Anti Dumping
           The role of Directorate General of Anti-Dumping and Allied Duties (DGAD) under the
      Department is to provide the level playing field to the country’s domestic industry from the
      foreign exporters so that they are able to compete effectively in the domestic market. This
      measure is taken under the WTO agreement and comes under the Customs Tariff Act, 1975 and
      Rules made thereunder. In August 2017, the investigation processes of DGAD became ISO
      9001:2015 compliant which brought in transparency and accountability in its operations. The
      Department has developed Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for its functions and activities.
      These SOPs are codified in Quality Manual and procedures.
      Medium Term Expenditure Framework, All Schemes Appraised
           With the Twelfth Five Year Plan coming to end, for all the existing and new schemes of
      DOC, a complete and intensive appraisal process was completed for the Medium-Term
      Expenditure Framework (from 2017-18 to 2019-20) of the 14th Finance Commission. DOC has
      seven central sector schemes namely; market access initiative, tea development and promotion,
      integrated coffee development project, sustainable and inclusive development of rubber sector,
      infusion of capital in ECGC, contribution of grant in aid (corpus) to NEIA Trust and APEDA
      with a proposed outlay above ₹ 500 crore which is to be continued upto 2019-20. The appraisal
      process for all the schemes has been completed.