Sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) measures aim to prevent animal or plant pests or diseases transmitted through international trade of agricultural products. By conducting SPS measures properly, APEC member economies can prevent animals and plants from exposure to pathogens and pests, ensure and stabilize the agricultural production and quality, and protect the health or life of human, animals and plants. In the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, using digital technologies becomes a global trend for transmitting veterinary or phytosanitary certificates. This project included a workshop and a survey of the policies and efforts to share experiences and discuss the challenges in the application of electronic veterinary or phytosanitary certificate (e-certificate) in order to minimize the trade impact in the region. The “APEC Workshop on the Application of Electronic Veterinary and Phytosanitary Certificate” was held virtually on 13-14 October 2022. This report summarizes the proceedings of the event and the results of the post-workshop survey. It also briefly presents the results of a pre-workshop survey on the information of using/developing veterinary and phytosanitary e-certificate systems.