Digitalization and IT Systems: Tax Challenges Arising from Digitalization

May 14 – 16, 2024 CEF, Ljubljana, Slovenia No Fee
Apr 12, 2024 Tax and Revenue Collection
English

This workshop will be delivered annually and will cover various aspects related to the digitalization of tax administrations.

About this learning event

Digitalization is an important aspect of all modern processes and Tax Administration must not overlook it. There is significant work to be done to plan for the introduction and updating of digital tools in this sector, with many risks that need to be observed.

At this workshop, participants will learn how to plan for an effective and efficient digital upgrading of tax systems and become equipped to better understand the future of digitalization in tax administration. They will also learn about the possible risks and their management under the scope of compliance risk management (CRM). 

Who should attend

Officers of different business processes in tax administrations, e.g. tax registration, compliance risk management, auditing, services, and IT specialists.

Faculty

  • Peter Menhard, International Tax IT and Business Specialist.
  • A representative of the Tax and Customs Administration, the Netherlands.

Practical information

Travel and accommodation costs for up to two selected participants from Albania, Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina (up to three), Bulgaria, Croatia, Kosovo, Georgia, Moldova, Mongolia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, Türkiye, and Ukraine will be covered by the Ministry of Finance of the Netherlands and the Ministry of  Finance of the Slovak Republic. 

No fee will be charged for the officials working in the public sector. Coffee breaks and lunch during the workshop will be provided.

Partners

This learning initiative is supported by:

Ministry of Finance, the Netherlands Ministry of Finance of the Slovak Republic Ministry of Finance, Slovenia

Submit your application today to secure your spot at our course. Deadline for applying to this course is April 12, 2024.

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