IOTA Forum on Communication 'Tax Communication: Back to the Future'

Participants will share their knowledge about current trends of the new communication environment as well as their experiences and plans for operating in this new reality. One of the key questions will be how to resume the pre-pandemic communication activities while adapting them to the new reality.

Webinar: The latest developments of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in tax administrations (joint IOTA-CIAT event)

The main objective of the event is to share best practices in implementing the latest ICT technologies as well as to cover practical aspects of such projects. The target audience is officials from tax administrations  involved in implementing the latest ICT technologies into the core functions of a tax administration.

Webinar on Social Network Analysis - Use of the Network Analysis to Detect Tax Frauds

IOTA webinar aims at presenting successful practices and sharing of experience on the use of social network analysis in the fight against tax frauds, in particular in the field of VAT.

This webinar will address more specifically:

Digital 28th Forum of IOTA Principal Contact Persons

Looking ahead to a post-pandemic world, the key focus of the Forum will be on identifying and adopting new ways of working at speed and scale in order to continue providing more value to the members

3rd IOTA Talks

IOTA Talks is a regular digital event designed for PCPs and Shadow PCPs aiming to give a better understanding of decisions made by the Executive Council, forthcoming events and other IOTA activities. The 3rd IOTA Talks will focus on the outcomes of the 124th and the extraordinary 125th Executive Council Meeting.

Webinar on Quality and Effective Use of ‘Country-by-Country Reporting’ Data

This webinar will discuss the implications for IOTA members of the OECD 2020 CbCR Review and share experience on improving the quality of CbC data and using CbC data in risk assessment.

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