This issue of IOTA Book was published on 8 October, 2019. As always, it gathers the most interesting topics and speakers who presented on the 23rd General Assembly of IOTA in July. In 2019 the theme of the General Assembly was HR transformation in tax administrations. Are HR departments in tax administrations prepared for the future challenges?
This publication offers a wide variety of articles on changes that tax administrations are going through in this digital era.
In our book 12 authors write about data protection, digital security, communication, ethics and many more interesting subjects.
This book contains articles prepared by many of the speakers of IOTA’s 21st General Assembly which took place in Kyiv, on 28-30 Ju
The Good Practice Guide on Applying Data and Analytics in Tax Administrations offers you wide selection of insights of more than ten European countries in data management, predictive modelling, social network analysis, data visualisation, random audits, web scraping, etc. Read our innovative and online Guide and gain useful information from this collection of good practices.
In this e-book there are articles written by speakers of IOTA’s first Annual International Conference.
In this publication, you will find articles from many of our members who took an active role in the 20th IOTA General Assembly
This e-book contains articles on the subject of “Self-Service for Tax Compliance”. Tax administrations are in a process of increasing the use of modern information and communication technology to improve taxpayer services, compliance, and internal efficiency.
2014 will see the further development of the events and activities delivered by the Intra-European Organisation of Tax Administrations. This year will see the introduction of a new website and the Tax Administration Information Platform (TIP), two major projects in delivering the IOTA Strategy 2012 -2017. We will also continue to deliver an ambitious work programme on the topics selected by our members aiming to promote co-operation between tax administrations in the European region and support their development.