Project Title

Workshop: Leveraging New Technologies for Tax Administration in Post-COVID Era 

Project Year

2022   

Project Number

FMP 01 2022A 

Project Session

Session 2   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Completed Project   
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Project No.

FMP 01 2022A 

Project Title

Workshop: Leveraging New Technologies for Tax Administration in Post-COVID Era 

Project Status

Completed Project 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: Digital Innovation 

Project Year

2022 

Project Session

Session 2 

APEC Funding

25,500 

Co-funding Amount

6,000 

Total Project Value

31,500 

Sponsoring Forum

Finance Ministers Process (FMP) 

Topics

Finance 

Committee

Senior Finance Officials Meeting (SFOM)  

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Chinese Taipei 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Australia; Canada 

Expected Start Date

01/01/2023 

Expected Completion Date

28/02/2024 

Project Proponent Name 1

Wang Pei-De 

Job Title 1

Deputy Director 

Organization 1

Fiscal Information Agency, Ministry of Finance 

Postal Address 1

Not Applicable 

Telephone 1

(886-2) 27461228 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

N107601@fia.gov.tw; kmpeterwang@gmail.com  

Project Proponent Name 2

Not Applicable 

Job Title 2

Not Applicable 

Organization 2

Not Applicable 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

Not Applicable 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

Not Applicable 

Declaration

Wang Pei-De 

Project Summary

The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated digitalization of business operations, which may present challenges to tax administration and worsen the fiscal situation of APEC economies, especially after implementing unprecedented fiscal policies to contain the pandemic and stimulate their economies over the past two years. In order to sustain fiscal revenues to support inclusive and sustainable recovery, it is crucial to leverage new technologies for tax administration to enhance the efficiency of compliance risk analysis and investigation of tax evasion cases. This project proposes conducting a virtual workshop, focusing on exchanging policies and practices to advance tax administration by using emerging technologies, such as digital identity, digital tax payment, big data analysis, robotic process automation (RPA), artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain technology, etc. After the virtual workshop, a workshop summary report will be produced, containing survey information, general instructions, and case studies of leveraging new technologies for tax administration.

Relevance

Issues: The COVID outbreak has been affecting all areas and segments of populations in all aspects and bringing about fiscal, economic, and social impacts globally in the past two years.

In order to mitigate the impacts it brought about to the economy, unprecedented relief, revitalization, or stimulus programs have been widely injected into the target by member economies during different stages of the pandemic. To finance the urgent fiscal needs that were created by these drastic measures, a large group of member economies have issued more government debts for enforcing their expansionary fiscal policy. In order to balance out the financial expansion, to achieve fiscal sustainability, it is necessary to reduce government spending, increase taxes, or seek out new fiscal revenue sources. However, this doesn’t seem possible at the time, since the world is concurrently facing the spread of new virus variants, the rising of food and energy prices, and the high inflation. 

In addition, The COVID outbreak has fundamentally changed businesses’ operation models and people’s consumption pattern. Since lockdown measures implemented during pandemic, people started to rely more on contactless shopping and payments. The pandemic accelerated digitalization of business operations. These present challenges for tax administration. 

To overcome these challenges, such as tax revenue shortage, as well as tax administration challenges arising from the digitalization, it is important for economies to sustain fiscal resources through leveraging new technologies so as to advance tax administration and enhance taxpayers’ compliance. This project aims to provide useful information and recommendations as well as practical examples that would help APEC economies in their respective agendas on the digitalization of tax administration, schedule their technological capacity building plan and assist APEC economies in achieving their long-term inclusive and sustainable recovery. 

Eligibility and Fund Priorities: This project meets the eligibility criteria of ASF Digital Innovation Sub-Fund and directly supports APEC developing economies with their capacity building for formulating their respective agendas on the digitalization of tax administration.

To response to the challenges brought by the pandemic, tax administrative agencies are advised to share best practices on utilizing new and innovative technologies to address revenue challenges. APEC economies may take advantage of enabling digital technologies to promote innovation in services, processes, and organizations. Through sharing the best practices among APEC economies, and recommendations from international organizations and experts, APEC economies, especially developing ones, can learn the latest measures to leverage new technologies for tax administration to enhance the efficiency of compliance risk analysis and investigation of tax evasion cases which are significant to the fiscal resilience to an economy and support inclusive, integrated and sustainable growth among APEC economies. 

Therefore, this project is closely aligned with the APEC Internet and Digital Economy Roadmap, particularly the key focus areas: “Promoting innovation and adoption of enabling technologies and services” and “Enhancing inclusiveness of Internet and Digital Economy.” The project also supports APEC economies to improve the growth of the digital economy in the Asia-Pacific region. 

Capacity Building: Since the outbreak of the pandemic in early 2020, APEC economies have been desperately in need of searching new approaches in terms of gaining more revenue to release them from fiscal pressure. The pandemic brought challenges, but the post-crisis recovery strategies are a unique opportunity for governments to review and make use of the digitalization trend, particularly utilizing innovative technologies in tax administration to improve the efficiency for collecting tax revenue and to provide better tax service, so as to achieve sustainable recovery as well as increase taxpayers’ inclusiveness, satisfaction and compliance. 

In most jurisdictions, taxes are literally the main source of fiscal revenue and are mostly collected from both the direct tax (e.g., income tax) and the indirect tax (e.g., VAT/GST). This project, through a virtual workshop, will invite experts from APEC economies and international organizations to briefly address some need-to-know before jumping into the usage of new technology for the tax administration and to emphasize the importance of confidentiality and personal data protection. The experienced member economies will also share their practical experiences on their choice made for the adoption of innovative technologies, program design, coordination efforts made among different agencies, and implementations on the selected item of taxes (direct or indirect). The target audience of the virtual workshop are tax revenue officers, IT programmers, policy makers from member economies, so that they may share or learn from best practices. This may assist those interested economies to have a fundamental knowledge for considering in leverage emerging technologies to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of tax administration. This virtual workshop and its outputs may also serve as a platform for member economies to contact and work together to support inclusive and sustainable growth as well as equitable development in the Asia-Pacific region. 

This project’s analysis of findings and case studies will be particularly useful for APEC developing member economies and assist APEC as a whole in reducing digital gaps and disparities.

Objectives

This project’s objective is to build the APEC economies’ capacity through sharing policies and practices regarding leveraging new technologies for tax administration, such as digital identity, digital tax payment, big data, RPA, AI, blockchain, etc. It will contribute to the implementation of the economic drivers “Innovation and Digitalization” and “Strong, Balanced, Secure, Sustainable and Inclusive Growth” under APEC Putrajaya Vision 2040, as well as “digitalization for digital economy” under the FMP’s priorities in 2022. Participants will be able to increase knowledge and identify best practices of how emerging technologies improve the efficiency and effectiveness of tax administration, and therefore support inclusive and sustainable recovery in the post-COVID era.

Alignment

Alignment to APEC: This project is closely aligned to APEC Putrajaya Vision 2040 and APEC 2022 FMP priorities. To be specific, it assists APEC economies in sustaining fiscal revenues by adopting emerging technologies for tax administration. Therefore, APEC economies will be able to promote sound fiscal policies that are calibrated to combat the negative impact resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic and support an inclusive and sustainable recovery. In addition, this may also provide the ability in administrating taxation in a way that traditional tax audit techniques would typically fail or find hard to achieve so as to increase tax compliance and would therefore help address the issue of illicit financial flows. As such, this project can contribute to the implementation of the economic drivers “Innovation and Digitalization” and “Strong, Balanced, Secure, Sustainable and Inclusive Growth” under the Putrajaya Vision 2040 as well as “digitalization for digital economy” under the FMP’s priorities in 2022. 

Alignment to Forum: This project is in line with the goals of the pillars “advancing fiscal reforms and transparency” and “enhancing financial resilience” under the Cebu Action Plan of FMP. Moreover, the project would help to achieve the Putrajaya Vision 2040 in terms of the New Strategy for Implementation of the Cebu Action Plan. 

As a result, this project can contribute to the implementation of new technologies to leverage the effectiveness of tax administration to support efforts toward a resilient and inclusive recovery in the region. To be specific, it assists APEC economies in promoting good tax practices and enhancing financial resilience, so as to achieve greater inclusiveness and fiscal sustainability. Meanwhile, this project is also consistent with the 2022 FMP priority area “digitalization for digital economy,” with the aim to make better use of advanced and innovative technologies to improve the implementation and the delivery of tax policies.

TILF/ASF Justification

Not Applicable.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Tentative Agenda for the Virtual Workshop (2 Speakers and a Moderator for all 3 Sessions)

Sessions

Objectives and Areas of Sharing the Experience

Length and Presentation Format

Participants

Opening

Introduction and housekeeping

10 minutes

1.      Tax revenue officers

2.      Experts from the IT department for designing and implementing the relevant tax administration program

3.      Officials who are responsible for processing innovative technologies  or making the adoption of such a policy decision

Session 1

Overview

Perspectives:

New Technology for Tax Administration in the Post-COVID Era

What has been changed in terms of the adoption of new technologies to the tax administration after COVID-19 pandemic?

The benefits for leveraging new technology in the tax administration

The consideration on the selection of new technology and some need-to-know or basic understanding

40 minutes with two speakers

15-minute presentation and 5-minute Q&A for each speaker

Possible speakers: experts from APEC economies and international organizations

Coffee break

10 minutes

Session 2

VAT/GST

Perspectives:

New Technology May Be Considered for Assisting the Collection or Administration of  VAT/GST

Current approaches and challenges for the collection or administration of  VAT/GST

What kinds of new technologies were considered to assist the work

The implementation of the new technologies and how it works so far

50 minutes with two speakers

20-minute presentation and 5-minute Q&A for each speaker

Possible speakers: experts from APEC economies  and/or international organizations

Coffee break

10 minutes

Session 3

Income Tax

Perspectives:

New Technology May Be Considered for Assisting the Collection or Administration of Income Tax

Current approaches and challenges for the collection or administration of income tax

What kinds of new technologies were considered to assist the work

The implementation of the new technologies and how it works so far

50 minutes with two speakers

20-minute presentation and 5-minute Q&A for each speaker

Possible speakers: experts from APEC economies  and/or international organizations

Conclusion and Closing

Conclusions of the virtual workshop

10 minutes

(2) Workshop Summary Report

A workshop summary report will cover the key points of discussions and recommendations from the virtual workshop. This will serve as a reference for participants and interested stakeholders who cannot directly join the virtual workshop. The structure of the workshop summary report is planned below:

(a) Introduction and Background

(b) Summary of 3 sessions, including Q&A.

(c) Findings and Analysis (including the ex-ante and ex-post survey; the ex-ante survey aims to collect the participants’ knowledge, interest, and status quo in terms of leveraging new technology for tax administration, as well as issues faced by women and success stories in this area, to tailor the topics discussed at the virtual workshop.)

(d) Conclusion and Recommendation

1.      Outcomes: Using a numbered list, describe the specific impacts, changes or benefits that the Project is expected to deliver, which directly support the Project Objective (above). These include changes in policy, processes, or behaviour in the participating institutions, or in APEC more broadly. Be sure that each Outcome can be measured and is a direct result of the project.

The project aims to achieve the following outcomes:

(1) To equip participants with better knowledge and awareness of leveraging new technologies for tax administration.

(2) To provide a platform for tax revenue officers, IT programmers, and policy makers of APEC economies to identify best practices and to share with or learn from the practical experiences in different tax categories and different insights which could help APEC economies build capacity on utilizing new technologies.

(3) To familiarize participants with leveraging a new technology approach learned from the virtual workshop for contemplating the possibility to apply it beyond the field of tax administration.

Beneficiaries: The target virtual workshop participants are tax revenue officers, experts from the IT department for designing and implementing the relevant tax administration program, and officials who are responsible for processing innovative technologies or making the adoption of such a policy decision among APEC economies. The holding of a virtual workshop and the circulation of the workshop summary report are an attempt to build up a platform to bridge the gap of developing innovative technologies between developed and developing APEC economies through best practice sharing from the experienced officials of APEC members and experts from international organizations. Member economies are encouraged to be mindful of gender balance.

Through such a sharing platform, member economies may learn from the best practice or the experience to leverage new technologies that would be best suitable to advance tax administration via digital means, so as to achieve their long-term sustainable recovery, as well as to enhance the provision of better tax services to improve inclusiveness of the tax services, the taxpayers’ satisfaction, and tax compliance. This may bring about benefits to the general public among APEC economies and an effective tax administration could also reduce tax evasion, or even address the issue of illicit financial flows. In addition, the published workshop summary report will benefit a broader group, such as interested non-APEC economies’ tax officials, policy makers, academics, researchers, general public, etc.

Dissemination

The project includes holding a virtual workshop and delivering a workshop summary report. Information will be disseminated via APEC Secretariat to the APEC economies.

This workshop summary report will be an APEC electronic publication and posted on the APEC Publication website. Since all output will be electronically and publicly available, interested non-APEC economies’ tax officials, policy makers, academics, researchers, general public, etc. can freely access to and make use of it.

Gender

Chinese Taipei’s female staff in revenue workforce was as high as 78.4% in fiscal year 2020, while female executives account for 67.3% of management[1]. This ensures Chinese Taipei’s participation and engagement of female workforce in terms of the project’s activities.

With the aim to have a balanced gender representation for both speakers and attendees, we will remind and encourage female participation when inviting speakers and attendees to participate in the virtual workshop.

Targets

Female Participants (%)

50%

Female Speakers/Experts (%)

50%

Referring to the Guide on Gender Criteria for APEC Project Proposals in the Guidebook on APEC Projects, please tick the pillar or pillars that this project supports, in promoting women’s economic empowerment:

5 Pillars (you may tick more than one)

1

Access to Capital and Assets

2

Access to Markets

3

Skills, Capacity Building, and Health

4

Leadership, Voice and Agency

5

Innovation and Technology

The requirement of at least 50% female speakers and 50% female participants participating in the virtual workshop ensures that female experts may demonstrate their leadership and share their experiences in policy making and implementation, while female participants may learn and build up their skills and relevant capacity with respect to leveraging innovation and technology for advancing tax administration. This virtual workshop along with the dissemination of the workshop summary report provides education and skill building opportunities for women with regard to the application and inclusion of emerging technology, which may reduce the digital gender divide, raise women’s awareness of these digitalization issues, and encourage women’s participation to stand a greater chance of succeeding.

The PO is committed to collecting sex-disaggregated data for all speakers and participants (not only those funded by APEC) at the project event. This data will be included when submitting a Completion Report to the Secretariat upon completion of the project, as well as providing guidance to future POs on their own gender parity targets.



[1][1] This statistics is available in A Comparative Analysis of Tax Administration in Asia and the Pacific 2022 Edition Draft Report and Tabulations released by the ADB.


Work Plan

Timeline

Tasks

Deliverables

January-February 2023

Tendering and contracting for contractors

A signed contract

March-April 2023

a.      Creation of the preparatory committee

b.      Preparation of ex-ante and ex-post virtual workshop survey

a.      Preparatory committee

b.      Drafts of ex-ante and ex-post virtual workshop survey

1 April 2023

Submitting the APEC Project Monitoring Report to the Secretariat

APEC Project Monitoring Report

May-July 2023

a.      Finalization of virtual workshop outline/topics

b.      Conducting of an ex-ante virtual workshop survey

c.      Evaluation/selection of speakers and alternate

d.      Inviting Speakers

a.      Virtual workshop outline/topics

b.      Collecting feedback and opinions from the ex-ante virtual workshop survey

c.      List of experts and alternate

d.      List of speakers

July 2023

Dissemination of the General Information Circular (GIC)

GIC

July-August 2023

Preparation of logistics for the holding of a virtual workshop

Preparation checking list

August 2023

Acquiring approval of the fora based on the APEC Non-Member Participation Process for the speakers from international organizations or private sectors

Approval of the fora

September 2023

Conducting a virtual workshop

a.      A virtual workshop

b.      Virtual workshop agenda

c.      Event attendance List

October 2023

a.      Conducting an ex-post virtual workshop survey

b.      Initiating a workshop summary report

a.      Collecting feedback and opinions from the ex-post-virtual workshop survey

b.      Drafting the initial workshop summary report

November 2023

Preparing a draft workshop summary report

Draft workshop summary report

December 1, 2023

Submitting the draft workshop summary report to the APEC Secretariat for review and thereafter to FMP for endorsement

Endorsed Workshop Summary Report

February 2024

Submitting the APEC Project Completion Report and supporting documents to the Secretariat

APEC Project Completion Report

6-12 months after project completes

Participation in the Long Tern Evaluation of APEC Projects (LTEAP)

LTEAP Survey



Risks

No.

Risks

How will it be managed?

1

Unavailability of experts/ speakers

To ensure there is sufficient time for inviting, evaluating and determining potential experts/ speakers.

To encourage co-sponsors for assisting to invite speakers.

To also look for alternates.

2

Cancellation of experts/ speakers

As mentioned above, leaving ample time to contact alternates or to look for supplementary experts/ speakers.

3

Low attendance of participants

Encourage FMP members to forward the virtual workshop information to relevant agencies and audiences such as tax revenue offices, IT programmers, and policy makers, etc.

4

Unstable/ weak internet speed or equipment limited

To put a significant amount of capital (self-funding) on the software and hardware to ensure a stable internet connection.

To also arrange relevant back-ups.

To encourage speakers do the pre-tests.

To make clear housekeeping rules before starting.


Monitoring and Evaluation

Evaluation Focus

Indicators

Target Goals

Evaluation Method

Reporting Method

Outputs

1.    Virtual workshop (case studies)

1.    No. of participants (excl. speakers/ experts)

50

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

2.    % of participating men/women (excl. speakers/experts)

50/50

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

3.    No. of speakers/
experts engaged

6

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

4.    % of speakers/
experts (men/women)

50/50

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

2.    Workshop summary report

1.    No. of pages

Minimum 30

Certification by PO

Email to the Secretariat

2.    Submission to the Secretariat

Dec.2023

Submission to the Secretariat

Email to the Secretariat

Out-comes

1.    To equip participants with better knowledge and awareness of leveraging new technologies for tax administration

1.   % of participants report that they acknowledged the importance of confidentiality and person data protection in terms of leveraging new technologies for tax administration

70%

Ex-ante and/or ex-post survey

Completion Report

2.   % of participants report that they acknowledged the importance of the cooperation among tax revenue officers, IT programmers, and policy makers in order for a success in leveraging a new technology,

70%

Ex-ante and/or ex-post survey

Completion Report

2.    To provide a platform for tax revenue officers, IT programmers, and policy makers of APEC economies to identify best practices and to share with or learn from the practical experiences in different tax categories and different insights which could help APEC Economies build capacity on utilizing new technologies.

1.    % of participants report that they gained knowledge from the experience or practice shared during the virtual workshop

50%

Ex-ante and/or ex-post survey

Completion Report

2.    % of participants report that they understood when considering a new technology with a specific category of tax, they need to take into account the characteristics of the said tax as well as the required application, the goal, the risk, and the effectiveness that may be brought about by the use of such a technology

50%

Ex-ante and/or ex-post survey

Completion Report

3.    % of participants report that they are interested in contacting those experienced in the topics in the future

30%

Ex-post survey

Completion Report

3.    To familiarize participants with leveraging a new technology approach learned from the virtual workshop for contemplating the possibility to apply it beyond the field of tax administration

1.    % of participants report that they may contemplate in the future to expand the knowledge learned from the virtual workshop regarding leveraging a new technology beyond the field of tax administration

10%

Ex-post survey

Completion Report


Linkages

The workshop summary report compiled according to the survey and the outcome of the virtual workshop will be uploaded on the APEC website to be accessed by APEC and non-APEC economies with the need to learn the policy trends and practices of adopting new technologies for tax administration.

The capacity building activity supports FMP’s work and complements the work of implementing the overarching APEC Internet and Digital Economic Roadmap (AIDER) which is overseen by the Digital Economy Steering Group’s (DESG) in promoting good tax practices, improving fiscal resilience, enhancing inclusiveness of the Internet and digital economy, as well as supporting inclusive and sustainable recovery in the APEC region.

To amplify the effectiveness and broaden the perspectives and experiences shared in the virtual workshop, experts from international organizations, will be invited to share their views and introduce useful vehicles, including but not limited to the Tax Administration 3.0: The Digital Transformation of Tax Administration. Through the introduction of useful vehicles, APEC developing economies will have a better understanding of available resources which could be helpful in the process of leveraging new technologies in tax administration.

Sustainability

Due to different development level and tax system adoption in the Asia-Pacific region, there are multiple ways that beneficiaries will be supported to carry forward the results and lessons from the Project. After the virtual workshop, which serves as a platform built to bridge the experienced economies with the interested economies, the attendees will have a better understanding and increased awareness about the benefits of leveraging tax administration efficiency by innovative technologies. Participants may consider utilizing new technology that is best suitable for them to tackle fiscal revenue or tax administration issues in the post-COVID era to expedite their inclusive and sustainable recovery. This may also be useful for those who did not participate in the virtual workshop but has studied the workshop summary report that subsequently circulated among APEC and non-APEC economies.

Developing new technologies for leveraging administrative efficiency is not only for dealing with the crisis presented by the COVID-19 pandemic or limited only to the application of tax administration area, more broadly speaking, it is to encourage participants to apply the knowledge they obtained from the virtual workshop to leverage new technologies for dealing with any other issues or crisis on hand.

The ex-post survey after the event may assist to identify if participants have any actual plans to implement or promote emerging technologies in the participants’ economy.

Project Overseers

The Project Overseer Mr. Pei-De Wang is the Deputy Director of the Local Tax and Taxation Division, Fiscal Information Agency (FIA), Ministry of Finance. The FIA is an independent agency responsible for the management and utilization of national fiscal information, as well as the overall planning and design of the fiscal information system. Given the PO’s position in the FIA, he leads the work of digitalization and the introduction of new technologies, such as Artificial Intelligence, into tax administration.

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

No.

Specific Tasks

No. of Hours

1.               

Assist the PO on matters related to project administration, such as finalizing the virtual workshop agenda, ensuring the success of the virtual event logistics, and providing information on the APEC process.

70

2.               

Communicate with speakers on the APEC rules for presentations and answer any related questions on APEC.

20

3.               

Draft the General Information Circular and disseminating it to the forum members

30

4.               

Work with the PO to ensure the virtual event provider follows APEC procedures for hosting APEC virtual event.

20

5.               

Prepare the APEC Event Speaker and Participant List (APEC-funded and non-APEC funded speakers and participants)

30

6.               

Contact the experts and participants for their availability to attend the virtual workshop.

25

7.               

Draft the workshop summary report, including incorporating members’ comments. The estimated minimum number of pages of the workshop summary report is 30.

90

8.               

Gather data and participants’ feedback as well as provide relevant assistance for the PO to draft the Completion Report for submission.

65

Total:

350


Waivers

Not Applicable.

Are there any supporting document attached?

No 
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