Advanced Analytics for Better Tax Administration
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Advanced Analytics for Better Tax Administration

Putting Data to Work

This report highlights the key opportunities and challenges in establishing, operating, or improving advanced analytics functions in tax administrations. The report provides practical examples of how administrations are currently utilising advanced analytics, and discusses key topics, including organisational arrangements, governance, management and data. The report also discusses how administrations are utilising analytics to improve their operations and deliver better outcomes to taxpayers. Finally, it sets out conclusions, recommendations and next steps. 
This report has been prepared by the Forum on Tax Administration’s Advanced Analytics Programme. The work was initiated by the FTA Bureau following the biennial conference on Advanced Analytics hosted by the Irish Revenue Commissioners in March 2015. That workshop identified member country interest in undertaking work to identify member experience in analytics delivery and share information on both the technologies and tools they were using.

 

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The last ten years have seen marked progress in our ability to capture, organise, store, and manipulate data. Operations that were once prohibitively time-consuming can now be completed in seconds. This transformation in the technical possibilities has created a whole range of opportunities for organisations with the wherewithal to understand, analyse, and act on the information at their disposal.

 
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