ACTG-NTRN Stakeholder Engagement on Digitalisation of Tax

The conference

In the interest of supporting an efficient and effective digital transformation in African revenue administrations, the International Centre for Tax and Development (ICTD) through the Nigerian Tax Research Network (NTRN), in collaboration with the African Centre for Tax and Governance (ACTG) organized a one-day stakeholder engagement on the digitalization of tax administration in Nigeria. 

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Engagement Objectives

This one-day stakeholder engagement was to bring together key stakeholders and present research findings of the Nigerian Tax Research Network...

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Program

The day started with introductions and welcome remarks by Olly Owen (Research Director, NTRN) and Mustapha Ndajiwo (ACTG). An opening...

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Presentation of NTRN Research

the acceptance of e-filing by micro-entrepreneurs is influenced by the ease of use, societal impact - friends, family and business associates...

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Experience Sharing on e-filing

In his comment, Mr Kola, a director from FIRS shared his experience with the effort made by FIRS of digitalizing the tax administration system....

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Perspectives And Survey on Digitalization of tax Administration

She highlighted the importance of context in deploying technology for compliance...

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Digital Transformation Roadmap for Revenue Administrators

The final presentation was on Digital Transformation Roadmap for Revenue Administrations in Nigeria by Mustapha Ndajiwo...

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Final Notes

The maiden stakeholder engagement was attended by 40 participants including Heads and Directors of Tax Administrations in Nigeria, researchers and other stakeholders. These include the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), FCT, Niger and Katsina Internal Revenue Services, ICTD, ACTG, and the Nigerian Governors forum. The event sent out a clear message of the need to raise awareness at the national level and sub–national level on the need for tax digitalisation. It was highly interactive and provided a good understanding of the Digitalisation of Tax Administration, and it received a very positive response and high appreciation from the participants. Some areas of research identified in the engagement include examining the digital transformation journey of tax administrations in Nigeria, identifying challenges and lessons from the experience of subnational tax administrations in digital transformation and a comparison of digital transformation efforts between Nigerian and other African countries.

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