Reimagining transactions and compliance
Changes in taxation and the social safety net pose opportunities for agencies to make collections and disbursement easier and more effective.
Government compliance is at a tipping point. The wave of pandemic-related social programs has triggered an increase in noncompliance and strained the public purse. At the same time, the acceleration of digital is creating new ways for social services and tax agencies to engage with citizens and businesses. While most people want to comply, it’s hard to when processes and systems are complex and are not designed for modern life.
Designing simple, personal and digital compliance experiences is an opportunity for people to comply—maximizing revenue and providing vital services. It’s an opportunity for government to build trust and innovate now for the future.
The more “human” they are, the more they can change behaviors. The simpler they are, the more compliant citizens and businesses will be.
Human error usually causes noncompliance. Communication can help people understand benefits, obligations, tax distribution and guidelines.
Agencies can connect and share data with banks, software companies and other agencies to simplify processes and improve the compliance.
Building a strong infrastructure means creating a cross-government digital identity, national payments and e-invoicing standards.
Agencies experience a surge in fraud. Workflow, technology, and analytics can fight fraudsters defending the vulnerable and provide benefits.
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