FinMin outlines enhanced interoperability between AADE and public administration

FinMin outlines enhanced interoperability between AADE and public administration

Actions, interventions and priorities concerning the digital interconnection of the Independent Public Revenue Authority (AADE) tax registry with other services in the wider public sector were determined in a Thursday meeting among the Minister of Finance Christos Staikouras, the Deputy Minister of Finance on Tax Policy and Public Assets Apostolos Vessiropoulos, and AADE Director Giorgos Pitsilis.
The Finance Ministry announced the following specific upgrade policy action plan:
- AADE's interconnection with municipal registry offices, Metropolitan Churches and the Citizens' Registry of the Interior Ministry
- Tax authorities will automatically be informed of changes in residence permits
- Interconnection of AADE with the General Commercial Registry (GEMI)
Also discussed was the completion of the reconstruction of the building of the Customs & Taxation Academy in order to create a modern and appropriate environment for the executives studying there.

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