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The Prime Minister took part in the launch of the new Data Processing Center of the Federal Tax Service.

Visit to the Federal Data Processing Center of the Federal Tax Service of Russia

The decision to establish such centers was made by the Government in 2011. The cities of Dubna and Gorodets were chosen to implement a large-scale and ambitious project. Under the leadership of Mikhail Mishustin, the first stages of data processing centers were put into operation there in 2015. On their basis, a whole line of convenient electronic tax services has been created. In 2020, the construction of the second stage was completed.

“The launch of the new Data Processing Center (DPC) is a significant event for the entire system of tax authorities. A gift for the 30th anniversary of the tax service, ”said the Prime Minister.

According to him, now data centers are not just an important component of the tax system. This is its foundation. FTS works every day with a huge array of information about the activities of all taxpayers. It is necessary that the process be clear and debugged, without failures. The quality of the tax system and the convenience of citizens who receive government services depend on this.

Over the past two years, the number of requests for data available to the Federal Tax Service has grown tenfold, said the head of the Federal Tax Service Daniil Yegorov.

“They are delivered through the website, blockchain, personal accounts of taxpayers, direct integrations, Open API, hundreds of services of the electronic interdepartmental interaction system and into the National Data Management System,” Egorov explained. – Now the service is working on centralizing these flows into a single system for generating the supplied data. This will make it possible to put things in order in their sources, build mechanisms for loading into the delivery platform, provide storage and access to them, and also implement the delivery itself. “

As Mikhail Mishustin emphasized, the use of big data technologies has brought tax administration to a completely different level, made it transparent and understandable.

“All business processes are now automated. Paying taxes has become as simple and convenient as possible. This can be done anywhere through the already familiar personal account of the taxpayer – quickly and easily. As well as getting other services of the Federal Tax Service, ”stated the Prime Minister.

Digital technologies allow the tax service to act proactively and make the necessary decisions on time.

“This was the situation in the spring, when, during the spread of the coronavirus, work was quickly rebuilt for new tasks,” recalled Mikhail Mishustin. “As a result, citizens, small and medium-sized businesses, individual entrepreneurs and self-employed received the necessary assistance on time.”

Today the Federal Tax Service faces new challenges. To solve them, it is important to continue the development of data centers, create new ones, said the head of government. This is necessary not only for the purposes of tax administration, but also for the implementation of other significant projects related, for example, to ensuring the operation of the Unified Registry Office or monitoring the implementation of national projects.

“I would like to draw your attention to the fact that working with personal data is always a great responsibility. All taxpayer information must be reliably protected. It is important to do whatever is necessary to protect your personal data. Citizens’ trust in government institutions depends on this, ”Mikhail Mishustin said.

At the end of the ceremony, the Prime Minister congratulated the tax authorities on the upcoming professional holiday.

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