How to manage fiscal data securely and reliably?
State Tax Inspectorate is looking for an innovative solution for the decentralized transmission of fiscal data, ensuring its irreplaceability, traceability and reliability.
- The State Tax Inspectorate plans to develop a virtual fiscal e-service. It is desired that this service would be implemented through decentralized data transfer nodes (servers), and that the managers of these nodes would be not only the Inspectorate, but also other economic entities operating in one system.
- In the development of this system, a problem is encountered when the connection between the payment instrument (analogous to the cash register) and the data transfer node (server) is lost. The State Tax Inspectorate seeks to assess the technological ways of managing this problem
- In the future, with the introduction of the virtual taxation service, the tax administrator will be able to automatically obtain information on actual economic transactions (fiscal sales data of goods / services) for tax administration purposes.
- The scale of the challenge is limited to the case where virtual fiscalisation operates exclusively on software. The proposed solutions cannot be based on the use of additional hardware (analogous to the fiscal blocks used in cash registers).
- The solution must be easily adaptable to integration with a decentralized data supply-acquisition node based on DLT (distributed ledger) technology.
- The use of data signing certificates must also be ensured for the protection of fiscal data.
Solution evaluation criteria
- Innovativeness and relevance of the solution (40% of the total score)
- Commercial potential and competitiveness of the solution (40% of the total score)
- Competences and motivation of the authors of the solution (20% of the total score)
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