French electronic tax filing system
The French electronic tax filing system allows citizens to opt-into the re-use of their data by the French tax authority. If citizens have already submitted submitted personal data to other public administrations, the tax authority will not ask for this information a second time.
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Through data exchanges between the French public administrations, the citizens only have to provide their data once and can file their taxes quicker and with less administrative burdens.
There is a lot of information held by the tax authorities that citizens need when they are applying for various public services. That is ineffective because the exchange between different public administration is already possible and has proven its effectiveness. This will be reformed as part of the French programm "Dites-le-nous une fois". Citizens no longer have to give information to the public authorities that is held by the tax authorities if they have signed an agreement. These are e.g. information about the familiy situation, the number of people living in the household or the tax income.
The pilot phase will begin with the following partners: The ministry of education and the cities Paris, Lyon and Marseille.
|Nature and status of project||Planned Project|
|Is the OOP case/enabler mandatory?||Mandatory|
ENABLING ASSETS OR COMPONENTS
The program « Dites-le nous une fois », http://www.gouvernement.fr/sites/default/files/contenu/piece-jointe/2015/05/dnuf_-_dp_6_052015.pdf
API Particulier, https://api.gouv.fr/api/api-particulier.html
Marchés publics simplifiés (MPS), http://www.modernisation.gouv.fr/les-services-publics-se-simplifient-et-innovent/par-des-simplifications-pour-les-entreprises/marche-public-simplifie
Data handling / data exchange
Type of data sharing
|Stakeholder name||Stakeholder type|
City of Paris
City of Marseille
City of Lyon
Ministry of Education
Disclaimer: Please note that this article is a result of the SCOOP4C Pilot Project, not an application of a CEF Building Block.
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