Level of Financing (Eu Co-Financing Rate)
100% of the eligible costs where the latter are travel and accommodation costs, costs linked to organisations of events and daily allowances. In addition to grants, Fiscalis provides other types of interventions such as public procurement contracts and reimbursement of costs incurred by external experts.
Additional Information; If you are an official interested in organizing or participating in programme activities, you should get in touch with your national programme coordinator. This person can advise on the eligibility of your idea for funding and can inform you about any forthcoming initiatives being organised in other participating countries. You can also contact the European Commission: TAXUDfirstname.lastname@example.org.
Fiscalis 2020 is an EU cooperation programme. It enables national tax administrations to create and exchange information and expertise. It allows developing and operating major trans-European IT systems together, as well as establishing networks by bringing together national officials from across Europe. Fiscalis 2020 supports cooperation between tax authorities in the EU to help maximise their efficiency and avoid mismatches in their work, which could hinder the functioning of the Internal Market. It will facilitate networking, joint actions and training amongst tax personnel, while also funding IT systems to support the exchange of information between tax administrations.
The Programme’s objectives are:
• to implement, improve, operate and support the European Information Systems for taxation;
• to support administrative cooperation activities;
• to reinforce the skills and competence of tax officials;
• to enhance the understanding and implementation of Union law in the field of taxation;
• to support the improvement of administrative procedures and the sharing of good administrative practices.
• Joint actions:
- seminars and workshops;
- project groups, generally composed of a limited number of countries, operational during a limited period of time to pursue a predefined objective with a precisely described outcome;
- bilateral or multilateral controls and other activities provided for in Union law on administrative cooperation, organised by two or more participating countries, which include at least two Member States;
- working visits organised by the participating countries or another country to enable officials to acquire or increase their expertise or knowledge in tax matters;
- expert teams, namely structured forms of cooperation, with a non-permanent character, pooling expertise to perform tasks in specific domains, in particular in the European Information Systems, possibly with the support of online collaboration services, administrative assistance and infrastructure and equipment facilities;
- public administration capacity-building and supporting actions;
- communication projects;
• European Information Systems building: the development, maintenance, operation and quality control of Union components of the European Information Systems and new European Information Systems established under Union law, with a view to interconnecting tax authorities efficiently.
• Common training activities: jointly developed training actions to support the necessary professional skills and knowledge relating to taxation.