2017 Winner Profile

Direktorat Jenderal Pajak Republik Indonesia

Project Description:
To increase the number of registered taxpayers and boost tax revenue by 50 percent in 2021, the Directorate General of Tax Republic of Indonesia (DGT) implemented an infrastructure capable of handling an increased volume of data, more data variables, growth in data velocity, complex data types and managing inaccurate/unreliable data. In 2014, the DGT developed a big data and data analytics project as part of its Unified Data Architecture (UDA) initiative to handle its data problems, improve taxpayer compliance, identify tax fraud, optimize costs, provide better service and increase revenue through tax collection. DGT developed self-service business intelligence to meet the needs of the local offices and satisfy the reporting needs for upper management. The system collects and matches taxpayer data from over 30 ministries as well as central and local/provincial government institution sources. By providing deep analytics capabilities within the big data platform to employees, they are better equipped to identify tax fraud behavior.
Business Functions:
Accounting & Finance, IT, Sales
Business Goal:
Financial impact
Iwan Djuniardi, Director of TTKI (CIO) of DGT
Ken Dwijugiasteadi, Director Jenderal
Jakarta Selatan, Indonesia
Government, Federal (including Military)
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