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Fin Min launches tender for tax system

THE FINANCE Ministry has announced a public tender to select a supplier to implement a new integrated tax administration system for at least 10,000 users.

THE FINANCE Ministry has announced a public tender to select a supplier to implement a new integrated tax administration system for at least 10,000 users.

The order requires an analysis of the new system, its development, programming, testing, method of launch and general support strategies including training and consultation, the SITA newswire reported.

The Finance Ministry did not disclose the projected cost of the contract. It will be co-financed from an EU fund, the European Regional Development Fund’s Operational Program Informatization of Society. Entities interested in participating in the tender have until August 24 to submit bids.

The project is a part of developing Slovakia’s so-called eGovernment capability through which the operation of public administration is to be simplified and become more effective by utilising information technologies.

The contract with the successful bidder will last for 36 months. The lowest price will be the decisive tender criterion, SITA wrote.


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