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Now more than ever, government public administration systems are important in order to allow civil servants to remain operational under restrictions. Government institutions in 12 developing countries are using RDF systems and over a thousand civil servants are registered users, performing a key part of their work in their respective systems. RDF staff remain at their country duty stations, as normal, implementing projects and supporting their government counter-parts. As workplace restrictions are introduced, RDF adopt and adjust according to the decisions of the authorities. In order to further support our institutions through this crisis, RDF will focus on: Accelerating the […]
We are incredibly proud to announce that the Direction Générale des Impôts (DGI) in Cameroon has launched RDF’s system for online submission of annual tax returns (Déclaration Statistique Fiscale). The project is implemented together with the German Development Cooperation (GIZ) under the Programme d’Appui à la Modernisation des Finances Publiques (PAMFIP). The system allows for electronic submission of annual tax returns using RDF’s new GovIn portal online. Copmanies may complete the form online, or submit directly from their accounting system using the GovIn API data service. The system is built with the most modern technologies and is integrated with the […]
Over the last year, RDF has built a new portal for government to centralize all forms that are submitted electronically to government departments using systems like xCAS or RD Fusion. GovIn has a dynamic form builder that allows any form that citizens may submit to government to be quickly digitized, and added to the list of available forms that taxpayers can submit to government. Dynamic form builder. Design any form, using ready-made sections and blocks with available functions for rows and columns, calculated fields, selections, text or amount inputs. Integrated. GovIn runs as a data service, integrated with any taxpayers registry […]
RDF signed yesterday an MOU with the Liberia Ministry of Mines and Energy for long-term technical support for the MCAS system running at the Ministry, the Online Repository portal and related systems. The MOU is valid for seven years and the intention is that the partnership exists for as long as the Ministry use RD systems and/or for as long as RDF exists. The systems from RDF is provided free of any software license costs.
xCAS 5 is a platform of systems solving key challenges of government in several sectors, from online applications, to validation and approval of licenses, management of fees and payments, management of license holder reporting obligations including production reporting and continuously reviewing compliance of license holders. The Online Repository Transparency portal provides investors and the pubic with near real time information on the licensing status, insight into company ownership and enables due diligence following OECD guidelines. The portal allows license holders to submit Online Applications to xCAS for processing. The RD Quantum mobile app gives inspectorate and field staff access to xCAS data in the field, and can […]