ATO speaks on digital business and economy at ABSIA conference

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Our people covered a range of topics at the recent Australian Business Software Industry Association (ABSIA) conference in Sydney on 24 October, including on the uses of tax data and data security, STP and e-invoicing.

This year’s conference theme was ‘Digital Business, Digital Economy’  and our speakers included:

  • Chief Digital Officer and Deputy Commissioner, John Dardo, who took part in a panel discussion on 'data as an ecosystem'.
  • Smarter Data Deputy Commissioner, Marek Rucinski, spoke about how we use data to prevent fraud, and provide better tax services to help businesses.
  • Single Touch Payroll, Superannuation and Employer Obligations Assistant Commissioner, Jason Lucchese, covered recent insights, lessons and the next steps for STP.
  • Digital Partnership Office and e-invoicing acting Assistant Commissioner, Mark Stockwell, discussed the progress of Trans-Tasman e-invoicing and the ATO's role in PEPPOL e-invoicing in Australia.

Speaker slides and photographs from the event are now available on the ABSIA website.

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