Nirmala Sitharaman will open the one-day National Conference of Enforcement Chiefs of State and Central GST formations

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GG News Bureau

New Delhi, 3rd March. The Department of Revenue under the Ministry of Finance is hosting a National Conference of Enforcement Chiefs of all State and Central Goods and Services Tax (GST) formations in New Delhi on Monday, March 4, 2024, marking a significant step in strengthening the enforcement mechanism in the Goods and Services Tax (GST).

Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman, Union Minister for Finance and Corporate Affairs, will both open and give the keynote address at the one-day conference. Shri Pankaj Chaudhary, the Union Minister of State for Finance, is also scheduled to attend the conference.

The conference agenda calls for an in-depth discussion of:

Tackling GST Evasion: Analyzing present issues and exploring effective strategies used by State and Federal law enforcement.

Fighting False Invoicing: Taking on this main way that GST is evaded and planning joint, efficient strategies to fight it.

Exchanging Best Practices: Promoting information sharing by having State and Central enforcement chiefs give presentations that highlight their most effective tactics and creative ways to combat tax evasion.

Creating Synergy Encouraging enhanced cooperation and coordination between State and Central law enforcement agencies, in order to guarantee a cohesive and all-encompassing strategy.

Leveraging Technology and Data: Investigating how to improve the precision and effectiveness of enforcement actions by utilizing cutting-edge technological tools and data analytics.

Achieving a Balance in Business Ease: achieving a critical balance between enabling a seamless corporate environment and putting in place strong, deterrent enforcement measures.

This conference, which embraces the cooperative federalist spirit embodied in GST, provides a useful forum for Center and State GST Enforcement authorities to exchange best practices, encourage mutual learning, and fortify the GST administration as a whole.

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