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DEVELOPING WEB TRANSACTIONAL CAPABILITIES IN ATF. ATF’s E Filing Strategies. GPEA. Government Paperwork Elimination Act GPEA Signed 10/21/98 Federal agencies must offer E gov’t in place of paper by 10/21/03. Pay.gov. Financial Management Service (FMS) builds E gov’t system - Pay.gov

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Developing web transactional capabilities in atf

DEVELOPING WEB TRANSACTIONAL CAPABILITIES IN ATF

ATF’s E Filing Strategies


Developing web transactional capabilities in atf

GPEA

  • Government Paperwork Elimination Act

    • GPEA

  • Signed 10/21/98

  • Federal agencies must offer E gov’t in place of paper by 10/21/03


  • Pay gov

    Pay.gov

    • Financial Management Service (FMS) builds E gov’t system - Pay.gov

    • View Federal agency bill

    • Submit forms to agencies

    • Authorize payments & collections

    • Access information which requires authentication


    Pay gov components

    Pay.gov components

    • Forms submittal

    • Payments and collections

    • Authentication

    • Agency reporting


    Forms submittal

    Forms submittal

    • ATF forms converted to electronic documents

    • Customers select form from menu

    • Customers complete form on line

    • Form is submitted directly to ATF


    Payments and collections

    Payments and Collections

    • Customers can pay taxes, fees, other payments

    • Transactions are Automated Clearing House (ACH) debit entries


    Authentication

    Authentication

    • Electronic Signatures made legal 7/00

    • Verification engine verifies information submitted by customer

    • Users are identified thru passwords

    • Digital signatures and biometrics may be used for some applications


    Agency reporting

    Agency Reporting

    • FMS provides detailed information back to agencies

    • Format received is at agency discretion

    • Information populates agency databases

    • On line edits and audits ensure accurate data


    Atf pilot

    ATF Pilot

    • ATF will be first agency to pilot Pay.gov

    • Pilot with tobacco manufacturers excise tax form

    • Start in 10/00

    • Add additional forms in 2001


    Procedures

    Procedures

    • Customers go to ATF web page

    • Select E Filing option

    • Hyperlinked to Pay.gov

    • Login using previously approved password

    • Select form to be completed from menu


    Form completion

    Form completion

    • Form will not look exactly like paper version

    • It will be identical in information requested and order of information

    • Form will be pre-populated with certain customer data


    Form completion1

    Form Completion

    • Dropdown boxes available for assistance

    • Customer enters data in required fields

    • Calculations automatically completed

    • Entered data appears in all required fields

    • Prompt appears asking if data is correct for submittal


    Form completion2

    Form Completion

    • Customer hits “send”

    • Customer receives tracking number unique to that transaction

    • ACH receipt provided if financial transaction occurred


    Colas

    COLAs

    • Certificates of Label Approval (COLA)

    • 70,000 received last year

    • Interest from industry in e filing COLAs

    • May use system outside Pay.gov

    • Transmit image of label

    • Possibility of industry developing system and “donating” it to ATF


    Benefits to industry

    Benefits to Industry

    • Reduces taxpayer burden

    • Meets their need for electronic commerce

    • Access to government 24/7

    • Fast

    • Efficient

    • Cost effective

    • Accurate

    • Productive


    Benefits to government

    Benefits to Government

    • Accurate data in our databases

    • Faster processing of forms

    • Reduction in paper processing & storage

    • Better use of government resources


    Contact for information

    Contact for Information

    • Tom Stewart

    • Chief Revenue Operations Branch

    • Bureau Of Alcohol, Tobacco & Firearms

    • 202-927-8220

    • [email protected]


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