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State of Indiana Barcode Initiative. 496340. Barcode 101. How can all the data fit into a barcode? One dimensional barcode. PDF 417 from Symbol Technologies--2000-3000 characters Moving beam scanners. Why Indiana has Decided to Use Barcodes.

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barcode 101

496340

Barcode 101
  • How can all the data fit into a barcode?
    • One dimensional barcode
    • PDF 417 from Symbol Technologies--2000-3000 characters
  • Moving beam scanners
why indiana has decided to use barcodes
Why Indiana has Decided to Use Barcodes
  • 53% of paper returns received are generated by a computer
  • Many of the advantages of Electronic Filing
    • Reduced data entry time Reduces cost
    • Reduced error correction time Reduces cycle time
  • With fewer issues to resolve
    • Signature with original on file
    • Evidence attached
    • Taxpayer comfort level maintained
  • Reduced cost to the Taxpayer
  • Feasible to Implement and Maintain
    • Hardware cost < $50,000
2 d process

Form Entry

Taxpayer or Paid Preparer uses tax preparation software to complete tax return

Print With Barcode

Just before printing, the tax preparation software will be modified to call a routine (DLL) passing all of the data from the form, and the routine will return a picture (bitmap) of the barcode which will be printed on the form

Sign and Submit

Taxpayer will review the form, sign, attach supporting documents and mail as usual

Validate and Post

The scanned data will go through the same validation and posting processes as if it had been keyed in or submitted electronically

Open and Scan

Data Entry Center will receive form with barcode, apply document locator number (DLN), and scan into Revenue integrated tax system

Added Code

to Paid Preparer software

Added Code

to Revenue integrated system software

2-D Process
scanning reduces steps compared to traditional paper forms

Paper

Forms

Keyed

Forms

High-Volume Data Entry

Data Entry Verification

Data Correction

Barcoded

Forms

Scanning

Indiana’s Integrated Tax System

Electronic

Forms

Scanning Reduces Steps Compared to Traditional Paper Forms

Tax Payer

or

Paid Preparer

Fed State Electronic

Indiana InternetFed/State Telefile

barcode initiative timeline

Proof of Concept

Develop Barcode Function

Support Vendor Implementation

Barcode Initiative Timeline

Aug-98

Sep-98

Oct-98

Nov-98

Dec-98

Jan-99

barcode initiative timeline1

Proof of Concept

Develop Barcode Function

Support Vendor Implementation

Develop Reading Capability

Develop Internet IT40 Application

Barcode Initiative Timeline

Aug-98

Sep-98

Oct-98

Nov-98

Dec-98

Jan-99

state of indiana department of revenue contacts
State of Indiana Department of RevenueContacts

Kenneth L. Miller

Commissioner

(317) 232-8039

kmiller@dor.state.in.us

Linda Dollens

Administrator, Returns Processing Center

(317) 486-5139

ldollens@dor.state.in.us

David W. Martikke

Director, Information Technology

(317) 232-2078

dmartikke@dor.state.in.us