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NBR customer services will deliver through a2i’s Digital Center

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Access to Information (a2i) Programme under Prime Minister’s Office and National Board of Revenue (NBR) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) at the SSF Briefing Room of Prime Minister’s Office to deliver revenue services to the citizen through Digital Center’s located in Union, Municipality and City Corporations. Md. Nojibur Rahman, Senior Secretary of Internal Resources Division and Chairman of National Board of Revenue(NBR) and Kabir Bin Anwar, Director General (Admin), Prime Minister’s Office and Project Director of a2i Programme, signed the Memorandum of Understanding form their respective organizations.

To achieve the Vision-2021 and to provide easy, quick and low cost services to the doorsteps of the citizens, a2i has been signed different MoU with the government and non-government organizations. Different public and private services are already being provided from the Digital Center. As a result, the income of entrepreneurs has increased. Under this consequences, this MoU signed for delivering different revenue services such as e-TIN registration, re-registration, bin Registration, re-registration and customer related online service, etc. By this MoU, the entrepreneurs of Digital Center will get an attractive commission for providing services; which will play an important role in increasing their income and making the Digital Center sustainable.

Meanwhile, now it is possible to collect income tax and prepare income returns through online calculators of NBR website. NBR has already been collected 29 lac citizens income tax through e-TIN and more than one lac citizen were getting VAT and customs services through online. To make an international standard of its services, NBR has taken various initiative to automation the VAT, income tax and the customs department’s services. As a result the efficiency of the officials has increased by 75 percent, along with increased the capability to control fraudulent fraud and also increased revenue earning.On the other hand, Digital center has already provided about 27.80 core different services to the citizen of Bangladesh; 30,207 bank accounts were opened, 78 core 44 lakh 88 thousand money transferred through banking channels,received 6.4 crore remittance, 2.7 crore  passport fees, 12,000 passport application services through online. Millions of workers and professionals has been completed online registration from Digital Center and also receive 4 lakh 50 thousand land record without any hassle. Access to Information (a2i) Programme and senior officials of National Board of Revenue and media representatives were present in the ceremony.

The a2i Programme of the Prime Minister’s Office-with technical support from UNDP and USAID launched the doorsteps services through Digital Center to engage and empower the whole of Bangladeshi society in the process co-creating novel solutions to development challenges and boost their chances of making impact at scale.



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