1.Review of the regulations of treasury affairs in order to enhance treasury management.
2.Establishing multiple channels for the cultivation of financial resources to support government administration.
3.Enhancement of payment operations, establishment of various e-processing mechanisms, and improvement of financial efficiency and service quality.
4.Implementation of the “Public Debt Act” to strengthen debt control.
5.Enhancing debt management to maintain fiscal discipline.
6.Continuously assisting authorities to flexibly apply financial strategies and improve the benefits of their projects.
7.Promoting the amendment of the “Act Governing the Allocation of Government Revenues and Expenditures” and adopting a matching mechanism to ensure adequate financial resources for local governments before the completion of the amendment.
8.Strengthening the assistance provided to local governments to enhance local fiscal adequacy and autonomy.
9.Amendment to the “Public Welfare Lottery Issue Act” to strengthen the distribution, use, and supervisory mechanism of feedback funds from the Public Welfare Lottery.
10.Continuation of the handling of the managerial affairs of the government’s shareholdings and strengthening of efficiency in the management of national assets in order to increase the benefits to the national treasury.
11.Reviewing “The Tobacco and Alcohol Administration Act” and relevant regulations to improve the efficiency of seizing illegal tobacco and alcohol, and promoting the Alcohol Quality Certification System to enhance international competitiveness of locally produced alcohol products.
1.Proposal of amendments to the tax laws and implementation of tax reforms so as to make government finance sound.
2.Review and amendment of tax laws and regulations in a timely manner to meet the needs of international trends and economic and social development.
3.Improvement in skills of assessment in tax administration to prevent tax evasion and maintain the fairness and justice of taxation.
4.Continuation of the promotion of the simplification of tax administration with the provision of simplified and convenient tax payment services.
5.Implementation of the program to reduce taxation litigation, promotion of the quality of the handling of inquiry cases, solving of controversies between taxpayers and tax authorities in an effective way.
1.Rationalization of laws and regulations and enhancement of customs service quality.
2.Appropriate adjustment on import tariff rates in response to the progress of bilateral or multilateral talks.
3.Promotion of “Integration of IT Resources of Customs Services” program to implement a service platform for business direct connection.
4.Establishment of Coordinated Border Management (CBM) to further improve trade facilitation.
5.Introduction of paperless operation for import/export declarations to streamline clearance procedures.
6.Enhancement of international customs cooperation to establish substantial bilateral and multilateral relations with an aim of elevating global competitiveness by promoting the signing of AEO Mutual Recognition Arrangement with major trading partners in Asia.
7.Broadening application of big data techniques for effective risk management and cargo movement safety.
8.Implementation of trade remedy measures to ensure a fair competition environment for domestic industries.
1.Continuing a comprehensive review of current laws and regulations, loosening of related regulations, simplification of operating procedures, increase in administrative efficiency, and implementation of convenient services for the public.
2.Continuing the management of national public use properties to improve efficiency.
3.Continuing to implement the “Plan of Check-up and Disposal for the Dependents’ Quarters of the Central Government” to check and retrieve obsolete dependents’ quarters to facilitate the subsequent utilization for activation.
4.Implementing the “Plan for Strengthening the Clean Up of Occupied National Nonpublic Use Real Estate,” with positive action in the clearing-up of occupied national land and include them in normal management or to evacuate and retrieve them for reactivate utilization, in order to uphold the right of national properties.
5.Carrying out development by means of superficies rights, urban renewal, improve utilization; activate national non-public real estate by multiple means including tender leasehold and outsourced management so as to meet the substantial need for the private sector in industrial development.
6.Emphasizing associating with local governments or competent authorities in charge of subject enterprises to develop national non-public use real estate in concert, putting national territory resources into the maximum possible utilization, accelerating development of relevant industries and, in turn, creating added jobs and tax sources.
1.Construction of the financial cloud computing services of the MOF
(1)Construction of cloud computing infrastructure of the MOF.
(2)Implementation of “The Fiscal Information Sharing Systems.”
2.E-Invoice Service Upgrade Platform Plan
(1)Promotion of e-invoices to be paperless at physical channels.
(2)Continuation of the promotion of electronic payment by credit card and other electronic payment tools as e-invoice carriers.
3.Enhancing traceability of product supply chain and cross agency inspection
(1)Continuing to improve food safety support efficiency.
(2)Continuing to promote cross-domain integration applications.
(3)Continuing to promote adoption of B2B e-invoicing.
4.Cultivating program development capabilities and establishing in-house technologies
(1)Continuing to hold system design training courses, and build technical autonomy of our organization.
(2)Gradually retrieving system maintenance and development operations to reduce dependence on outsourcing manufacturers.
5.Integration of real estate application services
(1)Integrating cross-agency procedures of real estate transfer applications.
(2)Launching the reissue and payment services for vehicle license tax, house tax and land tax at convenience store kiosks.
1.Continuation of the promotion of the conclusion of bilateral tax agreements with New Southbound Policy-target countries, European Union member states, or countries with which the ROC have a close economic and trading relationship so as to eliminate double taxation, create a sustainable low-tax environment, strengthen cross-border tax cooperation and transparency; issuance or revision of the regulations related to tax agreements so as to increase the benefit of treaty application.
2.Continuation of the promotion of international customs cooperation and exchanges; active engagement in the signing of Customs Mutual Assistance Agreements and ATA Carnet agreements; advancement of trade security and facilitation.
3.Continuation of the promotion of international fiscal cooperation and exchanges; signing of international fiscal cooperation agreements; strengthening of international fiscal relationships; following world trends and learning from international experience.
1.Continuing to review the deregulations of PPIP laws and regulations, enact PPIP related operation guidelines, reference principle and materials for the public. In line with the amendment progress of the Act for PPIP, the MOF will review and amend relevant laws and regulations at the proper times.
2.Continuing to operate the investment information platform for PPIP, strengthen communication and eliminate obstacles to investment.
3.The 2018 PPIP Investment Solicitation Convention will be held to provide PPIP business opportunities and to facilitate the authorities-in-charge and investors to have face-to-face discussions and gain feedback for the authorities-in-charge’s reference.
4.Actively engaging in on-site project initiation and consulting services to each government agency to assist them in developing potential PPIP projects and to attract private investors to participate in PPIP projects.
5.By holding PPIP professional training and qualification tests, the authorities in charge and the consulting companies can improve the ability and basic knowledge of their staff. Furthermore, holding seminars can strengthen the consensus of PPIP promotion among executive, accounting and ethics staff members.
6.Actively participating in related PPP meetings or initiatives of APEC. An international seminar “Exploring Strategies for Financing Sources and Risk Mitigation in Infrastructure PPP Projects” is scheduled to be held to exchange experiences on promoting PPIP and to increase interaction with other countries.