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Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Commission develops TNA software to identify fraudulent networks




To speed up the joint processing and analysis of data within Eurofisc, the Commission is currently developing TNA software for voluntary use by the Member States as of 2018.

In order to maximise TNA’s potential to identify fraudulent networks across the whole EU, Regulation (EU) No 904/2010 would make clearer provision for the joint processing and analysis of data within Eurofisc.

Involvement in such processing and analysis will remain voluntary. However, all Member States should grant Eurofisc officials access to their VIES data on intra-Union transactions through TNA.

In that way the software can identify all potential fraud networks, including those involving traders established in non-participating Member States.

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