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Webinar Week 2022 Key Takeaways
While we're packaging up the recordings and materials from Webinar Week, take a look at our key takeaways from the week!
Digitalisation Of Business Processes Within Natural Business Systems
We are excited by the government's digital direction in both Australia and New Zealand and DSPs are interested in partnering with government agencies to see successful outcomes. To support the increasing collaboration between government and industry, DSPs require reliable, scalable and readily available digital solutions to support themselves and their end users. Read more about this here.
Paid Family & Domestic Violence Leave Submission
DSPANZ provided a submission to the Senate Standing Committees on Education and Employment's Fair Work Amendment (Paid Family and Domestic Violence Leave) Bill 2022 Inquiry on 18 August 2022. Read more and access a copy of the submission.
Our Peppol Service Provider Members
It's eInvoicing Week! As part of this event, we're helping DSPs and businesses learn more about getting involved with the Peppol eInvoicing network. Here you can find and get to know some our members who are Peppol service providers.
What is Peppol: eInvoicing Week Webinar
Interested in learning more about Peppol and exactly what it's all about? Come and join DSPANZ to learn about the network from those currently operating in the Australian and New Zealand market as well as European providers. This is a free webinar that will run for approximately 40 minutes with time for questions afterwards.
eInvoicing Week 2022
The first ever eInvoicing Week will be running between 15 and 21 August 2022 featuring a series of awareness activities and events targeted at a business audience. Learn more about eInvoicing Week and how you can get involved.
New Zealand Budget 2022
The New Zealand Budget was delivered on 19 May 2022. While it mainly focused on cost of living, environment and health sector initiatives, there were some important initiatives surrounding Digital Service Providers (DSPs).
Memorandum of Understanding on Strategic Cooperation Signed with EESPA
On 2 June, DSPANZ signed a strategic cooperation agreement with EESPA. Through this MoU, both organisations and their respective members will combine their forces and expertise to increase awareness and adoption of e-invoicing world-wide and to promote cooperation in important areas such as interoperability and advocacy.
The DCTCE Model
DSPANZ endorses a decentralised approach to electronic tax reporting and invoicing called the Decentralised CTC and Exchange Model (DCTCE). Find out more about the DCTCE Model here.
Statutory Review of the Consumer Data Right
DSPANZ provided a submission to the Statutory Review of the Consumer Data Right (CDR) on 23 May 2022. Access a full copy of this submission here.
CDR Non Bank Lending Sectoral Assessment
DSPANZ provided a submission to the Consumer Data Right Open Finance Sectoral Assessment for Non Bank Lending on 14 April 2022. Access a full copy of this submission here.
Tax Administration in a Digital World Submission
DSPANZ provided a submission to New Zealand's Inland Revenue Department on their Tax Administration in a Digital World issues paper on 22 April 2022. Access a full copy of this submission here.