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May 10, 2012

SAS, Capgemini join hands to help goverment agencies tackle tax fraud

Tax agencies can now close the gap between revenues owed and collected

By CBR Staff Writer

Business analytics software and services provider SAS has joined Capgemini, to help government agencies reduce revenue losses from tax and welfare fraud, and improper payments.

The partnership will provide an end-to-end application in revenue fraud and improper payment protection to public sector organisations in Europe, Brazil, India and Asia-Pacific.

The partnership enables Capgemini to combine transformation and business analytics with SAS’ fraud-fighting analytics technology.

The SAS Fraud Framework for Government helps government agencies in detecting suspicious patterns in social programmes, uncovering tax evasion to identify fraud rings.

This technology will also help tax agencies close the gap between revenues owed and collected and the social welfare agencies will see cost savings by reducing erroneous or fraudulent payments.

The new framework employs business rules, anomaly detection, predictive modeling and social network analysis to detect possible fraud and immediately alert investigators or auditors.

The software searches data for anomalies that could indicate fraud or error as well as integrates data, analyses the data for anomalies that could indicate fraud or error, and provides alerts for investigation.

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Capgemini Global Tax & Welfare Lead Ian Pretty said,"Working with SAS allows us to address the needs of governments more completely and bring the best available technologies to their business problems – wherever they are in the world and whatever the level of maturity of their tax and welfare operations."

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