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Despite the crisis, the taxman will continue to reduce its workforce


The general directorate of public finances plans nearly 5,000 job cuts by the end of 2022. It wants to invest massively in IT.

The coronavirus crisis that has hit France since March has not changed the transformation and modernization objectives of the Directorate General of Public Finances (DGFiP). Concluded on March 16 with the Budget Department, the day before the general confinement, the institution in charge of taxation and public management has set a roadmap for 2020-2022 which ... remains indeed of news. "On the contrary, many of the axes of this contract have been reinforced by the crisis: this is the case with the consolidation of remote reception or even personalized support for companies" , explains to the Figaro Jérôme Fournel, the director general of public finances and former director of cabinet of Gérald Darmanin at Public Accounts.

There is therefore no question of reviewing the downsizing trajectory, which remains unchanged. And this, while the redundancy bar has been lowered for all civil servants and fixed at

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Source: lefigaro

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