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The Dominican Republic seeks supplier for its Fiscal Control and Tracking System

07 March 2018

As part of its efforts to attack tax evasion and increase contributor compliance, the General Direction of Internal Revenue in the Dominican Republic (DGII for its acronym in spanish) is requesting qualified suppliers to participate in the selection process of its new Fiscal Control and Tracking System (Sistema de Control y Trazabilidad Fiscal - or TRAFICO) on imported and domestically produced beer, wines, spirits and tobacco products.

The main objective of the Fiscal Control and Tracking System is to provide destination information on production lots and trace their lifecycle from cradle to grave, back to their point of origin. Interested suppliers will be required to provide a technological solution that identifies these products during manufacturing or importation and fingerprint them with a unique and non-removable identification (ID) token, code, or stamp. The ID must be affixed to, or form part of, all production units, including packs, bottles, and packages, and appear externally on all beer, wines, spirits and tobacco product packaging.

The DGII invites suppliers to show their interest via email to or, preferably accompanied by a company profile. The DGII will opportunely solicit RFPs (Request for Proposal) in a public competitive bidding process in the coming months from interested suppliers.

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