CBIC to Roll out GST Investigation Module – Phase-1 from 1st September 2020

CBIC to Roll out GST Investigation Module – Phase-1 from 1st September 2020

At the instance of Directorate General of GST Intelligence – DGGI, CBIC , the Directorate General of Systems and Data Management, Bengaluru Zonal Unit has developed an Investigation (Enforcement) module which works as a sub-module under the Dispute Settlement and Resolution (DSR) module of ACES-GST application.

The said sub-module has been developed in a staggered manner to cover the complete workflow covering all activities starting from initiation of a case on the basis of intelligence/information received by the department officers, till issuance of Investigation Report, including interception of goods in transit,prosecution and compounding offence and submission of reward proposal.

Relevant functionalities in this module have been integrated with the GSTN Common portal to reach and receive acknowledgements for the electronic communication between the department and the taxpayers.

This module has been designed keeping the current work flow in a distinct CBIC’s investigative Unit’s functions and to replace the manual and paper based environment with a digital mode. The digital database is designed to provide access (to officers in investigative units of executive formations and intelligence/investigative directorates) to the database of GST enforcement cases initiated against a GSTIN and its various stages, information about the taxpayers, modus operandi, generation of related reports, etc. on the click of a button.

CBIC to Roll out GST Investigation Module – Phase-1 from 1st September 2020

The said Investigation sub-module has been planned to be rolled out in a phased manner. The first phase has been scheduled for roll out from 01.09.2020.

The investigation sub-module provides the following features and functionalities for use:

1. Case initiation – New and Past GST Cases/ Replicate Case/ Add-Revoke Authorization
2. Inspection/ Search/ Summons/ Seizure/ Prohibition/ Release of goods
3. Arrest/ Bail provisions
4. Case Data/ View Closed case
5. Case Message/ Review/ Issue Instructions
6. Case Close
7. Case Transfer
8. Incident Report/ Offence Report
9. Remote Jurisdiction Task
10.Download Empty forms/ MO Circular
Also, as required by CBIC Circular No. 122/2019 dt. 05.11.2019,  the Document Identification Number (DIN) shall be generated from http://www.cbicddm.gov.in and the same can be entered in the DIN field in the Investigation module.
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