This is a first for the Tax Administration. Under the impetus of the Director General of Taxes, Nicolas YENOUSSI, a team of the general management hosted, on November 27 and 28, 2018, a stand whose main attraction is the online services offered to taxpayers. It was on the occasion of the Digital Week organized by the ministry in charge of communication on the theme “Benin at the heart of Afro Tech”. For two days, the DGI stand was visited by numerous taxpayers and personalities including the Minister of the Digital Economy and Communication, accompanied by her health counterpart. With regard to the innovations of the DGI in terms of services to taxpayers, visitors to the stand expressed their surprise and were sensitive to the efforts being made to inform them, educate them, train them, assist them in the context of the fulfillment of their tax obligations. The presentation made on the existence now of a Taxpayer Services Unit has raised more than one and revived hopes for the improvement of their relationship with the DGI. Most welcomed the reforms implemented to allow companies to declare and pay their taxes, then receive their receipt online without having to travel. It should be noted that the dematerialization process initiated by the DGI once again confirms the authorities’ commitment to preserve the environment and fight against global warming, by reducing the use of paper. “Zero paper, zero worry” is a message that can be read on several posters and gifts designed for the occasion. The DGI also marked its presence at Digital Week by actively participating in two of the panels planned by the organizers of the event. The first focused on the “challenges of e-govt” and the second on the issue of “funding models for startups”.