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Project NextDOR

In September 2018, the Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR) officially launched Project NextDOR, a multi-year modernization project of its tax systems. This project is a complete replacement of the system that is used to process taxes. This new technology will allow Hoosier businesses and individuals, as well as DOR employees increased access to data and ability to view, register, file and pay for more tax types online than ever before.

DOR has spent the past two years laying the groundwork for Project NextDOR. The new system will be released in four rollouts, covering specific tax types over the next four years. Rollout 1 tax types are expected to launch in the fall of 2019.

The new online service portal, called the Indiana Taxpayer Information Management Engine (INTIME), will offer expanded functionality for designated tax types in Rollout 1 as noted in this chart.

Rollout 1 e-services functionality

Other designated tax types in Rollout 1 will benefit from electronic filing (MeF) as noted in this chart.

Electronic Filing (MeF) Functionality


ITS - Indiana Tax SystemDOR’s new state tax administration system will be called Indiana Tax System (ITS).

INTIMEIndiana Taxpayer Information Management Engine (INTIME) is the online service portal that will allow customers to file, pay, view and manage taxes in one convenient location.


Existing processes will remain in place until the first release of the system, which is expected in the fall of 2019.

To be fully ready to modernize the agency, we needed to build a rock-solid base of leadership, people, and likely the most important piece: the culture of DOR.

Project NextDOR is featured on pages 11 and 12 of our 2018 Annual Report.

If you have questions, please email Julie Toppin.

Benefits To Hoosiers

DOR has partnered with FAST Enterprises, LLC to take Indiana to the next level in state tax administration. This partnership will provide Indiana with an entirely new, state-of-the-art technology system for DOR’s customers to file tax returns, make payments, view and manage their business and individual tax accounts.

Legislation passed in 2017 allocated funding to DOR to support the agency’s modernization efforts in replacing a legacy system used for over 25 years.

In addition to a new internal system, stakeholders will soon be able to electronically file additional corporate returns and have access to a user-friendly, self-service portal which allows communication and interaction for common requests such as:

  • Electronically filing and amending withholding and retail sales tax;
  • Scheduling and automating payment online;
  • Requesting and reviewing transcripts; and
  • Viewing past payment and returns.
The Project NextDOR team
The Project NextDOR Team
The Project NextDOR FAST team
The Project NextDOR FAST Team

Meet Our Vendor Partner

FAST Enterprises

FAST is currently the leading provider of integrated tax solution systems with successful implementations in over half of the U.S. state tax and revenue agencies.

For more information on FAST, visit www.fastenterprises.com.

DOR’s new system will be configured, tested and released in four rollout periods, covering specific tax types over the next four years. Existing processes will remain in place until the first release of the system, which is expected in the fall of 2019.

Our Timeline for Rollouts

Project NextDOR Timeline

September 3, 2019

  • Aircraft Dealer
  • Aircraft Excise
  • C Corporation
  • Financial Institution
  • Non-Profit
  • Partnership
  • S Corporation
  • Utility Receipts

September 8, 2020*

  • Consumer Use
  • Controlled Substance
  • County Admissions
  • County Innkeeper
  • Food and Beverage
  • Indianapolis Motor Speedway
  • Motor Vehicle Rental Excise
  • Out-of-State Use
  • PPD Sales on Gas
  • Sales
  • Tire Fee
  • Utility Service Fee
  • Wireless Prepaid Cards
  • Withholding

*In scope tax types will be confirmed at the beginning of each rollout

September 11, 2021*

  • Fiduciary
  • Gaming Excise
  • Individual Income
  • Inheritance
  • Pari-Mutuel Admissions
  • Pari-Mutuel Wagering
  • Racino Fees
  • Racino Wagering
  • Riverboat Admissions
  • Riverboat Wagering
  • Supplemental Wagering
  • Type 2 Gaming

*In scope tax types will be confirmed at the beginning of each rollout

July 18, 2022*

  • Alcohol
  • Alternative Fuel User
  • Aviation Fuel
  • Cigarette
  • Diesel Inventory
  • Firework Public Safety Fee
  • Gasoline Use
  • Motor Fuel
  • Other Tobacco Products
  • Oversize/Overweight MH
  • Petroleum Severance
  • Rail: Commuter or Electric
  • Special Fuel
  • Terminal Operator
  • Transporter

*In scope tax types will be confirmed at the beginning of each rollout

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