Canadian government tax processing computers back online
Thursday, March 15, 2007
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) announced today that computer systems involved with the processing of tax returns for individuals are back online.
Tax processing had been halted on March 6, 2007, due to a computer glitch. The source of the problem had been traced back to software maintenance performed on March 4.
In an update on the CRA website, dated March 14, Michel Dorais, Commissioner of the Agency, stated that all of the databases had been restored and CRA employees are processing the backlog of returns and payments.
Tax processing for businesses had not been affected by the computer shutdown.
In his statement, Dorais thanked taxpayers "for their patience and understanding" during the service outage. He also stated that "the integrity and safety of personal data was never at risk".
The CRA suggests that it would work quickly to process the resulting backlog of tax returns.
- "Computer glitch delays online tax filing in Canada" — Wikinews, March 8, 2007
- Cra. "Online services - Update" — , March 14, 2007
- CBC Staff. "Online tax filing system running again" — , March 14, 2007
- Press Release: "CRA announces business resumption plan" — , March 12, 2007
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