E-Filing

(redirected from E-Files)
Also found in: Encyclopedia.

E-Filing

The act or practice of filing necessary paperwork online or otherwise electronically. E-filing has become increasingly common with the advent of the Internet. Individuals may e-file their tax returns, for example. Likewise, corporations often e-file their SEC statements through EDGAR.
References in periodicals archive ?
Every person will have an e-file containing their history from birth in Bahrain or since his arrival here," he said.
Files of patients at Salmaniya Medical Complex (SMC) and health centres will be converted into e-files.
The next stage is for the designs to be converted into e-files by Tyneside firm ND Creative.
For financial services and technology firms, which have mounds of e-files and other electronically stored data, 19 percent and 18 percent, respectively, reported facing courts and tribunals not up to the challenge.
I hope to promote and encourage greater use of technology via our Web site, with web-based forms and resources, as we move to incorporate more e-files, which will improve service to both our staff and customers.
Employ the same principles you used to organize your personal e-files, but this time, bring your colleagues in on the process.
By 1998, he had found time for a guest starring role on the E-Files, while he went into print with a book entitled Freak Like Me, which made it into the best-seller listings.
The technology is easy to use and helps people create a comprehensive way to turn unorganised e-files into cleanly labeled document collections.
But a new dossier called the E-Files, made for US television but not yet seen in Britain, will send shockwaves around the world.
In addition to supporting multiple forms with varying jurisdictional requirements, hub users can file currency transaction reports (CTRs) and suspicious activity reports (SARs) via an intuitive point-and-click interface to manage e-files and review regulatory reports.
The students were instructed to open the e-files in the system as a condition of receiving aid but it will still be subject to the decision to grant the subsidy.
In bench tests using 30 "worker" workstations, a typical server/data storage production platform and a mixture of data types, both e-mail and e-files, Viewpoint completed its processing tasks on 50GB of un-extracted native data in 1.