The intervention provides technology equipment to assist tax collectors in the collection of local taxes (household property taxes and business property taxes). Collectors in the treatment group are assisted by point of sale (POS) devices, which help them locate the properties that they are assigned to collect taxes from. In addition, the POS device allows the collectors to provide detailed information to the household and businesses about the tax bill. Finally, the POS devices generate an electronic information trail when a (complete or partial) payment is made by the household. This electronic receipt is directly sent to the central finance officers, and is printed in the field and delivered to the household at the moment of payment. In the control group, the collectors are not assisted by technology. They have maps of the district to assist them in locating the households and properties that they are assigned to, and they produce hand written bills upon receiving payments for taxes due. The collection process in the control group is almost identical to the manual collection process that is currently implemented in most local governments around the country.