Excitement and passion about Integrity is huge due to APS taskforce, also NACC is being implemented so Frank and Fearless advice is important in all organisation … Data increased use of holdings … in ethical ways … protecting data detecting and preventing fraud such as Protego and the preventing abuse of myGovID
Australian Tax Office Commissioner Chris Jordan plans to focus on improving large and small business compliance through digital innovations in his last term in office, ending in February 2024.
“The thing about the ATO is we do not accept the status quo. If there’s a better way to do something, we’re open to it. We need to build on this and keep pushing and delivering,” Jordan said in his speechto ATO staff published Friday. “I want to make it clear I’ll be keeping my foot on the pedal over the next 7 months.”
The outgoing head of the Australian Taxation Office has vowed to make every day at the end of his 10-year term count, warning staff against becoming too set in their ways and telling them to constantly strive to find improvements in customer service and efficiency.
Tax Office second commissioner Jeremy Hirschhorn and OECD tax director David Bradbury are among candidates to replace retiring ATO boss Chris Jordan, after he told the federal government he will not seek a third term.
Looks like speaking up is not encouraged in all organisations …
Elizabeth Broderick …