Our outcome is to achieve confidence in the administration of aspects of Australia's taxation and superannuation systems through helping people understand their rights and obligations, improving ease of compliance and access to benefits, and managing non-compliance with the law.
Key Management Committees and Consultation
Our senior management committees are key elements of our governance and assurance. They include the ATO Executive Committee, Audit Committee and the People Committee (largely comprised of external private and public sector experts).
We have a number of high-level committees that provide leadership and executive management of our performance.
Our integrity framework sets out the behaviours, values and ethics that underpin the policy, processes and procedures for our work. The framework, complemented by our governance and planning processes, makes our integrity visible and measurable and assists us to deliver on our commitment of being an open and accountable organisation.
We use a compliance model as a structured way of understanding and improving taxpayer compliance. It helps us to understand the factors that influence taxpayer behaviour and to apply the most appropriate compliance strategy.
Our information management strategic framework provides the direction for managing our information effectively now and into the future.
Tremendous potential for growth of multi-skill sets and variety for work life/balance options