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  Australian Taxation Office - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is the Australian government agency that collects taxes and enforces taxation legislation (except customs and external revenues, which are handled by the Australian Customs Service).
The ATO also has some responsibility for Australia's longer term financial planning, shared with the Department of Treasury and the Reserve Bank of Australia.
The ATO is headed by the Commissioner of Taxation, who since January 1993 has been Michael Carmody.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Australian_Taxation_Office   (158 words)

 Australian Taxation Office
The ATO does not have an appropriation for an equity injection or loan, or an appropriation for administered capital in 2001-02.
The Australian National Audit Office and ATO Internal Audit have a rolling programme of issues that are audited during the financial year.
In 2000-01 the ATO entered into purchaser/provider arrangements with both the Department of Family and Community Services (FaCS) and the Department of Health and Aged Care which will see the ATO continuing to provide services to each of these departments to enable them to achieve their stated Outcomes in 2001-02.
www.budget.gov.au /2001-02/pbs/html/ato.htm   (2291 words)

 Secure Computing: Australian Taxation Office   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO), the Australian government's principal revenue collection agency, is a busy agency that relies on technology, networks, and the Internet to carry out its mandates.
ATO has 24,000 internal employees, and 1,150,000 clients who deal with the agency electronically through the firewall.
The ATO deployed 19 Sidewinder G2 Security Appliances throughout their organization; 8 at the network perimeter, and 11 internally.
www.securecomputing.com /index.cfm?skey=1452   (567 words)

 Australian Taxation Office
The role of the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is to manage and shape taxation, excise and superannuation systems that give effect to social and economic policy and fund services for Australians.
The total appropriation for the ATO in the 2000-01 Budget is $4,670.2 million.
ATO's agency capital appropriation including equity injections and loans are detailed in Table 3.4.
www.budget.gov.au /2000-01/pbs/html/ato.htm   (265 words)

 Expert systems in the Australian Taxation Office
Office (ATO) needs effective software to assist in developing expert systems to expedite these processes.
Links are being tested between the expert system and the ATO's mainframe so that complete automation may be achieved for the majority of applications.
A key strategy of the ATO is to encourage and enable as many clients as possible to use self-help.
www.attar.com /pages/case_at.htm   (653 words)

 ATO - Australian Taxation Office and Tax   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Only a matter of hours later, an airline pilot who is in the Federal Court in Melbourne, against the A.T.O., was contacted by solicitors representing that august body, and informed that they were not proceeding with the case.
are assigned to the A.T.O and the Commissioner of Taxation is put in charge of those Officers by section 25(4) of the Public Service Act 1922.
"On the advice of the Australian Government Solicitor's Office, I contacted the Office of the Official Secretary to the Governor-General in an attempt to identify, and obtain a copy of the executive instrument.
www.success-arena.com /ato.htm   (536 words)

Paying instalments worked out by the Tax Office is a good option for taxpayers who have difficulty gathering information in time to calculate their quarterly instalments.
All they have to do each quarter is lodge their activity statement and pay the pre-printed amount.
In cases where a taxpayer’s choice is not clearly indicated, or the activity statement is not lodged on time, they will generally be defaulted to option 1 (calculate GST and report quarterly) for GST and the option they used last year for PAYG instalments.
www.kat.net.au /20021104.html   (663 words)

 Demetrius at The Australian National University: Item 1885/41393
This paper reports on the perceptions and early experience of staff in the Australian Taxation Office (Tax Office) with responsive regulation.
The Tax Office adapted responsive regulation to take the form of the Australian Taxation Office Compliance Model (ATO Compliance Model), which was introduced into the Tax Office in early 1998.
Between December 1998 and July 1999, interviews were conducted with operative staff in Tax Office branch offices to determine the extent of staff acceptance and use of the ATO Compliance Model.
hdl.handle.net /1885/41393   (290 words)

 Australian Taxation Office Upgrades 25,000 Users to Multimedia Conferencing with Nortel; Nortel Solution Expected to ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has rolled out a round-the-clock multimedia conferencing solution from Telstra Business Services (TBS), a Nortel (NYSE:NT)(TSX:NT) reseller, to support 25,000 users nationwide.
ATO is the Federal Government of Australia's main revenue collection agency.
As an organisation dispersed throughout Australia, ATO makes regular use of teleconferencing facilities, and has re-evaluated its service solution to ensure it has in place an efficient and cost-effective system that provides teleconferencing functionality for its users.
press.arrivenet.com /technology/article.php/675376.html   (1029 words)

 Electronic Data Systems Corporation :: Australian Taxation Office Extends Contract with EDS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Recently, the ATO embarked on a program to improve the taxpaying community's experience in their dealings with the Tax Office.
EDS commenced delivering ICT infrastructure services to the ATO in June 1999 in an agreement regarded as the largest of its kind by any Australian government agency.
The Australian Taxation Office, as the federal government's principal revenue collection agency, employs over 20,000 people and is headquartered in Canberra, with 100 branches and regional offices throughout Australia.
sev.prnewswire.com /computer-electronics/20050407/NYW09606042005-1.html   (574 words)

 Taxation, Tax Agencies, Department of Taxation, Taxation Office, International Taxation - 123World.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Welcome to the ultimate source of authentic and reliable information about the Taxation agencies of the world on the net.
Click on the respective alphabet to begin your search for a particular Taxation agency or scroll down to the appropriate section beginning with that alphabet.
However, if you do not find the official site of the Taxation agency you are looking for, then use the feedback link at the bottom of this page to apprise us of the same.
123world.com /taxation   (282 words)

 Australian Taxation Office
This means your secondary ATO digital certificate is requested while you are connected.
Once your request for a new secondary ATO digital certificate has been sent us for processing the secondary certificate holder should receive a response within 10 working days.
When you are asked to 'Trust the Australian Taxation Office' we are asking you to accept that our program you are installing:
pki.ato.gov.au /secondary_request/FAQs.htm   (450 words)

 Expert systems in the Australian Taxation Office
Mark Burt, Project Manager for Expert Systems at the Australian Taxation Office, explains how they are using XpertRule to develop a Baby Bonus Expert System
The Australian Taxation Office encourages as many clients as possible to use self-help.
The baby bonus legislation provides for a payment through the taxation system to help families who have had a baby after 30 June 2001 and we expected this Commonwealth government initiative to generate a large number of enquiries at the busiest time of the year for our public enquiry areas.
www.attar.co.uk /pages/case_at2.htm   (372 words)

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