Browse or download our annual reports, Statement of Intent, Our Way Forward and Student Loan Scheme reports.
Each year, the Commissioner of Inland Revenue issues an annual report to Parliament that compares our performance against objectives set at the beginning of the financial year. Download our Annual Reports from the last few years.
Each year Inland Revenue issues a Statement of Intent which sets out the department's three to five-year plan. Please read or download our Statement of Intent.
This information is provided in response to the State Services Commissioner's introduction of a disclosure regime for the Commissioner's expenses, gifts and hospitality.
This section presents our guiding document - our desired future and strategic direction.
Inland Revenue publishes an annual compliance programme to tell people about the areas of focus for the coming year and what we are doing to address significant issues and behaviours that impact on compliance.
You can find the results from our Customer Satisfaction and Perceptions survey here. These results will be updated every three months.
Annual reports outline the schemes financial position, and provide an overview of government policy for student financial support and general information about the use of the scheme
The Briefing for the Incoming Minister provides an opportunity for the department to outline the key policy and administrative issues that the Minister will need to consider early in their tenure as Minister.
From time-to-time we undertake research into various aspects of the programmes and services we administer. In this section you can read the executive summary of these reports online or download a copy of the complete report.
Read the reports of any investigations we have carried out.
The purpose of the Performance Delivery and Measurement Document (PDMD) is to set out in detail how the performance standards in the Information Supporting the Estimates will be measured. The PDMD ensures our methodology is correct, robust, well documented, and consistent across years.
Find out more about the Business transformation programme.
Date published: 05 Oct 2004
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