TaxPersonal Tax10 MARCH 2000, 2000 DEPARTMENTAL REPORTS

10 MARCH 2000, 2000 DEPARTMENTAL REPORTS

The Inland Revenue published today their Departmental Report (CM 4617).

The Inland Revenue published today their Departmental Report (CM 4617).

DETAILS

1. The report sets out the Inland Revenue’s progress against its Public Service Agreement and modernisation plans. Good progress has been made and the Revenue is on course to meet most of its key annual operating targets. New business on National Insurance Contributions, Tax Credits and monitoring the National Minimum Wage are being successfully integrated. We ensured that our critical IT systems were not affected by the millennium date change and rolled out 55,000 new Windows NT terminals.

2. Our plans include more help for businesses through our Business Support Teams; increasing the availability of Electronic Services and further new work in collecting student loans. We will also be taking forward our Modernising Government action plan, including Civil Service Reform. Full details of the Revenue’s plans for 2000/01 will be published in the annual Inland Revenue Plan later this year.

NOTES FOR EDITORS

1. This report is one of a series of Departmental Reports setting out the Government’s expenditure plans. It is available from the Stationery Office and on the Inland Revenue website at: www. inland revenue.gov.uk

www.inlandrevenue.gov.uk

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