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ATT aims at policymakers with its first technical chief

ATT appoints former president John Kimmer as technical officer

The first technical officer has been appointed at the
Association of Taxation
Technicians
.

John Kimmer, a former president of the association between 1999 to 2001,
takes on the role. He will work three days a week for the ATT, and continue to
run his own practice.

The move has been made to push for a greater in influence on government and
other policy makers.

“Overall, this is a major step forward for the ATT in our goal of raising our
game and making our voice heard. I wish John well in his new and challenging
role and I look forward to working closely with him in the future,” said ATT
president David Stedman.

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