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HMRC is transforming. A strategic move to become a modern tax authority, equipped for the future needs of customers, which will involve becoming a smaller, more digital and highly-skilled organisation, bringing people together in 13 large Regional Centres and a small number of specialist sites.
The transformation includes redesigning processes around their customers, creating great online services.HMRC are committed their employees making HMRC a great place to work by investing in your skills and career development, creating modern, collaborative working environments and offering more rewarding and interesting work.
Financial Strategic Planning is made up of three teams;
The Corporate Strategy team drives organisational strategy across HMRC, ensuring fiscal events are agreed and spending reviews make strategic sense. They look beyond HMRC to see what should be learnt from elsewhere and future trends to develop business plans.
The Strategic Finance team turn that strategy into a financial plan. They model the workforce requirements and engage with the change teams to ensure transformation is funded. They keep a close track of in year financial performance and where the money is going.
The Performance and Risk team monitor and assess what HMRC has delivered with the spending, running a comprehensive risk process so they understand what might go wrong, they are building a new suite of performance measures to take their understanding to the next level.
Together these teams drive much of the corporate decision-making within HMRC and provide advice to the Executive Committee and Board to support them in best deploying the department’s resources to achieve their objectives.
The ambition is for Finance to be at the heart of decision making across HMRC. With targets increasing every year, expectations from customers rising and the financial constraints the department is under, changes are needed. For the Finance Function this is a really exciting and big transformation journey ahead providing a great opportunity to look at the way things are things done and improve them.