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The modernisation programme, now at the halfway point, includes investment in new online services, data analytics, new compliance techniques, new skills and new ways of working, to make it easier for the honest majority of customers to pay their tax, including by improving customer service, and harder for the dishonest minority to cheat the system.
HMRC will bring its employees together in 13 large, modern regional centres, equipped with the digital infrastructure and training facilities needed to hmrc business plan 2011 1200 a more highly-skilled workforce to meet the challenges of bringing in more revenue from those evading tax and improving its customer service to the honest majority.
Bringing staff together in large centres will enable people to develop careers up to senior levels, with less need to move around the country, and will support the growth of specialist teams and links with universities and other sources of skilled recruits.
HMRC is committed to modern, regional centres serving every region and nation in the UKwith skilled and varied jobs and development opportunities, while also ensuring jobs are spread throughout the UK and not concentrated in the capital.
HMRC has too many expensive, isolated and outdated offices. This makes it difficult for us to collaborate, modernise our ways of working, and make the changes we need to transform our service to customers and clamp down further on the minority who try to cheat the system.
The new regional centres will bring our staff together in more modern and cost-effective buildings in areas with lower rents. HMRC expects the majority of staff to be able to move from their current offices to a regional centre, and is phasing the moves over ten years in order to minimise redundancies.
But HMRC will aim to have fewer staff in the future as it streamlines how it works and uses the best of modern technology to reduce costs. Note to editors The high-level plans for transforming HMRC were first shared with its staff 18 months ago.
Since then, HMRC has held around 2, events across the UKtalking to its employees about how it is changing and involving them in the discussions.
Regional centres will vary in size and in the mix of operational, tax professional and corporate services work that they contain. The smallest will hold 1, to 1, full-time equivalent members of staff and the largest, operationally-focused centres will hold more than 6, HMRC will have four specialist sites for work that cannot be done elsewhere, notably where HMRC needs to work with its IT suppliers or other government agencies or departments.
The 13 new regional centres will be in: We cannot currently say more about the exact locations, because we need to negotiate with landlords and contractors, but they will be locations in the cities we have named with good transport links.
Ultimately, these changes will involve the closure of offices by Offices will be released, for instance, as lease breaks arise or at the end of the PFI contract with Mapeley in HMRC shared the broad outline of the transition with its staff on 12 November — including potential office closure dates and the likely outcomes for individuals working in each office.
HMRC will consult staff and other interested groups on the best way to carry out this transition. Where staff are not based in or near a proposed or existing regional centre, they will be given a range of options and will have time to consider and discuss their future with HMRC.
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Business Plan; Monthly Management Accounts; Variance Analysis From October HMRC shared the broad outline of the transition with its staff on 12 November – including potential office closure dates and the likely outcomes for individuals working in each office.