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Tax Administration Diagnostic Assessment Tool Accreditation (TADAT)


Session No.: SA 22.37

Location: New Delhi, India

Date: July 25-29, 2022 (1 week)

Delivery Method: In-person Training

Primary Language: English

    Target Audience

    Participants who hold a position at the middle management level or higher in a federal revenue administration.

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    Participants are expected to have at least 5 years' experience in revenue administration at the middle management level.

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    Course Description

    The Tax Administration Diagnostic Assessment Tool (TADAT) provides a 360-degree diagnostic of the performance of a tax administration using nine performance areas and 28 indicators. TADAT assessments focus on the administration of the following core taxes: Goods and Services Tax (GST) Corporate Income Tax (CIT) Personal Income Tax (PIT) Pay As You Earn Amounts (PAYE) By assessing outcomes in relation to the administration of these core taxes, a picture can be developed of the relative strengths and weaknesses of a country's tax administration system. The performance assessment is first used at the national or sub-national system-wide level, thereafter, particularly in a large country with a federal structure such as India, regional variations can be identified by conducting guided assessments at the regional level to identify specific weaknesses in different regions. The training workshop is presented by the TADAT Secretariat and consists of the following: (i) the design principle and purpose of TADAT; (ii) the scoring methodology for each of the performance areas and indicators based on the TADAT Field Guide; (iii) the pre-assessment, assessment, and post-assessment phases of a TADAT diagnostic; and (iv) how to prepare a quality Performance Assessment Report (PAR). In addition, the workshop has discussion sessions where practice exercises and case studies mimicking real life situations are discussed. Finally, a one-hour TADAT online exam is conducted. Those who pass the exam (75 percent correct response) will receive a TADAT certificate. Following successful completion of the course, participants who have some international experience, may be invited to participate in conducting TADAT assessment in any other country. Participants will also be equipped to participate in an assessment of their own administration during the pre-assessment phase.

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    Course Objectives

    Upon completion of the workshop participants will be able to:

    • Understand the detailed methodology for conducting TADAT assessments; and
    • Apply TADAT either as an internal benchmarking tool in their own administration or may be invited to do peer-to-peer review for other jurisdictions.
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