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Putting Our People In Place

 
Steve Heminsley Director Organisational Development describes the new departmental structure in HMRC
 
Having established HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) on 18 April and established a clear remit and mission the pace of change is accelerating.
 
The new departmental structure is now finalised and the major elements are in place. Four core business areas have been established: Customer Units Corporate Functions Operations and Product & Process Groups. These units all report to the department's Executive Committee known internally as ExCom. Members of the committee have portfolios that span the organisational model and have responsibility for each aspect of HMRC's activity that is relevant to them (see Figure 1 overleaf).
Figure 1: HMRC Departmental Structure
 
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