Canada Revenue Agency Board of Management
The Canada Revenue Agency is committed to being a world-class tax and benefit administration. The Board of Management supports this commitment and the Agency’s transformation, to further improve, accelerate, and excel, especially in the areas of service, people, financial resources, integrity and security, and innovation. The Board is also responsible for developing the Agency’s Corporate Business Plan which provides an overview of the CRA’s objectives, strategies, performance expectations and financial projections.
- Committees and subcommittees
- Board of Management Oversight - Assessment of performance
- Appointments to the Board of Management
Unlike the boards of Crown corporations, the Board is not involved in all the business activities of the CRA. In particular, the CRA Board has no authority in the administration and enforcement of legislation, which includes the Income Tax Act and the Excise Tax Act, for which the CRA remains fully accountable to the Minister of National Revenue.
We are committed to serving Canadians as valued clients, and we will ensure that the Canada Revenue Agency implements secure leading-edge services to meet their needs.
Roles and responsibilities of members
The Board of Management consists of 15 members appointed by the Governor in Council, 11 of whom have been nominated by the provinces and territories. The Commissioner and Chief Executive Officer of the CRA, who is a member of the Board, is responsible for the CRA's day-to-day operations.
- Roles and responsibilities of the Chair
- Roles and responsibilities of Directors
- Terms of reference for Committee chairs
Guidelines and by-laws
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