Intra-European Organization of Tax Administrations (IOTA)
1996 Warsaw Poland
Established during the 3rd Conference of Central and Eastern European and Baltic Countries’ Tax Administrations, Warsaw (Poland), 28–30 Oct 1996. Set up Dec 1996 with the launching of the Secretariat and the nomination of the first President and Executive Secretary.
To be a leading international tax organisation for practical collaboration and knowledge sharing on tax administration issues for its members and partners. IOTA is contributing to the progress of member tax administrations by delivering practical solutions, enhancing collaboration and facilitating the sharing of experience.
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General Assembly (annual); Presidency; Executive Council; Internal Auditors; Principal Contact Persons. Secretariat based in Budapest (Hungary).
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