In the wake of the alleged fraud involving the family of former Australian Taxation Office Deputy Commissioner Michael Cranston, Commissioner Chris Jordan said that the ATO will “remain open to looking at whether our processes, controls or systems need to be bolstered” in the interests of restoring the public’s trust in the agency.
Lead: Instability at the ATO to cue IT repairs
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