Deputy Commissioner, Indirect Tax, Australian Taxation Office
Tim Dyce is currently the Deputy Commissioner for Indirect Taxes. Tim was appointed Deputy Commissioner in 2006 following a long and established career in the ATO.
Tim has an extensive technical background and has previously held lead roles in a number of businesses including Income Tax, Aggressive Tax Planning, GST and Excise. Tim is experienced in managing large and diverse client facing teams in the ATO.
Currently Tim has national responsibility for the ATO’s administration of the Goods and Services Tax as well as the relationship with the States and Territories; a role which carries significant responsibility in accordance with the obligations under the Intergovernmental Agreement between the Commonwealth government and the State and Territory governments.
As the Deputy Commissioner, Tim has national management responsibility for approximately 1300 staff who cover GST, Excise, Luxury Car Tax, Wine Equalisation Tax and a range of other taxes across areas of client advice, technical advice and the broader compliance programs for all segments of the business sector.
Tim sits on various internal and external committees and forums and is the Client Experience Owner for both Not for Profit entities and Excise entities in their capacity as taxpayers.
Conferences associated with Tim Dyce
Room 2 – IDQ workshop
E-Commerce: Rise and Risks
This workshop offers the opportunity to better understand issues related to e-commerce and to benefit from the experience of some top players in the field.