Greater transparency is at the heart of the Government's commitment to:
To find out more about the Government's commitment to transparency, read the Prime Minister's letters to Cabinet colleagues on:
In line with this commitment, HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has published the following information:
Reports and plans Information about HMRC business plans, which include financial information, Structural Reform Plans and departmental priorities.
Open Data Strategy, Transparency Implementation Plan and data catalogue HMRC's plans to publish open data and information on the types of data the department holds, including HMRC's data catalogue.
Performance and Management Information Information on HMRC performance indicators and management information, including Quarterly Data Summaries.
HMRC statistics National and official statistics covering the taxes, benefits and trade administered by HMRC.
HMRC research External research funded by HMRC.
Organisation data Information about HMRC people and organisation.
Procurement data Information about HMRC procurement and contracts.
HMRC Transparency consultation The informal consultation closed on 31 January 2011.
Meetings with external organisations Details of HMRC Permanent Secretaries meetings with external organisations and HMRC Officials meetings with the tobacco industry.
Other HMRC data Other categories of HMRC information.
To find out more about Transparency, see the Transparency section of the Number 10 website (Opens new window)
To find more data published by HMRC and other public authorities, and see how this data is being used, visit data.gov.uk (Opens new window).
To request information from HMRC, please see Freedom of Information.
For press queries about HMRC data releases please contact our Press Office.
For more information about HMRC's approach to transparency and related issues not covered by the contact points given above, please contact them at email@example.com.
Please note that HMRC cannot guarantee the security of emails you send to them or they send to you over the internet. Information sent by email over the internet is not secure and is at risk of being intercepted and read by people other than those it was intended for. Any information you send to HMRC by email is at your own risk.
If you have any doubt about the authenticity of an email you receive which claims to come from HMRC please do not follow any links within the email, disclose any personal details or respond to it. Forward it to us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.