ISLAMABAD  -  A group of sixty-nine senior civil servants participating in the 98th National Management Course (NMC) and faculty of National School of Public Policy (NSPP) visited Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) house.

Member Facilitation & Taxpayers’ Education (FATE) Riffat Shaheen Qazi welcomed the group. She briefed the visiting officers and faculty of NMC about the organizational structure, working and revenue collection performance of FBR. She highlighted the challenges faced by FBR and proposed way forward to tackle and resolve these issues.

The briefing was followed by a detailed questions & answers session. Chairman FBR Ansar Javed talked in detail about various initiatives launched by FBR to enhance revenue collection and to expand the tax base.

At the end of the Q&A session, the Rector National School of Public Policy Muhammad Ismail Qureshi thanked FBR for providing the participants of NMC with an opportunity to interact with FBR’s top management and to understand the grass-root issues facing the country’s economy and the revenue collection system.