ISLAMABAD - The Federal Board of Revenue on Wednesday reshuffled its top management by replacing its top guns apparently due to bringing structural reforms in the tax department. According to the details, the FBR has replaced its five Members, as Mehmood Alam (BS-22) has been appointed as Member SP&S at FBR. Tahir Raza Naqvi as Member Administration, Ibrar Ahmad Khan as Member RGST/ERPS, Ahmad Dildar has been appointed as Member Legal. In a major move, Member Customs Munir Qureshi, whose name was given by FBR to the Supreme Court in the ISAF containers case, has been replaced with Mumtaz Haider Rizvi. The FBR has also decided to reorganise the structure of the tax board. The FBR, headed by the Chairman, shall henceforth comprise of nine Members against earlier fifteen members. Sources told The Nation that the government had made changes in order to improve its tax administration. The FBR is facing an uphill revenue target of Rs1604b target in the current financial year at a time when it has failed to introduce new tax measures including flood tax, reform general sales tax (RGST) and increase in special excise duty. Therefore the FBR is trying to bring structural reforms in the board. Meanwhile, several others tax officers of BS 19/20 were replaced with immediate effect by the FBR. Khalid Mehmood (BS-20), Collector, Model Customs Collectorate of Port Muhammad Bin Qasim, Karachi has been transferred as Chief FBR (Hq), Islamabad, Muhammad Younas Khan (BS-20), was working as Chief Commissioner, Regional Tax Officer, Islamabad, has been transferred as Collector, Model Customs Collectorate, Peshawar. Nasir Masroor Ahmad (BS-20) transferred as Commissioner Inland Revenue, Large Taxpayers Unit, Karachi. Similarly, Fateh Muhammad Shaikh (BS-20) was working as Collector, Model Sustoms Collectorate of Preventive, Karachi, has been transferred to Chief, FBR (Hq), Islamabad. Additionally six others high ups of the FBR have also been reshuffled.