Are you interested in contributing to the CIOT's responses to consultations?
The CIOT aims to include input from its members in its responses to consultations, including those issued by HMRC, HM Treasury and the European Commission. As most of the preparation of responses is done by email or online survey many members can participate; practical experience is particularly helpful when we are preparing technical responses.
What do sub-committees do?
Each sub-committee considers and makes representations to Government on consultations, legislation (existing or proposed) or other material within their remit.
What do sub-committee members do?
- input to both public consultations and private submissions to influence tax changes
- draft technical representations for the CIOT Technical sub-committee to consider submitting
- volunteer to attend meetings on behalf of the CIOT
Benefits of Technical Sub-Committee Membership
- Opportunity to be at the forefront of the development of taxes in the UK
- Time spent on technical matters as part of Committee work may count towards the annual CIOT and ATT CPD non-reading requirements
- Career enhancement
- Attendance at sub-committee meetings for core members; opportunity to apply for reserve places to attend sub-committee meetings for virtual members
- Opportunity to get to know influential members of the tax profession and HMRC
- Opportunity to help influence changes to tax legislation through contribution to CIOT submissions
- Access to restricted Technical intranet area of CIOT website
- Sight of papers relating to confidential meetings on tax matters, before they reach the public domain
- Opportunity to participate in open discussions of relevant issues
How to get involved
Any CTA wishing to become involved in the CIOT's technical work should:
- see the attached sub-committee pack for more information
- contribute comments on a few public tax consultations, as highlighted on the 'Open consultations' page http://www.tax.org.uk/taxpolicy/openconsultations; then
- follow the link above to the sub-committee remit which most closely reflects their expertise
- complete the online form and attach a short CV or biography
130115 Sub Committee Pack.pdf
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Core and virtual members
Sub-committee members are experts in their field who volunteer to make a contribution to the work of the CIOT and agree to a confidentiality rule.
- Virtual members - New sub-committee members usually join as virtual members who see most papers, both public and confidential and contribute as their time allows.
- Core members - More experienced members are invited to be become core members, and attend sub-committee meetings (approximately quarterly), to approve input to Government and steer the work of the sub-committee.
Sum-committee remits and online application forms:
If you would like to discuss any aspects of becoming a sub-committee member, contact the Technical Team at firstname.lastname@example.org or via http://www.tax.org.uk/tax-policy/ContactUs and a Technical Officer will call you back.