Organisational Structure

Our structure is designed around our customer base. Revenue Regions are responsible for customers within their geographical area, except for those large corporates and high wealth individuals dealt with by the Large Cases Division. We also have policy, legislation and interpretation functions.

There are 16 Divisions within Revenue made up as follows:

  • Four Regional Divisions
  • Large Cases Division
  • Investigations and Prosecutions Division
  • Four Revenue Legislation Service Divisions
  • Planning Division
  • Corporate Services & AGs Division
  • Corporate Affairs & Customs Division
  • Revenue Solicitor's Division
  • Information, Communications Technology and Logistics Division
  • Collector General's Division

Revenue's Organisational Structure - Divisional Roles and Contact Numbers

Division Description of Revenue Role Contact Numbers
Administration Divisions
Corporate Services and Accountant General's Division Responsible for Revenue’s human resource management strategies, including workforce planning, recruitment, training and capability development, financial and information management, corporate reform and internal audit functions. Also responsible for the accounting and reporting of all taxes and duties collected by Revenue and associated banking functions. 00 353 1 647 5000
Corporate Affairs and Customs Division Responsible for the development of policy, legislation and international functions for Customs. Also responsible for developing Revenue’s corporate strategy, performance measurement and reporting, communications and statistics and economic research functions. 00 353 1 647 5000
Information, Communications Technology and Logistics Division Responsible for enabling Revenue achieve its strategic business goals through the provision of secure, reliable and quality information and communications technology services and through innovation, adaptability and new advances in technology. Also responsible for the management and delivery of logistical services central to running Revenue. 00 353 1 647 5000
Planning Division Responsible for overseeing the development and implementation of innovative operational business policies along with the design of new, enabling business processes.  Also carries out evaluation of operational programmes and performance. 00 353 1 647 5000
Revenue Solicitor's Division


Investigations and Prosecutions Division
Responsible for providing comprehensive legal support services for Revenue including in the conduct of litigation and appeals and in the prosecution of criminal offences.

Also responsible for the management, development and co-ordination of Revenue's investigations and prosecution activity.
00 353 1 647 5000
Collector General's Division Responsible for the collection and lodgement of the major taxes. Also responsible for the implementation of debt management programmes, including appropriate interventions to maximise timely compliance and for enforcement action against those who fail to comply. 00 353 61 310 310
Revenue Legislation Services
Personal Taxes Policy and Legislation Division Responsible for the development of personal tax and capital taxes policy at national and EU level and responsible for managing policy, legislation and interpretation functions for personal and capital taxes (excluding capital gains tax). 00 353 1 647 5000
Business Taxes Policy and Legislation Division Responsible for the policy, legislation and interpretation functions for capital gains tax (CGT), corporation tax, incentives, financial services and other business taxes. 00 353 1 647 5000
International Tax Division Responsible for engagement with EU and OECD on direct taxation, including participation in, and appropriate responses to, the OECD/G20 Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) project; expanding and updating Ireland’s tax treaty network; transfer pricing-related, case-specific, mutual agreement procedures (MAP) and advance pricing agreement (APA) negotiations with other tax authorities, together with participation in OECD and EU transfer pricing policy development; ensuring Revenue is seen to provide, and receives, taxpayer-related information in accordance with exchange of information (EOI) agreements. 00 353 1 647 5000
Indirect Taxes Policy and Legislation Division Responsible for the development of indirect tax policy at national and EU level and for ensuring the efficient and effective administration of VAT, Excise and Vehicle Registration Tax. 00 353 1 647 5000
Revenue Regions responsible for all customer service, compliance and audit functions relating to customers resident in and businesses managed and controlled in the counties shown. Regions are sub-divided into Revenue districts.
Border Midlands West Region Responsible for the management and development of service and risk-based compliance functions relating to customers resident in, and businesses managed and controlled in, the BMW Region. Also responsible for implementing Customs controls in the BMW Region and for national functions in the Central Repayments Office (Monaghan), VIMA Office (Dundalk), ROS Helpdesk (Castlebar) and the National Prosecutions & Seizures Office (Bridgend). 00 353 91 576 350
Dublin Region Responsible for the management and development of customer service and risk-based tax and duty compliance functions in the Dublin Region, including the operation of Customs controls in Dublin Airport, Dublin Port and the Dublin Mail Centre and the administration of the National Stamp Duty Office. 00 353 1 633 0890
East & South East Region Responsible for the management and development of service, compliance and audit functions relating to customers resident in and businesses managed and controlled in the East & South East Region. Also responsible for the Central Vehicle office, the National Excise Licensing office, and the Portlaoise Mail Centre. 00 353 51 862 700
South West Region Responsible for the management and development of customer service and risk-based tax and duty compliance functions in the South West Region, including the national responsibility for the Maritime Unit and Deep Rummage Team. 00 353 21 6027000
Large Cases Division Responsible for the management and development of service, compliance and audit functions relating to the largest businesses and wealthiest individuals in the State and for challenging tax avoidance transactions using the General Anti-Avoidance Rule. 00 353 1 647 0710

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