A delegation from the Rwanda Revenue Authority (RRA) is in Liberia on the invitation of the Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) to provide best practices and technical assistance in risk and compliance management.
While in Liberia, the experts from the RRA have presented standards and best practices to enhance LRA’s technical capacity in tax compliance management.
During a technical engagement on Thursday, December 7, the RRA delegation shared experiences with LRA on ways of structuring risk engine as a driver for strengthening compliance management.
Discussion also covered alternative structures for administering the risk program institutionally.
The delegation is headed by Mr. Munyentwali Gadi, RRA Deputy Commissioner General for Compliance and Risk Management and Ms. Nicole Dakuba, an IT expert. Their mission to Liberia was facilitated by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) through its Fiscal Affairs Department (FAD), and AFRITAC West 2
Both experts worked with the LRA Team responsible for Enterprise Risk Management and the Operational Risk Teams from both Domestic Tax and Customs.
On August 24 2017 in Kigali, the two revenue bodies entered into a knowledge sharing MOU .The visit is an actualization of the intent of the MOU.
LRA Commissioner General Elfrieda Stewart Tamba welcomed the Team from Rwandan and lauded the ongoing collaboration with the RRA.
She stated that the partnership with RRA would help the ongoing technical transformation underway at LRA. CG Tamba also thanked the IMF for approving LRA request for the Rwandans. The Rwandans formed part of the IMF FAD Mission currently underway at the LRA.