FRCA works on changing public perceptions
April 16, 2015 4:39 am
The Fiji Revenue and Customs Authority wants to be more effective, working towards changing public perception.
Chief Executive Jitoko Tikolevu says this is the reason behind a two – day event that begins tomorrow, aimed at raising the organization’s profile.
“For Friday, its CEO’s forum, whereby the Prime Minister will be Chief Guest and we’ve invited about 5 Speakers from abroad to come and share with us their experiences and information relating to facilitation, in fact the whole theme of this is to be partners with stakeholders as FRCA, you’ll note that those invited are from the private sector.”
In addition, FRCA is hosting its first ever Open Day to highlight its services and other government partnerships.
Tikolevu says the event will also provide an opportunity for the public to weigh in on how effective FRCA is, and what improvements need to be made.
“This is the whole purpose of arranging this whole forum to display what we have and show to the community, that we are FRCA, this is what we do, how can we improve and work closer together, more efficiently with stakeholders, i.e the government, the private sector and so on’’.
The FRCA Open Day will be held at Sukuna Park in Suva on Saturday.