Ali Noroozi accepts Labor’s request to review policies and procedures following high-profile fraud allegations

The inspector general of taxation has agreed to review the Australian Tax Office’s internal controls against the risk of fraud after one of its highest-ranking officers, Michael Cranston, was charged with alleged abuse of public office.

Ali Noroozi, the inspector general, says he will review the ATO’s practices and procedures “to prevent, detect and address” fraud or potential fraud within the organisation, and see how ATO staff are trained.

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