About the Department
The Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR) was created by an Act of the Indiana General Assembly on Feb. 18, 1947. The DOR is headed by Commissioner Adam Krupp. The DOR is responsible for providing service to Indiana citizens regarding state tax matters. Additionally, the DOR administers state tax laws, develops regulations and makes decisions about tax policy.
Mission and Vision Statements
To serve Indiana by administering tax laws in a fair, secure and efficient manner.
To be recognized as the premier tax administrator in the nation and a great place to work.
To serve the public and properly administer the tax laws, DOR employs approximately 750 full-time and part-time employees.
The DOR is headquartered at the Indiana Government Center located in downtown Indianapolis. It also maintains operation of the Returns Processing Center and the Motor Carrier Services Division at the Ameriplex complex, west of Indianapolis. Additionally, DOR provides service through 12 district offices located throughout Indiana, and representatives in nine other states. The DOR conducts operations through 10 internal divisions, each responsible for a specific business function:
- Office of Commissioner
- Forms Revision
- External and Internal Communications
- Audit and Compliance Operations
- Field Audit
- Out of State
- Audit Support and Desk Audit Discovery
- Special Investigations Unit
- Sales Tax Refund
- Voluntary Disclosure Program
- Delinquency Service
- Inheritance Tax
- Protest Review
- Legal Chief
- Tax Policy
- Customer Service
- Customer Contact
- Special Tax and Support Administration
- Returns Processing Center
- Motor Carrier Services
- Information Technology
- Human Resources
- Operations and Organizational Improvement
- Office of the Taxpayer Advocate
- Internal Controls
There are many career opportunities within DOR.
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