Alabama State Revenue Commissioner Julie P. Magee was elected President of the Federation of Tax Administrators’ Board of Trustees (FTA) on March 16 due to a vacancy caused by the resignation of previous president Dawn Cash.
“I am honored the board has placed their confidence in me to step in and fill this position,” said Magee. “We will continue striving to improve the standards and methods of tax administration, which will ultimately benefit taxpayers.”
The Federation of Tax Administrators, organized in 1937, is a nonprofit organization that serves the principal tax collection agencies of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the city of New York. The work of the FTA is directed and governed by an 18-member board of trustees, composed of tax administrators representing all regions of the country. Its mission is to improve the standards and methods of tax administration.