About Us

The Pacific Islands Tax Administrators Association (PITAA) was initiated in May 2003 during a seminar in Tonga which was attended by eight tax representative of the Pacific Island Countries (PICs). The seminar was organized by the Pacific Financial Technical Assistance Centre (PFTAC).

Our Mission

  • To be a forum where the tax administration and policy issues most relevant to Pacific Island countries can be discussed and where experiences can be shared.
  • Promote closer cooperation and coordination of information sharing in tax administration and policy formulation in pacific countries.
  • Help promote international standards and best tax administration practices, suitable to the characteristics of the Pacific Island countries.
  • Encourage taxation institutions to design and adopt strategies to modernize and enhance their effectiveness and efficiency.
  • Enhance administrative skills and encourage the development of high professional standards by facilitating training and the dissemination of resource materials.

Events Calendar

19th PITAA Annual Heads Meeting

August 22 - August 26
Tanoa International Hotel
Votualevu Road Nadi Airport
Nadi, Fiji
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Re-Advertised: Vacancy 02 of 2022 – Communication Officer

Click here for Advertisement: PITAA Vacancy Communication Officer Applications for this position should include a cover letter, current resume and qualifications with transcripts and an outline of […]

Vacancy 02 of 2022: Communication & IT Officer

PITAA has an established Secretariat in Suva, Fiji to manage its operations. The Secretariat pursues the coordination and implementation of the PITAA Heads Meeting and the […]

PITAA Strategic Plan

The PITAA Strategic Plan 2022 – 2024 is divided into four (4) Key Priority Areas namely:

  1. Drive Domestic Revenue Mobilization for Pacific Island Countries (PICs);
  2. Drive the knowledge base in the Pacific on tax matters – Facilitate regional capacity development;
  3. Promote tools to support good practice revenue administration; and
  4. Stakeholder Partnership to enhance Tax Organization Relationships.

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