How the ATO Partnered for Success with COVID-19
Date and Time - TBA
Australian Government’s economic response to COVID-19 resulted in the ATO being directly responsible for deploying the
JobKeeper, boosting cash flow for employers and early access to super stimulus measures for businesses and individuals.
In delivering these measures, the ATO worked closely with Digital Service Providers to design, build and implement solutions in
record breaking time by leveraging existing infrastructure and the close relationship between the ATO’s Digital Partnership
Office and DSPs.
Assistant Commissioner for the Digital Partnership Office, Martin Mane, will be highlighting this work and the collaboration between
industry and government to provide these stimuli.
About the Speaker
Assistant Commissioner - Digital Partnerships & Strategy
Enterprise Solutions & Technology
Australian Taxation Office
Martin Mane is an Assistant Commissioner at the Australian Taxation Office (ATO). Martin heads up the ATO’s digital partnership and
strategy capability, working closely with Digital Service Providers who provide taxpayers, tax professionals, payroll specialists,
superannuation funds and others with the tools to make tax and other stuff just happen. Martin is leading the Australian Government’s
implementation of e-invoicing and works closely with international partners, to ensure Australian businesses can take advantage of the
efficiency opportunities available in digitising their supply chains.
Previously, Martin has led the investigation of new technologies such as blockchain, robotic process automation and artificial intelligence.
He has also lead many large and significant transformational projects including Single Touch Payroll, connecting the ATO to myGov and a
range of others.