Tax Policy Research Government Manager Salary in United States

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Average Salary for Tax Policy Research Government Manager in United States

The average salary of a(n) Tax Policy Research Government Manager in United States is $96,219.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Tax Policy Research Government Manager in United States is $46.26.

The average bonus of a(n) Tax Policy Research Government Manager in United States is $7,178.00.

Job Description:

Manages the analyses of all tax laws, the development of complex agency or state policies, regulations, legislative proposals, and impact statements, and the application of these to novel situations. Manages the agency's centralized policy analysis and development function in the review, analysis, evaluation, and development of agency or statewide policies, procedures, regulations, and/or legislation. Develops and recommends the operating budget. Plans, develops, and maintains the agency regulations process by reviewing and approving proposals for technical consistency, facilitating the requirements of existing regulations, and determining the need for revisions. Reviews and approves impact statements. Serves as spokesperson and liaison on policy, regulatory, or legislative matters by interpreting department programs, concerns, issues, and proposals to taxed entities, governmental agencies, special interest groups, legislative bodies, and the public. Oversees the development of research methods and their application to studies which examine policy issues including economic concerns, enforcement implications, and other programmatic effects. Recruits and selects staff and recommends changes in resource allocation, staff needs, and workload adjustments. Manages staff by developing performance standards, conducting performance evaluations, initiating disciplinary actions, and delegating and reviewing technical and administrative activities. May provide staff assistance to executive management in such areas as replying to appeals in case work and/or conducting independent research on policy, program, regulatory, or legislative issues. May supervise and evaluate the work of Tax Policy Analysts. Less

Manages the analyses of all tax laws, the development of complex agency or state policies, regulations, legislative proposals, and impact statements, and the application of these to novel situations. Manages the agency's centralized policy analysis and development function in the... More

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