Greg James
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Greg James

Inland Revenue / Te Tari Taake

Deputy commissioner, transformation

  • Appointed June 2013.
  • Background in transformation and change, leading a number of large-scale programmes.
  • Previously held executive roles at Fonterra as director information systems, global business process and global procurement, and as acting CIO of Telecom Retail.

Career

Sustema Consultants ltd
Director
Jan 1987 - Dec 2004
Fonterra
Director Global Procurement, IS & Global Business Process
Jan 2004 - Mar 2009
DJA
Director
Jan 2009 - May 2013
Telecom
Acting CIO Telecom Retail
Jan 2010 - Dec 2011
Inland Revenue / Te Tari Taake
Deputy Commissioner - Change
Jun 2013 - Present

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