The CITF Council is the senior body governing the institution. The powers of the Council are laid down in the CITF Statute, approved by the Government Decision no. 125 of 06.02.2018. The CTIF Council is composed of five members, including representatives of the Minister of Finance, the State Tax Service and the Customs Service. A representative of the civil society in the relevant field of CITF's activity is appointed as a member of the Council. The carried out activity as a member of the CITF Council is not remunerated.
The nominal composition of the Council, the president and the number of the CITF Council members have been established by the Order of the Ministry of Finance nr.63 of 16.03.2018, later amended by Orders no. 117 of 26.06.2018, no. 200 of 14.12.2018 and no. 44 of 05.03.2019.
CITF Council structure
Council President - follows to be appointed by the Ministry of Finance
Members of the Council:
Head of the tax and customs policies Department, Ministry of Finance
Deputy Director of the State Tax Service
Head of Legal Control and Compulsory Enforcement Department, Customs Service
Chairman of the Fiscal Committee of the National Association of Companies in the field of Information Technologies and Communications
The functions of the institution’s executive body are exercised by the CITF Director. He runs CITF's activities and is responsible for the proper performance of the functions assigned to the institution. The Director duties are stipulated in the CTIF Statute, approved by the Government Decision no. 125 of 06.02.2018.
The CITF Director is appointed after a public competition organized by the institution’s Council. The Director is selected, appointed and dismissed by the Minister of Finance, following the CITF Council decision.
Based on the results of running for the post of the CITF Director, held between February 18 and March 27, 2020, Mr. Vitalie Coceban was appointed in this position by the CITF Council Decision from 27.03.20, by the Order of the Minister of Finance no.353-p of 31.03.2020. The director's mandate is exercised by individual employment contract, for a period of five years.
The deputy directors of the institutions are appointed by the CITF Council, upon to the CITF Director proposal.