The Welsh Revenue Authority (WRA) is committed to making transparency and accountability to the public a fundamental principle of how it operates as an organisation.

The Freedom of Information Act encourages public authorities to make as much information as possible available to the public proactively. We do this by publishing the data that people need to understand who we are, what we spend and what we achieve.

Under the act, we are required to adopt a publication scheme which contains information we routinely make available. We ensure that information is published in accordance with the scheme. Available information is grouped under the following ‘classes of information’.

Who we are and what we do

Organisational information, biographies and contacts

About the Welsh Revenue Authority 

Board members and biographies

Chief Executive's biography 

Contact us

Contact the Welsh Revenue Authority


The Welsh Revenue Authority’s commitments are:

  • to make transparency a part of how we operate
  • to move to publishing data by default wherever possible
  • to publish data in line with the public data principles
  • to make datasets available for re-use, and in a re-usable format where reasonable and practical
  • to keep our data under review, to examine and improve the amount and frequency of data released into the public domain
  • to link all datasets published on our web pages

We won’t publish information that is:

  • protected taxpayer information
  • protected from disclosure
  • in draft form
  • no longer readily available

All content is available under the Open Government Licence v3.0, except where otherwise stated.

What we spend and how we spend it

Financial information about projected and actual income and expenditure, procurement, contracts and financial audit.

How the Welsh Revenue Authority is funded

Details of department spending over £25K (monthly)

Welsh Revenue Authority Budget
(not yet published)

Welsh Revenue Authority Consolidated Annual Accounts
(first year’s accounts not due yet)

Chief Executive, Chair and Board Member 
Meetings – (details of quarterly meetings with external organisations)
(not yet published)

Pay, expenses and financial interests
(not published yet)


Public appointments to the Welsh Revenue Authority Board are made by Welsh Ministers. More details about public appointments.

Pay and benefits

The Welsh Revenue Authority mirrors the pay terms of the Welsh Government for non-senior civil service staff.

For senior civil service staff:
Senior Civil Service Review Body


Wales procurement policy statement.

What are our priorities and how are we doing

Strategies and plans, performance indicators, audits, inspections and reviews

Statistics and Open Data 
(not yet published)

Annual Report and Corporate Plan
(not yet published)

Freedom of Information policies

Public task statement

Responses to Freedom of Information requests
(not yet published)

Freedom of Information statistics
(not yet published)

Publications catalogue

Customer complaints policy
(not yet published)

How we make decisions

Decision-making processes and records of decisions

WRA Board minutes
(not yet published)

Open and closed consultations

Our policies and procedures

Current written protocols, policies and procedures for delivering our services and responsibilities

Privacy notice 

Information and records management policy

Retention and disposal schedule (“What to keep”)

Concordat on Welsh public records – the WRA is bound by the same legislation as the National Assembly for Wales and the Welsh Government

Welsh Government information management assessment (IMA)
(awaiting assessment)

Requesting Information, giving feedback and further information

We will make a significant amount of information available under our scheme. The benefits are that it makes information easily accessible and without charge. This means that, in many cases, the information you are looking for will already be available and there will be no need for you to make a formal request under the act.

You can email a request including the words ‘publication scheme’ in the subject heading. There is no charge for information which is provided electronically.

If you ask for information available on our website to be provided in paper format it may be necessary to make a charge. Each case is considered separately. For example, if a large amount of photocopying is required, or if the cost of postage of a large volume of paperwork is very high.

Most of the information included in our scheme will be current. However, for certain classes of information, it may be necessary to publish the information retrospectively.

Information will not be available through the publication scheme indefinitely. We are committed to providing the public with as much information as is practically possible. It is important that the information we provide is relevant and up to date.

We welcome your feedback on our progress and your suggestions for data that you would like us make available. The Freedom of Information Act encourages public authorities to make as much information as possible available to the public proactively.

You can contact the Welsh Revenue Authority as follows:

By email:

Welsh Revenue Authority
PO Box 110
CF37 9EH