Deputy Secretary, Revenue Group
Maryanne Mrakovcic commenced as Deputy Secretary, Revenue Group in May 2016.
In this position, Maryanne provides advice to the Government on revenue and taxation policy matters. The work of the Group includes the provision of revenue forecasts and costings of taxation policies, analysis of the economic and social effects of taxation policy proposals, undertaking consultations and advising on taxation policy options, instructing parliamentary counsel on the design of taxation laws and supporting the passage of taxation legislation through Parliament. The Group also contributes to public understanding of revenue matters through contributions to budget and other government publications.
Prior to her current role, Maryanne was Associate Secretary of the Fiscal and Economic Group at the NSW Treasury. Maryanne held this position from February 2013 to May 2016. The Group advised on the State’s fiscal and economic strategy and played a key role in coordinating high-impact policy issues with state-wide economic implications. Maryanne was also responsible for the Financial Management Transformation Project involving significant reforms to financial reporting in the NSW public sector.
Prior to joining NSW Treasury, Maryanne’s career spanned 30 years with the Commonwealth Treasury including 5 years spent at the IMF. Maryanne has worked across all areas of Treasury and held senior roles including Chief Advisor (International) and Division Head roles including Tax Analysis Division, Industry, Environment and Defence Division, International Finance Division and Retirement and Personal Income Division, as well as Principal Advisor (Budget). While at the International Monetary Fund, Maryanne spent the first 2 years as an Advisor in the Office of the Australian Executive Director, before joining The European Department where her time was spent advising countries undergoing the transformation from centrally planned to market economies.
Maryanne holds a Masters of Economics from the Australian National University and a Bachelor of Arts (Honors) (Economics) from the University of Sydney. Maryanne has also completed the INSEAD Advanced Management Program.