Commissioner of the Revenue’s office receives accreditation

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Commissioner of the Revenue Becky Smith and staff

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LURAY — Page County Commissioner of the Revenue Becky Smith received notification last month that her office and staff had received re-accreditation from the Commissioner of the Revenue Association of Virginia.

“As you are aware, Accreditation is awarded only to those offices that have met rigorous standards set forth by the Commissioners of the Revenue of Virginia,” reads a Jan. 9 letter from the state association’s Career Development Program Committee Chair, T. Scott Harris.

“The twelve standards set forth by the Association include education requirements for the Commissioner and staff, customer service, personnel, and ethics policies, as well as assessment methodology,” the letter continues. “Your commitment to excellence is both a testament to you and your staff.”

A 2023 “plate” was sent to the local office to attach to its ongoing accreditation plaque.

Smith says that all of her staff members are certified master deputy commissioners, with the exception of the newest employee, who is working on her certification.

“You don’t just go in and get your certification, you work for it,” Smith said.

For more information about Page County’s Commissioner of the Revenue office,

visit the county’s website.



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  1. Outstanding! We all hate paying taxes, but if you all are going to be so competent keeping track of things, in a civilized way, it sure takes the edge off of it, knowing that paying taxes is doing some good.

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