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Gamble Promoted to Deputy Commissioner of ADOR

August 24, 2016

State Revenue Commissioner Julie P. Magee would like to announce the appointment of Michael D. Gamble as Deputy Commissioner of Revenue, effective Aug. 1, 2016.
Gamble has more than 24 years of combined experience in various roles within the Alabama Department of Revenue, and he serves as the Department Secretary. Prior to being named Deputy Commissioner, Gamble served as Director of the Tax Policy and Research Division.
As Deputy Commissioner, Gamble is responsible for overseeing the Tax Policy and Research Division, Taxpayer Advocacy, the Motor Vehicle Division, the Discovery Unit and Human Resources.
Gamble began his career with ADOR in 1992. He held several managerial positions before serving as Assistant Director of the Motor Vehicle Division, where he was the project manager for implementation of the department’s Electronic Title Application Processing System (ETAPS).
“I am confident that, considering Mike’s experience, he will help the Department move into the future, to raise our level of customer service, and to implement new approaches to tax administration,” said Commissioner Magee.
Gamble is a certified public manager with a Bachelor of Science in accounting from Auburn University and a Master of Business Administration from Troy University.

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