DOR’s Annual Public Hearing Set For June 26, Includes Online Access

(INDIANAPOLIS) – The Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR) will host this year’s annual public hearing on June 26, 2020, at 10 a.m. EST to provide customers with a general overview of the agency’s progress and allow direct feedback from the public.

“Giving Hoosiers a forum in which they can have their voices heard is just one of the ways DOR continuously improves and provides best-in-class service,” stated DOR Commissioner Bob Grennes who will provide updates on the agency’s successes, challenges and future. Chief Information Officer Kevin Gulley will also provide an update on Project NextDOR, the agency’s multi-year modernization initiative.


To adhere to social distancing guidelines, interested customers and stakeholders may attend the hearing in-person and follow the required safety guidelines or watch online.

  • To attend in-person, customers will need to RSVP by emailing by Thursday, June 25. Upon arrival, attendees are required to enter the public entrance and security checkpoint of Indiana Government Center North and then check-in at the first-floor lobby of DOR. All hearing attendees are encouraged to wear face masks.
  • To watch online, individuals can visit the annual public hearing section on DOR’s website at for the meeting link. Online viewers can log into the meeting starting at 9:45 a.m. EST and the meeting will begin promptly at 10 a.m. EST.


  • Individuals attending in-person or watching online may submit comments to DOR prior to the meeting by emailing by Thursday, June 25. All comments will be read aloud and included in the meeting minutes posted online after the hearing.
  • Individuals wishing to attend in-person and speak during the hearing are, again, encouraged to email to RSVP and reserve a speaker slot.

DOR will post a complete video of the hearing along with meeting minutes at