In his new role as Revenue Commissioner, Mr. Breslin will utilize a staff of more than 500 employees to maximize the collecting of taxes, water charges and other fees and fines owed to that City of Philadelphia. These funds provide support for Philadelphia schools and services.
Delores U. Davis is the Deputy Revenue Commissioner for Administration and Special Projects. In her new role, Ms. Davis is responsible for providing leadership to the Administrative Services Division, including, the Outgoing Mail Processing Center, Human Resources, Budget and Fiscal operations and Office Services. Delores joined the City of Philadelphia's Revenue Department in September 2008 where she served as the Special Assistant to the Revenue Commissioner and advanced to become the Administrative Services Director.Prior to her appointment to the Revenue Department, Ms. Davis worked for the City of Philadelphia's Office of Human Resources for 19 years. During that time, Ms. Davis held a variety of leadership positions including her most recent role as Deputy Director of Human Resources. In this role, she provided programmatic leadership, managed the performance measurement process for hiring services and identified and implemented improvements to the City's hiring process.Ms. Davis has many years of experience in pay evaluation, job design, labor relations, project management, recruitment, and employee testing and selection. She also has a passion for professional mentorship programs.
Since coming to the Department of Revenue in 2013, there has been a considerable IT impact by way of an automated customer service system, the installation of a new payment processing system and numerous technical improvements in the way we bill customers and collect revenue.
A member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., Mr. Daniels holds a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh, a Master's degree in Industrial Engineering from Pennsylvania State University, and a business certificate from Dartmouth University.