The Aurangabad Commissionerate office is situated at Town
Centre, N-5 CIDCO, Aurangabad. The Aurangabad Commissionerate was carved out of the jurisdiction of Pune Commissionerate in 1983, but started actual functioning in
1984, has evolved and metamorphosed over the time. The Commissionerate had total Central Excise Revenue of Rs.180 crores in 1983-84. Now the during the year 2016-17 Central
Excise Revenue is Rs.1106.52 crores, Customs Revenue is Rs.281.21 crores and Service Tax Revenue of Rs.1088.69 crores.
The Aurangabad Commisssionerate originally had jurisdiction over Aurangabad, Ahmadnagar, Jalna, Nanded, Beed, Hingoli, Parbhani, Lathur, Osmanabad, Solapur, Nashik, Dhule and
Jalgaon Districts of Maharashtra. Further, Solapur district was separated and included in Pune-III Commissionerate in
1996, Nashik Commissionerate was formed by separating Nashik, Dhule, Jalgaon and Nandurbar Districts in 2002.
As a result of re-organisation of jurisdiction of Aurangabad Commissionerate in restructuring of CBEC implemented w.e.f. 15th October 2014, Aurangabad-IV Division was created which
comprised of Jalna-I, Jalna-II, Paithan-I, Paithan-II and Chikalthana Ranges. And also, Ahmednagar became part of Nashik Commissionerate.
Due to roll out of Goods and Services Tax from 1st July 2017 the jurisdiction of Aurangabad Commissionerate has been reorganised into Aurangabad Urban Division, Aurangabad Rural
Division, Jalna Division and Nanded Division.