• IRS Releases Six-Year Modernization Plan

    IRS Releases Six-Year Modernization Plan

    The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has released a six-year plan to improve information technology systems and services to taxpayers. The plan includes four “modernization pillars” that the agency plans to expand upon over time based on emerging needs, priorities, and partnerships with the tax community. Ultimately though, the plan depends on Congressional funding.

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Oklahoma Senator Produces Federal Government “Wastebook”

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In his second annual “wastebook,“ entitled Federal Fumbles: 100 Ways the Government Dropped the Ball, Senator James Lankford (R-OK) outlines what he refers to as a “small fraction of the wasteful and duplicative spending from our government over the last few years.”

Senators Scold IRS on Travel Expenses

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In a report released by the Senate Finance Committee, Republicans touted the need for Internal Revenue Service (IRS) employees to better follow federal guidelines and per diem rates.

Watchdogs Concerned about DOJ’s Spending, Technology

DOJ front door

Lawmakers and watchdogs are concerned the Justice Department cannot adequately track its spending on contracts, its staffing deficiencies, and its use of unreliable tech equipment.

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