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IRS not alone in penchant for bashes

Jun 6, 2013
Expensive conferences are falling out of favor with federal agencies.
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What does teambuilding get you, anyway?

Jun 5, 2013
The IRS has come under heat for spending on conferences and teambuilding training, but teambuilding is big business.
Posted In: IRS, team building, human resources, workplace culture

What can save the IRS brand?

Jun 4, 2013
What does the ongoing IRS scandal mean for the IRS brand and what, if anything, can be done to shore it up?
Posted In: IRS, branding

Friday furloughs mean less services

May 24, 2013
Thanks to sequestration, roughly 115,000 federal workers at the IRS, EPA, HUD and OMB get an unpaid holiday. Does anybody really notice that the offices are closed on the first day of the long Memorial Day weekend?
Posted In: furlough, IRS, HUD, sequestration, sequester, government

The beat of the sequester furloughs marches on

May 24, 2013
As a result of sequester, the IRS, HUD, the EPA and Office of Management and Budget become part of the biggest wave of government office closures since 1995.
Posted In: sequester, furloughs, IRS, EPA, HUD

Meet Daniel Werfel, the new chief of the IRS

May 22, 2013
Daniel Werfel starts Wednesday as the new acting administrator of the Internal Revenue Service, succeeding Steven T. Miller, who resigned under pressure last week.
Posted In: IRS, Daniel Werfel

A week of scandal and taxes

May 17, 2013
Check out weekend reading picks (not about the IRS scandal) from our Weekly Wrap.
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The IRS's embarrassment creates free advertising for conservative groups

May 17, 2013
Revelations the IRS gave extra scrutiny to conservative groups applying for tax-exempt status has raised their profile, and for some, their fundraising.
Posted In: IRS, tea party

The problem of the IRS's dwindling credibility

May 16, 2013
The IRS was already in trouble even before this current scandal
Posted In: IRS, Daniel Werfel

What's ahead for the IRS?

May 16, 2013
To say the Internal Revenue Service is having a bad week is an understatement. And to top it all off, IRS Commissioner Steven Miller was just forced to resign. So how will that effect the rest of the agency responsible for collecting taxes to keep the U.S. government running?
Posted In: IRS, Steven Miller

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