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Information Technology: IRS Needs to Improve Its Processs for Prioritizing and Reporting Performance of Investments
David A. Powner (au)
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) relies extensively on information technology (IT) to annually collect more than $2 trillion in taxes, distribute more than $300 billion in refunds, and carry out its mission of providing service to Americaäó»s taxpayers in meeting their tax obligations. For FY 2016, IRS planned to spend approximately $2.7 billion for IT investments. Given the size and significance of these expenditures, it is important that Congress be provided information on agency funding priorities, the process for determining these priorities, and progress in completing key IT investments. Accordingly, this report (1) describes IRSäó»s current IT investment priorities and assesses IRSäó»s process for determining these priorities; and (2) determines IRSäó»s progress in implementing key IT investments. Tables and figure. This is a print on demand report.
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