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IRS Case Selection: Automated Collection System Lacks Key Internal Controls Needed to Ensure the Program Fulfills Its Mission
James R. McTigue, Jr. (au)
The Internal Revenue Serviceäó»s (IRSäó»s) Automated Collection System (ACS) is one of the primary means for pursuing taxpayers who failed to fully pay their taxes or file their tax return in a timely manner. From FY 2012 through FY 2014, ACS staff has declined 20% while the number of unresolved collection cases at year-end has increased 21%. Given these trends, IRS must make informed decisions about the collection cases it pursues to ensure the program is meeting its objectives and mission. This report (1) describes the ACS process to prioritize and select collection cases and the results of that process for FY 2014; and (2) determines how well the ACS case prioritization and selection process supports the collection program mission and objectives. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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