The Internal Revenue Service's financial management systems and internal controls came under sharp criticism in a financial audit conducted by the Government Accountability Office.
The GAO said that while the IRS's fiscal 2007 and 2006 financial statements were fairly presented in all material aspects, serious internal control and financial management deficiencies made it necessary for the IRS to rely on resource-intensive compensating processes to prepare its financial statements.
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