New York (Jan. 16, 2003) -- The allure of the private sector called to Sean Foley, who answered the call by leaving his post at the Internal Revenue Service for a principal position at KPMG.Foley, a former director of the Advance Pricing Agreement program for the IRS, joined KPMG as a principal in the firm's International Corporate Services practice. There, he splits his time between the firm's New York and Washington offices.
"I had a great time there (at the IRS) and I gained a breadth of experience you just can’t see in a private practice," Foley said. "After five years at the IRS I felt I made the contribution that I could and it was time to move out. I’m excited about getting back into direct client work."
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