Washington (June 2, 2003) -- The IRS is exposed to potential loss due to errors or theft and an impaired reliability of current financial information needed to make decisions, according to the General Accounting Office's audit of the Internal Revenue Service.

The GAO report, issued as part of its annual audit of IRS financial statements, makes recommendations to address any new weaknesses and also follows up on open weaknesses identified in previous audits.

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