The Government Accountability Office has issued a report containing dozens of recommendations for ways the Internal Revenue Service should improve its internal controls.
Among the problems identified by the GAO were that summary information reported in the IRS's general ledger system for tax-related transactions could not be traced to the underlying detailed transaction records. The GAO also found that supervisory review procedures for the IRS's unpaid assessments estimation process were not effective in preventing or detecting errors.
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