Facing a series of budget cuts in recent years, the Internal Revenue Service is being urged to set a long-term strategy and use return on investment data to better manage budget uncertainty and set priorities at the agency, in a new report from the Government Accountability Office.

The report noted that since fiscal year 2010, the IRS budget has declined by about $900 million. As a result, funding is below fiscal year 2009 levels.

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