The Internal Revenue Service's Electronic Crimes Program needs to have more controls in place, says a new report.

The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration noted in its report that the IRS's E-Crimes Program enjoys an excellent reputation throughout the law enforcement community for digital evidence forensics, but warned that the absence of some program-level processing controls has created risks that could compromise investigations in worst-case scenarios. 

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