The Internal Revenue Service is not doing a good job of managing its paper case files, according to a newly released report.

The Government Accountability Office found that the IRS does not have an effective process to ensure that paper case files can be located within the requesters' time frames. The missing case files can result in lost revenue, create unnecessary tax burdens, and make the case files unavailable for quality review groups and advisory groups.

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