A new government report finds that the Internal Revenue Service is mostly ready to deal with a flu pandemic like the H1N1 virus, but not entirely.
In 2006, the Homeland Security Council requested that the heads of various federal departments and agencies certify that their department or agency was addressing the applicable elements of pandemic planning set forth in a checklist it developed. In August 2008, the checklist was updated to reflect current federal government guidance.
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