It was just two months ago that Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Mark W. Everson touted his agency's enforcement results for the 2005 fiscal year.
In public remarks that ran mostly like a recitation of statistics, Everson said that at the mid-point of his five-year term heading up the agency, strong progress continued to be made on one of his three main goals -- the enhancement of enforcement activities.
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