Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Douglas Shulman has selected Sarah Hall Ingram as commissioner of the Tax Exempt and Government Entities Division and Steven T. Miller as commissioner of the Large and Midsize Business Division.
Ingram, who has served as Chief of Appeals for the past three years, previously served as TE/GE Deputy Commissioner from 2004-2006. Prior to that, she served as Division Counsel/Associate Chief Counsel for TE/GE, where she was responsible for providing legal services to TE/GE, as well as other parts of the IRS. Ingram began her career with the IRS in the former Tax Litigation Division in 1982.
Miller, who became TE/GE Commissioner in 2004 after overseeing the Exempt Organizations function since 1999, will become the new commissioner of the LMSB Division, which oversees tax administration for the largest corporations and partnerships in the U.S. He will replace Frank Ng, who is retiring in June.
As LMSB commissioner, Miller will be in charge of services and enforcement for over 80,000 corporations and partnerships that file with the IRS. He will also be involved in IRS efforts to increase international tax compliance by wealthy individuals and multinational corporations.
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