An Internal Revenue Service program that is supposed to be able to refer potential tax fraud cases to IRS criminal investigators needs to be improved, according to a new report.

The report, by the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration, examined the effectiveness of the IRS’s Collection Fraud Referral Program, and whether the IRS’s Collection function is adequately considering, identifying and developing fraud cases for referral to the IRS’s Criminal Investigation division.

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