The Internal Revenue Service has issued a report describing the changes it plans to address the problems with its approval process for reviewing applications for tax-exempt status.

The three-part report covers a wide range of areas that IRS principal deputy commissioner Daniel Werfel and his leadership team examined during the past month. The report cites actions to hold management accountable and identifies immediate steps to help put the process for approving tax-exempt applications back on track. Werfel also outlined actions needed to protect and improve wider IRS operations, ranging from compliance areas to taxpayer service.

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