Washington (April 19, 2004) -- President Bush's nominee, Donald Korb, has been sworn in as the 46th chief counsel for the Internal Revenue Service.

IRS Commissioner Mark W. Everson and Treasury Department general counsel Arnold I. Havens administered the oath of office to Korb last week. Under the IRS Restructuring and Reform Act of 1998, the chief counsel reports to both the IRS commissioner and the Treasury general counsel.

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