Larry R. Levitan, a longtime partner at Andersen Consulting and the inaugural chairman of the Internal Revenue Service's Oversight Board, died at his home here after a battle with cancer. He was 65.After his graduation from college, Levitan spent the ensuing 34 years with Andersen Consulting and consulted on telecommunications and utilities issues.

In 2000, then-President Bill Clinton appointed him the first chairman of the IRS Oversight Board, where he remained a board member until 2005.

He also served as a board member of Choice Hotels International and FBR Mutual Funds.

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