Mark W. Everson was confirmed by the Senate on May 1, 2003, as Commissioner of Internal Revenue, becoming the 46th commissioner since the agency was created in 1862. As commissioner, he presides over the continued reorganization and modernization of the nation’s tax administration agency, which currently has about 100,000 employees. He brings to the office a rare mix of public and private service, including a stint as a CPA with Arthur Andersen & Co. in New York.
In an interview with Accounting Today Senior Editor Roger Russell, Everson reflects on his experience during his first year in office and the issues affecting the agency.
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