The new fraud detection system that the IRS has been developing since the beginning of 2012 needs some more work to make sure that it is successfully deployed and implemented.

The report from the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration looks at the IRS’s Return Review Program, which is being developed to replace its current Electronic Fraud Detection System. The EFDS has been in place since 1994 and is not expected to be viable after 2015, but TIGTA wanted to make sure that the IRS was “adequately managing the development risks associated” with the development of its replacement.

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