(Bloomberg) President Barack Obama appointed Danny Werfel, controller of the White House budget office, as acting commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service.

Werfel on May 22 will replace Steven Miller, who was forced to resign on Wednesday following disclosure of the agency’s selective scrutiny of small-government groups seeking tax-exempt status. (See "IRS Commissioner Fired Over Tea Party Targeting.")

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