Washington (May 6, 2003) -- Robert M. Brown, a CPA, attorney and former partner in the Washington National Tax Practice of KPMG, has been nominated for the position of associate chief counsel (Income Tax & Accounting) in the Internal Revenue Service Office of Chief Counsel. Brown will join the office on May 12, 2003, and will serve as acting associate chief counsel (Income Tax & Accounting) until his approval process is complete.
As associate chief counsel (Income Tax and Accounting), Brown will direct more than 100 attorneys and tax law specialists who provide legal advisory services with respect to tax accounting and other income tax matters to the IRS, the Department of the Treasury, and to other government agencies and the public.
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