Alexandria, VA (Aug. 5, 2002) -- The National Society of Accountants has honored Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Charles Rossotti for dedicated public service.
Rossotti assumed his duties as the 45th Commissioner of Internal Revenue in 1997. He previously served as Chairman of American Management Systems, a business and information technology form he helped found in 1970.
"NSA truly believes the U.S. taxpayer and the entire system benefited when you became Commissioner nearly five years ago," NSA president Steven Desdier remarked when he presented Rossotti with the award last week. "The process is still evolving, but the NSA believes that the IRS has worked more closely with the stakeholders in America's tax system than ever before."
-- Electronic Accountant Newswire staff
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