The President's Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform holds its third meeting Tuesday, March 8 at Sago Networks, here. The witnesses invited are expected to provide the panel with perspective on corporate tax reform and how the tax system affects businesses and entrepreneurs. They include Jack Levin, senior partner in the international law firm of Kirkland & Ellis LLP; Douglas Shackelford, a CPA and professor of taxation at the University of North Carolina's Kenan-Flagler Business School; William Gentry, associate professor of Economics at Williams College; Sam Gibbons, chairman of Gibbons & Co., a former congressman and chairman of the Ways and Means Committee; Roger Harris, president and chief executive of Padgett Business Services; Todd Flemming, chief executive of Infrasafe Inc.; David Hurley, owner and principal of Landmark Engineering and Surveying Corp.; and Donald Bruce, assistant professor in the Center for Business and Economic Research and the Department of Economics at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Sago Networks is a technology services company that provides solutions for all of its customers' bandwidth and custom telecommunications needs.

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