Mark W. Everson Tapped As New IRS Commissioner: The Bush administration has nominated Mark W. Everson as the commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service.
Most recently, Everson served as deputy director of the Office of Management and Budget, the president’s chief management officer, with responsibilities for establishing management policies for all executive agencies in the areas of finance, human capital, procurement and information technology. Prior to that, he was controller of the Office of Federal Financial Management.
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