For every achievement that the Internal Revenue Service reaches when it comes to technology, there seems to remain a disconnect with the agency’s capability of fulfilling its longer-term strategic plans.

Just this week, the IRS released statistics that showed a number of technological highlights has been set during the 2007 tax filing season -- highlighted by the more than 76 million electronically-filed individual tax returns and more than 140 million visits to the agency’s Web site.

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