The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration released two reports related to the Internal Revenue Service’s Customer Account Data Engine 2 Program, suggesting that while the system has begun processing tax returns, there are still significant areas where improvement is necessary.

The CADE 2 Program aims to create a high-powered transactional database that will let the IRS and its staff access and process taxpayer data much more efficiently. It is currently in Transition State 1, the initial stage of implementing its centralized database of individual taxpayer accounts.

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