The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration has released a report to Congress, outlining a trio of priority objectives for the upcoming year. The report highlights the office’s audit and investigative work conducted between April 1 and Sept. 30 of this year. During those six months, TIGTA reports that it has completed 118 audits, and in the process, identifying more than $258 million in total cost savings and $1.4 billion in increased or protected revenue.

In a letter accompanying the report, inspector general J. Russell George outlined his three priorities for 2007, which include:

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