The Internal Revenue Service’s Whistleblower Office opened for business this month. The congressionally mandated program is designed to receive information that helps uncover tax cheating and provide appropriate rewards to whistleblowers.
Stephen A. Whitlock will serve as the office’s director. During his 27-year government career, Whitlock has led the agency’s Office of Professional Responsibility and helped run anti-fraud and abuse programs at the Defense Department.
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