As the House sets new deadlines to vote on the bipartisan infrastructure bill by the end of September, here are several provisions that might impact federal employees and their agencies.
The agency is hosting a series of training strategy industry days in August, outlining to vendors its requirements under the 2019 Taxpayer First Act.
The Professional Managers Association, which started with managers at the IRS, are solidly behind the big budget increase the agency would get under the Biden administration's 2022 plan.
The Biden administration is calling for an $80 billion investment in the IRS over the next decade, with the expectation that it will bring in $700 billion in tax revenue by shrinking the "tax gap" between what taxpayers owe and what the IRS collects every year.
The Social Security Administration sent the IRS data on 30 million Supplemental Security Income (SSI) recipients Thursday, which will allow the Treasury Department to move ahead on processing their Economic Impact Payments.
One thing you can say about working for the IRS, it's been exciting. Now the agency's Professional Managers Association has a new roster of leadership to take on a second filing season weirded out by the pandemic.
On FEDtalk this week, join host Jason Briefel for a discussion on the first week of the Biden Administration and what federal employee associations have in mind for the new administration and new presidency. The…
The IRS estimates it will need $4 billion in multi-year funding over the next five years to meet the goals of the 2019 Taxpayer First Act and its IT modernization plan.
The IRS is sending a second wave of pandemic stimulus payments, preparing to open this year’s tax filing season and Implement its largest reorganization in decades under the Taxpayer First Act.
The latest COVID-19 relief package drew on some of the lessons agencies and lawmakers learned in implementing the first round of loans, payments and direct aid earlier this year. The IRS, for example, will receive access to the Social Security Administration's death master file in hopes of more accurately disbursing economic stimulus payments.
Speaking in favor of the latest iterations of racial sensitivity and inclusion training, the president of the Professional Managers Association Chad Hooper.
A group of federal managers and senior executives are pushing the Trump administration to establish an emergency leave transfer program for employees struggling to balance their work and childcare responsibilities during the pandemic.
In today's Federal Newscast, new Census data analysis shows, the recession of 2008 and 2009 hit one segment of the population particularly hard.
Organizations that represent IRS managers and employees say they haven’t been given much detail on the agency resuming more of its operations.