Traci DiMartini, stepping down from her role as chief human capital officer at the General Services Administration, will move to IRS at the end of June.
The IRS is planning to allow some taxpayers to test out a free, online tax filing platform that’s run by the agency, before the Biden administration decides whether it should scale up the program for the rest of the public.
The IRS is warning House lawmakers that plans to eliminate nearly $80 billion in agency modernization funds would stall ongoing plans to improve taxpayer services.
IRS Commissioner Danny Werfel says the the agency will, in the coming weeks, shed more light on the agency’s hiring plans over the next decade.
Danny Werfel, a former acting IRS commissioner under the Obama administration, was sworn in Tuesday to serve as the agency’s 50th permanent commissioner.
With significant changes to Medicare Part D in the Inflation Reduction Act, a federal health expert says FEHB participants should reconsider their plan options to save money.
Among efforts to tackle climate change, protect public health and improve infrastructure, a top priority of the EPA budget request is rebuilding its workforce.
Managers at the IRS have definite hopes and expectations for the coming year, now that they have a confirmed commissioner and the expectation of extra money thanks to the Inflation Reduction Act.
If confirmed, Danny Werfel would be the first IRS commissioner to spend a significant portion of the $80 billion meant for the agency to rebuild its workforce and modernize its legacy IT over the next decade.
Maybe it's because nearly everyone pays taxes, but few annual reports get more attention than that of the taxpayer advocate's annual report to Congress.
The IRS, after getting $80 billion this summer to rebuild its workforce and modernize its legacy IT, is coming up with a plan to make the most of this funding over nearly a decade.
The General Services Administration has been busy since passage of the American Rescue Plan two years ago and, most recently, the Inflation Reduction Act. GSA is applying funds to fulfill several parts of the President's Management Agenda.
Should the government use its footprint in the mortgage market and disaster relief to force electrification of homes and schools? One group called Rewiring America thinks so, and it has a long list of agenda items.
The Republican-led House is looking at opportunities to eliminate duplicative federal agencies and programs, as well as defund the IRS.