September 17, 2008
IRS Oversight Board Meeting in Washington, D.C.
The IRS Oversight Board yesterday released a press release reporting on its September 9-10 meeting in Washington, D.C. to discuss the IRS’'s five-year strategic plan for 2010-2015. Among the highlights:
- The Board reviewed results from the IRS annual Employee Engagement Survey (right), which showed that 72% of IRS employees are satisfied or very satisfied with their jobs, a 3 percentage point increase from 2007, and a 21 percentage point from 2001.
- The Board discussed the activities of the IRS Whistleblower Office. In the first eight months of 2008, the IRS has been contacted by more than 800 whistleblowers with cases that allege $2 million or more in unpaid taxes.
- The Board said farewell to former (2006-2007) Board Chair Paul B. Jones, whose term as a member ends this month.
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