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Clarification - criminal investigation division.

A previous IRS Update item, "Criminal Division to Be Investigated" (see JofA, Jan.93, page 21), erroneously stated a 1992 law (PL 102-393) required a study of the criminal investigation division (CID) partly because of "allegations of criminal activity and abuses by CID employees." The law's study requirement did not stem from these allegations; rather, it was prompted by Congress's desire to study the CID'S management.

A congressional subcommittee studied criminal activity allegations for four years and issued a report, IRS'S Program To Combat Senior-Level Misconduct, (see H. Rept. 102-1065, 11/23/92).
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Publication:Journal of Accountancy
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Date:May 1, 1993
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