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IRS plans for modernization.

IRS Plans for Modernization

The IRS has recently released its plan for developing a modernized tax administration system. The design master plan took three years to develop and describes the various components of the system that will arise from the technological conversion.

The IRS says its basic strategy is to move from a fragmented paper-based operation to an integrated computerized system of electronic data. Projects associated with the development plan that have already been implemented include electronic filing and an updated system for researching name and Social Security number mismatches.
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Title Annotation:Internal Revenue Service
Publication:The National Public Accountant
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Sep 1, 1991
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