IRS commissioner warns lawmakers about IT spending shortfall
In fiscal 2021 the agency had to request $600 million in interappropriation transfers to cover its IT spending shortfall.
IBM asks for more time to respond to whistleblower’s false audit complaint involving IRS
The tech giant wants until Sept. 30 to address Paul Cimino's allegations.
Code for America management seeks extra time in union recognition talks
The nonprofit’s management team has asked to delay a final decision on union membership eligibility until early October.
IBM $265M software fraud case moved forward by DC appeals court
A former IBM salesman says the company used a false audit to pressure IRS into a $265 million software license agreement.
Biden budget proposes 2.7% average pay increase for federal employees
It comes amid a push by the Biden administration to reverse changes made under the Trump administration.
The IRS wants help breaking into seized cryptowallets
The IRS's criminal investigation unit wants help as it tracks down and enforces cases of fraud and other violations of tax law.