IRS officially makes Nancy Sieger CIO after nearly two years on the job
She'll continue overseeing the hundreds of IT systems operating the U.S. tax infrastructure, as well as the nearly 7,000 employees maintaining them.
Connolly bashes Senate’s ‘short-sighted’ decision to kill TMF funding mid-pandemic
Connolly said he thought the House and Senate had reached a consensus agreement to fund the Technology Modernization Fund at around $5 billion or $6 billion.
‘No evidence’ IRS taxpayer information exposed by SolarWinds hack
Forensic reviews and network log analysis are ongoing within the nation's tax collector.
DHS and immigration authorities sued by ACLU over phone tracking
The organization wants to know how bulk databases of phone location data are being used by the agencies, which have refused Democratic senators' requests for their legal analysis.
Another agency draws attention of senators for warrantless use of phone data
Customs and Border Protection spent nearly half a million dollars on a subscription to Venntel's phone location database.
IRS under investigation for use of citizens’ phone location data
The inspector general is reviewing an IRS unit's subscription to a commercial database containing the phone location data of millions of citizens.