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Extended pay freeze. Furloughs. Can it get any worse? In a word: Yes! Check out Senior Correspondent Mike Causey's column for more.
The embattled Internal Revenue Service faces a 24 percent cut to its budget next year, under a spending plan introduced by the House Appropriations Committee Tuesday. The IRS funding was included in the committee's Financial Services and General Government Appropriations bill, which also includes funding for the Treasury Department, the General Services Administration and the Executive Office of the President. The subcommittee is set to mark up the proposal Wednesday.
IRS head cancels management bonuses, says he will fight bonuses for union employees
House Republicans said IRS official Lois Lerner waived her right to remain silent by giving an opening statement in her hearing. Lerner still may testify before Congress with a variety of consequences.
Thousands of federal employees at four separate government agencies are required to take an unpaid furlough day July 5. Meanwhile, employees at two government agencies could see a diminished impact of furloughs.
House panel pressing IRS figure who refused to testify to return for more questions
Treasury investigator says IRS screened only a few progressive groups for political activity
The Internal Revenue Service said Wednesday it is seeking to cut its business relationship with a firm that may have had inside access to the agency's procurement decisions. Lawmakers also questioned agency decisions to award the company special status as veteran-owned and serving economically-disadvantaged areas.
Progressive groups also faced long delays in getting IRS to approve tax-exempt status
IRS official declines to testify during House hearing on government contracts
Watchdog: IRS credit cards used to buy wine for luncheon, romance novels for employee
New IRS chief: Improper screening was broader, lasted longer than previously revealed
IRS draws new criticism over $70M in employee bonuses, says it's bound by union contract
IRS official in DC, involved in scrutiny of tea party groups, contradicts earlier claims
'Conservative' IRS manager tells investigators that White House not involved in targeting
An Internal Revenue Service official whose division staged a $4.1 million training conference and who starred as Mr. Spock in a "Star Trek" parody shown at the 2010 gathering conceded to Congress on Thursday that taxpayer dollars were wasted in the episode.
IRS places 2 workers on administrative leave for accepting free food at lavish 2010 conference
The Internal Revenue Service held 225 employee conferences between 2010 and 2012, at a total cost of $49 million, according to a new report from the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA). The report also revealed the embattled agency used funding originally slated to hire front-line employees to foot most of the bill for a $4.1 million conference held in Anaheim, Calif., in 2010.
New IRS head says he is committed to restoring 'broken' trust in agency after tea party storm
Welcome to sequestration, which is currently the world's longest-running interactive game show starring you, your granny, and all your friends and neighbors, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says. The question is: Are you having fun yet?