1986 Tax Filing Season: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Oversight of the Committee on Ways and Means, House of Representatives, Ninety-ninth Congress, Second Session, March 4, 1986
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1986 - Electronic books - 165 pages
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able According Accounting action additional Adjustments Anthony APPENDIX areas assistance Austin blocks capacity caused Chairman Pickle changes Chief Command Center Commissioner committee completed Computer Branch concerned continue contract correct correspondence December delays discussed Division documents effective Egger employees equipment errors examiners example expect experienced February filing season Finch Form functions going Guarini handle identified improved increase indicated individual Internal Audit inventory involved issued January March million months National Office notices occurred operations payment penalties percent period personnel Philadelphia plans position preparer problems procedures processing processors programs PSC's questions receipt received record refund replacement request require resolution resolved Response result returns processing schedule Schulze service center Specifically staff staffing Subcommittee tapes tax returns taxpayers telephone terminals Unit unpostable week
Page 44 - Division, US General Accounting Office Mr. Chairman and Members of the Subcommittee, we are pleased to be here today to discuss the Health Care Financing Administration's (HCFA) ability to meet its new and growing responsibilities.
Page 5 - INDIANA Mr. Chairman : I want to take this opportunity to express to you and to the members of the...
Page 20 - Hearing before the Subcommittee on Oversight of the House Ways and Means Committee and the Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations of the House Committee on Education and Labor.
Page 33 - I would be happy to. [The following was subsequently submitted for the record...
Page 147 - As a result, most taxpayers received at least one erroneous balance due notice. Some received additional notices depending on either their liability amount or their prior delinquency history. Erroneous levies were issued on five taxpayers, one erroneous lien was filed, and many taxpayers were erroneously assessed penalty and interest.
Page 88 - Thank you very much. [Whereupon, at 12:30 pm, the hearing was adjourned.] [Submissions for the record follow...
Page 148 - Center when the tape was not processed for two weeks to determine the status of the unprocessed reel which was not contained in this report. The Data Control Unit was advised that the tape was in process; however, no follow-up was made when subsequent weekly reports showed that the tape was not processed.
Page 151 - Also, the report is not distributed to the National Office. A cumulative report that is also distributed to the National Office would alert top level management of a serious delay (minimum two weeks - maximum three weeks). This should ensure that adverse taxpayer impact is prevented.
Page 149 - Chief, who was directly responsible for ensuring timely replacement tape processing, was selected without the required experience qualifications. To compensate for the lack of experience, a formal training agreement was established with this employee. The training was designed to provide the Section Chief with the knowledge needed to effectively perform the critical functions of coordinating and controlling Computer Branch activity. The training agreement, however, was not implemented.