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The Exempt Organizations Examination Support Section Accurately and Timely Processed Closed Examinations, But Controls Over Case Receipt Can Be Improved February 2003

By Milbourn, Gordon C., Iii

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Title: The Exempt Organizations Examination Support Section Accurately and Timely Processed Closed Examinations, But Controls Over Case Receipt Can Be Improved February 2003  
Author: Milbourn, Gordon C., Iii
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Language: English
Subject: Government publications, Economics., United States. Department of the Treasury--Appropriations and Expenditures.
Collections: U.S. Department of the Treasury Collection
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Publisher: United States Department of the Treasury

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Milbourn Iii, G. C. (n.d.). The Exempt Organizations Examination Support Section Accurately and Timely Processed Closed Examinations, But Controls Over Case Receipt Can Be Improved February 2003. Retrieved from http://netlibrary.net/


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Excerpt
Excerpt: In summary, we determined that the ESS accurately and timely closed EO Examination cases. However, we identified a control weakness that increases the risk that completed examination cases may not be received by the ESS. At the time of our review, the closing unit?s personnel could not be certain that completed examinations assigned to the unit were actually received. If the cases had not been received, any additional tax proposed after an examination may not have been assessed.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents Background ...............................................................................................Page 1 Cases Were Accurately and Timely Processed After Examination............Page 2 Recommendation 1: ........................................................................ Page 4 Controls Over the Receipt of Cases Can Be Improved .............................Page 4 Recommendations 2 through 4: ...................................................... Page 7 Appendix I ? Detailed Objective, Scope, and Methodology .......................Page 8 Appendix II ? Major Contributors to This Report........................................Page 9 Appendix III ? Report Distribution List .......................................................Page 10 Appendix IV ? Outcome Measures............................................................Page 11 Appendix V ? Management?s Response to the Draft Report .....................Page 12


 

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