Tax Administration : Improved Staffing of IRS' Collection Function Would Increase Productivity: Report to the Chairman, Subcommittee on Oversight, Committee on Ways and Means, House of Representatives

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The Office, 1993 - 53 lappuses
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11. lappuse - Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Oversight of the House Committee on Ways and Means, 101st Cong., 2d Sess.
1. lappuse - Its mission is to collect the proper amount of tax revenue at the least cost to the public, and in a manner that warrants the highest degree of public confidence in the Service's integrity, efficiency, and fairness.
15. lappuse - Further, the plan should provide a means for Collection to assess the impact of planned future technological, strategic, and organizational changes on Collection staffing needs and, if appropriate, to modify its plan on the basis of that assessment.
15. lappuse - Finally, the plan should include strategies for transferring Collection employees to other functions as a means of eliminating staffing imbalances. We also recommend that the Commissioner of Internal Revenue reconsider IRS' decision not to transfer Collection staff among field offices.
2. lappuse - Economic principles suggest that to be efficient, the allocation of staff should result in equal marginal productivity at each location. That is, the increase in productivity achieved by adding the next staff person should be the same for each location. In addition to not using staff productivity measures, ms' staff allocation methodology does not take into account future economic conditions that could affect workload.
14. lappuse - The plan should include the use of marginal productivity indicators and multiyear economic forecasts in the GAO/GGD-93-97 IRS' Collection Function Staffing methodology for determining the number of staff each field office should have.
5. lappuse - Objectives, Scope, and Methodology In response to your request, our objectives were to determine whether there have been differences among IRS...
14. lappuse - IRS continues to rely on overall staff growth and attrition as the primary means of eliminating...

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