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There's a great one-page summary of projected compliance by federal agencies on House Majority Leader Dick Armey's site. The figures look as if they're from Representitive Stephen Horn's new report card.

Here's the link:

There are projections about how much remediation will be finished per agency in March, 1999. There's also a column showing what year(!) departments and agencies are expected to finish their remediation.

There are three major agencies projected to finish their remediation of all mission-critical systems AFTER 1999. The three are the Department of Defense, the State Department, and the Department of Transportation.

Does anyone know what department or agency the IRS is a part of?

-- Kevin (, February 23, 1999


"Does anyone know what department or agency the IRS is a part of?"

Yep - they come under the department of fear and loathing :)

Thanks for the links Kevin, your American tax dollars at work folks... :)

-- Andy (, February 23, 1999.

Non-management personell at IRS are members of Nat'l Treasury Employees Union.

I'm married to a former TSR (phone answerer). She used to answer the "1-800-Where's my refund BITCH' phone here in Cleveburg


(we didn't much like the job from March 10-May 1)

-- Chuck, night driver (, February 23, 1999.

My 1040 form says Department of the Treasury-Internal Revenue Service

Thanks for the links Kevin

-- Chris (, February 23, 1999.

So much improvement in so little time? How did these agencies do this so fast? Or did they?

-- FM (, February 23, 1999.

I have tried hard not to just accept all the negative views on this forum and think for myself --- but these grades convince me of the worst more than ever. From C to A or even F to A in just 6 months!

What a joke - if it were that easy to fix NO ONE, even in the Government, would have gotten excited.

--- I guess I'm stopping at the store on the way home from work again..................

-- (, February 23, 1999.

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