PHOENIX — The Internal Revenue Service is seeking applicants for vacancies on the Advisory Committee on Tax Exempt and Government Entities, with the closing date for submitting applications Sept. 4. The committee provides advice and public input on the various areas of tax administration served by the Tax Exempt and Government Entities division.
Vacancies exist in the following customer segments:
- Employee plans | two vacancies
- Exempt organizations | two vacancies
- Federal, state and local governments | one vacancy
- Indian tribal governments | one vacancy
- There are no vacancies in tax exempt bonds
Members are appointed by the Department of the Treasury and serve three-year terms, beginning in June 2016. Applications will be accepted through Sept. 4.
The Advisory Committee on Tax Exempt and Government Entities, also called ACT, is an organized public forum for the IRS and representatives who deal with employee plans, exempt organizations, tax-exempt bonds, and federal, state, local and Indian tribal governments. The ACT allows the IRS to receive regular input on administrative policies and procedures of TE/GE.
Applicants must complete ACT Membership Application Form 12339-C. Incomplete applications will not be processed. Applications should reflect the proposed member’s qualifications. A notice was published in today’s Federal Register that contains more details about the ACT and the application process.
Applications should be sent by fax at 888-269-7419 or email.
If you need help applying, please call 202-317-8798.
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