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Judicial Watch • JW v. IRS March 2017 documents 00220 pg 19

JW v. IRS March 2017 documents 00220 pg 19

JW v. IRS March 2017 documents 00220 pg 19

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Exhibit
DEPARTMENT THE TREASURY
INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE
WASHINGTON D.C. 20224 EMP ERNM f.l ENTI TIE IVIS
September 30, 2013
Control No: TEGE 07-0913-1
Affected IRM: IRM 7.20 .2.3.2
Exp iration Date: September 30, 2014
MEMORANDUM FOR ALL EMPLOYEES EXEMPT ORGANIZATIONS DETERMINATIONS
UNIT
FROM: Kenneth Corbin Kenneth Corbin
Acting Director, Exempt Orga nizations TEIG
SUBJECT:
Interim Guidance Initial Classification Appl ications
The purpose this memora ndum provide procedures the Exempt Organ izations
Determinations Unit regarding the initial classification appl ications. Effective immediate ly,
the following procedures must followed when class ifying applications when merit approval
not option: Classifier reviews the appl ication and determ ines should routed specia lty group.
This determ ination based upon facts and circumstances the stated activities within Part
the application rather than names labels. consistent with Karen Schillers August memorandum (attac hed Classifier lects the appropriate activity-based option reflected the class ification sheet
(attached that describes the reason the case being routed the specialty group. The manager reviews the file and either agrees/disagrees with the classifiers assessment.
the manager agrees, s/he indicates concurrence the classification sheet, and the application routed the designated group. the manage disagrees, the appl ication routed other
intermediate general inventory categories based upon facts and circumstances activities. The appl ication will secondarily screened the designated specialty group confirm that
the application meets the technical requirements specialty case. the secondary screen
determines that the case does not meet the requirements will re-routed approved
Any questions regarding this memorandum shou directed Tracy Dornette, 513-26355 13.
The contents the memora ndum will incorporated into IRM 7.20.2.3.2.
Attachments: August 2013 Memorand um, Revised Classification Sheet
cc: VNVW.irs.gov
56385-002
IRS-JW220-020350