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Judicial Watch • JW v. IRS March 2017 documents 00220 pg 633

JW v. IRS March 2017 documents 00220 pg 633

JW v. IRS March 2017 documents 00220 pg 633

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DEPARTMENT THE TREASURY
TAX EXEMPT AND
GOVERNMENT ENTITIES
DIVISION
June 20, 2013
Control No: TEGE-07-0613-06
MEMORANDUM FOR MANAGER, DETERMINATIONS
FROM:
SUBJECT:
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email=Karen.M.Schiller@irs.gov
201 3.06.20 :53:39 -0400
Karen Schiller
Acting Director, Rulings and Agreements
Interim Guidance the Suspension BOLO List Usage
Effective immediately, the use watch lists identify cases issues requiring
heightened awareness suspended until further notice, with the exception
categories cases required identified Criminal Investigations, Appeals,
other functional divisions for the purposes preventing waste, fraud and abuse. This
includes the the Lookout (BOLO) list and the TAG (Touch and Go) monthly alerts defined IRM 7.20.6.3.
These lists were used identify potential issues cases that required heightened
coordinated efforts. They involved cases with potential terrorist connections, abusive
transactions, fraud issues, emerging issues, coordinated processing and watch-out
cases allow for more consistent treatment similarly situated taxpayers. Rulings and Agreements undertaking comprehensive review screening and
identification critical issues. intend develop proper procedures and uses for
these types documents. Until more formal process for identification, approval and
distribution this type data established, Rulings and Agreements will not use this
technique elevate issues. All efforts will made provide balance between
ensuring taxpayer privacy and safeguards and ensuring consistent treatment cases
involving complex sensitive issues.
Specialists should follow the instructions IRM 7.20.1.4 regarding cases requiring
transfer Technical, well IRM 7.20.5.4 regarding cases requiring mandatory
review prior closing. All Determinations Specialists and Screeners will continue check the names organizations and individuals referenced the case against the
Office Foreign Asset Control (OFAC) list. the specialist identifies emerging issue one that might require special handling, she should discuss the case with his
her manager, who turn will elevate the issue.
Coordinated processing cases are ones that present similar issues and thus are
handled single team group order facilitate consistency.
IRS-JW220-020964