REVENUE OFFICER AT THE DOOR MAY BE USING A FAKE NAME - 1992-06-01

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F43.png REVENUE OFFICER AT THE DOOR MAY BE USING A FAKE NAME June 1, 1992, Jane Seaberry, Washington Post

The arbitration panel concluded that using fake names or last names only is reasonable, adding that it did not expect that most employees would need to go undercover. It also said that it was not convinced that the public would react negatively to the change.

"I think it's a lousy idea," said Philip Proffit, executive director of the National Coalition of IRS Whistleblowers, a taxpayer advocacy organization. "Now they're trying to escape accountability by hiding behind a k a's."

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{{cite news | author = Jane Seaberry | title = REVENUE OFFICER AT THE DOOR MAY BE USING A FAKE NAME | url = https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/local/1992/06/01/revenue-officer-at-the-door-may-be-using-a-fake-name/d66532c0-4956-4fd3-a474-9642e3ba1cfe/ | work = Washington Post | date = June 1, 1992 | accessdate = June 16, 2017 }}