Strategic Plan and Other References
IRS Strategic Plan, Fiscal Years 2009-2013
The plan outlines how the IRS will improve service to taxpayers and enforcement of the law over the next five years.
IRS Long Term Measures
The IRS has identified long-term measures that can be used to evaluate progress in achieving the goals established by the IRS Strategic Plan.
Treasury's 2008 "Blue Book" on the Administration's FY 2009 Revenue Proposals
This explains how the Administration plans to stimulate economic growth and improve tax administration for fiscal year 2009.
Budget in Brief FY 2009
This summarizes how the budget request will enable the agency to meet its three strategic goals: improve customer service; enhance enforcement of the tax laws; and improve the IRS infrastructure and modernize its technology.
The 2008-2009 IRS priority guidance plan.
IRS Strategic Plan, Fiscal Years 2005-2009
The plan provides a roadmap for IRS operations over the next five years and underscores our commitment to providing excellent service to taxpayers and enforcing America’s tax laws in a balanced manner. (PDF 599K)
IRS Performance Measures
This details the performance measures used by the IRS to determine the extent to which it accomplishes its annual operational and strategic goals.
Taxpayer Assistance Blueprint (TAB)
An explanation of the TAB team's approach to looking at taxpayer services from the taxpayer's viewpoint.
Modernization Vision and Strategy
This provides an executive summary of IRS's multi-year information technology strategic plan.
At-a-Glance: IRS Divisions and Principal Offices
Get an overview of the four primary operating divisions and the other principal offices in the IRS organization.
IRS Information Quality Guidelines
In accord with Section 515 of Public Law 106-554, these Guidelines describe the quality practices and procedures the IRS uses ensure the utility, objectivity and integrity of information it disseminates to the public. The guidelines also explain how to request a correction of information the IRS has disseminated.
The IRS is committed to protecting the privacy rights of America's taxpayers.
Solicitations, IRS contracts, the Small Business Program Office, Treasury Acquisition Institute (TAI), Total Information Processing Support Services (TIPSS-3) and other resources for those looking to do business with the IRS.
IRS No FEAR Act
Quarterly report of IRS Equal Employment Opportunity internal complaint activity, posted in accordance with the Notification and Federal Employee Antidiscrimination and Retaliation (No FEAR) Act of 2002. (PDF file, maintained on the US Department of the Treasury's web site.)
IRS Oversight Organizations
A listing of federal agencies, House and Senate committees, advisory boards and advocacy panels that perform IRS oversight functions.
Page Last Reviewed or Updated: April 27, 2009