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Internal Revenue Service: ORGANIZATION and FUNCTIONS – 1972 (Thursday, October 5) 37 F.R. 20960-20990 (31 pages) Volume 37 Number 194 (with Index / Functions)


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Thursday, October 5, 1972
37 Federal Register
Page 20960
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Notices

DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE

Organization and Functions
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This material supersedes the statements on organization and functions published at 36 F.R. 849-890, 36 F.R. 11946, and 37 F.R. 489-490

Dated: September 27, 1972
[SEAL]
Johnnie M. Walters,
Commissioner of Internal Revenue

1100  ORGANIZATION AND STAFFING

1110  Organization and Functions of the Internal Revenue Service

1111  Establishment of the Internal Revenue Service

1111.1  MISSION

The mission
of the
Service
is to
encourage
and
achieve
the
highest possible degree
of
voluntary compliance
with the
tax laws
and
regulations
and to
maintain
the
highest degree
of
public confidence
in the
integrity
and
efficiency
of the
Service

This includes communicating
the
requirements of the law
to the
public,
determining the extent
of
compliance
and
causes
of
noncompliance,
and
doing all things needful
to a
proper enforcement of the law

1111.2  ORGANIC ACT

(1) The
Office of the Commissioner
of
Internal Revenue

was
established
by an
act of Congress
(12 Stat. 432)
on
July 1, 1862,
and the
first Commissioner
of
Internal Revenue

took office on
July 17, 1862

(2) The
act of July 1 provided:

“* * * That for the purpose
of
superintending
the
collection
of
internal duties,
stamp duties,
licenses,
or
taxes imposed by this Act,
or
which may be hereafter imposed,
and
of assuming the same,
an
office is hereby created
in the
Treasury Department
to be
called
the
Office of the Commissioner
of the
Internal Revenue
; * * *
Commissioner of Internal Revenue, * * *
shall be charged,
and
hereby is charged,
under the
direction
of the
Secretary of the Treasury,
with
preparing
all the
instructions,
regulations,
directions,
forms,
blanks,
stamps,
and
licenses,
and
distributing
the
same or any part thereof,
and
all other matters pertaining
to the
assessment
and
collection
of the
duties,
stamp duties,
licenses,
and
taxes,
which may be necessary to carry
this
Act into effect,
and
with the
general superintendence
of
his office,
as aforesaid,
and
shall have
authority,
and
hereby
is
authorized
and
required,
to
provide proper
and
sufficient
stamps
or
dies
for
expressing
and
denoting
the
several stamp duties,
or the
amount thereof in the case
of
percentage duties,
imposed
by this
Act,
and to
alter
and
renew
or
replace
such
stamps
from
time to time,
as occasion shall require; * * *”

(3) By
common parlance
and
understanding
of the
time,
an
office of the importance
of the
Office of Commissioner
of
Internal Revenue

was a
bureau

The Secretary of the Treasury
in
his report
at the
close of the calendar year
1862
stated that

“The Bureau of Internal Revenue
has
been organized under
the
Act
of the
last session * * *”

Also it can be seen
that
Congress
had
intended to establish
a
Bureau of Internal Revenue,
or
thought they had,
from the act
of
March 3, 1863,
in
which provision was made
for the
President
to
appoint
with
Senate confirmation
a
Deputy Commissioner
of
Internal Revenue

“who shall be charged with such duties
in the
bureau of internal revenue
as
may be prescribed
by the
Secretary of the Treasury,
or
as may be required by law,
and
who shall act
as
Commissioner of internal revenue
in the
absence of that officer,
and
exercise
the
privilege
of
franking
all
letters
and
documents
pertaining
to the
office of internal revenue

In other words,

“the office of internal revenue

was

“the bureau of internal revenue,”
and the
act of July 1, 1862
is the
organic act
of
today’s
Internal Revenue Service

1111.3  HISTORY

1111.31  Internal Taxation

Madison’s Notes
on the
Constitutional Convention
reveal clearly
that the
framers
of the
Constitution
believed
for
some time that the principal,
if
not sole,
support
of the
new Federal Government
would be
derived
from
customs duties
and
taxes
connected
with
shipping
and
importations

Internal taxation
would
not be resorted to except infrequently,
and for
special reasons

The first resort
to
internal taxation,
the
enactment
of
internal revenue laws
in
1791
and in the following
10 years,
was
occasioned by the exigencies
of the
public credit

These first laws were repealed
in
1802

Internal revenue laws
were
reenacted
for the
period 1813-17
when the
effects
of the
war of 1812
caused
Congress
to
resort
to
internal taxation

From 1818 to 1861,
however,
the
United States
had no
internal revenue laws
and the
Federal Government
was
supported
by the
revenue
from
import duties
and the
proceeds from the sale of public lands

In 1862
Congress
once more levied
internal revenue taxes

This time
the
establishment
of an
internal revenue system,
not exclusively dependent upon
the
supplies
of
foreign commerce,
was permanent

1111.32  Background and Evolution of Present Organization

(1) Before the
establishment
of the
Office of Commissioner
of
Internal Revenue
,
taxes
were
collected
by
Supervisors
of
collection districts
who were
appointed
by the
President,
subject to
Senate confirmation

These Supervisors
worked under
the
direct control
of the
Treasury Department

The Revenue Act of 1813
provided,
for the
first time,
for a
Collector
and a
Principal Assessor
for
each collection district,
and for
deputy collectors
and
assistant assessors

Collectors
and
Assessors
appear
to be the
original forerunners
of the
20th century
Collectors of Internal Revenue
and
Internal Revenue Agents in Charge

(2) Since
1862,
the
Internal Revenue Service
has
undergone
a
period
of
steady growth
as the
means
for
financing
Government
operations shifted
from the
levying
of
import duties
to
internal taxation

Its expansion received considerable impetus
in
1913
with the
ratification
of the
16th Amendment
to the
Constitution
under which
Congress
received
constitutional authority
to
levy taxes
on the
income
of
individuals
and
corporations

With the enactment
of
income tax laws
the
work
of the
Revenue Service
began
to
take on
a
highly technical character

(3) From the
World War I period
through
1951,
the
basic organizational structure
of the
Internal Revenue Service
remained
essentially unchanged
even
though there were marked increases
in the
number
of taxpayers
serviced,
revenue receipts,
employees
and the
overall workload

The Service
was
organized,
in
Washington
and the
field,
on a
program
or
“type of tax” basis,
with
jurisdictionally
separate organizations,
or
Units,”
charged with
the
administration
of
different types of taxes

1111.4  REORGANIZATION PLAN NO. 1 OF 1952 AND OTHER CHANGES

(1) On
January 14, 1952,
the
President of the United States
submitted to
Congress
Reorganization Plan No. 1 of 1952,
calling
for a
comprehensive reorganization
of the
Internal Revenue Service

On March 13, 1952,
the
last motion to defeat the plan
was
voted down
in the
Senate,
and the
plan became effective
on
March 15, 1952

(2) Reorganization Plan No. 1 of 1952
brought about four basic changes
in the
Internal Revenue Service:

(a) The
organization
of the
Service
along
functional lines—i.e.,
operations,
administration,
technical,
planning,
and
inspection;

(b) The
abandonment
of the
system
of
political appointments
to
positions below
the
Commissioner;

(c) The
integration
of
most field revenue programs
under
District Directors
of
Internal Revenue
;
and

(d) The
establishment
of a
system
of
regional administration
under
Regional Commissioners
of
Internal Revenue

(3) The
Reorganization Plan
provided authority
for the
establishment
of
25 Offices of Regional Commissioners
(referred to as
District Commissioners
in the Plan)

By December 1, 1952,
the
offices
of
17 regional commissioners
had
been established

The major field programs, including
alcohol
and
tobacco
tax enforcement,
were
integrated
under district directors;
the
appellate program
and the
permissive
alcohol
and
tobacco
tax
functions
were
placed
in the
offices
of
regional commissioners;
and,
in the
National Office,
all
activities
were
placed
under
Assistant Commissioners
for
Inspection;
Operations;
and
Technical;
an
Assistant to the Commissioner,
and an
Administrative Assistant to the Commissioner

(4) In
1953,
a
number
of
organizational refinements
were
effected

The number of regions
was
reduced to nine;
the
field operations
of
alcohol
and
tobacco
tax
were centralized
at the
regional level;
and the
delinquent accounts
and
returns program
was
transferred
from the
Audit Divisions
in the
Offices of District Directors
to their
Collection Divisions

In the
National Office,
the
position
of
Deputy Commissioner
was
established
and the
Bureau of Internal Revenue
was
redesignated
as the
Internal Revenue Service

(5) Other significant changes
since
1953
include
establishment
of the
Offices of Assistant Commissioners
for
Administration,
Data Processing,
and
Planning
and
Research;
redesignation
of the
Assistant Commissioner (Operations)
as the
Assistant Commissioner (Compliance);
discontinuance
of the
Columbus
and
Toledo (Ohio) districts
and
consolidation
of the
Upper
and
Lower
Manhattan districts
,
effective
January 1, 1960;
establishment
of the
Anchorage (Alaska) district
on
January 1, 1961;
transfer
on
September 1?, 1963,
of the
Director of Practice
from the
Internal Revenue Service
to the
Office of the Secretary of the Treasury
to be under the


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Every AGENCY shall SEPARATELY STATE and CURRENTLY PUBLISH in the FEDERAL REGISTER
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The Public is able to determine where the I.R.S. has complied with the A.P.A. in 1956, 1961, 1965, 1967, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, and 1974, because the Federal Register Index for the Internal Revenue Service lists: “ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS” and the Page number where the Statement starts

The IRS Statements of Organization and Functions since 1956, have ranged from 14 Pages (1956) to 41 Pages (1971)
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1956 – Organization of offices divisions etc. and functions Page 10418 (14 pages)
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1961 – ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS Page 6372 (23 pages)
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1965 – ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS Page 9368 (34 pages)
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1967 – Organization and functions Page 727 (23 pages)
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1969 – ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS Page 1657 (38 pages)
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1970 – ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS Page 2417 (39 pages)
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1971 – ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS Page 850 (Page 849) (41 pages)
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1972 – ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS Page 20960 (30 pages)
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1974 – ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS Page 11572 (38 pages)
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1956 – Organization of offices divisions etc. and functions Page 10418 (14 pages)
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1961 – ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS Page 6372 (23 pages)
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1965 – ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS Page 9368 (34 pages)
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1967 – Organization and functions Page 727 (23 pages)
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1969 – ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS Page 1657 (38 pages)
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1970 – ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS Page 2417 (39 pages)
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1971 – ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS Page 850 (Page 849) (41 pages)
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1972 – ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS Page 20960 (30 pages)
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1974 – ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS Page 11572 (38 pages)
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Besides the I R S Statements of Organization and Functions being listed in the Federal Register Index as “Organization and functions” followed by the Page number, the I. R. S. Statement of Organization and Functions for 1956, 1961, 1965, 1967, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, and 1974, ALL mention the statement on organization published previously which is superseded and / or amended by the new ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS publication
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21 F.R. 10418-10432
Friday, December 28, 1956
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This material supersedes the statement on organization published at 11 F. R. 177A-22 as Part 600 Subparts A and B, Commissioner’s Reorganization Order No. 15 except for paragraph 6 (18 F. R. 4033) and Commissioner’s Reorganization Order No. 16 (18 F. R. 4033)
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26 F.R. 6372-6395
Saturday, July 15, 1961
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This material supersedes the statement on organization published at 21 F.R. 10418-10432 as amended by 22 F.R. 245, 22 F.R. 643, 22 F.R. 1967, 22 F.R. 4873, 23 F.R. 6434, 23 F.R. 3070 and 25 F.R. 39
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30 F.R. 9368-9402
Wednesday, July 28, 1965
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This material supersedes the statement on organization and functions published at 26 F.R. 6372-6395, as amended by 26 F.R. 8494, 11219, and 11220
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32 F.R. 727-762
Saturday, January 21, 1967
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This material supersedes the statements on organization and functions published at 30 F.R. 9368-9402
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34 F.R. 1657-1695
Tuesday, February 4, 1969
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This material supersedes the statement on organization and functions published at 32 F.R. 727-762
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35 F.R. 2417-2456
Tuesday, February 3, 1970
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This material supersedes the statement on organization and functions published at 34 F.R. 1657-1695
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36 F.R. 849-890
Tuesday, January 19, 1971
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This material supersedes the statements on organization and functions published at 35 F.R. 2417-2456 and 35 F.R. 13532
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37 F.R. 20960-20990
Thursday, October 5, 1972
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This material supersedes the statements on organization and functions published at 36 F.R. 849-890, 36 F.R. 11946 and 37 F.R. 489-490
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39 F.R. 11572-11610
Friday, March 29, 1974
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This material supersedes the statements on organization and functions published at 37 FR 20961-20990, 38 FR 23341 and 23342, and 38 FR 30011 and 30012
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1956
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Internal Revenue Service:
1956 – ORGANIZATION and FUNCTIONS
(Friday, December 28)
21 F.R. 10418-10432
(14 pages)
Volume 21 Number 250
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1956 Annual Index Page 128

Organization of offices, divisions, etc., and functions

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1961
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Internal Revenue Service:
1961 – ORGANIZATION and FUNCTIONS
(Saturday, July 15)
26 F.R. 6372-6395
(23 pages)
Volume 26 Number 135
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1961 Annual Index Page 76

ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS

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1965
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Internal Revenue Service:
1965 – ORGANIZATION and FUNCTIONS
(Wednesday, July 28)
30 F.R. 9368-9402
(34 pages)
Volume 30 Number 144
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1965 Annual Index Page 81

ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS

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1967
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Internal Revenue Service:
1967 – ORGANIZATION and FUNCTIONS
(Saturday, January 21)
32 F.R. 727-762
(23 pages)
Volume 32 Number 14
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1967 Annual Subject Index
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1969
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Internal Revenue Service:
1969 – ORGANIZATION and FUNCTIONS
(Tuesday, February 4)
34 F.R. 1657-1695
(38 pages)
Volume 34 Number 23
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1969 Annual Subject Index Page 83

ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS

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1970
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(Tuesday February 3)
35 F.R. 2417-2456
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Volume 35 Number 23
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1970 Annual Subject Index Page 90

ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS

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1971
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Internal Revenue Service:
1971 – ORGANIZATION and FUNCTIONS
(Tuesday, January 19)
36 F.R. 849-890
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Volume 36 Number 12
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1971 Annual Subject Index Page 100

ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS

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1972
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1972 – ORGANIZATION and FUNCTIONS
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37 F.R. 20960-20990
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Volume 37 Number 194
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1972 Annual Index Page 106

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1973
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AUTHORITY DELEGATIONS:

International Operations Director; correction period, extension for private foundation matters_

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1974
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39 F.R. 11572-11610
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Volume 39 Number 62
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Organization and functions:

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International Operation, Director, et al.,

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RULES

Procedural rules:

Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Bureau;

reorganization;

title changes

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Procedure and administration:

Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Bureau;

reorganization;

title changes

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Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Bureau;

reorganization;

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Procedure and administration:

Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Bureau;

reorganization;

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International Operations, Director, et al.,

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1977
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Annual, 1977
Volume 42, Numbers 1—251
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NOTICES

Authority delegations:

International Operations Director et al.;

Northern Mariana Islands taxes

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1978
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Volume 43, Numbers 1—251
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Procedural rules

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miscellaneous amendments,

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1979
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NOTICES

Authority delegations

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1980
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1981
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1982
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1983
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Volume 48—Numbers 1-252
Pages 1—57704
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 100-103
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1984
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federal register Index
January-December, 1984 Annual
Volume 49—Numbers 1-252
Pages 1-50998
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 91-93
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1985
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federal register Index
January-December 1985 Annual
Volume 50—Numbers 1-251
Pages 1-53480
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 90-91
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NOTICES

Organization, functions, and authority delegations:
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1986
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federal register Index
January-December 1986 Annual
Volume 51—Numbers 1-250
Pages 1-47418
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 75-77
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Page 77

NOTICES

Organization, functions, and authority delegations:
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1987
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federal register Index
January-December 1987 Annual
Volume 52—Numbers 1-251
Pages 1-49654
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 80-82
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Page 82

NOTICES

Organization, functions, and authority delegations:

Assistant Commissioner (International),

Pages 10184, 15408
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1988
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federal register Index
January-December 1988 Annual
Volume 53—Numbers 1-251
Pages 1-53376
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 81-83
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NOTICES

Organization, functions, and authority delegations:

Assistant Commissioner (International) et al.,

Page 9169

Assistant Chief Counsel (International) et al.,

Page 5681

Deputy Assistant Commissioner (International) et al.,

Page 16835
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1989
_________________________________________________
federal register Index
January-December 1989 Annual
Volume 54—Numbers 1-249
Pages 1-53822
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 82-83
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Page 83

NOTICES

Organization, functions, and authority delegations:

Assistant Commissioner (International),

Page 9118

Assistant Commissioner (International) et al.,

Page 33144

Deputy Assistant Commissioner (International) et al.,

Page 35427
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1990
_________________________________________________
federal register Index
January-December 1990 Annual
Volume 55—Numbers 1-252
Pages 1-53618
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 79-80
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Page 80

NOTICES

Organization, functions, and authority delegations:

Assistant Commissioner (International),

Page 28713
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1991
_________________________________________________
federal register Index
January-December 1991 Annual
Volume 56—Numbers 1-251
Pages 1-67716
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 84-86
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Page 86

NOTICES

Organization, functions, and authority delegations:
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1992
_________________________________________________
federal register Index
January-December 1992 Annual
Volume 57—Numbers 1-252
Pages 1-62920
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 88-90
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Page 90

NOTICES

Organization, functions, and authority delegations:

Deputy Assistant Commissioner (International) et al.,

Page 5507
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1993
_________________________________________________
federal register Index
January-December 1993 Annual
Volume 58—Numbers 1-249
Pages 1-69684
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 83-85
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NOTICES

Organization, functions, and authority delegations:
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1994
_________________________________________________
federal register Index
January-December 1994
Volume 59—Numbers 1-250
Pages 1-68108
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 90-91
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Page 91

NOTICES

Organization, functions, and authority delegations:

Deputy Assistant Commissioner (International) et al.,

Pages 4315, 37130
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1995
_________________________________________________
federal register Index
January-December, 1995 Annual
Volume 60—Numbers 1-230
Pages 1-61644
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 90-91
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NOTICES

Organization, functions, and authority delegations:
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1996
_________________________________________________
federal register Index
January-December, 1996
Volume 61—Numbers 1-252
Pages 1-69385
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 93-95
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Page 95

PROPOSED RULES

Organization, functions and authority delegations:
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Page 95

NOTICES

Organization, functions, and authority delegations:
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1997
_________________________________________________
federal register Index
January-December, 1997
Volume 62—Numbers 1-250
Pages 1-68530
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 88-89
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NOTICES

Organization, functions, and authority delegations:

Assistant Commissioner (International) et al.,

Page 19857
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1998
_________________________________________________
federal register Index
January-December, 1998
Volume 63—Numbers 1-251
Pages 1-72358
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 89-91
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NOTICES

Organization, functions, and authority delegations:
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1999
_________________________________________________
federal register Index
January-December, 1999
Volume 64—Numbers 1-250
Pages 1-73880
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 91-93
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2000
_________________________________________________
Federal Register Index
January-December 2000
Volume 65—Numbers 1-251
Pages 1-83294
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 90-91
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NOTICES

Organization, functions, and authority delegations:
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2001
_________________________________________________
Federal Register Index
January-December 2001
Volume 66—Numbers 1-250
Pages 1-67702
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 85-87
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NOTICES

Organization, functions, and authority delegations:
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2002
_________________________________________________
Federal Register Index
January-December 2002
Volume 67—Numbers 1-251
Pages 1-80332
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 89-91
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2003
_________________________________________________
Federal Register Index
January-December 2003
Volume 68—Numbers 1-250
Pages 1-75796
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 88-90
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2004
_________________________________________________
Federal Register Index
January-December 2004
Volume 69—Numbers 1-250
Pages 1-78852
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 86-88
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RULES

Income taxes, etc.:

Organization, functions, and authority delegations:
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2005
_________________________________________________
Federal Register Index
January-December 2005
Volume 70—Numbers 1-250
Pages 1-77752
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 82-84
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2006
_________________________________________________
Federal Register Index
January-December 2006
Volume 71—Numbers 1-250
Pages 1-78724
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 80-83
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2007
_________________________________________________
Federal Register Index
January-December 2007
Volume 72—Numbers 1-249
Pages 1-74408
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 76-78
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2008
_________________________________________________
Federal Register Index
January-December 2008
Volume 73—Numbers 1-251
Pages 1-80700
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 100-103
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2009
_________________________________________________
Federal Register Index
January-December 2009
Volume 74—Numbers 1-250
Pages 1-69676
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 103-105
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2010
_________________________________________________
Federal Register Index
January-December 2010
Volume 75—Numbers 1-250
Pages 1-82590
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 122-124
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2011
_________________________________________________
Federal Register Index
January-December 2011
Volume 76—Numbers 1-251
Pages 1-82420
Office of the Federal Register
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 117-119
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2012
_________________________________________________
Federal Register Index
January-December 2012
Volume 77—Numbers 1-250
Pages 1-77250
Office of the Federal Register
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 103-104
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2013
_________________________________________________
Federal Register Index
January-December 2013
Volume 78—Numbers 1-251
Pages 1-80462
Office of the Federal Register
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 201-204
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2014
_________________________________________________
Federal Register Index
January-December 2014
Volume 79—Numbers 1-250
Pages 1-79066
Office of the Federal Register
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 208-210
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2015
_________________________________________________
Federal Register Index
January-December 2015
Volume 80—Numbers 1-251
Pages 1-82035
Office of the Federal Register
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 222-225
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2016
_________________________________________________
Federal Register Index
January-December 2016
Volume 81—Numbers 1-251
Pages 1-97110
Office of the Federal Register
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 236-238
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2017
_________________________________________________
Federal Register Index
January-December 2017
Volume 82—Numbers 1-61
Pages 1-16099
Office of the Federal Register
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 56-57
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