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Internal Revenue Service: ORGANIZATION and FUNCTIONS – 1969 (Tuesday, February 4) 34 F.R. 1657-1695 (38 pages) Volume 34 Number 23 (with Index / Functions)


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Tuesday, February 4, 1969
34 Federal Register
Page 1657
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Notices

DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY

Internal Revenue Service

ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS
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This material supersedes the statement on organization and functions published at 32 F.R. 727-762

Dated: January 23, 1969
[SEAL]
William H. Smith,
Acting Commissioner of Internal Revenue

1112 SERVICE ORGANIZATION

(1) The
Internal Revenue Service
is a
component part
of the
Treasury Department

The Service
is
headed
by the
Commissioner of Internal Revenue
who
serves under the direction
of the
Secretary of the Treasury

(2) The
Internal Revenue Service
consists
of a
National Office
in
Washington, D.C.,
and a
field organization

The latter consists
of
seven Internal Revenue regions,
each
headed
by a
Regional Commissioner
who
reports
to the
Deputy Commissioner;
58 Internal Revenue districts,
each headed
by a
District Director,
and
seven service centers,
each
headed
by a
Director,
who
reports
to a
Regional Commissioner;
and a
computer center
and a
data center
under
the
direction
of the
Assistant Commissioner
(Data Processing)

in the
National Office

In addition,
there are
in the
field
seven Regional Inspectors
and
seven Regional Counsels,
who
report
to the
Assistant Commissioner (Inspection)
and the
Chief Counsel,
respectively,
in
Washington, D.C.

(3) In
administering
the
alcohol,
tobacco,
firearms,
and
appellate
functions
direct
from the
regional office,
the
Regional Commissioner
maintains
and
supervises
several
branch offices

The
Alcohol,
Tobacco
and
Firearms
branch offices

are
headed by
Supervisors
who
report
to the
Assistant Regional Commissioner
(Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms)

The Appellate branch offices
are
headed
by
Chiefs
or
Assistant Chiefs,
Appellate Branch Office,
who
report
to the
Assistant Regional Commissioner
(Appellate)

who
also carries the title
of
Chief, Appellate Division

The Regional Counsels
also
maintain
and
supervise
branch offices

(4) In each
Internal Revenue district
there are
offices in communities
where
concentration of work load
in
audit,
collection,
or
intelligence
activities requires
the
assignment of personnel

(5) Field office addresses
are
shown in the appendixes

1113 NATIONAL OFFICE

1113:1 MISSION

The mission
of the
National Office
is to
develop broad nationwide
policies
and
programs
for the
administration
of the
internal revenue laws
and
related statutes,
and to
direct,
guide,
coordinate,
and
control
the
endeavors
of the
Internal Revenue Service

1113.2 BASIC ORGANIZATION

The principal offices which form
the
National Office
are:

The
Office of the Commissioner;
the
Office of the Assistant Commissioner
(Administration)
;
the
Office of the Assistant Commissioner
(Compliance)
;
the
Office of the Assistant Commissioner
(Data Processing)
;
the
Office of the Assistant Commissioner
(Inspection)
;
the
Office of the Assistant Commissioner
(Planning and Research)
;
the
Office of the Assistant Commissioner
(Technical)
;
and the
Office of the Chief Counsel

1113.3 OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER

The Commissioner of Internal Revenue,
in
conformity
with
policies
and
delegations of authority
made
by the
Secretary of the Treasury,
establishes
the
policies
and
administers
the
activities
of the
b>Internal Revenue Service

The
Office of the Commissioner
includes
the
Deputy Commissioner,
the
Assistant to the Commissioner,
and the
Foreign Tax Assistance Staff

1113.31 Deputy Commissioner

The Deputy Commissioner assists
and
acts
for the
Commissioner
in
planning,
directing,
coordinating
and
controlling
the
policies
and
programs
and in
giving executive leadership
to the
activities
of the
Internal Revenue Service

The Deputy Commissioner
also
supervises
the
Regional Commissioners
of
Internal Revenue
,
and
makes allocations
of
funds
and
personnel
to
them

1113.32 Assistant to the Commissioner

The Assistant to the Commissioner
reviews
and
takes final action
for the
Commissioner
on
documents
involving
technical matters prepared
for the
Commissioner’s signature,
including
regulations,
closing agreements,
reports on proposed legislation,
rulings,
correspondence,
authorizations
to the
Attorney General
for
initiating suits,
compromises,
and
reports
to the
Joint Committee on Internal Revenue
Taxation

involving
refunds
or
credits
of any
income,
war profits,
excess profits,
estate,
or
gift
taxes in excess of $100,000

The Assistant to the Commissioner
makes
independent studies
for the
Commissioner

1113.33 Foreign Tax Assistance Staff

The Foreign Tax Assistance Staff
provides
leadership
within the
Service
for the
development
and
implementation
of
comprehensive programs
of
assistance in tax administration
to
developing nations,
and
on occasion,
to the
more developed nations,
in
line
with the
foreign policy
of the
United States
and its
commitments
to the
Organization of American States,
the
United Nations,
and other
international institutions

It is the central point of contact
within the
Service
with
foreign governments,
the
State Department
and
international organizations
on all
matters involving
the
exchange
of
technical assistance
in
tax administration

The Staff
designs
broad programs aimed
at
modernizing
and
strengthening
tax administration
in
developing countries;
it
determines program requirements
in
terms
of
number
and
qualifications
of
advisors
and
selects,
trains,
and
assigns
such
advisors

It provides technical leadership
and
direction,
continually monitors,
and
periodically evaluates
county programs
to
insure [ensure]
maximum effectiveness
of
assistance efforts

The Staff
develops
and
arranges
study
and
observation
programs
in
tax administration
for
foreign tax officials,
which are
conducted largely in
the
United States
and
occasionally
at
overseas sites

The Staff
maintains close liaison with
the
Department of State
and the
Agency for International Development (A.I.D.),
foreign governments,
international organizations,
and the
Office of the Secretary
on
matters concerning
the
foreign tax assistance program,
most of which is conducted cooperatively
with
A.I.D.

1113.4 OFFICE OF ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER (ADMINISTRATION)

The Assistant Commissioner (Administration)
is the
principal assistant
to the
Commissioner
in
planning
and
executing
the
Administration program
of the
Internal Revenue Service,
which includes
fiscal management,
personnel,
facilities management,
training;
public information,
employment policy,
and
management improvement

Jointly,
with other
Assistant Commissioners,
he
participates
in the
general management
of the
Service
by
coordinating Administration with other
functions
to
accomplish the objectives
of a
comprehensive
and
well-integrated
Revenue program

On general administrative matters represents
the
Commissioner
in
relationships with
the
Congress;
the
Treasury Department Office
of the
Secretary

and
other components
of the
Treasury Department;
and such
agencies
as the
Bureau of the Budget,
the
Civil Service Commission
and
General Services Administration

Supervises the activities
of the
Fiscal Management, Personnel,
Facilities Management,
Training,
and
Public Information Divisions
in the
National Office,
and is
responsible
for
functional supervision
of
Administration activities
in the
field

1113.41 Facilities Management DivisionOffice of the Director

Develops,
directs,
coordinates,
and
evaluates
policies
and
programs
for
providing essential support activities
for the
operating
divisions’ primary programs
and
carries them out
in the
National Office

Its programs
are
designed
to
increase
the
effectiveness
of the
Internal Revenue

No. 23—5

Tuesday, February 4, 1969
FEDERAL REGISTER
34 F.R. 1658

Service,
reduce
its
operating costs,
and
improve
taxpayer relations
by
tailoring
Internal Revenue Service
physical facilities
and by
providing support services
to
best meet
the
Service’s total needs

These programs
include
paperwork,
space,
property,
supply,
transportation,
and
telecommunications management,
procurement
and
contracting,
printing
and
distribution,
national emergency planning,
safety,
document
and
physical
security,
and the
settlement of tort claims

Develops
the
standards
and
procedures
necessary
for
effective performance
of its
functions

This Division consists
of
four
branches:

National Office Facilities,
Standards and Programs,
Protective Programs,
and
Publications

1113.411 National Office Facilities Branch

Develops,
coordinates,
directs,
and
evaluates
all
Facilities Management
activities
(except
printing
and
distribution)
within the
National Office,
including the
National Training Center
and the
National Computer Center
(but
excluding
the
IRS Data Center)
within the
broad guidelines established
by the
Division Director

These activities include:

Records
and
Paperwork Management—correspondence management,
mail management,
files management,
records
equipment
and
supplies
management,
records
retention
and
disposal
scheduling,
paperwork management studies,
and the
application
of
microphotography;
Space
and
Transportation Management—planning requirements
for
space,
providing
for the
acquisition,
maintenance,
utilization,
and
disposal
of
space to insure [ensure]
an
effective,
efficient,
and
appropriate
physical working environment
for
employees;
providing transportation management planning
for
interoffice movement
of
Service
records
and
documents,
supplies
and
equipment,
displays
and
other materials;
Property
and
Supply Management—contracting,
procurement,
property accountability,
utilization
and
disposal;
Telecommunications
Management—communications
services
and
facilities
used
for
transmitting
and
receiving
voice,
image,
data,
and
other message information
by
wire,
radio,
visual,
or
other
electrical
or
electromagnetic
transmission
modes;
systems,
equipment,
and
circuitry
for
telephone,
telegraph,
facsimile,
video,
and
other telecommunications operations;
Protective Programs—document
and
physical
security,
safety,
and
fire
and
civil defense
planning

The Branch
provides
standards,
techniques,
guidelines,
and
consultative services
needed
in
these areas
by
National Office components

In addition,
performs
the
following duties pertaining
to
Servicewide programs:

Renders support services
to the
Foreign Tax Assistance Staff;
provides
contractual advice
and
contracting services,
provides
centralized procurement
of
automobiles,
computers
and
data processing peripheral equipment,
office machinery,
and
many supply items

Administers
other
support services
for the
National Office
including
building maintenance,
transportation,
travel,
equipment,
and
vehicle repairs

Maintains liaison
with
National Office officials,
other
Government agencies,
public utilities,
contractors,
private carriers,
and
other
private
and
public
organizations
to
coordinate
and
improve
service in these activities

1113.412 Standards and Programs Branch

Plans,
develops,
promotes,
coordinates,
and
evaluates
policies,
standards
and
programs
designed to increase the effectiveness
of
Service-wide
Internal Revenue operations

These programs include:

Records
and
Paperwork Management—documentation standards
correspondence management,
forms management,
mail management,
files management,
records
equipment
and
supplies
management,
records
retention
and
disposal
standards,
paper work management studies,
and the
application
of
microphotography;
Space
and
Transportation Management—planning requirements
for
IRS space,
providing standards
for the
acquisition,
maintenance,
utilization
and
disposal
of
space to ensure
an
effective,
efficient,
and
appropriate
physical working environment
for all
Service employees;
providing
transportation management planning
for
interoffice movement
of
Service
records
and
documents,
supplies
and
equipment,
displays
and
other materials;
Property
and
Supply Management—contracting,
procurement,
property accountability,
utilization
and
disposal
and
motor vehicle fleet management;
Telecommunications,
Management—communications
services
and
facilities
used
for
transmitting
and
receiving
voice,
image,
data,
and
other message information
by
wire,
radio,
visual,
or
other
electrical
or
electromagnetic
transmission
modes;
systems,
equipment,
and
circuitry
for
telephone,
telegraph,
facsimile,
video,
and
other telecommunications operations

The Branch
determines the need
for
program emphasis
and
goals,
develops the programs
and
promotes
and
coordinates
their
acceptance
and
implementation
with
other components
of the
Service;
provides
standardized
techniques,
guidelines,
and
consultative services
needed in these areas
by the
Service

Collaborates with
the
Systems Development Division
in
matters involving
data storage,
retrieval
and
new systems
using
electrical
and
electronic
equipment

Acts as liaison
for
Internal Revenue Service
with other
Federal agencies
and
industry
in
matters concerning
Branch program activities

1113.413 Protective Programs Branch

Develops,
coordinates,
administers,
and
evaluates
Service-wide programs
of
accident prevention,
physical
and
document
security,
identification,
emergency planning,
and
civil defense
and
ensures continuity of operations
by
preventing
or
minimizing
loss
through
accident,
employee injury,
fire,
theft,
enemy attack,
natural disaster,
and
civil disturbance,
and
breaches of security
of
facilities,
equipment,
and
documents

Exercises the authority to settle claims arising out of the activities
of the
Internal Revenue Service
under the
Federal Tort Claims Act
and the
Military Personnel and Civilian Employees’ Claims Act
and
administers the program
to ensure
equitable settlement
and
payment of claims

1113.414  Publications Branch

Develops
and
coordinates
the
policies,
procedures,
and
standards
for all
printing
and
distribution
programs
and
visual presentations services
in the
Internal Revenue Service
in
accordance with the programs determined by the appropriate
IRS offices

Provides for
and
administers
the
planning,
analysis,
design,
requirements estimating,
procurement,
production scheduling,
and
distribution
of all
publications,
forms
and
envelopes
needed
by the
Service
in
accordance with the programs determined by the appropriate
IRS offices

Directs
and
coordinates
studies
of
newly developed
or
improved
processes in the graphic arts field
including
duplicating equipment
and
office reproduction machines

Represents
IRS
in
liaison with printing regulatory agencies
in
interpreting,
coordinating,
and
administering
Government-wide
printing
and
publications
policies;
and
provides consultative services needed in these areas

1113.42 Fiscal Management Division

Develops,
plans,
coordinates
and
evaluates
the
financial management
and
budget
policies
and
programs
of the
Internal Revenue Service

Develops
and
assists
in the
justification
of the
Service’s budget;
advises on its execution;
establishes procedures covering the accounting system for appropriated funds;
and
directs the
budget
and
fiscal
activities
carried out
in the
National Office

Counsels
and
advises
the
Commissioner,
the
Deputy Commissioner
and
all levels of management
on
matters concerning
budget
and the
fiscal management
of
funds appropriated
for the
administration
of the
Service

The Division,
under the
direction
of the
Fiscal Management Officer
consists
of
two
branches:

Accounting Branch
and
Budget Branch

1113.421 Accounting Branch

The Accounting Branch
develops,
prescribes,
and
installs
the
Service’s financial accounting system
to
produce
timely
and
accurate
data
for
budgetary
and
fiscal
management purposes

It also collaborates
with the
Reports Division
in
developing
and
administering
the
financial reporting system

1113.422 Budget Branch

The Budget Branch develops
the
Service’s budget
in
conformance with the established overall program policies through
consultation
and
cooperation
with the
responsible operating officials

It prescribes budget procedures
and
directs the preparation of budget estimates
for the
Service;
participates in the development of standards for the measurement of work necessary in the justification of estimates
or the
evaluation of financial plans;
prepares
requests for the
apportionment
and
reapportionment
of
appropriations;
allots funds in accordance with the approved financial plan
and
properly authorized revisions thereof;
establishes
the
procedures
and
records
necessary to properly reflect the execution of the budget;
and
collaborates
with the
Reports Division
in
developing
and
administering
a
reporting system reflecting
the status
of the
budget
and
financial
plan

1113.43  Personnel DivisionOffice of the Director

Plans,
directs,
and
leads
in

Tuesday, February 4, 1969
FEDERAL REGISTER
34 F.R. 1659

the
development,
coordination
and
evaluation
of the
personnel
policies
and
programs
of the
Service

Provides
functional supervision
over
personnel operations
throughout the
Service
and
personnel programs
in the
regions,
districts
and
service centers,
including
long-range planning,
organization
and
staffing
studies,
staff development,
and
program evaluation

Administers centralized personnel activities including those for employees
of the
National Office

Acts as the
appellate office
for the
Commissioner
on
adverse action
and
grievance appeals
and
designates
Hearing Officers
when
hearings are requested;
through the
Appeals Officer
is
responsible for adverse action appeals
and
for providing assistance in the appeals area;
responsible for post review of disciplinary actions,
disseminates information
on
CSC
and
Court
decisions
on
adverse action appeals

Coordinates
and
develops
policies
and
procedures
for
employee conduct,
disciplinary actions
including
adverse actions,
outside employment,
employee indebtedness,
and
employee interest
in
alcohol
and
tobacco
industries

Reviews
and
makes recommendations
on
conduct
and
character background investigations involving centralized positions,
and
on requests
for
interpretations
or
exceptions
to
outside employment regulations

Assists the
field
on
conduct
and
character
background cases
and
post audits,
on a
referral basis, of such cases

Through the
Technical Advisor
directs
appropriate personnel activities to promote effective manpower utilization

Prepares certain
Service-wide personnel reports
for the
Civil Service Commission
and
other
agencies

1113.431 Employee-Management Cooperation Branch

(1965 30 F.R. 9369 1113.431 Employee-Management Cooperation Branch)

(1961 26 F.R. 6373 1113.421 Employee Relations Branch)

Develops
and
coordinates
policies,
programs,
and
procedures
for the
Service’s Employee-Management Cooperation Program
under
Executive Order 10988,
including
liaison,
consultation,
and
negotiation
with
employee organizations,
and
development
of
Servicewide positions
on
matters negotiable with employee organizations

Develops
and
coordinates
grievances programs
and
handles grievance appeals filed with
the
Director

Develops
and
coordinates
employee communications programs,
including
the
planning
and
direction
of
employee attitude surveys
and
employee
benefits
and
services
including
leave,
hours of duty,
retirement,
Social Security,
group insurance
(life
and
health
benefits),
and
health programs

Assists
field
in
arranging employee services
and
coordinates
recreational
and
fund-raising
activities

Develops
and
coordinates
comments
or
proposals
on
employee-management
cooperation
and
benefits
and
services
legislation,
and
regulations

Exercises
functional supervision
over
counterpart operations throughout
the
Service,
and
participates
as
functional specialists
in
evaluation
of
field programs

Advises officials,
and
acts as liaison
with the
Civil Service Commission,
Treasury Department,
and other
Governmental Agencies on
policies,
programs,
and
procedures
in the employee-management cooperation
and
benefits
and
services
functional areas

1113.432 Employee Programs Branch

(1965 30 F.R. 9370 1113.432 Employee Programs Branch)

(1961 26 F.R. 6373 1113.422 Employment Branch)

Develops
and
coordinates
policies,
procedures,
and
program instructions
including
technical training programs for the employee programs
of the
Service
such as:

Recruitment;
selection;
placement;
appointment;
career status;
qualifications evaluation;
promotion plans;
details;
veterans preference;
orientation
and
placement
follow-up;
reduction-in-force;
equal employment;
separations;
awards
and
incentive
programs;
high quality increases;
and
fitness for duty

Develops
and
coordinates
redeployment
programs
and
procedures;
coordinates, as required,
personnel programs
affecting
service center installations

Develops
and
coordinates
policies
and
procedures
pertaining to participation
of the
Service
in
Boards of U.S. Civil Service Examiner programs

Exercises
functional personnel direction
over the
implementation
and
follow-through
on
career development programs

Reviews
and
advises
on
budgetary
and
staffing
proposals relative
to
recruitment,
selection
and
utilization
of
personnel

Exercises
functional supervision
over
counterpart operations throughout
the
Service,
and
participates
as
functional specialists
in
evaluation
of
field programs

Reviews
and
makes recommendations
on
promotion appeals

Provides staff expertise in personnel management techniques for the
development
and
application
of
automated processes to personnel management

1113.433 National Office Branch

(1965 30 F.R. 9370 1113.433 National Office Branch)

(1961 26 F.R. 6373 1113.423 National Office Branch)

Develops
and
executes
policies,
programs,
and
procedures
relating to
recruitment,
selection,
placement,
employee relations,
position classification,
discipline,
performance evaluation,
promotion,
manpower utilization,
and
other aspects of a complete personnel program
for
National Office
and
certain
field positions
with the
exception of those requiring
Treasury
or
Civil Service
approval;
reviews the budget for proposed position reallocations pertinent to the above positions

In addition,
performs the following duties pertaining
to
Servicewide programs:

renders support
to the
Foreign Tax Assistance Staff;
provides
staff assistance
to the
National Selection Board
which
selects
and
assigns
executive personnel;
administers
National Placement Program;
performs
essential personnel services for career programs
for
supervisory
and
managerial
positions;
reviews
and
processes
regional employment cases
for which
authority has not been delegated
to
regions;
processes
Section 6(c) retirement cases
and
proposals
for
Gallatin Awards;
and
answers
general inquiries
and
other correspondence
concerning applications
for
employment,
reassignment,
promotions,
etc.

Reviews
and
makes recommendations
of
security cases
Servicewide

1113.434 Position Programs and Methods Branch

(1965 30 F.R. 9370 1113.434 Position, Programs and Methods Branch)

(1961 26 F.R. 6373 1113.424 Position Classification Branch)

Develops
and
coordinates
policies,
procedures,
and
program instructions
for the
position classification,
employee performance evaluation,
pay administration,
noncompetitive staffing,
and
career programs
of the
Service

Develops
and
coordinates
occupational standards
and
guides
including
classification,
qualification
and
performance
standards,
qualification rating keys
and
criteria
and
techniques
for making
classification,
qualifications,
and
training selection
determinations

Reviews
and
counsels
on
position classification implications of
budgetary
and
financial planning
with respect to proposed grade structure changes as justified by data on available
workload
and
conformance
with
existing classification
guides
and
standards

Provides staff expertise
in
personnel management techniques
including the
conduct
and
direction
of
studies requiring the use
of
psychological
and
other social science methodology

Reviews
and
makes recommendations on
CSC central office
and
Treasury
classification
and
qualification
standards

Exercises
functional supervision
over
counterpart operations throughout
the
Service
and
participates
as
functional specialists
in evaluating
field programs

Performs such centralized services
as
classification of positions
for which
authority has not been delegated,
preparation
of
supergrade
recommendations,
and
justification,
and
development
of
standard position descriptions

Adjudicates classification appeals
and
administers
Wage Board Program

Develops
and
coordinates
the
personnel management portion
of the
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Internal Revenue Service TAXPAYERS – 1969 (Tuesday, February 4) 34 Federal Register Pages 1657-1695

_________________________________________________
TAXPAYERS – Alphabetically
Year•Federal Register•Page•Section
_________________________________________________
======================================
ALIEN
(1969 34 F.R. 1666 1113.562)
Collection Division
(1969 34 F.R. 1666 1113.5621)
Office Branch

ALIEN INDIVIDUALS
(1969 34 F.R. 1668 1113.5635)
Examination Branch

taxes due from the
ALIEN PROPERTY CUSTODIAN

(1969 34 F.R. 1666 1113.56)
Office of International Operations—Director of International Operations

ALIEN RESIDENTS of PUERTO RICO
(1969 34 F.R. 1675 1113.911)
Corporation Tax Branch

ALIENS
(1969 34 F.R. 1666 1113.562)
Collection Division

DEPARTING ALIENS*
(1969 34 F.R. 1663 1113.54)
Collection Division—Office of the Director
(1969 34 F.R. 1664 1113.548)
Taxpayer Assistance Branch
(1969 34 F.R. 1683 1114.8)
Assistant Regional Commissioner (Collection)
(1969 34 F.R. 1691 1118.51)
Collection Division

NONRESIDENT ALIEN INDIVIDUALS
(1969 34 F.R. 1675 1113.911)
Corporation Tax Branch

NONRESIDENT ALIEN INDIVIDUALS and PARTNERSHIPS
(1969 34 F.R. 1675 1113.911)
Corporation Tax Branch

NONRESIDENT ALIENS
(1969 34 F.R. 1666 1113.56)
Office of International Operations—Director of International Operations
(1969 34 F.R. 1666 1113.5621)
Office Branch
(1969 34 F.R. 1666 1113.5622)
Delinquent Accounts and Returns Branch
(1969 34 F.R. 1667 1113.5635)
Examination Branch
(1969 34 F.R. 1678 1113.926)
Pension Trust Branch

NONRESIDENT ALIENS or U.S. citizens RESIDING ABROAD
(1969 34 F.R. 1667 1113.5635)
Examination Branch

NONRESIDENT ALIENS with SUBSTANTIAL PROPERTY or INCOME in the United States
(1969 34 F.R. 1667 1113.5635)
Examination Branch

AMERICAN SAMOA
(1969 34 F.R. 1666 1113.562)
Collection Division
(1969 34 F.R. 1666 1113.5621)
Office Branch

CITIZEN TAXPAYERS RESIDING or DOING BUSINESS ABROAD
(1969 34 F.R. 1666 1113.56)
Office of International Operations—Director of International Operations
(1969 34 F.R. 1667 1113.5635)
Examination Branch

CITIZENS RESIDING ABROAD
(1969 34 F.R. 1666 1113.5621)
Office Branch
(1969 34 F.R. 1666 1113.5622)
Delinquent Accounts and Returns Branch

CITIZENS RESIDING in PUERTO RICO
(1969 34 F.R. 1667 1113.5623)
Puerto Rico Collection Branch

CITIZENS RESIDING in PUERTO RICO and the VIRGIN ISLANDS
(1969 34 F.R. 1667 1113.5623)
Puerto Rico Collection Branch

CITIZENS RESIDING in the VIRGIN ISLANDS
(1969 34 F.R. 1667 1113.5623)
Puerto Rico Collection Branch

tax returns . . . emanating from the FOREIGN AREA
(1969 34 F.R. 1666 1113.562)
Collection Division

FOREIGN BUSINESS ACTIVITY in the UNITED STATES
(1969 34 F.R. 1668 1113.565)
Research Tax Treaty and Technical Services Division

FOREIGN BUSINESS ENTITIES ostensibly DOING BUSINESS in the UNITED STATES
(1969 34 F.R. 1668 1113.5652)
Research and Tax Treaty Branch

FOREIGN BUSINESS OPERATIONS
(1969 34 F.R. 1669 1113.5652)
Research and Tax Treaty Branch

CONTROLLED FOREIGN CORPORATIONS
(1969 34 F.R. 1669 1113.5652)
Research and Tax Treaty Branch

FOREIGN CORPORATIONS
(1969 34 F.R. 1666 1113.56)
Office of International Operations—Director of International Operations
(1969 34 F.R. 1668 1113.5635)
Examination Branch
(1969 34 F.R. 1676 1113.913)
Individual Income Tax Branch
(1969 34 F.R. 1666 1113.5621)
Office Branch

RESIDENT FOREIGN CORPORATIONS
(1969 34 F.R. 1668 1113.5635)
Examination Branch

EMPLOYEES of FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS
(1969 34 F.R. 1675 1113.911)
Corporation Tax Branch

FOREIGN ORGANIZATIONS
(1969 34 F.R. 1667 1113.5632)
Review Staff

FOREIGN TAXPAYERS DERIVING INCOME from SOURCES WITHIN the UNITED STATES
(1969 34 F.R. 1666 1113.56)
Office of International Operations—Director of International Operations
(1969 34 F.R. 1667 1113.5635)
Examination Branch

GUAM
(1969 34 F.R. 1666 1113.562)
Collection Division
(1969 34 F.R. 1666 1113.5621)
Office Branch

Earned Income from Sources Without the United States (section 911)
(1969 34 F.R. 1675 1113.911)
Corporation Tax Branch

foreign tax matters which involve determination of sources of income (sections 861 through 864)
(1969 34 F.R. 1675 1113.911)
Corporation Tax Branch

Income Affected by Treaty (section 894)
(1969 34 F.R. 1675 1113.911)
Corporation Tax Branch

EMPLOYEES of INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS (section 893)
(1969 34 F.R. 1675 1113.911)
Corporation Tax Branch

MUNICIPALITIES
(1969 34 F.R. 1675 1113.911)
Corporation Tax Branch

Maintains liaison with the STATE and DEFENSE DEPARTMENTS and other GOVERNMENT AGENCIES as a means of increasing COMPLIANCE with IRS REGULATIONS by OVERSEAS PERSONNEL of these DEPARTMENTS
(1969 34 F.R. 1666 1113.5622)
Delinquent Accounts and Returns Branch

POSSESSIONS
(1969 34 F.R. 1675 1113.911)
Corporation Tax Branch

ISLAND POSSESSIONS
(1969 34 F.R. 1663 1113.543)
Centralized Activities Office

PUERTO RICAN
(1969 34 F.R. 1667 1113.5623)
Puerto Rico Collection Branch

PUERTO RICAN AFFILIATES of DOMESTIC TAXPAYERS
(1969 34 F.R. 1668 1113.5635)
Examination Branch

PUERTO RICO
(1969 34 F.R. 1667 1113.5623)
Puerto Rico Collection Branch
(1969 34 F.R. 1667 1113.5631)
Conference Staff
(1969 34 F.R. 1667 1113.5632)
Review Staff
(1969 34 F.R. 1667 1113.5634)
Service Branch

PUERTO RICO RESIDENTS
(1969 34 F.R. 1668 1113.5635)
Examination Branch

PUERTO RICO RESIDENTS DERIVING INCOME from SOURCES OUTSIDE PUERTO RICO
(1969 34 F.R. 1668 1113.5635)
Examination Branch

STATES
(1969 34 F.R. 1675 1113.911)
Corporation Tax Branch

OVERSEAS TAXPAYER
(1969 34 F.R. 1667 1113.563)
Audit Division

TAXPAYERS RESIDING ABROAD
(1969 34 F.R. 1666 1113.562)
Collection Division

TAXPAYERS under JURISDICTION of the OFFICE of INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS
(1969 34 F.R. 1668 1113.564)
Foreign Operations Division

TAXPAYERS under the JURISDICTION of the OFFICE of INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS
(1969 34 F.R. 1669 1113.5652)
Research and Tax Treaty Branch

TAXPAYERS who are REQUIRED to WITHHOLD TAX on CERTAIN PAYMENTS to FOREIGN CORPORATIONS
(1969 34 F.R. 1667 1113.5635)
Examination Branch

TAXPAYERS who are REQUIRED to WITHHOLD TAX on CERTAIN PAYMENTS to NONRESIDENT ALIENS
(1969 34 F.R. 1667 1113.5635)
Examination Branch

TAXPAYERS who are REQUIRED to WITHHOLD TAX on CERTAIN PAYMENTS to NONRESIDENT ALIENS and FOREIGN CORPORATIONS
(1969 34 F.R. 1667 1113.5635)
Examination Branch

TAXPAYERS who are REQUIRED to WITHHOLD TAX on INCOME FLOWING ABROAD to FOREIGN CORPORATIONS
(1969 34 F.R. 1666 1113.56)
Office of International Operations—Director of International Operations

TAXPAYERS who are REQUIRED to WITHHOLD TAX on INCOME FLOWING ABROAD to NONRESIDENT ALIENS
(1969 34 F.R. 1666 1113.56)
Office of International Operations—Director of International Operations

TAXPAYERS who are REQUIRED to WITHHOLD TAX on INCOME FLOWING ABROAD to NONRESIDENT ALIENS and FOREIGN CORPORATIONS
(1969 34 F.R. 1666 1113.56)
Office of International Operations—Director of International Operations

U.S. BUSINESS ACTIVITY ABROAD
(1969 34 F.R. 1668 1113.565)
Research Tax Treaty and Technical Services Division

U.S. CITIZENS RESIDING ABROAD
(1969 34 F.R. 1667 1113.5635)
Examination Branch

U.S. CITIZENS who DIED while RESIDING ABROAD
(1969 34 F.R. 1667 1113.5635)
Examination Branch

U.S. GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES and Puerto Rico residents deriving income from sources outside Puerto Rico
(1969 34 F.R. 1668 1113.5635)
Examination Branch

U.S. POSSESSIONS
(1969 34 F.R. 1666 1113.562)
Collection Division

U.S. TAXPAYER BUSINESS and TRUST INTEREST OUTSIDE of UNITED STATES
(1969 34 F.R. 1669 1113.5652)
Research and Tax Treaty Branch

VIRGIN ISLAND CORPORATIONS
(1969 34 F.R. 1667 1113.5635)
Examination Branch

VIRGIN ISLANDS
(1969 34 F.R. 1667 1113.5623)
Puerto Rico Collection Branch
(1969 34 F.R. 1672 1113.712)
Operations Branch

WITHHOLDING AGENTS returns
(Form 1042)

(1969 34 F.R. 1666 1113.5621)
Office Branch
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Internal Revenue Service (I.R.S.) Public Information / Public Affairs is an OXYMORON


——————————————————————
Friday, December 28, 1956
FEDERAL REGISTER
21 F.R. 10421
——————————————————————

——————————————————————
1113.36  Public Information Division
………………………………………………..
The Public Information Division
develops
and
coordinates
the
policies
and
program
for
providing information
to the
public
to
improve
general
knowledge
and
understanding
of the
Federal tax laws
and their
administration,
and to
increase
voluntary compliance
with the
tax laws

This Division
carries out
the
public information program
at the
National Office
======================================
VOLUNTARY COMPLIANCE

with the

tax laws
======================================

_________________________________________________
Saturday, July 15, 1961
_________________________________________________
26 F.R. 6373
——————————————————————


——————————————————————
1113.43  Public Information Division
………………………………………………..
formerly 1113.36
………………………………………………..
Plans,
develops
and
coordinates
the
Service-wide
policies
and
programs
for
providing information
to the
public through the
press,
radio,
television
and
other
informational,
educational
and
professional media,
to
improve
general
knowledge
and
understanding
of the
Federal tax laws
and their
administration,
for the
primary purpose
of
encouraging
and
facilitating
maximum
compliance
with the
voluntary system
of
taxation

It
counsels
and
advises
the
Commissioner
and
other levels of management
where
public
interest
or
response
is
involved in the determination
of
Service
policy
and
execution
of
tax programs:
evaluates
for the
Commissioner
the
attitude
of the
public
toward
Revenue Service
policy
and
programs
and
recommends corrective measures where indicated;
conducts
continuous studies
of the
Service’s information program
to
identify
and
act
on
problems
and
opportunities
for
improvement;

This Division
carries out
the
public information program
at the
National Office
======================================
COMPLIANCE

with the

VOLUNTARY system

of

taxation
======================================

_________________________________________________
Wednesday, July 28, 1965
_________________________________________________
30 F.R. 9370
——————————————————————

——————————————————————
1113..44  Public Information Division
………………………………………………..
formerly 1113.43
formerly 1113.36
………………………………………………..
Plans,
develops
and
coordinates
the
Service-wide
policies
and
programs
for
providing information
to the
public
through the
press,
radio,
television
and
other
informational,
educational
and
professional media,
to
improve
general
knowledge
and
understanding
of the
Federal tax laws
and their
administration,
for the
primary purpose
of
encouraging
and
facilitating
maximum
compliance
with the
voluntary system
of
taxation

It counsels
and
advises
the
Commissioner
and
other levels of management
where
public interest
or
response
is
involved in the determination
of
Service
policy
and
execution
of
tax programs:
evaluates
for the
Commissioner
the
attitude
of the
public
toward
Revenue Service
policy
and
programs
and
recommends corrective measures where indicated;
conducts
continuous studies
of the
Service’s information program
to
identify
and
act
on
problems
and
opportunities
for
improvement;
maintains liaison with
and
gives
functional guidance
to
regional
and
district
offices
in the
public information area;
and
carries out
the
public information program
at the
National Office
======================================
COMPLIANCE

with the

VOLUNTARY system

of

taxation
======================================

_________________________________________________
FEDERAL REGISTER, VOL. 32, NO. 14—SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1967
_________________________________________________
32 F.R. 730
——————————————————————

——————————————————————
1113.44  Public Information Division
………………………………………………..
Plans,
develops
and
coordinates
the
Service-wide
policies
and
programs
for
providing information
to the
public
through the
press,
radio,
television,
and
other
informational,
educational
and
professional media,
to
improve
general
knowledge
and
understanding
of the
Federal tax laws
and their
administration,
for the
primary purpose
of
encouraging
and
facilitating
maximum
compliance
with the
voluntary system
of
taxation

It
counsels
and
advises
the
Commissioner
and
other levels of management
where
public interest
or
response
is
involved in the determination
of
Service
policy
and
execution
of
tax programs;
evaluates
for the
Commissioner
the
attitude
of the
public
toward
Revenue Service
policy
and
programs
and
recommends corrective measures where indicated;
conducts
continuous studies
of the
Service’s information program
to
identify
and
act
on
problems
and
opportunities
for
improvement;
maintains liaison with
and
gives
functional guidance
to
regional
and
district
offices
in the
public information area;
and
carries out
the
public information program
at the
National Office
======================================
COMPLIANCE

with the

VOLUNTARY system

of

taxation
======================================

_________________________________________________
FEDERAL REGISTER, VOL. 34, NO. 23 TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1969
_________________________________________________
34 F.R. 1659
——————————————————————

——————————————————————
1113.44  Public Information Division
………………………………………………..
Plans,
develops
and
coordinates
the
Servicewide
policies
and
programs
for
providing information
to the
public
through the
press,
radio,
television,
and
other
informational,
educational,
and
professional media,
to
improve
general
knowledge
and
understanding
of the
Federal tax laws
and their
administration,
for the
primary purpose
of
encouraging
and
facilitating
maximum
compliance
with the
voluntary system
of
taxation

It
counsels
and
advises
the
Commissioner
and
other levels of management
where
public interest
or
response
is
involved in the determination
of
Service
policy
and
execution
of
tax programs;
evaluates
for the
Commissioner
the
attitude
of the
public
toward
Revenue Service
policy
and
programs
and
recommends corrective measures where indicated;
conducts
continuous studies
of the
Service’s information program
to
identify
and
act
on
problems
and
opportunities
for
improvement;
maintains liaison with
and
gives
functional guidance
to
regional
and
district
offices
in the
public information area;
and
carries out
the
public information program
at the
National Office
======================================
COMPLIANCE

with the

VOLUNTARY system

of

taxation
======================================

_________________________________________________
FEDERAL REGISTER, VOL. 35, NO. 23—TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1970
_________________________________________________
35 F.R. 2419
——————————————————————


——————————————————————
1113.44  Public Information Division
………………………………………………..
Plans,
develops
and
coordinates
the
Service-wide
policies
and
programs
for
providing information
to the
public
through the
press,
radio,
television,
and
other
informational,
educational
and
professional media,
to
improve
general
knowledge
and
understanding
of the
Federal tax laws
and their
administration,
for the
primary purpose
of
encouraging
and
facilitating
maximum
compliance
with the
voluntary system
of
taxation

It
counsels
and
advises
the
Commissioner
and
other levels of management
where
public interest
or
response
is
involved in the determination
of
Service
policy
and
execution
of
tax programs;
evaluates
for the
Commissioner
the
attitude
of the
public
toward
Revenue Service
policy
and
programs
and
recommends corrective measures where indicated;
conducts
continuous studies
of the
Service’s information program
to
identify
and
act
on
problems
and
opportunities
for
improvement;
maintains liaison with
and
gives
functional guidance
to
regional
and
district
offices
in the
public information area;
and
carries out
the
public information program
at the
National Office
======================================
COMPLIANCE

with the

VOLUNTARY system

of

taxation
======================================

_________________________________________________
FEDERAL REGISTER, VOL. 36, NO. 12—TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1971
_________________________________________________
36 F.R. 853
——————————————————————


——————————————————————
1113.44  Public Information Division
………………………………………………..
Plans,
develops
and
coordinates
the
Service-wide
policies
and
programs
for
providing information
to the
public
through the
press,
radio,
television
and
other
informational,
educational
and
professional media,
to
improve
general
knowledge
and
understanding
of the
Federal tax laws
and their
administration,
for the
primary purpose
of
encouraging
and
facilitating
maximum
compliance
with the
voluntary system
of
taxation

It
counsels
and
advises
the
Commissioner
and
other levels of management
where
public interest
or
response
is
involved in the determination
of
Service
policy
and
execution
of
tax programs;
evaluates
for the
Commissioner
the
attitude
of the
public
toward
Revenue Service
policy
and
programs
and
recommends corrective measures where indicated;
conducts
continuous studies
of the
Service’s information program
to
identify
and
act
on
problems
and
opportunities
for
improvement;
maintains liaison with
and
gives
functional guidance
to
regional
and
district
offices
in the
public information area;
and
carries out
the
public information program
at the
National Office
======================================
COMPLIANCE

with the

VOLUNTARY system

of

taxation
======================================

_________________________________________________
FEDERAL REGISTER, VOL. 37, NO. 194—THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1972
_________________________________________________
37 F.R. 20961
——————————————————————

——————————————————————
1113.33  Assistant to the Commission (Public Affairs)
………………………………………………..
formerly 1113.44  Public Information Division
………………………………………………..
The Assistant to the Commissioner
(Public Affairs)

counsels
and
advises
the
Commissioner,
Deputy Commissioner
and
other levels of management
on
matters
where
public interest
or
response
is
involved in the determination
of
Service
policies
and the
execution
of
Service programs

Evaluates
for the
Commissioner
the
attitude
of the
public
towards the
Service
policies
and
programs
and
recommends corrective measures where indicated

Plans,
develops
and
coordinates
the
Service-wide
policies
and
programs
for
providing information
to the
public
through
mass communication methods
to help
improve
knowledge
and
understanding
of the
Federal tax
and
related laws
and their
administration,
for the
primary purpose
of
encouraging
and
facilitating
maximum
voluntary compliance
by the
public

Conducts
continuous studies
of the
Service’s public affairs activities
to
identify
and
act
on
problems
and
opportunities
for
improvement

Maintains liaison with
and
provides
functional supervision
to
regional
and
district
offices
in
public affairs matters
and
carries out
public affairs programs
at the
National Office

Supervises the activities
of the
Public Affairs Division
and its
Branches:

Tax Information,
Stabilization Information,
and
Programs and Field Services
======================================
VOLUNTARY COMPLIANCE

by the

public
======================================

_________________________________________________
FEDERAL REGISTER, VOL. 39, NO. 62—FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1974
_________________________________________________
39 F.R. 11573
——————————————————————

——————————————————————
SEC. 1113.33  Assistant to the Commission (Public Affairs)
………………………………………………..
formerly 1113.33
………………………………………………..
The Assistant to the Commissioner
(Public Affairs)

counsels
and
advises
the
Commissioner,
Deputy Commissioner
and
other levels of management
on
matters
where
public interest
or
response
is
involved in the determination
of
Service
policies
and the
execution
of
Service programs

Plans,
develops
and
coordinates
the
Service-wide
policies
and
programs
for
providing information
to the
public
through
mass communication methods
to help
improve
knowledge
and
understanding
of the
Federal tax
and
related laws
and their
administration,
for the
primary purpose
of
encouraging
and
facilitating
maximum
voluntary compliance
by the
public

Conducts
continuous studies
of the
Service’s public affairs activities
to
identify
and
act
on
problems
and
opportunities
for
improvement

Maintains liaison with
and
provides
functional supervision
to
regional
and
district
offices
in
public affairs matters
and
carries out
public affairs programs
at the
National Office
and
directs the activities
of the
Public Affairs Division

Evaluates
for the
Commissioner
public
response to
Service
policies
and
programs
and
recommends
Service actions where indicated
======================================
VOLUNTARY COMPLIANCE

by the

public
======================================
_________________________________________________
The Internal Revenue Service (I.R.S.)
Public Information Division / Public Affairs
which is responsible
for
providing information
to the
public
through
mass communication methods
(press,
radio,
television
and
other
informational,
educational
and
professional media)
to help
improve
knowledge
and
understanding
of the
Federal tax
and
related laws
and their
administration,
for the
primary purpose
of
encouraging
and
facilitating
maximum
voluntary compliance
by the
public
with the
voluntary system
of
taxation

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Internal Revenue Service: ORGANIZATION and FUNCTIONS – 1975-Present (Index)

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The Administrative Procedure Act (A.P.A.) requires that the Internal Revenue Service (I.R.S.):
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PUBLIC INFORMATION

Section 3 (a) RULES
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Every AGENCY shall SEPARATELY STATE and CURRENTLY PUBLISH in the FEDERAL REGISTER
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(1) DESCRIPTIONS of its Central and Field ORGANIZATION
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including
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DELEGATIONS by the AGENCY of FINAL AUTHORITY
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(2) STATEMENTS of the GENERAL COURSE and METHOD by which its FUNCTIONS are CHANNELED and DETERMINED
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NO PERSON SHALL in any manner be REQUIRED to resort to ORGANIZATION or PROCEDURE NOT so PUBLISHED
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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

Page 10418
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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

Page 6372
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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

Page 9368
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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

Page 1657
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1970
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Internal Revenue Service:
1970 – ORGANIZATION and FUNCTIONS
(Tuesday February 3)
35 F.R. 2417-2456
(39 pages)
Volume 35 Number 23
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1970 Annual Subject Index Page 90

ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS

Page 2417
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1971
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Internal Revenue Service:
1971 – ORGANIZATION and FUNCTIONS
(Tuesday, January 19)
36 F.R. 849-890
(41 pages)
Volume 36 Number 12
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1971 Annual Subject Index Page 100

ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS

Page 850

(Page 849)
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1972
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Internal Revenue Service:
1972 – ORGANIZATION and FUNCTIONS
(Thursday, October 5)
37 F.R. 20960-20990
(30 pages)
Volume 37 Number 194
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1972 Annual Index Page 106

ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS

Page 20960
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1973
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Internal Revenue Service:
1973 – ORGANIZATION and FUNCTIONS
38 F.R.
Volume 38
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Annual Index, 1973

Page 123

AUTHORITY DELEGATIONS:

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

Page 19976
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1973 Annual Index Page 125

ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS
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1974
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Internal Revenue Service:
1974 – ORGANIZATION and FUNCTIONS
(Friday, March 29)
39 F.R. 11572-11610
(38 pages)
Volume 39 Number 62
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Annual Index, 1974

ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS

Page 11572
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1975
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federal register index
January-March 1975
Volume 40 Numbers 1-62
Pages 1-14564
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 34-35
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federal register index
April-June 1975
Volume 40 Numbers 63-126
Pages 14565-27635
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 34-35
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Page 34

Organization and functions:

Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms Bureau: transfer of functions

Page 16835
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NO page 27636
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federal register index
July-September 1975
Volume 40 Numbers 127-190
Pages 27637-45156
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 37-38
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federal register index
October-December 1975
Volume 40 Numbers 191-251
Pages 45157-60221
Internal Revenue Service
Page 35
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federal register index
Annual, 1975
Volume 40, Numbers 1—251
Pages 1—60221
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 97-98
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Page 97

Organization and functions;

Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Bureau;

transfer of functions,

Page 16835
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1976
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federal register index
January-March 1976
Volume 41, Numbers 1—63
Pages 1-13893
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 35-36
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NO pages 13894-22030
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federal register index
April-June 1976
Volume 41—Numbers 106-127
Pages 22031-27011
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 39-40
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Page 40

Notices

Authority delegations:

International Operation, Director, et al.,

Page 26036
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NO pages 27012-27022
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federal register index
July-September 1976
Volume 41—Numbers 128-191
Pages 27023-43380
Internal Revenue Service
26036
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federal register index
October-December 1976
Volume 41—Numbers 192-252
Pages 43381-57072
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 41-42
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Page 41

RULES

Procedural rules:

Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Bureau;

reorganization;

title changes

Page 44038
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Page 41

RULES

Procedure and administration:

Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Bureau;

reorganization;

title changes

Page 44038
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federal register index
Annual, 1976
Volume 41, Numbers 1—252
Pages 1—57072
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 107-108
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Page 107

RULES

Procedural rules:

Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Bureau;

reorganization;

title changes

Page 44038
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Page 107

RULES

Procedure and administration:

Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Bureau;

reorganization;

title changes

Page 44038
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Page 108

NOTICES

International Operations, Director, et al.,

Page 26036
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1977
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federal register index
Annual, 1977
Volume 42, Numbers 1—251
Pages 1—65603
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 114-115
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Page 115

NOTICES

Authority delegations:

International Operations Director et al.;

Northern Mariana Islands taxes

Page 21157
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1978
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federal register index
Annual, 1978
Volume 43, Numbers 1—251
Pages 1—61261
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 111-113
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Annual, 1978, Federal Register Index

Page 111

Internal Revenue Service (IRS)

RULES

Procedural rules

Reorganization of Internal Revenue Service,

miscellaneous amendments,

Pages 53029, 57874
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1979
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federal register index
Annual, 1979
Volume 44—Numbers 1—251
Pages 1—77498
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 124-127
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Federal Register Index, Annual, 1979

Page 126

Internal Revenue Service (IRS)

NOTICES

Authority delegations

Director of International Operations;

premium pay for administratively uncontrollable overtime,

Page 27528
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Annual, 1979, Federal Register Index

Page 127

Internal Revenue Service

NOTICES

Organization and functions:
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1980
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federal register index
January-December 1980
Volume 45—Numbers 1—252
Pages 1—87012
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 146-149
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1981
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federal register index
January-December 1981
Volume 46—Numbers 1-251
Pages 1—63554
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 134-135
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1982
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federal register index
January-December, 1982 Annual
Volume 47—Numbers 1-251
Pages 1—58494
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 114-116
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Page 116

NOTICES

Organization and functions:
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1983
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federal register index
January-December, 1983 Annual
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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Page 91

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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Page 83

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
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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
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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
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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
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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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Page 84

NOTICES

Organization, functions, and authority delegations:
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1994
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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
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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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Page 91

NOTICES

Organization, functions, and authority delegations:
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1996
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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:
………………………………………………..
Page 95

NOTICES

Organization, functions, and authority delegations:
………………………………………………..

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1997
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federal register Index
January-December, 1997
Volume 62—Numbers 1-250
Pages 1-68530
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 88-89
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89

NOTICES

Organization, functions, and authority delegations:

Assistant Commissioner (International) et al.,

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

NOTICES

Organization, functions, and authority delegations:
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1999
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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
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Federal Register Index
January-December 2000
Volume 65—Numbers 1-251
Pages 1-83294
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 90-91
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Page 91

NOTICES

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

NOTICES

Organization, functions, and authority delegations:
………………………………………………..

_________________________________________________
2002
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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
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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
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Federal Register Index
January-December 2004
Volume 69—Numbers 1-250
Pages 1-78852
Internal Revenue Service
Pages 86-88
………………………………………………..

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Page 86

RULES

Income taxes, etc.:

Organization, functions, and authority delegations:
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2005
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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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1. Know your Rights
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Internal Revenue Service: TAXPAYER BILL of RIGHTS
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http://wp.me/p8Sbod-9M
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2. The Administrative Procedure Act (A.P.A.) requires that the Internal Revenue Service (I.R.S.):
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PUBLIC INFORMATION
Section 3 (a) RULES
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Every AGENCY shall SEPARATELY STATE and CURRENTLY PUBLISH in the FEDERAL REGISTER
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(1) DESCRIPTIONS of its Central and Field ORGANIZATION
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including
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DELEGATIONS by the AGENCY of FINAL AUTHORITY
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and the
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ESTABLISHED PLACES at which and METHODS whereby the PUBLIC may secure INFORMATION or make SUBMITTALS or REQUESTS
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(2) STATEMENTS of the GENERAL COURSE and METHOD by which its FUNCTIONS are CHANNELED and DETERMINED
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including the
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NATURE and REQUIREMENTS of all FORMAL or INFORMAL PROCEDURES available
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as well as
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FORMS and INSTRUCTIONS as to the SCOPE and CONTENTS of all PAPERS REPORTS or EXAMINATION
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NO PERSON SHALL IN ANY MANNER BE REQUIRED to resort to ORGANIZATION or PROCEDURES NOT so PUBLISHED
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PUBLIC INFORMATION

Section 3.

(a) RULES.—Every agency shall separately state and currently publish in the Federal Register

(1) descriptions of its central and field organization including delegations by the agency of final authority and the established places at which, and methods whereby, the public may secure information or make submittals or requests;

(2) statements of the general course and method by which its functions are channeled and determined, including the nature and requirements of all formal or informal procedures available as well as forms and instructions as to the scope and contents of all papers, reports, or examinations

No person shall in any manner be required to resort to organization or procedure not so published
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NO PERSON SHALL IN ANY MANNER BE REQUIRED TO RESORT TO ORGANIZATION OR PROCEDURE NOT SO PUBLISHED
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Administrative Procedure Act

APA

Pub.L. 79–404

60 Stat. 237

5 U.S.C. ch. 5, subch. I § 500 et seq.‎

Statutes at Large‎: ‎60 Stat. 237‎
June 11, 1946

[CHAPTER 324—2D SESSION]. [S. 7]
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Administrative Procedure Act

Attorney
Lowell (Larry) Becraft, Huntsville, Alabama
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http://home.hiwaay.net/%7Ebecraft/APAbrief.htm
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http://www.lexrex.com/enlightened/articles/APAbrief.htm
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1947 Attorney General Manual

Florida State University (FSU)
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http://fall.fsulawrc.com/admin/1947ii.html
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https://www.justice.gov/sites/default/files/jmd/legacy/2014/05/01/act-pl79-404.pdf
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Administrative Procedure Act (5 U.S.C. Subchapter II)
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https://www.archives.gov/federal-register/laws/administrative-procedure
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5 U.S. Code Chapter 5 – ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE
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https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/5/part-In /chapter-5
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The I.R.S. published its Statement of Organization and Functions in the Federal Register as required by the A.P.A., from 1956-1974

However, the IRS has NOT published a Statement of Organization and Functions in the Federal Register as required by the APA, since 1975

The IRS can claim that their current Statement of Organization and Functions is available for inspection at their offices, but that is NOT what the Administrative Procedure Act requires

The Corrupt IRS is NOT above the LAW even though they act like they are

If the IRS proceeds against you, a Motion can be filed with the local United States Federal Court

(See APA brief by lawyer Larry H. Becraft, Jr., above)

Americans cannot know what functions are authorized to be handled by what section(s) of the I.R.S. without a current Statement of Organization and Functions

If anyone knows where the I. R. S. has published its Statement of Organization and Functions in the Federal Register, since 1975, please leave a message with that information, on this blog article
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Internal Revenue Service: ORGANIZATION and FUNCTIONS – 1956 (Friday, December 28) 21 F.R. 10418-10432 (14 pages) Volume 21 Number 250
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https://irsliars.wordpress.com/internal-revenue-service-organization-and-functions-1956-friday-december-28-21-f-r-10418-10432-14-pages-volume-21-number-250
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Internal Revenue Service: ORGANIZATION and FUNCTIONS – 1961 (Saturday, July 15) 26 F.R. 6372-6395 (23 pages) Volume 26 Number 135
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Internal Revenue Service: ORGANIZATION and FUNCTIONS – 1965 (Wednesday, July 28) 30 F.R. 9368-9402 (34 pages) Volume 30 Number 144
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Internal Revenue Service: ORGANIZATION and FUNCTIONS – 1967 (Saturday, January 21) 32 F.R. 727-762 (23 pages) Volume 32 Number 14
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Internal Revenue Service: ORGANIZATION and FUNCTIONS – 1969 (Tuesday, February 4) 34 F.R. 1657-1695 (38 pages) Volume 34 Number 23
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Internal Revenue Service: ORGANIZATION and FUNCTIONS – 1970 (Tuesday, February 3) 35 F.R. 2417-2456 (39 pages) Volume 35 Number 23
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Internal Revenue Service: ORGANIZATION and FUNCTIONS – 1971 (Tuesday, January 19) 36 F.R. 849-890 (41 pages) Volume 36 Number 12
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Internal Revenue Service: ORGANIZATION and FUNCTIONS – 1972 (Thursday, October 5) 37 F.R. 20960-20990 (30 pages) Volume 37 Number 194
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Internal Revenue Service: ORGANIZATION and FUNCTIONS – 1974 (Friday, March 29) 39 F.R. 11572-11610 (38 pages) Volume 39 Number 62
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https://irsliars.wordpress.com/internal-revenue-service-organization-and-functions-1974-friday-march-29-39-f-r-11572-11610-38-pages-volume-39-number-62
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Internal Revenue Service: ORGANIZATION and FUNCTIONS – 1969 (Tuesday, February 4) 34 F.R. 1657-1695 (38 pages) Volume 34 Number 23 (with Index)

Internal Revenue Service: ORGANIZATION and FUNCTIONS – 1969 (Tuesday, February 4) 34 F.R. 1657-1695 (38 pages) Volume 34 Number 23
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1969 Annual Subject Index 83
ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS
1657
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34 F.R. 1657-1695
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34 F.R. 1657
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1112 Service Organization
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1113 National Office
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1113:1 Mission
1113.2 Basic Organization
1113.3 Office of the Commissioner
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1113.31 Deputy Commissioner
1113.32 Assistant to the Commissioner
1113.33 Foreign Tax Assistance Staff
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1113.4 Office of Assistant Commissioner (Administration>
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1113.41 Facilities Management Division
Office of the Director

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34 F.R. 1658
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1113.411 National Office Facilities Branch
1113.412 Standards and Programs Branch
1113.413 Protective Programs Branch
1113.414 Publications Branch
1113.42 Fiscal Management Division
1113.421 Accounting Branch
1113.422 Budget Branch
1113.43 Personnel Division
Office of the Director

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34 F.R. 1659
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1113.431 Employee Relations Branch
1113.432 Employment Programs Branch
1113.433 National Office Branch
1113.434 Position Programs and Methods Branch
1113.44 Public Information Division
1113.45 Training DivisionOffice of the Director
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34 F.R. 1660
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1113.451 Administrative Office f/k/a 1113.641
1113.452 National Office Training Branch
1113.453 Programs and Standards Branch
1113.454 National Training Center f/k/a 1113.452 National Office Training Branch
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1113.5 Office of Assistant Commissioner (Compliance)
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1113.51 Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms DivisionOffice of the Director f/k/a Alcohol and Tobacco Tax Division—Office of the Director f/k/a 1113.61 f/k/a 1113.51
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1113.511 Executive Assistant f/k/a 1113.611
1113.512 National Office Laboratory f/k/a 1113.612
1113.513 Basic Permit and Trade Practice Branch f/k/a 1113.513 f/k/a 1113.512
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34 F.R. 1661
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1113.514 Enforcement Branch f/k/a 1114.51
1113.515 Permissive Branch f/k/a 1113.615 f/k/a 1113.511
1113.516 Tobacco Tax Branch f/k/a 1113.616 f/k/a 1113.514
1113.52 Appellate DivisionOffice of the Director f/k/a 1113.62 f/k/a 1113.52
1113.521 Coordination and Management Staff f/k/a 1113.621
1113.522 Operations Analysis Branch f/k/a 1113.523 f/k/a 1113.623 f/k/a 1113.523
1113.523 Procedures Branch f/k/a 1113.524 f/k/a Procedure and Closing Agreement Branch f/k/a 1113.624
1113.524 Settlement Analysis Branch f/k/a 1113.525 f/k/a 1113.625 f/k/a 1113.522
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34 F.R. 1662
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1113.525 Special Services Branch f/k/a 1113.526 f/k/a 1113.626 f/k/a 1113.524
1113.53 Audit DivisionOffice of the Director f/k/a Audit Division—Office of the Director f/k/a 1113.63 f/k/a 1113.53
1113.531 Administrative Services Office f/k/a 1113.631
1113.532 Budget, Reports and Data Processing Branch
1113.533 Management Services Branch
1113.534 Field Examination Branch f/k/a 1113.535
1113.535 Office Examination and Miscellaneous Taxes Branch f/k/a 1113.536 Office Examination Branch
1113.536 Operational Research Branch
1113.537 Post Examination Branch
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34 F.R. 1663
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1113.538 Technical Coordination Branch
1113.54 Collection DivisionOffice of the Director f/k/a 1113.65 f/k/a 1113.54
1113.541 Administrative Services Office f/k/a Administrative Services Office f/k/a 1113.631
1113.542 Analytical Services Staff
1113.543 Centralized Activities Office
1113.544 Special Projects Staff
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34 F.R. 1664
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1113.545 Delinquent Accounts Branch f/k/a 1113.6743 Delinquent Accounts and Returns Branch f/k/a 1118.54
1113.546 Delinquent Returns Branch f/k/a 1118.54 Delinquent Accounts and Returns Branch
1113.547 Disclosure and Liaison Branch
1113.548 Taxpayer Assistance Branch f/k/a 1118.53 Taxpayer Services Branch
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34 F.R. 1665
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1113.55 Intelligence DivisionOffice of the Director f/k/a 1113.66 f/k/a 1113.55
1113.551 Administrative office f/k/a 1113.661
1113.552 Analysis and Evaluation Branch f/k/a 1113.663
1113.553 Investigative Techniques Branch f/k/a 1113.664
1113.554 Operations Coordination Branch f/k/a 1113.665
1113.555 Planning and Procedures Branch f/k/a 1113.666
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34 F.R. 1666
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1113.56 Office of International OperationsDirector of International Operations f/k/a 1113.67 f/k/a 1113.56
1113.561 Administrative office f/k/a 1113.563 f/k/a 1113.673
1113.562 Collection Division f/k/a 1113.564 f/k/a 1113.674
1113.5621 Office Branch
1113.5622 Delinquent Accounts and Returns Branch f/k/a 1113.5643 f/k/a 1113.6743 f/k/a 1118.54
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34 F.R. 1667
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1113.5623 Puerto Rico Collection Branch f/k/a 1113.5644 f/k/a 1113.6744
1113.563 Audit Division f/k/a 1113.565 f/k/a 1113.675
1113.5631 Conference Staff f/k/a 1113.5652 Conference Coordinator f/k/a 1113.6752
1113.5632 Review Staff f/k/a 1113.5651 f/k/a 1113.6751 f/k/a 1118.43
1113.5633 Chief Classifying Officer f/k/a 1113.5653 f/k/a 1113.6753
1113.5634 Service Branch f/k/a 1113.5654 f/k/a 1113.6754 f/k/a 1118.44
1113.5635 Examination Branch
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34 F.R. 1668
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1113.564 Foreign Operations Division
1113.5641 Foreign Posts f/k/a 1113.566 f/k/a 1113.677
1113.565 Research Tax Treaty and Technical Services Division
1113.5651 Economic Advisory Branch
1113.5652 Research and Tax Treaty Branch
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34 F.R. 1669
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1113.6 Office of Assistant Commissioner (Data Processing) f/k/a 1113.64 Automatic Data Processing Division—Office of the Director
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1113.61 Administrative Office f/k/a 1113.641
1113.62 Operations Division Office of the Director
1113.621 Analysis Branch
1113.622 Field Coordination Branch
1113.623 Program Development Branch
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34 F.R. 1670
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1113.624 Resource Utilization Branch f/k/a 1113.623
1113.625 National Computer Center f/k/a 1113.624
1113.63 Management Information DivisionOffice of the Director
1113.631 Reports Management Branch
1113.632 Processing Branch
1113.633 IRS Data Center f/k/a 1113.625
1113.64 Systems DivisionOffice of the Director
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34 F.R. 1671
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1113.641 Procedures Branch f/k/a 1113.642 f/k/a 1113.636
1113.642 Service Center Branch f/k/a 1113.644 Service Centers Programs Branch f/k/a 1117.2 Programs
1113.643 Master File Branch
1113.644 Equipment Branch
1113.645 Testing Branch
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1113.7 Office of Assistant Commissioner (Inspection) f/k/a 1113.5 f/k/a 1113.4
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1113.71 Internal Audit DivisionOffice of the Director f/k/a 1113.51 Internal Audit Division f/k/a 1113.41
1113.711 Field Coordination Branch
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34 F.R. 1672
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1113.712 Operations Branch
1113.713 Program Development Branch
1113.714 Data Processing Activities Branch
1113.72 Internal Security Division
1113.721 Complaint Case Coordination Branch
1113.722 Investigations Branch f/k/a 1113.522
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34 F.R. 1673
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1113.723 Planning and Programming Branch
1113.724 Security Case Coordination Branch
1113.8 Office of Assistant Commissioner (Planning and Research)
1113.81 Planning and Analysis Division
1113.82 Research Division
1113.83 Statistics Division
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34 F.R. 1674
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1113.831 Administrative Office
1113.832 Income, Finance, and Wealth Branch
1113.833 Statistical Techniques Branch
1113.834 Mathematical Statistics Branch
1113.835 Program Management Branch
1113.84 Systems Development Division
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1113.9 Office of Assistant Commissioner (Technical>
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1113.91 Income Tax DivisionOffice of the Director
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34 F.R. 1675
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1113.911 Corporation Tax Branch
1113.912 Engineering and Valuation Branch
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34 F.R. 1676
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1113.913 Individual Income Tax Branch f/k/a 1113.835 f/k/a 1113.635
1113.914 Reorganization Branch f/k/a 1113.838 f/k/a 1113.637 Reorganization and Dividend Branch
1113.92 Miscellaneous and Special Provisions Tax DivisionOffice of the Director f/k/a Exempt Organizations and Pension Trust Division—Office of the Director (1113.93 Miscellaneous Tax Division—Office of the Director)
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34 F.R. 1677
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1113.921 Actuarial Branch f/k/a 1113.931
1113.922 Administrative Provisions Branch f/k/a 1113.933
1113.923 Estate and Gift Tax Branch f/k/a 1113.933 f/k/a 1113.833 f/k/a 1113.633
1113.924 Excise Tax Branch f/k/a 1113.934 f/k/a 1113.834 f/k/a 1113.634
1113.925 Exempt Organizations Branch f/k/a 1113.921 f/k/a 1113.837
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34 F.R. 1678
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1113.926 Pension Trust Branch f/k/a 1113.922 f/k/a 1113.836
1113.93 Technical Publications and Services DivisionOffice of the Director f/k/a 1113.94
1113.931 Forms and Form Letters Branch f/k/a 1113.942
1113.932 Technical Publications Branch f/k/a 1113.941
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34 F.R. 1679
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1113.933 Technical Services Branch f/k/a 1113.943
1113.(10) Office of the Chief Counsel f/k/a 1113.9 f/k/a 1113.7
1113.(10)1 Associate Chief Counsel (Litigation) f/k/a 1113.(10)2 f/k/a 1113.92
1113.(10)11 Tax Court Division f/k/a 1113.(10)21 f/k/a 1113.9211
1113.(10)12 Enforcement Division f/k/a 1113.(10)22 f/k/a 1113.9222 f/k/a 1113.731
1113.(10)13 Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Legal Division f/k/a 1113.(10)23 Alcohol and Tobacco Tax Legal Division f/k/a 1113.9223 f/k/a 1113.732
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34 F.R. 1680
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1113.(10)14 General Litigation Division
1113.(10)15 Refund Litigation Division
1113.(10)2 Associate Chief Counsel (Technical)
1113.(10)21 Legislation and Regulations Division
1113.(10)22 Interpretive Division
1113.(10)3 Operations and Planning Division f/k/a 1113.(10)6 f/k/a Operations and Planning Branch
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1114 Office of Regional Commissioner
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1114.1 Mission
1114.2 Basic Organization
1114.3 Regional Commissioner
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34 F.R. 1681
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1114.4 Assistant Regional Commissioner (Administration)
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1114.41 Facilities Management Branch
1114.42 Fiscal Management Branch
1114.43 Personnel Branch
1114.44 Training Branch
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1114.5 Assistant Regional Commissioner (Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms)
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1114.51 Enforcement Branch
1114.52 Laboratory Branch
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34 F.R. 1682
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1114.53 Permissive Branch
1114.54 Branch Offices f/k/a 1114.53
(1)(a) Office of Chief Inspector
(1)(b) Office of Chief Special Investigator
1114.55 Area Offices
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1114.6 Assistant Regional Commissioner (Appellate)
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1114.7 Assistant Regional Commissioner (Audit)
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34 F.R. 1683
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1114.8 Assistant Regional Commissioner (Collection)
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1114.9 Assistant Regional Commissioner (Data Processing)
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1114.(10) Assistant Regional Commissioner (Intelligence) f/k/a 1114.9
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1114.(10)1 Review and Conference Staff f/k/a 1114.91
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34 F.R. 1684
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1115 Office of Regional Inspector
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1115.1 Assistant Regional Inspector (Internal Audit)
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1115.2 Assistant Regional Inspector (Internal Security)
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1116 Office of Regional Counsel
(1)
(2) Tax Court Matters
(3) Enforcement Matters
(4) General Litigation Matters
(5) Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms Matters
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1117 Service Centers
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1117.1 General
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34 F.R. 1685
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1117.2 Service Center Organization
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1117.21 General f/k/a 1117.51
1117.22 Office of the Director f/k/a 1117.52
1117.23 Audit Staff
1117.24 Program Analysis Staff
1117.25 Administration Division f/k/a 1117.46 f/k/a 1118.7
1117.251 Facilities Management Branch f/k/a 1117.542 f/k/a 1118.71 f/k/a 1118.73 Operating Facilities Branch
1117.252 Personnel Branch f/k/a 1117.541 f/k/a 1118.72 f/k/a 1118.71
1117.253 Training Branch f/k/a 1117.543 f/k/a 1118.73 f/k/a 1118.72
1117.26 Examination Division
1117.261 Receipt and Control Branch
(1) Receiving and Sorting Section
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34 F.R. 1686
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(a) Receiving and Shipping Unit
(b) Extracting and Sorting Unit
(c) Machine Unit
(2) Clearing and Control Section
(a) Clearing and Deposit Unit
(b) Batching Unit
(c) Numbering Unit
1117.262 Examination Branch
Section A
(a) Unit A-1
(b) Unit A-2
(c) Unit A-3
(d) Unit A-4
(e) Unit A-5
(2) Section B
(a) Unit B-1
(b) Unit B-2
(c) Unit B-3
(d) Units B-4 and B-5
(3) Section C
(a) Units C-1 and C-2
(b) Unit C-3
(c) Unit C-4
(4) Section D
(a) Unit D-1
(b) Unit D-2
(c) Unit D-3
1117.263 Error Correction Branch f/k/a 1117.552 Error Resolution Branch
(1) Section A
(a) Unit A-1
(b) Unit A-2
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34 F.R. 1687
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(c) Unit A-3
(2) Section B
(a) Unit B-1
(b) Unit B-2
(c) Unit B-3
1117.27 Data Conversion Division
(a) Units
(2) Section 2
1117.272 Transcription Branch B f/k/a 1117.561 Transcription Branches (2) Branch B
(1) Section 3
(a) Units
(1) Section 4
(a) Units
1117.273 Computer Branch
1117.28 Taxpayer Service Division
(2) Entity Control Section
1117.282 Research Branch
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34 F.R. 1688
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(1) Research Section
(2) Returns Section
1117.283 Taxpayer Contact Branch
(1) ADP Technical Section
(2) Correspondence Section
1117.29 Accounting and Adjustment Division f/k/a 1117.43 Accounting and Control Division
1117.291 Accounting Branch f/k/a 1117.571 f/k/a 1113.331 f/k/a 1113.351
(1) Master File Accounts Section
(a) Accounting Control Unit
1 Journal and Assessment Group
2 Ledger and Reports Group
3 Processing Group
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34 F.R. 1689
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(b) Accounts Services Unit
1 Unidentified and Transfer Group
2 Accounts Review Group
3 Accounts Maintenance Group
(2) Nonmaster File Accounts Section
(a) Nonmaster File Control Unit
(b) Nonmaster File Accounts Maintenance Unit
1117.292 Adjustment Branch
(1) Analysis, Research and Control Group
(a) Adjustment Control Unit
(b) Analysis and Research Unit
(2) IMF Adjustment Section
(a) IMF Adjustment Unit 1
1 IMF Adjustment Groups
(b) IMF Adjustment Unit 2
1 IMF Adjustment Groups
(3) BMF and Special Processing Adjustment Section
(a) BMF Adjustment Unit
1 BMF Adjustment Groups
(b) Special Processing Adjustment Unit
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34 F.R. 1690
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1 Special Processing Group
2 Statutory Protection Group
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1118 Office of District Director
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1118.1 Mission
1118.2 Basic Organization
1118.3 District Director
1118.4 Audit Division
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1118.41 Conference Staff
1118.42 Review Staff
1118.43 Returns Classifying Officer
1118.44 Field Audit Branch
1118.45 Office Audit Branch
1118.46 Service Branch
1118.47 Technical Branch
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34 F.R. 1691
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1118.5 Collection Division Organization f/k/a Collection Division
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1118.51 Collection Division
1118.511 Office Branch
1118.512 Field Branch
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1118.52 Collection Division
1118.521 Returns and Receipts Branch f/k/a 1118.51 f/k/a 1113.6741 Returns, Receipts and Taxpayer Service Branch
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34 F.R. 1692
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1118.522 Revenue Accounting Branch f/k/a 1118.52 f/k/a 1113.6742
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1118.6 Intelligence Division
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1118.61 Branches A and B
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34 F.R. 1693
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(1)
(2)
(a) Area office
(b) Zone office
(c) Local office
(3)
(4)
(5)
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34 F.R. 1694
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Appendix A
Internal Revenue Regional Offices
Appendix B
Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms Branch Offices
Appendix C
Appellate Branch Offices
Appendix D
Internal Revenue Service Centers
Appendix E
Internal Revenue District Offices
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34 F.R. 1695
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Appendix F
Regional Inspectors’ Offices
Appendix G
Regional Counsel Offices
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Sections from 1967 Statement of Organization and Functions NOT included on 1969 Statement:

1113.522 Excess Profits Tax Council f/k/a 1113.622 f/k/a 1113.525
1113.532 Analytical Services Staff
1113.533 Program Assistance Staff
1113.534 Preexamination Branch
1113.63 Reports Division f/k/a 1113.44
1113.631 Data Processing Analysis Branch f/k/a 1113.643 Analysis Branch
1113.643 Planning and Applications Branch
1113.(10)1 Deputy Chief Counsel
1113.(10)5 Joint Committee Division f/k/a 1113.9213
1117.2 Programs
1117.3 District Office-Service Center Functions
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1117.4 Service Center Organization (Non-ADP) f/k/a Service Center Organization
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1117.41 General
1117.42 Transcription and Document Processing Division
1117.44 Data Processing Division
1117.45 Fiscal Management Operations Division f/k/a 1113.33 Fiscal Management Division f/k/a 1113.35
1117.46 Administration Division f/k/a 1118.7
1117.53 Planning Staff f/k/a 1113.331
1117.55 Document Analysis and Control Division
1117.551 Document Analysis Branch
1117.553 Control and Services Branch
1117.56 Transcription Division f/k/a 1117.42 Transcription and Document Processing Division
1117.57 Accounting and Data Processing Division f/k/a 1117.43 Accounting and Control Division and 1117.44 Data Processing Division
1117.572 Data Processing Branch
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Internal Revenue Service: ORGANIZATION and FUNCTIONS – 1969 (Tuesday, February 4) 34 F.R. 1657-1695 (38 pages) Volume 34 Number 23

Internal Revenue Service: ORGANIZATION and FUNCTIONS – 1969 (Tuesday, February 4) 34 F.R. 1657-1695 (38 pages) Volume 34 Number 23
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1969 Annual Subject Index 83
ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS
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