IRS picks tax audit software for examiners

IRS picks tax audit software for examiners

The IRS will use Corporate Tax Audit Analyzer software from the Bureau of National Affairs Inc. for international examiners and agents who handle large and midsize accounts.

The Washington company's software best meets the computational needs of agents by providing accurate and consistent calculations, IRS spokeswoman Tamara Ward said.

The initiative is a part of the Customer Relationship Management Exam project, one of the agency's systems modernization efforts. Through the project, the IRS wants to let tax examiners conduct complex calculations on notebook computers.

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