Monday, March 15, 2010

IRS Experiencing Glitches with TE/GE Financial Reporting System

This article at NextGov recounts the bugs and glitches the IRS is experiencing with TREES, the IRS's Tax Exempt and Government Entities Reporting and Electronic Examination System that was first used in April 2008.  Apparently, the IRS still doesn't have the software working correctly, despite a number of attempts and upgrades, and no money is available during the current fiscal year for further work.  The system cost $18.7 million so far, but more dollars will be needed to get all its functions and features working.

That would pay for a whole lot of copies of Excel . . . 

JDC

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