The IRS offers many ways for taxpayers, practitioners and stakeholders to engage in Open Government to help build transparency, participation and collaboration in government operations.
The IRS is making it easy for you to take part in Open Government by:
- Providing more meaningful and easy-to-find information about how the IRS works,
- Soliciting your ideas to help develop effective policy and
- Partnering with other government agencies and private institutions.
If you want to get involved, there are many ways for you to help. Check out the forums, webinars, sessions and information sources to see how you can participate in Open Government today.
In establishing a system of transparency, IRS offers several ways that taxpayers, practitioners and stakeholders can participate and collaborate with the government including in person, on the phone and on the Web.
For more information, please visit www.irs.gov, open government initiative.
Please contact our office for an initial consultation if you need legal advice.
Fredric C. Jacobs, Esquire, Board Certified Tax Law
Bach & Jacobs, P.A.
240 S. Pineapple Avenue, Suite 700
Sarasota, FL 34236