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    WHAT IS THE RETURN PREPARER OFFICE (RPO) DIVISION? The Return Preparer Office is designed to improve taxpayer compliance by providing oversight of and services to tax professionals. The office ensures Tax Professionals apply for or renew their Preparer Tax Identification Number.  The office also provides guidance regarding the voluntary Annual Filing Season Program which allows return preparers to obtain a Record of Completion indicating that they have met IRS-approved continuing education requirements.  By partnering with our Tax Professionals, together we accomplish the mission of the Internal Revenue Service.

    WHAT DOES A BUDGET ANALYST DO? As an IRS Budget Analyst in one of our technical functions you'll be a key player in formulating and/or executing your Division's entire business plan and annual budget. You will formulate, monitor and execute the budget for your assigned program areas, assessing resource justifications and advising management of the financial impact of various business decisions. You will develop options for allocating resources among critical program areas and craft proposals to adjust resource distribution according to unanticipated needs, unfunded mandates, and other events during the fiscal year. You will help prepare funding proposals for future fiscal years, focusing on the critical needs of the agency and objectives of IRS leadership. You will also help prepare responses to Treasury, OMB and Congressional oversight committees.

    As an Budget Analyst you will:

    • Various analytical, technical, and administrative functions performed during one or more phases of the budgetary process.
    • Be involved in one or more phases of the federal budget cycle, including: Strategic Planning where you will analyze agency needs and performance objectives for past, present, and future fiscal years in order to identify and apply critical budget priorities; Budget Formulation, during which you will be involved in the coordination of resource justifications and the formulation, development, and presentation of the IRS' appropriation requests; and Budget Execution, which will require you to monitor, review, and analyze operational budgets at varying levels of detail in order to fully and accurately control agency spending and reporting.

    WHERE CAN I FIND OUT MORE ABOUT OTHER IRS CAREERS? If you want to find out more about IRS careers, visit us on the web at www.jobs.irs.gov

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    0560 Budget Analysis

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