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    Summary

    WHAT DOES THE COMMISSIONER, TAX EXEMPT AND GOVERNMENT ENTITIES (TE/GE) DO? The Commissioner, TE/GE is responsible for providing executive leadership and direction in the design, development and delivery of a comprehensive tax administration program to meet the needs of tax exempt and government entities, including employee plans, exempt organizations, and Federal, state, local and Indian Tribal governments.

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    Responsibilities

    As the Commissioner, Tax Exempt and Government Entities your duties and responsibilities include:

    • Formulate short and long range program policies, strategies and objectives for the Division to implement overall IRS strategy and vision. Responsible for the design and development of integrated policies, programs, systems and strategies that effectively provide superior customer service and ensures fairness and equity in enforcement for tax exempt and government entities.
    • Assist the Deputy Commissioner Services and Enforcement and the Commissioner of Internal Revenue in transforming the Internal Revenue Service into a first class customer service provider.
    • Represent the Deputy Commissioner Services and Enforcement and the Commissioner of Internal Revenue on sensitive and controversial issues related to tax exempt and government entities.
    • Direct activities to build cooperative partnerships with customers and stakeholders and ensure their characteristics and needs are considered in developing tax administration programs.
    • Coordinate program activities with other top level IRS executives to prepare Servicewide policies, address cross-functional issues, develop strategies and ensure consistency of approaches.
    • Serve as an expert consultant and advisor to the Deputy Commissioner Services and Enforcement, the Commissioner of Internal Revenue and other top ranking IRS and Treasury officials on the issues, regulations and needs relevant to tax exempt and government entities.
    • Manage all human, physical and financial resources assigned to the Division and allocate these resources in accordance with overall strategies to further the accomplishment of specific goals.
    • Provide executive leadership and direction to a nationwide staff through subordinate executives and managers and delegates sufficient authority to subordinates to effectively manage their resources and to seek continuous improvement by providing a supportive environment for creativity and innovation. Works closely with the Chief Counsel and the Division Counsel on regulatory and litigation issues affecting tax exempt and government entities.

    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

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - Periodic travel may be required.

    Supervisory status

    Yes

    Promotion Potential

    00

  • Job family (Series)

    0340 Program Management

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