John Koskinen

IRS
2:31 pm
Thu January 9, 2014

IRS Commissioner: finish investigation, make changes

New IRS Commissioner John Koskinen talks to Cincinnati employees on how to make the 501(c)(4) application process more efficient.
Credit IRS

New IRS Commissioner John Koskinen came to Cincinnati Thursday to find out how the process of applying for 501 (c)(4) status can be more efficient and learn from employees what resources they need and what obstacles they have.

Koskinen is known as a turnaround specialist, having run Freddie Mac in the middle of the financial crisis, and guiding Penn Central Railroad and a teamsters pension fund. He was also President Clinton's Y2K czar in the late 1990s. He now aims to restore confidence in the Internal Revenue Service.

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