IRS News Release  
January 07, 1992

Advisory Group Gets New Members

WASHINGTON - Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Fred T. Goldberg has announced the appointment of the 1992 Commissioner's Advisory Group.

Commissioner Goldberg appointed 15 new members to a two-year staggered term ending in 1993. Ten current members will serve their second year in 1992.

The commissioner appoints new members from nominations submitted by profesional organizations in the tax field, IRS officials and others interested in tax administration. Members are academicians, accountants, attorneys, business executives, educators, small business representatives and government officials. The members serve without compensation.

Commissioner Goldberg appointed Gene Wells, Esq. of Proctor & Gamble Co. in Cincinnati as Chair of the 1992 CAG. Wells will oversee the group's efforts to provide advice and counsel on important goals in the IRS strategic business plan. Goals include modernizing the tax systems, improving quality and reducing the taxpayers' burden.

The advisory group will hold three meetings, open to the public, on April 22 and 23, September 2 and 3, and December 9 and 10, 1992.

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