May 15, 2000
IRS Selects Mader, Rogers,
Tomaso for New Leadership Team
WASHINGTON - An Internal Revenue Service built
around the needs of taxpayers is taking shape, and IRS executives David Mader, Larry
Rogers and Judith Tomaso will serve new leadership roles in the reorganized agency.
“These three highly talented individuals will bring invaluable skills and expertise
to the new IRS,” said Bob Wenzel, Deputy Commissioner Operations. “They join a
strong core of leaders that will guide the IRS through the final phase of the
restructuring and into the new century.”
As Assistant Deputy Commissioner Operations, Mader will work with IRS
Commissioner Charles O. Rossotti and Wenzel to shape the agency’s strategic
direction and will support the day-to-day operations at the IRS.
Mader most recently served as Chief, Management and Finance, where he had
responsibility for recruitment, training, workforce development, labor and employee
relations as well as all aspects of budgeting and financial management. He is a long-time
veteran of the IRS.
Larry Rogers will be the Chief Financial Officer (CFO). He will be supported by
two deputy CFOs in a realignment that will permit a more specialized focus on
improving the results of IRS financial audits and enhancing the agency’s planning and
financial management program.
While at the Treasury Department, Rogers acted as Deputy Assistant Secretary
for Administration, established and acted as the Inspector General for Tax
Administration and acted as Inspector General for the Treasury Department. His
distinguished federal service career includes work as a senior executive in the Labor
Department, the Education Department and the Interstate Commerce Commission.
Judith Tomaso, currently the Program Executive for Taxpayer Treatment and
Service Improvement, will lead the new Office of Tax Administration Coordination. In
this capacity, Tomaso will oversee the Program and Project Coordination Office, which
will govern multi-division business improvement initiatives, implementation of new
legislation and manage the Tax Administration Council. She will also oversee the
Organizational Performance Office, which guides the development and use of
employee performance measures, administers the IRS customer and employee
satisfaction surveys and manages the new Business Performance Review System.
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