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IRSThe Internal Revenue Service is accepting nominations for the IRS Advisory Council. The council provides a forum for IRS officials and representatives of the public to discuss federal tax administration issues. Committee members submit report to the IRS commissioner each year.

Nominations will be accepted through June 16. Members are appointed to three-year terms by the commissioner with about nine appointees expected to be named to terms that begin on January 1.

Nominations may be made by individuals or organizations. Committee membership is balanced to include representation from such segments as tax attorneys, CPAs, Enrolled Agents, academia and the business community.

Applications should document nominees' qualifications, including knowledge of Treasury Circular 230 regulations; the ability to apply tax law knowledge in resolving complex tax issues; digital industry experience including online services for tax professionals; experience working with software developers on tax-related applications, financial applications, software development and user experience design; and dealings with a particular segment of the tax community that the applicant wishes to represent.

Information, including the application form is available on th IRS' web site.

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