Applications are being accepted through March 1 for members to serve three-year terms beginning in September. Applicants should have experience “in such areas as state tax administration, cybersecurity and information security, tax software development, tax preparation, payroll and tax financial product processing, systems management and improvement and implementation of customer service initiatives,” the IRS said.
Nominations can be made by letter by organizations or individuals. Applications should complete the ETAAC application and include a short statement of interest and a resume. They should also describe and document their qualifications, past and current affiliations, and involvement with cybersecurity and electronic tax administration.
All applicants must successfully complete a tax compliance check, practitioner background check and FBI criminal background check.