Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Treasury.
Delegation of authority.
The specific order of succession and designation to act as Commissioner of Internal Revenue Service. The text of the delegation order appears below.Start Further Info
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Delegation of Authority
[Order Number 05 (Rev. 18)]
Effective Date: October 2, 2000.
Order of Succession and Designation
To Act as Commissioner of Internal Revenue
Authority: To act as and to perform the functions of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue in the event of an enemy attack on the United States, the disability of the Commissioner, his/her absence from the main Treasury relocation Site, or if there is a vacancy in the office, thus insuring the continuity of the functions of the office.
Delegated to: The following officials in the specific sequence listed:
Assistant Deputy Commissioner (Operations)
Assistant Deputy Commissioner (Modernization)
Chief, Communications and Liaison
Commissioner, Small Business/Self-Employed Division
Commissioner, Wage and Investment Division
Commissioner, Tax Exempt/Government Entities Division
Commissioner, Large/Mid-Size Business Division
Deputy Commissioner, Small Business/Self-Employed Division
Deputy Commissioner, Wage and Investment Division
Deputy Commissioner, Tax Exempt/Government Entities Division
Deputy Commissioner, Large/Mid-Size Business Division
Chief, Agency-Wide Shared Services
Chief, Criminal Investigation
Chief Information Officer
Redelegation: In the absence of these officials, the first available Compliance Director.
Sources of Authority: Treasury Order 150-10, Treasury Order 150-25.
This Order supersedes Delegation Order No. 5 (Rev. 17), effective October 15, 1999.Start Signature
Dated: October 4, 2000.
Charles O. Rossotti,
Commissioner of Internal Revenue.
[FR Doc. 00-28526 Filed 11-6-00; 8:45 am]
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