Deep into a career turning around companies and government agencies, John Koskinen found himself doing four jobs at once in 2009.
After what he jokingly called a “checkered employment career of interesting challenges,” John Koskinen has begun his next one: heading the Internal Revenue Service.
Restoring public trust, employee morale and congressional funding at the Internal Revenue Service will take time, the tax agency’s new commissioner said.
John Koskinen, a 74-year-old multimillionaire with a resume full of accomplishments, is about to get the thankless career-capping job of running the Internal Revenue Service.
The U.S. economy shrank in the first quarter at the fastest pace in five years, data this week may show.
John Koskinen, President Barack Obama’s nominee to run the U.S. Internal Revenue Service, said at a Senate panel’s confirmation hearing that he would work to restore the public’s trust in the tax agency.
A central character in the 14-month dispute in Congress over the U.S. Internal Revenue Service’s scrutiny of Tea Party groups is a computer hard drive.
"We're left with, in effect, organized crime here and organized crime around the world."
- John Koskinen on Nov 04, 2014