IRS 'Mistakes' Not From Partisanship, Acting Chief Says
The acting commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service said the agency's errors in targeting small-government groups stemmed from the lack of a "sufficient process" and weren't the result of partisanship.
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#1 May 14, 2013
So who is responsible for the lack of "sufficient process"?
In the 'real world'(non-government), persons responsible for mistakes are identified and disciplined (called on the carpet).
When someone employed by the government messes up, it's just, oh, well, some vague reference to nameless 'personnel' messed up.
#2 May 14, 2013
I say look at how fast gossip and fads spread in a workplace or social group without one memo saying this is what is.
This water cooler talk amongst employees and supervisors especially became defacto policy from action or in action if nothing else.
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