Koskinen had better start questioning what his underlings tell him

The IRS under the Obama Administration has spent over $4 billion on contracts labeled under information technology and software despite IRS Commissioner John Koskinen testifying this week that budgetary restraints prevented the agency from spending $10 million to save and store emails.

I don't blame Koskinen personally for decisions made before he was placed in charge of the agency. But if his underlings are telling him to tell Congress that budget constraints are making emails disappear, he ought to consider the possibility that they are lying.

This entry was published Sat Jun 28 15:35:26 CDT 2014 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2014-06-28 15:45:25.0. [Tweet]

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