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Category: 

Taxation

Date: 

1997-10-27 12:57:55

Subject: 

IRS: 40 Million Lines of Code?

  Link:

http://www.cmtcanada.com/CyberTechArchive/apr02_2000.html

Comment: 

This April 2, 1997 story speaks of 40 million lines of code.

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 The best estimate now is the IRS has to plow through 40 million lines of computer code and 30,000 applications spread across 300 to 500 minicomputers and 100,000 microcomputers, Arthur Gross, an assistant IRS commissioner in charge of technology, said in an interview.    "We're not certain what the impacts of that will be because we don't have a full understanding of the inventory," said Gross, who was brought in last year to rescue the agency's troubled computer systems.

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http://www.cmtcanada.com/CyberTechArchive/apr02_2000.html

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