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continued from page 4 November 4, 2013 Vol. 63, No. 16 6 Visit us on the Internet at www.FederalDaily.com ship," said Kelley, who is a former IRS rev- enue agent. "If they fail to file on time or pay their tax debts, they face disciplinary action, including removal." IRS does not continuously monitor con- tractor employees for tax compliance as it does with IRS employees, which allowed the tax-delinquency of the 691 contrac- tor employees to go undetected after they had been granted staff-like access, TIGTA found. The IRS reviews contractor com- pliance just once every five years, or if the contractor has had longer than a two-year break in service. In response to the report, the IRS said it plans to establish and implement policies to ensure that contractor employees are tax-compliant. See the TIGTA study at: www.treasury. gov/tigta/auditreports/2013reports/201310 082fr.pdf. ••• In Brief OPM extends Combined Federal Campaign The Office of Personnel Management said it would add a month to the Combined Federal Campaign to help the effort to make up the ground it lost because of the government shutdown. The solicita- tion period for the federal charitable giving campaign now will end Jan. 15. OPM acting Director Elaine Kaplan made the announcement in an Oct. 24 memo to CFC coordinators and representatives. "As the nation's political leaders worked to resolve the budget crisis, many CFC events were put on hold or canceled because of the government shutdown," Kaplan stated. "During this time, many federal employ- ees faced financial uncertainty or hardship since hundreds of thousands of employees were not allowed to work, or reported to duty without knowledge of when or if they would receive pay." "As CFC campaigns fully resume, I encourage all federal employees to attend campaign events, learn more about spe- cific charities within the CFC, and give to the causes they support most pas- sionately," she wrote. "And remember, all gifts---large and small---are important and make a difference. " The memo is at: www.chcoc.gov/ Transmittals/TransmittalDetails. aspx?TransmittalID=5840. Roth TSP now available to Guard, reserve The Defense Finance and Accounting Service last month said that its myPay online pay management system has been updated to allow reserve and National Guard members to make Roth Thrift Savings Plan contributions. Protect your eyes with FEP BlueVision® for routine eye exams with no copay at network providers. See big savings on optional lens treatments and get Transitions® at no extra cost in-network under High Option. FEP BlueVision® is a part of the Federal Employee Dental and Vision Insurance Program (FEDVIP) Vision coverage from Blue has clear advantages. Open Season runs November 11 - December 9 Call 1-888-550-BLUE or visit FEPBlueVision.FEPblue.org Free Eye Exams Free Frames Contact Lens Allowance Free Regular Lenses Peace of Mind Large Network Lens Coating Copay continued on page 12
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