Lois Lerner to Testify Over Missing Emails

Former IRS commissioner Lois Lerner is scheduled to testify before two House committees next week to address the assertion that the agency lost thousands of emails that investigators have requested. The emails are being sought as part of an investigation into accusations that the agency participated in misconduct motivated by politics. The committee's job is to determine if justice is being obstructed in the loss of these emails.  

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  1. Michael Haltman from Hallmark Abstract Service LLC , June 17, 2014 at 3:08 p.m.
    I wrote an article in my company's blog (http://go.shr.lc/1uBhsHE) about email retention best practices for businesses and the fact that the IRS has a requirement that you and I retain emails for seven years. It would appear that Lois Lerner may be in violation of the Federal Records Act, Internal Revenue Manual section 1.15.6.6 (which refers to the IRS’s preservation of electronic mail messages), IRS Document 12829 (General Records Schedule 23, Records Common to Most Offices, Item 5 Schedule of Daily Activities), 36 C.F.R. 1230 (reporting accidental destruction,) and 36 CFR 1222.12 but will she face any consequences because of it? I think that we all know the answer to that question!