IRS seeks data collection system

IRS wants financial data sharing and searching systems based on the Securities and Exchange Commission's Edgar system for a no-cost, 120-day evaluation period. The systems should include SEC filings, foreign government filings, press releases, analysts' reports, company organization charts, ratio analysis and charts.

Researchers, economists, IRS employees who provide guidance on international tax matters and revenue agents in IRS' large and midsize business unit will use the system.

Interested parties should submit a written description of their product, including a rough price estimate. Responses are due June 11. Contact Steve Vanderlinden at steve.g.vanderlinden@irs.gov.

 

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