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December 10, 2009

Internal Revenue Service Appoints New CI Chief

The Internal Revenue Service named Victor Song, a 28-year veteran of IRS, as the new chief for IRS Criminal Investigation (CI). He will assume his position in January and will replace Eileen Mayer, who is retiring in January. Song is currently CI deputy chief. CI is the agency's law enforcement arm and investigates and assists in the prosecution of criminal tax evasion, money laundering and narcotics-related financial crime cases.

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