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The Internal Revenue Service selects Unissant to support their tax collection system

The Internal Revenue Service selects Unissant to support their tax collection system

09:52 28 August in Pressroom
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Reston, Virginia, August 28, 2012 – Following a competitive competition process, Unissant was selected by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to support their tax collection system.

The IRS – a part of the Department of Treasury is the principal federal agency responsible for tax collection in the United States and abroad. The IRS is responsible for collecting more than $1.5 trillion through federal tax receipts annually.

Unissant provide critical support for the operations, maintenance and modification of the Integrated Collection System (ICS) and the ENTITY reporting system. ICS provides IRS with collection case processing for over 8,000 users. ENTITY processes collection data from the Integrated Data Retrieval System (IDRS) and ICS into reports. Unissant will also provide services to modify the applications based on legislative or other critical operational changes.

Joining the team is SAIC, one of the ten largest System Integrator’s (SI) in the Washington Metro area.

According to Manish Malhotra – President and CEO of Unissant “With the state of the economy, it has become imperative that the IRS collect taxes efficiently and has required checks and balances in place to flag offenders. This makes us very proud of our capabilities and accomplishments. This award makes us proud of our capabilities to support the IRS in its strategic mission.”

About Unissant
Unissant, Inc.  is a technology company with domain knowledge and experience in solving challenges facing the governments mission systems. Unissant’s solutions help agencies provide for collaborative solutions, secure information systems and increase operational efficiency and mission effectiveness. Unissant is an 8(a), SDB company, headquartered in the Northern Virginia technology corridor.

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mmalhotra@unissant.com
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