Less than a week ago, I blogged about how to turn in a tax cheat and mentioned a new law enacted to improve the apprehension of scofflaws.
What shows up today in my e-mail box? An announcement from the IRS that the agency has just appointed Stephen A. Whitlock as director of the new Whistleblower Office.
Part of Whitlock's job will be administering the program that receives information to help uncover tax cheating.
In making the announcement, IRS Commissioner Mark W. Everson said his agency "will meet expectations" for the office and "run a robust program."
Give Whitlock a few days to get settled in his new office, then just blow!