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The IRS New Carrollton Federal Building houses the IT functions for IRS including the Applications Development, Enterprise Operations, Enterprise Services, and Management Associate CIO groups. As of 2015, the Procurement functions from the IRS Oxon Hill Constellation Centre complex have moved into the New Carrollton Federal Building as well.
IRS Background Information:
The IRS employs more than 92,000 people in its Washington, D.C., Headquarters and more than 650 offices in all 50 States, U.S. territories, and some U.S. embassies and consulates and relies extensively on computerized systems to support its financial and mission-related operations. As such, it must ensure that its computer systems are effectively secured to protect sensitive financial and taxpayer data. The IRS needs to ensure that it leverages viable technology advances as it modernizes its major systems and improves its overall operational environment.
From Objective 5 of the IRS Strategic Plan:
INVEST IN INNOVATIVE, SECURE TECHNOLOGY NEEDED TOPROTECT TAXPAYER DATA AND SUPPORT TAXPAYER, PARTNERAND IRS BUSINESS NEEDS.
At the core of our operations is an IT infrastructure that has served us well for many years. We take pride in our ability to administer the Tax Code each filing season, and the strength of our IT systems and applications are a strong asset in doing so. We have implemented various initiatives in recent years to modernize our IT systems, enable daily return processing, improve the breadth of digital taxpayer services and enhance the security of our systems to successfully combat cyber threats. These efforts have been crucial to our success, and we must continue to innovate our technology systems over the next four years.
As taxpayers’ needs change, security threats increase and technologies evolve, we will invest in the appropriate technology and IT workforce skills to support and improve our operations. We will continue to reduce disparate IT systems and apply a common architecture to be more responsive to IRS business needs. We will bolster the security of our IT systems and enhance authentication capabilities to broaden digital services to taxpayers and stakeholders. Furthermore, we will apply technology to reduce our dependence on manual processing and equip our workforce with tools that improve their performance and provide greater workplace flexibility. By improving collaboration and governance between business and IT, we will ensure our technology capabilities meet the needs of taxpayers, partners and the IRS workforce.
You must complete an FBC Security Form and submit to FBC by the due date given below. Please click the link below to go to our GeoTrust® secured on-line security information form. You will also have the option of downloading our printable security form and submitting the information by fax. Admittance to the event cannot be guaranteed if we do not receive the information by the due date.
SECURITY DUE DATE: Thursday, March 2, 2017 by 12:00 p.m. EST
Exhibitors who fail to comply with the security requirements may be denied access to the event site by the hosting agency. FBC will not be responsible and will not provide refunds to exhibitors who are denied admission to or dismissed from the event site due to failure to comply with the security instructions.
Exhibiting companies may bring 2 on-site representative(s) to staff their exhibit booth.
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The Expo will be held in the Upper Lobby and Cafeteria area of the NCFB.
•Start out Rowe Blvd. / MD 70
•Merge onto US-50 W toward WASHINGTON, DC
•Merge onto MD-410 W/VETERANS PKWY/EAST WEST HWY via EXIT 5
•Turn SLIGHT RIGHT onto ELLIN RD.
•Turn Left at the light onto Harkins Road
•The Visitors Parking Lot & entrance are on the left through the Guard gate.
•Start out I-295 S. toward WASHINGTON, DC
•I-95 S/BELTWAY SOUTH/I-495 S ramp toward RICHMOND VA
•Merge onto US-50 E via EXIT 19B toward WASHINGTON
•The Visitors Parking Lot & entrance are on the left through the Guard gate. From Washington, DC: •Start out going NEW YORK AVE NW/US-50 E. Continue to follow US-50 E.
The NCFB is directly across the street from the New Carrollton Metro station (Orange Line). There is a covered walkway from the Main Lobby to the station.
Vendors should park their vehicles in the NCFB Visitor Parking Lot and proceed to the elevator at the entrance to the parking garage. The Security Desk and Visitor Entrance are one level below. Vendors will have their equipment scanned and sign in before being escorted to the show location.
Four Points by Sheraton New Carrollton
8500 Annapolis Road
New Carrollton, Maryland 20784
Phone: (301) 459-6700
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