University Students in Mock IRS Investigation


Last week, twenty business and accounting students participated in a mock IRS investigation of a fctional terrorist fnancing organization that ended with the issuance of a warrant of arrest. The simulation was called the Adrian Project and is aimed at exposing the university students to a possible career with the IRS upon graduation. Robert Glanz, a Special Agent with the IRS’ Criminal Investigation Division organized and facilitated the Project. At the same time, the Project was aimed at compliance with the law and increase confdence in the tax system.

The simulation, which began at 7 a.m. started with the students being given an overview of the Criminal Investigation Division and a synopsis of the case. Then they were ‘sworn in’ as honorary IRS agents and briefed about the task of investigating Jay Albright, the fctional terrorist financier.

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