IRS unqualified opinion a positive reflection on CSC

On Thursday, Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) announced that the IRS, which one year ago implemented a modernized financial management system called the Integrated Financial System (IFS), received an unqualified audit opinion. The news validated CSC’s work on the project, as it was the lead systems integrator on it.

IFS is a powerful tool for budgeting, planning, tracking and reporting, and providing timely, accurate and relevant financial information. It replaced the IRS’ core financial systems.

“The IRS’ receipt of an unqualified audit opinion is a testimony to the quality of this implementation and a tribute to the experience and hard work of the combined CSC-SAP-IRS team, ” Jim Sheaffer, CSC vice president and general manager of the CSC-led PRIME Alliance. “For the past year our focus has been on achieving this goal, and we are collectively delighted to see it realized in this result.”

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