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DC 20219. Phone, 202–874-5000. Fax, by contacting the Office of Procurement. 202-874-5625.

Phone, 202-874-2534.

Employment The Bureau, as the United States Customs Service world's largest security printer, employs Address inquiries on the following

personnel in a multitude of different subjects to the specified office, U.S.

craft, administrative, and professional Customs Service, 1301 Constitution

fields. Competitive job opportunities may Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20229.

be available in the printing crafts, Phone, 202-927-6724.

maintenance trades/crafts, engineering, Contracts Write to the Regional

electromachinists, research, chemistry, Procurement Center, 6026 Lakeside data processing/computers, quality Boulevard, Indianapolis, IN 46278. assurance, personnel, procurement, Employment The U.S. Customs Service financial management, and other recruits from the Treasury Enforcement administrative fields. Due to the high Agent examination. Employment

level of security required, the Bureau inquiries may be addressed to the

also employs its own police force and a Personnel Director, Office of Human range of security specialists. Resources Management in Washington, The Bureau participates in the student DC.

educational employment program that Forms Forms are available from any enables students to gain work experience district director's office. There is a while pursuing their education. nominal charge for large quantities of Periodically, apprenticeship programs certain forms.

may be announced in selected crafts. General Inquiries Contact the nearest Information regarding employment port director's office for information opportunities and required qualifications regarding customs regulations and

is available from the Staffing and procedures for all persons entering the Classification Division, Office of United States and the entry and

Personnel. Phone, 202–874_3747. clearance of imported merchandise. Freedom of Information Act Requests Publications The U.S. Customs Service

Inquiries should be directed to the issues publications of interest to the

Bureau Disclosure Officer, Office of general, importing, and traveling public

Management Services, Room 321-12A. that can be obtained from any of the Phone, 202–874–2687. port directors' offices or by writing to the General Inquiries Requests for Office of Communications in

information about the Bureau, its Washington, DC. Single copies of many products, or numismatic and philatelic of these publications are available at no interests should be addressed to the charge to the public.

Office of Communications, Room 533M, Reading Rooms Reading rooms are Fourteenth and C Streets SW., located at the headquarters library and

Washington, DC 20228. Phone, 202– in some field offices.

874-3019. Speakers Speakers are available for

Product Sales Uncut sheets of private organizations or community

currency, engraved Presidential portraits, groups throughout the country. Contact

historical engravings of national any local customs officer or the Office of

landmarks, and other souvenirs and Communications in Washington, DC. mementos are available for purchase in

the Visitors Center or through the mail. Bureau of Engraving and Printing The Visitors Center gift shop, located in Address inquiries on the following the Fifteenth Street (Raoul Wallenberg subjects to the specified office, Bureau of Place) lobby of the main building, is Engraving and Printing, Fourteenth and C open from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Streets SW., Washington, DC 20228. Monday through Friday, excluding Contracts and Small Business Activities Federal holidays and Christmas week. In Information relating to contracts and June, July, and August, the gift shop will small business activity may be obtained reopen at 4:30 p.m. and close at 8:30

p.m. Information and order forms for sales items by mail may be obtained by writing to the Office of Communications, Fourteenth and C Street SW., Room 533M, Washington, DC 20228, or by calling 202-874-3019. Tours Tours of the Bureau's facility in Washington, DC are provided throughout the year according to the following schedule:

Peak season, April through September, 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. Tours begin every 10 minutes, with the last tour beginning at 1:50 p.m. The ticket booth is located on Raoul Wallenberg Place (formerly Fifteenth Street) and is open from 8:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. Tour tickets are free. Lines queue up on Raoul Wallenberg Place.

Evening tours, June through August, 4:00 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. Tours are offered every 10 minutes. The ticket booth for evening tour tickets is open from 3:30 until 7:30 p.m. Tour tickets are free. Lines queue up on Raoul Wallenberg Place.

Non-peak season, October through March, 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. No tickets are necessary for tours during this time. Lines queue up on Fourteenth Street.

No tours are given on weekends, Federal holidays, or between Christmas and New Year's Day.

business. The films can be obtained by contacting any District Office.

Also available are audio and video cassette tapes that provide step-by-step instructions for preparing basic individual income tax forms. These tapes are available in many local libraries. Contracts Write to the Internal Revenue Service, 1111 Constitution Avenue NW. (M:P:C), Washington, DC 20224 (phone, 202–283–1710); or the Director of Support Services, at any of the Internal Revenue regional offices. Educational Programs The Service provides, free of charge, general tax information publications and booklets on specific tax topics. Taxpayer information materials also are distributed to major television networks and many radio and television stations, daily and weekly newspapers, magazines, and specialized publications. Special educational materials and films are provided for use in high schools and colleges. Individuals starting a new business are given specialized materials and information at small business workshops, and community colleges provide classes based on material provided by the Service. The Community Outreach Tax Assistance program provides agency employees to assist community groups at mutually convenient times and locations.

Through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program and the Tax Counseling for the Elderly program, the Service recruits, trains, and supports volunteers who offer free tax assistance to low-income, elderly, military, and non-English-speaking taxpayers.

Materials, films, and information on the educational programs can be obtained by contacting any District Office. Employment Almost every major field of study has some application to the work of the Service. A substantial number of positions are filled by persons whose major educational preparation was accounting, business administration, finance, economics, criminology, and law. There are, however, a great number of positions that are filled by persons whose college major was political science, public administration, education, liberal arts, or other fields not

Financial Management Service Inquiries on the following subjects should be directed to the specified office, 401 Fourteenth Street SW., Washington, DC 20227. Contracts Write to the Director, Acquisition Management Division, Room 112 LC. Phone, 202–874–6910. Employment Inquiries may be directed to the Personnel Management Division, Room 120 LC. Phone, 202-874-7080. Fax Facsimile transmittal services are available by dialing 202-874-6743.

Internal Revenue Service Audiovisual Materials Films, some of which are available in Spanish, provide information on the American tax system, examination and appeal rights, and the tax responsibilities of running a small

them annually. This service allows taxpayers anywhere in the United States to call the service without paying a longdistance charge. Special toll-free telephone assistance also is available to deaf and hearing-impaired taxpayers who have access to a teletypewriter or television/phone. These special numbers are included in the annual tax form packages and also are available from any agency office.

Taxpayers may also visit agency offices for help with their tax problems. The Service provides return preparation assistance to taxpayers by guiding groups of individuals line by line on the preparation of their returns. Individual preparation is available for handicapped or other individuals unable to use the group preparation method.

Foreign language tax assistance also is available at many locations.

directly related to business or law. Extensive use is made of competitive registers and examinations in selecting employees. Schools interested in participating in the extensive recruitment program, or anyone considering employment with the Service, may direct inquiries to the Recruitment Coordinator at any of the Regional or District Offices. Problem Resolution Program Each District has a problem resolution staff which attempts to resolve taxpayer complaints not satisfied through regular channels. Publications The Annual ReportCommissioner of Internal Revenue (Pub. 55) and Internal Revenue Service 1994/ 1995 Data Book (Pub. 55B), as well as periodic reports of Statistics of Incomes, which present statistical tabulations concerning various tax returns filed, are available from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402. Audit of Returns, Appeal Rights, and Claims for Refund (Pub. 556), Your Federal Income Tax (Pub. 17), Farmers Tax Guide (Pub. 225), Tax Guide for Small Business (Pub. 334), and other publications are available at Internal Revenue Service offices free of charge. Reading Rooms Public reading rooms are located in the National Office and in each Regional Office or, in some cases, a District Office located in a Regional Office building Speakers Speakers on provisions of the tax law and operations of the Internal Revenue Service for professional and community groups may be obtained by writing to the District Directors or, for national organizations only, to the Communications Division at the IRS National Headquarters in Washington, DC. Taxpayer Service The Internal Revenue Service provides year-round tax information and assistance to taxpayers, primarily through its toll-free telephone system. Taxpayers requesting information about the tax system, their rights and obligations under it, and the tax benefits available to them can call the number listed in their local telephone directory and in the tax form packages mailed to

United States Mint Contracts and Employment Inquiries should be directed to the facility head of the appropriate field office or to the Director of the Mint. Numismatic Services The United States Mint maintains public exhibit and sales areas at the Philadelphia and Denver Mints, and at Union Station in Washington, DC. Brochures and order forms for official coins, medals, and other numismatic items may also be obtained by writing to the United States Mint, 10001 Aerospace Road, Lanham, MD 20706. Phone, 202-283-COIN. Publications The CFO Annual Financial Report is available from the United States Mint, Department of the Treasury, Judiciary Square Building, 633 Third Street NW., Washington, DC 20220. Phone, 202-874-6450.

Bureau of the Public Debt Employment General employment inquiries should be addressed to the Bureau of the Public Debt, Division of Personnel Management, Employment and Classification Branch, Parkersburg, WV 26106–1328. Phone, 304-4806144. Savings Bonds Savings bonds are continuously on sale at more than

40,000 financial institutions and their Treasury Securities Information branches in virtually every locality in the inquiries regarding the purchase of United States. Information about bonds Treasury bills, bonds, and notes should is provided by such issuing agents. be addressed to your local Federal Free informational materials are

Reserve Bank or branch, or to the available from the Bureau of the Public Bureau of the Public Debt, Department Debt, Savings Bonds Marketing Office, F, Washington, DC 20239–1200. Phone, Department of the Treasury, Washington, 202-874-4060. DC 20226. Phone, 202-377-7715.

Current rate information is available United States Secret Service toll-free by calling 1-800-4US-BOND.

Requests for information relating to Information about employment holdings of all series of savings bonds, opportunities and publications and savings notes, and retirement plan or general public information may be individual retirement bonds should be obtained by contacting the nearest Secret addressed to the Bureau of the Public Service field office or the Office of Debt, Department of the Treasury, 200 Government Liaison and Public Affairs, Third Street, Parkersburg, WV 26106 1800 G Street NW., Washington, DC 1328. Phone, 304_480–6112.

20223. Phone, 202-435-5708.

For further information concerning the Department of the Treasury, contact the Public Affairs Office, Department of the Treasury, 1500 Pennsylvania Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20220. Phone, 202-6222960.

DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS 810 Vermont Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20420 Phone, 202-273-4900

SECRETARY OF VETERANS AFFAIRS

Executive Assistant to the Secretary

Special Assistant to the Secretary Deputy Secretary

Assistant to the Deputy Secretary
Chief of Staff
Veterans' Service Organization Liaison
White House Liaison
Director, Executive Secretariat
Inspector General
Chairman, Board of Contract Appeals
Director, Office of Small and Disadvantaged

Business Utilization
General Counsel
Special Assistant to the General Counsel
Deputy General Counsel

Assistant General Counsels

JESSE BROWN
ROY SPICER
PATRICIA CARRINGTON
HERSHEL GOBER
DEWEY SPENCER
HAROLD F. GRACEY, JR.
ALLEN "GUNNER" KENT
HEYWARD BANNISTER
LINDA KAUFMANN
WILLIAM T. MERRIMAN, Acting
GUY H. MCMICHAEL III
SCOTT F. DENNISTON

Chairman, Board of Veterans' Appeals

Executive Assistant to the Chairman
Director, Management and Administration
Chief Counsel
Deputy Chief Counsel, Litigation Support

Deputy Chief Counsel, Legal Affairs
Vice Chairman

Senior Deputy Vice Chairman
Deputy Vice Chairman, Decision Team I
Deputy Vice Chairman, Decision Team II
Deputy Vice Chairman, Decision Team III
Deputy Vice Chairman, Decision Team IV

Director, Administrative Service
Under Secretary for Health, Veterans Health

Administration
Chief of Staff

Director, Executive Correspondence
Deputy Under Secretary for Health
Chief Network Officer
Network Director, Veterans Integrated

Service Network No.1
Network Director, Veterans Integrated

Service Network No.2

MARY LOU KEENER
NEIL RICHMAN
ROBERT E. COY
PHILLIPA L. ANDERSON, E. DOUGLAS

BRADSHAW, RONALD H. GARVIN,
WALTER A. HALL, NEAL C.
LAWSON, HOWARD C. LEM, JOHN

H. THOMPSON
CHARLES L. CRAGIN
MARJORIE A. AUER
RONALD R. AUMENT
STEVEN L. KELLER
RICHARD C. THRASHER, Acting
THOMAS D. ROBERTS
ROGER K. BAUER
RICHARD B. STANDEFER
CHARLES E. HOGEBOOM
JOAQUIN AQUAYO-PERELES
NANCY R. ROBIN
MARY M. SABULSKY
NANCY D. STACKHOUSE
KENNETH W. KIZER, M.D.

MICHAEL HUGHES
PAMELA GALYEAN
THOMAS GARTHWAITE, M.D.
JULE MOREVAC
DENIS FITZGERALD, M.D.

FREDERICK MALPHURS

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