Two Judges Order IRS to Explain Lost Emails

Agency has a month to explain in writing how emails were lost
AP

A second federal judge Friday ordered the Internal Revenue Service to explain under oath how the agency lost two years of emails from former IRS official Lois Lerner.

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IRS Spent $4.4 Billion on IT

IRS Commissioner: Agency lacked funds to save emails
IRS Commissioner John Koskinen / AP

The IRS under the Obama Administration has spent over $4 billion on contracts labeled under information technology and software despite IRS Commissioner John Koskinen testifying this week that budgetary restraints prevented the agency from spending $10 million to save and store emails.