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Find publications and packages of official IRS pre-printed forms used to file individual Federal income tax returns with the Internal Revenue Service for citizens or residents of the United States.

In this authoritative collection, you can find out more about requirements for taxes, audits and also accounting practices within the Federal Government.  

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) income tax forms are updated annually and included as part of this essential collection for tax preparation.  You will also find several official 26 CFR volumes that include regulatory guidance, such as:

  • income tax
  • estate and gift taxes
  • employment taxes
  • excise taxes,
  • preocedures, rules, practices, and more.

Several volumes relating to the Reports of the United States Tax Court volumes that provide taxpayers with abstracts and opinions and disputes over federal income tax and tax assessments are available within this in this collection.

Check out the latest edition of the Government Auditing Standards!

The TSWG operates as a program element under the Combating Terrorism Technical Support Office (CTTSO) which falls under the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Special Operations / Low-Intensity Conflict and Interdependent Capabilities. It has a number of subgroups which address the four pillars of combating terrorism: antiterrorism, counterterrorism, intelligence support, and consequence management. The TSWG produces publications for first responders at all levels, included restricted items requiring pre-approval by the TSWG for purchase from GPO.

As long as the United States has existed, it has suffered acts of domestic and international terrorism against it. Here we have assembled publications that explore the causes and history of terrorism involving the United States of America, including the greatest act of terrorism to date on American soil on September 11, 2001.

September 11: A Decade of Remembrance

In 2011 as our Nation quietly passed the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, the events of that terrible day were still vivid in the minds of those old enough to remember them. In the aftermath of 9/11, many agencies of the Federal Government recorded the tragedy and heroism on display in New York City, Washington, DC, and the skies above Shanksville, Pennsylvania, as well as the actions taken to prevent such acts of terrorism from succeeding in the future. The following publications are an official record of the one of the saddest days in America’s history - and of its citizens’ determination to ensure that the victims of these terrorist acts did not die in vain.


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