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Uncle Sam Wants YOU...to pay your taxes

Federal workers who owed money to the Internal Revenue Service in 2009.

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Organization/Type of worker Number of delinquent employees Balance owed
to the IRS
U.S. House of Representatives 421 6,524,892
U.S. Senate 217 2,774,836
Agriculture 2,265 $ 17,824,971
Air Force 5,817 $ 46,787,244
Army 11,330 $ 89,966,859
Commerce 1,556 $ 22,246,314
Defense 4,454 $ 38,495,128
Education 163 $ 3,995,066
Energy 331 $ 4,899,649
Health and Human Services 2,841 $ 37,327,491
Homeland Security 4,856 $ 37,012,174
Housing and Urban Development 421 $ 4,991,608
Interior 1,812 $ 12,684,470
Justice 1,971 $ 14,350,152
Labor 463 $ 7,481,463
Navy 6,841 $ 72,432,604
State 356 $ 3,259,502
Transportation 1,328 $ 17,098,463
Treasury 1,204 $ 7,670,814
Veterans Affairs 12,013 $ 156,604,799
Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts 754 $ 11,808,236
Armed Forces Retirement Home 14 $ 164,072
Broadcasting Board of Governors 56 $ 653,395
Commodity Futures Trading Commission 13 $ 160,623
Consumer Product Safety Commission 12 $ 96,638
Corporation for National and Community Service 24 $ 108,202
Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency 61 $ 420,776
Environmental Protection Agency 442 $ 5,862,994
Executive Office of the President 41 $ 831,055
Export-Import Bank of the United States 10 $ 166,288
Farm Credit Administration 7 $ 17,290
Federal Communications Commission 58 $ 712,416
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 155 $ 2,249,326
Federal Election Commission 8 $ 115,747
Federal Housing Finance Board 4 $ 79,829
Federal Labor Relations Authority 7 $ 11,599
Federal Maritime Commission 3 $ 21,646
Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service 7 $ 25,662
Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission 5 $ 11,769
Federal Reserve System - Board of Governors 81 $ 1,076,733
Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board 4 $ 23,519
Federal Trade Commission 35 $ 363,579
General Services Administration 385 $ 4,646,308
Government Accountability Office 66 $ 704,485
Government Printing Office 158 $ 2,143,812
Institute of Museum and Library Services 3 $ 22,541
International Boundary and Water Comm. 8 $ 6,879
Merit Systems Protection Board 10 $ 126,398
Millennium Challenge Corporation 9 $ 8,412
National Aeronautics and Space Administration 327 $ 3,854,072
National Archives and Records Administration 100 $ 341,061
National Credit Union Administration 17 $ 48,299
National Endowment for the Arts 7 $ 34,740
National Endowment for the Humanities 4 $ 79,279
National Labor Relations Board 43 $ 497,974
National Science Foundation 67 $ 588,764
National Transportation Safety Board 8 $ 70,469
Office of Personnel Management 172 $ 2,367,268
Overseas Private Investment Corporation 3 $ 1,605
Peace Corps 31 $ 75,459
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation 43 $ 334,211
Presidio Trust 10 $ 680,682
Railroad Retirement Board 31 $ 531,798
Securities and Exchange Commission 91 $ 1,030,485
Selective Service System 5 $ 68,163
Small Business Administration 249 $ 2,745,489
Smithsonian Institution 251 $ 2,226,791
Social Security Administration 1,920 $ 17,841,329
Tennessee Valley Authority 292 $ 6,766,333
United States Access Board 3 $ 11,495
U.S. Agency for International Development 123 $ 1,104,009
Commission on Civil Rights 3 $ 2,537
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission 84 $ 1,303,316
Holocaust Memorial Museum 5 $ 42,872
International Trade Commission 12 $ 63,936
Nuclear Regulatory Commission 57 $ 1,099,897
Office of Government Ethics 3 $ 75,304
Office of Special Counsel 6 $ 34,737
U.S. Postal Service 27,807 $ 283,365,996
U.S. Tax Court 4 $ 51,111
Other civilian 4,125 $ 37,921,682
Military active duty 28,853 $ 109,557,536
Military Reserves/National Guard 30,631 $ 219,525,138
Civilian retirees 40,000 $ 454,938,448
Military retirees 84,034 $ 1,525,688,378
SOURCE: IRS | GRAPHIC: Karen Yourish and Kenneth W. Smith Jr. - The Washington Post
 

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