D.C. tax office investigation

Natwar Gandhi has weathered controversies as D.C. chief financial officer
Natwar Gandhi’s third term overseeing the District’s finances may be his most turbulent yet.
$1.2 billion more in D.C. commercial property assessment reductions
(The Washington Post, December 12, 2012; 10:00 PM)
Natwar Gandhi wanted to control D.C. audits to protect reputation, ex-employee says
(The Washington Post, November 27, 2012; 7:17 PM)
Report faults D.C. tax office on reduced commercial property assessments
(The Washington Post, November 21, 2012; 7:04 PM)
Internal D.C. reports disclose procedural problems with tax billing, refunds
(The Washington Post, October 19, 2012; 8:58 PM)
SEC launches inquiry into audits handled by Natwar Gandhi’s office
(The Washington Post, October 23, 2012; 2:46 PM)
D.C. Council legislation requires Gandhi to immediately post audit reports online
(The Washington Post, October 16, 2012; 7:38 PM)
District’s chief tax appraiser resigns
(The Washington Post, October 15, 2012; 4:01 PM)
Former D.C. audit chief says he felt pressured to keep critical reports ‘in draft’
(The Washington Post, October 10, 2012; 10:57 PM)
Problems lingered at D.C. tax office for years after 2007 scandal, audits show
(The Washington Post, October 8, 2012; 8:39 PM)
D.C. tax office was warned more than once about database security
(The Washington Post, October 8, 2012; 10:22 PM)
Ex-D.C. worker: Agency ‘quarantined’ audits
(The Washington Post, October 5, 2012; 8:32 PM)
Head of internal affairs for D.C. Office of the Chief Financial Officer resigns
(The Washington Post, October 4, 2012; 9:04 PM)
D.C. Tax and Revenue Office to implement new property appraisal system procedures
(The Washington Post, October 3, 2012; 6:51 PM)
Chief D.C. tax appraiser’s work history in question
(The Washington Post, September 27, 2012; 8:15 PM)
D.C. Council members voice concerns over vetting of chief tax appraiser
(The Washington Post, September 14, 2012; 7:04 PM)
City’s chief tax appraiser embroiled in controversy
(The Washington Post, September 12, 2012; 11:01 PM)
Natwar Gandhi’s office prompted to conduct more thorough background checks
(The Washington Post, September 12, 2012; 11:11 PM)
District asked to explain controls over appraisal database
(The Washington Post, August 30, 2012; 7:20 PM)
Audit: Some D.C. tax officials could alter property data without being detected
(The Washington Post, August 22, 2012; 8:08 PM)
D.C. Council chief wants hearing on reduced commercial property tax assessments
(The Washington Post, August 8, 2012; 11:27 PM)
Surge in D.C. tax office settlements reduces commercial property owners’ bills
(The Washington Post, August 7, 2012; 9:00 PM)