The Washington Post

The move marks the agency's second cancellation of mandatory time off work in less than a month.

Acting IRS Commissioner Daniel Werfel told employees that the agency eliminated its July 22 furlough day.

The agency's acting commissioner sent a memo informing employees of five dates for sequester furloughs.

Union officials say the IRS may shut down entirely on certain days and pair its furloughs with federal holidays to create four-day weekends for affected employees.