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James Jackson lands DIGI role at TIGTA’s Office of Investigations

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James Jackson has become deputy inspector general for investigations (DIGI) at the US Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) following his service role as ‘acting’ DIGI since January 1 2018.

Jackson’s role is one of the leading positions at TIGTA, which employs more than 380 staff based in 66 locations throughout the US and Puerto Rico.

TIGTA has also announced the appointment of two more staff: Ruben Florez is now the assistant inspector general for investigations (AIGI) over field operations, and Jeffrey Long is now the AIGI over the threat, agent safety, and sensitive investigations directorate for TIGTA’s Office of Investigations. The two new employees will provide executive leadership to TIGTA’s investigative operations and headquarters support duty.

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