It’s been a week since the bombshell admission by IRS Exempt Organizations (EO) Director Lois Lerner that the IRS had targeted for special scrutiny conservative groups seeking tax-exempt recognition under Section 501(c)4 of the Internal Revenue Code. NPQ has been reporting on this all week, and the story has moved so fast that the Treasury Department investigation report that precipitated the furor has almost been lost in the rush.
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Policy / Social Context
The Obama White House cannot be insulated from the ever-expanding IRS scandal. It is neither a political sideshow nor a tiny muck-up by low-level bureaucrats. Rather, it threatens a cornerstone of American democracy—political speech--and has the serious potential to derail public attention to...
Governance / Voice
For-profits tend to accept the benefits of coaching as a given. Nonprofits, on the other hand, question whether or not coaching actually works, and are more concerned with return on investment. But, as Bill Ryan explains, rather than asking “Does coaching work?,” nonprofit organizations invested...
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Ruth McCambridge | 10 May, 2013
I wanted to be sure that you knew about NPQ's special webinar on May 17, on the newest concepts in nonprofit governance and how to use them.
Jon Huggett | 1 May, 2013
How a $600M for-profit chain was rescued by a smaller group of nonprofits, given a new social purpose, and returned to surplus.
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