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Participants

Andrew Austin, Congressional Research Service
Mary Barth, Office of Management and Budget
Nathan Born, University of Pennsylvania
David Brazell, Department of the Treasury
Kimberley Burham, Investment Company Institute
James Cilke, Joint Committee on Taxation
Laura Davison, Bloomberg News
Jane Dokko, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Amy Elliott, Tax Analysts
Austin R. Frerick, U.S. Department of the Treasury
Martha Harris, Internal Revenue Service
Bobby Hodges, Internal Revenue Service
Sandy Jaipaul, Internal Revenue Service
Craig Johnson, Department of the Treasury
Gene Kuehneman, Retired
Joseph LeCates, Joint Committee on Taxation
Allen Lerman, retired
Sean Lowry, Congressional Research Service
Robert MacKay, Johns Hopkins University
Jamie McGuire, Joint Committee on Taxation
Edward Nannenhorn, Government Accountability Office
Susan Nelson, U.S. Department of the Treasury
Daniel Newlon, American Economic Association
Katy O'Donnell, "Politico"
Ronald Promboin, retired
Molly Sherlock, Congressional Research Service
Michael E. Weber, Internal Revenue Service
Joann M. Weiner, George Washington University
Elwood White, Government Accountability Office
James Wozny, Government Accountability Office
Alexander Yuskavage, Department of the Treasury

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