WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service’s tax-exempt bond office plans to move full-speed ahead in 2010, now that it has cleared some administrative hurdles in incorporating large new stimulus programs into its workload and put to work newly trained hires that have nearly doubled the size of the TEB unit.

Clifford Gannett, director of the office, said earlier this month that his team wants to close 700 audits in fiscal 2010, which began on Oct. 1.

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