WASHINGTON — After 40 years at the Internal Revenue Service, Robert Henn will retire at the end of the year, but he has a “wish list” of projects he’d like to see pursued, including using the voluntary closing agreement program for student loan bonds as a model for other tax violations.

Henn, 63, acting director of the IRS’ tax-exempt bond office, will retire on Dec. 29. Based in Brooklyn, N.Y., he was promoted to his current post in May 2011, having served as a field manager for the office.

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