Thursday, March 13, 2003

IRS names field director for center in Covington



By Cindy Schroeder
The Cincinnati Enquirer

COVINGTON - Peggy Bogadi, a 23-year IRS employee, has been named field director of the IRS processing center here.

The Wilder resident replaces Marilyn Salsburg, who was brought out of retirement a year ago to help out after her predecessor, R. Wayne Hicks, was reassigned to Washington.

Hicks has since left the IRS.

As field director of the IRS Cincinnati Submission Processing Center, Bogadi is responsible for the processing of nearly 26 million tax returns and tax documents for half of the nation's small-business and self-employed taxpayers, said IRS spokeswoman Pat Brummer. Bogadi's staff includes about 3,000 seasonal and permanent employees in Northern Kentucky and Dayton, Ohio.

Bogadi started her IRS career in 1980 as a college co-op student in the IRS computer branch in Covington. The next year, she received her bachelor's degree in management from Northern Kentucky University.

After serving in several management positions, Bogadi became assistant division chief of the Processing Division in 1996.

A year later, she was named acting chief of the Information Systems Division.

Two years ago, she became acting director of the Information Systems Service Center Operations in downtown Cincinnati.

"I look forward to the challenge," of providing service to small-business and self-employed taxpayers in the eastern half of the nation,'' Bogadi said.

"By narrowing our scope and specializing in serving this group, the IRS is better able to concentrate its resources and provide the best possible service to the U.S. taxpayer.''

E-mail cschroeder@enquirer.com




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