In 1970, Rossotti and several DOD colleagues co-founded American Management Systems, a technology and management consulting firm. Rossotti served as Chief Executive Officer from the late 1980s to the mid-1990s.
He was considered a reformer, upgrading the agency's technology, as well as turning the IRS into a more customer service oriented agency. Rossotti received a waiver from the Clinton administration that allowed him to retain his AMS stock in a blind trust.
In addition, he provided a forward to Al Gore's Reinventing Service At The IRS: Report Of The Customer Service Task Force National Performance Review (1997). He has also authored government publications and contributed to other works.
Rossotti gets tough.(Internal Revenue Service commissioner Charles O. Rossotti on corporate taxes)(Brief Article)
Nov 08, 1999; IRS chief announces crackdown on corporate tax avoidance schemes WASHINGTON -- In a move that he said could have implications for...