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Charles O. Rossotti (born January 17, 1941) is an American businessman, and former Commissioner of Internal Revenue. Rossotti has a Bachelor of Arts ...

www.carlyle.com/corporate-overview/operating-executives-advisors/charles-o-rossotti

Charles O. Rossotti is a Senior Advisor focused primarily on investments in the fields of information technology and business services. He is based in ...

www.boozallen.com/e/bio/board-of-directors/charles-o-rossotti.html

Charles Rossotti has been a member of our board since 2008 and a senior ... Charles formerly served as a director of Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc., from 2004 to ...

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Mr. Charles O. Rossotti has been an Operating Executive and Senior Advisor of The Carlyle Group LP since March 2003. Mr. Rossotti focuses primarily on ...

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View Charles O. Rossotti's profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. Charles O. has 18 jobs jobs listed on their profile. See the complete ...

ww2.cfo.com/human-capital-careers/2005/02/ten-questions-for-charles-o-rossotti

Feb 1, 2005 ... Former IRS commissioner Charles O. Rossotti has a tough assignment: advising President Bush on how to overhaul the tax code.

www.nytimes.com/1997/11/04/us/man-in-the-news-charles-ossola-rossotti-hope-for-irs-in-2000.html

Nov 4, 1997 ... When President Clinton nominated Charles O. Rossotti to head the Internal Revenue Service, the candidate's expertise in computers seemed ...

www.alumni.hbs.edu/stories/Pages/story-bulletin.aspx?num=2018

Jan 1, 2003 ... Charles O. Rossotti, MBA 1964. 2003 Alumni Achievement Award Recipient. Re: Charlie Rossotti (MBA 1964). Comments; 0; Email; Print.

www.irs.gov/pub/irs-news/ir-98-3.pdf

Jan 28, 1998 ... When I appeared before this Committee in October, I had already confirmed for myself two things: that the IRS must do a far better job of serving ...