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Welcome to the Association of Former Special Agents of the Internal Revenue Service


Samantha Hernandez will be a student at the University of Arkansas in the fall. At her college, she plans on studying English, Spanish, and business, with hopes to continue onto a masters program in Architecture and Sustainability. Hi, I am Chloe Beranger and I am very thankful that you have chosen me to be one of the recipients of the Frank L. Smith AFSA-IRS scholarship. 
Upon graduation, I have committed to attend SUNY New Paltz to study early childhood education. AFSA-IRS 30TH Anniversary Gavin Rogers is a recent summa cum laude graduate of Perrysburg High School in Perrysburg, Ohio.  Gavin will be studying Finance and Economics at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio this fall as a member of the Business Scholars Program. He is excited to begin his first year of college and is truly grateful to the members of the AFSA-IRS for awarding him this scholarship. It is an honor to be selected for the Frank L. Smith, AFSA Scholarship.
I am currently enrolled at Florida State University for the second semester of Summer School.  
At FSU, I am majoring in Interior Design and plan to minor in Hospitality and Tourism.  Currently I am enrolled in a speech and an earth science class.  Tallahassee is a great city and I felt at home the first time I stepped on the FSU campus.
Thank you to everyone at AFSA for awarding me the scholarship.  I look forward to beginning my field of studies this fall.  Once again, thank you so much.
 

Thomas A. Lopez (Miami, Fl) has attended every AFSA Convention (except for 9/11 because the planes were not flying)

 

CONVENTION 2019
It's time for us to start getting ready for the upcoming AFSA-IRS Convention and Business Meeting that will be held in Washington D.C. from September 18-21, 2019.  More information about the convention will be included in the Spring newsletter, but the first step you will want to take is to make your reservations for your hotel room at the Marriott Washington Wardman Park Hotel, 2660 Woodley Road, NW, Washington, D.C. 20008.  That can now be done and there are a couple of ways to do it.
One way is to click on the following link:
 
 
This link will take you to a dedicated website at the Marriott Wardman Park that is available to all attendees who wish to book their reservations on-line. 
 
Another option is to call 877-212-5752.  Tell them that there is a group rate under the name "AFSA Meeting".  There will be a couple of choices.  One is a Standard guest room at a rate of $129.00 per night and another is an Executive Suite at a rate of $147.00 per night.  Attendees will be able to make reservations at that rate for up to three days prior to the convention and three days afterwards, should you want to spend some extra time in D.C.  Our Block is limited, so reservations will be on a first come- first served basis.