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Former state auditor to lead Iowa Department of Revenue
Mosiman has been serving as department’s deputy director
Mar. 28, 2023 6:07 pm
DES MOINES — Mary Mosiman, the former state auditor who has been working in the state revenue department, has been appointed department head.
Reynolds appointed Mosiman to become the new director of the Iowa Department of Revenue. She is currently the department’s deputy director and tax management division administrator. She replaces Kraig Paulsen, who has been serving double duty as director of the state departments of revenue and management.
Under proposed state government reorganization legislation that has passed the Iowa Legislature and is expected to be signed into law by Reynolds, the state revenue department will take under its umbrella the state agencies that handle the state lottery and alcoholic beverages regulation.
Mosiman made $163,732 in the 2022 state budget year, according to state salary records.
Gazette-Lee Des Moines Bureau