This is a long shot question, and I'm asking only because, well, I'm not entirely certain why I am asking...
NBC Nightly news did a short piece on April 18th, 2022 talking about the IRS being backlogged due to being understaffed, underfunded and using antiquated technology. To make their point, they used the following graphic:
After jumping out of my seat and returning to the floor, I started wondering why in the world they picked my beloved Amiga 1000 as an example of "antiquated technology". Now I hope it was some fanboy in the graphic arts department (notice the Amiga is running Deluxe Paint!) - but maybe the IRS really did use Amiga's at some point?
Is there any evidence of Amiga computers ever being used (specifically) by the Internal Revenue Service or (more generally) by any other U.S. government agency?