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Army Accounting Adjustments--Ft. Sam Houston
AFMD-92-95ML: Published: Aug 17, 1992. Publicly Released: Aug 17, 1992.
GAO provided information on its review of the Army's fiscal year 1991 consolidated financial statements, focusing on adjustments necessary at Fort Sam Houston. GAO found that the Army needed to make $18.4 million in accounting adjustments to the financial statements for Fort Sam Houston...
Army Accounting Adjustments--Ft. Belvoir
AFMD-92-93ML: Published: Aug 14, 1992. Publicly Released: Aug 14, 1992.
GAO provided information on its review of the Army's fiscal year 1991 consolidated financial statements, focusing on adjustments necessary at Fort Belvoir. GAO found that the Army needed to make $118.4 million in accounting adjustments the financial statements for Fort Belvoir...
Troop Reductions: Lessons Learned From Army's Approach To Inactivating the 9th Division
NSIAD-92-78: Published: Jun 9, 1992. Publicly Released: Jun 9, 1992.
GAO assessed the Army's inactivation of the 9th Infantry Division at Fort Lewis, Washington, and activation of a separate motorized brigade from division assets, to determine whether the Army's personnel and equipment practices had implications for future downsizing and restructuring efforts.GAO found that: (1) Fort Lewis officials chose an inactivation approach that emphasized maintaining readine...
Army Training: Army Analysis Overstates Signal Training Costs at Fort Sill
NSIAD-92-168: Published: Apr 1, 1992. Publicly Released: Apr 1, 1992.
Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO reviewed the Army's cost analysis of its decision to relocate certain signal corps training from Fort Sill to Fort Gordon to cut training costs, focusing on whether the estimated cost differential could be substantiated.GAO found that: (1) the Army cost analysis overstated training support and base personnel costs at Fort Sill because it combined Fort Sill'...
Army Family Housing: Additional Dwelling Units Not Justified at Fort Campbell
NSIAD-91-101: Published: Jun 19, 1991. Publicly Released: Jun 19, 1991.
Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO evaluated: (1) the Army's justification for the construction of 300 additional family housing units at Fort Campbell, Kentucky; and (2) a 1990 Army Corps of Engineers survey of rental housing in the Fort Campbell area.GAO found that the: (1) Army did not justify the construction of 300 additional family housing units at Fort Campbell; (2) Army incorrectly e...
OMB Circular A-76: Expected Savings Are Not Being Realized in Ft. Sill's Logistics Contract
GGD-91-33: Published: Feb 11, 1991. Publicly Released: Feb 15, 1991.
Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO reviewed an Army contract for logistics support services at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, focusing on: (1) whether the Army realized the estimated savings from contracting its requirements; and (2) contractor performance.GAO found that: (1) the Army initially estimated a $2.7-million savings over 5 years based on estimated contract costs of $53.2 million; (2) a more...
Army Special Forces: Rationale for Relocating the 5th Special Forces Group From Fort Bragg, North Carolina
NSIAD-89-58: Published: Jan 5, 1989. Publicly Released: Jan 17, 1989.
In response to a congressional request, GAO reviewed the Army's rationale for relocating the 5th Special Forces Group from Fort Bragg, North Carolina, to Fort Campbell, Kentucky, to determine the: (1) impact of relocation on the Group's deployment capability; (2) relocation cost; and (3) economic impact of relocation on the Fayetteville, North Carolina, area.GAO found that the Army: (1) cited over...
Ammunition and Explosives: Improved Controls and Accountability at Fort Bragg
NSIAD-87-44BR: Published: Nov 13, 1986. Publicly Released: Nov 13, 1986.
In response to a congressional request, GAO reviewed ammunition and explosives (A&E) management at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, to determine: (1) the impact of the Army's revised regulations on A&E management; and (2) the reasons for the continued A&E losses at the facility.GAO found that the Army and Fort Bragg have made, or are making, several improvements in control, management, and accountabili...
Force Structure: Information on Relocation of Army's 6th Infantry Division Headquarters
NSIAD-86-216FS: Published: Sep 19, 1986. Publicly Released: Sep 26, 1986.
In response to a congressional request, GAO reviewed the Army's decision to move the 6th Infantry Division headquarters from its present location at Fort Richardson, Alaska, to Fort Wainwright, Alaska.GAO found that, according to the Army: (1) locating the headquarters at the primary training facility enhances the opportunity for headquarters staff to more readily participate in training exercises...
The Army Was Justified in Negotiating a Supplemental Agreement for Part of a Barracks Complex at Fort Irwin, California
NSIAD-85-22: Published: Apr 3, 1985. Publicly Released: Apr 3, 1985.
In response to a congressional request, GAO reviewed the contracting arrangements for construction of the final 2 buildings of an 11-building complex at the National Center for Combat Training, Fort Irwin, California, and the Army's justification in negotiating a supplemental agreement to an existing contract rather than awarding a new contract on the basis of competitive bidding.GAO found that, a...