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Debt Management: More Aggressive Actions Needed to Reduce Billions in Overpayments
HRD-91-46: Published: Jul 9, 1991. Publicly Released: Aug 8, 1991.
Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO provided information on debt management practices at the Social Security Administration (SSA), Railroad Retirement Board (RRB), Office of Personnel Management (OPM), and Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).GAO found that: (1) SSA has made little progress in controlling and collecting benefit overpayments, with its collection rate remaining at about 28 perce...
Federal Retirement: Implementation of the Federal Employees Retirement System
GGD-88-107: Published: Aug 4, 1988. Publicly Released: Aug 4, 1988.
Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO determined how well the: (1) Office of Personnel Management (OPM), Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board (FRTIB), Social Security Administration (SSA), and Department of Labor implemented the Federal Employees' Retirement System Act of 1986; and (2) Army and Veterans Administration (VA) explained the new system and available options to their employees...
Description of Selected Systems for Classifying Federal Civilian Positions and Personnel
GGD-84-90: Published: Jul 13, 1984. Publicly Released: Jul 23, 1984.
In response to a congressional request, GAO studied the principal systems for classifying Federal civilian personnel to provide background information for evaluating sex bias in Federal classification systems. In this initial study, GAO specifically examined General Schedule (GS) positions, Federal Wage System (FWS) positions, Foreign Service professionals, and Veterans Administration (VA) profess...
The Veterans Administration's Security Force and Crime at VA Medical Centers
115773: Jul 15, 1981
Crime at Veterans Administration (VA) Medical Centers has been rising steadily with the nature of offenses committed covering the full spectrum of crimes against individuals, property crimes, and substance abuse. VA relies primarily on its police force for crime prevention and for the protection of patients, staff, visitors, and property at its medical centers. The inability to recruit enough qual...