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Federal Law Enforcement Retirement: Information on Enhanced Retirement Benefits for Law Enforcement Personnel
GAO-09-727: Published: Jul 30, 2009. Publicly Released: Jul 30, 2009.
From fiscal years 2000 through 2008, the number of persons employed by federal agencies who perform various law enforcement functions and receive either special pay or enhanced retirement benefits, in the form of a faster-accruing pension, has increased by 55 percent. In addition, as of September 2008, approximately 51,000 personnel were employed in law enforcement-related occupations that could s...
Inspectors General: Information on Operational and Staffing Issues
AIMD-99-29: Published: Jan 4, 1999. Publicly Released: Jan 4, 1999.
Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO surveyed inspectors general (IG) to obtain: (1) information on their organizational structure, staffing, and workload; and (2) their views on current policy issues affecting them.GAO noted that: (1) IGs' work covers a broad spectrum of agency programs and operations; (2) in general, the IGs responded that they have the expertise and resources necessary to a...
Leadership and Coordination of Nondiscrimination Laws
B-201695: Published: Oct 21, 1981. Publicly Released: Oct 21, 1981.
GAO was asked for its opinion concerning whether GAO falls within the title 5 of the United States Code definition of executive agency and, if so, whether it is covered under the Rehabilitation Act and is therefore subject to the provisions of Executive Order 12250. Under Executive Order 12250, the Attorney General is assigned responsibility for coordinating the implementation and enforcement by e...
Luevano v. Campbell
B-167015(MGB): Published: Jun 24, 1981. Publicly Released: Jun 24, 1981.
GAO responded to the Department of Justice's proposed consent decree in which GAO is a member of the defendant class. GAO states that the proposed decree is incorrect in that it assumes that GAO continues to be under the jurisdiction of the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) in personnel management matters. Under the GAO Personnel Act of 198...