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Relocation of AIR-630 From California to Washington, D.C.
PLRD-81-15: Published: Apr 2, 1981. Publicly Released: Apr 2, 1981.
GAO was requested to inquire into the Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) decision to relocate its Target and Range Systems Division (AIR-630) from Camarillo, California, to NAVAIR headquarters in Washington, D.C. In October 1980, NAVAIR stated that it had thoroughly reviewed the AIR-630 mission and operation and had determined that the move would reduce operational costs. The NAVAIR review showed...
Summaries of Conclusions and Recommendations on Department of Defense Operations
OIM-79-01: Published: Jan 22, 1979. Publicly Released: Jan 22, 1979.
A summary of GAO recommendations and conclusions resulting from its audits and other review work in the Department of Defense, compiled to assist congressional committees in their review of budget requests for fiscal year l980 is presented. The reports previously have been brought to the attention of Congress and departmental officials. Suggested questions to be asked in appropriations hearings ar...
Contracting for Real Estate Fees Incurred by Federal Agencies
PSAD-79-7: Published: Nov 6, 1978. Publicly Released: Nov 6, 1978.
As a matter of practice, Government employees have paid and then have been reimbursed for the real estate agent fees involved in selling their homes when they move at Government expense. Generally, no attempt has been made to obtain competition in contracting for these services.While statistics showing the exact number of civilian Federal employees moving annually were not readily available, it wa...