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GAO Performance and Accountability Report, 2001
GAO-02-428SP: Published: Feb 27, 2002. Publicly Released: Feb 27, 2002.
GAO published its 2001 Performance and Accountability Report, which combines an assessment of its accomplishments in fiscal year 2001 with its plans for continued progress through fiscal year 2003. GAO noted that (1) its financial reporting is reliable, (2) GAO is in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations, and (3) its performance reporting is reliable...
Serving the Congress and the Nation: Physical Infrastructure Information
GAO-01-416SP: Published: Mar 1, 2001. Publicly Released: Mar 1, 2001.
This is an insert to GAO's publication, Serving the Congress and the Nation, describing the role, functions, and responsibilities of GAO's Physical Infrastructure team...
Comptroller General's Annual Report 1997
OCR-98-1: Published: Jan 1, 1997. Publicly Released: Jan 1, 1997.
GAO reported on its activities for fiscal year 1997. GAO: (1) summarized its work on major issues such as defense aquisitions, housing, tax administration, disability benefit programs, government management, federal information and financial management systems, health care issues, and international relations; (2) highlighted selected reports and testimony on these and other issues including aviati...
Congressional Oversight: The General Accounting Office
T-OCG-96-2: Published: Apr 30, 1996. Publicly Released: Apr 30, 1996.
GAO discussed its work. GAO noted that: (1) in the last 5 years, GAO work has resulted in financial savings and other benefits at a return of $55 for every dollar appropriated for GAO; (2) it has developed a cadre of experts who have helped federal agencies improve their information systems and financial, property, and inventory management; (3) despite budget cuts, it has maintained or increased i...
Comptroller General's Annual Report 1996
158315: Jan 1, 1996
GAO reported on its activities for fiscal year 1996. GAO: (1) summarized its work on major issues such as, defense acquisitions, housing, tax administration, disability benefit programs, government management, federal information and financial management systems, and education and employment; (2) highlighted selected reports and testimony on these and other issues including aviation safety and sec...
Comptroller General's Annual Report 1994
153356: Jan 1, 1994
GAO reported on its activities for fiscal year 1994. GAO: (1) summarized its work on major issues and highlighted selected reports and testimony on issues including tax administration, government accountability, information management, results-oriented programs, and improving government; (2) commented on its operational and financial performance; (3) provided its financial statements and independe...
Fiscal Year 1992 Budget Estimates for the General Accounting Office
T-OCG-91-2: Published: Feb 6, 1991. Publicly Released: Feb 6, 1991.
GAO discussed its fiscal year: (1) 1992 funding requirements; and (2) 1990 accomplishments. GAO noted that it: (1) accomplished exceptional work that focused on major national issues by becoming more operationally efficient; (2) implemented programs geared toward awarding its personnel for work well done and providing training and equipment that enabled them to perform high-quality work in an effi...
Comptroller General's Annual Report 1985
B-119600: Published: Jan 29, 1986. Publicly Released: Jan 29, 1986.
GAO activities for the fiscal year ended September 30, 1985 were reported. Highlights of these activities were summarized and included work on: the budget deficit; the social security program; other entitlements and pension programs; Department of Defense entitlements; debt servicing; block grants; agricultural programs; tax administration; and financial management...
Comptroller General's Annual Report 1983
B-119600: Published: Feb 28, 1984. Publicly Released: Feb 28, 1984.
The activities of GAO are reported for the fiscal year ended September 30, 1983. Highlights of these activities are summarized and included: management and cost control savings recommended to the Department of Defense; a study of chemical warfare; reports on foreign military sales to Israel and Egypt, potential energy shortages, controlling health care costs, and debt collection...