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U.S. Government Accountability Office: Operations and the Potential Impact of Sequestration
GAO-13-394T: Published: Feb 26, 2013. Publicly Released: Feb 26, 2013.
Operations and Potential Impact of SequestrationIn just this past fiscal year alone, GAO's work yielded significant results across the government, including $55.8 billion in financial benefits--a return of $105 for every dollar invested in GAO and 1,440 other benefits--that is, recommendations that helped to change laws, improve public services, and promote sound management throughout government....
PDP Annual Report: For Fiscal Year 2004
A20059: Mar 1, 2005
The Professional Development Program (PDP) was established in 2001 as part of GAO's strategic objective to become the professional services employer of choice--one that recruits and retains outstanding employees and is considered an excellent place to work. The PDP has made major contributions to achieving GAO's goals by developing and training new staff to succeed. Now that we have completed our...
Supplement to the Comptroller General's 1997 Annual Report
OCR-98-1(1): Published: Jan 1, 1997. Publicly Released: Jan 1, 1997.
GAO presented summary tables of GAO personnel assigned to congressional committees for fiscal year 1997, including their salary and other costs related to their work...
Public Affairs: Personnel Engaged in Public and Congressional Affairs in Federal Agencies
GGD-93-71FS: Published: Mar 8, 1993. Publicly Released: Apr 9, 1993.
Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO reviewed the number of personnel engaged in public and congressional affairs activities in 31 selected federal agencies.GAO found that: (1) the estimated full-time equivalent (FTE) personnel engaged in public and congressional affairs during fiscal years (FY) 1991 and 1992 has increased since FY 1985; (2) 26 agencies reported FTE totals for public and congr...
EEO Oversight: Report of GAO's Affirmative Action Planning Process
PAB-93-1: Published: Feb 10, 1993. Publicly Released: Feb 10, 1993.
GAO reviewed its equal employment opportunity (EEO) activities from 1987 to 1990, focusing on: (1) its strategy for developing affirmative action plans; (2) the implementation of its strategy; (3) the approaches used in the affirmative action plans; and (4) management accountability for implementing affirmative action strategies.GAO found that: (1) the GAO affirmative action plan is not formulated...
Supplement to the Comptroller General's 1993 Annual Report
087657: Jan 1, 1993
GAO presented summary tables of GAO personnel assigned to congressional committees for fiscal year 1993, including their salary and other costs related to their work...
GAO History, 1921-1991
OP-3-HP: Published: Nov 1, 1991. Publicly Released: Nov 1, 1991.
GAO presented a brief history of the first 70 years of GAO, focusing on: (1) the expanding role of GAO in the federal government; (2) its evolution from a voucher-checking staff to one of the most respected audit organizations in the world; and (3) its values and cultures. GAO conducted this work as part of its program to record key government official's observations and impressions and ensure tha...
The GAO Journal, No. 5, Spring 1989
138529: Jan 1, 1989
This quarterly publication presents articles on: (1) civil service reform; (2) behavioral science research on the poor and disadvantaged; (3) federal government anti-drug efforts; (4) the homelessness and affordable housing crisis; (5) housing-related public and private partnerships; and (6) federal agencies' use of information technology...
Amendments to Laws Affecting the Responsibilities of the General Accounting Office
B-152040,B-158422: Published: Mar 30, 1977. Publicly Released: Sep 27, 1983.
No summary is currently available...
Proposed Legislation Affecting the Employment and Compensation of Employees of the General Accounting Office
106882: Aug 21, 1978
Senate Bill 3411 would increase the independence of the GAO from the executive branch by exempting its employees from certain civil service laws administered by the Civil Service Commission, giving GAO greater flexibility in personnel management. Such independence is needed to eliminate any potential for conflict of interest or appearance thereof in GAO's role as the agent of Congress for evaluati...