Strategic planning (71 - 80 of 85 items) in Custom Date Range
Fiscal Year 2001 Budget Request: U.S. General Accounting Office
T-OCG-00-1: Published: Feb 1, 2000. Publicly Released: Feb 1, 2000.
GAO discussed its fiscal year (FY) 2001 budget request.GAO noted that: (1) for FY 2001, GAO is requesting $402.9 million in budget authority to permit it to maintain current operations while GAO continues to realign the organization to better serve Congress; (2) GAO's funding level increase will provide for: (a) mandatory pay and benefits costs resulting primarily from federal cost-of-living and l...
Comptroller General's Annual Report 1998
161689: Jan 1, 1998
GAO reported on its activities for fiscal year 1998. 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, health care issues, and international relations; (2) highlighted selected reports and testimony on these and other issues including aviat...
Following the Federal Dollar: The Strategic Plan of The General Accounting Office
OCG-97-3: Published: Apr 1, 1997. Publicly Released: Apr 1, 1997.
GAO provided information on its strategic plan, focusing on its: (1) support of Congress' oversight and legislative needs; and (2) internal operations. GAO identified five broad areas of concentration in supporting the oversight and legislative needs of Congress, which include: (1) promoting an efficient and cost effective government; (2) exposing waste, fraud, abuse, and mismanagement; (3) target...
Veterans Benefits Modernization: Management and Technical Weaknesses Must Be Overcome If Modernization Is To Succeed
T-AIMD-96-103: Published: Jun 19, 1996. Publicly Released: Jun 19, 1996.
GAO discussed the Veterans Benefits Administration's (VBA) efforts to modernize and streamline its business processes. GAO noted that: (1) VBA is experiencing information technology acquisition problems and serious management and technical weaknesses; (2) VBA needs to adopt a clearly articulated business strategy to solve its service-delivery problems, coordinate its reengineering efforts, and cop...
Fiscal Year 1997 Budget Estimates for the U.S. General Accounting Office
T-OCG-96-1: Published: Feb 29, 1996. Publicly Released: Feb 29, 1996.
GAO discussed its fiscal year (FY) 1997 budget request. GAO noted that it: (1) is operating with a staff level of about 3,700 full-time equivalent positions, down from 5,325 employees in 1992; (2) has maintained its productivity and has been able to fulfill added requirements and responsibilities despite fewer staff, although there is some risk that GAO will lack adequate resources in such key are...
Following the Federal Dollar: The Strategic Plan of the General Accounting Office
OCG-95-3: Published: Mar 1, 1995. Publicly Released: Mar 1, 1995.
GAO provided information on its strategic plan, focusing on its: (1) support of Congress' oversight and legislative needs; and (2) internal operations. GAO identified five broad areas of concentration in supporting the oversight and legislative needs of Congress, which include: (1) promoting a more efficient and cost-effective government; (2) exposing waste, fraud, abuse, and mismanagement; (3) ta...
Reengineering Organizations: Results of a GAO Symposium
NSIAD-95-34: Published: Dec 13, 1994. Publicly Released: Dec 13, 1994.
Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO reviewed the framework for reorganizing the Department of Defense's (DOD) business practices, focusing on the results of a GAO symposium on private-sector reengineering practices.GAO noted that: (1) five principles for effective reengineering emerged from the GAO-sponsored symposium; (2) while these principles are not intended to be an all-inclusive list on...
The GAO Review, Vol. 14, Issue 2, Spring 1979
095117: Jan 1, 1979
No summary is currently available...
GAO Guide to Project Planning and Management
090882: Dec 1, 1978
No summary is currently available...
GAO: United States General Accounting Office
D13474: Nov 2, 1970
This pamphlet defines the purposes of the General Accounting Office, tells how it functions, shows how it is organized, and describes its services on behalf of the Congress and the people of the United States...