Systems compatibility (51 - 54 of 54 items)
Year 2000 Computing Crisis: Time Is Running Out for Federal Agencies to Prepare for the New Millennium
T-AIMD-97-129: Published: Jul 10, 1997. Publicly Released: Jul 10, 1997.
GAO discussed: (1) the federal government's strategy for addressing the year 2000 computing problem, and agencies' reported status in resolving the issue; and (2) federal efforts to date based on work GAO completed at certain agencies and on GAO's review of the Office of Management and Budget's (OMB) implementation of the federal strategy, including year 2000 reports submitted by 24 federal agenci...
ADP Modernization: IRS' Automated Examination System--Troubled Past, Uncertain Future
IMTEC-89-54: Published: Jun 22, 1989. Publicly Released: Jul 25, 1989.
Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO reviewed the Internal Revenue Service's (IRS) Automated Examination System (AES), intended to automate the examination of income tax returns, focusing on: (1) IRS progress in developing and implementing AES; and (2) AES compatibility with the IRS Tax System Modernization effort, intended to streamline tax processing through increased automation.GAO found th...
Software Development: Better Management Controls Needed at Navy Regional Data Automation Center
IMTEC-88-46: Published: Sep 28, 1988. Publicly Released: Sep 28, 1988.
Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO evaluated the Navy Regional Data Automation Center (NARDAC) in the District of Columbia to determine how effectively it provided system development services to customers.GAO found that NARDAC did not have effective means to measure project progress or accurately collect project cost information, since its: (1) project status reports did not sufficiently tra...
DOD Instruction 5000.5X, Standard Instruction Set Architectures for Embedded Computers
MASAD-82-16: Published: Jan 27, 1982. Publicly Released: Jan 27, 1982.
Acting on a congressional request, GAO reviewed Department of Defense (DOD) plans to implement proposed DOD Instruction 5000.5X, a plan to curtail high costs resulting from support costs in the field. The proposed instruction would limit the number of architectures used for computer hardware and software design and development and would require ownership of standard architectures for military-embe...