B-100427, B-137626, MAR. 11, 1960
B-100427,B-137626: Mar 11, 1960
KING AND KING: REFERENCE IS MADE TO YOUR LETTER OF OCTOBER 30. ARE BOTH SUBMITTED ON THE THEORY OF SELIGA V. WE ARE FOLLOWING THE SELIGA CASE. TAGADE WAS A PLAINTIFF IN THE CASE OF ROBERT HOMER ANDERSON. JUDGMENT WAS ENTERED IN HIS FAVOR FOR $1. WHILE IT IS PRESUMED THAT THE STIPULATION WAS BASED ON A COMPUTATION THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30. FOR THE REASONS STATED IN THE ABOVE LETTER NO FURTHER ACTION WILL BE TAKEN ON MR.
Today's GAO Reports - April 27, 2010
The Government Accountability Office (GAO) today released the following reports, correspondences and testimony:
Acceso al Idioma: Ciertos organismos pueden mejorar los servicios que prestan a las personas que tienen dominio insuficiente del ingles (DII) GAO-10-685, 26 de abril 2010  Highlights
1. Force Structure: Assessment of Army Progress in Modular Restructuring, Prepositioned Equipment, and Equipment Reset. GAO-10-507R, April 26.
2. Defense Infrastructure: Department of Defense Renewable Energy Initiatives. GAO-10-681R, April 26.
1. Coast Guard: Civil Rights Directorate's Action Plans to Improve Its Operations Could Be Strengthened by Implementing Several Aspects of Project Planning and Implementation Practices, by Laurie Ekstrand, director, strategic issues, before the Subcommittee on Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation, House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure. GAO-10-571T, April 27.  Highlights
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