High Risk Series:

Quick Reference Guide

HR-95-2: Published: Feb 1, 1995. Publicly Released: Feb 1, 1995.

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GAO published a Quick Reference Guide that summarizes the status of 18 high-risk program areas that are considered vulnerable to waste, fraud, and abuse. The areas subject to review included the: (1) Bank Insurance Fund; (2) Resolution Trust and Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporations; (3) management of overseas real property; (4) Federal Transit Administration's grant process; (5) Department of Defense's contract, weapons systems acquisition, and inventory management systems; (6) Internal Revenue Service's accounts receivables; (7) Customs Service's and Department of Justice's asset forfeiture programs; (8) Medicare program; (9) farm loan and student financial aid programs; (10) Department of Housing and Urban Development; (11) Department of Energy's and National Aeronautics and Space Administration's contract management; and (12) Superfund Program.

Below are the reports in this series:

High Risk Series: An Overview HR-95-1, Feb 1, 1995

High Risk Series: Quick Reference Guide HR-95-2, Feb 1, 1995

High Risk Series: Defense Contract Management HR-95-3, Feb 1, 1995

High Risk Series: Defense Weapons Systems Acquisition HR-95-4, Feb 1, 1995

High Risk Series: Defense Inventory Management HR-95-5, Feb 1, 1995

High Risk Series: Internal Revenue Service Receivables HR-95-6, Feb 1, 1995

High Risk Series: Asset Forfeiture Programs HR-95-7, Feb 1, 1995

High Risk Series: Medicare Claims HR-95-8, Feb 1, 1995

High Risk Series: Farm Loan Programs HR-95-9, Feb 1, 1995

High Risk Series: Student Financial Aid HR-95-10, Feb 1, 1995

High Risk Series: Department of Housing and Urban Development HR-95-11, Feb 1, 1995

High Risk Series: Superfund Program Management HR-95-12, Feb 1, 1995

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