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What GAO Found Since GAO's March 2019 report on the status of its major facilities projects, the National Science Foundation (NSF) had no increases to the authorized total project costs or schedules for its four projects under construction (see figure): The Daniel K.
Resumen de GAO-20-168 (en inglés), un informe para los comités del Congreso Conclusiones de la GAO La Oficina de Asistencia para Desastres de la Agencia Federal para el Dessarrollo de la Pequeña Empresa (SBA, por sus siglas en ingles), la cual administra el programa de Préstamos para Desastres, regularmente...
What GAO FoundIn the past 2 years, notable progress has been made in the vast majority of areas that were on GAO's 2011 High Risk List. Congress passed several laws and took oversight actions to help address high-risk areas.
In accordance with Public Law 108-324, GAO is required to audit the reimbursement of up to $70 million of appropriated funds to the American Red Cross (Red Cross) for disaster relief associated with 2004 hurricanes Charley, Frances, Ivan, and Jeanne.