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Federal agencies are increasingly using cloud computing services. Cloud computing offers benefits but also poses cybersecurity risks. OMB requires agencies to use the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program to authorize their use of cloud services.
What GAO FoundIn 2006, the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) established a records and information management program to maintain and preserve its federal records. The program includes policies related to compact management records--a subset of MCC's federal records.
Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO reviewed the Agency for International Development's (AID) Malaria Immunology and Vaccine Research (MIVR) project, focusing on whether: (1) the procedures and processes AID used to select research and support subprojects ensured funding for high-quality, relevant,...
GAO reported on the General Services Administration's (GSA) nonstores program which is managed by several GSA organizational elements and provides items not generally available through GSA stores or Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) programs.
The Agency for International Development (AID) Excess Property Program was intended to use excess property instead of new property in AID-funded projects whenever possible. However, the program is not presently directed toward that end.