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What GAO Found GAO found that three selected agencies stored a wide variety of property in their warehouses. For example: Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) warehouses at four main sites contained items used to build and repair aviation support systems, such as wind shear alert systems.
What GAO Found GAO found the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Department of Energy (DOE), and Department of Labor (DOL) established a process for providing property to non-federal recipients but had limited insight into how these recipients used this property.
As the federal government continues its overall transformation, the centerpiece of this effort is the strategic management of human capital. Federal agencies will need the most effective human capital systems to succeed in their transformations.
GAO reviewed the Resolution Trust Corporation's (RTC) cleanup of the thrift industry, focusing on: (1) RTC management of its asset disposition and contracting activities; (2) RTC information systems; and (3) reduction of thrift cleanup costs.
GAO provided information on the Health Care Financing Administration's (HCFA) management of the Medicare Program and whether insufficient funding exposes the program to unnecessary loss through waste, fraud, and abuse.