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Performance and Accountability Report 2000

Audit Advisory Committee

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Page last updated April 9, 2001

capitol domeGAO utilizes an Audit Advisory Committee, which assists the Comptroller General in overseeing the effectiveness of our financial reporting and audit processes, internal controls over financial operations, and processes to ensure compliance with laws and regulations relevant to GAO's financial operations. The Committee consists of the following three distinguished individuals:

Sheldon S. Cohen (Chairman) is a certified public accountant and practicing attorney in Washington, D.C.; former Commissioner and Chief Counsel of the Internal Revenue Service; and Senior Fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration.

Alan B. Levenson is a practicing attorney in Washington, D.C., and a former senior official at the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Katherine D. Ortega is a certified public accountant, former Treasurer of the United States, former Commissioner of the Copyright Royalty Tribunal, and a former member of the President's Advisory Committee on Small and Minority Business.

Review the report of the Audit Advisory Committee

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FYs 2001 and 2002  |  Strategies and Challenges  |  Financial Information

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