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Government Accountability Office

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   GAO Comptroller General Decisions (U.S. Government Printing Office)
1995 - current.

"GAO Comptroller General Decisions contains decisions and opinions issued by the Comptroller General in areas of Federal law such as appropriations, bid protests, and Federal agency rulemaking. The database is updated within two business days after decisions have been released."

   GAO Reports (U.S. Government Printing Office)
"The GAO Reports application contains reports ("blue books") on audits, surveys, investigations, and evaluations of Federal programs conducted by the U.S. General Accounting Office (GAO) [Editor's note: now the Government Accountability Office]. All published reports, testimonies, correspondence, and special publications are included. Products that are restricted or classified are not included. The current fiscal year's database is updated within two business days of a report's release".
   General Accounting Office Policy and Procedures Manual for Guidance of Federal Agencies (General Accounting Office)
   Government Accountability Office
Effective July 7, 2004, GAO's name changed to the Government Accountability Office.

"Congress asks GAO to study the programs and expenditures of the federal government. GAO, commonly called the investigative arm of Congress or the congressional watchdog, is independent and nonpartisan. It studies how the federal government spends taxpayer dollars. GAO advises Congress and the heads of executive agencies ... about ways to make government more effective and responsive. GAO evaluates federal programs, audits federal expenditures, and issues legal opinions."

Until July 7, 2004, the Government Accountability Office was known as the General Accounting Office.


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