Friday, November 24, 2006

GAO reports for the week

Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, there aren't many Government Accountability Office (GAO) reports this week. If you like to learn more about the GAO, check out the library's subject guide.


1. Managing Sensitive Information: DOJ Needs a More Complete Staffing Strategy for Managing Classified Information and a Set of Internal Controls for Other Sensitive Information. GAO-07-83, October 20.
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2. Information Security: Agencies Need to Develop and Implement Adequate Policies for Periodic Testing. GAO-07-65, October 20.
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3. Small Business Innovation Research: Agencies Need to Strengthen Efforts to Improve the Completeness, Consistency, and Accuracy of Awards Data. GAO-07-38, October 19.
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1. Suggested Areas for Oversight for the 110th Congress. GAO-07-235R, November 17.

Presentation by the Comptroller General

1. "Saving Our Future Requires Tough Choices Today" by David M. Walker, comptroller general of the United States, on the Fiscal Wake-Up Tour at the University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. GAO-07-222CG,November 8, 2006.

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