Friday, January 12, 2007

GAO Reports for the Week

Here are this week's Government Accountability Office reports and other releases. To learn more about the GAO, read the library's guide.


1. Securing, Stabilizing, and Rebuilding Iraq: Key Issues for Congressional Oversight. GAO-07-308SP, January 9.

2. Indian Issues: The Office of the Special Trustee Has Implemented Several Key Trust Reforms Required by the 1994 Act, but Important Decisions about Its Future Remain. GAO-07-104, December 8.
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1. U.S. Office of Special Counsel's Procedures for Assigning Incoming Cases to and within Organizational Units. GAO-07-263R, January 12.


1. Long-Term Budget Outlook: Saving Our Future Requires Tough Choices Today, by David M. Walker, comptroller general of the United States, before the Senate Committee on the Budget. GAO-07-342T, January 11.

2. Prescription Drugs: An Overview of Approaches to Negotiate Drug Prices Used by Other Countries and U.S. Private Payers and Federal Programs, by John E. Dicken, director, health care, before the Senate Committee on Finance. GAO-07-358T, January 11.
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Presentation by the Comptroller General

1. "Fiscal, Social Security, and Health Care Challenges" by David M. Walker, comptroller general of the United States, at the Awakening Conference in Sea Island, Georgia. GAO-07-345CG, January 7, 2007

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