Friday, February 05, 2010

GAO Reports

The Government Accountability Office (GAO) is often called the investigative arm of Congress. This week GAO investigated the Troubled Asset Relief Program, NASA, highway research, biomonitoring, and other topics. If you would like to know more about the GAO, check out the library's guide.


Troubled Asset Relief Program: Treasury Needs to Strengthen Its Decision-Making Process on the Term Asset-Backed Securities Loan Facility. GAO-10-25, February 5.
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Highway Research: The Second Strategic Highway Research Program Addresses the Four Required Areas, but Some Anticipated Research Was Not Funded. GAO-10-248, February 5.
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Littoral Combat Ship: Actions Needed to Improve Operating Cost Estimates and Mitigate Risks in Implementing New Concepts. GAO-10-257, February 2.
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NASA: Assessments of Selected Large-Scale Projects. GAO-10-227SP, February 1.
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Biomonitoring: EPA Could Make Better Use of Biomonitoring Data, by John Stephenson, director, natural resources and environment, before the Subcommittee on Superfund, Toxics and Environmental Health, Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works. GAO-10-419T, February 4.
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NASA: Key Management and Program Challenges, by Cristina Chaplain, director, acquisition and sourcing management, before the Subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics, House Committee on Science and Technology. GAO-10-387T, February 3.
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Defense Acquisitions: Observations on the Department of Defense Service Contract Inventories for Fiscal Year 2008. GAO-10-350R, January 29.

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