Friday, February 19, 2010

GAO Reports

The Government Accountability Office (GAO) is often called the investigative arm of Congress. This week GAO investigated electronic health care information exchange, surface coal mining, the Recovery Act, and other topics. If you would like to know more about the GAO, check out the library's guide.


License Suspensions for Nondriving Offenses: Practices in Four States That May Ease the Financial Impact on Low-Income Individuals. GAO-10-217, February 18.

Electronic Personal Health Information Exchange: Health Care Entities' Reported Disclosure Practices and Effects on Quality of Care. GAO-10-361, February 17.
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Disaster Assistance: Federal Assistance for Permanent Housing Primarily Benefited Homeowners; Opportunities Exist to Better Target Rental Housing Needs GAO-10-17, January 14.
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Surface Coal Mining: Financial Assurances for, and Long-Term Oversight of, Mines with Valley Fills in Four Appalachian States. GAO-10-206, January 14.
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Recovery Act: Project Selection and Starts Are Influenced by Certain Federal Requirements and Other Factors. GAO-10-383, February 10.
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Recovery Act: IRS Quickly Implemented Tax Provisions, but Reporting and Enforcement Improvements Are Needed. GAO-10-349, February 10.
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CNMI Immigration and Border Control Databases. GAO-10-345R, February 16.

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