Kepplinger, Gary
November 2007
GAO Reports;11/15/2007, p1
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The article presents a statement by General Counsel Gary Kepplinger on the responsibilities of the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) under the Congressional Review Act (CRA). Its primary role under CRA is to provide the Congress with a report on each major rule containing its assessment of whether the promulgating federal agency's commitment to procedural steps required. Kepplinger is confident that GAO will be able to fulfill its responsibilities and working with the subcommittee.


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