GAO Performance and Accountability Report

November 2007
GAO Reports;11/15/2007, preceding pi
Government Documents
The article presents the performance and accountability report of the Government Accountability Office (GAO) for the fiscal year 2007 in the U.S. It describes and compares the commitment of GAO to the standard targets and goals of the department. It is evident on the presented data that GAO has done significant changes to the nation which is relevant to its development and sustainability.


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