Dodaro, Gene L.
January 2010
GAO Reports;1/21/2010, p3
Government Documents
The article presents a message from the acting comptroller general of the U.S. regarding the performance of the Government Accountability Office (GAO) as of the fiscal year 2009. He provides details on the efforts undertaken by the government agency to achieve its goals and fulfill its mission. Some of the achievements made by GAO are discussed such as its implementation of new mandates. He also appreciates the support and efforts of GAO's staff in meeting the goals of the organization.


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