Information Collection and Management at the Federal Communications Commission

March 2010
GAO Reports;3/1/2010, preceding p1
Government Document
The article focuses on a study conducted by the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) which examined the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) information collection and management practices. GAO found that commission information is collected and managed by FCC's bureaus and offices using commission-wide programs, policies and procedures. The article discusses the strengths and weaknesses in such practices and the status of their internal review.


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