St. Lawrence Seaway: Estimates for the Asset Renewal Program Will Change, and Implementing Best Practices May Improve the Estimates' Reliability

May 2010
GAO Reports;5/13/2010, p1
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The article presents a congressional report from Terrell G. Dorn, Director of Physical Infrastructures Issues at the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO), to the House of Congress' Committee on Appropriations regarding the St. Lawrence Seaway. It notes that estimates for the asset renewal program in St. Lawrence will change, along with the best practices to be implemented that may improve the estimates' reality. Overview on the scope and methodology used by GAO in enclosure II is offered.


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