Fiscal Pressures Could Have Implications for Future Delivery of Intergovernmental Programs

August 2010
GAO Reports;8/13/2010, preceding p1
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The article offers information on the research regarding the implementation of intergovernmental programs by the state and local governments' partnership with the federal government, conducted by the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO). The research examines the long-term fiscal pressures on historical spending and revenue trends, identifying patterns, and federal policies implications. GAO uses aggregate data from the Bureau of Economics Analysis's National Income and Product Accounts.


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