Oversight of DOJ Funds for Recreational Activities

Maurer, David C.
July 2010
GAO Reports;7/19/2010, p1
Government Document
A letter is presented from Director David C. Maurer of Homeland Security and Justice Issues to the Honorable Tom Coburn of the U.S. Senate pertaining to the oversight of Department of Justice (DOJ) funds for recreational activities.


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