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Federally Created Entities: An Overview of Key Attributes
Susan Ragland (au); Susan A. Poling (au)
Over the years, Congress has created or authorized the creation of numerous entities to carry out federal programs and further public purposes. These federally created entities can be categorized into several types and serve a variety of missions. They are subject to varying governance, accountability, and transparency requirements through which Congress sought to strengthen entity operations, compliance, performance and resource accountability, and public access to information. Collectively, these entities receive trillions of dollars annually in funds appropriated by Congress. Given the wide variety of entity types, applicability of key broad-based requirements, and federal funding, this report (1) identifed and categorized federally created entities by type; (2) determined the extent to which the various entity types are generally subject to key broad-based statutory governance, accountability, and transparency requirements we identified; and (3) determined the amount of appropriations Congress has made directly available to each of the individual entities in recent years (FY 2005 through 2008). Figures.
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