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Follow-up on 2011 Report: Status of Actions Taken to Reduce Duplication, Overlap, and Fragmentation, Save Tax Dollars, and Enhance Revenue
Gene L. Dodaro (au)
In March 2011, GAO issued its first annual report to the Congress on potential duplication, overlap, and fragmentation in the fed. goväó»t. The report also identified opportunities to achieve cost savings and enhance revenues. GAO identified 81 areas -- which span a wide range of goväó»t. missions -- with a total of 176 actions that the Congress and the executive branch could take to reduce or eliminate unnecessary duplication, overlap, and fragmentation or achieve other potential financial benefits. This status report provides an overall assessment of progress in implementing actions for the 81 areas, as well as an assessment of each of the 176 suggested actions. This is a print on demand edition of an important, hard-to-find report.
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