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GAO 2014 Annual Report: Additional Opportunities to Reduce Fragmentation, Overlap, and Duplication and Achieve Other Benefits
Gene L. Dodaro (au)
The federal government faces an unsustainable fiscal path. Changing this path will likely require difficult fiscal policy decisions to alter both long-term federal spending and revenue. Yet, in the near-term, executive branch agencies and Congress can act to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of government programs and activities. Opportunities to take action exist in areas where federal programs or activities are fragmented, overlapping, or duplicative. To highlight these opportunities, GAO reports annually to Congress on federal programs, agencies, offices, and initiatives -- either within departments or government-wide -- that have duplicative goals or activities. This report, the fourth in a series, identifies additional areas where a broad range of federal agencies may be able to achieve greater efficiency or effectiveness. For each area, GAO suggests actions that the executive branch or Congress could take to reduce, eliminate, or better manage fragmentation, overlap, or duplication, or achieve other financial benefits. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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