All types of technical, procedural, and policy disputes between shippers, carriers, finance offices, and the General Accounting Office
were resolved by members of the carrier audit team.
It also establishes an income offset demonstration program to enable SSDI beneficiaries to retain $1 of income for every $2 of earnings, with a study to be conducted by the General Accounting Office
to ascertain the costs and impact upon return to work.
In six countries that replaced a note valued at about $1 with a coin, the General Accounting Office
found coin-for-note replacement rates ranging from 1.
While there are waiting lists in Canada for elective surgery and other non-life-threatening conditions, the General Accounting Office
reported that "there was no wait for emergency patients" and, furthermore, "hospital capacity in the United States is a safety valve" that would prevent waiting lists here.
These facts were uncovered in February by the General Accounting Office
, which also announced that the reports contained "notable omissions and other weaknesses" Pundits and Democratic politicians were quick to accuse the White House of conducting, in the words of Sen.
The General Accounting Office
(GAO) in March issued a clarification (www.
Charles Grassley (R-Iowa), chairman of the Senate Finance Committee which oversees federal child-support enforcement--ordered the General Accounting Office
to examine the problem of undisbursed child support.
The committee report calls for e-archives funds to be suspended for while NARA addresses management problems raised in an August report released by the General Accounting Office
Tuesday's hearing coincided with the release of a General Accounting Office
report that found ``a broad array of federal operations and assets at risk of fraud, misuses and disruption.
In early November, the Senate Special Committee on Aging held one hearing to air a November 4 General Accounting Office
report, "Nursing Home Care: Enhanced HCFA Oversight of State Programs Would Better Ensure Quality.
Most recently she was one of 10 members of an expert panel appointed by the General Accounting Office
on behalf of Congress to make recommendations about the Cost Accounting Standards Board (created in 1970 to set uniform standards for accounting for the costs of goods and services that contractors provide).
Based on internal studies within the IRS and an external study conducted by the General Accounting Office
(GAO), the Service designed an enhanced selection and classification process for corporate tax returns with ending assets of $10 million or more.