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GAOGovernment Accountability Office (formerly General Accounting Office)
GAOGeneral Accounting Office (now Government Accountability Office)
GAOGovernmental Affairs Office (various organizations)
GAOGarfunkel and Oates (band)
GAOGeneral Accounting Office
GAOGeorgia Advocacy Office
GAOGolf Association of Ontario (Canada)
GAOGame Advertising Online (network)
GAOGeneral Administration Office
GAOGoal Achievement Objective
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In an interview on Thursday, Genser said it was difficult to determine the full extent of Gao's ill health because he is unable to speak coherently, probably a result of years spent in solitary confinement in a small cell.
The new section of the GAO's website, named "key issues," enables users to access related resources on a single webpage.
In his writings Gao made clear that he had two main reasons for painting as he did: he did not want any artificial tool to stand between his ideas and the paper or silk, and he was fascinated by the often accidental effects that resulted from his novel technique.
The GAO defined this procurement as a "subscription." (11) The GAO then rejected the NLRB's assertion that the bona fide needs rule does not apply to subscriptions.
''We urge the authorities to immediately release Gao Zhisheng,'' the statement said.
The reviewers also said that the GAO could improve its performance audit practice by, for example, enhancing the transparency and efficiency of its quality assurance system and policies.
Government Accountability Office (GAO), Global Health: Spending Requirement Presents Challenges for Allocating Prevention Funding Under the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief, Washington, DC: GAO, 2006.
As for the future, the EPA has developed a plan to improve its enforcement of the rule, and is preparing revisions that will address some of the issues raised in the GAO report, says Veronica Blette, a special assistant to the director of the EPA Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water.
Ninety-two percent of requests were granted in full last year, according to the GAO. Three percent were partially granted, 1 percent was denied, and 5 percent were "not disclosed for other reasons," the GAO said.
A recent GAO report found 39 information security control weaknesses.
On January 25, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) released an updated version of the High-Risk Series, a periodic report highlighting problem areas that GAO believes are impeding effective government and costing the government billions of dollars each year.