Transforming Government and be Accountability Profession - U.S. Comptroller General David Walker relates how and why the General Accounting Office changed its name to Government Accountability Office. It's still the GAO, but Comptroller General Walker hopes to persuade the government to establish key performance indicators like the major companies use. He also aims to successfully audit the entire ...
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