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Articles from General Accounting Office Reports & Testimony (August 1, 2005)

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21st Century Challenges: Performance Budgeting Could Help Promote Necessary Reexamination. 482
21st Century Challenges: Transforming Government to Meet Current and Emerging Challenges. 537
Administrative Expenditures and Federal Matching Rates of Selected Support Programs. 415
Advanced Technology Program: Inherent Factors in Selection Process Are Likely to Limit Identification of Similar Research. 538
Afghanistan Reconstruction: Despite Some Progress, Deteriorating Security and Other Obstacles Continue to Threaten Achievement of U.S. Goals. 403
Afghanistan Security: Efforts to Establish Army and Police Have Made Progress, but Future Plans Need to Be Better Defined. 435
Air Traffic Control: Characteristics and Performance of Selected International Air Navigation Service Providers and Lessons Learned from Their Commercialization. 526
Air Traffic Operations: The Federal Aviation Administration Needs to Address Major Air Traffic Operating Cost Control Changes. 419
Airport and Airway Trust Fund: Preliminary Observations on Past, Present, and Future. 519
Amtrak: Acela's Continued Problems Underscore the Importance of Meeting Broader Challenges in Managing Large-Scale Projects. 440
Amtrak: Management and Accountability Issues Contribute to Unprofitability of Food and Beverage Service. 473
Armed Forces Institute of Pathology: Business Plan's Implementation Is Unlikely to Achieve Expected Financial Benefits and Could Reduce Civilian Role. 495
Army Depot Maintenance: Ineffective Oversight of Depot Maintenance Operations and System Implementation Efforts. 613
Aviation Security: Better Planning Needed to Optimize Deployment of Checked Baggage Screening Systems. 462
Aviation Security: Transportation Security Administration Did Not Fully Disclose Uses of Personal Information During Secure Flight Program Testing in Initial Privacy Notes, but Has Recently Taken Steps to More Fully Inform the Public. 638
Border Patrol: Available Data on Interior Checkpoints Suggest Differences in Sector Performance. 529
Border Security: Actions Needed to Strengthen Management of Department of Homeland Security's Visa Security Program. 337
Business Systems Modernization: Internal Revenue Service's Fiscal Year 2005 Expenditure Plan. 482
Capitol Visitor Center: Effective Schedule Management and Updated Cost Information Are Needed. 511
Capitol Visitor Center: Update on Status of Project's Schedule and Costs. 626
Chemical Regulation: Options Exist to Improve EPA's Ability to Assess Health Risks and Manage Its Chemical Review Program. 581
Child Care: Additional Information Is Needed on Working Families Receiving Subsidies. 569
Child Welfare: Better Data and Evaluations Could Improve Processes and Programs for Adopting Children with Special Needs. 465
Clean Water Act: Improved Resource Planning Would Help EPA Better Respond to Changing Needs and Fiscal Constraints. 396
Coast Guard: Preliminary Observations on the Condition of Deepwater Legacy Assets and Aquisition Management Challenges. 490
Coast Guard: Progress Being Made on Addressing Deepwater Legacy Asset Condition Issues and Program Management, but Acquisition Challenges Remain. 567
Combating Alien Smuggling: Opportunities Exist to Improve the Federal Response. 473
Combating Alien Smuggling: The Federal Response Can Be Improved. 500
Combating Nuclear Smuggling: Efforts to Deploy Radiation Detection Equipment in the United States and in Other Countries. 729
Commercial Aviation: Preliminary Observations on Legacy Airlines' Financial Condition, Bankruptcy, and Pension Issues. 470
Commercial Aviation: Structural Costs Continue to Challenge Legacy Airlines' Financial Performance. 513
Compacts of Free Association: Implementation of New Funding and Accountability Requirements Is Well Under Way, but Planning Challenges Remain. 495
Contract Management: Opportunities Continue for GSA to Improve Pricing of Multiple Award Schedules Contracts. 440
Conversions of Selected Employees from Noncareer to Career Positions at Departments and Certain Agencies. 339
Cooperative Threat Reduction: DOD Has Improved Its Management and Internal Controls, but Challenges Remain. 395
Courthouse Construction: Information on Project Cost and Size Changes Would Help to Enhance Oversight. 429
Courthouse Construction: Overview of Previous and Ongoing Work. 513
Critical Infrastructure Protection: Challenges in Addressing Cybersecurity. 399
Data Quality: Improvements to Count Correction Efforts Could Produce More Accurate Census Data. Correction Notice 379
Defense Acquisitions: Incentives and Pressures That Drive Problems Affecting Satellite and Related Acquisitions. 750
Defense Acquisitions: Progress and Challenges Facing the DD(X) Surface Combatant Program. 591
Defense Acquisitions: Resolving Development Risks in the Army's Networked Communications Capabilities Is Key to Fielding Future Force. 537
Defense Ammunition: DOD Meeting Small and Medium Caliber Ammunition Needs, but Additional Actions Are Necessary. 446
Defense Health Care: Implementation Issues for New TRICARE Contracts and Regional Structure. 602
Defense Health Care: Improvements Needed in Occupational and Environmental Health Surveillance During Deployments to Address Immediate and Long-Term Health Issues. 589
Defense Health Care: Occupational and Environmental Health Surveillance Conducted During Deployments Needs Improvement. 598
Defense Infrastructure: Issues Need to Be Addressed in Managing and Funding Base Operations and Facilities Support. 581
Defense Infrastructure: Management Issue Requiring Attention in Utility Privatization. 567
Defense Management: Processes to Estimate and Track Equipment Reconstitution Costs Can Be Improved. 547
Defense Technology Development: Management Process Can Be Strengthened for New Technology Transition Programs. 607
Defense Transportation: DOD Has Adequately Addressed Congressional Concerns Regarding the Cost of Implementing the New Personal Property Program Initiatives. 499
Department of Defense Initiatives on High Energy Lasers Have Been Responsive to Congressional Direction. 349
Department of Defense's Assessment Addresses Congressional Concerns but Lacks Detail on High Energy Laser Transition Plans. 714
Digital Television Transition: Questions on Administrative Costs of an Equipment Subsidy Program. 627
District of Columbia: Federal Funds for Foster Care Improvements Used to Implement New Programs, but Challenges Remain. 618
DOD and VA: Systematic Data Sharing Would Help Expedite Servicemembers' Transition to VA Services. 595
DOD Business Systems Modernization: Long-Standing Weaknesses in Enterprise Architecture Development Need to Be Addressed. 569
DOD Business Transformation: Sustained Leadership Needed to Address Long-standing Financial and Business Management Problems. 498
DOD Excess Property: Management Control Breakdowns Result in Substantial Waste and Inefficiency. 384
DOD Excess Property: Management Control Breakdowns Result in Substantial Waste and Inefficiency. 416
DOD Personnel Clearances: Some Progress Has Been Made but Hurdles Remain to Overcome the Challenges That Led to GAO's High-Risk Designation. 508
DOD Problem Disbursements: Long-standing Accounting Weaknesses Result in Inaccurate Records and Substantial Write-offs. 581
Economic Performance: Highlights of a Workshop on Economic Performance Measures. 391
Elderly Housing: Federal Housing Programs and Supportive Services. 458
Elections: Additional Data Could Help State and Local Elections Officials Maintain Accurate Voter Registration Lists. 445
Electronic Waste: Observation on the Role of the Federal Government in Encouraging Recycling and Reuse. 671
Employee Benefits Security Administration: Improvements Have Been Made to Pension Enforcement Program but Significant Challenges Remain. 551
Endangered Species Act: Successes and Challenges in Agency Collaboration and the Use of Scientific Information in the Decision Making Process. 516
Energy Savings: Performance Contracts Offer Benefits, but Vigilance Is Needed to Protect Government Interests. 518
Environmental Justice: EPS Should Devote More Attention to Environmental Justice When Developing Clean Air Rules. 463
Fair Labor Standards Act: Labor Made Key Decisions in Studies of Updated Overtime Rule and Contractor Provided Support. 488
Federal Contracting: Share-in-Savings Initiative Not Yet Tested. 507
Federal Disability Assistance: Wide Array of Programs Needs to be Examined in Light of 21st Century Challenges. 467
Federal Emergency Management Agency: Crisis Counseling Grants Awarded to the State of New York after the September 11 Terrorist Attacks. 540
Federal Housing Administration: Managing Risks from a New Zero Down Payment Product. 402
Federal Real Property: Further Actions Needed to Address Long-standing and Complex Problems. 406
Federal Research: Observations on the Small Business Innovation Research Program. 557
Federal Student Loan Repayment Program: OPM Could Build on Its Efforts to Help Agencies Administer the Program and Measure Results. 542
Financial Audit: Capitol Preservation Fund's Fiscal Years 2003 and 2002 Financial Statements. 134
Financial Audit: The Department of Agriculture's Fiscal Year 2004 Management Representation Letter on Its Financial Statements. 475
Financial Audit: The Department of Commerce's Fiscal Year 2004 Management Representation Letter on Its Financial Statements. 484
Financial Audit: The Department of Defense's Fiscal Year 2004 Management Representation Letter on Its Financial Statements. 516
Financial Audit: The Department of Education's Fiscal Year 2004 Management Representation Letter on Its Financial Statements. 541
Financial Audit: The Department of Energy's Fiscal Year 2004 Management Representation Letter on Its Financial Statements. 476
Financial Audit: The Department of Health and Human Services's Fiscal Year 2004 Management Representation Letter on Its Financial Statements. 537
Financial Audit: The Department of Homeland Security's Fiscal Year 2004 Management Representation Letter on Its Financial Statements. 510
Financial Audit: The Department of Housing and Urban Development's Fiscal Year 2004 Management Representation Letter on Its Financial Statements. 503
Financial Audit: The Department of Justice's Fiscal Year 2004 Management Representation Letter on Its Financial Statements. 479
Financial Audit: The Department of Labor's Fiscal Year 2004 Management Representation Letter on Its Financial Statements. 531
Financial Audit: The Department of State's Fiscal Year 2004 Management Representation Letter on Its Financial Statements. 549
Financial Audit: The Department of Transportation's Fiscal Year 2004 Management Representation Letter on Its Financial Statements. 543
Financial Audit: The Department of Veterans Affairs' Fiscal Year 2004 Management Representation Letter on Its Financial Statements. 480
Financial Audit: The Environmental Protection Agency's Fiscal Year 2004 Management Representation Letter on Its Financial Statements. 496
Financial Audit: The Export-Import Bank of the United States' Fiscal Year 2004 Management Representation Letter on Its Financial Statements. 496
Financial Audit: The Farm Credit System Insurance Corporation's Fiscal Year 2003 Management Representation Letter on Its Financial Statements. 508
Financial Audit: The Federal Communications Commission's Fiscal Year 2004 Management Representation Letter on Its Financial Statements. 476
Financial Audit: The General Services Administration's Fiscal Year 2004 Management Representation Letter on Its Financial Statements. 484
Financial Audit: The National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Fiscal Year 2004 Management Representation Letter on Its Financial Statements. 501
Financial Audit: The National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund's 2003 Management Representation Letter on Its Financial Statements. 475
Financial Audit: The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation's Fiscal Year 2004 Management Representation Letter on Its Financial Statements. 477
Financial Audit: The Small Business Administration's Fiscal Year 2004 Management Representation Letter on Its Financial Statements. 485
Financial Audit: The Tennessee Valley Authority's Fiscal Year 2004 Management Representation Letter on Its Financial Statements. 509
Financial Audit: The United States Agency for International Development's Fiscal Year 2004 Management Representation Letter on Its Financial Statements. 483
Financial Management: Audit of the White House Commission on the National Moment of Remembrance for Fiscal Year 2004. 587
Financial Management: Challenges in Meeting Governmentwide Improper Payment Requirements. 510
Financial Management: Challenges in Meeting Requirements of the Improper Payments Information Act. 516
Financial Management: Thousands of Civilian Agency Contractors Abuse the Federal Tax System with Little Consequence. 489
Financial Management: Thousands of Civilian Agency Contractors Abuse the Federal Tax Systems with Little Consequence. 464
Financial Market Organizations Have Taken Steps to Protect against Electronic Attacks, but Could Take Additional Actions. 425
Flood Map Modernization: Federal Emergency Management Agency's Implementation of a National Strategy. 619
Freight Transportation: Short Sea Shipping Option Shows Importance of Systematic Approach to Public Investment Decisions. 435
FY 2006 Annual Report on the Cooperative Threat Reduction Program. 436
GAO Performance Plan: Fiscal Year 2006. 105
GAO Update on the Number of Prekindergarten Care and Education Programs. 378
Gasoline Markets: Special Gasoline Blends Reduce Emissions and Improve Air Quality, but Complicate Supply and Contribute to Higher Prices. 636
Global Health: The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria Is Responding to Challenges but Needs Better Information and Documentation for Performance-Based Funding. 537
Groundwater Contamination: DOD Uses and Develops a Range of Remediation Technologies to Clean Up Military Sites. 400
Hardrock Mining: BLM Needs to Better Manage Financial Assurances to Guarantee Coverage of Reclamation Costs. 581
Hazardous Waste Programs: Information on Appropriations and Expenditures for Superfund, Brownfields, and Related Programs. 540
Health Centers And Rural Clinics: State and Federal Implementation Issues for Medicaid's New Payment System. 625
Highlights of a GAO Forum: The Future of the Defined Benefit System and the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation. 470
Highlights of an Expert Panel: The Benefits and Costs of Highway and Transit Investments. 294
Homeland Security: Actions Needed to Better Protect National Icons and Federal Office Buildings from Terrorism. 404
Homeland Security: Agency Resources Address Violations of Restricted Airspace, but Management Improvements Are Needed. 378
Homeland Security: Managing First Responder Grants to Enhance Emergency Preparedness in the National Capital Region. 647
Homeless Veterans: Job Retention Goal Under Development for DOL's Homeless Veterans' Reintegration Program. 308
Human Capital: DOD's National Security Personnel System Faces Implementation Challenges. 610
Human Capital: Selected Agencies Have Opportunities to Enhance Existing Succession Planning and Management Efforts. 437
Human Capital: Symposium on Designing and Managing Market-Based and More Performance-Oriented Pay Systems. 545
Identity Theft: Some Outreach Efforts to Promote Awareness of New Consumer Rights Are Under Way. 595
Immigration Enforcement: Preliminary Observations on Employment Verification and Worksite Enforcement Efforts. 466
Immigration Services: Better Contracting Practices Needed at Call Centers. 443
Independent Media Development Abroad: Challenges Exist in Implementing U.S. Efforts and Measuring Results. 441
Industrial Security: DOD Cannot Ensure Its Oversight of Contractors under Foreign Influence Is Sufficient. 463
Influenza Pandemic: Challenges in Preparedness and Response. 486
Information Management: Acquisition of the Electronics Records Archives Is Progressing. 314
Information Security: Department of Homeland Security Needs to Fully Implement Its Security Program. 328
Information Security: Key Considerations Related to Federal Implementation of Radio Frequency Identification Technology. 352
Information Security: Weaknesses Persist at Federal Agencies Despite Progress Made in Implementing Related Statutory Requirements. 399
Information Technology Management: Census Bureau Has Implemented Many Key Practices, but Additional Actions Are Needed. 430
Information Technology: Federal Agencies Face Challenges in Implementing Initiatives to Improve Public Health Infrastructure. 600
Intellectual Property: Key Processes for Managing Patent Automation Strategy Need Stengthening. 408
Intellectual Property: U.S. Efforts have Contributed to Strengthened Laws Overseas, but Significant Enforcement Challenges Remain. 384
Intellectual Property: USPTO Has Made Progress in Hiring Examiners, but Challenges to Retention Remain. 535
Interagency Contracting: Franchise Funds Provide Convenience, but Value to DOD is Not Demonstrated. 524
Interim Report on the Effects of COPS Funds on the Decline in Crime during the 1990s. 973
International Air Passengers: Staffing Model for Airport Inspections Personnel Can Be Improved. 467
International Trade: Further Improvements Needed to Handle Growing Workload for Monitoring and Enforcing Trade Agreements. 404
Internet Protocol Version 6: Federal Agencies Need to Plan for Transition and Manage Security Risks. 384
IRS Modernization: Continued Progress Requires Addressing Resource Management Challenges. 451
Issues Related to Poor Performers in the Federal Workplace. 850
Mail Order Pharmacies: DOD's Use of VA's Mail Pharmacy Could Produce Savings and Other Benefits. 564
Management Report: Opportunities for Improvements in FDIC's Internal Controls and Accounting Procedures. 304
Mass Transit: Preliminary Views on Options for Additional Fiscal Oversight of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority. 638
Material Internal Control Issues Reported in SEC's Fiscal Year 2004 Financial Statement Audit Report. 163
Medicaid Drug Rebate Program: Inadequate Oversight Raises Concerns about Rebates Paid to States. 468
Medicaid Financing: States' Use of Contigency-Fee Consultants to Maximize Federal Reimbursements Highlights Need for Improved Federal Oversight. 468
Medicaid Fraud and Abuse: CMS's Commitment to Helping States Safeguard Program Dollars Is Limited. 665
Medicaid: States' Efforts to Maximize Federal Reimbursements Highlight Need for Improved Federal Oversight. 470
Medicare: Concerns Regarding Plans to Transfer the Appeals Workload from SSA to HHS Remain. 752
Medicare: Drug Purchase Prices for CMS Consideration in Hospital Outpatient Rate-Setting. 572
Medicare: More Specific Criteria Needed to Classify Inpatient Rehabilitation Facilities. 568
Medicare: Radiopharmaceutical Purchase Prices for CMS Consideration in Hospital Outpatient Rate-Setting. 465
Military and Veterans' Benefits: Enhanced Services Could Improve Transition Assistance for Reserves and National Guard. 389
Military and Veterans' Benefits: Improvements Needed in Transition Assistance Services for Reserves and National Guard. 403
Military Base Closures: Observations on Prior and Current BRAC Rounds. 682
Military Bases: Analysis of DOD's 2005 Selection Process and Recommendations for Base Closures and Realignments. 602
Military Bases: Observations on DOD's 2005 Base Realignment and Closure Selection Process and Recommendations. 625
Military Personnel: DOD Comments on GAO's Report on More DOD Actions Needed to Address Servicemembers' Personal Financial Management Issues. 773
Military Personnel: DOD Needs Better Controls over Supplemental Life Insurance Solicitation Policies Involving Servicemembers. 592
Military Personnel: DOD Needs to Improve the Transparency and Reassess the Reasonableness, Appropriateness, Affordability, and Sustainability of Its Military Compensation System. 630
Military Training: Actions Needed to Enhance DOD's Program to Transform Joint Training. 559
Military Training: Better Planning and Funding Priority Needed to Improve Conditions of Military Training Ranges. 427
Military Transformation: Actions Needed by DOD to More Clearly Identify New Triad Spending and Develop a Long-term Investment Approach. 450
NASA: More Knowledge Needed to Determine Best Alternatives to Provide Space Station Logistics Support. 440
National Airspace System: FAA Has Made Progress but Continues to Face Challenges in Acquiring Major Air Traffic Control Systems. 592
National Airspace System: Initiatives to Reduce Flight Delays and Enhance Capacity are Ongoing but Challenges Remain. 527
National Energy Policy: Inventory of Major Federal Energy Programs and Status of Policy Recommendations. 632
National Mall: Steps Identified by Stakeholders Facilitate Design and Approval of Security Enhancements. 529
National Park Service: Revenues Could Increase by Charging Allowed Fees for Some Special Uses Permits. 486
Natural Resources: Federal Agencies Are Engaged in Numerous Woody Biomass Utilization Activities, but Significant Obstacles May Impede Their Efforts. 461
Natural Resources: Federal Agencies Are Engaged in Various Efforts to Promote the Utilization of Woody Biomass, but Significant Obstacles to Its Use Remain. 438
No Child Left Behind Act: Most Students with Disabilities Participated in Statewide Assessments, but Inclusion Options Could Be Improved. 388
Nuclear Security: Actions Needed by DOE to Improve Security of Weapons-Grade Nuclear Material at Its Energy, Science and Environment Sites. 449
Nuclear Security: DOE's Office of the Under Secretary for Energy, Science, and Environment Needs to Take Prompt, Coordinated Action to Meet the New Design Basis Threat. 457
Nuclear Waste: Better Performance Reporting Needed to Assess DOE's Ability to Achieve the Goals of the Accelerated Cleanup Program. 419
Oil And Gas Development: Increased Permitting Activity Has Lessened BLM's Ability to Meet Its Environmental Protection Responsibilities. 609
Opportunities Exist to Improve Future Comprehensive Master Plans for Changing U.S. Defense Infrastructure Overseas. 1091
Paperwork Reduction Act: Burden Reduction May Require a New Approach. 656
Paperwork Reduction Act: Subcommittee Questions Concerning the Act's Information Collection Provisions. 491
Performance Measurement and Evaluation: Definitions and Relationships. 259
Private Pensions: Government Actions Could Improve the Timeliness and Content of Form 5500 Pension Information. 513
Private Pensions: Revision of Defined Benefit Pension Plan Funding Rules Is an Essential Component of Comprehensive Pension Reform. 744
Private Pensions: The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation and Long-Term Budgetary Challenges. 584
Progress of the DD(X) Destroyer Program. 652
Public Transportation: Opportunities Exist to Improve the Communication and Transparency of Changes Made to the New Starts Program. 488
Questions for the Record Regarding the Department of Defense's National Security Personnel System. 106
Questions for the Record Related to Amtrak's Food and Beverage Service. 621
Questions for the Record Related to the Department of Defense's National Security Personnel System. 147
Questions for the Record: Hearing on the Judiciary's Ability to Pay for Current and Future Space Needs. 652
Rebuilding Iraq: Actions Needed To Improve Use of Private Security Providers. 543
Rebuilding Iraq: Status of Funding and Reconstruction Efforts. 515
Regulatory Reform: Prior Reviews of Federal Regulatory Process Initiatives Reveal Opportunities for Improvements. 592
Reserve Forces: An Integrated Plan Is Needed to Address Army Reserve Personnel and Equipment Shortages. 429
Review of DOD's Report on Budgeting for Exchange Rates for Foreign Currency Fluctuations. 708
Ryan White CARE Act: Factors that Impact HIV and AIDS Funding and Client Coverage. 633
SEC Mutual Fund Oversight: Positive Actions Are Being Taken, but Regulatory Challenges Remain. 607
Securities and Exchange Commission: Results of Fiscal Year 2004 Financial Audit. 562
Securities Markets: Decimal Pricing has Contributed to Lower Trading Costs and a More Challenging Trading Environment. 423
Social Security Reform: Considerations for Individual Account Design. 555
Social Security Reform: Preliminary Lessons from Other Countries' Experiences. 606
Social Security: Coverage of Public Employees and Implications for Reform. 461
Southeast Asia: Better Human Rights Reviews and Strategic Planning Needed for U.S. Assistance to Foreign Security Forces. 424
Space Acquisitions: Stronger Development Practices and Investment Planning Needed to Address Continuing Problems. 465
Space Shuttle: Status of NASA's Efforts to Address Workforce Issues Related to the Space Shuttle's Retirement. 495
State Department: Improvements Needed to Strengthen U.S. Passport Fraud Detection Efforts. 419
State Department: Improvements Needed to Strengthen U.S. Passport Fraud Detection Efforts. 417
Strategic Budgeting: Risk Management Principles Can Help DHS Allocate Resources to Highest Priorities. 545
Survey of Program Officials--Review of Federal Programs Supporting People with Disabilities. 528
Survey of Workforce Investment Board Directors on the Use of Individual Training Accounts [Internet Only]. 190
Tax Administration: IRS Can Improve Its Productivity Measures by Using Alternative Methods. 429
Transportation Security Administration: Clear Policies and Oversight Needed for Designation of Sensitive Security Information. 433
U.S. Postal Service: Improving Ratemaking Data Quality Through Postal Service Actions and Postal Reform Legislation. 662
U.S.-China Trade: Commerce Faces Practical and Legal Challenges in Applying Countervailing Duties. 396
Ultimate Effects of McCarran-Ferguson Federal Antitrust Exemption on Insurer Activiy are Unclear. 662
Unemployment Insurance: Better Data Needed to Assess Reemployment Services to Claimants. 452
VA Disability Benefits: Board of Veterans' Appeals Has Made Improvements in Quality Assurance, but Challenges Remain for VA in Assuring Consistency. 376
Veterans' Disability Benefits: Claims Processing Problems Persist and Major Performance Improvements May Be Difficult. 419
Veterans' Employment and Training Service: Preliminary Observations on Changes to Veterans' Employment Programs. 379
Wildland Fire Management: Timely Identification of Long-Term Options and Funding Needs Is Critical. 549
Workforce Investment Act: Substantial Funds Are Used for Training, but Little Is Known Nationally about Training Outcomes. 539

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