Agency at a Glance
The Government Accountability Office (GAO) is a government agency that provides auditing, evaluation, and investigative services for the United States Congress. It is the supreme audit institution of the federal government of the United States.
GAO has nearly 3,500 employees.
Annual Budget: $1.397 Billion
Comptroller General of the United States: Eugene Louis Dodaro
This morning, GAO’s Nick Marinos testified on urgent actions needed to protect our nation’s critical infrastructure… https://t.co/rrtho0HCVN
Black Lung Benefits Program: Continued Inaction on Coal Operator Self-Insurance Increases Financial Risk to Trust F… https://t.co/MTw2kkooFK
Troubled Asset Relief Program: Status of Two Remaining Active Investment Programs https://t.co/fHMsAT7mnS
Transit-Oriented Development: DOT Should Better Document Its Rationale for Financing Decisions and Evaluate Its Pil… https://t.co/fxHCoB7IpN
Vaccines are critical to deterring #COVID19 variants like #Omicron. The U.S. helped fund the COVAX initiative to pr… https://t.co/A3k9ZilH31