Legislation relating to the General Accounting Office

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Since the enactment of the Budget and Accounting Act,which created the General Accounting Office, numerous statutes have increased or affected the responsibilites of the Office. This book is a compendium of all statutory authorities applicable to the Office today including the Legislative Reorganization Act ofwhich added significant responsibilities to the General.

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