1 edition of International Affairs Issue Area Plan-Fiscal Years 1995-97... U.S.GAO... March 195. found in the catalog.
International Affairs Issue Area Plan-Fiscal Years 1995-97... U.S.GAO... March 195.
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GAO provided information on its International Affairs issue area plan for fiscal years throughfocusing on how: (1) the government is adapting to post-Cold War budget realities; (2) functions and activities are meeting essential U.S. interests; and (3) functions and activities can be managed at the least cost to the plans to: (1) determine the compatibility of foreign.
GAO presented its Systems Development and Production issue area plan for fiscal years throughfocusing on the: (1) justification for new weapons systems; (2) development and acquisition of military weapons systems; and (3) Department of Defense's (DOD) budgeting for its procurement and research, development, test, and evaluation plans to: (1) determine whether the.
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