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45:12 PM PDT Updated: 08/02/2013 04:45:12 PM PDT A nonpartisan congressional watchdog agency has spoken out on a controversial medical billing practice that rocked Monterey County medical circles last year.
Written by Pacific Daily News Filed Under The government of Guam broke procurement regulations when it tried to buy new trucks for the Guam Fire Department, according to the Office of Public Accountability, including requiring bidders to pay for two
GAO identified 17 areas in which evidence of fragmentation, overlap, or duplication among federal programs or activities exists, covering a broad range of government missions and functions, including international affairs, science and the environment,
Christie signed an executive order Friday enacting the new measures and said he is also working with Senate President Stephen Sweeney, D-Gloucester, who wants to create independent integrity monitors to oversee the billions of dollars in federal aid
Colonoscopies sometimes end with intestinal detonation, or what's known in more official circles as a "colonic gas explosion."...That was until last night, when a team of international researchers was awarded an Ig Nobel Prize in Medicine for
Written by Pacific Daily News Filed Under The public school system's contract with Xerox to provide photocopiers, scanners, printers, fax machines, software and support should and must be terminated, according to the Office of Public Accountability.
It received a request from Rep. Henry Waxman, D-Calif., and Diana DeGette, D-Colo., both of whom serve on the House Energy and Commerce Committee, the GAO told the Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board in a letter. The GAO expects the review to
Despite improvements, more than half of the Pentagon's big weapons systems still cost more than they should, with management failures adding at least $70 billion to the projected costs over the last two years, government auditors said Tuesday. Tom
As part of the reorganization, Raymond has added several high-paying positions, eliminated others and added corporate-sounding titles. To accomplish this, Raymond is shaking up Serna Center the district's central office through a massive
Now, Raymond is moving forward on two initiatives to bring more accountability to the city school district. Raymond is asking the school board to approve a new position chief accountability officer who will oversee a new section of the district's