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February 25, 2019

GAO Reports and Decisions on HeinOnline

The Government Accountability Office, more commonly referred to as the GAO, is a nonpartisan agency that investigates how the federal government spends money, and provides information about ways the government might save money. The GAO generates several hundred reports and other documents each year, focusing on a variety of topics and agencies. These reports and surveys can be a valuable source of information, and may be rich with data.

You can now search almost 50,000 GAO reports and decisions on HeinOnline. This new collection, GAO Reports and Comptroller General Decisions, allows you to keyword search the collection using HeinOnline's advanced search features. You can also filter by location, individual  name, agency, and more. Start with a general search, or jump to one of the useful sub-collections like related Congressional Research Service reports, or legislative committee publications.

Learn more on the HeinOnline blog, or jump in and start researching now!

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