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The government has failed its fourth consecutive annual audit, but agencies are making some progress in getting their finances in order–according to a watchdog’s annual financial report card.
Management cuts and pay inequity in the Federal Aviation Administration's air traffic control operations are contributing to declining safety in the skies, agency managers told a House panel Wednesday.
The second-ranking official at the Office of Management and Budget said Tuesday that the Bush administration will use the 1993 Government Performance and Results Act as the cornerstone of its efforts to improve federal management.
For the fourth straight year, the federal government will fail its annual financial audit, Comptroller General David Walker said Monday.