A year after the government’s chief investigators identified 81 areas where the government double-spends or could cut costs, President Obama and Congress have solved just four of them, the Government Accountability Office said in a follow-up report Tuesday.
In another report looking at other parts of the government, the GAO found still more duplication or places where better technology or goals could save the government money.
The watchdog laid out 176 action items for the 81 areas it highlighted in last year’s report. Of those 81, four have been completed, 60 have undergone early steps and 17 have had no action at all.
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