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U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO)
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Conservative Truth - I Hate to Be the One to Say I Told You So, But... - Gary Aldrich
The Times reported that an audit by State Department Inspector General Jacqueline Williams-Bridgers found that visitors, contractors and maintenance workers were allowed to roam freely, unescorted, all over State Department headquarters.
The Government Results Center - Alert 09-14
GAO Iraq and Afghanistan:Security, Economic, and Governance Challenges to Rebuilding Efforts Should Be Addressed in U.S. Strategies, by Jacquelyn Williams-Bridgers, managing director, international affairs and trade, before the House Committee on Armed Services.GAO-09-476T, March 25.
http://www.gao.gov/cgi-bin/getrpt?GAO-09-476T Highlights - http://www.gao.gov/highlights/d09476thigh.pdfKey Words: Strategic Management, Iraq, Afghanistan
More Y2K material for your perusal - the bug that just won't go away
change, the global picture that is slowly emerging is cause for concern,'' said Jacquelyn Williams-Bridgers, the State Department's inspector general.
economic havoc and social unrest,'' Williams-Bridgers
comments in written testimony prepared for a hearing on
global corporate readiness Thursday before a special Senate panel looking
into the problem.
An advance copy was obtained by Reuters
Y2K-related disruptions in the international flow of goods and services
are likely,'' she
said, adding that a breakdown in any part of the supply
Flesh and Stone - GAO: After spending $1 trillion in Iraq and Afghanistan, U.S. still lacks a strategic plan
Lawmakers should focus on improving inter-agency coordination and better oversight of contractors, said Jacquie Williams-Bridgers, managing director of the GAO's International Affairs and Trade office.
And Jacquelyn ...
And Jacquelyn Williams-Bridgers, the State Department's inspector general, recently told Reuters reporter, Jim Wolf, that in some unnamed countries, "there is a clear risk that electricity, telecommunications and other key systems will fail, perhaps creating economic havoc and social unrest.