A Tale of Two Agencies

A Comparative Analysis of the General Accounting Office and the Office of Management and Budget (Miller Ctr Ser on Th Amer P)
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POLITICS & GOVERNMENT, United States, Politics - Current Events, Politics / Current Events, Politics/International Relations, History & Theory - General, Office of Management and Budge, General Accounting O
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