Information Systems : SSA's Financial Management of Information Systems Needs Improvement: Report to the Chairman, Committee on the Budget, U.S. Senate

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Page 32 - Office may do so by addressing a telegram or letter to the Comptroller General of the United States, US General Accounting Office, Washington, DC 20548, identifying the procurement or sale and the agency concerned and stating the specific grounds upon which the protest is based.
Page 17 - Agency Comments and Our Evaluation We provided a copy of a draft of this report to the departments of Interior and Health and Human Services for review and comment.
Page 8 - No-year authority. Budget authority that remains available for obligation for an indefinite period of time, usually until the objectives for which the authority was made available are attained.
Page 25 - Social Security Administration: Stable Leadership and Better Management Needed to Improve Effectiveness...
Page 8 - In testimony before the House Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education, Committee on Appropriations...
Page 1 - GAO United States General Accounting Office Washington, DC 20648 Information Management and Technology Division B-247737 March 5, 1992 The Honorable Donald W.
Page 8 - ADP procurements involves some uncertainty, this [no-year authority] will assist the Agency in better coping with the unpredictability of timing in major systems purchases and give us more flexibility in dealing with procurement delays. Major systems purchases are particularly prone to procurement challenges by unsuccessful bidders which can delay final procurements into the next fiscal year.
Page 8 - Commissioner testified that authority was needed, "to provide funding flexibility for automatic data processing and telecommunications expenditures, especially for carrying out my plan to modernize SSA'S systems.
Page 2 - Congress, Office of Management and Budget, Department of Health and Human Services, and SSA management in making informed decisions about information systems projects or in determining if objectives are being achieved.
Page 17 - SSA's Information Technology Systems Budget Requests and Obligations (GAO/ IMTEC-87-15FS, Mar.

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