Oversight of the General Services Administration--1982: Hearing Before the Committee on Governmental Affairs, United States Senate, Ninety-seventh Congress, Second Session, September 30, 1982
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Page 13 - An organization of professional appraisers that was formed in 1991 by the merger of the American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers and the Society of Real Estate Appraisers.
Page 13 - The Appraisal of Real Estate" published by the American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers (1951), pg.
Page 8 - I will have to submit that for the record. Mr. Chairman. I don't have it readily available.
Page 4 - It requires the evidence to come first. This Court does not know whether in fact Art Metal has been involved in any improper activities, and apparently neither does GSA. If and when GSA has a basis for charges against Art Metal, it may by all means deny further contracts to that company, cancel existing contracts,19 and take any other appropriate measures.
Page 4 - As noted supra, GSA has adduced no evidence of fraud, corruption, or contractual deficiencies on the part of Art Metal, and as late as September 20, 1978, GSA's Administrator testified that he knew of no such evidence. The Court is unable to accept defendants' argument that, because of the crisis in GSA, one must subordinate the "trees" of particular individuals' rights and interests to the "forest" of GSA's need to deal with corruption (defendants
Page 34 - As a matter of law, if that situation developed, we would be constrained to get an opinion from the Department of Justice as to whether or not...