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GAO Says Assessments of Small-Business Progress in Commercializing Technologies Lacking

GAO found that the database used to assess performance against this benchmark contained inaccurate and incomplete data affecting more than 4,000 records.

GAO: DoD Should Continue Prioritizing Sales to Foreign Governments

Foreign governments can ask DoD to waive costs, and the agency has granted $16 billion in waivers over the past six years to help sales go through.

TSA Uses Airport-Specific Data to Tailor Staffing Levels

In 2016, the agency began to use forecasts on the number of passengers screened at each checkpoint, so it could allocate staff based on expectations.

GAO Finds Most Federal Criminal Restitution Debt is Outstanding

DoJ identified debt management as a major initiative in its strategic plan, but GAO found that the agency has not established any performance measures or goals.

CBO: Government Runs Out of Borrowing Power in Early March

Faulure to raise the debt limit will "ultimately lead to delays of payments for government activities, a default on the government’s debt obligations, or both."

IG Report: DHS Should Strengthen Suspension and Debarment Program

Making four recommendations for improvement, OIG found that the DHS guidance for applying such sanctions is outdated and lacks required definitions and procedures.

Government Cybersecurity Update: GAO Holds Firm on Contract Protests

Also, rule raises possibility that HVAC system with remote monitoring may have to meet all the cybersecurity requirements.

OIG Recommends Reform of Whistleblower Protection Within U.S. Marshals Service

OIG did not substantiate a reprisal claim where employees were removed for misconduct, but found inconsistencies within whistleblower policies in the course of the investigation.
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