Weak financial management at the Securities and Exchange Commission has led to budget overruns of nearly $50 million in two years, according to a report issued by the Government Accountability Office.

The GAO found "ineffective management controls" at the SEC, and echoed findings from an earlier study released in the spring that pointed to weaknesses in the agency's preparation of financial statements and the security of its information.

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