The Government Accountability Office is making a dozen new recommendations to address the compilation and reporting weaknesses that the agency identified during its audit of the 2005 fiscal year federal government financials.
For the past nine years, the GAO has refused to vouch for the accuracy and completeness of the government's financial statements.
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