Status of Efforts to Address Transparency and Accountability Issues

Dodaro, Gene L.
March 2009
GAO Reports;3/19/2009, preceding p1
Government Documents
The article provides information on the U.S. Department of Treasury's financial stability plan and its ongoing work on the implications of actions related to the financial crisis on federal debt management in the U.S. It focuses on the nature and purpose of the activities under the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP), its implications on federal debt management and TARP's performance. It reviews documents related to TARP which include contracts, agreements and rules.


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