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Topic - Gene L. Dodaro
Mr. Dodaro said for every $1 they get, they deliver a return on investment of $80 by tracking fraud and recommending where government should be streamlined.
For GAO, the big workload comes from tracking last year's Recovery Act, which accounts for most of the staff funding changes the agency is requesting, said acting Comptroller General Gene L. Dodaro.