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Posted in on Fri, May 23, 2014

Reexamining Regulations: Agencies Often Made Regulatory Changes, but Could Strengthen Linkages to Performance Goals. GAO-14-268, April 11.  Highlights –

Mine Safety: Basis for Proposed Exposure Limit on Respirable Coal Mine Dust and Possible Approaches for Lowering Dust Levels, GAO-14-345, April 9.

Petroleum Refining: Industry’s Outlook Depends on Market Changes and Key Environmental Regulations. GAO-14-249, March 14.  Highlights –

National Environmental Policy Act: Little Information Exists on NEPA Analyses. GAO-14-369, April 15.  Highlights -

National Environmental Policy Act: Little Information Exists on NEPA Analyses. GAO-14-370, April 15.  Highlights -

Federal Vehicle Collisions and Aftermarket Collision Avoidance Technologies. GAO-14-408R, April 24.

Federal Vehicle Fleets: GSA Has Opportunities to Further Encourage Cost Savings for Leased Vehicles, GAO-14-443, May 7

Uranium Contamination: Overall Scope, Time Frame, and Cost Information Is Needed for Contamination Cleanup on the Navajo Reservation, GAO-14-323, May 5

Disaster Resilience: Actions Are Underway, but Federal Fiscal Exposure Highlights the Need for Continued Attention to Longstanding Challenges, GAO-14-603T, May 14

Nanomanufacturing and U.S. Competitiveness: Challenges and Opportunities, by Timothy M. Persons, chief scientist, applied research and methods, before the Subcommittee on Research and Technology, House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. GAO-14-618T, May 20.  Highlights –

Freshwater: Supply Concerns Continue, and Uncertainties Complicate Planning, GAO-14-430, May 20.

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