GAO 2002-03 The Year in Review

GAO's Strategic Plan

GAO’s 2002 Reports

Comptroller General Forums

Access to Information

GAO's High Risk List

The Nature of GAO's Work

Sources of Requested Work During Congressional Sessions

Engagements for Congressional Committees 107th Congress

Engagements for Senate Committees 107th Congress

Engagements for House Committees 107th Congress

GAO’s Budget Authority and FTE Levels Fiscal Years 1992-2002

Annual Performance Measures (1998 and 2002)

Testimonies (91% Favorable Responses)

Written Products (93% Favorable)

Employee Feedback Survey

People Measures to Assess GAO’s Performance in Human Capital Management

Attracting and Retaining Staff

Developing, Supporting, and Using Staff

Leading, Recognizing, and Listening to Staff

Composition of Federal Spending by Budget Function

Composition of Spending as a Share of GDP Under Baseline Extended (Assuming Discretionary Spending Grows with Inflation through 2013 and the 2001 Tax Cuts Do Sunset)

Composition of Spending as a Share of GDP Assuming Discretionary Spending Grows with GDP after 2003 and the 2001 Tax Cuts Do Sunset

Composition of Spending as a Share of GDP Assuming Discretionary Spending Grows with GDP After 2003, the 2001 Tax Cuts Do Not Sunset, and Social Security Benefits Payable After 2041

Composition of Spending as a Share of GDP Assuming Discretionary Spending Grows with GDP After 2003 and the 2001 Tax Cuts Do Not Sunset

Federal Resources for Health care By Policy Tool—FY2000

Performance is Determined by Several Tools & Actors Empowered by Them

Transformation Has Different Dimensions

GAO: Leading by Example (Change, Performance, and Human Capital Management)

Efforts to Address GAO’s Human Capital Challenges

Student Loan Repayment Program

Competency-Based Performance Appraisal

Succession Planning

Federal Permanent Hires FY 1990—FY 2002

Efforts to Address GAO's Human Capital Challenges

GAO 2002-03 The Year in Review