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The third edition of Volume I of GAO's Principles of Federal Appropriations Law is being prepared for publication by the Government Printing Office (GPO). Government departments, agencies, and other federal organizations that normally require more than one copy must request them through their agencies' account representatives in order to receive the pre-publication rate.
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The General Accounting Office (GAO) will shortly publish Volume I of Principles of Federal Appropriations Law, third edition—also know as “The Red Book.” This publication is part of a multi-volume set intended to present a basic reference work covering those areas of law in which the Comptroller General renders decisions. Our approach is to lay a foundation with text discussion, using specific legal authorities to illustrate the principles discussed, their application, and exceptions. These authorities include GAO decisions and opinions, judicial decisions, statutory provisions, and other relevant sources.
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As with the second edition of Principles, we are publishing the third edition in loose-leaf format. We plan four volumes with annual updates. The updates will only be published electronically. Users should retain copies of their five volumes of the second edition until each volume is revised. We will not revise Volume III of the second edition, which we issued in November 1994. Volume III addresses functions that the GAO Act of 1996 transferred to the Executive Branch.Start Signature
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