Accession Number PB2013-108651
Title Congressionally Chartered Organizations: Key Principles for Leveraging Nonfederal Resources.
Publication Date Jun 2013
Media Count 44p
Personal Author N/A
Abstract Through congressional charters, Congress has created independent organizations which receive support from federal and nonfederal sources. These organizations, known as CCOs, are authorized to receive and retain financial and nonfinancial resources from nonfederal partners to help meet their core mission and goals. In 2012, GAO was directed to study CCOs. To determine whether selected CCOs offer lessons learned to facilitate the leveraging of nonfederal resources, GAO studied (1) factors, if any, that facilitated selected CCOs' ability to partner with the nonfederal sector and (2) key principles to better leverage resources through nonfederal partners. To do this, GAO reviewed relevant federal laws, regulations, and policies; analyzed relevant legal authorities, agency documents, and prior GAO reports; conducted site visits to the four CCOs; and reviewed literature on partnerships. GAO compiled key principles, discussed and validated them with subject matter specialists and the four CCOs, and incorporated their feedback, as appropriate.
Keywords Congress
Congressionally chartered organizations(CCOs)
Finance
Legal aspects
Management planning and control
Nonprofit agencies
Organizations
Policies
Public administration
Regulations
Resources
United States government


 
Source Agency General Accounting Office
NTIS Subject Category 70F - Public Administration & Government
70B - Management Practice
96 - Business & Economics
Corporate Author Government Accountability Office, Washington, DC.
Document Type Technical report
Title Note N/A
NTIS Issue Number 1320
Contract Number N/A

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