GSA Accountability Reporting Earns Highest Honor, CEAR Award
GSA # 10484
April 7, 2008
Contact: Diane Merriett, (202) 501-1231
WASHINGTON – The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) is the recipient of the Association of Government Accountants’ (AGA) prestigious 2007 Certificate of Excellence in Accountability Reporting (CEAR), the agency today announced.
AGA’s Certificate of Excellence is the highest form of recognition in federal government management reporting and recognizes outstanding accountability reporting. The award acknowledges GSA’s hard work and its preparation of an excellent 2007 Performance and Accountability Report (PAR).
“This is a tremendous honor for GSA,” said Administrator Lurita Doan. “Accountability and transparency in operations are two of GSA’s core values and integral to our business success. This achievement further demonstrates to our customers that we are committed to handling their funding with care and attention to detail.”
The AGA award program cited GSA’s PAR as not only informative and concise, but unlike many documents of its type, inviting to persons without a financial background.
GSA will receive its Certificate of Excellence in Accountability Reporting at an award ceremony held Wednesday evening, May 21, 2008 at the National Press Club.
GSA provides a centralized delivery system of products and services to thefederal government, leveraging its enormous buying power to get the best value for taxpayers.
Founded in 1949, GSA manages more than one-fourth of the government’s total procurement dollars and influences the management of $500 billion in federal assets, including 8,600 government-owned or leased buildings and 208,000 vehicles.
GSA helps preserve our past and define our future, as a steward of more than 425 historic properties, and as manager of USA.gov, the official portal to federal government information and services.
- GSA’s mission to provide superior workplaces, expert technology solutions, acquisition services, purchasing and E-Gov travel solutions and management policies, at best value, allows federal agencies to focus on their core missions.