GAO (Government Accountability Office) is the investigative arm of the United States Congress charged with examining matters relating to the receipt and payment of public funds.
BAD CREDIT is a term used to describe a poor credit rating. Common practices that can damage a credit rating include making late payments, skipping payments, exceeding credit card limits or declaring bankruptcy. Bad credit can result in being denied credit.
REASONABLENESS TEST is where the expected value is determined by reference to data partly or wholly independent of the accounting information system, and for that reason, evidence obtained through the application of such a test may be more reliable than evidence gathered using other analytical procedures.
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