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P.L. 106-107




  Home >  P.L. 106-107 Grants Streamlining Initiative > Congressional Testimony

Congressional Testimony

The House and Senate committees/subcommittees responsible for overseeing agency implementation of P.L. 106-107 have held hearings at which formal testimony is presented. The testimony may come from senior Federal managers, the Government Accountability Office, organizations representing grant recipients, and others. The following transcripts of congressional testimony are organized by date and testifying official and organization.

Testimony of Linda Springer on April 29, 2003 (.pdf) Provides the testimony of the Honorable Linda M. Springer, Controller, Office of Federal Financial Management Status of Government-wide Efforts to Streamline and Simplify the Administration Federal Grants before the Subcommittee on Technology, Information Policy, Intergovernmental Relations and the Census Committee on Government Reform, U.S. House of Representatives.
Testimony of Dr. Ed Sontag on April 29, 2003 (.pdf) Provides the testimony of Dr. Ed Sontag, Assistant Secretary for Administration and Management, Department of Health and Human Services, before the Subcommittee on Technology and Information Policy, House Committee on Governmental Reform.


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