OIG critical of NASA book keeping

20 May 2004: NASA's bookkeeping system still won't fly, Orlando Sentinel

"Nearly 2 1/2 years after NASA chief Sean O'Keefe vowed to straighten up the agency's bookkeeping, the effort continues to struggle. "It may be years before NASA can get a clean audit," said Robert Cobb, the agency's inspector general, during a hearing Wednesday of a subcommittee of the House Government Reform Committee."

19 May 2004: NASA systems: Houston, we have a problem, GCN News

"NASA's has bungled its $982.7 million enterprise resource planning system project in a way that caused the agency to lose track of $2 billion in its Treasury Department account and forced it to adjust its books, witnesses told a House committee this afternoon."

19 May 2004: Mission Impossible? Fixing NASA's Financial Management, House Government Reform Committee

"The Government Reform Subcommittee on Efficiency and Financial Management will hold an oversight hearing to look at problems with financial management at NASA, where recent audits have revealed serious problems."

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