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Financial Management

NASA Passes Audit With Flying Colors

By Keith Cowing
NASA Watch
January 15, 2003

15 January 2003: NASA Passes Audit With Flying Colors

Editor’s note: word has it that NASA got a verbal confirmation today that it had passed an audit conducted by PriceWaterhouseCoopers and that it would receive an “unqualified” rating. In other words – acceptable. The formal auditor’s report is due in a few weeks. Quite a turn around from the last audit conducted during Dan Goldin’s tenure – one that NASA flunked.

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Editor’s note: Charts Source: ISS Monthly Program Review, Vol. 127, 6 December 2002

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