Principles of Federal Appropriations Law
Publisher: GAO 2013
Number of pages: 2784
The Principles of Federal Appropriations Law, commonly referred to as the Red Book, is a multi-volume treatise published by GAO concerning federal fiscal law. The publication provides text discussion with reference to specific legal authorities to illustrate the principles discussed, their application, and exceptions. The legal authorities include GAO decisions and opinions, judicial decisions, statutory provisions, and other relevant sources.
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