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The GAO Review
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Traditionally, GAO has recruited its professional staff from all over the world for assignments in Washington, D.C., and in the regional offices. A recent issue of The GAO Review listed new staff member from the London School of Economic the University of Puerto Rico, and campuses throughout the United States. This diversity of employee affords GAO an ever-broadening per pe live; helps insure objective approach to issues; helps GAO avoid tilted, hackneyed, parochial thinking; and promote creative problemsolving. The selection process, while beneficial to the organization, can create difficulties for the candidate.
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