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FCW : March 15, 2013
is on your side Naba Barkakati Federal workers usually dread an inquiry from the Govern- ment Accountability Of ce. After all, GAO reports often make negative headlines by calling attention to shortcom- ings in government systems and programs. GAO Chief Technologist Naba Barkakati wants to dispel that notion of a GAO audit as a procedure to be dreaded and endured, the bureaucratic version of a root canal. He prefers to view a GAO inquiry as an opportunity to call attention to the improvements and changes of cials would like to see in their agencies. "The mistake agencies typically make is because of too much pride...thinking they have to defend their project," Barkakati said in a recent interview with FCW. "Without drawing blame to yourself, if you can identify the prob- GAO s chief technologist brings a blend of technical know-how and exibility to audits BY KATHERINE REYNOLDS LEWIS 22 March 15, 2013 FCW.COM ZAID HAMID
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