The Investigatory Powers of the Comptroller General of the United States


This article examines the statutory responsibility and authority of the Comptroller General to investigate executive action for the purpose of determining whether the legitimacy of his requests for information may be challenged by the executive branch on statutory as well as on constitutional grounds

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