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Firearms Controls Federal Agencies Have Firearms Controls, But Could Strengthen Controls in Key Areas

By General Accounting Office


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Government Accountability Integrity Reliability Office Collection

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Excerpt: GAO found that all 18 federal agencies reviewed, which accounted for over 95 percent of federal officers and agents authorized to carry firearms, had policies and procedures for controlling and safeguarding firearms that were consistent with federal internal control standards and related criteria. However, agencies could strengthen their controls in key areas that have been consistently recognized as important for effective inventory management. These areas include -- recording and tracking firearms inventory data; -- maintaining, controlling, and accounting for firearms inventories; -- ensuring personal and supervisory accountability for firearms; and -- requiring investigations, and discipline when deemed appropriate, for individuals determined not to have followed firearms accountability procedures.

 

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