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For many managers, four words add up to fear: the General Accounting Office. But GAO auditors see their work as helping agencies get systems projects right.

What's the view at your agency? How would you advise a colleague to prepare for a GAO audit?

To share your thoughts and read those of your colleagues, go to www.gcn.com and click under the Readers Speak asks: link along the right side of the home page.

We'll also print the most intriguing responses in the next issue of GCN in the Logging Off section.

Readers whose comments appear in the publication will receive a GCN commuter mug and a coffee gift certificate.

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