Budget Counsel Reference Directory

Oversight

For the purposes of budget law, the term oversight means the Congressional review of Federal governmental agencies  and in particular how they are administering tghe resources provided to them through Congressional appropriations. Congressional oversight entails maintaining accountability on the part of the President and the agencies he administers to ensure the law, as enacted, is being faithfully executed


References

CRS – Congressional Oversight Manual (RL30240) December 19, 2014

CRS – Congressional Oversight Manual (RL30240) May 1, 2007

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