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GAO - Investigators' Guide to Sources of Information (April 1997)

GAO - Investigators' Guide to Sources of Information (April 1997)

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United StatesGeneral Accounting Office Washington, D.C. 20548Office of Special Investigations
 April 1997This 1997 Investigators’ Guide to Sources of Information is published as aservice to the investigative community by
’s Office of SpecialInvestigations. It is intended to be a useful investigative tool for identifyingsources of information about people, property, business, and finance. This year’s guide is organized so that all of the information about a singlesource is located in a single definitive category. An index has been addedto locate sources of information about a topic that may be discussed inone or more places in the guide. Finally, to make the guide useful in anincreasingly electronic environment, we have added Internet addresseswherever possible and a chapter on how to use the Internet to gatherinformation valuable to the investigative process. Additionally, for the first time, this year’s guide will be accessibleelectronically from
’s home page ( http://www.gao.gov ) by firstselecting “Special Publications and Software” and then “Investigators’Guide to Sources of Information(
).” From this screen, certainsections of the report are interactive, enabling the investigator to initiatenational and international links to a wide range of organizations. Theselinks can be established by “clicking on” either an underlined andhighlighted agency name or a specific Internet address in the guide.The information provided in this guide is current as of the date of  publication. As with the two previous editions of the guide, we request your assistance in updating and improving the guide periodically. Pleasesubmit any updates or suggestions on how the guide can better meet users’needs directly to us by
at soiguide.osi@gao.gov or by fax at(202) 371-2442. You may also write to us at the Office of SpecialInvestigations, U.S. General Accounting Office, 441 G Street, N.W.,Washington, D.C. 20548.Donald J. Wheeler Acting Director
GAO/OSI-97-2 Investigators’ Guide to Sources of InformationPage 1

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