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The following Department of Defense reports may be of assistance to voluntary education program service providers in the military. These reports are in Adobe Acrobat PDF format and require Acrobat Reader 4.0 or later. Acrobat Reader can be downloaded from the Adobe Acrobat Reader website at no charge.

United States Government Accountability Office (GAO) Report to the Subcommittee on Economic Opportunity, Committe on Veteran's Affairs, House of Representatives. "Veterans Affairs: Improved Planning Needed to Guide Development and Implementation of Education Benefits System," July 2007.

United States GAO Report to Ranking Minority Member, committee on Veterans' Affairs, US Senate. "VA Student Financial Aid: Management Actions Needed to Reduce Overlap in Approving Education and Training Programs and to Assess State Approving Agencies," March 2007

United States GAO Report to Congressional Committees. "Troops-to-Teachers: Program Brings More Men and Minorities to the Teaching Workforce, but Education Could Improve Management to Enhance Results," March 2006.

Harrell, Margaret C., Nelson Lim, Laura W. Castaneda, and Daniela Golinelli. " Working around the Military: Challenges to Military Spouse Employment and Education," Santa Monica: RAND Corporation, 2004.

United States GAO Report to Ranking Minority Member, Committee on Veterans' Affairs, US Senate. "Veterans' Education Benefits: Comparison of Federal Assistance Awarded to Veteran and Nonveteran," February 2002

Buddin, Richard, Kapur, Kanika. "Tuition Assistance Usage and First-Term Military Retention," Santa Monica: RAND Corporation, 2002.


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