As the Comptroller General explained in The Honorable Bill Alexander, Comptroller General Opinion B-213137 (63 Comp Gen 422 , revised in 1986), the necessary expense rule requires that any expense must be for a particular statutory purpose, or necessary and incident to proper execution of the general purpose of the appropriation; must not be prohibited by law; and must not otherwise be provided for by some other appropriation.
What does CGO stand for?
CGO stands for Comptroller General Opinion
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 45 other meanings of CGO in our Acronym Attic
- Claude Gasnal Organisation (French event communication agency; est. 1995)
- Club Gymnique de l'Ouest (French nudist organization)
- Coastguard Officer
- Code Generation and Optimization
- Cogeco Inc (stock symbol)
- Coker Gas Oil
- Compagnie Générale de l'Or (French: General Gold Company)
- Company Grade Officer
- Comptabilité et Gestion des Organisation (French: Accounting and Management Organization)
- Comptabilité Gestion Océan (French accounting association)
- Computer-Generated Ordering
- Connecticut Grand Opera (est. 1993)
- CyberGamer Open (gaming)
- Zhengzhou, China (Airport Code)
- Coastguard Officer grade 1 (obsolete)
- Centraal Georganiseerd Overleg in Ambtenarenzaken (Netherlands)
- Central Gulf of Alaska
- Classic Glastron Owners Association
- Club Grand Ouest Aviation
- Clubs & Gyms in Oxford & Abingdon (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Volume I, Chapter 4, Availability of Appropriations: Purpose, provides a comprehensive examination of the Purpose rules, and application of those principles to specific categories of expenditures, incorporating all relevant Comptroller General opinions and other authorities.
personnel The previously cited Comptroller General opinion considered the issue of providing certain types of training to the Honduran armed forces.