SUBCHAPTER II—ACCOUNTING REQUIREMENTS, SYSTEMS, AND INFORMATION
Prescribing accounting requirements and developing accounting systems.
Executive agency accounting and other financial management reports and plans.
Financial reporting and accounting system.
Discontinuing certain accounts maintained by the Comptroller General.
Financial statements of agencies.
SUBCHAPTER III—AUDITING AND SETTLING ACCOUNTS
Audits by agencies.
Making and submitting accounts.
General audit authority of the Comptroller General.
Auditing expenditures approved without vouchers.
Auditing nonappropriated fund activities.
Settlement of accounts.
General authority to relieve accountable officials and agents from liability.
Responsibilities and relief from liability of certifying officials.
Requests for decisions of the Comptroller General.
Notification of account deficiencies.
Carrying out distress warrants.
Postponing a distress warrant proceeding.
Rights and remedies of the United States Government reserved.
Civil action to recover money.
SUBCHAPTER V—PROCUREMENT PROTEST SYSTEM
Protests by interested parties concerning procurement actions.
Review of protests; effect on contracts pending decision.
Decisions on protests.
Regulations; authority of Comptroller General to verify assertions.
Nonexclusivity of remedies; matters included in agency record.
Expedited action in protests of public-private competitions.
SUBCHAPTER VI—RECOVERY AUDITS 
Disposition of recovered funds.[3563 to 3567. Repealed.].
2010—Pub. L. 111–204, § 2(h)(6)(B)(i),July 22, 2010, 124 Stat. 2231, struck out subchapter VI heading “RECOVERY AUDITS” and items 3561 “Identification of errors made by executive agencies in payments to contractors and recovery of amounts erroneously paid”, 3562 “Disposition of recovered funds”, 3563 “Sources of recovery services”, 3564 “Management improvement programs”, 3565 “Relationship to authority of Inspectors General”, 3566 “Privacy protections”, and 3567 “Definition of executive agency”.
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