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Search Tags: Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board
Clarification requires faster, more detailed data on stimulus spending
At the Executive Leadership Conference in Williamsburg, Ed DeSeve says agencies are finding and fixing most simple errors in Recovery reporting. The special advisor to the Vice President says extra work by agencies will make Recovery data clearer.
Earl Devaney tells FederalNewsRadio Board is committed to transparency, but coordination takes time.
The biggest problem with Recovery.gov can be found, or rather not found, on the site itself.
The head of the Recovery, Accountability and Transparency Board has set October 10 as his deadline to have the recovery.gov web site up and providing citizens with an accounting of where federal stimulus funds are being spent.