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It's been one year since Congress passed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Recovery Accountability and Transparency board Executive Director H. Glen Walker gives Federal News Radio insight as to how reporting is going, what more needs to be done, and what 2010 has in store for recovery funds.
A Federal agency is leading the charge against crooks seeking to trick people out of their money by prominently mentioning the word "stimulus" in their scams. A Senate committee makes the effort part of recent oversight hearings on stimulus spending.
One of the most respected federal government watchdogs takes up a new challenge
Obama administration officials told Congress agencies are taking a more aggressive stance than ever in their efforts to cut improper payments. The White House has set a goal of reducing such payments by $50 billion by next fiscal year.
Shawn Kingsberry, CIO for the Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board, explains how the board uses information and technology to keep an eye on your agency's money.
The Recovery Board's Earl Devaney outlines the development of the oversight program for the Recovery Act funds.
Earl Devaney, chairman of Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board, told the DorobekINSIDER about an RATB report that states the current lack of uniformity creates a big roadblock to transparency.
The success the Recovery and Transparency Board is having in tracking how recipients are spending funds has become a national model. Chair Earl Devaney explains how it works.
Work continues at the Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board on the next version of the Recovery.gov website. The head of that board gives a Senate oversight committee a progress report on other efforts to track all that stimulus spending.