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Earl Devaney said he is stepping down as the head of the Recovery Board, created to oversee spending under the $787 billion stimulus fund program.
Nancy Gunderson, deputy assistant secretary for grants, acquisition policy and accountability at Health and Human Services, talks about the challenges her agency faces in contracting.
Ed DeSeve was the Special Advisor to the President for Recovery Implementation and is now the President of the Global Public Leadership Institute. He writes about the lessons learned in a new report by the IBM Center for the Business of Government.
The Recovery Board and the National Academy of Public Administration want your ideas on how to prevent waste, fraud, and abuse of Recovery Act funds.
The extension of the tax cuts signed into law recently by President Obama include a few money-savings for voters.
What keeps you up at night? Is it the tremendous pressure to spend your agency's stimulus funds fast? Most agencies with the largest Recovery Act budgets have spent 10 percent or less to date. The demand to complete acquisition in record time is daunting. Keeping acquisitions on track and on-schedule is critical. At the same time, agencies must also do so properly, within the law and without cutting corners or sacrificing integrity or accountability. That's the challenge. Recovery.org is the official government site for reporting projections on how, when, and where the recovery funds will be spent. The list to the left (under links)highlights the Agencies with spending commitments of over $1M and their associated pay-out rates as of April 23, 2009.
The Federal Acquisition Spotlight, provided by Noblis.
WFED's Jason Miller has more.
The Office of Personnel Management will host an interagency meeting of human resource managers to discuss potential approaches to ensuring agencies have enough resources to implement the Recovery Act.
DoD, Justice, Energy, HUD among largest agencies to receive applications through alternative systems.