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The Partnership for Public Service gives us their insights.
Your agency is feeling the pressure to make sure available data is accurate. Informatica's Ramesh Menon has some ideas to keep your data clean.
Federal News Radio checks in with Tom Trabucco, Director of External Affairs for the Federal Retirement Thrift Investments Board, who says October was a bit disappointing, but November was anything but. Also, prepare for the end of the 2010 L fund.
Jerry Brito is creator of the site and explains what this means.
Tags: technology , StimulusWatch.org , Recovery.gov , Jerry Brito , Mercatus Center at George Mason University , Earl Devaney , Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board , Gov 2.0 , Web 2.0 , stimulus , Dorothy Ramienski
Data being released on Recovery.gov, but one expert says there's not much "there" there.
A new survey from Deloitte Financial Services asks the business community for their feedback on the potential for fraud in the government's $787 billion dollar Stimulus plan.
Recovery Board Chairman Earl Devaney tells FederalNewsRadio that agencies should be embarrassed by some of the data on Recovery.gov and why that's a good thing.
The reviews are starting to roll in for the government's stimulus program.