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The first step to transparency is a transparent process.
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.
The Chairman of the Recovery, Accountability and Transparency Board tells Federal News Radio that reporting has never been higher and talks about the future of federalreporting.gov in the cloud.
Green technologies put green in the economy as well
Better weather and an earlier Easter enticed Americans to shell out for spring clothes in March, the fourth straight month of gains for retail sales. Certified Financial Planner, Art Stein, looks at other signs of a spring recovery.
A view of the President's recovery effort from the Government Accountability Office (GAO), the independent auditing arm of Congress.
The FDIC expects the cost of bank failures to grow to about $100 billion over the next four years. Amid the struggling economy and rising loan defaults, 120 banks have failed so far this year, costing the insurance fund more than $28 billion.
Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board's Earl Devaney on reporting of federal stimulus funding: "it went fabulous." Now the data makes its way to the federal site designed to shed light on Recovery Act spending.