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One of the biggest complaints about the federal economic stimulus bill signed into law by President Obama a year ago was that it burdened states with onerous financial reporting requirements to account for spending on local stimulus projects. But now, in an exclusive interview with Federal News Radio, the Comptroller for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts has kudos for federal officials who are working with states to track stimulus spending.
The reviews are starting to roll in for the government's stimulus program.
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar tells Federal News Radio in an exclusive interview that his department will play a key role in creating jobs and developing new sources of energy in America.
How agencies can be sure the information is correct.
An early progress report on President Barack Obama's economic recovery plan overstates by thousands the number of jobs created or saved through the stimulus program, a mistake that White House officials promise will be corrected in future reports.
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Washington Management Group
February 24th & March 3rd, 2009
Taking steps to make sure everyone is counted.
Pressing the Obama White House on accountability and openness
Are you thrilled at the prospect of getting a $250 economic stimulus check this May? Welcome to the club! Are you confused about how it will work? Again, welcome to the club.