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Federal Data Transparency: Opportunities Remain to Incorporate Lessons Learned as Availability of Spending Data Increases
Stanley J. Czerwinski (au)
The federal government spends more than $3.7 trillion annually, with more than $1 trillion awarded through contracts, grants, and loans. Improving transparency of spending is essential to improve accountability. Recent federal laws have required increased public information on federal awards and spending. This report reviewed current efforts to improve transparency. It examines (1) transparency efforts under way and (2) the extent to which new initiatives address lessons learned from the Recovery Act. It found that several federal entities, including the Government Accountability and Transparency Board (GAT Board), the Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board, and the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), have initiatives under way to improve the accuracy and availability of federal spending data. Includes recommendations. Table and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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