After President Obama signed the massive $789 billion stimulus package into law, the White House has followed through with its promise to promote transparency and include voters in the spending process.
Joining a bunch of independent efforts to monitor spending the officially sanctioned Recovery.gov is designed to track authorized expenditure from multiple agencies on transportation infrastructure, broadband deployment, science, education and targeted tax relief.
“Instead of politicians doling out money behind closed doors,” the President explains in a video address, “the important decisions about where taxpayer dollars are invested will be yours to scrutinize.”
The site’s FAQs promise data will eventually be available in an exportable format such as XML, conceivably enabling third-party developers to produce their own mashups and gadgets.
As funds have yet to be allocated, there’s not much to peruse here yet. But the site is already accepting user-generated content via a “Share Your Story” page.
Spot on with this write-up, I honestly think this website needs much more attention. I’ll probably be back again to read through
more, thanks for the info!
Do you have any video of that? I’d care to find out more details.
Postawiłem mój sklep na serwerze od Wybrałem, bo mieli najtaniej w danej chwili,
zależało mi na niskiej cenie, bałem się że jednak będą problemy, no i problemów nie było, sklep działa mi bez żadnych problemów technicznych.
Skilled uses denotes the armed companies using drones of distinct sizes for numerous functions like, hovering over an space to chart pictures, to spy over enemy lands
or to bomb out targets.
Oh my goodness! Amazing article dude! Thank you, However I am encountering
difficulties with your RSS. I don’t understand why I can’t join it.
Is there anyone else having similar RSS problems? Anyone who knows
the answer can you kindly respond? Thanx!!