Aug 05, 2020

Transparency on Government Spending Fails By An Astonishing $619 Billion

Transparency on Government Spending Fails By An Astonishing $619 Billion Seven years ago, the Office of Management and Budget launched to let the public easily track how their tax dollars were spent on contracts, grants, loans and other spending. It was supposed to be a big win for open government. [...]

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