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Senator questions progress on federal spending Web site

Senator questions progress on federal spending Web site, By Gautham Nagesh, NextGov, 09/11/08.

Law requires the Office of Management and Budget to maintain a site (USAspending.gov) listing organizations that receive more than $25,000 in federal funds.

The law requires agencies to submit every 30 days a report listing the groups issued grants and the amount of the grant. USASpending.gov’s data quality page shows, however, that some agencies, including the Homeland Security, Labor, Transportation and Veterans Affairs departments have not updated grant information since last year.

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