Spending transparency in your state

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The movement pushing for state governments to post their spending online achieved its first major victory when President George W. Bush signed the Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act (S. 2590) into law in September 2006. Sponsored by Senators Tom Coburn and Barack Obama, this bipartisan legislation required that federal grant and contract funding data appear online in a searchable database.[1]

For the new administration, OMB Watch has produced suggestions to increase transparency and government openness. Read the report by clicking here. (dead link)[2]

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