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The most interesting thing about this website is the ability to view recovery information by the zip code of your neighborhood. Doing this will present a map of your neighborhood with icons indicating how money has been spent. The goal of providing this information is to foster transparency and honesty. A second primary purpose of this website allows for the reporting of potential fraud, waste and abuse. Methods of reporting can be done electronically, via telephone, by fax, or by written letter. You are strongly protected in the case of whistle-blowing. The most interesting thing about this website is the ability to view recovery information by the zip code of your neighborhood. Doing this will present a map of your neighborhood with icons indicating how money has been spent. The goal of providing this information is to foster transparency and honesty. A second primary purpose of this website allows for the reporting of potential fraud, waste and abuse. Methods of reporting can be done electronically, via telephone, by fax, or by written letter. You are strongly protected in the case of whistle-blowing.
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 +===Recovery.gov Status July 2018===
 +Though it’s no longer possible to access the website for the Recovery Act some “big picture” data is available. For example, the overall cost of the program, originally projected to be $787 billion, ended up being closer to $831 billion. It’s hard to say what the overall impact of the program has been as politics creeps into efforts to objectively assess the program. Though it had many shortcomings it is probably safe to say that unemployment was lower in 2010 that would have been were it not for the Recovery Act. For some more detailed information about where money was spent and what opportunities still remain available you can learn more in our article about the [[domain_discuss:fbo.gov|Federal Business Opportunities]] website.
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{{  :domain_discuss:recovery-gov.png?319x244|Recovery.gov Map of Funding}} {{  :domain_discuss:recovery-gov.png?319x244|Recovery.gov Map of Funding}}
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