GAO Calls Four States 'High Risk' on Stimulus
The U.S. Department of Education has identified four states that are at “high risk” for economic-stimulus spending problems, according to a report issued last week by the Government Accountability Office.
California, Illinois, Michigan, and Texas have been singled out for intensive technical assistance by the Education Department to help them implement good practices in using the federal money. The District of Columbia and Puerto Rico also made the department’s list.
This latest report from the investigative arm of Congress examines implementation and accountability issues for a number of agencies and departments involving the $787 billion stimulus law, formally the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. The Education Department oversees about $100...
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