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From today’s paper:

While the Obama Administration struggles to figure out how it will track federal stimulus dollars down to the local level a private sector company is already doing it in real-time speed.

Onvia, a Seattle-based company that employs roughly 200 people, has created a free application that allows the public to search what Obama’s $787 billion stimulus is paying for on their websites, recovery.com and recovery.org.

Meanwhile, the administration’s spending site, www.recovery.gov, merely offers a series of press releases and links to other government agencies, prompting complaints from several lawmakers.

Can’t wait for the Feds to open a site called, “MyHealth.gov” or something like that … or to take over the collection of electronic medical records … will the government doctors even know you are dead? And we are PAYING for this.

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