Beware of scammers calling you and saying that you are eligible for a government grant but you need to first pay a fee.
The Federal Trade Commission asks the U.S. District Court to shut down phony debt relief scheme.
The Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board will sunset on September 30, 2015 and has decided for its last year not to renew the licensing agreement that allows for the display of certain recipient-related data.
Consumers are advised that the Board is not affiliated with any website offering grants or programs that pay individuals' debts with federal government funds.
With the repeal of quarterly reporting, the Recovery Board is concentrating its efforts on Hurricane Sandy and government-wide spending.
Richard Ginman, chairman of the GATBoard, opens the public meeting to solicit input on ways to improve transparency of federal spending.
The Recovery Board, in collaboration with the Office of Management and Budget, has finalized procedures for changes and corrections to recipients’ reports.
Information about the Board, Hurricane Sandy Relief, and ARRA all in one place.
A variety of databases and highly trained analysts support Inspectors General and law enforcement communities to detect fraud.
Analysts present an in-depth course on proactive approaches and sources to detect and prevent fraud.
Software tools make it easier to search and organize large volumes of text for analysis.
The annual report includes detailed financial statements on how resources have been expended.