By Rob Nikolewski │ New Mexico Watchdog
SANTA FE – By law, every organization in New Mexico that receives or spends public funds has to turn in an audit each year.
“If a government is going to spend taxpayer money they should be able to account and submit a full accounting of those activities every year,” State Auditor [...]
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By Ryan Ekvall | Wisconsin Reporter
MADISON – The Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. was created, in part, to shed the encumbrances of the public sector in its mission to help Wisconsin businesses develop and create jobs. The public-private partnership, its creators assured, would be nimble and responsive to business needs, while shedding the skin of government [...]
After overseeing transparency and accountability of the massive $840 billion American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, tracking waste, fraud and abuse in a $60 billion superstorm relief package should be a breeze.Read More →
Hard to believe such an ugly fish could garner so much attention.
But the catfish, that barbell-mouthed bottom feeder (or a facsimile thereof), is caught in an intercontinental battle of industry combatants — a war of words over food safety and government waste.