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Thursday, December 01, 2011

The Man Tracking Federal Stimulus Dollars Will Resign Today

The man in charge of tracking federal stimulus dollars is handing in his resignation to the White House today. The Washington Post is reporting Earl Devaney plans to retire at the end of December after 41 years of service at four federal agencies. Devaney has said he plans to retire to Florida with his wife and plans to look for part-time work as a consultant. Devaney heads the Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board. He leads a team of 50 auditors and investigators that track every single recipient of federal stimulus dollars, looking out for waste, fraud and abuse.

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