The Treasury Department’s online federal spending tracker might still have some kinks by May 2017, by which time the department is expected to unveil a final version.
During a keynote speech at AFCEA Bethesda on Thursday, Christina Ho, Treasury’s deputy assistant secretary for accounting policy and financial transparency, said she didn’t know “exactly what the outcome will be” for the USASpending.gov revamp. A beta version of the site, which launched early last month, still faces challenges, she said. Treasury is still collecting public feedback and reviews.
“We will get there even if we don’t do all the things that we thought we [could] do by May 2017,” she said. “I can guarantee you where we will be in May 2017 is going to be a lot better than what we have been able to do.”
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