Paula Rascona: Data Act proves difficult to put into practice

Paula Rascona, director of financial management and assurance issues, GAO.

Congress handed the White House and Treasury a job back in 2014: Establish a new reporting system for agency spending that would make it easier for people to see and anaylze for themselves, how the goverment spends $1 trillion every year. But the Data Act has proved difficult to implement, as documented in two recent studies from the Government Accountability Office. Paula Rascona, director of financial management and assurance issues at the GAO. joins Federal Drive with Tom Temin with more.

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