A Stimulus Cyber Fight
Archived Articles 13 Jul 2009  EWR
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Michael Isikoff | NEWSWEEK

As the political battle over the Obama administration's stimulus plan escalates, Earl Devaney, the veteran inspector general charged with monitoring spending, is moving to establish his independence. Since becoming chair of the Recovery, Accountability and Transparency Board, Devaney has taken down a video of President Barack Obama from recovery.gov, the official Web site set up to track stimulus dollars. He's also mandated that the names of cabinet members not be mentioned—only their departments. "I'm trying to keep myself and the board out of the politics of this thing," he says.

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