New Taxpayer Database Excludes Unclassified Defense Intelligence Contracts

By Dan Dupont / December 17, 2007 at 5:00 AM
A new database of government contracting information, designed to give U.S. citizens a clearer picture of how tax dollars are spent, will not include data on unclassified contracts handed out by the defense intelligence agencies, according to documents and sources., unveiled this month, is a congressionally mandated clearinghouse of information on "various types of contracts, grants, loans, and other types of spending in our government," the Web site states. "The ability to look at contracts, grants, loans, and other...

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