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Pennsylvania has submitted 1,000 stimulus reports to feds

Since October, Pennsylvania has submitted 1,000 stimulus reports to the federal government and has been a leader among state governments in reporting data about its $12 million in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds, Government Technology reports. An interview with state Secretary of Administration Naomi Wyatt reveals that software for procurement, financials and budget, provided […]

Since October, Pennsylvania has submitted 1,000 stimulus reports to the federal government and has been a leader among state governments in reporting data about its $12 million in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds, Government Technology reports.
An interview with state Secretary of Administration Naomi Wyatt reveals that software for procurement, financials and budget, provided by SAP since 2002, has helped the state submit reports. The software provider’s BusinessObjects suite also has aided in more substantial and detailed reporting, which delves deep into the state’s 19 agencies and 3,500 vendors, grantees and subgrantees.
Be sure to read the entire interview with Wyatt over at GovTech.

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