Success in stimulus spending is measured primarily by more jobs and less fraud. But while easily quantifiable, these criteria don't help recipients show taxpayers the long-term benefits of their $787-billion investment.
Folks on the coasts like to sneer at the Midwest, but I should know better. I've lived in Illinois all my life. (And, no, I'm not going to reveal how many years that's been!)
A data manager explains why experience trumps cheap labor during asset inventories.
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