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Smartronix Builds Feature for Recovery.gov

Smartronix Builds Feature for Recovery.gov - top government contractors - best government contracting event

Smartronix Builds Feature for Recovery.gov - top government contractors - best government contracting eventThe Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board has launched a new feature called Recovery Explorer, which enables Recovery.gov users to build their own charts and graphs for spending and jobs at the state, congressional, county and city levels.

Smartronix, Inc., the prime contractor on Recovery.gov, worked with the Recovery Board to develop the visualization feature. The feature displays 15 categories, including “Funds Awarded,” “Funds Received,” “Number of Jobs,” “Number of Awards,” “Fiscal Quarter and Year,” and “Awarding Agency,” said Recovery Board Chairman Earl E. Devaney.

“This remarkable new feature allows you to chart data submitted by recipients of Recovery funds in ways that are most important to you,” he said. “Recovery Explorer is easy to navigate. If you want to change what is being displayed on a graph or chart, all you have to do is change the category and a new graph or chart with the information you want will be displayed.”

Recovery Explorer is slated to be released next month as free iPhone and iPad apps that can be downloaded from the Apple iTunes App Store.

The new feature is the latest addition made available by the board so that users easily access information on contracts, grants and loans awarded under the $787 billion Recovery program.

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