The Obama administration launched yet another website to explain one of its new policies—this time it's the new Recovery & Reinvestment Act.
The site is designed to help the average American understand where the money is going, dig into charts and graphs related to the bill, and even share a recovery story to be featured on the site.
There is a neat timeline on the homepage that shows what will be happening in the next few months regarding the new bill. You can look on the map and see how many jobs will be recovered in your state:
Most importantly, you can send feedback to the Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board.
I do like how the Obama websites all kinda look the same and feel comfortable to the user. Each one has simple navigation, and the information is easily accessible. This really is the first transparently techy president.
Check out recovery.gov and tell me what you think. Is it all just a bunch of fluff, or is this actually useful?