FRC – What is an FRC?


FRC= Federal Report Card

The federal government requires each department/agency to provide an annual report
of how they spend OUR money. For the 2008 spending year, the federal
government reports 80% success rate.

However, the PEOPLE have reviewed the reports containing hundreds of thousands  of pages and found some glaring problems with the government’s reports. The most
important is the federal government CANNOT account for trillions of dollars!

The basic premise for the People to provide their own analysis of the federal reports is to clarify or validate the truth. The federal government has a long history of
faking the truth and lying to the American people so we decided to check this
out for ourselves.

In total, $111 Trillion in expenses was evaluated with 16 departments and agencies.  The purpose of this information is to shorten your learning cycle. Every American
should know what their government is spending our money on so we have provided a
short version and you don’t have to read hundreds of thousands of pages.

When you take the time to briefly read these highlights, you will realize where your
money is going AND IT IS TIME FOR CHANGE!

The government is not “transparent” but very complicated. Most of the data is not available even to the department leaders. When you know that trillions of dollars of your money are waste!


Department


Article


PDF (includes charts, tables and
pictures)


Score


Department of Agriculture




http://DOI2.com?p=342




http://DOI2.comwp-content/uploads/deptagriculture.pdf


0%


Department of Commerce




http://DOI2.com?p=350




http://DOI2.comwp-content/uploads/deptcommerce.pdf


90%


Department of Education




http://DOI2.com?p=316




http://DOI2.comwp-content/uploads/depteducation.pdf


29%


Department of Defense




http://DOI2.com?p=376




http://DOI2.comwp-content/uploads/deptdefense.pdf


2%


Department of Energy




http://DOI2.com?p=392




http://DOI2.comwp-content/uploads/deptenergy.pdf


9%


Environmental Protection Agency




http://DOI2.com?p=380




http://DOI2.comwp-content/uploads/deptepa.pdf


0%


Department of Housing




http://DOI2.com?p=363




http://DOI2.comwp-content/uploads/depthousing.pdf


1%


Department of Health and Human Services




http://DOI2.com?p=363




http://DOI2.comwp-content/uploads/depthousing.pdf


0%


Department of Homeland Security




http://DOI2.com?p=359




http://DOI2.comwp-content/uploads/departmentofhomelandSecurity2.pdf


69%


Department of Interior




http://DOI2.com?p=415




http://DOI2.comwp-content/uploads/deptinterior.pdf


9%


Department of Justice




http://DOI2.com?p=421




http://DOI2.comwp-content/uploads/deptjustice.pdf


9%


Department of Labor




http://DOI2.com?p=426




http://DOI2.comwp-content/uploads/deptlabor.pdf


8%

Department of State



http://DOI2.com?p=434



http://DOI2.comwp-content/uploads/deptstate.pdf

0%

Department of Transportation



http://DOI2.com?p=441



http://DOI2.comwp-content/uploads/depttransportation.pdf

0%

Department of Treasury



http://DOI2.com?p=444



http://DOI2.comwp-content/uploads/depttreasury.pdf

13%

Department of Veteran Affairs



http://DOI2.com?p=452



http://DOI2.comwp-content/uploads/deptveterans.pdf

0%

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