Spokesman Ed Pound says the website, dubbed "Recovery 2.0," will be a "highly functional" website and rejects any suggestion that the government may be overpaying. Meanwhile, the Washington Examiner reports that similar government websites have been developed in the past for significantly less money, costing as little as $10,000.
In summary, American taxpayers are being tapped to pay $18 million dollars for a website that already exists; a website created to report on how the government is spending our money. Oh, the irony!
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