Maya MacGuineas Testifies at COVID-19 Fiscal Oversight Hearing

To ensure oversight of the trillions of dollars in economic relief authorized to fight the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting economic downturn, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act established a committee made up of federal agency inspectors general to monitor whether funds are handled appropriately.

This group — the Pandemic Response Accountability Committee — held a public hearing on Wednesday, June 3, during which Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget (Committee) president Maya MacGuineas spoke. Her testimony highlighted the work of the Committee’s COVID Money Tracker, a new initiative which is tracking every significant financial action taken by the federal government to address the pandemic. You can read MacGuineas's written testimony here.

The video of the hearing is available below or on YouTube.

To learn more about COVID Money Tracker please visit