New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine last week designated two officials to oversee the execution and implementation of $10.2 billion of funds the state will receive in the federal stimulus bill.

Chief of staff Ed McBride and state Comptroller Matt Boxer will lead a group set to monitor the incoming funds and how they are used. Along with the $10.2 billion, New Jersey taxpayers will gain $7.2 billion in tax cuts from the stimulus plan.

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