WASHINGTON, D.C. (WUSA) -- After identifying $30 million in unreported 2011 General Services Administration bonuses and $8 million in overtime, 9 Wants to Know is publishing the entire database online to continue combing through the 13,710 payroll records by crowdsourcing.

Crowdsourcing gives the public access to data collected by journalists, speeding analysis and adding diversity to context.

The WUSA9 payroll database allows users to report their own findings after searching individual workers byname, payrolls of entire GSA locations, and sorting through the agency'ssalaries, overtime costs, unused leave pay, and bonuses paid.

Watch the attached video for a tutorial on how to search the GSAfiscal year 2011 payroll records obtained by 9 Wants to Know through aFreedom of Information Act request, and click the link below to accessthe database.

Click here to search the GSA payroll database obtained by WUSA9: http://www.wusa9.com/news/database/

Please comment below with your observation or e-mail tips@wusa9.com.

The payroll information displays individual payroll earnings not reported in a database released earlier this year by the Office of Personnel Management.

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Click the following links for key findings in our investigation so far:

--30 Million in Unreported GSA Bonuses Uncovered By WUSA9 Investigation

The U.S. Government won't explain, but a 9 News Now investigation has found $30 million in unreported bonuses for fiscal year 2011 - making the already troubled General Services Administration's total bonus pool nearly $44 million.

--GSA $200K Top Ten List Shows Paychecks Higher Than Vice President, Individual Overtime Over $100K

A WUSA9 top ten list of General Service Administration earnings shows some workers earning paychecks larger than the vice president and an electrician supervisor earning more than the highest paid members of Congress.

--GSA Can't Answer Hearing Questions On $30 Million Unreported Bonuses

A GSA official testifying Wednesday before a Congressional probe into $30 million bonus dollars exposed by WUSA9 said she couldn't answer questions about bonuses.

--GSA Death List Bonuses And $26 Million Bonus Pool

A 9 Wants to Know investigation has identified a history at the General Services Administration of paying high dollar bonuses to senior leaders despite their links to wrongdoing identified by Inspector General investigations.

--GSA Bonuses Not Reported In Federal Worker Database

A 9 News Now investigation has identified 67 bonuses of about $10,000 apiece to senior General Services Administration officials, including five with links to the agency's Las Vegas scandal.

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