Our Recovery Tracker Database Hits $430 Billion Mark
ProPublica’s Recovery Tracker database traces 320,000 federal stimulus contract, grants and loans by federal agency, state and county.
Nearly two years since the first stimulus dollars entered the economy, ProPublica continues to follow where they’re all going with the latest update of our Recovery Tracker.
This version includes information on $430 billion in stimulus funds awarded through the end of September for more than 320,000 contracts, grants and loans.
Once again, we’ve traced dollars to the county level and provided details for every project. Interested in broader totals? Not a problem. The Tracker allows you to check out trends for federal agencies, sub-agencies or states so you can compare.
Can’t wait for the next batch? Sign up for our data and reporting tools e-mail list. You’ll be the first to know when the next round of Recovery Tracker data comes out.
(Hint: Recovery.gov plans to release data through Dec. 31 at the end of this month, and we hope to make it available online in February.)
Officials have struggled to spend the nearly $800 billion stimulus package quickly and effectively.
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