Recovery Board Digs Deeper into Stimulus Program

WASHINGTON, Dec. 7, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board has added a new page to Recovery.gov, the government website that displays information on how $840 billion in economic stimulus funds have been spent. The reconciliation page will give users fresh insights into how much stimulus money has been awarded, paid out, and not used under the Recovery program.

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The reconciliation page reflects the status of the Recovery program as of June 30, 2012.  

The status report is designed to answer these questions:

  • How much money did Congress allocate to each of the 28 disbursing agencies under the program?
  • How much money has been awarded?
  • How much money is no longer available to be spent?
  • How much money is left to be awarded?

Find out more on the Recovery Board's new page.

For more information contact:
Edward Pound                                                                                     
Director of Communications
Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board
202-254-7930                                                                                        

Amanda Henderson
Communications Specialist          
Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board
202-254-7986  

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