FACT SHEET | March 24, 2009

American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 Implementation and Accountability Resources

On February 13, 2009, by a supermajority vote of 60, the Senatesent the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the Obama Administration for signature into law. This urgently-needed legislation requested by President Obama will create and protect 3.5 million jobs for American workers and begin to put the nation's economy back on track. We are confronting the most severe economic problems in generations as millions of Americans are struggling. That's why the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 will create good-paying jobs; make investments in America's future; and cut taxes for working families. Our plan also delivers transparency and accountability to guarantee that all taxpayer money is invested responsibly.

The following provides informational resources on the implementation of the Act, state-specific data, and accountability measures in place. This is organized by U.S. Senate, White House, federal agency, and state sites.


United States Senate

Democratic Policy Committee

Senator Harry Reid

Senator Jeff Merkley

Senator Ron Wyden

Senator Chris Dodd


The White House



Agency for International Development (USAID)

Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS)

Department of Agriculture (USDA)

Department of Commerce (DOC)

Department of Defense (DOD)


Department of Education (ED)

Department of Energy (DOE)

Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)

Department of Homeland Security (DHS)

Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)

Department of Justice (DOJ)

Department of Labor (DOL)

Department of State (DOS)

Department of the Interior (DOI)

Department of Transportation (DOT)

Department of Treasury (TREAS)

Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

General Services Administration (GSA)

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

National Endowment for the Arts (NEA)

National Science Foundation (NSF)

Small Business Administration (SBA)

Smithsonian Institution (SI)

Social Security Administration (SSA)


Alabama - Recovery Site

Alaska - Recovery Site
Alaskan Clearinghouse

American Samoa - Recovery Site

Arizona - Recovery Site

Arkansas - Recovery Site

California - Recovery Site

Colorado - Recovery Site

Connecticut - Recovery Site

Delaware - Recovery Site

Washington, D.C. - Recovery Site

Washington, D.C. - Transparency Site

Florida - Recovery Site

Georgia - Recovery Site

Georgia - Transparency Site

Guam - Recovery Site

Hawaii - Recovery Site

Idaho - Recovery Site

Illinois - Recovery Site

Illinois - Contracts Site

Illinois - Expenditures Site

Indiana - Recovery Site

Indiana - Transparency Site

Iowa - Recovery Site

Kansas - Recovery Site

Kansas - Transparency Site

Kentucky - Recovery Site

Kentucky - Contracts Database

Kentucky - Budget Site

Louisiana - Recovery Site

Louisiana - Transparency Site

Maine - Recovery Site

Maryland - Recovery Site

Maryland - Transparency Site

Massachusetts - Recovery Site

Michigan - Recovery Site

Minnesota - Recovery Site


Mississippi - Recovery Site

Missouri - Recovery Site

Missouri - Transparency Site

Montana - Recovery Site

Nebraska - Recovery Site

Nebraska - Transparency Site

Nevada - Recovery Site

Nevada - Transparency Site

New Hampshire - Recovery Site

New Hampshire - Transparency Site

New Jersey - Recovery Site

New Mexico - Recovery Site

New York - Recovery Site

New York - Transparency Site

North Carolina - Recovery Site

North Carolina - Transparency Site

Ohio - Recovery Site

Oklahoma - Recovery Site
Oklahoma - Transparency Site

Oregon - Recovery Site

Pennsylvania - Recovery Site

Pennsylvania - Grants Site

Pennsylvania - Contracts Site

Rhode Island- Recovery Site

Rhode Island- Transparency Site

South Carolina- Recovery Site
South Carolina- Transparency Site

South Dakota- Recovery Site
South Dakota- Transparency Site

Tennessee - Recovery Site

Texas - Recovery Site

Texas- Transparency Site

Utah - Recovery Site

Vermont - Recovery Site

Virginia- Recovery Site

Virginia- Transparency Site

Washington- Recovery Site

Washington- Transparency Site

West Virginia - Recovery Site

West Virginia- Transparency Site

Wisconsin - Recovery Site

Wyoming - Recovery Site

Additional Materials:

Making Work Pay: Relief for America's Working Families (4/1/09)




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