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Stimulus Package Project Breakdown

Stimulus Package Project Breakdown

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Published by Daniel Ballard
Spreadsheet showing the 2009 Stimulus Package funding by category of project
Spreadsheet showing the 2009 Stimulus Package funding by category of project

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Published by: Daniel Ballard on Mar 12, 2009
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The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009: FUNDING BREAKDOWN - As of 03.05.2009
Total Federal Stimulus Package: $787 BillionCalifornia's Estimated Share: $26,583,217
Large Pots of Money Nationwide: Funding SourcesStill to be IdentifiedAmount (in billions)
Health Information Technology$20.80Heath Insurance$25.10Assistance To Unemployed Families$57.20Tax Provision$73.80Medicad$90Health, Labor and Education$71.20Housing and Transportation$61.10State Stabilization Fund$54Energy and Water$50.80Agriculture, Nutrition and Rural Development$26.40Commerce Justice and Science$15.80Defense/Homeland Security$11.40Environment, Interior$10.50Federal Facilities$6.70State Department$0.60
IDENTIFIED "SUB-POTS" OF MONEY:
Program/Grant Title Total Funding AvailableOverviewOther FactorsDistribution of Funding
Community Development Block Grant
$1.0 BillionCDBG funds may be used to provide affordable housing, services, and jobs for the mostvulnerable in our communities. Generally, appropriations are allocated to states and local jurisdictions. Entitlement communities are comprised of central cities of metropolitanstatistical areas; metropolitan cities with populations of at least 50,000; and qualified urbancounties with a population of 200,000 or more (excluding the populations of entitlementcities). States distribute CDBG funds to non-entitlement localities not qualified asentitlement communities. HUD determines the amount of each grant by using a formulacomprised of several measures of community need, including the extent of poverty,population, housing overcrowding, age of housing, and population growth lag in relationshipto other metropolitan areas. Not less than 70 percent of CDBG funds must be used foractivities that benefit low- and moderate-income persons. In addition, each activity mustmeet one of the following objectives: benefit low- and moderate-income persons,prevention or elimination of slums or blight, orFunds will remain available September 30, 2009. Recipients must give priorityto contracts based on bids within 120 days from the date the funds are madeavailable to the recipient. Funds must supplement other funding sources, notsupplant. The HUD Secretary will establish requirements to expedite use of funds.Funds will be distributed under the same CDBG formulaused in 2008. (See 42 U.S.C. § 5301 et seq.)

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