What is posted on Recovery.gov?
- Agency Plans and Program Reports
- Agency Financial and Activity Reports
- Agency Funding Notification Reports
- Recipient Reported Data
- Inspectors General Plans
- Inspectors General Reports
- Inspectors General Testimony
- Information on Fraud, Waste, and Abuse
- Agency Reports. All Agency reports are published on Recovery.gov as they are submitted. Changes or corrections are not made except, in rare instances, typographical, and spacing errors. All documents must be accessible to the disabled under Section 508 of the Disabilities Act.
- Inspectors General Findings. Headlines and summaries of reports from the Inspectors General’s may be rewritten or edited prior to posting, but the reports themselves will not be changed or corrected.
- Recipient-reported data. Recipients report on their uses of Recovery Act funds through FederalReporting.gov which is a password-protected website for recipient reporting. Recovery.gov posts the data directly from FederalReporting.gov, making no changes or corrections in the data.
- Additional information. Additional information from the Federal Procurement Data System and USASpending may be combined with recipient data in the creation of charts and graphs displayed on Recovery.gov.
- Press Releases. Press releases relating to the Recovery Act and Recovery funding are posted as they are submitted by federal agencies.
- View the full American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
What is not posted on Recovery.gov?
- Political news releases, memos, or videos from the White House, federal agencies, Congress, or states
- Un-sourced reports, information, or data
- Information, data, or figures that may be open to misinterpretation
- Information or data that compromises competition in awarding contracts or grants
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