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What is Recovery.gov?

The site, created by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, displays information about the Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board's activities, as well as data related to the $840 billion stimulus bill and information about the distribution and spending of Hurricane Sandy funds. 

 

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Update: Scammers Claim the Board Will Pay Your Bills

Update: Scammers Claim the Board Will Pay Your Bills

The Federal Trade Commission asks the U.S. District Court to shut down phony debt relief scheme.
Some Recipient Data Being Removed

Some Recipient Data Being Removed

The Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board will sunset on September 30, 2015 and has decided for its last year not to renew the licensing agreement that allows for the display of certain recipient-related data.
Scammers Claim Board Supports Program to Pay Bills

Scammers Claim Board Supports Program to Pay Bills

Consumers are advised that the Board is not affiliated with any website offering grants or programs that pay individuals' debts with federal government funds.
Final Data on Recovery Awards Posted

Final Data on Recovery Awards Posted

With the repeal of quarterly reporting, the Recovery Board is concentrating its efforts on Hurricane Sandy and government-wide spending.
Providing More Transparency of Federal Spending

Providing More Transparency of Federal Spending

Richard Ginman, chairman of the GATBoard, opens the public meeting to solicit input on ways to improve transparency of federal spending.
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The Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board provides oversight of federal funds, including those distributed under ARRA and the Disaster Relief Appropriations Act of 2013 to aid victims of Hurricane Sandy. Learn more...