Major Actions Taken to Date
The Department of Defense (DoD) has cumulative obligations for the Recovery Act funds of $6,977.5M, which is 98.3% of appropriated DoD Recovery Act funds for the month ending May 31, 2013. This includes $4,001.1M for the Facilities Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization (FSRM) program, to include $.3M in de-obligations; $2,013.3M for the Military Construction (MILCON) program which had new obligations of $.3M; $115.3M for the Energy Conservation Investment (ECIP) Program; $292.8M for the Near Term Energy-Efficient Technologies (NTEET) program, to include $4.2M in de-obligations; and $555.0M for the Homeowner's Assistance Program (HAP). On August 10, 2010, Congress rescinded $260.5M of Recovery Act funds in Public Law 111-226, reducing the total DoD Recovery Act funding to $7.175B. Effective December 31, 2012, unobligated balances in unexpired accounts were rescinded under Dodd-Frank Public Law 111-203, with the exception of $104 million for Military Construction, Defense-wide. Total obligations to date reflect over 8,180 contract actions with non-Federal vendors. Over 64% of contract actions have been awarded to small businesses (37% of contract dollars).
The Department of Defense (DoD) had an increase in outlays of $63.1M during the month ending May 31, 2013, bringing the cumulative outlays of Recovery Act funds to $6,414.8M, which is 90.3% of appropriated DoD Recovery Act funds. This includes $3,890.4M for FSRM which had new outlays of $6.2M; $1,579.3M for MILCON which had new outlays of $56.5M; $101.1M for ECIP which had new outlays of $.1M; $288.9M for NTEET which had new outlays of $.3M; and $555.0M for HAP.
The $4.2M obligation decrease in Research, Development, Testing & Evaluation resulted from the contract close out for the Anaerobic Bioreactor project at Brooks City Base, TX
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