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Navigate Up - Track the Money is the U.S. government's official website that provides easy access to data
related to Recovery Act spending and allows for the reporting of potential fraud, waste, and abuse.


The Inspector General of each agency is responsible for investigating allegations of fraud, waste, or abuse.

Offices of Inspectors General:

  • Reports on how the agency has managed ARRA programs to meet all legal and administrative requirements. 
  • Financial Reports on costs incurred.
  • Recovery Plans outline the oversight goals, risk assessment processes, and oversight actions.
  • Testimony by Inspectors General or their staff members before Congress.

Oversight Actions
An overview of open investigations and cases closed without action.

Recipients of ARRA funds who were required to report on an award but did not.

Oversight Training
Dates for classes on Recovery Act requirements.

GAO Findings 
Reports by the Government Accountability Office on the use of ARRA funds by state and local governments.

Reports on recipients' compliance with federal and state regulations.



Visit Inspectors General Recovery Websites