This chart displays each step of the recipient reporting process, from registration and intial submission of data to posting the data on Recovery.gov and the ongoing data review and correction period.
The Recovery Act requires prime recipients of Recovery awards to report every quarter on the progress of their awards – how much money has been received, how much has been spent, who are the sub-recipients, and how many jobs were funded in the quarter, along with other information. Since the Recovery Act was signed into law on February 17, 2009, recipients have reported six times. On April 1, 2011, recipients will begin reporting for the seventh time at FederalReporting.gov, submitting data for Quarter 1, 2011.
On April 30, 2011, after a lengthy review process by both recipients and federal agencies, all the data will be displayed on the maps, charts, and graphs on Recovery.gov.
For Quarter 4, 2010, there were 209,468 awards for which recipients submitted reports; 71,643 of those were prime recipient awards; 137,825 were sub-recipients. The total award amount for the quarter was $9,200,479,245.
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