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December 2012
MONTH IN REVIEW

The Recovery.gov Month in Review is designed to keep you updated on the latest news and information related to the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.


 FEATURED STORIES All 

CBO Graph Roofing Contractor Pleads Guilty to Recovery Fraud
A firm in Boise, Idaho draws a fine and probation for misrepresenting eligibility.
High-speed train Con Artists Steal Direct Deposit Social Security Payments
The Recovery Board recently provided assistance to Social Security Administration investigators tracking twist on identity theft.
IRS logo White House Grants IG Request to Keep Unused Recovery Funds
Waiver allows IGs to hold onto $11.5 million for long-term oversight activities.

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 RECOVERY PRESS RELEASES All 

12.18.2012 USDA Rural Development Caring for the Healthcare Needs of Rural Nebraskans
12.17.2012 Energy Department, ArcelorMittal Partnership Boosts Steel Plant Efficiency
12.14.2012 Kelly Foundation Celebrates Grand Opening

 INSPECTOR GENERAL REPORTS All 

12.06.2012 Albany (NY) Did Not Always Administer CDBG Recovery Act Program Effectively and Efficiently
12.04.2012 HHS Evaluates Costs Claimed by Chicago Transit Authority for Subway Security and SCADA Project

 OVERVIEW OF FUNDING

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As of 12/21/2012
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 WHAT'S NEW

See the Recipients that did not report on their Recovery awards in Quarter 3, 2012

Recovery Funding Status Report: Amounts awarded and funding still to be distributed

Recovery.gov now has more than 25,000 Twitter followers


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