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Recovery.gov - Track the Money

September 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.


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EPA logo EPA IG Says Recovery Funds Should be Returned
The Inspector General of the EPA recommends reclaiming $9 million of Recovery money because the recipient failed to comply with requirements.
Trains Recovery Grant Funds Amtrak Renovations
The national rail service has underwritten more than 150 improvement and repair projects with $1.3 billion of Recovery money.

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09.25.2012 NASA’s Plans to Modify Ares I Mobile Launcher in Support of the Space Launch System
09.21.2012 Long Beach (CA) Did Not Fully Comply with Federal Regulations when Administering NSP2 Grant, HUD says
09.21.2012 HUD Did Not Ensure Public Housing Agencies’ Use of Property Insurance Recoveries Met Program Requirements

 OVERVIEW OF FUNDING

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As of 9/21/2012
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 WHAT'S NEW

New Recipient Reporting Period has Begun

Recovery Board Exec Director on New, User-Friendly Data Map


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