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related to Recovery Act spending and allows for the reporting of potential fraud, waste, and abuse.

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1. Department of Health and Human Services $138,841,591,824
2. Department of Education $94,296,130,450
3. Department of Labor $66,377,982,666
4. Department of Agriculture $54,094,310,705
5. Department of Transportation $40,290,559,824
6. Department of Energy $31,777,311,502
7. Department of the Treasury $25,824,736,821
8. Social Security Administration $13,999,320,917
9. Department of Housing and Urban Development $13,427,814,127
10. Environmental Protection Agency $7,111,115,379
Updated: 12/31/2013
Source for Agency Data: Federal Agency Financial and Activity Reports CSV Download CSV