Transparency

Much of the data on this web site reflects required 1512 reporting to the federal government under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA). For daily accounting of ARRA revenues and expenditures, visit the Missouri Accountability Portal (MAP). For detailed tracking of Missouri's grants and loans, visit recovery.gov

Statewide Summary

The data below is a summary of State-Administered ARRA grants as of December 31, 2013, reported to the federal government beginning October 2009.[ Footnote 1 ] [ Footnote 2 ]

Total Number of State-Administered ARRA Grants443
Total Number of Dollars Awarded$6,456,883,937.40
Total Number of Dollars Received$6,421,382,875.99
Total Number of Dollars Spent$6,421,204,487.18
Job Totals By Quarter
Jobs Quarter 4, 2013118.32
Jobs Quarter 3, 2013158.42
Jobs Quarter 2, 2013416.60
Jobs Quarter 1, 2013451.43
Jobs Quarter 4, 2012546.72
Jobs Quarter 3, 2012683.53
Jobs Quarter 2, 20121005.04
Jobs Quarter 1, 2012975.16
Jobs Quarter 4, 20112,707.69
Jobs Quarter 3, 20114,568.47
Jobs Quarter 2, 201113,655.13
Jobs Quarter 1, 201110,328.13
Jobs Quarter 4, 201011,997.08
Jobs Quarter 3, 201013,700.21
Jobs Quarter 2, 201015,426.10
Jobs Quarter 1, 201014,829.32
Jobs Quarter 4, 200913,721.07
Jobs Quarter 3, 200912,997.60

Statewide ARRA Spending by Category

The data below is related to State-Administered ARRA grants as of December 31, 2013, reported to the federal government beginning October 2009.[ Footnote 1 ] [ Footnote 2 ]

Notes

Footnote 1: Eight State-Administered grants were not subject to 1512 reporting under the Recovery Act. Those grants are: Federal Medicaid Assistance Program ARRA Increase, Unemployment Insurance - Benefit Increase and Extension, Unemployment Insurance - Admin, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance - Benefits, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance - Admin, COBRA Extension Benefits, Child Support Enforcement Assistance and HIT Incentives Grant. For complete details on the requirements of the Recovery Act visit recovery.gov.

Footnote 2: Award totals are cumulative amounts since the beginning of the ARRA. Job numbers are not cumulative, they are reported by quarter.