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Funding Breakdown by Agency/Agency Sites

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      NIH - National Institutes of Health
Summary Information
NIH Recovery Act website
Description
NIH Recovery Act Funding Announcements
Reporting requirements
Review Criteria
Scientific Research Priorities

$8.2 billion
To support additional scientific research-related activities that also align with the overall purposes of the Act.

1) Select recently peer reviewed highly meritorious research grant applications (R01s and others), that can be accomplished in 2 years or less.
2) Fund new research applications.
3) Accelerate the tempo of ongoing science through targeted supplements to current grants.
4) Support new types of activities such as the NIH Challenge Grant program that meet the goals of the ARRA.
5) Use other funding mechanisms as appropriate.
Extramural Construction, Repairs, and Alterations

$1 billion
Allocated to the National Center for Research Resources (NCRR) in support of all NIH funded research institutions.
Shared Instrumentation and Other Capital Equipment

$300 million
Allocated to NCRR to support all NIH activities.
NIH Buildings and Facilities

$500 million
To fund high priority repair, construction, and improvement projects on NIH campuses that also align with the overall purpose of the Act.
Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER)

$400 million

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      NSF - National Science Foundation
Summary Information
NSF Recovery Act website
Description
NSF Recovery Act Funding Announcements
Reporting requirements
FAQs
$2 billion Research for highly rated proposals that have not been funded. NSF is planning to use the majority of the $2 billion available for Research and Related Activities for proposals that are already in house and will be reviewed and/or awarded prior to September 30, 2009.
$1 billion - $400 million for Major Research Equipment and Facilities Construction Accounts
- $200 million for Academic Research Infrastructure
- $165 million for New Faculty and Young Investigators
- $45 million for Graduate Research Fellowships
- $60 million for Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program
- $25 million for the Math and Science Partnership
- $15 million for the Science Masters Program

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      NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Summary Information
NASA Recovery Act website
Description
NASA Recovery Act Funding Announcements
Reporting requirements
Cross-Agency Support

$50 million
To restore NASA-owned facilities damaged from hurricanes and other natural disasters occurring during calendar year 2008
Science

$400 million
To accelerate the development of the Tier 1 set of Earth Science climate research missions recommended by the National Academies
Exploration

$400 million
To fund critical mission activity that will improve NASA's ability to maintain the March 2015 IOC and to stimulate efforts within private sector to develop and demonstrate human spaceflight capability
Aeronautics

$150 million
To undertake systems-level research, development and demonstration activities related to:
- aviation safety
- environmental impact mitigation
- the Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen)

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      DOE - Department of Energy
Summary Information
DOE Recovery Act website
Description
DOE Recovery Act Funding Announcements
Reporting requirements
Funding Opportunities [Please go to FedConnect for the most current copy of the solicitation]
Energy Efficiency

12 billion
Helping millions of American families cut utility bills by making homes and appliances more energy efficient.

- $5 billion for the Weatherization Assistance Program
- $3.1 billion for the State Energy Program
- $2.73 billion for Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants
- $346 million for Energy efficient building technologies
- $256 million for the Industrial Technologies Program
- $104 million for National Laboratory Facilities
Environmental Cleanup

$6 billion
Creating jobs and reducing the legacy cold war footprint of the Department of Energy, and cleanup the polluted land and water resources in communalities

Includes various cleanup projects throughout the nation:
- $54 million for the Energy Technology Engineering Center ARRA Project
- $52 million for the Separations Process Research Unit ARRA Project
- $42 million for the Brookhaven National Lab Recovery Project
Modernizing the Electric Grid

$4.5 billion
Harnessing clean energy sources and integrating them onto a modernized electric grid, while giving consumers better choices and more control over their energy use.

- $3.5 billion for Smart Grid Investment Grant Program
- $700 million for Energy Storage Demonstration
- $100 million for Workforce Development
Carbon Capture and Storage

$3.4 billion
Develop clean coal technologies so we can utilize America's coal resources sustainably.

- $1.5 billion for Industrial Carbon Capture and Storage Applications
- $1 billion for Fossil Energy Research and Development Programs
- $800 million for the Clean Coal Power Initiative Round III
- $49 million for Geologic Sequestration Site Characterization
Transportation

$2.85 billion
Investing in a new generation of advanced fuels and vehicles to reduce our dependence on foreign oil and revitalize domestic manufacturing.

- $2.0 billion for Advanced Battery Manufacturing Grants
- $300 million for the Alternative-Fueled-Vehicles Pilot Grant Program
- $110 million for the Vehicle Technologies Program
Science and Innovation

$2 billion
Renewing our commitment to science and innovation to ensure global competitiveness in the future.

- $400 million for Advanced Research (ARPA-E)
- $277 million for Energy Frontier Research Centers
- $247 million for Basic Energy Services
- $216 million for High Energy Physics
- $198 million for Science Laboratories Infrastructure
- $155 million for Biological and Environmental Research
- $154 million for Advanced Scientific Computing Research
- $143 million for Nuclear Physics
Renewable Energy

$1.64 billion
Developing the clean renewable resources in order to double our supply of renewable energy and boost domestic renewable manufacturing capacity.

- $800 million for the Biomass Program
- $400 million for Geothermal Technologies Program
- $115 million for Solar Technologies Program
- $93 million for Wind energy projects
- $50 million for Information and Communications technology

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      DOD - Department of Defense
Summary Information
DOD Recovery Act website
Description
DOD Recovery Act Funding Announcements on fbo.gov
Reporting requirements
Military Construction

$2.2 billion
New construction, including $1.33 billion for hospitals
Facilities Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization

$4.3 billion
Upgrade thousands of department buildings, including energy-related improvements and upgrades to military medical facilities
Homeowner's Assistance Fund

$600 million
Temporary expansion of assistance to qualified military and civilian personnel who suffer financial loss on the sale of their primary residence
Near Term Energy Technology

$300 million
Develop energy-efficient technologies
Energy Conservation Investment

$100 million
Improving energy efficiency of existing facilities

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      NIST - National Institutes Standards and Technology
Summary Information
NIST Recovery Act website
Description
NIST Recovery Act Funding Announcements on Grants.gov or fbo.gov
Reporting requirements
$610 million - $220 million for NIST laboratory research, measurements, and other services supporting economic growth and U.S. innovation through funding of such items as competitive grants; research fellowships; and advanced measurement equipment and supplies;

- $360 million to address NIST's backlog of maintenance and renovation projects and for construction of new facilities and laboratories, including $180 million for a competitive construction grant program for funding research science buildings outside of NIST;

- $20 million in funds transferred from the Department of Health and Human Services for standards-related research that supports the security and interoperability of electronic medical records to reduce health care costs and improve the quality of care; and

- $10 million in funds transferred from the Department of Energy to help develop a comprehensive framework for a nationwide, fully interoperable smart grid for the U.S. electric power system

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      NOAA - National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Summary Information
NOAA Recovery Act website
Description
NOAA Recovery Act Funding Announcements on Grants.gov or fbo.gov
Reporting requirements
$230 million Habitat restoration, navigation projects and vessel maintenance
$430 million For construction and repair of NOAA facilities, ships and equipment, improvements for weather forecasting and satellite development
$170 million To be used for climate modeling activities, including supercomputing procurement, and research into climate change.

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      NEA - National Endowment for the Arts
Summary Information
NEA Recovery Act website
Description
NEA Recovery Act Funding Announcements
Reporting requirements
$50 million $30 million for competitive grants: organizations can apply for a grant of $25,000 or $50,000. For the designated governmental local arts agencies eligible to subgrant, requests of $100,000 or $250,000 are permitted provided the project involves subgranting.

$20 million for State arts agencies and regional arts organizations: amounts allocated to each will be determined using current processes as our guide, and will be based on equal shares (as stated in the NEA’s authorizing legislation) and population. In making these determinations, the NEA will rely upon criteria used to make the fiscal year 2008 partnerships awards to the States and regions - - given that this is the most recent year for while a full appropriation exists.

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      DOJ - Department of Justice
Summary Information
DOJ Recovery Act website
Description
DOJ Recovery Act Funding Announcements on Grants.gov or fbo.gov
Reporting requirements
Cops Hiring Recovery Program
COPS Website

$1 billion
The Act will provide $1 billion under the COPS Hiring Recovery Program (CHRP) in grant funding for hiring and rehiring of additional career law enforcement officers.
Office of Justice Programs
OJP Website

$2.7 million
Programs include the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistant (JAG) Program, The Edward Byrne Competitive Grant Program, Assistance for Tribal Law Enforcement, and more.
Office of Violence Against Women
OVW Website

$225 million
$225 million will be used by the Office on Violence Against Women to develop and support the capacity of state, local, tribal, and non-profit entities involved in responding to violence against women.
The Southwest Border Initiative, ATF's Project Gunrunner
ATF Website

$10 million
$10 million will go toward the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives Project Gunrunner for the Southwest Border Initiative.

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      DoED - Department of Education
Summary Information
DoED Recovery Act website
Description
DoEd Recovery Act Funding Announcements on Grants.gov or fbo.gov

Reporting requirements
Variety of funding categories

- $10 billion: Title 1 grants to local educational agencies
- $3 billion: School improvement programs
- $1.2 billion: Impact aid construction, educational technology state grants, education for homeless children and youths, and teach incentive fund.
- $53.6 billion: State fiscal stabilization fund (state grants, incentive and innovation grants)
- $12.2 billion: Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
- $1.1 billion: Vocational rehabilitation state grants, independent living, teach quality enhancement, statewide data systems, student aid administration, and Office of the Inspector General
- $17.3 billion: Federal Pell grants and work-study

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      USDA - United States Department of Agriculture
Summary Information
USDA Recovery Act website
Description
USDA Recovery Act Funding Announcements on Grants.gov or fbo.gov
Reporting requirements
Various Funding of Categories $27.2 billion – Rural Community Development
$20.9 billion – Nutrition Assistance
$1.5 billion – Conservation and Forestry
$1.2 billion – Farm Investments
$272.5 million – USDA Infrastructure

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      EPA - Environmental Protection Agency
Summary Information
EPA Recovery Act website
Description
EPA Recovery Act Funding Announcements on Grants.gov or fbo.gov
Reporting requirements
Various Funding of Categories

$7.22 billion
"State and Tribal Assistance Grants (STAG) that in turn include:

- $4 billion: assistance to help communities with water quality and wastewater infrastructure needs
- $2 billion: drinking water infrastructure needs
- $100 million: competitive grants to evaluate and clean up former industrial and commercial sites
- $300 million: grants and loans to help regional, state, and local governments, tribal agencies, and non-profit organizations with projects that reduce diesel emissions"
- $600 million: cleanup of hazardous sites
- 200 million: cleanup of petroleum leaks from underground storage tanks
- $20 million: audits and investigations conducted by the Inspector General

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