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Title: Recovery Act Spending:


1
Recovery Act Spending Transparency
Accountability A Presentation for Promoting
Equity Metrics in the Recovery Act June 19,
2009 www.OMBWatch.org/MetricsMeeting
2
Distribution Over Time
Not Tracked
3
Performance Data
  • Schools Repaired
  • New Schools
  • Locations
  • Etc.
  • Miles Repaired
  • New Lane Miles
  • Locations
  • Etc.
  • New Broadband Users
  • Miles of fiber optics
  • Locations
  • Etc.

4
Who Reports Recovery Act Data
Federal Agency
State
Bobs Construction
Recipients
Bills Building
City
Bills Building
Mayors Brother-in-Law
Bills Building
Governors Campaign Contributor
No Data Collected
5
OMB/ARRA Reporting Model
FederalReporting.gov
State/Local Govt
No Data Collected
3rd Tier Sub-Recipient
CCR
4th Tier Sub-Recipient
Recipient ID
6
CAR Reporting Model
FederalReporting.gov
State/Local Govt
2nd Tier Sub-Recipient
3rd Tier Sub-Recipient
CCR
4th Tier Sub-Recipient
Recipient ID
7
Whos Getting the Money?
Tax Cuts
288 Billion 288 Billion 288 Billion 288 Billion 288 Billion
Individuals Individuals Businesses Businesses
Making Work Pay Credit 116.2 Billion Renewable Energy 14.0 Billion
AMT 69.8 Bonus Depreciation 5.9
Child Tax Credit 14.8 Deductions for Banks Buying Bonds 3.2
College 13.9 General Motors 3.2
First-Time Home Buyers 6.6 Advanced Energy 1.6
Earned Income Tax Credit 4.7 Cancellation of Debt Income 1.6
Residential Energy Efficiency 2.0 Small Business Stock Sales 0.8
Plug-in Hybrid Cars 2.0 Conversion to S Corps 0.4
Car Buyers 1.7 Hiring Disadvantaged Workers 0.2
Residential renewable Energy 0.3 Industrial Development Bonds 0.2
Mass Transit and Parking 0.2 Prohibit Recollection of Tariff Payments 0.9
Alternative Fuel Pumps 0.5
Small Business Deductions 0.4


Source New York Times, "The Stimulus Package Tax Cuts for Businesses" Source New York Times, "The Stimulus Package Tax Cuts for Businesses" Source New York Times, "The Stimulus Package Tax Cuts for Businesses" Source New York Times, "The Stimulus Package Tax Cuts for Businesses" Source New York Times, "The Stimulus Package Tax Cuts for Businesses"
Number from Recovery.gov Number from Recovery.gov Number from Recovery.gov Number from Recovery.gov Number from Recovery.gov
8
How Did They Get the Money?
Federal Programs
State Programs
?
50 States DC 51 Different Ways to Apply
for Recovery Act funds
9
Where Recovery.gov is Going
Key (Near) Successes
  • Central Reporting OMB is moving aggressively to
    develop a central collection system for recipient
    reports.
  • Multi-Tier Reporting OMB plans to expand the
    reporting model in the future to also
    obtaininformation on awardees beyond
    first-level awards, once the system capabilities
    and processes have been established.

Remaining Gaps
  • Jobs data reporting
  • Other performance data specs left up to agencies
  • Contract data summaries and not full language

10
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