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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
Recovery.govThe American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (Recovery Act) was signed into law by President Obama on February 17th, 2009. The purpose of this effort is to stimulate the economy, create or save jobs, address the nation's infrastructure, enhance energy independence, expand educational opportunities, preserve and improve affordable health care, provide tax relief, and protect those in greatest need. We are working hard to secure Gwinnett County's fair share of federal stimulus funds through direct allocation of funds based on a formula or through competition with other entities for grants from either the state or federal government.

We launched this site in an effort to provide the public with information on the awards from the American Economic Recovery and Reinvestment Act. This site also will be utilized to fulfill the rigorous requirements for accountability and transparency.

These are your tax dollars at work in Gwinnett County - and you have the right to know how it's being invested.


Gwinnett County Government received the following funds:

AgencyProgram
Links to Certifications & Misc.
Amount
DOE  
 EECBG


Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant Program

$7.3 million
DOJ
  BJA

Recovery-Byrne JAG Formula

$1 million

USDOT
   FTA

   GADOT


Transit Capital Assistance

FHWA - Highway Infrastructure Investment


1511 Certification


$9.4 million

$61.9 million

 

HUD
   CDBG

   HPRP


Community Planning & Development,

Homelessness Prevention Fund


Proposal, Final and Advertisement

Proposal, Final and Advertisement


$1.3 million

$1.7 million


Related Links

GA Recovery site
State of Georgia Recovery Stimulus Accountability website
Recovery.gov
Federal Government Recovery Stimulus Accountability website