California stimulus allocations

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Stimulus Funds in California totaled to $18.55 billion. These funds were divided up between these different levels of the government: state, municipal and schools. California had a total of 3,439 active recovery projects as of December 2009.[1]

In a July 2009 report by Good Jobs First the organization evaluated California's state website that detailed the implementation of the $787 billion American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. California received a score of 48 out of 100.[2]

State programs

California will receive $85 billion in stimulus funds

California expected to receive approximately $85 billion from the $787 billion economic stimulus package. According to White House officials the stimulus bill was estimated to create or save 110,185 jobs.[3]

Federal officials reported that state companies and local governments had created approximately 110,219 jobs using stimulus dollars. As of October 30, 2009, a total of 1,167 contracts had been awarded, a total of approximately $1.35 billion. In total, including grants, contracts and loans California received $18.55 billion.[4]

The following data is based on a review from December 2009. To see allocations, click on "show."

Education

Education accounted for approximately 14% of total state allocations. The state was scheduled to receive approximately $11.8 billion. Some of the programs and projects funded by stimulus allocations included: higher education, technology grants, special education, infrastructure, school lunches and child care.[69]

Health and Human Services

Health and Human Services accounted for approximately 23% of total state allocations. The state was scheduled to receive approximately $19.5 billion. Some of the programs and projects funded by stimulus allocations included: Medicaid, food stamp program, Women Infant Children (WIC) and assistance to persons with disabilities.[69]

Transportation

Transportation accounted for approximately 6% of total state allocations. The state was scheduled to receive approximately $4.7 billion. Some of the programs and projects funded by stimulus allocations included: highway improvements, airport improvements, public transit system improvements, rebuilding and repairing highways and local roads.[69]

Cuts in funding

Approximately $8 billion in federal stimulus funding was cut from the national total.[70]

Municipal

The following data is based on a review from December 2009. To see allocations, click on "show."

School district

The following data is based on a review on December 9, 2009. To see allocations, click on "show."

External links

References

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