[oregon-recovery-act] Oregon Recovery Act Updates
CHARLSON Nicole * GOV
nicole.charlson at state.or.us
Wed Jan 19 10:13:03 PST 2011
Below are the latest news and activities related to the American
Recovery and Reinvestment Act (Recovery Act) in Oregon.
Tracking the dollars
Oregon has successfully completed submission of the Section 1512
quarterly reports for state agencies and the data has been updated on
the interactive Tracking the Dollars map online. The data on the map is
preliminary and there may be minor edits through the end of the month.
The data displayed on the map includes information about Recovery Act
projects in Oregon including the award amount, amount expended, jobs
funded, project status, and a short project description. In addition,
information has been added about non- Section 1512 awards such as food
stamps, TANF, Medicaid, unemployment compensation, and the Tax Credit
Link to Tracking the Dollars map:
Oregon Recovery Act Progress Report (Oct. 2010)
The Recovery Act is funding projects and services in every corner of the
state such as education, health care, and unemployment assistance. This
new report summarizes some of the accomplishments of all the Recovery
Act awards and shows how dollars are invested in Oregon's economy.
Link to Oregon Recovery Act Progress Report:
(PDF 935 KB)
Recovery Act in the news
Below are some recent news articles related to the Recovery Act in
Governor announces 4,225 Oregon jobs funded by Recovery Act
Willamette National Forest uses stimulus funds to pave Sno-Parks
Help for health care providers moving to electronic records
Governor Kitzhaber initiates job creation action items as first act in
Federal stimulus funds lift OutDoor Oregon youth job program
For more information, visit www.oregon.gov/recovery.
Economic Recovery Executive Team | Office of the Governor
Phone: (503) 373-0289 | Fax: (503) 378-5253
nicole.charlson at state.or.us <mailto:nicole.charlson at state.or.us> |
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