The federal government's official website about the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act contains information on all aspects of the stimulus package.
The Council of State Governments' website designed to help states decipher potential funding opportunities and share best practices by tracking how the executive, legislative, and judicial branches of state governments are responding to and impacted by this historic legislation.
Coalition for an Accountable Recovery
The Coalition was formed to promote accountability policies for both government agencies and companies that contract with or benefit from recovery spending. Seizing 21st technology tools and precedents from states and cities, taxpayers deserve transparency and accountability in all new recovery efforts.
OMB Watch exists to increase government transparency and accountability; to ensure sound, equitable regulatory and budgetary processes and policies; and to protect and promote active citizen participation in our democracy.
The site is a clearinghouse for anyone interested in the bailout. You can find posts of the latest news, official reports, scheduled hearings and events, commentary, analysis, investigations, and research.
The Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act of 2006 (Transparency Act) requires a single searchable website, accessible by the public for free that includes for each Federal award; the name of the entity receiving the award; the amount of the award; information on the award including transaction type, funding agency, etc; the location of the entity receiving the award; a unique identifier of the entity receiving the award. USAspending.gov, a re-launch of www.fedspending.org, provides this information to the public, as collected from federal agencies, in an easy to use website.
U.S. Small Business Administration
SBA details how small businesses can take advantage of the federal stimulus dollars to start or expand in today's economy.
National Council of Nonprofits
The National Council of Nonprofits has published a series of special reports on the economic stimulus & recovery as it relates to nonprofits.
MapShot: Best Stimulus Funding Resources by State
The Foundation Center has collected resources on how nonprofits may be able to access stimulus package funding. This map connects you to information about funding and other opportunities in each state.
Charities Race for the Billions
The Chronicle of Philanthropy has published a Special Report on federal stimulus money and nonprofits.
Journalism in the Public Interest
The Tracking States' Spending Trackers page promotes accountability for state spending, with overviews of how various states have pledged to spend stimulus dollars.
Center for Economic and Policy Research [PDF]
The State and Local Drag on the Stimulus
Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP)
A national nonprofit that works to improve the lives of low-income people. CLASP’s mission is to improve the economic security, educational and workforce prospects, and family stability of low-income parents, children, and youth and to secure equal justice for all.
Giving USA Special Bulletin [PDF]
How nonprofit organizations can apply for federal stimulus funds through the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act of 2009. Written by Center for Philanthropy at Indiana University.
The U.S. House of Representatives Transportation and Infrastructure Committee
State-by-state funding by the infrastructure investment formula for Highways and Bridges, Transit Capital, Fixed-Guideway Modernization, and the Clean Water State Revolving Loan Fund.
Americans for the Arts Economic Recovery
In early January, Americans for the Arts presented its policy recommendations to the Obama-Biden Transition Office on how arts groups and artists can be supported in the economic recovery plan. The policy recommendations are available on their website.
U.S. Department of Education
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act State Tables for the U.S. Department of Education, showing allocations for each state.