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The federal government gives out billions of dollars each year in contracts and grants. These datasets will help you track how the money is spent.
The Consolidated Federal Funds database shows how much money the federal government has spent. It covers federal expenditures or obligations for the following categories: grants, salaries and wages, procurement contracts, direct payments for individuals, other direct payments, direct loans, guaranteed or insured loans, and insurance. The data can be analyzed ...
The Single Audit database is a great tool for journalists to examine local nonprofits and state or local government agencies that receive substantial assistance from the federal government. IRE/NICAR has automated the data and it is updated quarterly in January, April, July and October. Subcriptions are available. The Office of ...
This purchase includes only the latest fiscal year of the Federal Assistance Award Data System (2008). Fiscal years 1983-2007 can be found in our archives. Purchase a subscription to the FAADS data set to receive the complete 2008 fiscal year as well as the most recent quarter available for fiscal year 2009.
The NEA grants management database lists every organization in the United States that has received money from the National Endowment for the Arts since October 1, 1986, the start of fiscal year 1987.
The database distinguishes between how much money the NEA promised and how much was actually given to ...