Official Nebraska Website

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This is the State of Nebraska’s portal for informing citizens about federal funding received under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA). This website provides streamlined accountability and transparency of these federal funds as ARRA draws to its conclusion, and it is updated regularly when funding is received and expended for each project. Please sign up for our RSS feed, which will make it easy for you to track all the updates as they occur. will continue to account primarily for all ARRA funding that is allocated to Nebraska state government. It is not intended to emulate the federal government's reporting methodology or duplicate the administrative costs associated with operating the federal website, Note also that the federal government may be administering some ARRA programs directly, and these may not be accounted for by Nebraska state government or identified on this website. Such grants can be identified and viewed on

Nebraska organizes its ARRA funding into three major categories on this website: Infrastructure, Services, and Stabilization. Individual ARRA grants are categorized accordingly for your review in the State Expenditures page. 


STATE ACCOUNTABILITY strives to identify all ARRA funding that comes to Nebraska, regardless of the entity receiving those funds. However, only federal grants awarded directly to Nebraska State government are definitively identified and thoroughly reported on this website. The ARRA Expenditures Report summarizes federal allocations, grants awarded, and expenditures of State government.  It corresponds with the categories—Stabilization, Infrastructure, and Services—by which ARRA funding is organized on this website. The report will be updated monthly. ARRA requires most recipients of federal grants to submit a quarterly Section 1512 Report (1512 is a reference to the section of the law requiring the report). The federal government primarily uses the report to identify total to-date expenditures, infrastructure-related expenditures, large payments to individual vendors, and the number of jobs created or retained. Several Nebraska state agencies individually receive ARRA grants and must submit a Section 1512 Report for each.  All of these reports are then summarized into one document for view on this website.  Note that only grants administered by State government are included in the summary; and some ARRA grants are not listed because they do not require a Section 1512 Report.

Website Updates

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  • 4/30/2014 Nov 2013 ARRA Expenditures (pdf)
  • 4/30/2014 Dec 2013 ARRA Expenditures (pdf)
  • 4/30/2014 New Report: Section 1512, Period 17 (pdf)
  • 4/30/2014 New Report: Section 1512, Period 18 (pdf)
  • 11/12/2013 Oct 2013 ARRA Expenditures (pdf)
  • 11/12/2013 Sep 2013 ARRA Expenditures (pdf)
  • 11/12/2013 Aug 2013 ARRA Expenditures (pdf)
  • 9/16/2013 Jul 2013 ARRA Expenditures (pdf)
  • 9/16/2013 New Report: Section 1512, Period 16 (pdf)
  • 8/6/2013 New Report: Section 1512, Period 15 (pdf)
  • 7/22/2013 Jun 2013 ARRA Expenditures (pdf)
  • 7/22/2013 May 2013 ARRA Expenditures (pdf)
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    Last update: 04/30/2014