This table shows a summary of all data Massachusetts has collected from state agencies. Information reported to the federal government is highlighted in blue.

Recipient Agency/Secretariat

Awarded to State Agencies

Total Committed or Under Contract

Expended

Direct Full Time Equivalent Count (FTEs)

Actual Worker Count [1]

Citizens Benefiting

Awards Subject to 1512 Reporting to the Federal Gov't

Education [2]

1,218,198,062

586,077,982

435,965,753

6,423

8,600 [3]

Significant

Energy and Environment

81,033,390

76,564,371

94,269

8

26

Housing and Economic Development

236,792,591

39,633,981

20,380,768

208

673

6,000

Labor (Workforce Programs)

64,198,608

42,774,310

19,359,861

1,111

7,906

45,250

Public Safety

38,099,418

15,787,839

12,601,185

544

707

Significant

Transportation

272,663,619

111,841,127

16,232,147

139

1,362

Human Services

22,698,109

12,193,059

3,193,915

299

306

307,500 [4]

Attorney General

271,484

Victim Witness Assistance

930,000

142,317

MA Cultural Council

323,600

280,000

224,000

21

28

Subtotal

1,935,208,881

885,294,987

508,051,899

8,753

19,608

358,750

Awards Not Subject to 1512 Reporting to the Federal Gov't.

Administration and Finance

22,395,109

2,883,264

5

9

Energy and Environment

7,410,932

Human Services

1,497,924,808

1,199,642,795

33

116

1,870,000 [5]

State Government

3800 [6]

Labor (Unemployment Benefits and Admin.)

567,286,022

151,970,532

1

563,332 [7]

Subtotal

2,095,016,871

1,354,496,591

39

3,925

2,433,332

Grand Total

4,030,225,752

885,294,987

1,862,548,489

8,792

23,533

2,792,082



[1] Actual Worker Count is the number of people employed as of September 30, 2009.

[2] Excludes Awards of $66.8 M to UMass and $4.5 M of Work Study Programs in State Colleges reported directly to OMB. The expended amounts for these were $1.3 M and $69,000 with 66 & 22 FTEs respectively. These award programs will be reported centrally by the Commonwealth starting January 2010

[3] Estimate from the Executive Office of Education

[4] Citizens Benefiting, includes 300,000 elders in ARRA funded senior programs and 7,500 children in ARRA funded Infants and Families Disability Program.

[5] Citizens Benefiting, includes 1.2million MassHealth members and 370,000 families (over 670,000 individuals)on ARRA Supplemental Nutrition program

[6] State agency job cuts avoided based on FMAP state fiscal relief funding

[7] Includes 427,347 individuals benefiting from the additional $25/week compensation & 135,985 individuals who have collected federal extended unemployment benefits