On November 10, 2022, Governor Baker signed into law Chapter 268 of the Acts of 2022, a $3.76 billion spending plan to promote economic development, strengthen health and human services, advance clean energy, expand affordable housing, and invest in local communities, businesses, and workers. The bill allows for spending from the General Fund and the Coronavirus State Fiscal Recovery Fund.
The legislation includes more than 600 earmarks for specific programs, projects, or organizations. Earmarks on this page are being funded from the Commonwealth’s Coronavirus State Fiscal Recovery Fund (CSFRF) allocation. Agencies will work with recipients to ensure that earmarks are processed in compliance with all federal regulations related to CSFRF spending. Recipients should expect to receive additional documentation and reporting requirements from administering agencies pursuant to federal regulations, which will make these earmarks distinct from previously administered funds. Agencies will reach out to contacts provided through the Earmark Contact Collection Form to proceed with contracting next steps beginning in January 2023.
See an itemized list of those earmarks, including the amount and purpose, below.
For Recipients of Earmarks:
- Fill out the Earmark Contact Collection Form.
- Identify the agency contact for your earmark below, by scrolling through the list or by searching by description or by earmark language.
- Email the completed form to the identified agency contact.
- Once the agency has the contact information, they will reach out to the vendor to obtain additional financial details. In most cases, funding will be dispersed to recipients within 16 weeks of receiving complete financial information.
The full list of earmarks can be exported via the link below the table. Click the right arrow below the table to view the list in map view.