The government has spent over $5 trillion responding to the pandemic – that’s hard to wrap your head around.
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The best way to understand how your taxpayer dollars are being spent is to dive into the data. Use our visualizations to see who received pandemic relief money and what they spent it on.
Explore charts and graphs that break down the data.
Search for pandemic spending in your area – right down to your zip code.
See pandemic funding by category, like Health Care & Small Businesses.
We look at the differences between the two SLFRF reporting periods.
Recipients of the State and Local Fiscal Recovery Fund (SLFRF) first reported on how they were spending the money in January 2022. Reporting took place a second time in April 2022. Here we look at some of the key differences between the two reporting periods and how local governments are spending the money.
Find data on the top ten industries receiving contracts funded by pandemic relief.
Organizations receiving contracts from the federal government are classified by types of industries based on the North American Industry Classification System. These categories allow the government to understand the kinds of businesses receiving federal contracts. For example, the Department Health and Human Services gave a contract for ventilators to Ventec Life Systems, Inc., which is classified in the “Surgical and medical instrument manufacturing” category. The Department of Education gave a COVID testing kits contract to Emed Labs, LLC, which is classified as “medical laboratories.”