Plans & Reports
Every taxpayer dollar spent on our economic recovery must be subject to unprecedented levels of transparency and accountability.
The President directed federal agencies to take critical steps for the Act’s implementation, issuing a detailed guidance memorandum (PDF).
Recovery Grant Recipient Reporting
Recipient Reporting Materials
Registered Lobbyist Contacts Report
HHS officials are required to disclose all communications with federally registered lobbyists concerning Recovery Act policy or projects, except for communications that concern purely logistical questions or those that occur at widely attended gatherings.
Recovery Plans and Program Reports
HHS Recovery Implementation Plans (Updated June 16, 2010)
Report to the President and the Congress on Comparative Effectiveness Research (PDF - 3.70MB)
Financial reports provide a list of HHS Recovery Act obligations, and disbursements. Outlays also include the $4.3 billion in savings to states contributions, which are not included in obligations.
Persons using assistive technology may not be able to fully access information in Excel files.
Savings to States' Prescription Drug (Part D) Costs
HHS estimates that more than $4.4 Billion in fiscal relief to States was provided through application of the Recovery Act FMAP increase when calculating State Contributions for prescription drug costs for full-benefit, dual eligible individuals enrolled in Medicare Part D by the end of January, 2011.
Major Communication Reports
All Major Communication Reports are in Excel Format only on this page; however, all major announcements are included on the Announcements pages.
2011 Major Communication Reports
2010 Major Communication Reports
2009 Major Communication Reports
Office of Inspector General Reports
Audit, Inspection and Other OIG Reports
2011 OIG Monthly Recovery Updates
2010 OIG Monthly Recovery Updates
2009 Monthly Updates