American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
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The following pages can assist customers doing Recovery Act business with GSA.
GSA RECOVERY ACT FUNDS
- $4.5 billion: Federal building conversion to high-performance green spaces
- $750 million: Federal building and courthouse renovations
- $300 million: Fuel-efficient vehicles
- $300 million: Land ports of entry renovation and construction
GSA PLANS AND REPORTS
- GSA Plans: Agencywide Funds and Projects
- GSA's Public Buildings Service Project Plan
Federal Buildings Fund Spend Plan
- GSA's Federal Acquisition Service Project Plan
Motor Vehicle Replacement Project Spend Plan
Motor Vehicle Exchange List
- GSA Weekly Reports: Financial and Activity Reports
The January 17th enactment of the Federal Government’s Fiscal Year ’14 Omnibus Spending Bill repealed reporting requirements as of February 1, 2014, making Quarter 4, 2013 the last time recipients reported on the status of their awards.
Recipient reported data is publicly available at Recovery.Gov. Recovery funds were also used to purchase land to support the construction of several GSA Recovery projects. The details of these projects and recipients can be found in the link below.
- GSA Land Acquisition Recovery Data [PDF - 97K]
FEDERAL BUILDINGS FUND INVESTMENTS
GSA is using $5.5 billion in Recovery Act funds to convert federal buildings to high-performance green buildings and to build new, energy-efficient federal offices, courthouses and land ports of entry.
- Guerin Acknowledged for Leadership in Recovery Act Work
- Renewable Energy Minimizes Costs at Colorado Site
- Unprecedented Efforts Cut Carbon Footprint In Downtown Denver
- GSA Administrator Johnson Unveils Major Renovations to Atlanta's MLK Federal Building
- GSA-Sponsored Program Teaches Women New Job Skills
- Leeds Touts Green Transformation of Ammo Plant
- Legislation: Summary | Full text (407 pg, PDF,1.1MB)
- Frequently asked questions about the Act
COMMUNICATIONS WITH REGISTERED LOBBYISTS
By order of the President, all oral and written communications with federally registered lobbyists concerning Recovery Act must be public.