Coronavirus Relief Fund Spending

Updated: Mar 17

The Pandemic Response Accountability Committee (PRAC) is responsible for tracking the allocation and spending of aid provided by the federal government in response to COVID-19. As a part of the CARES Act of March 2020, a new fund was created to provide direct aid to state and local governments, the Coronavirus Relief Fund (CRF).

Total CRF Funding - $149.5B

785 Prime Recipients

$149B Allocated

$124.1B Awarded to 69,532 Sub-Recipients

Spending Data Update

The PRAC recently updated their oversight data to include CRF distributions and expenditures through 12/31/2020. The data include how much has been spent by category.

This is critical information that allows you to:

  • Identify jurisdictions with remaining funds

  • Identify jurisdictions that have already (or have not yet) used funds for particular use cases

These funds can be used through 12/31/2021.

Want to know how each state is spending their CRF funds? Check it out below!

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