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State Agency Expenditures by Program

Weekly expenditure information for programs is presented in a summary table with links to additional information on agency expenditures within programs.

Programs
CFDA
Agency
Expenditures
SFY09 - SFY13
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program 10.551 Human Services (DHS)
$40,232,154
State Administrative Matching Grants for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program 10.561 Human Services (DHS)
$890,315
Emergency Food Assistance Program (Administrative Costs) 10.568 Human Services (DHS)
$282,454
WIC Grants To States (WGS) 10.578 Health (DOH)
$147,488
Child Nutrition Discretionary Grants Limited Availability 10.579 Elementary and Secondary Education (RIDE)
$267,414
Habitat Conservation 11.463 Coastal Resources Management Council (CRMC)
$2,959,032
National Guard Military Operations and Maintenance (O&M) Projects 12.401 Military
$454,492
Community Development Block Grant (CDBG-R) 14.255 Administration (DOA)
$1,399,039
Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program 14.257 Administration (DOA)
$3,282,670
Violence Against Women Formula Grants 16.588 Public Safety (DPS)
$965,065
Internet Crimes against Children Task Force Program (ICAC) 16.800 Public Safety (DPS)
$439,313
State Victim Assistance Formula Grant Program 16.801 Public Safety (DPS)
$569,000
State Victim Compensation Formula Grant Program 16.802 Treasury
$185,862
Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program 16.803 Public Safety (DPS)
$5,550,930
Employment Service/Wagner-Peyser Funded Activities 17.207 Labor and Training (DLT)
$1,435,229
Unemployment Insurance 17.225 Labor and Training (DLT)
$778,071,531
Senior Community Service Employment Program 17.235 Labor and Training (DLT)
$118,415
WIA Adult Program 17.258 Labor and Training (DLT)
$2,106,542
WIA Youth Activities 17.259 Labor and Training (DLT)
$5,611,097
WIA Dislocated Workers 17.260 Labor and Training (DLT)
$7,945,909
Highway Planning and Construction 20.205 Transportation (DOT)
$137,550,328
Kingston Track Capacity and Platform Improvements 20.319 Transportation (DOT)
$2,112,355
Providence Station Improvement Project PE/NEPA 20.319 Transportation (DOT)
$38,548
Federal Transit Capital Investment Grants 20.500 Transportation (DOT)
$715,669
Federal Transit Formula Grants 20.507 Transportation (DOT)
$4,100,000
Promotion of the Arts Partnership Agreements 45.025 Rhode Island Council on the Arts (ARTS)
$291,500
State Clean Diesel Grant Program 66.040 Environmental Management (DEM)
$1,699,591
Water Quality Management Planning 66.454 Environmental Management (DEM)
$265,800
Leaking Underground Storage Tank Trust Fund Corrective Action Program 66.805 Environmental Management (DEM)
$977,000
Brownfields Assessment and Cleanup Cooperative Agreements 66.818 Environmental Management (DEM)
$1,000,000
State Energy Program 81.041 Administration (DOA)
$18,713,796
Weatherization Assistance for Low-Income 81.042 Administration (DOA)
$19,797,660
Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability, Research, Development and Analysis (DOA) 81.122 Administration (DOA)
$278,866
Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability, Research, Development and Analysis (PUC) 81.122 Public Utilities Commission (PUC)
$695,799
Energy Efficient Appliance Rebate Program 81.127 Administration (DOA)
$1,008,000
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant Program 81.128 Administration (DOA)
$9,388,913
Education Technology State Grants, Recovery Act 84.386 Elementary and Secondary Education (RIDE)
$3,209,375
Education for Homeless Children and Youth, Recovery Act 84.387 Elementary and Secondary Education (RIDE)
$174,067
School Improvement Grants, Recovery Act 84.388 Elementary and Secondary Education (RIDE)
$9,808,961
Title I Grants to Local Educational Agencies 84.389 Elementary and Secondary Education (RIDE)
$35,833,379
Rehabilitation Services-Vocational Rehabilitation Grants to States 84.390 Human Services (DHS)
$1,734,860
Special Education Grants to States 84.391 Elementary and Secondary Education (RIDE)
$43,734,212
Special Education - Preschool Grants 84.392 Elementary and Secondary Education (RIDE)
$1,734,233
Special Education - Grants for Infants and Families 84.393 Elementary and Secondary Education (RIDE)
$2,398,294
State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (SFSF) - Education State Grants 84.394 Elementary and Secondary Education (RIDE)
$134,872,937
Race-to-the-Top Incentive Grants 84.395 Elementary and Secondary Education (RIDE)
$45,008,018
Race-to-the-Top Incentive Grants - Early Learning 84.395 Elementary and Secondary Education (RIDE)
$3,415,837
State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (SFSF) - Government Services 84.397 Public Safety (DPS)
$30,017,127
Independent Living State Grants, Recovery Act 84.398 Human Services (DHS)
$242,913
Independent Living Services for Older Individuals Who are Blind, Recovery Act 84.399 Human Services (DHS)
$23,999
Title IV-E Guardianship Assistance 93.090 Children, Youth, & Famlies (DCYF)
$4,432
Child Support Enforcement 93.563 Children, Youth, & Famlies (DCYF)
$946,802
Foster Care - Title IV-E 93.658 Children, Youth, & Famlies (DCYF)
$1,993,334
Adoption Assistance 93.659 Children, Youth, & Famlies (DCYF)
$1,697,783
Aging Home-Delivered Nutrition Services for States 93.705 Elderly Affairs (DEA)
$160,000
Aging Congregate Nutrition Services for States 93.707 Elderly Affairs (DEA)
$325,000
ARRA - Head Start 93.708 Elementary and Secondary Education (RIDE)
$591,164
ARRA - Community Services Block Grant 93.710 Human Services (DHS)
$5,526,064
ARRA - Immunization 93.712 Health (DOH)
$830,078
Immunization 93.712 Health (DOH)
$992,675
ARRA – Child Care and Development Block Grant 93.713 Human Services (DHS)
$5,224,127
ARRA – Emergency Contingency Fund for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) State Program 93.714 Human Services (DHS)
$6,205,012
Preventing Healthcare-Associated Infections 93.717 Health (DOH)
$199,630
Prevention and Wellness-State - Obesity 93.723 Health (DOH)
$2,946,376
Prevention and Wellness-State - Statewide PANT 93.723 Health (DOH)
$375,866
Prevention and Wellness-State - Tobacco 93.723 Health (DOH)
$478,403
Communities Putting Prevention to Work 93.724 Health (DOH)
$3,317,407
Communities Putting Prevention to Work -- BRFSS 93.724 Health (DOH)
$263,069
Chronic Disease Self-Management Program 93.725 Health (DOH)
$191,617
ARRA – Health Information Technology and Public Health 93.729 Health (DOH)
$348,085
Medical Assistance Program 93.778 Human Services (DHS)
$522,519,035
Port Security Grant Program 97.116 Public Safety (DPS)
$180,265
Office of the Governor N/A Office of the Governor - Administration
$2,591,609
Total Expenditures
 $1,921,663,824

Quasi Agencies Expenditures by Program

Monthly expenditure information for programs is presented in a summary table with links to additional information on agency expenditures within programs.

Programs
CFDA
Agency
Expenditures
SFY09 - SFY13
Airport Improvement Program 20.106 Airport Corporation
$2,183,322
Capital Assistance Program for Reducing Energy Consumption and Greenhouse Gas Emissions 20.523 Public Transit Authority (RIPTA)
$345,000
Capitalization Grants for Clean Water State Revolving Funds 66.458 Clean Water Finance Agency
$26,314,600
Capitalization Grants for Drinking Water State Revolving Funds 66.468 Clean Water Finance Agency
$19,491,898
Economic Adjustment Assistance 11.307 Quonset Development Corporation (QDC)
$3,888,000
Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability, Research, Development and Analysis 81.122 Community College of Rhode Island (CCRI)
$661,734
Federal Work-Study Program 84.033 Community College of Rhode Island (CCRI)
$79,855
Federal Work-Study Program 84.033 Rhode Island College (RIC)
$138,602
Federal Work-Study Program 84.033 University of Rhode Island (URI)
$170,988
Federal Transit_Formula Grants 20.507 Public Transit Authority (RIPTA)
$31,780,447
Formula Grants for Other Than Urbanized Areas 20.509 Public Transit Authority (RIPTA)
$864,972
Section 1602 Grants to States for Low-Income Housing in Lieu of Low-Income Housing Credits for 2009 NA Rhode Island Housing
$36,891,061
State Broadband Data and Development Grant Program 11.558 Economic Development Corporation (EDC)
$2,945,097
Tax Credit Assistance Program (Recovery Act Funded) 14.258 Rhode Island Housing
$13,933,403
Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support 93.701 Rhode Island College (RIC)
$59,631
Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support 93.701 University of Rhode Island (URI)
$6,215,555
Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support - Functional Conservation of Myogenic Regulatory Factors 93.701 Rhode Island College (RIC)
$12,953
Trans-NSF Recovery Act Research Support 47.082 University of Rhode Island (URI)
$8,027,988
Total Expenditures
 
$189,668,683