Where Is The Stimulus Money Being Spent?

Have you wondered what locations in the country are getting the most from the stimulus package? We created a new search tool to help you find where the stimulus funds are being spent. The tool even allows you to filter out criteria by job type, size, and location. If your a contractor in need of work, this should be a great place to start!

See: Stimulus Work Search Tool

What do you think? Is anywhere getting too much money? Is anywhere getting not enough? Leave us a comment, we want to hear from you!


Eric is the Webmaster of JW Surety Bonds. With years of experience in the surety industry, he is also a contributing author to the surety bond blog.

4 Comments

Steven

This list is basically useless without all of the contact information like you see at fedbizopps.gov

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Administrator

Steven,

Unfortunately, the data set received from the government did not list contact information. I agree, that would be helpful! However, I think useless is a bit strong, as one can easily Google search jobs they are interested in.

The government site you posted is excellent, but lists more than just stimulus work. Also, we made sure to provide totals for each city. Certainly a feature that helps one find where the majority of the money being spent near them is going.

I will see if we can find contact information, but I am not very hopeful.

Let me know if you have other suggestions or just comments on the data.

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Laurie

Greetings, this is an amazing resource but I am wondering how you arrived at the current set of projects? Aren’t some of these projects at the proposal stage?

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Administrator

Laurie,

Thank you for the kind words.

As with anything for the government, there will likely be changes. This is the most up to date information we have at this time.

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