The 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, (ARRA), also referred to as the Federal Stimulus Plan or Recovery Act, was approved by Congress and signed into law by President Obama on February 17, 2009.

The stimulus initiative is designed to jump start the U.S. economy through federal spending on such programs as education, energy, health care, housing and transportation - investing in products and services that will put Americans to work, improving infrastructure and allowing for enhanced or continued research.

Stimulus funds are available to Auburn University from two sources:

Auburn University State Fiscal Stabilization Funding for the fiscal years 2010 & 2011:

Auburn Main Campus
Auburn Montgomery
Alabama Agriculture Experiment Station
Alabama Cooperative Extension System
Total Auburn Stabilization


Auburn ARRA Awards - SFSF and Competitive

Training Materials

ARRA Cumulative Summary for Auburn University

For the Month Ended ARRA $
Awarded (1)
Jobs (2)
December 31, 2013 $84,984,815.09 $84,297,245.54 $84,324,103.74 7.73

(1) Total reflects Awards reported by Auburn. Vendor awards are listed separately on Summary of Awards and are not included in totals above (approx. $1.2M)
(2) Jobs, as FTE's, calculated on a quarterly basis while all other numbers are cumulative.

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Last Updated: January 14, 2014

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