Idaho Information Related to the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act was intended to help save existing jobs and create new ones. Our job in Idaho's state government is to PROMOTE RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT, ENHANCE ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY, and EMPOWER IDAHOANS by providing the reasonable public and regulatory policies, essential infrastructure, educational opportunities, and government services upon which job-creating businesses rely. We have tried to ensure projects receiving stimulus funding advance those goals.
Idaho Funding Allocations
Idaho Department of Health and Welfare
|CFDA||Program||Amount Awarded||Total to Date||Total Available||# of Jobs||Status|
|93.729||Electronic Medical Records/immunization||1,500,000||1,500,000||0||0.00||Fully Completed|
|93.713||Child Care and Development Block Grant||11,946,497||11,946,497||0||0.00||Fully Completed|
|93.710||Community Services Block Grant||4,945,865||4,945,865||0||0.00||Fully Completed|
|93.717||Healthcare Associated Infections||508,462||380,843||127,619||0.00||Fully Completed|
|84.393||Infant and Toddler||2,689,423||2,689,423||0||0.00||Fully Completed|
|93.414||ARRA-State Primary Care Office||303,160||165,587||137,573||0.65|
|10.568||Food Stamp Administration||339,358||339,358||0||0.00||Fully Completed|
|16.801||Victims of Crime Act (VOCA)||601,000||600,813||187||0.00||Fully Completed|
|81.042||Dept. of Energy - Weatherization||37,303,978||37,303,978||0||0.00||Fully Completed|
|10.578||WIC Miscellaneous Technology Grants||2,556,978||2,556,978||0||0.00||Fully Completed|
|93.720||Ambulatory Surgical Center Healthcare||64,820||64,820||0||0.00||Fully Completed|
|93.725||Chronic Disease Self-Management||200,000||199,348||652||0.00||Fully Completed|
|93.723||Tobacco Prevention and Control||452,382||444,794||7,588||0.00||Fully Completed|
|93.723||Tobacco Prevention and Control||502,908||502,908||0||0.00||Fully Completed|
93.729 - Establish activities to support meaningful use of electronic health records through two-way communications between clinicians and national, state and local public health entities.
93.713 - This funding will provide economic stimulus to the
nation while furthering the ACF mission to promote the economic and
social well being of children, youth, families, and communities.
10.578 - To provide grants to WIC State agencies for Electronic Benefit Transfer projects and pilots to explore the feasibility both technical and financial of providing WIC benefits electronically. To provide grants to WIC State agencies and Indian Tribal Organizations (ITOs) to fund, implement, and evaluate innovative projects that improve WIC serve provision and impact the nutrition and health of WIC participants.
93.720 - a) Improve State Agency inspection capability and frequency for onsite surveys of Ambulatory Surgical Centers nationwide; (b) Use a new infection control survey tool developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and CMS; (c) Improve the survey process through the use of a CMS tracer methodology; and (d) Use multi-person teams for ASCs over a certain size or complexity.
93.723 - The ARRA funds are intended to reduce Chronic Disease risk factors, prevent and delay chronic disease, promote wellness, and better manage chronic conditions.
93.725 - The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (Recovery Act), signed into law February 17, 2009, is designed to stimulate economic recovery in various ways: to preserve and create jobs; to promote economic recovery; to assist those most impacted by the recession, to stabilize state, territorial and local government budgets to minimize and avoid reductions in essential services and counterproductive state, territorial, and local tax increases; to strengthen the Nation’s healthcare infrastructure; and to reduce healthcare costs through prevention activities.