Latest Programs and Updates
Treasury’s Office of Recovery Programs has developed a draft Learning Agenda, which identifies the important evaluation questions that can help Treasury 1) learn about how recovery programs can be implemented effectively and equitably; 2) identify and highlight the outcomes of recovery programs; and 3) share lessons about how to implement recovery programs during future economic crises. Treasury is seeking feedback on this Office of Recovery Programs draft Learning Agenda from a wide variety of stakeholders, including governments that are receiving Treasury funds, researchers, community organizations, program beneficiaries, and the public through targeted engagement sessions and a feedback webform.
The Office of Recovery Programs is providing self-resources to assist recipients of awards from its programs with questions about reporting, technical issues, eligible uses of funds, or other items. View a complete list of available self-service resources.
In total, the Treasury Department is responsible for managing over $1 trillion in American Rescue Plan programs and tax credits. Read about the impact of the first two years of the American Rescue Plan programs in the impact report.