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FEDERAL RELIEF PACKAGES FOR COVID-19Red: Direct benefit to individuals and/or community organizations
Green: Distributed to individuals and/or organizations through government entities
Notes: This information was compiled from source documents as linked to in the first column and Congressional documents. Much of this is summary information only - for additional details, refer to the bill or public law text and/or agency implementation guidance, including for dates of implementation and termination. Sections are generally in order of how they appear in each legislative package. Certain provisions have been lumped together or minor provisions omitted for expediency of navigating the lists.Disclaimer: The information herein has been compiled primarily from various documents and information from federal, state, and county sources. Summary information from government grantees, community-based organizations, and private sources with subject matter expertise has also been applied. Given the volume of information and new developments in a rapidly changing situation, new information is being applied on a regular basis. Should you have material to add or suggestions for correction, particularly regarding specific impacts of these items on Hawaiʻi, please email Olu Campbell at bocampbe@ksbe.edu.Education, Business, Health, Transportation, Government, Housing, Food Security, Workforce, Social Services, Tax, Economic Development, First Responders
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LINKS TO GOVERNMENT SUMMARY DOCUMENTSFEDERAL PACKAGES
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US Senate Cmte. on Appropriations (R) - CARES Funding Summaryhttps://www.appropriations.senate.gov/imo/media/doc/Coronavirus%20Supplemental%20Appropriations%20Summary_FINAL.pdf1 - P.L. 116-123, Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2020
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US Senate Cmte. on Appropriations (D) - CARES Funding Summaryhttps://www.appropriations.senate.gov/imo/media/doc/032520%20Title-By-Title%20Summary%20FINAL.pdf2 - P.L. 116-127, Families First Coronavirus Response Act
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US Senate Cmte. on Health, Education, Labor & Pensions - CAREShttps://www.help.senate.gov/imo/media/doc/CARES%20Section-by-Section%20FINAL.PDF3 - P.L. 116-136, Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act
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Updates from Senator Brian Schatz (D-HI)www.schatz.senate.gov/coronavirus. 3.5 - P.L. 116-139, Paycheck Protection Program and Health Care Enhancement Act
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Updates from Senator Mazie Hirono (D-HI)https://www.hirono.senate.gov/information-and-resources-about-coronavirus
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Updates from Rep. Ed Case (D-HI)https://case.house.gov/coronavirus/
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Updates from Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI)https://gabbard.house.gov/covid-19-response-information-and-resources
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US Dept. of Health & Human Services, Admin. for Native Americanshttps://www.acf.hhs.gov/ana/news/acf-native-american-covid-19-resources
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COVID PackageName of Federal ProgramDepartmentAgency$ ProvidedEligible EntitiesDescriptionLinkHawaii State Entities Receiving FundsAmount ReceivedTopic
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APPROPRIATIONS MEASURES IN COVID-19 RELIEF PACKAGES
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1 - Public Law 116-123FDA Salaries and ExpensesU.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)Food and Drug Administration (FDA)$61,000,000internal to FDAsupport to prevent, prepare for, and respond to coronavirus, domestically or internationally, including the development of necessary medical countermeasures and vaccines, advanced manufacturing for medical products, the monitoring of medical product supply chains, and related administrative activitieswww.fda.gov
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1 - Public Law 116-123Disaster Loans Program AccountSmall Business Administration (SBA)Small Business Administration (SBA)$20,000,000businesses of all sizes, private non-profit organizations, homeowners, and renterseconomic injury disaster loans under such section in response to the coronavirus; funding can also be transferred to and merged with SBA salaries and expenses; loans can be used to repair or replace the following items damaged or destroyed in a declared disaster: real estate, personal property, machinery and equipment, and inventory and business assetshttps://disasterloan.sba.gov/ela/Information/IndexBusiness
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1 - Public Law 116-123CDC-Wide Activities and Program SupportU.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)$2,200,000,000states, localities, territories, tribes, tribal organizations, urban Indian health organizations, or health service providers to tribessupport to prevent, prepare for, and respond to coronavirus, domestically or internationally; not less than $950M shall be for grants to or cooperative agreements with States, localities, territories, tribes, tribal organizations, urban Indian health organizations, or health service providers to tribes, to carry out surveillance, epidemiology, laboratory capacity, infection control, mitigation, communications, and other preparedness and response activities, with $475M allocated within 30 days enactment of this Act and $40M allocated to tribes, tribal organizations, urban Indian health organizations, or health service providers to tribeswww.cdc.govDepartment of Health$6,317,500 in Rapid funding, $1,000,000 in supplemental funding for Epidemiology and Laboratory Capacity for Infectious Disease (ELC)Health
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1 - Public Law 116-123National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) Program SupportU.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)National Institutes of Health (NIH)$836,000,000internal to NIAID and NIEHSsupport to prevent, prepare for, and respond to coronavirus, domestically or internationally; $10M shall be transferred to “National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences” for worker-based training to prevent and reduce exposure of hospital employees, emergency first responders, and other workers who are at risk of exposure to coronavirus through their work dutieswww.nih.govHealth
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1 - Public Law 116-123Public Health and Social Services Emergency FundU.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)Office of the Secretary$3,100,000,000internal to the Public Health fund; also for Federally-Qualified Health Centers - including those serving Native Hawaiians, those in Papa Ola Lokahi's networksupport to prevent, prepare for, and respond to coronavirus, domestically or internationally, including the development of necessary countermeasures and vaccines, prioritizing platform-based technologies with U.S.-based manufacturing capabilities, and the purchase of vaccines, therapeutics, diagnostics, necessary medical supplies, medical surge capacity, and related administrative activities; authority given for an additional $300M for additional related products as necessary; $100M shall be transferred to the Health Centers Programhttps://www.phe.gov/about/ofpa/Pages/phssef-operating-plan-2019.aspxDepartment of Health; community health centers; University of Hawaii has received funding for vaccine research in the past$878,342 to community health centers; not necessarily tied to this line - DOH received supplementary funding of $174,660 to current Hospital Preparedness Program Cooperative Agreement award of $1,272,454Health
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1 - Public Law 116-123Diplomatic ProgramsU.S. Department of StateAdministration of Foreign Affairs$264,000,000internal to Department of State functionsnecessary expenses to prevent, prepare for, and respond to coronavirus, including for maintaining consular operations, reimbursement of evacuation expenses, and emergency preparednesswww.state.govGovernment
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1 - Public Law 116-123Foreign Assistance ProgramsU.S. Department of StateU.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), DOS generally$986,000,000various global partners$435M for Global Health Programs, $300M for International Disaster Assistance, $250M for Economic Support Fundwww.usaid.govGovernment, Health
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2 - Public Law 116-127Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)Food and Nutrition Service$500,000,000states, which then make it available to low-income pregnant, breastfeeding, and non-breastfeeding postpartum women, and to infants and children up to age five who are found to be at nutritional risksupplemental foods, health care referrals, and nutrition education; up to $100M can be used for distributionhttps://www.fns.usda.gov/wicDepartment of Health: https://health.hawaii.gov/wic/Food Security, Health, Social Services
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2 - Public Law 116-127Grants to CNMI, PR, ASU.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)$100,000,000Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI), Puerto Rico, and American Samoagrants for nutrition assistanceFood Security, Health
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2 - Public Law 116-127Commodity Assistance Program - The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP)U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)Food and Nutrition Service$400,000,000states, which make food available to food banks, local non-profitsemergency food assistance at no cost; amount of food each state receives is based on number of unemployed persons and number of people with incomes below poverty; States provide the food to local agencies that they have selected, usually food banks, which in turn distribute the food to local organizations, such as soup kitchens and food pantries that directly serve the public; States also provide the food to other local organizations, such as community action agencies, which distribute foods directly to low-income householdshttps://www.fns.usda.gov/tefap/emergency-food-assistance-programDepartment of Labor$1,136,000Food Security, Social Services
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2 - Public Law 116-127Military Health SystemU.S. Department of Defense (DOD)Defense Health Program$82,000,000members of armed forces - active duty and retired - and their familiesdelivery of operational medicine to enhance the lethality of military forces and provide peacetime health care to active duty and retired U.S. military personnel and their familieshttps://comptroller.defense.gov/Portals/45/Documents/defbudget/fy2020/budget_justification/pdfs/09_Defense_Health_Program/Defense_Health_Program_FY2020_Budget_Estimates_March_2019.pdfGovernment, Health
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2 - Public Law 116-127Taxpayer ServicesU.S. Department of the TreasuryInternal Revenue Service (IRS)$15,000,000internal to IRSfunding to carry out tax-related portions of the billwww.irs.govGovernment, Tax
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2 - Public Law 116-127Indian Health ServiceU.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)Indian Health Service$64,000,000American Indians and Alaska Nativesfederal health services to American Indians and Alaska Nativeshttps://www.ihs.gov/Health
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2 - Public Law 116-127Older Americans Act, Aging and Disability Services ProgramsU.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)Administration for Community Living$250,000,000state and tribal entities which make services available to eligible individuals$160M for Home-Delivered Nutrition Services, $80M for Congregate Nutrition Services, and $10M for Nutrition Services for Native Americanshttps://acl.gov/Department of Health for some streams, Alu Like$1.2M for Native Hawaiian Kupuna including $400K for congregate nutrition, $800K for home food delivery, and $62K to Alu Like (also see CARES Act amount below - state does not specify which relief package)Food Security, Health, Social Services
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2 - Public Law 116-127Public Health and Social Services Emergency FundU.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)Office of the Secretary$1,000,000,000medical providers who test uninsured individualsNational Disaster Medical System reimbursement of provider costs associated with testing uninsured individualshttps://www.phe.gov/about/ofpa/Pages/phssef-operating-plan-2019.aspxHealth
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2 - Public Law 116-127Medical Services and Community Medical CareU.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)Veterans Health Administration$60,000,000eligible veterans through 1,255 health care facilities, including 170 medical centers and 1,074 outpatient sites of care of varying complexity (VHA outpatient clinics)health services for nine million veterans across the countryhttps://www.va.gov/health/Health
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3 - Public Law 116-136Paycheck Protection Program (PPP, 7(a) loan guarantees)Small Business Administration (SBA)Small Business Administration (SBA)$349,000,000,000small businesses, 501(c)(3) nonprofits, veteran's organizations, Tribal business concerns with not more than 500 employees; sole-proprietors, independent contractors, other self-employed individualsincrease in guarantee of loans to 100% through 12/31/20, various rules related to affiliates, 2/15/20-6/30/20 covered loan period, loan maximum of $10M with various allowable uses (payroll support, such as employee salaries, paid sick or medical leave, insurance premiums, and mortgage, rent, and utility payments), rules for participating lenders, waivers of various traditional loan application and loan requirements, loan interest rate cap of 4% (SBA subsequently made this 1%); includes loan forgiveness for certain expenses (payroll, rent, mortgage, utilities); see bill text for specificshttps://home.treasury.gov/cares and https://www.sba.gov/funding-programs/loans and https://home.treasury.gov/policy-issues/top-priorities/cares-act/assistance-for-small-businesses and https://www.sba.gov/offices/district/hi/honolulu/about-ushttps://content.sba.gov/sites/default/files/2020-04/PPP%20Report%20SBA%204.14.20%20%20-%20%20Read-Only.pdfAs of 4/13/20: 8,426 HI loans totaling $1,626,051,108; as of 4/17/20, 11,500 loans approved in HIBusiness
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3 - Public Law 116-136SBA Salaries and ExpensesSmall Business Administration (SBA)Small Business Administration (SBA)$675,000,000internal to SBAsupport for SBA salaries and expenseswww.sba.govGovernment, Business
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3 - Public Law 116-136Disaster Loans Program AccountSmall Business Administration (SBA)Small Business Administration (SBA)$562,000,000businesses of all sizes, private non-profit organizations, homeowners, and rentersdisaster loans under such section in response to the coronavirus; funding can also be transferred to and merged with SBA salaries and expenses; loans can be used to repair or replace the following items damaged or destroyed in a declared disaster: real estate, personal property, machinery and equipment, and inventory and business assetshttps://disasterloan.sba.gov/ela/Information/IndexBusiness
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3 - Public Law 116-136SBA Office of Inspector GeneralSmall Business Administration (SBA)Small Business Administration (SBA)$25,000,000internal to SBA IGsupport for SBA Inspector General activitieshttps://www.sba.gov/about-sba/oversight-advocacy/office-inspector-generalGovernment, Business
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3 - Public Law 116-136Entrepreneurial DevelopmentSmall Business Administration (SBA)Small Business Administration (SBA)$240,000,000business owners through SBA resource partnersadditional financial awards to resource partners (Small Business Development Centers and Women’s Business Centers) to provide counseling, training, and education on SBA resources and business resiliency to small business owners affected by COVID-19; authorizes SBA to develop a single online platform for federal resources to small business concernswww.sba.gov and https://www.sba.gov/offices/district/hi/honolulu/about-usBusiness
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3 - Public Law 116-136Minority Business Development CentersU.S. Department of Commerce (DOC)Minority Business Development Agency$10,000,000minority businesses through MBCs and Minority CoCsgrants to Minority Business Centers and Minority Chambers of Commerce for the purpose of providing counseling, training, and education on federal resources and business response to COVID-19 for small businesseshttps://www.mbda.gov/Business
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3 - Public Law 116-136Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL)Small Business Administration (SBA)Small Business Administration (SBA)$10,000,000,000small businesses or private, non-profits, expanded to Tribal businesses, cooperatives, and ESOPs with fewer than 500 employees or any individual operating as a sole proprietor or an independent contractorup to $2M of financial assistance (actual loan amounts are based on amount of economic injury) to small businesses or private, non-profit organizations that suffer substantial economic injury as a result of the declared disaster, regardless of whether the applicant sustained physical damage; see bill text for specificshttps://www.govloans.gov/loans/loan-details/1504Business
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3 - Public Law 116-136Loan SubsidiesSmall Business Administration (SBA)Small Business Administration (SBA)$17,000,000,000small businesses, 501(c)(3) nonprofits, veteran's organizations, Tribal business concerns with not more than 500 employees; sole-proprietors, independent contractors, other self-employed individualspayments for principal, interest, and any associated fees owed on 7(a) loans, 504 loans, or microloan products for a six month period starting on next payment due date; loan already on deferment will receive six months of payment beginning with first payment after deferral period; loans made up until six months after enactment will also receive full 6 months of loan payments; PPP loans are not covered (see above)https://www.sba.gov/funding-programs/loansBusiness
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3 - Public Law 116-136PPP Program Management AuthorityU.S. Department of the Treasury, Farm Credit Administration, othersU.S. Department of the Treasury, Farm Credit Administration, others$25,000,000internal to federal financial regulatory agenciesauthority provided to Treasury, FCA and other federal financial regulatory agencies to authorize bank and nonbank lenders to participate, including insured credit union loans under the PPPhttps://home.treasury.gov/
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3 - Public Law 116-136Secondary Market Guarantee SalesSmall Business Administration (SBA)Small Business Administration (SBA)$100,000,000,000certain lenders with SBA loanssupport for active secondary market for loans backed by SBA (lenders can sell the guaranteed portion of an SBA loan, increasing liquidity and enabling the issuing of more loans)https://www.sba.gov/partners/lenders/7a-loan-program/7a-secondary-marketBusiness
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3 - Public Law 116-136Secondary Market Guarantee SalesSmall Business Administration (SBA)Small Business Administration (SBA)$25,000,000internal to SBAsupport for SBA to offer resources and services in the 10 most commonly spoken languages other than Englishwww.sba.govGovernment, Business
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3 - Public Law 116-136Short-Time Compensation - StatesU.S. Department of Labor (DOL)U.S. Department of Labor (DOL)$100,000,000statesgrants to states to implement “short-time compensation” programs, where employers reduce employee hours instead of laying off workers and the employees with reduced hours; also support (50%) for states to begin such programswww.dol.gov and https://stc.workforcegps.org/Assuming Department of Labor and Industrial RelationsBusiness, Workforce
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3 - Public Law 116-136Inspector General OversightU.S. Department of Labor (DOL)Office of the Inspector General$25,000,000internal to DOL OIGsupport to carry out audits, investigations, and other oversight of CARES provisionshttps://www.oig.dol.gov/Government, Workforce
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3 - Public Law 116-136Supplemental Awards for Health CentersU.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) $1,320,000,000health centerssupplemental funding to community health centers www.hrsa.gov14 health centers in HI$10,037,995 from HRSA awardedHealth
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3 - Public Law 116-136Emergency COVID-19 Support for Agricultural ProducersU.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)Office of the Secretary$9,500,000,000agricultural producers including producers for specialty crops, local food systems, and livestockfunding to support agricultural producers impacted by COVID-19https://www.usda.gov/Food Security
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3 - Public Law 116-136Audits and InvestigationsU.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)Office of the Inspector General$750,000internal to USDAfunding for conducting audits and investigations of projects and activities carried out with the supplemental funding provided in response to coronavirushttps://www.usda.gov/oig/Government, Food Security
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3 - Public Law 116-136Health Inspections - Revenue Shortfall ReliefU.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service$55,000,000internal to APHIS coverage of salary expenses to offset decrease in user fee revenue caused by business disruptionshttps://www.aphis.usda.gov/aphis/home/ and HI: https://www.aphis.usda.gov/aphis/resources/pests-diseases/hungry-pests/pest-tracker/states/hawaiiGovernment, Food Security
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3 - Public Law 116-136Agriculture Marketing - Revenue Shortfall ReliefU.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)Agricultural Marketing Service$45,000,000internal to AMScoverage of salary expenses to offset decrease in user fee revenue caused by business disruptionshttps://www.ams.usda.gov/Government, Food Security
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3 - Public Law 116-136Food Safety and Inspection ServiceU.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)Food Safety and Inspection Service$33,000,000internal to FSISsupport for staffing and overtime expenses for FSIS inspectors at federally inspected slaughter facilitieshttps://www.fsis.usda.gov/wps/portal/fsis/home and HI: https://www.fsis.usda.gov/wps/wcm/connect/83e47b2f-0d7a-4b07-beee-7f90293ed39b/HI.pdf?MOD=AJPERESGovernment, Food Security
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3 - Public Law 116-136Farm Service AgencyU.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)Farm Service Agency$3,000,000internal to FSAsupport for temporary staff and overtime costs resulting from increased volume of applications in response to coronavirushttps://www.fsa.usda.gov/ and HI: https://www.fsa.usda.gov/state-offices/Hawaii/indexGovernment, Food Security
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3 - Public Law 116-136Business and Industry Loan Guarantees U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)Rural Development, Rural Business Cooperative Service$20,500,000certain business ownerssubsidy to make $1 billion in lending authority available for the program, which provides much-needed financing to business owners that might not be able to qualify for a loan on their ownUSDA B&I SiteBusiness
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3 - Public Law 116-136ReConnect (Broadband)U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)Rural Development $100,000,000cooperatives, non-profits, or mutual associations; for-profits or LLCs, States/local governments or any instrumentality thereof, U.S. territory, Indian tribegrants for the costs of construction, improvement, or acquisition of facilities and equipment needed to provide broadband service in eligible rural areas https://www.usda.gov/reconnectBusiness, Education, Health, Economic Development
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3 - Public Law 116-136Distance Learning, Telemedicine, and Broadband ProgramU.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)Rural Development $25,000,000states, local governments, tribes, nonprofits, for profits, consortiaadditional funding for the DLT grant program, which supports rural communities’ access to telecommunications-enabled information, audio, and video equipment, as well as related advanced technologies for students, teachers, and medical professionalshttps://www.rd.usda.gov/programs-services/distance-learning-telemedicine-grantsBusiness, Education, Health
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3 - Public Law 116-136Child Nutrition ProgramsU.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)Food and Nutrition Service$8,800,000,000schools, non-profits, various centersadditional funding for food purchases and demonstration projects to increase flexibility for schoolshttps://www.fns.usda.gov/cnDepartment of EducationFood Security, Education, Social Services
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3 - Public Law 116-136Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)Food and Nutrition Service$15,510,000,000individuals through state agenciesadditional funding for SNAP to cover waiver authorities granted in Families First package and anticipated increases in participation as a result of coronavirushttp://humanservices.hawaii.gov/bessd/snap/Department of Human ServicesGovernor's office estimates HI will receive $130M for SNAPFood Security, Social Services
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3 - Public Law 116-136Food Distribution on Indian ReservationsU.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)Food and Nutrition Service$100,000,000low-income households through tribal organizationsadditional funding for low-income households living on Indian reservations and participating Indian Tribal Organizationshttps://www.fns.usda.gov/fdpir/food-distribution-program-indian-reservationsFood Security, Social Services
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3 - Public Law 116-136Nutrition Assistance for the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, American SamoaU.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)Food and Nutrition Service$200,000,000individuals through CNMI, PR, AS governmentsadditional funding for US territories that cannot access SNAP; in addition to annual block grant fundingwww.fns.usda.govFood Security, Social Services
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3 - Public Law 116-136The Emergency Food Assistance ProgramU.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)Food and Nutrition Service$450,000,000individuals through community partners such as food banksadditional funding for commodities and distribution of emergency food assistance through community partners, including food bankshttps://www.fns.usda.gov/tefap/emergency-food-assistance-program and http://labor.hawaii.gov/ocs/service-programs-index/federal-food-assistance-programs/tefap/Department of Labor$1,278,000Food Security, Social Services
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3 - Public Law 116-136Foreign Agricultural ServiceU.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)Foreign Agricultural Service$4,000,000internal to FASadditional funding to cover the cost of repatriating FAS employees stationed abroadhttps://www.fas.usda.gov/Government
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3 - Public Law 116-136Food and Drug Administration (FDA)U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)Food and Drug Administration (FDA)$80,000,000various medical supply chainsadditional funding to support the development of necessary medical countermeasures and vaccines, advance domestic manufacturing for medical products, and monitor medical product supply chainswww.fda.govHealth
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3 - Public Law 116-136Commodity Credit CorporationU.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)Commodity Credit Corporation$14,000,000,000various farm producersreplenishment of borrowing authorityhttps://www.usda.gov/cccBusiness, Food Security
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3 - Public Law 116-136Economic Development Administration (EDA)U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC)Economic Development Administration (EDA)$1,500,000,000states and communitieseconomic development grants for states and communities suffering economic injury as a result of the coronaviruswww.eda.govvarious EDA grants have gone to HI governmental entities through the yearsGovernment, Economic Development
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3 - Public Law 116-136Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP)U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC)National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
$50,000,000MEP centersdistributions among the 51 MEP centers to help small- and medium-sized manufacturers recover from the economic impacts of coronavirus; waiver of statutory cost-match requirements for all FY2020 fundinghttps://www.nist.gov/mepDepartment of Business, Economic Development, and Tourism$132,000Business
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3 - Public Law 116-136National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC)National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
$6,000,000internal to NIST, NIST granteescontinuity of operations during the coronavirus public-health emergency, including research and measurement science activities to improve coronavirus testing capabilities and support development of coronavirus diagnosticswww.nist.govGovernment, Business
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3 - Public Law 116-136National Institute for Innovation in Manufacturing Biopharmaceuticals (NIIMBL) U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC)National Institute for Innovation in Manufacturing Biopharmaceuticals (NIIMBL) $10,000,000internal to NIIMBLimprovements in national readiness and domestic biopharmaceutical manufacturing capabilitywww.commerce.govHealth, Government
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3 - Public Law 116-136National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC)National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)$20,000,000internal to NOAAcontinuity of mission- critical operations during the coronavirus public-health emergency, including National Weather Service life and property related serviceswww.noaa.govGovernment
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3 - Public Law 116-136Financial Assistance to FisheriesU.S. Department of Commerce (DOC)U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC)$300,000,000fishers, fishery participants, fishing communitiesdirect financial assistance to all manner of fishers, fishery participants, and communities that have been affected by the coronaviruswww.commerce.govFood Security, Business
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3 - Public Law 116-136Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ)Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)$20,000,000internal to FBIsupport for the safe return of law enforcement stationed abroad due to coronavirus global impacts; personal protective equipment and necessary supplies; clean work environments; and enhanced telework capabilitieswww.fbi.govGovernment, First Responders
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3 - Public Law 116-136Drug Enforcement of Administration (DEA)U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ)Drug Enforcement of Administration (DEA)$15,000,000internal to DEAsupport for the safe return of law enforcement stationed abroad due to coronavirus global impacts; personal protective equipment and necessary supplies; clean work environments; and enhanced telework capabilitieswww.dea.govGovernment, First Responders
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3 - Public Law 116-136US MarshalsU.S. Department of Justice (DOJ)US Marshals$15,000,000internal to US Marshalssupport for the safe return of law enforcement stationed abroad due to coronavirus global impacts; personal protective equipment and necessary supplies; clean work environments; and enhanced telework capabilitieshttps://www.usmarshals.gov/Government, First Responders
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3 - Public Law 116-136US AttorneysU.S. Department of Justice (DOJ)US Attorneys$3,000,000internal to US Attorneyssupport for enhanced telework capabilitieshttps://www.justice.gov/usaoGovernment, First Responders
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3 - Public Law 116-136Bureau of PrisonsU.S. Department of Justice (DOJ)Bureau of Prisons$100,000,000internal to BOPfunding for Correctional Officer overtime; personal protective equipment and supplies related to coronavirus; clean work and living environments; and inmate medical care and supplies related to coronaviruswww.bop.govGovernment, First Responders
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3 - Public Law 116-136Justice Information Sharing TechnologyU.S. Department of Justice (DOJ)Chief Information Officer$2,000,000internal to DOJfunding for enhanced departmental telework capabilitieshttps://www.justice.gov/doj/page/file/1246586/downloadGovernment, First Responders
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3 - Public Law 116-136Office of the Inspector GeneralU.S. Department of Justice (DOJ)Office of the Inspector General$2,000,000internal to OIGaudits of funds appropriated for coronavirus, and for enhanced telework capabilitieshttps://oig.justice.gov/Government, First Responders
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3 - Public Law 116-136Byrne JAG GrantsU.S. Department of Justice (DOJ)Bureau of Justice Assistance$850,000,000states, local governments, tribessupport for criminal justice needs related to coronavirus, including overtime for state, local, and tribal officers; personal protective equipment and supplies; and medical needs and other supplies for inmates in state, local, and tribal prisons, jails, and detention centershttps://bja.ojp.gov/program/jag/overviewAttorney General, counties$3,642,919 to state/Attorney General and $1,890,000 to countiesGovernment, First Responders
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3 - Public Law 116-136RAPID GrantsNational Science Foundation (NSF)National Science Foundation (NSF)$76,000,000researcherssupport for ongoing RAPID grant response to coronavirus, which will support near real-time research at the cellular, physiological, and ecological levels to better understand coronavirus; also for administration of RAPID grantshttps://www.nsf.gov/pubs/policydocs/pappguide/nsf09_1/gpg_2.jsp#IID1
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3 - Public Law 116-136NASA Safety, Security, Mission SupportNational Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)$60,000,000internal to NASAsupport for NASA with resources for operational adjustments associated with mission delays caused by NASA center closures related to coronaviruswww.nasa.govGovernment
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3 - Public Law 116-136Legal Services CorporationLegal Services CorporationLegal Services Corporation$50,000,000low-income Americansfunds to respond to increased need for legal services due to coronaviruswww.lsc.govSocial Services
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3 - Public Law 116-136Defense Industrial BaseU.S. Department of Defense (DOD)Defense Logistics Agency (DLA)$2,450,000,000internal to DOD, provision of materials to various medical providers$1.45B for the Defense Working Capital Funds as the DLA and military services work to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on production lines, supply chain, military depots, and labs; $1B for the Defense Production Act to increase access to materials necessary for national security and pandemic recovery https://www.dla.mil/Government, Health
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3 - Public Law 116-136Medical Care and CountermeasuresU.S. Department of Defense (DOD)Defense Health Program$1,800,000,000eligible military members, dependents, and retirees through DODsupport to address increased health care cases for eligible military members, dependents, and retirees; and to procure additional medical equipment; as well as for the procurement of physical protective equipment for medical personnel and disease response https://health.mil/About-MHS/OASDHA/Defense-Health-AgencyGovernment, Health
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3 - Public Law 116-136Military Health SystemU.S. Department of Defense (DOD)Defense Health Program$1,600,000,000internal to defense health systemexpansion of military treatment facilities to ensure maximum capacity of the direct care system, and to procure expeditionary hospital packages https://health.mil/About-MHS/OASDHA/Defense-Health-AgencyGovernment, Health
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3 - Public Law 116-136DiagnosticsU.S. Department of Defense (DOD)Defense Health Program$415,000,000internal to DODdevelopment of vaccines, anti-virals, 24/7 lab operations and the procurement of diagnostic tests https://health.mil/About-MHS/OASDHA/Defense-Health-AgencyGovernment, Health
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3 - Public Law 116-136Non-Medical Protective Equipment and Other SuppliesU.S. Department of Defense (DOD)Defense Logistics Agency (DLA)$627,800,000internal to DODprocurement of pharmaceuticals and physical protection equipment by the military Services for installations, ships, first responders, and for biohazard mitigationwww.dod.govGovernment, Health
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3 - Public Law 116-136National Guard SupportU.S. Department of Defense (DOD)National Guard$1,500,000,000DOD, states, territoriessupport for emergency deployments of Guard personnelhttps://www.nationalguard.mil/Government
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3 - Public Law 116-136DOD OperationsU.S. Department of Defense (DOD)U.S. Department of Defense (DOD)$713,600,000internal to DODmedical supplies and physical protection equipment on installations and ships; deployment of USS COMFORT and USNS MERCY; increased operations and deployment scheduleswww.dod.govGovernment, Health
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3 - Public Law 116-136IT Equipment for DODU.S. Department of Defense (DOD)Chief Information Officer (CIO)$300,000,000internal to DODprocurement of IT equipment and increase in bandwidthhttps://dodcio.defense.gov/Government
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3 - Public Law 116-136Private Sector Care for Defense HealthU.S. Department of Defense (DOD)Defense Health Program$1,100,000,000certain private medical providers for DOD-related individualsadditional shortfalls in Defense Private Sector Care https://health.mil/About-MHS/OASDHA/Defense-Health-AgencyHealth
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3 - Public Law 116-136Office of the Inspector GeneralU.S. Department of Defense (DOD)Office of the Inspector General$20,000,000internal to DODadditional personnel to conduct audits and evaluations of COVID-19 emergency funding https://www.dodig.mil/Government, Health
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3 - Public Law 116-136Army Corps of EngineersU.S. Department of Defense (DOD)U.S. Army$70,000,000Corps projects through USACE$50M to support Emergency Operations Centers and emergency operations in Corps districts to ensure the continuous operation of Corps projects across the country related to coronavirus prevention, preparation, and response; $20M to support remote access, teleworking, and leave requirements related to coronavirus prevention, preparation, and responsehttps://www.usace.army.mil/Government, Health
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3 - Public Law 116-136Water and Related Resources, Policy and AdministrationU.S. Department of the Interior (DOI)Bureau of Reclamation$20,600,000internal to BOR$12.5M to support remote access, teleworking, cleaning and disinfection of facilities; incident management and liability; and medical services and equipment related to coronavirus prevention, preparation, and response; $8.1M to support remote access, teleworking, cleaning and disinfection of facilities; incident management and liability; and medical services and equipment related to coronavirus prevention, preparation, and responsewww.usbr.govGovernment
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3 - Public Law 116-136Office of ScienceU.S. Department of Energy (DOE)Office of Science$99,500,000internal to DOE, Office of Science granteessupport for operations of the national laboratory scientific user facilities, including equipment, enabling technologies, and personnel to support research and development efforts related to coronavirushttps://www.energy.gov/science/office-scienceGovernment
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3 - Public Law 116-136Departmental Administration for DOEU.S. Department of Energy (DOE)U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)$28,000,000internal to DOE support for remote access, teleworking, and operations for DOE employees related to coronavirus prevention, preparation, and responsewww.energy.govGovernment
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3 - Public Law 116-136Internal Revenue Service (IRS)U.S. Department of the TreasuryInternal Revenue Service (IRS)$250,000,000internal to IRSsupport for taxpayer services in the extended filing season, and to address the cost of implementation of the Families First Coronavirus Response Actwww.irs.govGovernment, Tax
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3 - Public Law 116-136Emergency Relief and Taxpayer ProtectionsU.S. Department of the TreasuryExchange Stabilization Fund$500,000,000,000airline industry and partners; other businesses, states, and municipalitiesloans, loan guarantees, and other investments: direct lending of $25B for passenger air carriers, ticket agents, and eligible certified businesses approved to perform inspection, repair, replace, or overhaul services; direct lending of $4B for air cargo carriers; $17B for businesses important to maintaining national security; $454B in support of the Federal Reserve’s lending facilities to eligible businesses, states, and municipalities (not used for direct lending); implementation of special 13(3) facility through the Federal Reserve targeted specifically at nonprofit organizations and businesses between 500 and 10,000 employees, subject to additional loan criteria and obligations on the recipienthttps://home.treasury.gov/policy-issues/international/exchange-stabilization-fundBusiness, Government, Transportation
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3 - Public Law 116-136Air Carrier Worker SupportU.S. Department of Transportation (DOT)Federal Aviation Administration$32,100,000,000aviation workersfinancial assistance for the exclusive use of employee wages, salaries, and benefits in the amounts of up to $25 billion for passenger air carriers, up to $4 billion for cargo air carriers, and up to $3 billion for airline contractors; $100 million for administrative fees associated with providing the financial assistance; specifies procedures for providing payroll support; recipients must enter into an agreement with the Secretary of the Treasury that it will not conduct furloughs, reduce pay rates, buy back stock, pay dividends and meet other requirements until 9/30/20; prohibits the Secretary of the Treasury from making conditions of financial assistance to force a carrier's or contractor's implementation of measures to enter into collective bargaining negotiations; makes financial assistance dependent upon compensation limits, where recipient has entered into a binding agreement with the Secretary of the Treasury, no officer or employee of the air carrier or contractor whose total compensation exceeded $425,000 in calendar year 2019 (other than an employee whose compensation is determined through an existing collective bargaining agreement entered into prior to enactment of this Act); freezes pay above $425,000 for two years and prohibits retirement or severance packages from exceeding twice the maximum total compensation during 2019; prohibits officers or employees who received total compensation of $3M in 2019 from receiving in excess of $3M and 50% of the excess over $3M of total 2019 compensation (salary, bonuses, awards of stock, and other financial benefits) www.faa.govBusiness, Transportation, Workforce
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3 - Public Law 116-136Coronavirus Relief FundU.S. Department of the TreasuryU.S. Department of the Treasury$150,000,000,000states, territories, tribal governments$150B to States, Territories, and Tribal governments to use for expenditures incurred due to the public health emergency with respect to COVID-19 in the face of revenue declines, allocated by population proportions, with a minimum of $1.25B for states with relatively small populationswww.treasury.govExecutive Office of the State of HIHI to receive total of $1.25B; received $625,000,000 4/15/20; balance of $242,000,000 expected to be wired 4/24/20; remainder or $383,000,000 directly to City and County of Honolulu; Star-Adv 5/12/20: "Lawmakers are earmarking some of that money the state received for the neighbor island counties, including $80 million for Hawaii County, $66.5 million for Maui County and $28.7 million for Kauai. Ige said Monday he agrees with that part of their plan."Government
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3 - Public Law 116-136Supreme CourtThe JudiciarySupreme Court$500,000internal to Supreme Courtsupport for Supreme Court to expand its capacity for staff to work remotely and continue mission critical activitieswww.supremecourt.govGovernment
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3 - Public Law 116-136Federal CourtsThe JudiciaryFederal Courts$7,000,000internal to Federal Courts$6M for increased costs for pretrial and probation services, including substance abuse treatment and drug testing, and to expand capacity for Judiciary staff to work remotely; includes an administrative provision to allow Federal courts that would be materially impacted by the coronavirus to use video teleconferencing for certain criminal proceedings; $1M for Judiciary to expand its capacity for Defender Services staff to work remotely and continue representing clients without disruptionhttps://www.uscourts.gov/about-federal-courtsGovernment
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3 - Public Law 116-136District of ColumbiaDistrict of ColumbiaDistrict of Columbia$5,000,000internal to DCsupport to address increased costs for emergency planning and security in the District of Columbiawww.dc.govGovernment