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Assistance for 93.048: Special Programs for the Aging_Title IV_and Title II_Discretionary Projects
(FY 2000-2015)

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Summary


Obligated Federal amount: $700,559,487
Total number of recipients: 735
Total number of transactions: 3,622
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Top 5 Known Congressional Districts where Recipients are Located Known Congressional District help link

District of Columbia nonvoting (Eleanor Holmes Norton)$109,417,477
New York 21 (Michael R. McNulty / Paul Tonko / William L. Owens / Elise M. Stefanik)$13,104,279
Michigan 8 (Debbie Stabenow / Mike Rogers / Mike Bishop)$12,654,490
Minnesota 4 (Bruce F. Vento / Betty McCollum)$12,393,505
Georgia 5 (John Lewis)$10,770,406
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Top 10 Recipients

THE FUND FOR AGING SERVICES, INC. (in NY, no D&B)$19,552,127
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF AREA AGENCIES ON AGIN (D&B # 081075384)$17,406,683
National Council on Aging (D&B # 074838848)$12,574,435
New York State Office for the Aging (D&B # 132228052)$10,094,602
MN ST BOARD ON AGING (D&B # 187595108)$9,269,127
Hawkeye Valley Area Agency on Aging (D&B # 087271656)$8,812,366
GA ST COMMISSION ON AGING (D&B # 135971005)$8,054,519
IA ST DEPARTMENT OF ELDER AFFAIRS (in IA, no D&B)$7,943,839
National Council on Aging (in DC, no D&B)$6,771,410
ALZHEIMERS ASSOCIATION (D&B # 053445532)$6,719,703
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Recipient Type

Nonprofits$285,304,804
Government$271,131,440
For Profits$52,829,703
Higher Education$47,708,825
Other$43,584,715
Individuals$0

 

Assistance Type

Grants and Cooperative Agreements$700,559,487
Other$0
Loans (both direct and guaranteed)$0
Insurance$0
Direct Payments (both specified and unrestricted)$0

 

Top 5 Programs

93.048: Special Programs for the Aging_Title IV_and Title II_Discretionary Projects$700,559,487

 

Top 5 Agencies Providing Assistance

Administration on Aging$414,016,480
Immediate Office of the Secretary of Health and Human Services$286,543,007

 

Trend

Bar chart: in table form below

2000$27,587,059
2001$36,752,256
2002$77,367,506
2003$38,728,051
2004$43,678,091
2005$52,818,153
2006$9,611,891
2007$37,732,505
2008$48,058,071
2009$57,185,944
2010$70,758,533
2011$65,733,298
2012$37,756,318
2013$34,355,744
2014$31,361,964
2015$31,074,103

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This search was done on February 23, 2017.

The assistance database is compiled from government data last released on 06/15/2016

The data were obtained from an augmented version of FAADS (the Federal Assistance Award Data System) provided by usaspending.gov.