Click to learn more about the significant support to promote the development of information technology by healthcare institutions.
Click to learn more about the $69 million that the Small Business Administration (SBA) has received for a variety of new programs.
Click to learn more about the $40 million in stimulus funding for health information technology (HIT) research and other activities.
Learn more about a historic effort to improve health care nationwide that is being overseen by the Office of the National Coordinator
Click to learn more about the $250 million for “statewide data systems that include postsecondary and workforce information.”
Click to learn more about the tax-related provisions designed to promote the use of several kinds of bonds for public projects. Two of them are targeted specifically for school construction.
Click to learn more about the $4 billion worth of “Race to the Top” grants to improve education quality and student results statewide.
Click to learn more about the $650 million for competitive grants that it will award to school districts and non-profit groups with “a strong track record of results."
Learn more about the stimulus act which provides discounts to help schools and libraries purchase telecommunications services, Internet access and networking equipment.
Click to learn more about the $44 billion total is designed to help states restore their education budgets for fiscal 2009, 2010 and 2011 to the levels of fiscal 2008 or 2009, whichever was higher.