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Grants and Funding: Funded Awards

Search for grants and funding opportunities or research previously funded projects. Coverage includes governmental agencies and private funders.

NIH RePorter

Search NIH-funded grants and contracts viaRePORTER. RePORTER includes budget information, research results and products, including patents and publications. Data from 1985 to the present are available.  RePORTER includes maps, charts, and geographic distribution of NIH funds, illustrates NIH investment across scientific concepts, and highlights emerging trends.  RePORTER replaces the CRISP database in September 2009.


This site was created to provide raw data for those who would like to conduct detailed analyses of the research projects found in RePORTER or load these records into their own data systems. These data are drawn from multiple sources and are provided to the public in the spirit of transparency even though the data, and any analyses derived from them, cannot be considered an official report of the NIH or any of the other federal agencies whose records can be found in RePORTER. The information in these files has been gathered from multiple systems and databases. As a result, there are likely to be errors in these data and RePORTER is under continuous improvement to eliminate them. To help us in this effort, we encourage you to report errors that we have not yet found to In this beta release, there may be frequent updates and changes to the site and data. - NSF & NASA Research Spending & Results is a partnership of federal research-oriented grant making agencies (NSF, NASA, Defense Research Agencies, and USDA/CSREES ). NSF and NASA award information includes: amount and recipient, awardee location and research location, abstract, citations of journals published

USA Spending


​​The Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act of 2006 (FFATA) was signed into law on September 26, 2006. The legislation required that federal contract, grant, loan, and other financial assistance awards of more than $25,000 be displayed on a searchable, publicly accessible website,, to give the American public access to information on how their tax dollars are being spent. As a matter of discretion, also displays certain federal contract​s of more than $3,000. The initial site went live in 2007.

Federal agencies are required to report the name of the entity receiving the award, the amount of the award, the recipient’s location, the place of performance location, as well as other information. In 2008, FFATA was amended by the Government Funding Transparency Act to require prime recipients to report details on their first-tier sub-recipients for awards made as of October 1, 2010.

In February 2014, the Office of Management and Budget designated the Department of Treasury responsible for operating and supporting Treasury’s Bureau of the Fiscal Service is administering this responsibility on behalf of Treasury. The Bureau of the Fiscal Service relaunched in March 2015 with improvements to the site’s usability, presentation, and search, including a re-organization of how the data is presented. For example, the major data components are the Spending Map, theAgency Profiles, and the State/Territory Summaries. For more information on these components, see What You Can Do On T​he Site.

Read the full legislation. Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act 

Read the Amendment. Government Funding and Transparency Act