Review the total number of grants and the total number of grant dollars awarded by each HHS OPDIV or STAFFDIV in a fiscal year (1995-Present).
Review grant data by recipient class. HHS awards grants to recipient classes such as private businesses, all levels of government, non-profits, and international entities.
HHS awards grants classified by four major activity types: Research, Services, Training, and Other.
Review grant awards made to state governments. In FY 2015 the majority (85%) were Medicaid payments of $360B awarded by HHS to state governments.
Review grant awards made to foreign and international entities. In FY 2016, HHS awarded approximately $1B in grants to 105 countries across 6 continents.
Discretionary grants are awarded to a range of recipients, including social services entities, school boards, planning groups, and Indian tribes.
Federal grants to assist state and local governments with a variety of purposes, such as community development, social services, public health, or law enforcement.
HHS awards grants to colleges, elementary and secondary schools, and training providers.
Hospitals, health departments, nursing homes and doctors are among many healthcare recipients.
Profit, non-profit, research, and financial businesses receive grants from HHS.
See grants for which the dollar value has been changed since the start of the current Fiscal Year.
Review grants for which the dollar value has been changed since the start of the current month.
Did You Know?
Over $1.6 Trillion
In FY 2020, HHS awarded approximately $726.1 billion inand $901.5 billion in .
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. Congress appropriated funds in early 2020. Approximately $263.7 billion in HHS emergency funds were made possible through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act and other supplemental legislation.
HHS uses TAGGS as its source to collect Financial Assistance Data. Most of the TAGGS data is incorporated on the USASpending website in accordance with the Digital Accountability and Transparency Act of 2014 (DATA Act).
Top Five States By Award Total
In FY2020, the top five states with the highest award totals were Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Indiana, California, and South Carolina. These totals include both discretionary and non-discretionary. The award totals are net dollars.
Top Assistance Listing
In FY 2020, CMS’ Medical Assistance Program (93.778) was the top assistance listing at approximately $460 billion.