Tennessee Resiliency Plan Data Dashboard

Under the American Rescue Plan Act, the State of Tennessee received $3.725 billion in funds awarded via the US Treasury “State Fiscal Recovery Fund” (“SFRF”). The availability of one-time SFRF funds presents a significant opportunity for Tennessee to: (i) Continue its response to the COVID-19 pandemic and its secondary effects; (ii) Invest in initiatives that support a strong economic recovery; (iii) Strengthen state fiscal stability. Under the SFRF program, funds must be used for costs incurred on or after March 3, 2021. Further, funds must be obligated by December 31, 2024, and expended by December 31, 2026. This time period, during which recipients can expend SFRF funds, is the “period of performance.”

The data shown here includes the SFRF project allocations, obligations, and expenditures by State Agency and project in Tennessee. Data can be filtered to show allocations, obligations, and expenditures by State Agency, Project, and County either by selecting a row in either table or a County on the map. “Statewide Budgeted Amount” are the funds allocated to each project and the aggregate allocation to their respective State Agency. “Obligations” are an order placed for property and services and entering into contracts, subawards, and similar transactions that require payment. “Expenditures” are the amount of funds that have been spent for a project. The dashboard will be updated quarterly in accordance with Treasury’s reporting requirements.

For more information regarding the American Rescue Plan Act State Fiscal Recovery Fund plans, please see the Tennessee Resiliency Plan (TRP)