Today, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) launched the Federal Program Inventory (FPI) – a new comprehensive, searchable tool with critical information about all Federal programs that provide grants, loans, or direct payments to individuals, governments, firms or other organizations. The FPI demonstrates how the Biden-Harris Administration is delivering for the American people by making it easier for potential beneficiaries to find the programs they need and ensuring the effective stewardship of taxpayer funds.  Today’s launch of the FPI will further increase government transparency and accessibility and fulfills Congressional mandates to create and publicly post an inventory.   

The FPI allows members of the public, oversight bodies, Congressional stakeholders, and other interested parties to explore Federal programs – including their objectives, applicant eligibility, and both estimated and actual program spending. Users will also be able to explore programs via search, allowing them to filter across categories, agencies, types of assistance, and types of eligible applicant to build a custom list of programs. Users will be able to explore related programs across over 100 granular sub-categories.

The inventory leverages existing Government data sources, including and, to create an easy-to-use website for accessing program information. While exploring individual programs, users can quickly access detailed information about a program’s spending, including specific awards and recipients via, as well as available grant opportunities via

OMB is eager to hear your feedback on our tool and ways to strengthen it in future FPI releases. Please provide any feedback via

This tool serves a critical step towards increasing the transparency of federal operations and spending. Grounded in a vision of an equitable, effective, and accountable government that delivers results for all Americans, OMB will work with stakeholders to iteratively improve the FPI.  This work will include working with Agencies to ensure that each of the programs listed are consistent with other authoritative sources of Federal assistance programs and for each of those programs making available more information including additional performance information.

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