|CFO||Chief Financial Officer|
|DATA Act||Digital Accountability and Transparency Act of 2014|
|FPI||Federal Program Inventory|
|GAO||Government Accountability Office|
|GPRAMA||Government Performance and Results Modernization Act of 2010|
|NDAA||2021 National Defense Authorization Act|
|OMB||Office of Management and Budget|
|QIS||Quantum Information Science|
|STEM||Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics|
|3DEP||3D Elevation Program|
A.I. R&D/Quantum R&D Category – Programs with research and development funding in Artificial Intelligence (AI) or Quantum Information Science (QIS).
Beneficiaries – the intended populations served by the program.
Broadband Category – Programs that support broadband infrastructure deployment and broadband adoption/digital inclusion activities.
Common Program Elements – Agencies were instructed to select from a set of prepopulated lists one expenditure method, one mission/purpose, one or more recipients, and one or more beneficiaries.
Economic Development Category – Programs that directly support economic development through grants, cooperative agreements or similar financial assistance.
Expenditure Method – How a program distributes funding.
Flood Risk Category – Programs that provide Federal funding related to determining flood risk, including investments in the 3D Elevation Program (3DEP).
Fiscal Year (FY) – The period beginning October 1 and ending September 30.
Global Health Category – Programs that directly support and/or have the explicit goal of supporting human health-related activities in foreign countries.
HIV/AIDS Category – Domestic programs that provide funding for HIV/AIDS health care services and treatment, cash/housing assistance, prevention, and research.
Homelessness Category – Programs that are fully targeted to people experiencing homelessness and/or are at-risk of homelessness.
Mission/Purpose -the mission or purpose of the program.
Native American Category – Programs that benefit, in whole or in part, American Indians and Alaska Natives.
Obligation – A binding agreement that will result in outlays, immediately or in the future. Budgetary resources must be available before obligations can be incurred legally.
Opioid Epidemic Response Category – Programs that predominately address health-related prevention, treatment, recovery, and overdose death prevention of/from opioid use.
Program – a unique combination of an expenditure method and clearly delineated mission or purpose that has one or more recipients and beneficiaries.
Recipients – the immediate recipients of the funding.
STEM Education Category – Programs that provide formal or informal K-12 or post-secondary education primarily focused on STEM disciplines, topics, or issues.
Transportation Infrastructure Category – Department of Transportation programs that invest in the Nation’s surface, air, and water transportation infrastructure.
Workforce Development Category – Public-facing programs that impart skills, furnish information, or provide employment opportunities in furtherance of participants’ careers.
Note: The acronyms and definitions listed do not include acronyms or definitions of terms included in program name or program descriptions. The definitions on this website are for purposes of the pilot and are not to be considered Federal authoritative definitions or sources.