Programmatic Information Warehouse

Funds by Federal Department For Distribution Among Sandy-Affected States ($Millions)

Army Corps of Engineers

Agency Bureau/AccountFunding Amount Description
Corps of Engineers-Civil/Investigations $50,000,000 $29,500,000 – expedite and complete ongoing flood and storm damage reduction studies in areas impacted by Hurricane Sandy $20,000,000 – conduct a comprehensive study to address the flood risks of vulnerable coastal populations in areas affected by Hurricane Sandy $500,000 –evaluate existing projects constructed by the Corps and impacted by Hurricane Sandy
Agency Bureau/AccountFunding Amount Description
Corps of Engineers/Construction $3,461,000,000 To rehabilitate, repair and construct United States Army Corps of Engineers projects; $2,902,000,000 to reduce  future flood risks in ways that will support long-term sustainability of the coastal ecosystem and communities and reduce the economic costs and risks associated with large-scale flood and storm events
Agency Bureau/AccountFunding Amount Description
Corps of Engineers/ Operations and Maintenance $821,000,000 To dredge Federal navigation channels and repair damage to United States Army Corps of Engineers projects
Agency Bureau/AccountFunding Amount Description
Corps of Engineers/ Flood Control and Coastal Emergencies
$1,008,000,000
To prepare for flood, hurricane, and other natural disasters and support emergency operations, repairs and other activities as authorized by law
Agency Bureau/AccountFunding Amount Description
Corps of Engineers/ Expenses
$10,000,000
To oversee emergency response and recovery activities 

The information contained in this section summarizes the Federal Disaster Relief Appropriations Act funding. The above figures and summaries represent disaster relief funds made available to each federal department in response to Hurricane Sandy and are not exclusive to New Jersey.