As soon as possible, Cal EMA should execute subgrant agreements with subrecipients so California can more fully realize the benefits of the Recovery Act funds.
Cal EMA reported that as of June 30, 2010, it had executed all 229 JAG Program agreements supported by Recovery Act funds. Cal EMA indicated that it distributed Recovery Act funds as follows: $33.4 million for law enforcement programs, $10.4 million for prosecution and court programs, $150,000 for prevention and education programs, $44.6 million for corrections and community corrections to reduce the likelihood of recidivism, $44.5 million for drug treatment and enforcement programs, $1.5 million for crime victim and witness programs, and $1.1 million for administrative costs. (See 2011-406 p. 148)
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