Aloha and Welcome to the Office of Federal Awards Management,
The Office of Federal Awards Management (OFAM) is part of the Department of Budget and Finance. OFAM plans, organizes, directs, coordinates, and conducts federal award activities to advance the management, administration, and oversight of federal awards made to Executive State Departments and Agencies. The objective of these activities is to maximize the program and fiscal performance of federal awards, ensure compliance with state and federal rules and regulations, and reduce the opportunity for waste, fraud, and abuse. The functional statement for the office is here.
OFAM maintains a report of the COVID-19 awards that have been appropriated to the State of Hawaii and COVID-19 awards that have been received by Hawaii State Departments. The reports below will be updated as new information is available.
In November 2021, Congress passed P.L. 116-58, the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), often referred to as the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL). The bill authorized and, in some cases, appropriated funding and/or provided contract authority for a wide variety of programs in transportation, energy, water, broadband, and other areas thus substantial federal capital spending is anticipated over the five years (2022-2026) for which funding is authorized. The reports below will be updated as new information is available.