Complete list of the latest Arkansas federal spending projects

Listing of Arkansas projects to receive funding:

• Military Construction

$25 million for a Fuse and Detonator Magazine, Depot Level, at the Pine Bluff Arsenal (This funding was requested in the President’s budget.).

$10.4 million for a Security Forces Operations Facility at Little Rock Air Force Base

$5.8 million for a C-130 Flight Simulator Addition at Little Rock Air Force Base (This funding was requested in the President’s budget.).

$1.24 million for a West Memphis Readiness Center

• Transportation

$3,435,000 for Interstate 430/630: Interchange Modification

$3,435,000 for Interstate 540: Fayetteville-North

$1,948,000 for Interstate 69/Great River Bridge: Highway 65-MS Highway 1

$198,400 for Arkansas Foodbank Network Facility in Little Rock

$1,948,000 for Highway 63 Interchange Improvements

$1,363,600 for Hwy. 167: Louisiana State Line to Sheridan

$1,300,000 for Arkansas Statewide Bus and Bus Facilities

$1,200,000 for the Delta Regional Airport

$974,000 for Highway 226: Highway 67 to Highway 49

$779,200 for Interstate 40:  New Conway South Interchange

$750,000 for the Airport Improvement Program at the Texarkana Regional Airport

$500,000 for Railroad Overpass in Blytheville

$475,000 for Southeast Arkansas Intermodal Facility

$350,000 for Mid South Community College in West Memphis

$250,000 for Downtown Riverfront Development in Fort Smith

• Commerce, Science, Justice

$1,200,000 for the Rural Executive Management Institute at the Criminal Justice Institute/National Center for Rural Law Enforcement

$750,000 for Technology/Security Infrastructure Upgrades at Philander Smith College

$750,000 for Simulcast System for Public Safety Communication for the City of Fayetteville Police Department

$750,000 for the City of Fort Smith Police Department’s River Valley Mobile Data Network

$600,000 for Save the Children’s Juvenile Delinquency Prevention Program

$600,000 for the Arkansas School Resource Officer Program at the Criminal Justice Institute

$575,000 for the Arkansas Methamphetamine Education and Training Program at the Criminal Justice Institute

$350,000 for the Pulaski County Youth Services Youth Initiative to Encourage Learning and Development

$325,000 for Mobile Data Terminal Acquisition at the Hot Springs Police Department

$250,000 for University of Arkansas for Medical Science Campus Security Enhancement

$200,000 for A Child Is Missing Program in Arkansas

$200,000 for University of Arkansas Little Rock Juvenile Justice Center’s Child Maltreatment and Delinquency Project

$155,000 for the Art Center of the Grand Prairie in Stuttgart

$140,000 for the Randolph County Sheriff’s Department

$125,000 for the City of Hardy

$100,000 for the Cyber Crimes Investigation Training Initiative at the Criminal Justice Institute

$100,000 for the Izard County Sheriff Department Calico Rock Police Program

$100,000 for the Joiner Police Department

$100,000 for the Miller County Sheriff’s Department

$75,000 for the Union County Sheriff’s Department

$62,000 for the City of Brinkley Police Department

$50,000 for the City of Hoxie Police Department

• Labor, Health and Human Services

$750,000 for the Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute at UAMS

$600,000 for a Health Improvement Initiative at Mena Regional Health System

$600,000 for Library Expansion at Pulaski Technical College

$500,000 for the Expansion of the Nursing Program at NorthWest Arkansas Community College

$400,000 for the Flo and Phil Jones Hospice House, St. Bernards Development Foundation

$250,000 to Address Critical National Energy and Environmental Issues at University of Arkansas at Monticello

$250,000 for North Arkansas College

$240,000 for the Marshallese Health Clinic in Springdale

$200,000 for a Robotic Surgical System at St. Joseph’s Mercy Health Foundation

$200,000 for Nursing School Equipment at Southeast Arkansas College

$200,000 for St. John’s Hospital in Berryville

$200,000 for ASU-Beebe’s Oil and Gas Training Program

$150,000 for the Aerospace Manufacturing Program at SAU-Tech

$100,000 for Instructional Technology and Curriculum Development at UCA

$100,000 for Digital Mamography Equipment at Drew Memorial Hospital

$100,000 for Arkansas Methodist Medical Center

• Financial Services

$275,000 for the Small Business Innovation Center at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock

$200,000 for the Commercial Driver Training Institute at Arkansas State University-Newport

$225,000 for the University of Arkansas Technology Development Foundation

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About patlynch
I am a broadcaster in Arkansas, a former freelance writer and political columnist in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. Writing Coach. Speaker. Director of the Christian Foundations for Ministry program, and presently enrolled in the Anglican School of Ministry Master of Ministry program.

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