Subsidy Tracker Completes Online Data Capture

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Subsidy Tracker, the Good Jobs First database of company-specific information on economic development subsidies, has reached a new milestone: We have finished capturing all available online data from state programs around the country. The database now contains more than 112,000 entries from 246 programs in 41 states. A complete list of sources is here.

Our latest batch of new data covers 16 additional programs in six states. One of those states is South Dakota, which recently began publishing subsidy recipient data for all of its largest programs. Alabama appears in Tracker for the first time with data on its Industrial Development Training program. We also expanded the number of years covered for 53 programs in 15 states. See below for a full list of recent changes.

Now that we have completed assembling data from a vast array of online sources, we will focus our attention on getting more unpublished data from state agencies, especially those states that don’t have any online recipient disclosure. Subsidy Tracker already contains unpublished data from 14 programs in 11 states. We will also begin to look at selected local subsidy programs.

We have made improvements to the search engine, including a new feature that displays state-specific dropdown menus for categories such as program name, city and county. This allows for more focused searches.

New programs added

Alabama
Alabama Industrial Development Training

Minnesota
Non-JOBZ Local Subsidies

Ohio
Business Development Grants
Economic Development Contingency Grant
Energy Sector Training Grants
Facilities Establishment Fund
Logistics & Distribution Stimulus Program
Minority Business Enterprise Loan
Research & Development Loan Fund

South Dakota
Agricultural Processing and Export Loan Program (APEX)
Dakota Seeds
Pooled Bond Program
Workforce Development Program

Virginia
Special Performance Grants

Wisconsin
Film Production Services Credit
Jobs Tax Credit


Additional years added

Arizona
Motion Picture Production Tax Incentive Program

Illinois
Business Development Public Infrastructure Program
EDGE Tax Credit
Employee Training Investment Program
Enterprise Zone Expanded M&E Sales Tax Exemption
Enterprise Zone State Utility Tax Exemption
High Impact Business Designation
IDOT Economic Development Program
Large Business Development Assistance Program

Indiana
Twenty-First Century Research and Technology Fund

Maine
Employment Tax Increment Financing

Minnesota
Job Opportunity Building Zones (JOBZ)

Nebraska
Invest Nebraska Act
Nebraska Advantage Act
Nebraska Advantage Rural Development Act

Ohio
Industrial Training Grant
Innovation Ohio
Investment in Training Expansion
Job Creation Tax Credit
Job Retention Tax Credit
Third Frontier
Thomas Edison Program
Workforce Development Initiatives

Oklahoma
Investment/New Jobs Tax Credit

Oregon
Business Energy Tax Credit (BETC)

Pennsylvania
Research & Development Tax Credit

Rhode Island
Distressed Areas Economic Revitalization Act-Enterprise Zones
Incentives for Innovation and Growth
Jobs Development Act/Corporate Income Tax Reductions
Motion Picture Production Tax Credit
Project sales tax exemptions

Utah
Economic Development Tax Increment Financing
Industrial Assistance Fund

Virginia
Governor’s Opportunity Fund
Virginia Investment Partnership and Major Eligible Employer Grant

West Virginia
Governor’s Guaranteed Work Force Program

Wisconsin
Blight Elimination and Brownfield Redevelopment Program
Business Employees Skills Training
Buy Local, Buy Wisconsin Grants
Community Development Zone
Customized Labor Training Fund
Dairy Manufacturing Facility Investment Credit
Development Opportunity Zone
Economic Development Tax Credit Program
Enterprise Development Zone
Film Production Company Investment Credit
Industrial Revenue Bonds
Major Economic Development
Technology Assistance Grant
Technology Matching Grant
Technology Venture Fund Loan
Technology Zone
Transportation Economic Assistance

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