This is a public accounting of Paycheck Protection Program loans

As of April 7th, 2021, the program has been allocated nearly $1 trillion dollars in taxpayer funds, and guaranteed $739.5 billion dollars in forgivable loans to small businesses. This interface makes it easy for anyone to see where the money went.

The Small Business Administration, which administers this program, fought against the release of detailed information until litigation by the media compelled the release of the full dataset including exact loan amount and the exact number of jobs the loan was intended to preserve.

  • Total loans $739.5B

    Total in small loans < $150k (32%) $238B

    Total in large loans > $150k (68%) $501.5B

  • Total unused $54.3B

    Unused in small loans < $150k (49%) $26.4B

    Unused in large loans > $150k (51%) $27.8B

  • Number of loans 8,894,091

    Small loans < $150k (89%) 7,948,171

    Large loans > $150k (11%) 945,920

  • Number of jobs 85,177,273

    For small loans < $150k (42%) 36,182,965

    For large loans > $150k (58%) 48,994,308

  • Loans by industry
  • Loan date/location next update

    Adds more detailed information to loan results.

  • Loans by ZIP code next update

    Search cities, industries, and loans by ZIP code.

  • US territories/dependencies next update

    Include loans to Puerto Rico, Guam, and 4 others.

  • FUTURE ROADMAP
  • EIDL loans

    Include the public dataset of Economic Injury Disaster Loans, and correlate to PPP loan recipients.

  • Loans by lender

    Aggregate loans by lender ID, to show which regions and industries that each lender and sub-lender was most active in.

  • Loans by date

    Aggregate loans and industries by loan type (first or second) over time, to see when certain industries and regions were most impacted.

  • Race/gender statistics

    Some loan applications answered gender/race questions, but a majority did not. When displaying aggregated statistics about race, the visualization should correctly show the proportion of unanswered responses.