The State Department, the U.S. Agency for International Development and the Broadcasting Board of Governors reported spending more than $46 million. But that money wasn't spent at GITMO. It went toward democracy programs and broadcasting.
The numbers are based on what each federal agency reports. Audits have shown that many agencies underreport or misreport spending.
|DEPT OF DEFENSE||$1,923,448,477|
|BROADCASTING BOARD OF GOVERNORS||$1,450,763|
|AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT||$11,082,940|
|U.S. CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION||$6,392|
|U.S. IMMIGRATION AND CUSTOMS ENFORCEMENT||$18,118,957|
|U.S. COAST GUARD||$290,549|
|FEDERAL ACQUISITION SERVICE||$8,471,666|
|OFFICE OF POLICY, MANAGEMENT, AND BUDGET||$7,289,887|
Below are U.S. government contracts awarded to companies doing business in Cuba. Government agencies reported $2,004,327,264 in contracts from 2000 to 2015.