FOX: The Trump administration on Monday disclosed the names of more than 658,000 small businesses that received taxpayer-funded loans through the $670 billion Paycheck Protection Program since its launch at the beginning of April.
The disclosures included the names of 658,277 borrowers that received forgivable loans worth more than $150,000, as well as addresses, NAICS codes, zip codes, business type, demographic data, nonprofit information and number of jobs supported.
The agency did not reveal precise dollar amounts of the loans and instead provided a range for each loan. The data shows the government issued $521 billion in loans, with an average loan size of $107,000. Combined, the aid program supported about 51 million jobs, or roughly 84 percent of all employees working at small businesses, the Treasury Department and Small Business Administration said. MORE