"Everyone is being extremely cooperative," Cackley said about the state's group charged with tracking stimulus dollars. It includes the state auditor and representatives from each of the state agencies.
"We're very happy to work with them," said Bert Brantley, a spokesman for the governor's office.
Stimulus money has already started flowing into Georgia and other states, mostly for health care, education and transportation projects. A number of other agencies, nonprofits and local governments, however, are shoring up ideas in hopes of also receiving some federal money.