The House Appropriations Committee released a summary of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Bill of 2009, "$275 billion in economic recovery tax cuts and $550 billion in thoughtful and carefully targeted priority investments with unprecedented accountability measures built in" (aka the biggest pork barrel in the history of the world).
Of interest for the tech/telecom community:
$10 billion for science facilities, research, and instrumentation.
$20 billion for health information technology.
$11 billion "for research and development, pilot projects, and federal matching funds for the Smart Grid Investment Program to modernize the electricity grid making it more efficient, secure, and reliable and build new power lines to transmit clean, renewable energy from sources throughout the nation." [N.B. Smart Grid is information technology, but it is not clear how much of the money will go there rather than to conventional power lines -- and good luck with those, considering that it is impossible to build anything energy-related without affronting a thicket of laws protecting species, viewsheds, and general obstreperousness].
Drew Clark has more detail on the broadband issues.