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Family Ties for Sen. Dan Inouye (-Hawaii)
Died in Office, Dec. 17, 2012
Alternate Name: Daniel Ken Inouye

 
Below we show financial and other ties of note between this member of Congress and his or her family members. Much or all of the data was made possible with the exhaustive research by Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington.
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Family Ties Sen. Dan Inouye Family

Family Member Sen. Dan Inouye (self)

  • EarmarksSen. Dan Inouye is associated with organizations that have received earmarks from him:

    • City and County of Honolulu, Hawaii was listed on earmark requests:
      • $15,190,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Honolulu High Capacity Transit Corridor Project
      • $196,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Honolulu Bus and Paratransit Replacement Program
      • $69,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Honolulu
    • Hawaii Criminal Justice Data Center (related to Hawaii Senate) was listed on earmark requests:
      • $2,000,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Hawaii Integrated Justice Information System [HIJIS] for Hilo and Statewide
      • $1,500,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as Hawaii Criminal Justice Data Center to integrate state and local law enforcement databases for better access at all levels of the justice system
    • Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology (related to Hawaii Senate) was listed on earmark requests:
      • $2,250,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology (HIMB) Coral Research
      • $2,000,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, University of Hawaii for research in the Hawaiian Archipelago to guide ecosystem based management
    • Imiloa Astronomy Center (related to Hawaii Senate) was listed on earmark requests:
      • $2,500,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Imiloa Astronomy Center
      • $2,000,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as Imiloa Astronomy Center of Hawaii for the promotion of astronomy in Hawaii
      • $1,339,500 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Imiloa Astronomy Center, operations
    • International Pacific Research Center (related to Hawaii House of Representatives) was listed on earmark requests:
      • $1,500,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as International Pacific Research Center
      • $1,750,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as International Pacific Research Center, University of Hawaii to conduct systematic and reliable climatographic research of the Pacific region
      • $1,786,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as International Pacific Research Center, to conduct systematic and reliable climatographic research of the Pacific region, University of Hawaii
    • Joint Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research (related to Hawaii House of Representatives) was listed on earmark requests:
      • $1,250,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Joint Institute of Marine and Atmospheric Research (JIMAR) Pelagic Fisheries Research Program (PFRP)
      • $1,250,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as Joint Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research, University of Hawaii to conduct research on open ocean fisheries in the Pacific Ocean
      • $1,116,250 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Western Pacific pelagic fisheries research, research to aid efforts to develop and implement strategies for the conservation and management of peagic fish species, University of Hawaii--Joint Institute of Marine and Atmospheric Research
    • Leeward Community College (Pearl City, Hawaii) (related to University of Hawaii at Manoa) was listed on earmark requests:
      • $400,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Leeward Community College, Pearl City, HI, to provide college preparatory education for Filipino students
      • $238,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as Leeward Community College, Pearl City, HI, to provide college preparatory education for Filipino students
    • National Defense Center of Excellence for Research in Ocean Sciences (related to Hawaii House of Representatives) was listed on earmark requests:
      • $8,000,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Center of Excellence for Research in Ocean Sciences (CEROS)
      • $10,000,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as CEROS
      • $10,000,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as CEROS
    • National Disaster Preparedness Training Center (related to University of Hawaii at Manoa) was listed an earmark request:
      • $5,000,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as National Disaster Preparedness Training Center, University of Hawaii, HI
    • National Marine Fisheries Service (related to University of Hawaii at Manoa) was listed on earmark requests:
      • $3,000,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission (WCPFC) Big Eye Tuna Quotas
      • $1,500,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Hawaii Seafood Safety and Sustainability
      • $500,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Western Pacific Integrated Ecosystem Assessments
    • National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (related to Hawaii House of Representatives) was listed on earmark requests:
      • $3,000,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Integrated Data and Environmental Applications (IDEA) Center
      • $7,100,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration for the conservation and recovery of endangered Hawaiian sea turtle populations
      • $4,500,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration for the NOAA Pacific Services Center to meet the coastal management needs of Pacific Island communities
      • $2,600,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration for the conservation and recovery of the critically endangered monk seal population and conservation of Pacific cetaceans
      • $2,500,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to help the Integrated Data and Environmental Applications Center meet critical regional needs for ocean, climate, and ecosystem information
      • $1,500,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration for the sustainable use of Pacific pelagic fishery resources and the production of healthy, safe domestic seafood
      • $1,500,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to create and implement an integrated system-wide ocean science education program piloted in Hawaii's schools
      • $500,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration for the deployment of two oceanographic buoys to monitor ocean currents near Ordnance Reef
    • National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Office of Education (related to Hawaii Senate) was listed an earmark request:
      • $1,750,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Marine Education Program in Hawaii
    • Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard (related to University of Hawaii at Manoa) was listed an earmark request:
      • $4,200,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Pearl Harbor Navy Shipyard Equipment Modernization
    • State of Hawaii (related to Hawaii House of Representatives) was listed on earmark requests:
      • $1,000,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as State of Hawaii General Flood Control Plan Update, State of Hawaii and Pacific Territories, HI
      • $100,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as State of Hawaii Rainfall Analysis, HI
      • $1,146,600 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Federal Lands Program, State of HI
    • University of Hawaii at Hilo (related to Hawaii House of Representatives) was listed on earmark requests:
      • $1,500,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as University of Hawaii at Hilo Clinical Pharmacy Training Program, Hilo, HI, for a clinical pharmacy training program
      • $350,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as University of Hawaii at Hilo, for a nurse training program
      • $951,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as University of Hawaii at Hilo Clinical Pharmacy Training Program, Hilo, HI, for clinical, pharmacy training program and applied rural science program
      • $387,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as University of Hawaii at Hilo, HI, for a nursing training program
      • $766,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as University of Hawaii at Hilo, Applied Rural Science program and a Clinical Pharmacy Training Program, for a clinical pharmacy training program
    • University of Hawaii at Manoa College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources (related to Hawaii Senate) was listed an earmark request:
      • $492,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as University of Hawaii, College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, Development of High Yield Tropical Feedstocks, Biomass
    • University of Hawaii at Manoa John A. Burns School of Medicine (related to University of Hawaii at Manoa) was listed an earmark request:
      • $200,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as University of Hawaii School of Medicine, Honolulu, HI, to expand medical education
    • University of Hawaii at Manoa School of Nursing and Dental Hygiene (related to Hawaii House of Representatives) was listed an earmark request:
      • $200,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as University of Hawaii School of Nursing-Manoa, Honolulu, HI, for nursing education, including equipment
    • University of Hawaii at Manoa Social Science Research Institute (related to University of Hawaii at Manoa) was listed an earmark request:
      • $700,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as Hawaii Coral Reef Initiative, University of Hawaii to support monitoring and research activities on Hawaii coral reefs
    • University of Hawaii at Manoa William S. Richardson School of Law (related to Hawaii Senate) was listed on earmark requests:
      • $1,500,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as University of Hawaii School of Law for a Center of Excellence in Native Hawaiian law under the Education for Native Hawaiians program
      • $400,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as University of Hawaii School of Law, Honolulu, HI, for the health policy center
      • $238,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as University of Hawaii School of Law, Honolulu, HI, for health policy center
      • $192,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as University of Hawaii School of Law, health policy center and cultural education programs
    • University of Hawaii Institute for Astronomy (related to University of Hawaii at Manoa) was listed an earmark request:
      • $9,500,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Pan-STARRS
    • University of Hawaii Maui College (related to Hawaii House of Representatives) was listed on earmark requests:
      • $2,300,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as University of Hawaii-Maui, Kahului, HI, for the Remote Rural Hawaii Job Training Project
      • $2,000,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as University of Hawaii-Maui, Kahului, HI, for Community College Training & Education Opportunities program
      • $2,093,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as Maui Community College Remote Rural Hawaii Job Training Project, Kahului, HI, for training and education
      • $1,903,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as Maui Community College Training & Education Opportunities, Kahului, HI, for training and education
      • $2,299,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Maui Community College Remote Rural Hawaii Job Training Project for the Remote Rural Hawaii Job Training Project
      • $958,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Maui Community College Training and Educational Opportunities, for training and education
    • University of Hawaii System (related to Hawaii Senate) was listed on earmark requests:
      • $5,000,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Hawaii Open Supercomputing Center
      • $4,750,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Low-Earth Orbit Nanosatellite Integrated Defense Autonomous Systems (LEONIDAS)
      • $2,000,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Remote Infrasonic Monitoring of Natural Hazards
      • $500,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as University of Hawaii for the Henry K. Giugni Memorial Archives under the Education for Native Hawaiians program, as authorized under the Higher Education Act
      • $400,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Agriculture Development in the American Pacific
      • $300,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Floriculture, HI
      • $153,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Agricultural Diversification, HI
      • $238,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as Henry Kuualoha Giugni Archives, University of Hawaii, for cultural education
    • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (related to Hawaii Senate) was listed an earmark request:
      • $40,000,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as Wideband SATCOM Operations Center
    • U.S. Army Pacific (related to University of Hawaii at Manoa) was listed an earmark request:
      • $4,000,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Army Conservation and Ecosystem Management
    • U.S. Army Reserve (related to Hawaii Senate) was listed an earmark request:
      • $19,199,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as Army Reserve Center
    • U.S. Department of the Army (related to Hawaii House of Representatives) was listed on earmark requests:
      • $4,000,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as Army Conservation and Ecosystem Management
      • $3,500,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Army Conservation and Ecosystem Management
    • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (related to University of Hawaii at Manoa) was listed an earmark request:
      • $7,400,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as James Campbell National Wildlife Refuge
    • U.S. Joint Forces Command (related to Hawaii House of Representatives) was listed an earmark request:
      • $5,990,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as Joint Forces Deployment Staging Area FISC
    • U.S. Pacific Command (related to Hawaii House of Representatives) was listed an earmark request:
      • $5,500,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Joint Venture Education Program
    • U.S. Special Operations Command (related to University of Hawaii at Manoa) was listed an earmark request:
      • $2,000,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Undersea Special Warfare Engineering Support Office

Family Member Daniel Ken Inouye Jr. (Ken) (son)


Family Member Irene Hirano Inouye (wife)


Family Member Margaret Shinobu Awamura Inouye (Maggie) (former wife)