The IRS, that has already sent out 130 million direct payments, said this group of people will be able to track their stimulus check after April 3, which will be the date the Get My Payment tool will be updated.
The IRS and the Treasury Department announced that people who normally do not file taxes can expect to receive their stimulus checks on April 7.
The IRS says that most payments will be electronic and will come in the form of direct deposits and payments to existing Direct Express cards.
"IRS employees are working tirelessly to once again deliver Economic Impact Payments to the nation's taxpayers as quickly as possible," said IRS Commissioner Chuck Rettig.
"Our teams immediately began processing data we received last week for federal benefit recipients. We know how important these payments are, and we are doing everything we can to make these payments as fast as possible to these important individuals," he added in a statement on the agency's website.
The IRS said it began working with other federal agencies last year to begin sending stimulus checks to people who are not required to file taxes.
According to the IRS website, as some federal benefit recipients do not file tax returns, the IRS did not have in its tax systems the current information needed to generate the Economic Impact Payments.
Last year, the IRS took the unprecedented step to receive and review data from other federal agencies and use that data to deliver payments automatically to these recipients.
This action - which had never occurred in previous stimulus efforts - minimized risk and burdens for the American public during the pandemic.
Due to regular changes in the federal benefits population, the IRS needed to receive updated information this month from other government agencies, and with these critical updates, eligible federal benefit recipients who don't normally file an income tax return will get a payment automatically in the next few weeks.