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									Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004
State and County Areas

Issued December 2005
CFFR/04

U.S. Department of Commerce
Economics and Statistics Administration
U.S. CENSUS BUREAU

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
Gerard T. Keffer, Chief of the Federal Programs Branch, directed the preparation of this report. John F. Studds, Assistant Division Chief for Information Systems and Federal Programs, Governments Division, provided general supervision for the prepration of this report and related computer suppport operations. Cathy Davis, Diane Glaspie, Sue Jones, Elizabeth Mangold, and Alice Wimbish assisted in the collection and review of Federal Assistance Award Data System data. Michael Mashburn and Edward Trevelyan served as principal data analysts and liaisons with the federal reporting agencies. Duane Cavanaugh and Jennifer Phan provided computer processing support for the Federal Assistance Award Data System. Michael Freeman and Linda Huang performed computer processing to generate the report data tables and downloadable files. Ed Schodowski and Andrew Post coordinated Internet data dissemination via the Online Query System and Web site. Wanda Kay Cevis, Bernadette J. Beasley,and Corey T. Beasley of the Administrative and Customer Services Division, Walter C. Odom, Chief, provided publication and printing management, graphics design and composition, and editorial review for print and electronic media. General direction and production management were provided by James R. Clark, Assistant Division Chief, and Susan L. Rappa, Chief, Publications Services Branch. Grateful acknowledgment is made of the cooperation of the federal government departments and agencies for providing information needed for this report. For information regarding data in this report, contact Federal Programs Branch, Governments Division, U.S. Census Bureau, Washington, DC 20233. Telephone: 301-763-1565; E-mail: govs.cffr@census.gov

Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004
State and County Areas

Issued December 2005
CFFR/04

U.S. Department of Commerce Carlos M. Gutierrez, Secretary David A. Sampson, Deputy Secretary
Economics and Statistics Administration Vacant, Under Secretary for Economic Affairs
U.S. CENSUS BUREAU Charles Louis Kincannon, Director

SUGGESTED CITATION U.S. Census Bureau, Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC, 2004

ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS ADMINISTRATION

Economics and Statistics Administration Vacant, Under Secretary for Economic Affairs

U.S. CENSUS BUREAU Charles Louis Kincannon, Director Hermann Habermann, Deputy Director and Chief Operating Officer
Thomas L. Mesenbourg, Associate Director for Economic Programs C. Harvey Monk, Jr., Assistant Director for Economic Programs Stephanie H. Brown, Chief, Governments Division

CONTENTS Introduction . Figures 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Federal Government Expenditure, Per Capita Ranges by State: Fiscal Year 2004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Federal Government Expenditure, Amounts and Percentages by Major Object Category: Fiscal Year 2004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Federal Government Expenditure, Amounts and Percentages by Major Agency: Fiscal Year 2004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Federal Government Expenditure, Annual Amounts by Major Object Category: Fiscal Years 1983–2004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Federal Government Expenditure, Per Capita Amounts by State, by Major Object Category: Fiscal Year 2004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Federal Government Expenditure, Annual Amounts by Major Agency: Fiscal Years 1983–2004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Federal Government Expenditure, Per Capita Amounts by State, by Major Agency: Fiscal Year 2004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xix xx xx xxi xxii xxiii xxiv
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Tables 1. 2. Summary of Federal Government Expenditure by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Federal Government Expenditure for Direct Payments for Individuals for Retirement and Disability, for Selected Programs by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Federal Government Expenditure for Direct Payments Other Than for Retirement and Disability, for Selected Programs by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Federal Government Expenditure for Grants, by Agency, by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Federal Government Expenditure for Procurement Contracts, by Agency, by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2004 . . . . . . . . Federal Government Expenditure for Salaries and Wages, by Agency, by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Federal Government Direct Loan Programs—Volume of Assistance Provided by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2004 . . . . . . . . Federal Government Guaranteed Loan Programs—Volume of Coverage Provided by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2004 . . Federal Government Insurance Programs—Volume of Coverage Provided by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2004 . . . . . . . . Per Capita Amounts of Federal Government Expenditure, by Major Object Category, by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2004 . . . Percent Distribution of Federal Government Expenditure, by Major Object Category, by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2004 . . . Federal Government Expenditure for Defense Department and All Other Agencies by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2004 . . . . Historical Summary of Federal Government Expenditure by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Years 1995 to 2004 . . . . . . . . . . . . State Rankings for Per Capita Amounts of Federal Government Expenditure: Fiscal Year 2004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

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Appendixes A. B. C. D. E. F. County-Type Areas Without County Government . . . . . . . . . . Geographic Areas With More Than Four Congressional Districts . County Locations of State Capital Cities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Consolidated Federal Funds Report Data Sources . . . . . . . . . State Coordinating Agencies, State Data Center Program, U.S. Census Bureau . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Use of County Area Allocations for Selected Federal Pass-Through Assistance Programs by State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Introduction
The Consolidated Federal Funds Report (CFFR) is a presentation of data on federal government expenditures or obligations in state, county, and subcounty areas of the United States, including the District of Columbia and U.S. Outlying Areas. CFFR contains statistics on the geographic distribution of federal program expenditures, using data submitted by federal departments and agencies. These data have been consolidated and tabulated in a standard format by the U.S. Census Bureau under the auspices of the U.S. Office of Management and Budget, for presentation in publications and electronic form. The publications are: • Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004 (State and County Areas) • Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2004 Data also are available on CD-ROM and on the Internet. Information on publications and CD-ROMs appears in the section, ‘‘Availability of Data’’ at the end of this Introduction. Appendix D. As a general guide, the grants and procurement data in this report represent obligated funds, while direct payments and salaries and wages represent actual expenditures (outlays). Data on loan and insurance programs generally represent the contingent liability of the federal government. Certain categories of federal government spending are intentionally excluded from this report. These include such items as interest paid on federal government debt, travel expenses when not provided under procurement contract, and international payments and foreign aid. The financial activity of all federal government agencies is covered, with exceptions for those agencies that do not submit data to any of the federal statistical reporting systems that serve as sources of information for the CFFR. Conceptual or functional exclusions and the agencies not covered in CFFR are discussed below, under the heading ‘‘Amounts Excluded From CFFR Coverage.’’

SUMMARY OF METHODOLOGY REPORT COVERAGE The Consolidated Federal Funds Report (CFFR) covers federal government expenditures or obligations for the object categories listed below. For fiscal year 2004, amounts reported totaled $2.2 trillion for the direct expenditure or obligation categories, and $1.0 trillion for other federal assistance (loans and insurance programs): • Retirement and disability ($667 billion) • Other direct payments ($470 billion) • Grants ($460 billion) • Procurement contracts ($340 billion) • Salaries and wages ($226 billion) • Direct loans ($30 billion) • Guaranteed or insured loans ($229 billion) • Insurance ($773 billion) Dollar amounts reported under these categories can represent either actual expenditures or obligations. Users should be aware of the differences in this coverage, which varies in accordance with the data, as described later under ‘‘Table Descriptions and Data Sources’’ and in Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004
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This is a consolidated report, developed by bringing together available statistics on federal government expenditures or obligations. The first phase of the CFFR program is to identify the available data sources. The following reporting systems and agencies are used as primary data sources: • Department of Defense • Federal Assistance Award Data System • Federal Procurement Data System • Office of Personnel Management • U.S. Postal Service In addition to these primary sources, several other federal agencies are requested to provide data, usually for selected programs (see section on ‘‘Table Descriptions and Data Sources’’ and Appendix D). Most of these are agencies that do not report under the requirements of the Federal Assistance Award Data System (FAADS). Finally, selected data are from the information on payments to state or local governments reported by federal agencies for the U.S. Census Bureau’s Federal Aid to States survey (FAS). These data cover federal government grants that are not required to be reported in the FAADS, such as the federal government annual payment to the v

District of Columbia. For more details about the roles played by FAADS and FAS in support of the CFFR, please see the following two sections, ‘‘Relationship to Federal Assistance Award Data System (FAADS)’’ and ‘‘Relationship to Federal Aid to States (FAS).’’ All data submitted for the CFFR are assigned a program identification code, an agency identification code, and an object code. The program identification code format is patterned after the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) program number. For all data for which CFDA codes are available, the CFDA number is used for the program identification code. For all other data submissions, a unique code (or pseudo code) is assigned. For data that come through the FAADS, the same program identifiers are used in both FAADS and CFFR. Although not presented in this CFFR publication, the program identification code is contained in the CFFR data file available on the Internet and on CD-ROM. The agency identification code assigned to each data record is the four-character Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS-95) code issued by the National Institute of Standards and Technology. The two leftmost characters form a component data element, called the Treasury Agency Symbol (TAS), which is identical to the two-digit numerical code used in the budgetary process to identify major federal agencies. The rightmost two characters are unique agency identifiers. The object code assigned to each data record submitted for the CFFR consists of two alphabetic characters to designate the broad object category of federal expenditure associated with each data record. These are the categories (retirement and disability, other direct payments, grants, procurement, salaries and wages, direct loans, guaranteed loans, and insurance) listed previously under ‘‘Report Coverage,’’ and described in more detail below under ‘‘Table Descriptions and Data Sources.’’ Both the program identification code and the object code are used throughout the CFFR processing. For example, during the data edit and review stages, dollar amounts are tallied by program or object category for comparison with other sources of information on federal outlays. In addition, the object code becomes the primary basis for the table presentation in the CFFR publications (all grants data are grouped together, and so forth).

The work schedule employed by the Census Bureau in the collection and processing of Fiscal Year (FY) 2004 CFFR data can be described approximately as follows: September 30, 2004 Federal FY 2004 ended. November 15, 2004 Requests made for annual supplemental FY 2004 CFFR data sources. See below for discussion of differences between CFFR and FAADS data. January 15, 2005 Received and completed processing of FAADS data for the third quarter of FY 2004 (April 1—June 30, 2004). See below for discussion of FAADS. Received final FAADS data sources for the fourth quarter of FY 2004 (July 1—September 30, 2004). Completed processing all FY 2004 fourth quarter FAADS data. Received final annual supplemental FY 2004 CFFR data sources.

March 1, 2005

August 31, 2005 October 12, 2005

December 12, 2005 Completed processing all FY 2004 annual supplemental CFFR data. November 1— December 21, 2005 Conducted final analytical research and prepared text, data tables, and appendices for publication copy and online data query system. December 27, 2005 Release of data and report on the Census Bureau’s Web site, http://www.census.gov/govs/www/cffr.html. February 15, 2006 Release of printed publication, Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004.

The processing of all data submitted by federal agencies for the CFFR involves the five steps detailed below. Exceptions are detailed later under ‘‘Table Descriptions and Data Sources’’ and in Appendix D. 1. Verification of edit totals requires comparing dollar amounts and record counts actually submitted with totals provided on transmittal documentation from each federal agency. Since most submissions are via Internet or diskette, this process involves ensuring that the electronic files are in the prescribed format. Any discrepancies are brought to the attention of the submitting agency and corrections made as needed.

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2. Verification of geographic coding is applied to those submissions received electronically. Since data from the different sources often are submitted on the basis of different geographic coding, a frequent additional step in CFFR processing is to convert all data records to standard geographic designations. The details of geographic coding for the CFFR are described later in the section ‘‘Geographic Presentation and Coding.’’ 3. For purposes of review, data from each agency are sorted by program identification code and geographic unit. This enables review tables to be produced showing data by state, county, or subcounty area for each federal program or object category. At this stage, a national total of federal program amounts in the CFFR is compared to totals for the same programs that appear in other data sources, such as the CFDA and the appendix to the federal budget. Multiyear data also are reviewed by program or object category for unusual changes at the national, state, county, and subcounty levels. In this manner, patterns of federal government spending for any category, such as Department of Defense salaries and wages, are reviewed. This phase of processing is thus concerned with review and verification of dollar amounts by agency program, object category, and geography. Corrections are made as needed, based upon consultation with the federal agency submitting the original data. 4. Data records are combined so that only one record exists for each unique combination of geographic code, program identification code, agency code, and object code. Even though multiple grant awards may have been made under a single program to any given geographic area, they are all combined into a single record for the fiscal year. If, for example, ten Community Development Block Grants are awarded to New York City during fiscal year 2004, they are combined into a single record for Community Development Block Grants funding within New York City. Combining like data records in this manner is the final step in processing each individual CFFR submission or data file. 5. All data files are then merged together to form a consolidated CFFR file. This enables the compilation of total federal expenditure or obligation by object category, geographic area, program code, or agency code. These data are reviewed and compared with prior year data, and adjustments are made where appropriate. This final data file contains records in geographic detail only. County, state, or United States total records are not part of the CFFR data file. Nor are summary totals by object category actually contained in the data file. All of Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004
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these summary records are tallied during preparation of the tables in the CFFR. In this way, totals published in the CFFR represent summations of the more detailed data contained in the CFFR data file. Table preparation also entails processing the CFFR data file in conjunction with the CFFR geographic reference file. The data file contains all information associated with the federal program or object category of spending being reported. The geographic reference file contains all pertinent information concerning the government unit for which data are published. This information includes the state, county, and municipal/township name, the 2004 population, the congressional districts, and all associated geographic coding. RELATIONSHIP TO FEDERAL ASSISTANCE AWARD DATA SYSTEM (FAADS) The Federal Assistance Award Data System (FAADS) is a quarterly report of financial assistance awards made by each federal agency. Coverage includes most (but not all) grants, direct payments to individuals and others, insurance, and loans. Data submitted by federal agencies for the FAADS serve as the source for most of the statistics in this publication. The FAADS does not provide information on either salaries and wages or procurement contracts. All CFFR data not obtained through the FAADS are otherwise obtained from federal agencies. The Office of Management and Budget selected the Census Bureau as executive agent, responsible for operating the FAADS. Data on financial assistance awards are submitted quarterly by federal government agencies. The Census Bureau collects these data and combines them to form a single quarterly database on federal government financial assistance awards. Each quarterly database is distributed to the Congress and to state governments. In addition to grant awards, the FAADS program covers direct payments to individuals (such as retirement benefits), direct payments for specified use (such as food stamp awards), cooperative agreements, guaranteed loans, direct loans, and insurance programs of the federal government. All financial assistance awards in the FAADS are identified by a Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) program number (or a pseudo code, if a CFDA number is unavailable). For grants, the FAADS data represent the federal obligation incurred at the time the grant is awarded. The amounts reported do not represent actual expenditures, since obligations in one time period may not result in outlays during the same time period. Moreover, initial amounts obligated may be adjusted at a later date, either through enhancements or deobligations. These deobligations may appear in the CFFR data as negative amounts. Users should be aware of what these amounts represent and use care in interpreting such data. vii

For fiscal year 2004, CFFR derived data from the FAADS by summing the four quarterly reports that covered financial assistance awarded between October 1, 2003, and September 30, 2004. All program awards in FAADS are reported by state, county, and usually, city of recipient. Submitting agencies use either FIPS-55 geographic codes for states, counties, and places, or General Services Administration worldwide location codes. RELATIONSHIP TO FEDERAL AID TO STATES (FAS) The publication, Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2004 (FAS), presents state-by-state distributions of federal government expenditures for grants to state and local governments only. In the CFFR, federal grants generally represent obligations (not expenditures or outlays), and include grants to nongovernmental recipients, in addition to payments to state and local governments. Grants are presented in Table 4 of this report. The Federal Aid to States report generally covers actual federal grant outlays to state and local governments, by agency and program. Data reported in the FAS are submitted to the Census Bureau in accordance with OMB Circular A-11 and the Census Bureau’s annual Federal Aid to States reporting guidelines. Such data were previously collected and published annually by the Division of Government Accounts and Reports, Fiscal Service, Bureau of Government Financial Operations, Department of the Treasury. Prior to 1983, these data were published in the annual Department of the Treasury report Federal Aid to States. During the years 1981-1997, Table 2 of the Census Bureau’s publication, Federal Expenditures by State, (FES) provided statistics equivalent to those found in the Treasury Department’s FAS series (ending in 1982) and in the Census Bureau’s FAS series (beginning in 1998). In addition, the other tables of the FES series (discontinued after 1997) published statistics on salaries and wages, direct payments for individuals, procurement, and other programs. These other statistics are now being published as part of the Consolidated Federal Funds Report series. The data on grants to state and local governments in FAS are reconciled with amounts in the federal budget. The definitions applied in the Budget for grants to governments serves as the basis for reporting in the FAS publication. Users should consult the introductory text in the FAS publication for a detailed explanation of the grants data that appear in that report. There are several differences between the FAS report and the CFFR report: 1. The FAS report generally covers federal grant outlays or expenditures, whereas grants data in the CFFR generally cover obligations, which may or may not result in actual expenditures. Obligations that do not result in expenditures may become deobligated. Deobligations are shown as negative amounts in the data. viii

2. The FAS report covers only grants to state and local governments, whereas the grants data in the CFFR include all grants, regardless of whether the recipient is a government entity. The CFFR provides data on several other categories of federal funds, while the FAS provides information only on grants. 3. The level of geographic detail for which data are shown is different. The FAS report distributes data only on a state-by-state basis, while the CFFR report contains state and county area information. (The CFFR database also contains data at the subcounty, place level.) 4. Data on Department of Housing and Urban Development housing assistance (Section 8) payments also is different. In FAS, these payments are classified as grants where the landlord is a public agency. In the CFFR, all Section 8 payments are classified as direct payments. This is because data used for the CFFR require subcounty geographic detail, whereas data distinguishing between public and nonpublic landlords are available only at the state level of detail. 5. The data on Federal Emergency Management Agency payments under the Disaster Assistance Program also vary. In the CFFR, these payments are classified as grants, while in the FAS report, individual assistance payments under this program are excluded from the grants data. The grants versus direct payments data are not available at the substate level. TABLE DESCRIPTIONS AND DATA SOURCES Appendix D lists the data sources used for the CFFR, arranged by major category of federal government expenditure or obligation. The table descriptions that follow include explanations of the coverage, conceptual basis for reporting (expenditures versus obligations), geographic basis for reporting, and other information important for interpreting the data in the CFFR. The use of the term FIPS geographic codes in the following text refers to the Federal Information Processing Standards codes maintained by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, Department of Commerce. Table 1: Total Expenditure All amounts in Table 1 are aggregates from data included in Tables 2-6. Data are rounded to millions of dollars. Total expenditure does not include data on contingent liabilities (loans and insurance), which are separately listed in Tables 7-9. Table 2: Retirement and Disability In the CFFR, data covering federal government direct payments are separated into two object categories: direct payments for retirement and disability benefits (Table 2), and all other direct payments (Table 3). Retirement and Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004
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disability programs include federal employee retirement and disability benefits, Social Security payments of all types, selected Veterans Administration programs, and selected other federal programs (see Appendix D). Both the FAADS and the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) categorize direct payments in a different manner from the CFFR. Both the FAADS and the CFDA subdivide direct payments into the two subcategories, ‘‘Direct Payments for a Specified Use’’ and ‘‘Direct Payments with Unrestricted Use.’’ Neither subdivision is recognized in the CFFR. The CFFR instead subdivides direct payments into three object types: Object code DR for ‘‘Retirement and Disability Payments to Individuals,’’ object code DO for ‘‘Other Direct Payments for Individuals,’’ and object code DX for ‘‘Direct Payments Other than for Individuals.’’ Only object code DR is presented in Table 2. Object codes DO and DX are presented in Table 3. The CFDA defines ‘‘Direct Payments for a Specified Use’’ as ‘‘Financial assistance provided directly to individuals, private firms, and other private institutions to encourage or subsidize a particular activity by conditioning the receipt of assistance on a particular performance by the recipient. This does not include solicited contracts for the procurement of goods and services for the federal government.’’ The FAADS similarly defines ‘‘Direct Payments for a Specified Use’’ as ‘‘a subsidy or other nonreimbursable direct financial aid.’’ The CFDA defines ‘‘Direct Payments With Unrestricted Use’’ as ‘‘Financial assistance provided directly to beneficiaries who satisfy eligibility requirements with no restrictions imposed on the recipient as to how the money is spent. Included are payments under retirement, pension, and compensation programs.’’ The FAADS defines ‘‘Direct Payments With Unrestricted Use’’ with such examples as ‘‘retirement, pension, veterans benefits, etc.’’ Except as indicated below, data in Table 2, Retirement and Disability, are compiled from amounts reported by the Federal Agencies for the Federal Assistance Award Data System (FAADS). Reported amounts represent obligations of federal funds during the fiscal year. Direct payments for individuals are shown by state and county area only, in accordance with the reporting requirements of the FAADS. The following retirement and disability direct payment programs are not available from the FAADS and are obtained from other data sources. 1. Military retirement benefits data are supplied by the Department of Defense, along with that agency’s data on military payroll. Amounts represent actual expenditures during the fiscal year. Coverage includes recurrent benefit payments, as well as permanent and temporary disability payments. Data are provided by state and county area of recipient. 2. Included in the amounts shown for civilian retirement benefits are benefits for retired uniformed U.S. Coast Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004
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Guard personnel, for which data were obtained from that agency. Coverage includes taxable benefits financed by employer or general fund contributions. Amounts are reported by home residence address of the beneficiary and are available only at the state level. Retired civilian employees of the Coast Guard are excluded from these data, but included in data from the Office of Personnel Management. 3. Federal civilian employee retirement and disability payments are from the Center for Retirement and Insurance Services (CRIS), Office of Personnel Management (OPM). Amounts include expenditures for all periodic annuity, survivor annuity, lump sum death claims, and withdrawals. Administrative expenses and funds transferred to other retirement systems are excluded. Retirement benefits for federal civilian employees also include data for former Postal Service employees. Note that the amounts reported by OPM include payments from employee contributions. No data covering the payments associated only with employer contributions, earnings on investments, or other nonemployee financed amounts could be obtained. The OPM data represent an estimated geographic distribution of actual fiscal year 2004 disbursements. The methodology used by OPM is based on proportionate calendar year-to-date annuity disbursements through September 30, 2004. The calendar year-to-date data are accumulated by ZIP Code, and proportionate shares are then applied against the actual total of fiscal year 2004 disbursements. ZIP Codes reflect recipient location except for payments made via electronic funds transfer, which reflect correspondence ZIP Code. Like other data submitted on the basis of ZIP Codes, these data are converted to state and county areas using standard methodology. 4. Pension plan termination insurance payments reflect benefits paid by the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC) under the Pension Plan Termination Insurance Program (CFDA program 86.001). Data include only those payments made directly by the PBGC. Amounts paid by interim custodians such as banks or other financial institutions are not reported. The data submitted by the PBGC are geographically distributed by postal ZIP Code and converted to county level data for the CFFR. 5. Payments to retirees and other beneficiaries from the Public Health Service, Commissioned Corps, are reported by that federal agency. Amounts are reported by mailing address (ZIP Code) of the beneficiary and converted to county level data by the Census Bureau. ix

6. Data for benefit payments to retirees from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Commissioned Corps are from the U.S. Coast Guard, Pay and Personnel Center. Amounts are reported by home residence address of the beneficiary and are available only at the state level. 7. The State Department Foreign Service Officers retirement system provided data on fiscal year 2004 benefit payments. These are reported geographically by ZIP Code and converted to county level data by the Census Bureau. 8. The Tennessee Valley Authority reported benefit payments to retirees by state, county area, and ZIP Code. Amounts are assigned according to the ZIP Code of the financial institution receiving the benefit payment. Data on Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) payments come from reports submitted by the Social Security Administration for the FAADS. All amounts reflect obligations during the fiscal year, with the state-by-state distribution estimated. All amounts are reported by recipient location. Excluded from the amounts reported are payments to recipients in foreign countries. The amounts shown under the SSI program exclude any state government shares administered by the federal government. Table 3: Other Direct Payments Programs classified as other direct payments in Table 3 include two CFFR object categories. The first object category (code ‘‘DO’’) is direct payments for individuals, other than for retirement and disability. The second object category (code ‘‘DX’’) is direct payments, other than for individuals. The first object category contains far more expenditure than the second object category. For convenience of presentation, these two object categories are combined in the CFFR publication, but are available separately in the CFFR database. (See text under the ‘‘Table 2’’ heading above for further information about the subdivisions of the ‘‘Direct Payments’’ category.) Amounts shown in Table 3, Other Direct Payments, come from the FAADS, except for those programs listed below or in Appendix D. These amounts generally represent obligations incurred during the fiscal year. The four quarterly FAADS databases are consolidated to obtain fiscal year totals. Direct payments for individuals are reported by state and county area only. In Tables 3 and 15 (and data file available on Internet and CD-ROM) all Department of Housing and Urban Development housing assistance is classified in the direct payments to individuals category. The total obligations are allocated by state and county. Amounts reported for the Housing Assistance Payments (the Section 8 program) under this object category reflect the entire amount of x

obligations for the year. That is, all Section 8 (and voucher) payments are classified as direct payments for individuals, regardless of whether they are paid to public or private landlords. By contrast, the Federal Aid to States publication classifies these payments as grants, if the landlord is a public agency. Excess earned income tax credits represent federal government payments during calendar year 2004 for tax year 2003. Information is from the Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service, Statistics of Income Division. Amounts reflect only the excess earned income tax credits actually refunded. Aggregate figures by state are reported. No substate detail is available. Crop Insurance data on the amount of indemnity payments (claims) and premium subsidies are provided by the Agriculture Department. Coverage includes the claims paid directly by the federal government to farmers, and premium subsidies to private insurers. Federal indemnity payments to private insurance carriers are not reported. Amounts reflect the resident county of the claimant for direct payment, or location of county of the private carrier for premium subsidies. Data reflect actual expenditures during fiscal year 2004. The Federal Emergency Management Agency provides county level data for payments under the National Flood Insurance program. Amounts represent claims and adjustor expenses. Legal Services Corporation expenditures data are from that agency. The Legal Services Corporation payments represent annualized grants and contracts, by state, made by this agency from the subsidy it receives from the federal government. U.S. Postal Service expenditures for current operations, other than procurement and salaries and wages, are provided by the Postal Service as part of that agency’s total submission for CFFR. Data are provided by state and county area, with the distribution based on the methodology described later for Postal Service salaries and wages. Data for the federal government (employer) share of premiums on federal employee life and health insurance are from the Office of Personnel Management, Compensation Group. All expenditures for life and health insurance premiums are assigned to the ‘‘state undistributed’’ level of geography. For both the life and health insurance programs, the amounts reported represent only the employer (federal government) share of the premiums. The Education Department reports fiscal year 2004 payments under the Federal Family Education Loan program. Amounts under the other direct payments for individuals category include interest subsidies. Amounts under the direct payments, other than for individuals, category include default payments, advances, and administrative cost allowances for guarantee agencies. Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004
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Food Stamp program data are supplied by the Department of Agriculture for the FAADS. Amounts reflect the actual value of benefits awarded, by state, during the fiscal year. Figures may differ slightly from amounts representing the value of benefits redeemed or processed through the Federal Reserve System. Federal Employee Workers Compensation payments are from reports submitted by the Department of Labor, Employment Standards Administration, Office of Workers’ Compensation Programs, for the FAADS. Amounts for fiscal year 2004 reflect actual payments, with the state-and-county distribution based on the ZIP Code of the recipient’s place of residence. Statistics on federal expenditures for unemployment compensation are compiled from information obtained from the Department of Labor. Amounts reported include all benefit payments made from the Unemployment Compensation Trust Fund, regardless of the source of funding for the payments. Thus, amounts reported include regular and extended benefits to unemployed workers, and benefits to ex-civilian and ex-military federal employees. Prior to 1989, only benefit payments financed by the federal government were included in this publication. The Office of Justice Programs provides data for payments under the Public Safety Officers’ Benefit Program (CFDA 16.571) of the Department of Justice. Medicare data are reported by the Department of Health and Human Services for the FAADS. All amounts reflect obligations during the fiscal year, with the state-by-state distribution estimated. All amounts are reported by recipient location. Excluded from the amounts reported are payments to recipients in foreign countries. Table 4: Grants The grants category in the CFFR combines two grants categories listed in the CFDA and four grants categories found in the FAADS. The CFDA distinguishes two categories of grant: Formula Grants and Project Grants. The FAADS subdivides Formula Grants into two further categories: Block Grant and Formula Grant. The FAADS also subdivides Project Grants into two further categories: Project Grant and Cooperative Agreement. The CFDA defines ‘‘Formula Grants’’ as ‘‘Allocations of money to states or their subdivisions in accordance with a distribution formula prescribed by law or administrative regulation, for activities of a continuing nature not confined to a specific program.’’ The CFDA defines ‘‘Project Grants’’ as ‘‘The funding, for fixed or known periods, of specific projects or the delivery of specific services or products without liability for damages for failure to perform. Project grants include fellowships, scholarships, research grants, training grants, traineeships, experimental and demonstration grants, evaluation grants, planning Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004
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grants, technical assistance grants, survey grants, construction grants, and unsolicited contractual agreements.’’ No further definitions are provided in the FAADS or FAS. The principal source of the grants data in the CFFR is the information submitted quarterly for the Federal Assistance Award Data System (FAADS). For grants, the FAADS data represent the federal obligation incurred at the time the grant is awarded. The grants data from FAADS that are carried forward to the CFFR total about 98 percent of all grants reported. (See section above, ‘‘Relationship to Federal Assistance Award Data System (FAADS)’’ for further information about FAADS.) The remaining grants data for the CFFR are from data submitted to the Census Bureau pursuant to the annual Federal Aid to States (FAS) survey, and OMB Circular A-11. These submissions are required annually of all federal government agencies that make payments to state or local governments. Selected grant programs data are obtained from the Federal Aid to States (FAS) data base to ensure comprehensive coverage in the CFFR. FAS data are available only at the state area level of reporting. (See section above, ‘‘Relationship to Federal Aid to States (FAS)’’ for further information about FAS.) Table 5: Procurement Statistics in Table 5, covering federal government procurement contracts, are provided by the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) for Postal Service procurement and by the Federal Procurement Data Center (FPDC) within the General Services Administration for procurement actions of nearly all other federal agencies, including the Defense Department. Data on the procurement contracts of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) are obtained directly from that agency. Amounts provided by the USPS represent actual outlays for contractual commitments, while amounts provided by the FPDC represent the value of obligations for contract actions, and do not reflect actual federal government expenditures. In general, only current year contract actions are reported for data provided by the FPDC; however, multiple-year obligations may be reflected for contract actions of less than 3 years duration. The FPDC collects procurement statistics on a quarterly basis from most federal government departments and agencies, and provides these data according to the place of performance rather than the location of the prime contractor. Excluded from the procurement totals reported are the amounts for the judicial and legislative branches of government and most intergovernmental transfers of funds. Also excluded from the totals are amounts for procurement in foreign countries. Also, certain Department of Defense contracts are classified with respect to location of performance. xi

Some contract actions provided by the FPDC with values under $25,000 are not distributed by state and outlying area. Also, certain Department of Defense contracts are classified with respect to location of performance. Such amounts are reported as ‘‘U.S. undistributed.’’ Procurement data awarded by the USPS include all outlays made under formal contractual agreements. The FPDC data include contractual actions for construction, purchases of equipment, and other purchases of tangible items by the federal government. Also included with the FPDC data are contractual actions for services often not generally associated with procurement, such as the purchase of utilities, building leases, and other services entered into via contractual agreement. Procurement data provided by the FPDC are distributed according to place of performance, as designated by FIPS state/county/place geographic coding. These geographic codes are matched against the government unit codes comprising the geographic basis for the CFFR, and assigned to any units where a match is found. Unmatched data records are distributed to ‘‘balance of county’’ represented by the state/county portion of the FIPS geographic code. (For those FPDC data records submitted only with a state/place code, a county code is first assigned via a geographic conversion file.) Government ‘‘purchase card’’ data have also been included this year, and prior year data back to fiscal year 1993 have been revised to include this item. In order to improve data accuracy and avoid duplicate counting, FPDC has instituted new reporting features that specifically identify purchase card transactions as either small ‘‘micro-purchases’’ or traditional contract payments that utilize the purchase card. Table 6: Salaries and Wages Amounts reported for federal government salaries and wages are from five sources: the Department of Defense, the Postal Service, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the U.S. Coast Guard (previously within Department of Transportation and now a part of the Department of Homeland Security), and the Office of Personnel Management. All amounts represent outlays during the federal government’s fiscal year. The Defense Department provides information on military payrolls, with separate amounts for active military and inactive military (Reserve and National Guard). These data are from the Directorate for Information, Operations and Reports of the Washington Headquarters Services, Department of Defense. (Note that salaries and wages data covering civilian employees of the Defense Department are from the Office of Personnel Management, as described below.) The submission from the Defense Department is an electronic file containing data records that are distributed using FIPS geographic codes for states and counties. xii

Amounts reported represent estimates of fiscal year outlays by state and county, and include gross compensation. This covers salaries and wages, housing allowances, and in general all other personnel compensation, except retired military pay, which is reported in Table 2 under the separate category, retirement and disability direct payments for individuals. Other features of the Department of Defense salaries and wages include: 1. Amounts for military personnel stationed overseas are excluded from totals. 2. Salaries and wages for inactive personnel refer to military Reserve and National Guard payroll. 3. Amounts reported reflect the place of employment (duty station) rather than home residence. Salaries and wages data for U.S. Postal Service employees are provided by the U.S. Postal Service. Amounts represent actual outlays during the fiscal year, but with the national total distributed among the states and counties on an estimated basis. Estimates are derived by calculating the ‘‘per employee’’ payroll cost and applying this cost to each postal facility based upon the number of employees. The Postal Service data are geographically distributed based upon place of employment (postal facility), rather than place of residence. Data records are submitted in an electronic file and contain FIPS state and county area codes. Statistics on salaries and wages for uniformed employees of the U.S. Coast Guard are reported by the U.S. Coast Guard, now a unit of the Department of Homeland Security. Data are reported by ZIP Code, for the place of employment. Amounts are then aggregated by county area. Salaries and wages for all other federal employees are from the Office of Personnel Management. Coverage includes all other federal civilian employees (excluding the Central Intelligence Agency, Defense Intelligence Agency, and the National Security Agency) employed in the United States and the outlying areas. Data are reported separately for each major federal agency. The data include: • Basic annual salaries • Premium pay (overtime, night differential, cost of living allowances, station allowances, holiday pay, and any retroactive pay, but excludes lump sum pay for annual leave) • Lump sum payments (for annual leave) OPM national totals represent actual expenditures or outlays during the fiscal year. The geographic distribution of these amounts by state (or outlying area) and county are estimated, based upon place of employment. The following assumptions apply for the OPM estimation procedures: 1. The basis for the geographic distribution is place of employment, using data on salary and employment Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004
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distributions from the Office of Personnel Management’s (OPM) Central Personnel Data File (CPDF) as of March 31, 2004. Data are geographically prorated to total fiscal year payroll and payment data from the SF 113-A, ‘‘Monthly Report of Federal Civilian Employment.’’ 2. Estimated payroll data are produced at the state, county, and outlying area levels only. 3. Payroll data are allocated to states, counties, and outlying areas based partly on estimates. The estimates assume that premium pay and lump sum payments as well as part-time and intermittent pay are proportional to the salaries of full-time federal civilian employees (both defense and nondefense) in the counties and outlying areas. 4. Judicial pay is estimated using the above assumption with the exception of the Supreme Court whose SF 113-A pay is added to the District of Columbia’s nondefense payroll. The methodology used to estimate the geographic distribution of salaries and wages data involves the following steps: 1. Actual expenditures for salaries and wages are obtained from the SF 113-A. Salary and wage data on the SF 113-A are total expenditures (including basic, premium, and lump sum payments) for all federal civilian employees. These data are not reported by state and county on the SF 113-A. 2. From OPM’s CPDF and agency survey data, (Tennessee Valley Authority) aggregate basic salaries for full-time employees only are computed for each county, each outlying area, total U.S., and total outlying areas. Based on these aggregate basic salaries, percentages are computed for both Department of Defense and all other agencies. These percentages determine each county’s and outlying area’s proportion of the total (U.S. and outlying areas) full-time salaries. 3. The percentages referenced above are applied to SF 113-A agency payroll data for the U.S. and outlying areas to estimate actual expenditures in counties and outlying areas. State and outlying area totals are obtained by aggregating estimated actual expenditures in counties and outlying areas, respectively. 4. The total U.S. payroll for the Judicial Branch was available, although the distribution by geographic area was not; only their payroll for the District of Columbia was available. Therefore, the remainder of the U.S. payroll for the Judicial Branch is in the ‘‘Undistributed’’ category. Tables 7–9. Direct Loans, Guaranteed Loans, and Insurance The CFDA defines ‘‘Direct Loans’’ as ‘‘Financial assistance provided through the lending of federal monies for a Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004
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specific period of time, with a reasonable expectation of repayment. Such loans may or may not require the payment of interest.’’ The CFDA defines ‘‘Guaranteed/Insured Loans’’ as ‘‘Programs in which the federal government makes an arrangement to indemnify a lender against part or all of any defaults by those responsible for the repayment of loans.’’ The CFDA defines ‘‘Insurance’’ as ‘‘Financial assistance provided to assure reimbursement for losses sustained under specified conditions. Coverage may be provided directly by the federal government or through private carriers and may or may not involve the payment of premiums.’’ The FAADS and CFFR use the same categories, and provide no separate definitions. All data on loans and insurance programs of the federal government, with the exception of data on flood insurance and student loan programs, come from the Federal Assistance Award Data System (FAADS). Guaranteed loans, direct loans, and insurance are reported in the FAADS by state and county area, or by state, county, and place. Data on the Federal Direct Student Loan (CFDA number 84.268) and Federal Family Education Loan programs (CFDA number 84.032) are not reported for the Federal Assistance Award Data System, and are obtained separately from the Department of Education. National Flood Insurance data (CFDA number 97.022), reflecting insurance in force on September 30, 2004, are from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Department of Homeland Security. Loan and insurance program amounts in Tables 7-9 reflect the volume of loan or insurance activities. These amounts represent either direct loans made to certain categories of borrowers, or the federal government contingent liability for loans guaranteed and direct insurance against loss. Loans and insurance data do not represent actual expenditures associated with the loan or insurance programs. Any actual outlays under these programs, such as insurance claims paid by the federal government, appear in the direct payments categories in the CFFR. Federal government contingent liability can vary by program, and caution should be used in comparing one federal loan or insurance program to another, or in interpreting the data presented to reflect actual federal outlays over time. The following also should be noted: 1. Amounts guaranteed or insured do not necessarily represent future outlays. 2. All amounts reflect the dollar value of loans or insurance coverage provided during the fiscal year, and not the cumulative totals of such activity over the life of the program. 3. Direct loans are not reported on a net basis, as in the federal budget, but rather are shown in terms of total amounts loaned. xiii

4. Programs otherwise similar can vary in the share of the total liability that the federal government guarantees or insures. Certain veterans guaranteed loan programs are guaranteed only up to a stated maximum dollar value, for example. In these cases, the federal government contingent liability is less than the total value of the loan or insured policy agreement. Tables 10–11: Miscellaneous Calculations Per capita federal expenditure amounts in Table 10 are computed using resident population as of July 1, 2004. Percentage distributions of federal expenditures in Table 11 are computed based on U.S. totals in the same category. Table 12: Defense Department and All Other Agencies The Defense Department and other agency expenditure amounts in Table 12 are computed from data in Tables 2 through 6. Figures for all Department of Defense agencies are tallied to arrive at a total for Department of Defense expenditures. This total is then netted from the grand total of federal government expenditures, and the residual categorized as nondefense expenditures. This procedure is followed for each state and outlying area. The defense/nondefense totals are then used to compute per capita and percent distribution amounts, using the procedure described above for Tables 10 and 11. Data in the column on Energy Department defense related activities are from the Department of Energy, Office of the Deputy Administrator for Defense Programs. These data represent defense related atomic energy activities, and are presented on an exhibit basis only. Since the data are for the Department of Energy, they are included in the columns for ‘‘All other federal agencies,’’ rather than Department of Defense. Table 13: Historical Summary Consolidated Federal Funds Report has been published annually since fiscal year 1983. The data in Table 13 represent summary totals, by state and object category, of covered federal expenditures from fiscal years 1995 to 2004. Amounts shown include revisions to originally published figures, where applicable. These revisions are made where errors existed in the original data, or where federal programs have been reclassified to another object category of expenditure. Table 14: State Rankings Per-capita rankings in Table 14 are derived from per-capita figures shown in Table 10. The District of Columbia and the outlying areas are excluded from the rankings. xiv

Table 15: County Areas The summary federal expenditure data in Table 15 are by state and county area. State areas include the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the Outlying Areas of American Samoa, Federated States of Micronesia, Guam, Republic of the Marshall Islands, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Republic of Palau, Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. County areas include both counties and county equivalent areas. Examples of county equivalent areas include county areas with no county government and municipal governments that are independent of any organized county. Coverage includes all object (or use) categories of federal government expenditure. The basis for the geographic distribution in the CFFR varies according to the object category and the data source. These sources are detailed above in the table descriptions and in Appendix D. The following general guidelines apply: • Grants-location of initial recipient • Salaries and wages-place of employment • Procurement-place of performance • All other object categories-recipient location For grants, users should note that some dollar amounts appear at the state capital county areas. This reflects the coding of grants to the state governments, even when such grants represent payments that are subsequently passed through to local jurisdictions, or represent programs that are spread out over all areas of the state in terms of financial impact. Appendix C lists the state capital cities and their respective county areas. Most large-volume grant programs involve a direct federal-to-state transfer of aid, which the state governments subsequently redistribute. Data for several of these grant programs are treated differently in the CFFR as described in the section below, ‘‘Estimates for Substate Grant Distribution.’’ As indicated in that section, CFFR data for several grant programs are distributed by county of final recipient, rather than initial recipient, as reported in the FAADS. Included in the geographic listings are the terms ‘‘U.S. undistributed’’ and ‘‘state undistributed.’’ These are used for data that were reported without specific geographic designations for the state or county. The congressional districts shown in the CFFR reflect the districts of the 108th Congress. For those states that have only one at-large representative, the congressional district is shown as ‘‘00.’’ As indicated previously and explained in detail under ‘‘Table Descriptions and Data Sources,’’ dollar amounts reported can reflect expenditures or obligations. In some Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004
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cases, dollar amounts shown will be negative. Such amounts reflect deobligations of financial assistance that had been previously awarded, and generally appear in the grant object category. GEOGRAPHIC PRESENTATION AND CODING Background The Consolidated Federal Funds Report program calls for reporting by state (and outlying area), county (or county equivalent) and municipality. At the subcounty level, the term municipality indicates any subcounty unit of general local government. For this reason, the geographic basis for presentation in the Consolidated Federal Funds Report is the government classification system developed by the Census Bureau in its census of governments program. This report presents data by state and county area. The District of Columbia and the Outlying Areas of American Samoa, Federated States of Micronesia, Guam, Republic of the Marshall Islands, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Republic of Palau, Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands are included. In addition to county areas, municipal governments that are independent of any organized county are included here as county equivalent areas. Appendix A contains a listing of these municipalities. Government Units According to the 2002 Census of Governments, there were 87,576 government units in the United States (excluding outlying areas and Indian tribes). In addition to the federal government and 50 state governments, there were 87,525 local governments, distributed as follows: County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Municipal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Township. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . School district. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Special district . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3,034 19,429 16,504 13,506 35,052

outlying areas, government jurisdictions have fixed, stable boundaries that correspond to well-defined geographic areas. For county and subcounty government units, however, there can be significant differences between the concept of government unit and a specified geographic area. Where county governments exist, they correspond to generally accepted county geographic boundaries. However, many areas of the United States lack county government. Organized county governments are not found in Connecticut and Rhode Island, as well as in some outlying areas, and the District of Columbia. Numerous cities, such as Baltimore, MD (which is not located within a county government area), and San Francisco, CA (which is a consolidated city/county government), also exist independent of any county government. County-equivalent areas are included in the Consolidated Federal Funds Report as if they were legitimate counties to ensure consistency in the geographic presentation of the data. A complete listing of these areas can be found in Appendix A. It is important to note that the CFFR covers federal government payments to all types of recipients—both government and other—located in the geographic areas over which these governments have jurisdiction. For example, the federal payments to the New York City area could represent monies allocated to the city government, a private company located in the city, or a private citizen residing in the city. No attempt is made in the CFFR to provide information on the recipients (individually or by type) of federal money. For most programs, information on recipients and recipient types (and other details) can be found in the FAADS. All funds received within a given municipality are assigned to only one county, even when the municipality exists in more than one county. In most cases, the effect of this assignment on the statistical presentation of the data is negligible. However, users should be aware of this treatment, particularly if using data for one of these multicounty jurisdictions. The government structure of New York City deserves special mention. Classified for census purposes as a municipality, the city actually comprises five county equivalent (borough) areas (Bronx, Kings, New York, Queens, and Richmond). None of these are presented separately in this report. New York City is presented as a single countyequivalent area. Congressional District Reporting The CFFR report and database present data at the state and county area level only. They do not uniformly support the application of county-by-county federal spending data directly to congressional districts, many of which do not conform to county boundaries. xv

Exact definitions of government units are available in Volume 1, Number 1 of the 2002 Census of Governments, Government Organization. That publication describes the structure and organization of state and local governments throughout the nation. The general local governments that define the universe for this publication are those in existence (active and incorporated) as of June 2002. This count includes all known governments in the 50 states and the District of Columbia, but excludes outlying areas and Indian tribes. All such governments are covered in the Governments Integrated Directory, the Census Bureau’s file of all active government units in the nation. The Consolidated Federal Funds Report contains data by state, county, and subcounty area, making use of government units to represent geographic areas. For states and Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004
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The congressional district or districts (to a limit of 4) representing most county areas are displayed in Table 15 and the CFFR database. Appendix B provides a complete list of those county areas with more than four congressional districts. The congressional districts shown in this publication represent the boundaries of the 108th Congress, in session between January 2003 and January 2005. In counties with more than one congressional district, dollar amounts are not reported separately for each district. The federal financial data in the reporting systems (data sources) used for the CFFR do not contain such detail, with the exception of selected data records of the Federal Assistance Award Data System. Several other aspects of the congressional district coding should be noted: • For states with an at-large representative, the code ‘‘00’’ is reported. • For Outlying Areas with a nonvoting representative to Congress, the congressional district is reported as ‘‘98.’’ • Outlying Areas with no representatives have ‘‘99’’ for a congressional district code. • For counties that exist in more than one district, all congressional districts are reported. ESTIMATES FOR SUBSTATE DISTRIBUTIONS Many federal grant programs involve a direct payment to state governments, which are then responsible for program administration. Examples include: grants that are ‘‘passed through’’ to local governments (such as block grant programs); grants, such as for highway construction, in which the financial impact of federal funds is spread out over all areas of the state; and grants or assistance programs such as Aid to Families with Dependent Children, which the state can administer but for which the ultimate beneficiaries are found throughout the states. The CFFR contains data on the substate allocation of funds for several major federal grant programs. To the extent possible, these data are allocated by county or countyequivalent area. Substate allocation figures for these programs are available for some, but not all, of the states and outlying areas. Appendix F contains detail, by program and state. The Department of Health and Human Services reports the estimated county allocation on five grant programs on a quarterly basis to the Federal Assistance Award Data System (FAADS). These programs, their Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) program numbers, and their fiscal year 2004 funding are: • Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)(93.558): $17.2 billion xvi

• Aid to Families With Dependent Children (AFDC) (93.560): $42.6 million • Child Support Enforcement (93.563): $2.9 billion • State Survey and Certification of Health Care Providers and Suppliers (93.777): $434.3 million • Medical Assistance (Medicaid) (93.778): $183.2 billion For the Highway Planning and Construction program (CFDA number 20.205), the Transportation Department reports the actual place of performance (county area) where the funded project is located. If the project is in more than one county area, each county is reported, along with its share of the funding. Funding for this grant program totaled $31.9 billion in fiscal year 2004. The substate allocations for funds for several major programs are derived by the Census Bureau from a survey of state government agencies: • Food Stamps (10.551): $24.7 billion • National School Lunch Program (10.555): $7.4 billion • Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) (10.557): $5.0 billion • Special Education-Grants to States (84.027): $10.1 billion • Rehabilitation Services\Vocational Rehabilitation Grants to States (84.126): $2.6 billion • Low-Income Home Energy Assistance (93.568): $1.9 billion • Social Services Block Grant (93.667): $1.7 billion • Block Grants for Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse (93.959): $1.7 billion The derived county allocations for the above programs are based upon a Survey of State Government Pass-Through Expenditures, conducted by the Census Bureau during fiscal year 1996. For each program, the administering state agencies were asked to provide information on the county allocation of program funds within their state. Responses, where received, were used as the basis for prorating total program funding by state among the county areas within each state. Total program funding for each state is reported by the administering federal agency to the Federal Assistance Award Data System (FAADS). AMOUNTS EXCLUDED FROM CFFR COVERAGE Federal government expenditures covered in the CFFR total $2.2 trillion for fiscal year 2004. This amount does not represent all federal government expenditures. Amounts excluded from the CFFR can be grouped into two general categories-conceptual exclusions and agency/program omissions. Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004
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Federal expenditures excluded conceptually are those that could not be geographically distributed, all international transactions and foreign payments, and federal outlay categories not covered by any of the reporting systems that served as data sources for the CFFR. The largest item was net interest on federal government debt, which was estimated to be $160 billion in fiscal year 2004. The fiscal year 2004 total outlays for the international affairs function in the federal budget was estimated at $27 billion. Expenditures for the Central Intelligence Agency, the Defense Intelligence Agency, and the National Security Agency are excluded from coverage. The CFFR data are compiled by object categories of federal expenditures. The reporting systems and federal agencies that serve as data sources exclude federal procurement, travel, and other expenditures to the extent that they are not covered by contractual agreements or government charge card purchases. For some agencies, data for selected object categories could not be obtained. These include the procurement actions of the judicial and legislative sectors of the federal government. Expenditures other than salaries and wages are not available for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, National Credit Union Administration, and Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation. The federal budget outlays estimated for fiscal year 2004 totaled $2.3 trillion. However, comparison of the federal budget amount with data reported in the CFFR can be misleading, since the federal budget amounts differ from CFFR in accounting concepts and the treatment of intragovernmental transfers. For example, outlays for many programs in the federal budget are reported on a net basis, whereas the CFFR reports gross outlays or obligations to nonfederal recipients. RELIABILITY OF THE DATA Coverage Error The above section. ‘‘Amounts Excluded from CFFR Coverage,’’ addresses coverage and coverage error. Nonresponse The single federal agency that refused to fully participate in the CFFR federal expenditure reporting system is the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA). The Census Bureau includes the TVA procurement expenditures in its CFFR coverage, but must rely on data from 1999, the last year for which actual data were reported. Since the TVA procurement of coal and other products can be quite cyclical and geographically volatile, caution should be exercised in relying on this aspect of the FY 2004 CFFR data. Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004
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Processing and Response Error Because FAADS and CFFR are systems that import electronic data files that have been largely completed by the various federal agencies, Census Bureau processing involves summations and sorting, but little, if any data keying. Routine edits applied to FAADS data are, therefore, primarily intended to identify and correct keying or calculation errors made by respondents. Trend analysis on multiyear data series is employed to identify significant anomalies and interruptions in the kind of relative continuity expected of high dollar mandatory and discretionary programs. Such anomalies may also originate at the applicant or recipient level. Coding Geographic coding standards are applied to original data whose submitting agencies employ varying geo-coding reference files and methods. In order to maintain consistency and standardization, the federal program and agency codes that are included in individual CFFR data records are summarized and published on the CFFR Web site in downloadable electronic format. Data are sorted and grouped by geographic, agency, and program categories, and subjected to verification edits and trend analysis as discussed above. AVAILABILITY OF DATA Copies of the publication, Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004 (State and County Areas), are available from Governments Division, U.S. Census Bureau, Washington, DC 20233-6800; 301-763-1565. The publication, Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2004, also may be obtained from Governments Division. As indicated earlier, the CFFR data files are available on Internet and CD-ROM. The data available electronically are more detailed than the summarized data presented in the published reports. Each record in the CFFR data file contains the following fields: • Government unit (GU) code (state, type, county, unit) • Program identification code (CFDA code or pseudo code) • Object code • Federal funding sign • Federal funding amount • Pass-through flag • Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS-55) location code (state, county, place) • FIPS federal agency code xvii

All appropriate documentation and data file descriptions are provided with each CFFR Internet or CD-ROM file. These accompanying files include program identification and agency identification files. Also available on the CD-ROM is an accompanying CFFR geographic reference file. This file contains the names and Census Bureau government unit (GU) codes for all state, county, municipal, and township units in the nation. In addition, the file contains associated FIPS geographic location codes, the population, and the congressional districts serving each government unit. Users interested in obtaining CD-ROMs of the Consolidated Federal Funds Report data files should contact Governments Division, U.S. Census Bureau, Washington, DC 20233-6800. Telephone 301-763-1565. Users also may obtain a copy of this report and related data files via the Census Bureau’s Internet site at http://www.census.gov /govs/www/cffr.html. The Consolidated Federal Funds Report also is being made available to the public through the Census Bureau’s State Data Center Program. Through this program, the Census

Bureau provides participating state organizations (government agencies and university centers) with publications, CD-ROM files, and general information assistance. The state organizations, in turn, provide data access services such as publication reference centers, inquiry handling and general assistance in data use. They also establish affiliates in key locations around the states by placing basic sets of census publications in local libraries, city and regional planning agencies and so forth. Users may contact the State Data Centers (or affiliates) to determine if the Consolidated Federal Funds Report publication or the related CD-ROM data files are available, or to request further information about the data. A list of the State Data Center lead agencies may be found in Appendix E. MEANING OF SYMBOLS The symbols in the tables have the following meanings: NA r X Represents zero or rounds to zero. Not available. Revised from amount published in prior year. Not applicable.

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Figure 1.

Federal Government Expenditure, Per Capita Ranges by State: Fiscal Year 2004

AK

WA

MT ND MN ID SD WY NV UT CA KS CO MO NE IA IL WI OR

ME VT NH NY MI PA IN OH WV KY NC TN NM OK AR MS TX LA FL AL GA SC MD VA CT NJ DE DC MA RI

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HI

Dollars per capita

8,000 and above 7,000 - 7,999 6,300 - 6,999 0 - 6,299

U.S. average per capita: $7,223

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Figure 2.

Federal Government Expenditure, Amounts and Percentages by Major Object Category: Fiscal Year 2004
Salaries and wages $225.6 billion (10.4%) Retirement and disability $667.0 billion (30.8%)

Procurement contracts $339.7 billion (15.7%)

Grant awards $460.1 billion (21.3%)

Other direct payments $469.8 billion (21.7%)

Figure 3.

Federal Government Expenditure, Amounts and Percentages by Major Agency: Fiscal Year 2004
Postal Service $66.3 billion (3.1%) Office of Personnel Management $71.3 billion (3.3%) Agriculture $76.6 billion (3.5%) Health and Human Services $580.0 billion (26.8%)

Defense $347.7 billion (16.1%)

Other agencies $489.3 billion (22.6%)

Social Security Administration $531.0 billion (24.6%)

Note: Total federal expenditure in fiscal year 2004 was $2,162.2 billion (100.0%).

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Figure 4.

Federal Government Expenditure, Annual Amounts by Major Object Category: Fiscal Years 1983–2004
In billion dollars 700

600

500 Retirement and disability

400

300

Other direct payments

Procurement Grants 200

Salaries and wages

100

0

1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

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Figure 5.

Federal Government Expenditure, Per Capita Amounts by State, by Major Object Category: Fiscal Year 2004

Retirement and disability Other direct payments Grants

Procurement Salaries and wages

Alaska Virginia Maryland New Mexico Hawaii North Dakota Wyoming Connecticut Alabama South Dakota West Virginia Massachusetts Maine Montana Missouri Tennessee Mississippi Pennsylvania Kentucky Rhode Island Oklahoma New York Vermont Arizona Louisiana Washington U.S. AVERAGE South Carolina Arkansas Florida Kansas Nebraska Iowa Colorado California North Carolina Idaho Ohio New Jersey Delaware Texas Georgia New Hampshire Oregon Indiana Illinois Michigan Wisconsin Utah Minnesota Nevada 0 2000 4000 6000 Dollars
Note: Chart excludes the District of Columbia, which received $67,982 per capita in total federal expenditure.

8000

10000

12000

14000

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Figure 6.

Federal Government Expenditure, Annual Amounts by Major Agency: Fiscal Years 1983–2004
In billion dollars 700

600

500

Other agencies

400

Social Security Administration (SSA)

Health and Human Services 300

Defense

200

100

0
1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

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Figure 7.

Federal Government Expenditure, Per Capita Amounts by State, by Major Agency: Fiscal Year 2004

Defense Health and Human Services Social Security Administration Other agencies

Alaska Virginia Maryland New Mexico Hawaii North Dakota Wyoming Connecticut Alabama South Dakota West Virginia Massachusetts Maine Montana Missouri Tennessee Mississippi Pennsylvania Kentucky Rhode Island Oklahoma New York Vermont Arizona Louisiana Washington U.S. AVERAGE South Carolina Arkansas Florida Kansas Nebraska Iowa Colorado California North Carolina Idaho Ohio New Jersey Delaware Texas Georgia New Hampshire Oregon Indiana Illinois Michigan Wisconsin Utah Minnesota Nevada 0 2000 4000 6000 Dollars
Note: Chart excludes the District of Columbia, which received $67,982 per capita in total federal expenditure.

8000

10000

12000

14000

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Summary of Federal Government Expenditure by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2004
Total 2 162 204 39 8 41 19 232 30 30 5 37 121 55 12 8 76 37 19 19 31 32 10 64 53 60 28 22 45 7 11 12 7 55 19 143 55 6 73 26 21 94 8 30 6 45 141 13 4 90 44 15 31 4 047 445 979 489 387 060 304 253 630 934 153 187 968 828 918 473 131 714 954 865 726 120 488 791 338 730 494 795 769 959 264 864 903 233 035 195 644 871 900 245 051 602 441 858 684 633 638 841 183 554 393 Retirement and disability 666 969 12 1 12 7 64 8 7 2 1 48 17 3 3 25 14 6 6 10 9 3 14 14 22 10 7 14 2 4 5 3 18 4 41 20 1 26 9 8 33 2 10 1 14 41 4 1 20 14 5 12 1 930 135 942 404 078 918 809 085 882 050 748 202 053 597 019 971 412 579 981 587 190 186 916 059 297 071 394 070 149 028 922 681 209 131 477 251 169 452 147 627 812 842 517 765 123 417 982 472 835 065 192 Other direct payments 469 800 8 017 665 7 269 5 045 51 492 5 295 5 828 1 168 2 670 32 432 11 1 1 21 10 5 4 6 8 1 10 12 16 6 5 10 1 3 2 1 14 2 34 11 1 17 5 5 25 1 5 1 9 30 2 9 8 3 7 509 607 649 111 004 615 801 523 950 852 372 374 616 891 196 892 629 199 352 412 549 476 726 398 753 918 938 048 917 902 746 937 467 642 158 847 997 282 249 469 641 Grants 460 152 7 3 8 4 54 5 5 1 4 19 11 2 1 16 7 4 3 6 7 2 8 13 13 7 5 8 1 2 2 1 11 4 50 12 1 16 5 5 19 2 6 1 9 27 2 1 7 9 3 7 1 008 217 364 683 534 643 556 241 205 610 759 158 995 531 436 039 469 743 787 758 837 876 227 209 379 734 997 531 322 879 333 663 009 574 515 514 271 185 916 329 145 620 863 792 948 423 991 083 701 484 636 Procurement 339 681 7 600 1 700 9 797 848 40 254 5 747 9 509 265 13 347 11 447 5 2 1 6 4 1 2 4 3 1 20 9 4 2 2 7 813 066 373 583 002 599 242 637 418 711 Salaries and wages 225 601 3 1 3 1 22 4 1 492 728 608 509 029 457 602 494 15 526 10 395 8 324 3 154 898 7 007 2 457 1 249 2 208 3 231 2 818 957 10 3 3 2 2 4 523 557 610 302 094 042 886 1 298 1 347 654 328 072 070 197 787 576 463 903 609 829

[In million dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text] State and outlying area United States, total Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming American Samoa Fed. States of Micronesia Guam Marshall Islands Northern Marianas Palau Puerto Rico Virgin Islands Undistributed

804 127 119 329 372 991 587 697 1 600 985 132 973 889 933 503 936 804 283 311 559

6 5 8 3 6 2 1 9

4 2 9 7 5 3 1 6

4 193 438 8 118 26 969 2 304 541 35 325 6 946 1 041 2 641 403 17 – 355 158 9 – 462 21 18 851

3 156 765 3 476 14 690 2 150 405 16 342 6 058 1 358 1 895 521 9 – 320 – 6 – 1 026 66 4 065

262 103 1 249 218 213 51 15 479 592 23 075

44 – 221 1 24 – 5 668 155 26

14 9 85 2 18 3 2 999 86 89

178 94 269 56 156 47 5 324 263 44

Note: For additional information on categories and distributions shown, see footnotes to Tables 2 through 6 and Introduction.

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Table 2.

Federal Government Expenditure for Direct Payments for Individuals for Retirement and Disability, for Selected Programs by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2004
Social Security payments Federal retirement and disability benefits Supplemental security income payments 33 823 741 778 46 493 392 5 136 263 279 65 111 2 137 937 110 101 1 413 490 197 188 885 836 149 474 772 1 163 357 603 565 66 105 160 66 705 245 3 134 883 34 1 332 369 292 1 607 141 500 57 761 2 144 108 53 638 597 388 445 25 276 223 611 616 309 350 232 259 566 388 443 650 666 874 581 986 612 312 365 026 168 958 890 576 519 702 828 570 307 244 759 398 286 267 619 197 545 481 229 063 727 083 512 843 771 849 025 477 693 116 623 Veterans benefits Payments for service connected disability 22 145 959 476 99 544 360 1 851 410 157 57 37 1 623 711 124 134 454 336 167 193 376 357 230 368 467 451 360 252 424 118 197 216 122 388 310 861 894 58 636 555 389 751 92 413 86 508 1 966 120 52 702 734 241 374 49 503 197 342 830 000 973 126 846 971 275 101 352 890 617 900 315 574 826 950 614 397 299 609 894 384 964 220 684 269 304 986 452 924 187 513 565 331 510 174 047 915 192 599 471 694 523 375 179 728 460 775

[In thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

State and outlying area Total United States, total Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming American Samoa Fed. States of Micronesia Guam Marshall Islands Northern Marianas Palau Puerto Rico Virgin Islands Undistributed 666 969 380 12 1 12 7 64 8 7 2 1 48 17 3 3 25 14 6 6 10 9 3 14 14 22 10 7 14 2 4 5 3 18 4 41 20 1 26 9 8 33 2 10 1 14 41 4 1 20 14 5 12 1 930 135 942 403 077 917 809 085 882 049 747 202 052 596 018 971 411 578 980 586 190 186 915 059 296 070 393 069 149 028 921 680 208 131 477 251 169 452 146 626 811 841 516 765 123 416 981 472 835 064 192 486 323 252 543 698 674 446 478 456 721 906 245 909 955 979 457 819 704 931 700 244 357 679 091 543 928 731 531 411 197 947 750 620 135 265 410 062 069 850 776 549 507 572 195 174 964 969 271 136 717 428 Retirement insurance payments 315 780 113 4 907 371 6 182 3 094 30 532 3 787 4 690 1 041 419 23 987 7 1 1 13 7 3 3 4 3 1 5 7 12 5 2 6 1 1 2 1 10 1 22 9 13 3 4 16 1 179 449 427 481 385 861 180 084 854 574 306 377 196 450 804 691 071 985 397 533 912 790 244 272 711 072 867 285 987 349 020 558 428 491 510 661 016 648 234 479 098 376 554 722 676 177 694 327 113 198 641 584 837 438 267 848 128 447 212 382 560 396 011 528 742 842 107 328 377 405 852 626 553 105 687 134 006 227 831 175 200 Survivors insurance payments 96 551 586 1 884 126 1 594 1 059 8 658 1 128 1 132 284 132 5 996 2 435 315 414 4 264 2 326 1 186 961 1 660 1 978 463 1 1 3 1 1 2 631 981 925 549 090 125 337 604 569 375 243 327 599 431 313 109 363 017 172 244 158 726 504 312 265 565 944 539 726 211 456 480 055 564 855 701 076 240 754 578 427 951 769 015 404 633 223 601 410 132 682 534 977 080 288 693 270 411 428 050 105 Disability insurance payments 80 439 028 1 976 118 1 466 1 181 7 224 880 855 255 129 4 760 2 385 239 340 2 907 1 755 713 639 1 932 1 500 518 1 1 3 1 1 1 150 920 255 083 262 914 251 380 567 391 531 864 767 955 992 809 482 372 962 411 352 702 844 895 426 591 288 208 633 995 222 008 794 264 014 778 115 293 242 619 772 307 953 682 459 551 423 560 130 867 743 167 485 413 003 185 524 232 846 653 814

Civilian 53 358 037 1 305 172 1 072 506 4 795 966 328 166 934 3 646 1 653 544 272 1 379 735 418 501 686 560 302 3 537 942 874 549 522 1 103 253 267 468 258 1 191 579 1 975 1 386 128 1 558 1 013 687 2 231 195 791 624 136 490 751 157 571 800 262 090 185 952 335 792 566 158 725 837 852 599 402 166 475 693 735 398 356 411 007 645 842 176 525 083 063 668 483 089 626 183

Military 42 631 303 1 109 174 1 205 491 4 346 1 183 218 153 69 4 510 1 780 357 239 676 404 184 426 474 540 228 1 170 374 460 285 507 677 153 285 617 214 397 484 601 1 653 72 827 651 434 911 130 1 125 118 943 4 112 281 64 4 017 1 540 177 303 91 275 285 482 730 859 267 175 239 280 956 211 679 682 572 468 530 287 420 510 866 120 757 816 145 740 635 211 366 235 637 358 927 432 853 838 999 659 335 518 119 110 705 490 807 202 734 480 105 842 702 612

Other benefit payments 7 166 216 236 9 136 125 567 99 38 15 18 519 273 26 31 165 97 61 64 136 173 49 107 120 159 91 120 160 27 47 57 27 104 65 284 261 15 251 188 108 287 25 162 27 201 629 28 13 209 155 82 101 10 615 268 818 966 207 151 056 631 301 494 155 297 458 125 724 731 749 684 321 333 169 742 960 975 073 446 743 951 958 609 797 883 043 156 551 530 692 621 795 286 702 893 896 341 197 707 723 324 321 168 635

Other 15 073 398 256 16 246 190 964 198 110 45 29 868 393 33 89 853 486 180 254 341 178 69 444 229 427 330 132 406 115 195 95 38 286 108 665 307 59 902 149 176 1 333 24 160 26 304 814 124 23 455 278 309 232 61 233 977 069 032 757 197 423 666 708 384 202 510 977 047 372 404 944 551 460 857 669 364 243 543 955 455 055 569 426 180 445 260 677 364 076 425 600 543 593 673 649 011 910 152 529 131 105 124 357 042 122

2 808 580 5 972 2 560 270 4 731 1 328 1 156 5 370 319 1 390 284 2 147 6 579 526 203 2 199 1 769 997 1 901 162

2 125 515 5 468 2 912 126 2 937 1 045 921 3 666 349 1 586 166 2 127 4 406 348 182 2 024 1 484 1 058 1 355 115

4 610 880 6 386 17 762 1 823 736 7 129 6 530 2 230 6 816 555

860 169 194 295 1 134 150 3 349 982 761 802 87 007 3 606 460 1 383 192 348 090 535 352 120 542 1 756 170 56 249 21 5 812 143 223 124 14 908 112

43 973 475 221 055 1 162 24 090 450 5 667 797 155 075 25 546

11 191 136 69 584 741 5 750 167 2 341 320 89 762 –

11 580 52 29 500 291 4 558 87 1 028 104 23 803 –

9 905 22 15 796 91 1 310 13 1 506 016 18 678 –

– – – – 4 073 – – – –

4 022 – 35 393 – 1 890 – 110 554 4 824 9 358

4 376 89 11 384 9 606 8 250 964 1 698 –

1 076 5 2 195 7 82 32 178 185 659 –

66 – 954 2 8 – 29 530 744 16 076

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Table 3.

Federal Government Expenditure for Direct Payments Other Than for Retirement and Disability, for Selected Programs by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2004
Medicare benefits Excess earned income tax credits 34 454 758 891 50 637 474 3 739 368 231 88 79 2 434 1 475 118 149 1 323 646 236 262 522 1 021 113 517 403 974 341 715 670 104 159 239 77 981 657 207 388 113 132 332 207 580 876 470 148 369 323 620 538 871 773 656 635 671 016 216 316 183 007 105 359 156 498 Federal employees life and health insurance 19 149 309 327 1 213 111 1 482 291 122 40 942 827 446 157 61 483 205 144 92 166 195 77 2 886 329 256 231 139 1 385 62 91 76 93 294 144 615 297 37 416 314 200 1 170 51 173 25 222 937 174 23 1 258 419 109 192 35 866 629 980 628 647 257 116 111 721 046 003 232 578 877 157 884 383 285 250 463 285 439 856 100 451 515 967 805 413 986 718 285 452 482 499 055 314 244 610 428 414 030 590 093 138 608 588 103 742 614 083

[In thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

State and outlying area Total United States, total Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming American Samoa Fed. States of Micronesia Guam Marshall Islands Northern Marianas Palau Puerto Rico Virgin Islands Undistributed 469 799 943 8 016 665 7 268 5 045 51 492 5 294 5 827 1 167 2 669 32 432 11 1 1 21 10 5 4 6 8 1 10 12 16 6 5 10 1 3 2 1 14 2 34 11 1 17 5 5 25 1 5 1 9 30 2 9 8 3 7 509 606 649 110 003 614 800 523 949 851 371 373 616 890 196 892 629 198 351 411 549 475 726 397 752 918 937 048 917 902 745 937 466 641 158 846 997 282 248 469 641 960 018 771 499 139 717 902 621 812 424 304 602 444 712 603 611 691 441 939 541 837 615 037 961 060 183 390 934 616 826 149 868 294 621 999 392 521 156 388 279 733 022 686 945 494 747 316 098 965 165 467 073 680 079 249 147 758 415 971 Hospital insurance 165 968 515 3 108 138 2 395 1 658 18 165 1 657 2 407 422 461 12 536 3 867 491 478 7 546 3 386 1 458 1 455 2 403 3 526 691 3 5 5 2 1 3 003 383 939 175 834 625 418 761 781 569 922 700 722 308 171 279 108 307 260 415 564 416 188 821 007 764 262 473 466 840 914 438 648 764 931 433 672 281 645 322

Supplementary medical insurance 134 120 136 2 181 93 2 180 1 228 16 548 1 373 1 913 342 382 12 413 2 937 466 385 5 581 2 497 1 344 1 256 1 743 2 222 528 2 3 5 1 1 2 533 526 223 697 232 782 345 658 699 414 182 482 176 044 507 591 774 301 698 462 164 121 797 114 223 514 451 294 089 138 503 783 537 492 403 389 493 999 544 069

Unemployment compensation 38 214 521 267 142 301 273 5 545 481 649 111 93 1 113 671 122 154 2 306 581 340 305 450 296 122 296 317 514 045 644 549 150 564 126 007 573 952 603 458 386 512 206 755 173 736

Food stamp payments 24 696 715 512 64 577 346 1 989 252 197 56 97 1 268 923 151 90 1 211 549 176 158 542 753 139 286 304 896 256 360 663 79 108 119 43 377 217 1 876 753 40 1 027 397 430 933 73 501 53 811 2 306 126 47 476 455 231 269 24 604 405 868 881 214 942 530 542 508 549 815 809 972 362 501 334 017 744 905 619 695 436 140 580 952 426 197 691 520 549 526 424 078 200 286 772 777 542 274 551 205 934 798 786 127 076 166 273 721 439 981

Housing assistance 4 472 029 118 9 28 33 229 28 70 13 49 128 122 14 1 318 49 7 18 56 102 9 105 140 71 57 31 63 4 12 15 9 211 15 1 040 110 2 206 31 19 288 27 35 4 101 145 10 3 71 46 18 28 1 739 093 051 372 569 658 682 042 459 092 479 356 622 858 559 702 869 002 121 989 776 342 683 368 991 703 346 971 659 869 409 016 005 269 675 583 708 157 690 892 385 523 908 003 813 160 615 286 469 233 023

Agricultural assistance 17 050 640 175 11 108 636 664 370 17 19 86 179 357 5 186 1 302 532 1 566 1 033 162 360 34 65 14 267 878 373 594 394 863 18 8 14 91 101 369 820 389 290 131 143 2 123 665 171 1 476 38 16 134 268 17 393 47 541 221 719 001 910 211 639 542 467 589 212 893 190 001 489 766 016 247 416 947 622 780 153 567 315 931 142 665 294 576 320 637 337 870 407 779 528 498 691 426 089 703 866 293 647 927 382 177 213 016 756

Other 31 673 319 432 153 825 283 3 127 471 218 74 476 1 531 708 78 141 1 036 1 555 338 218 475 471 133 503 630 804 497 341 555 147 414 121 106 564 250 2 078 793 147 867 464 314 1 308 138 381 419 580 2 271 286 123 1 303 605 221 640 65 8 8 14 2 7 2 825 11 829 514 534 833 364 098 572 005 993 387 023 675 124 898 661 597 617 869 863 174 315 426 571 569 287 067 245 485 250 024 810 949 672 173 599 001 594 979 866 751 169 371 382 168 816 923 588 533 716 323 835 449 680 054 249 588 758 284 122

469 056 1 640 955 2 182 233 755 206 166 546 551 712 73 222 127 677 280 135 88 935 2 130 130 2 778 1 011 37 1 345 252 784 2 557 217 388 27 512 1 944 172 82 435 1 412 156 894 40 180 158 505 574 398 432 261 582 152 824 550 373 412 886 548 274 282 926 545 421 803

5 519 432 690 711 13 235 956 3 914 633 332 999 6 947 442 2 220 011 1 513 218 10 401 546 753 597 1 913 365 3 832 10 443 652 296 3 051 2 441 1 295 2 544 216 302 894 811 038 970 254 746 629 949 911 041

4 706 812 613 224 10 819 230 2 906 209 279 184 5 516 066 1 463 827 1 338 760 7 994 982 541 617 1 507 295 2 358 7 380 486 207 2 497 2 128 977 2 097 161 913 869 556 376 051 162 089 500 575 250 534

729 942 322 464 2 181 059 1 241 212 54 951 1 202 261 502 502 315 176 1 118 578 95 194 721 79 874 3 737 210 46 768 504 220 408 48 707 325 363 302 383 362 859 671 036 958 410

14 8 85 2 18 2 2 999 85

– – 880 – – – 617 038 15 468 –

– – 671 – – – 1 096 298 12 044 –

– – – – – – 3 640 – –

– – – – – – 228 245 6 945 –

5 600 – 48 115 – 10 538 – – 19 215 –

– – 3 424 – – – 105 974 18 789 –

24 – 19 – 21 – 49 564 2 388 –

– – 17 917 – – – 73 372 – –

89 049

89 049

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Table 4.

Federal Government Expenditure for Grants, by Agency, by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2004
Department of Agriculture 24 921 811 396 135 443 287 3 016 318 169 67 70 1 082 791 124 140 824 393 229 294 362 492 90 303 348 690 397 369 447 139 225 124 65 441 258 1 467 694 208 695 389 266 711 65 343 162 445 2 313 194 71 436 428 167 367 53 7 2 21 1 12 308 264 707 349 896 235 217 357 002 251 014 896 582 666 574 681 720 886 383 887 989 936 364 391 931 244 441 610 513 068 016 942 457 641 635 346 263 644 687 849 856 994 153 836 704 054 014 573 967 835 454 Appalachian Regional Commission 65 702 6 257 – – – – – – – 793 – 4 821 – – – – – – 6 740 – – 2 401 30 17 – 3 928 – – – – – – – 3 537 4 188 – 5 655 – – 8 800 – 2 504 – 6 206 – – – 4 342 106 5 376 – – – – – – – – – – – Department of Commerce 1 574 605 15 118 6 5 119 64 19 10 42 66 16 40 11 24 3 4 3 17 50 19 44 60 35 9 26 11 3 4 3 64 37 11 69 31 4 33 14 62 27 10 84 1 11 47 3 2 46 86 13 27 2 290 446 599 585 325 831 817 805 367 117 329 919 115 553 642 969 596 334 204 145 365 752 366 986 312 011 811 776 814 002 120 758 040 594 187 323 018 179 375 119 882 683 114 561 164 646 576 840 227 943 441 Corporation for National and Community Service 707 511 5 6 9 7 115 6 4 2 50 31 15 3 5 17 8 6 6 7 8 4 20 19 11 10 5 10 9 4 4 4 12 4 72 8 2 15 9 11 19 4 5 2 8 25 5 2 22 23 7 11 1 192 227 633 079 478 314 852 050 469 917 351 106 352 133 218 477 371 524 356 719 521 906 962 472 486 793 360 592 248 219 251 737 381 627 117 071 337 425 440 554 897 496 622 430 780 259 517 839 709 038 675 Corporation for Public Broadcasting 411 970 2 8 4 1 41 4 2 582 898 118 722 919 724 459 1 6 351 13 314 5 2 2 12 6 3 2 4 3 1 5 14 8 13 2 4 1 4 2 1 3 3 37 82 1 11 2 4 11 342 177 281 481 626 922 867 664 483 652 074 133 652 700 101 988 113 065 357 954 567 498 777 720 211 168 634 810 741 710 311 426 062 115 556 714 650 621 347 900 836 Department of Defense 4 537 556 69 70 136 37 565 80 77 24 43 133 51 57 33 106 92 64 91 18 111 46 168 251 81 91 44 84 58 35 22 38 98 48 210 116 38 114 19 38 232 25 76 34 54 192 45 36 105 90 70 55 1 772 716 443 948 788 854 737 137 193 382 984 236 730 418 038 620 360 199 676 174 512 119 021 873 898 996 647 510 297 136 928 135 427 236 007 915 271 120 139 310 770 508 845 055 656 319 144 720 638 860 985 Department of Education 38 757 134 618 336 842 391 4 723 478 373 115 348 1 843 1 059 249 179 1 524 642 328 380 574 711 174 586 805 1 187 538 474 655 215 242 221 142 927 532 2 754 975 155 1 267 556 456 1 349 157 548 182 712 3 177 296 109 821 713 274 619 118 39 10 50 4 29 3 903 39 145 167 604 889 920 121 606 962 230 862 737 624 965 116 599 767 600 246 018 385 581 137 632 856 736 606 546 153 173 390 276 553 077 830 718 074 138 573 422 668 713 710 885 815 455 905 824 947 228 511 905 976 411 101 492 402 055 225 871 –

[In thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

State and outlying area Total United States, total Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming American Samoa Fed. States of Micronesia Guam Marshall Islands Northern Marianas Palau Puerto Rico Virgin Islands Undistributed See footnotes at end of table. 460 152 282 7 3 8 4 54 5 5 1 4 19 11 2 1 16 7 4 3 6 7 2 8 13 13 7 5 8 1 2 2 1 11 4 50 12 1 16 5 5 19 2 6 1 9 27 2 1 7 9 3 7 1 007 216 363 682 534 643 555 241 204 609 758 158 994 531 436 038 468 743 786 757 836 876 227 208 378 734 997 530 321 878 333 662 008 574 515 513 270 184 915 329 145 620 863 792 947 423 991 082 700 483 635 819 865 600 798 048 498 683 092 862 519 731 313 706 175 310 677 608 285 693 942 910 126 411 781 932 296 362 936 630 737 180 536 574 492 253 740 581 929 826 088 106 407 362 386 857 455 079 685 592 990 620 059 914 701 384 107 403 856 364

3 1 5 13 5 1 8 6 1 6

178 93 268 56 156 47 5 323 263

823 670 698 112 211 149 1 820 770 20 051 6 046

1 806 – 1 726 – 1 632 – 13 431 2 037 –

492 – 495 – – – 5 280 661 –

427 – 665 – – – 3 647 609 2 528

– – – – – – 37 190 3 964 –

44 412

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Table 4.

Federal Government Expenditure for Grants, by Agency, by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Election Assistance Commission 1 333 855 35 867 – – 21 599 94 559 34 545 27 720 4 150 11 597 47 417 64 748 – 11 597 – 48 545 23 739 7 662 32 899 35 068 4 150 42 52 28 39 22 44 4 4 5 11 478 222 257 179 418 915 150 920 785 597 Department of Energy 1 847 718 34 6 15 3 229 59 45 9 23 25 43 4 14 61 37 65 11 13 9 5 32 141 64 31 10 13 6 5 48 6 38 62 164 25 15 40 9 16 98 4 22 4 22 64 17 5 39 54 14 39 6 795 214 219 366 234 023 230 008 792 558 440 320 145 430 327 889 537 834 852 793 569 440 029 527 535 114 632 738 151 390 732 227 847 739 731 443 681 176 062 590 495 863 505 259 257 645 084 351 033 250 540 460 – 400 – 230 – 745 248 – Environmental Protection Agency 4 116 198 52 85 53 42 329 67 65 29 82 133 80 29 49 157 71 75 42 59 58 37 99 128 158 77 44 88 36 31 27 28 82 47 134 83 28 157 65 75 164 36 34 34 49 258 33 30 109 106 68 119 22 581 441 534 043 222 278 752 684 334 905 824 475 525 069 274 358 449 971 652 581 337 340 510 106 523 676 197 482 720 113 368 761 919 557 740 598 391 372 126 894 888 155 110 167 761 340 857 550 857 357 005 Equal Employment Opportunity Commission 30 959 – 156 477 – 2 984 329 796 327 100 1 598 184 144 303 1 491 546 809 327 202 38 225 648 1 674 724 554 – 766 267 567 1 078 110 531 287 2 160 82 165 1 923 362 519 2 014 226 661 181 304 957 359 60 246 700 240 1 099 92 – – – – – – 367 8 – Department of Health and Human Services 267 189 711 842 268 974 705 194 667 346 626 1 624 11 278 3 1 4 2 33 2 3 686 933 829 421 283 061 103 906 807 983 Department of Homeland Security 3 644 351 196 13 16 51 110 17 21 9 16 850 20 3 7 37 45 42 20 68 38 14 73 35 129 26 37 27 8 22 8 7 71 19 155 114 17 87 35 44 114 3 24 5 70 239 12 7 234 65 97 39 5 475 536 202 594 664 478 105 048 208 333 550 816 910 803 671 380 711 730 236 378 084 191 668 894 032 759 108 172 094 615 943 981 616 607 121 879 493 178 766 118 887 615 561 697 436 509 418 477 577 835 059 Department of Housing and Urban Development 33 848 541 391 147 447 251 4 378 398 580 92 321 1 246 759 141 82 1 778 527 230 199 450 486 187 706 1 685 875 558 271 542 108 143 157 145 1 292 167 3 832 680 104 1 348 429 349 1 543 228 329 117 493 1 726 148 79 652 635 175 482 36 143 376 625 547 192 556 480 862 134 989 810 756 193 448 817 746 849 887 638 212 744 156 663 686 308 818 635 383 350 953 431 670 412 069 802 263 291 489 558 872 424 246 475 627 048 660 819 980 777 733 589 Institute of Museum and Library Services 238 922 495 372 021 711 709 336 480 861 4 499 11 806 5 2 1 11 6 4 2 3 3 1 3 8 6 3 2 4 1 1 1 1 6 2 18 5 9 3 2 12 1 447 186 626 634 181 497 025 370 230 799 161 100 765 728 151 261 468 623 523 230 222 118 783 813 704 250 682 221 165 207 3 1 3 1 21 3 3 Department of the Interior 4 021 625 38 99 99 13 262 149 8 7 26 39 21 39 57 21 14 17 15 46 60 19 17 23 39 35 22 24 107 14 231 14 13 435 39 25 51 32 30 176 25 6 14 85 25 66 136 10 43 120 64 27 668 34 52 62 44 15 38 7 69 744 445 829 357 112 231 407 283 416 462 960 522 687 220 782 268 765 420 400 313 874 110 456 726 578 122 611 042 602 716 329 457 594 701 996 934 867 013 623 514 207 202 330 188 931 409 727 567 125 709 915 925 358 884 192 232 609 394 452

[In thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

State and outlying area

United States, total Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming American Samoa Fed. States of Micronesia Guam Marshall Islands Northern Marianas Palau Puerto Rico Virgin Islands Undistributed See footnotes at end of table.

6 962 809 1 006 912 994 872 9 318 522 4 321 705 2 275 823 1 770 890 4 053 926 4 790 508 1 806 184 5 8 8 4 3 5 504 582 040 324 382 481 831 1 355 976 983 381 540 516 022 555 696 906 808 493 448 259 655 554 656 313 317 614 822 594 258 963 713 934 570 679 462 542 885 067 237 808 066 062 303 310 357 084 472 589 926 998 226 120 944 597 580 319 031 660 –

24 358 14 280 – 65 478 4 150 90 993 – 9 962 100 579 4 150 32 421 – 16 546 57 505 – 11 597 20 573 47 196 15 304 43 064 11 597 2 319 – – – – – – – –

6 2 31 8 10 2 2 12 1

3 740 633 6 618 15 294 1 539 799 3 708 5 151 2 117 4 379 386 20 10 41 5 14 5 1 006 50

2 314 890 5 987 15 128 1 792 775 5 348 4 597 1 223 3 867 865 147 – 114 56 151 – 2 102 104 –

3 279 – 4 874 – 5 693 – 28 728 5 896 –

36 564 16 650 13 905 100 29 598 – 99 201 2 117 –

1 241 – 38 173 – 3 525 – 624 581 27 604 1 226

5 783

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Table 4.

Federal Government Expenditure for Grants, by Agency, by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Department of Justice 7 155 656 97 73 139 62 912 127 80 35 123 345 222 46 48 219 100 72 63 107 117 49 147 167 169 111 59 123 44 65 83 69 188 91 509 153 42 199 82 81 225 40 111 45 114 408 54 40 217 157 64 113 29 762 382 047 476 192 252 040 937 272 577 873 889 470 871 256 934 827 194 022 389 039 504 540 433 466 103 713 415 292 358 682 174 419 191 909 047 389 110 797 431 901 238 582 316 610 844 658 451 525 030 339 Department of Labor 8 561 568 122 54 156 71 670 113 107 27 211 390 172 47 55 420 139 73 61 125 105 54 191 205 346 133 89 150 40 36 59 31 239 61 474 315 24 315 78 165 430 33 114 32 164 584 71 22 267 259 58 191 21 708 312 348 760 354 475 155 633 972 984 887 160 188 744 572 274 055 919 195 097 664 894 446 860 123 157 201 901 443 113 348 602 770 411 315 626 151 473 203 822 521 524 220 069 650 719 791 522 461 643 255 National Aeronautics and Space Administration 1 084 871 41 5 17 1 193 48 9 2 20 28 21 22 3 16 6 9 6 2 6 5 101 54 17 4 17 9 7 2 1 12 12 4 41 12 2 42 9 6 20 5 5 1 8 73 3 1 70 9 36 11 1 048 569 667 911 641 493 117 271 130 744 857 079 515 821 885 807 281 783 215 160 155 180 102 832 553 438 517 248 979 631 977 972 296 785 218 593 934 284 509 322 081 897 195 098 951 233 528 647 070 301 637 National Archives and Records Administration 9 704 – 78 53 – 829 – 203 361 1 262 10 82 – 10 387 22 – 20 99 – 199 276 719 111 87 – 163 9 56 20 – 445 71 1 376 457 47 – 147 – 296 – 227 – 131 271 – – 767 76 – 316 20 – – – – – – – – – National Endowment for the Arts 96 057 861 742 154 630 517 421 521 637 116 546 National Endowment for the Humanities 121 739 1 087 854 977 578 7 208 1 467 3 477 853 3 049 2 310 3 269 948 628 6 617 1 670 1 137 677 811 769 1 492 2 9 3 3 1 2 371 591 186 283 190 709 811 802 519 757 381 538 254 368 749 468 653 125 406 324 National Science Foundation 5 232 033 49 35 107 12 798 274 45 18 320 147 110 35 10 244 90 41 29 32 39 19 120 393 144 73 27 46 23 27 13 16 108 39 416 121 11 90 28 60 239 34 30 10 55 166 40 8 121 121 9 136 10 985 380 783 786 740 527 574 432 656 153 184 503 684 015 939 504 775 130 932 002 385 836 009 483 108 694 485 872 246 683 354 720 812 577 433 292 518 983 945 453 410 720 627 710 639 214 250 418 969 483 170 Small Business Administration 45 678 2 085 70 372 38 1 162 – – – 1 825 1 153 – – 117 3 771 1 220 495 307 – 235 1 531 570 44 479 602 – 1 327 3 386 300 275 – 433 981 3 271 1 481 180 553 1 210 1 647 4 321 – 2 353 300 1 104 1 189 75 – 2 182 – 1 187 1 520 28 300 – – – – – – – –

[In thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

State and outlying area

United States, total Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming American Samoa Fed. States of Micronesia Guam Marshall Islands Northern Marianas Palau Puerto Rico Virgin Islands Undistributed See footnotes at end of table.

1 8 2 1 3 1

2 523 1 130 809 3 303 941 728 981 994 1 264 1 040 615 192 646 489 801 2 457 875 712 659 800 1 1 15 1 1 1 3 1 303 449 422 549 635 661 675 098 359 061 2 4 1 3

2 1 14 2 3 1 7 1

1 009 664 1 184 2 801 1 066 862 1 188 2 041 651 1 006 606 247 – 240 – 241 – 654 281 –

792 549 2 138 4 009 966 799 5 052 2 423 551 1 788 516 305 – 296 – 289 – 608 296 –

7 760 – 9 548 – 7 288 – 63 036 9 857 –

644 1 705 2 056 836 1 540 269 153 376 7 451 –

– – – – – – 4 563 150 –

– – – – – – 15 366 1 483 –

6

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Table 4.

Federal Government Expenditure for Grants, by Agency, by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Department of State 205 631 805 243 3 199 803 26 080 3 700 2 623 850 17 635 5 908 4 399 935 575 9 501 2 801 2 966 1 327 1 575 2 455 562 5 12 4 4 236 205 355 287 875 3 662 1 127 1 999 563 795 189 759 009 306 764 090 686 223 319 179 State Justice Institute 1 767 2 37 6 – 39 184 – 1 69 2 21 8 47 9 6 5 6 20 – – 67 1 203 39 – – – – 76 6 19 20 107 – – 16 – – 22 19 2 7 287 1 4 26 259 48 44 32 – – – – – – – – – – Tennessee Valley Authority1 337 269 80 958 – – – – – – – – – 5 430 – – – – – – 27 193 – – – – – – 18 704 – – – – – – – – 1 638 – – – – – – – – 203 346 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Department of Transportation 48 496 756 887 747 873 706 4 638 710 549 149 417 1 860 1 297 276 270 1 674 863 446 438 711 623 203 647 834 1 159 697 429 924 338 285 319 225 492 326 747 796 913 868 112 234 963 100 302 835 150 450 239 741 043 514 269 945 236 230 870 540 788 927 929 606 682 632 Department of the Treasury2 800 141 151 50 2 738 80 2 900 78 236 52 408 133 5 001 343 119 72 2 925 452 90 58 319 100 85 598 1 388 1 127 152 176 349 32 374 100 81 2 937 44 10 767 1 019 29 1 880 150 731 406 150 1 366 49 239 10 761 47 167 649 397 70 197 43 – – – – – – 339 634 50 – Department of Veterans Affairs 654 107 13 231 – 5 853 2 381 48 519 8 748 8 647 3 729 1 417 11 751 11 20 10 25 6 13 14 10 30 7 4 25 17 14 13 25 3 11 5 4 16 3 21 4 1 16 26 2 31 5 6 2 21 33 3 3 20 11 1 36 1 639 006 966 100 600 681 829 554 395 618 298 933 252 208 646 717 318 889 241 943 578 127 785 238 695 732 379 915 198 174 611 867 005 133 246 187 100 728 785 092 159

[In thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

State and outlying area

Social Security Administration 11 016 – – – – – – – – – – – – – 4 729 – – – – – – – 3 449 2 838 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

Other 90 120 312 633 815 349 666 369 217 659 071 386

United States, total Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming American Samoa Fed. States of Micronesia Guam Marshall Islands Northern Marianas Palau Puerto Rico Virgin Islands Undistributed

18 2 1 2 2

1 572 612 593 1 950 1 161 369 694 350 99 226 1 803 5 061 606 1 154 251 1 204 361 307 235 1 185 755 873 7 827 1 604 188 3 999 921 1 060 1 214 806 – 213 1 503 4 468 355 2 085 2 678 807 514 1 112 64 – – – – – – 593 – 7 210

3 1 24 5 5 1 3 8 1

1 323 741 305 088 7 987 502 1 014 418 241 130 1 224 484 567 799 536 715 2 028 265 207 327 600 258 742 3 002 328 173 1 017 975 431 760 252 894 000 258 069 782 083 710 161 228 754 575

1 902 347 1 777 8 847 1 256 986 4 045 4 432 321 2 787 253 – – – – – – 107 – –

19 119 – 19 583 – 34 496 – 191 962 20 516 21 619

– – – – – – 1 265 – –

1Payments in lieu of taxes have been categorized as "grants." 2Includes distributions to state and local governments of seized cash assets and proceeds from the sale of other seized assets. 3Also includes Treasury payments to recipients that are separate from the government of the District of Columbia and Washington

Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA).

Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004
U.S. Census Bureau

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Table 5.

Federal Government Expenditure for Procurement Contracts, by Agency, by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2004
Department of Defense

[In thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

State and outlying area Total United States, total Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming American Samoa Fed. States of Micronesia Guam Marshall Islands Northern Marianas Palau Puerto Rico Virgin Islands Undistributed1 See footnotes at end of table. 339 680 775 7 599 862 1 699 744 9 796 779 847 534 40 253 979 5 747 033 9 508 964 265 275 13 346 641 11 447 152 5 2 1 6 4 1 2 4 3 1 20 9 4 2 2 7 812 066 373 582 002 599 241 636 418 711 510 038 203 810 129 246 633 868 393 354 835 096 315 461 436 155 088 175 503 478 289 835 842 055 631 685 948 768 177 527 800 779 171 708 926 709 140 805 791 909 579 Total 211 538 185 5 849 415 1 262 270 8 429 925 493 707 27 882 008 3 151 275 8 958 624 194 245 3 516 694 8 385 036 3 905 793 1 713 256 186 973 3 007 055 3 172 722 733 831 1 411 996 2 890 584 2 543 966 1 555 527 9 6 2 1 1 6 214 962 611 337 866 502 206 401 439 715 124 816 013 805 646 161 883 287 066 932 890 390 181 804 468 529 421 634 651 901 Army 59 332 624 2 309 659 3 005 170 4 197 622 1 673 108 1 071 2 196 1 413 521 101 1 014 1 772 224 532 665 476 173 326 026 352 149 185 817 515 825 272 022 601 089 953 867 598 471 875 024 013 553 Navy 59 586 122 290 52 190 35 845 143 068 5 748 195 641 142 709 516 622 424 128 131 672 055 941 529 917 774 314 644 856 841 327 121 Air Force 54 073 312 414 355 088 154 346 919 926 62 171 941 440 224 495 465 119 786 510 525 702 483 770 409 725 968 080 350 804 479 820 189 848 608 159 222 960 706 900 505 950 226 101 382 308 071 547 398 279 801 202 942 Army Corps of Engineers 3 304 576 83 46 28 63 168 26 5 8 44 273 103 7 7 170 35 19 19 105 244 7 42 63 35 34 126 144 15 24 20 3 208 40 89 54 37 61 30 80 66 25 48 7 63 172 6 11 72 100 89 12 252 938 416 190 630 066 756 084 541 162 051 978 884 374 630 324 294 997 456 799 463 873 215 518 000 781 891 364 324 797 613 578 561 704 548 451 581 029 197 912 053 112 131 556 716 511 040 775 162 874 409 Other defense 35 241 550 2 751 148 2 116 70 4 324 439 284 9 480 779 249 376 14 585 622 76 88 1 785 485 42 2 074 551 396 188 91 305 23 16 27 54 621 89 569 361 37 1 038 240 43 1 095 15 268 99 294 2 239 89 84 5 985 662 62 309 52 756 941 953 387 452 182 715 679 506 315 430 250 495 072 100 043 168 244 350 865 945 355 976 140 716 835 268 378 780 834 805 659 172 178 065 838 575 983 526 363 412 371 747 453 577 420 284 555 236 643 822

2 6 5 1 2

1 12 1 1 2

388 584 9 492 535 145 26 214 1 295 1 319

1 750 223 52 743 207 268 744 119 42 12 981 2 184 175 135 244 1 689 78 261 146 205 299 424 709 255 153 1 657 678 19 542 3

803 127 119 329 372 991 587 697 1 599 985 132 972 888 933 502 935 803 282 311 558

3 038 038 2 121 918 1 863 717 465 718 390 157 894 516 86 540 93 321 157 656 290 102 1 472 478 1 043 824 76 1 551 452 282 3 072 27 491 60 436 4 874 348 308 6 182 532 51 797 11 425 057 886 092 913 633 962 292 896 058 040 967 565 679 335 659 314 916 905 682 145

3 076 829 2 041 062 139 946 514 206 1 013 813 3 467 324 2 285 5 719 86 356 161 972 1 594 37 2 646 717 4 327 123 103 1 425 345 585 28 84 5 611 126 36 8 312 853 45 537 947 714 254 759 395 210 024 529 830 626 211 090 682 111 337 097 522 479 511 813 494

6 5 8 3 6 2 1 9

196 070 058 212 309 4 636 1 525 529 6 202 417

4 1 5 2

4 192 437 8 118 26 968 2 303 540 35 325 6 945 1 040 2 640 402

1 598 448 236 224 2 117 272 21 050 237 1 877 903 452 362 23 391 866 3 324 631 279 595 1 745 656 115 111 2 084 – 343 065 158 014 3 270 – 285 001 4 663 8 890 279

205 733 40 684 1 238 147 8 152 438 1 306 938 11 675 2 839 706 1 174 905 30 782 87 644 50 240 84 – 132 125 – – – 394 – 2 408 360

16 603 90 354 599 158 014 8 599 – 461 613 21 227 18 851 268

565 – 2 187 158 014 900 – 65 000 450 3 415 873

1 435 – 193 882 – 2 330 – 44 591 86 1 698 345

– – – – – – 39 898 4 119 –

– – 14 870 – 40 – 135 120 8 1 367 701

8

Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004
U.S. Census Bureau

Table 5.

Federal Government Expenditure for Procurement Contracts, by Agency, by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Nondefense Agencies

[In thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

State and outlying area Total United States, total Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming American Samoa Fed. States of Micronesia Guam Marshall Islands Northern Marianas Palau Puerto Rico Virgin Islands Undistributed1 See footnotes at end of table. 128 142 590 1 750 437 1 366 353 12 371 2 595 550 71 9 829 3 062 1 906 352 1 186 3 575 829 865 829 1 746 874 155 447 474 855 826 971 759 340 030 947 116 717 783 230 755 407 414 637 284 427 827

Department of Agriculture 4 211 683 33 44 54 22 412 113 8 3 216 60 47 22 69 164 24 141 114 27 86 5 74 7 55 298 21 221 39 54 10 1 45 17 39 51 29 77 30 176 50 890 841 063 367 731 034 576 629 609 172 980 649 241 636 399 030 255 878 640 848 745 747 904 651 444 955 698 016 174 341 590 345 380 971 607 350 644 852 702 – 502 599 056 450 353 893 906 040 524 726 911

Department of Commerce 1 678 062 1 163 42 809 4 519 131 40 814 38 542 3 409 1 123 162 765 30 903 12 703 11 499 841 8 957 4 169 773 2 210 556 15 459 2 680 376 56 1 23 26 6 806 754 761 755 848 130 402 3 206 4 950 5 899

Department of Education 1 528 756 26 – 300 – 187 492 065 2 355 23

Department of Energy 22 160 730 1 907 1 281 58 804 641 2 372 323 999 845 4 137 – 68 488 32 572 14 153 37 999 760 490 611 328 36 713 119 051 106

Environmental Protection Agency 1 000 582 1 759 – 751 70 43 025 29 971 1 526 2 461 32 938 12 062 35 833 – 183 32 425 490 – 9 789 3 647 230 800 873 771 496 557 657 23 192 367 – 4 183 9 249 57 1 22 61 100 7 3 34 6 169 393 410 766 582 702 342 687 724 453 273 – 456 810 574 200 664 031 – 069 – – – – – – – – – 34 373 82 96 32 5

General Services Administration 13 718 993 258 48 132 74 826 269 27 8 2 010 510 420 92 19 183 57 40 57 116 148 15 1 028 255 527 69 64 187 23 66 27 78 299 36 367 146 30 307 573 133 269 19 63 10 116 486 72 18 2 657 177 48 61 6 893 798 602 098 906 886 719 930 549 079 030 121 795 918 894 765 401 095 810 218 718 129 197 847 529 676 928 431 581 933 770 820 414 182 756 330 460 746 894 326 824 513 279 384 404 023 744 872 357 692 722

Department of Health and Human Services 7 679 801 101 34 69 46 372 33 10 1 356 19 363 6 2 95 40 160 5 8 13 12 3 168 211 71 81 6 26 126 17 5 1 64 55 117 303 8 111 51 11 99 5 54 22 51 136 35 1 501 83 7 76 7 604 610 168 855 400 689 852 755 660 624 953 402 786 260 113 519 754 531 050 939 554 559 399 241 123 619 247 018 990 979 042 785 066 853 064 227 801 610 071 701 858 545 940 423 887 400 944 947 001 286 488 – – 63 – – – 830 197 397 521

6 81 4 78 356

55 326 4 237 159 28 348 – 87 681 945 – – 157 572 584 9 600 117 675 – 876 316 1 042 – 8 811 26 394 1 32 567 28 362 – 4 939 2 082 7 743 17 894 5 271 314 – – 004 5 254 316 033 291 – – – – – – – – – – 3 964

852 921 2 34

11 589 711 2 164 279 1 508 302 991 656 505 790 1 488 993 380 205 295 888 1 160 437 269 546 1 4 3 1 935 902 830 720 193 2 299 1 278 753 3 108 140 399 445 661 251 163 156 526 135 526 626 351 555 900 472 023 347 274 174 196 252 468

258 139 9 905 492 2 462 292 482 104 18 285 779 886 314 193 97 4 362 752 127 8 666 12 3 541 1 1 627 3 2 971 465 3 2 710 2 445 46 2 1 119 582 043 211 083 789 955 537 497 200 730 758 752 500 096 500 633 903 194 264 374 – – – – – – – – 125 799

8 161 919 10 943 32 940 274 2 515 2 940 9 216 86 217 13 042 25 377 319 447 22 506 1 505 656 366 802 42 483 844 4 525 329 186 – 228 – – – 608 66 151 482

2 594 201 6 000 5 918 426 88 11 933 3 621 761 895 287

13 26 78 208 50 2 65 120 19 136 8

14 81 1 5

8 179 16 1

14 519 90 11 535 – 5 330 – 176 612 16 564 9 960 989

12 516 – 34 – – – 6 394 1 600 480 595

– – 7 244 – 487 – 24 003 1 860 130 408

Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004
U.S. Census Bureau

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Table 5.

Federal Government Expenditure for Procurement Contracts, by Agency, by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Nondefense Agencies Con. National Aeronautics and Space Administration 12 545 284 624 24 148 1 3 848 254 92 2 262 635 21 8 2 16 208 8 5 1 92 5 2 153 216 18 10 154 12 10 1 5 24 97 117 61 21 1 159 7 14 265 2 4 9 33 1 717 20 1 848 30 148 22 1 421 115 982 355 597 837 961 540 874 025 724 371 580 808 685 282 444 966 034 066 135 414 449 958 146 381 586 631 280 753 218 579 699 628 023 849 247 565 938 979 621 942 027 602 397 298 285 812 558 578 146 National Archives and Records Administration 140 524 – – – 210 1 312 542 – – 6 323 – 1 624 – – 37 – 640 3 735 26 – – 86 089 3 273 1 787 – – 2 553 – – – 491 – – 2 822 – – 245 – – 1 649 – – – 1 036 5 574 – – 5 484 1 266 – – – – – – – – – – – 13 804

[In thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

State and outlying area

Department of Homeland Security 6 074 213 29 228 33 647 106 051 647 482 296 18 306 26 778 709 734 152 237 284 154 52 7 10 14 10 23 8 50 8 455 51 17 4 1 5 1 208 112 963 196 534 387 064 034 992 134

Department of Housing and Urban Development 1 060 807 3 256 – 12 629 379 36 578 83 572 2 548 77 198 692 45 212 75 726 31 569 532 34 796 942 899 215 133 223 83 92 622 4 386 689 142 398 286 97 – 77 16 159 1 114 367 86 427 9 341 3 043 993 41 986 50 21 078 245 224 195 642 143 819 152 – 51 948 774 50 173 83 16 – – – – – – 242 190 6 775

Department of the Interior 4 825 789 482 499 777 863 070 973 501 969 569 808 66 092 31 25 43 32 14 3 7 21 31 10 263 53 27 14 11 22 42 5 56 2 53 137 41 19 11 34 56 83 101 4 5 59 9 71 77 2 958 76 20 21 49 225 138 421 979 583 587 934 370 982 073 054 745 343 617 537 467 507 984 335 480 497 326 919 265 481 365 267 610 504 916 757 762 628 820 287 891 545 067 541 154 081 26 91 209 9 386 228 5

Department of Justice 4 417 977 49 6 218 19 360 31 36 2 1 083 108 34 4 4 54 22 6 7 22 26 2 255 25 24 26 10 22 7 4 3 9 68 10 118 65 27 20 43 10 101 2 39 4 38 137 8 1 471 14 53 63 1 607 653 862 508 924 986 989 877 616 347 171 003 809 580 871 114 503 908 056 280 867 810 012 504 312 305 397 566 748 970 990 795 311 252 500 907 364 644 533 208 218 864 291 452 809 535 696 173 390 249 312

Department of Labor 1 616 315 460 448 090 766 072 230 437 902 160 647 70 403 50 272 10 547 673 19 544 19 232 26 563 7 351 41 040 16 687 8 923 129 34 24 13 23 29 7 854 088 999 154 335 163 158 455 3 376 – 669 607 426 741 931 239 371 215 166 812 728 403 328 157 594 958 692 326 677 332 – 18 3 34 5 83 10 10

National Science Foundation 56 914 25 – 10 – 1 291 8 670 – – 1 311 – 3 – – 492 3 – – – – – 7 457 1 463 – – – 175 – – – 3 131 – 14 – – – – – 124 – – – – 351 – – 31 277 – – – – – – – – – – – – 4 114

United States, total Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming American Samoa Fed. States of Micronesia Guam Marshall Islands Northern Marianas Palau Puerto Rico Virgin Islands Undistributed1 See footnotes at end of table.

485 690 376 806 285 209 518 189 1 615 1 310 793 996 771 178 160 737 122 615 666 222

102 16 44 59 42 3 11 22 2

17 20 51 13 10 39 44 19 65 4 12 1 23 97 23 6 214 21 22 1

26 639 274 20 048 670 106 1 745 675 2 003 312 91 205 21 952 4 154 2 947 680 – 423 – 66 – 7 078 764 366 682

13 – 313 – 4 238 – 336 2 548 604 265

– – 381 – 328 – 8 494 2 404 607 720

– – – – – – 21 487 – 18 585

– – 20 – – – 2 242 150 80 481

10

Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004
U.S. Census Bureau

Table 5.

Federal Government Expenditure for Procurement Contracts, by Agency, by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Nondefense Agencies Con. Department of Veterans Affairs 12 912 531 51 10 62 58 736 73 32 4 283 199 100 22 49 862 81 12 405 75 63 7 132 263 91 95 63 32 6 28 51 3 50 30 194 91 15 130 42 90 311 10 478 13 530 437 26 10 387 157 63 224 11 816 985 712 175 640 565 452 667 678 239 417 095 328 290 625 874 623 324 937 670 069 760 415 072 823 112 437 104 358 785 572 280 078 600 821 033 582 544 457 313 335 289 433 382 370 531 546 162 884 410 965

[In thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

State and outlying area Postal Service United States, total Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming American Samoa Fed. States of Micronesia Guam Marshall Islands Northern Marianas Palau Puerto Rico Virgin Islands Undistributed1 13 715 998 171 36 218 110 1 488 245 186 38 103 741 370 47 49 688 264 156 146 167 177 73 289 381 482 280 95 328 45 97 88 73 536 71 1 019 353 37 546 145 145 666 57 140 40 261 872 89 38 354 262 87 253 22 723 226 816 965 099 468 317 280 263 573 016 722 495 567 269 865 960 334 985 778 861 827 787 668 825 456 751 680 172 099 141 045 856 270 535 825 220 519 073 280 251 798 171 697 365 082 860 844 179 204 842

Small Business Administration 49 500 65 – – – 1 499 1 220 – – 20 192 487 55 – – 1 203 – 992 – – 36 – 3 014 324 1 000 906 14 303 – – – 139 – 260 118 – 375 3 – – 5 586 – 24 – – – – – 5 742 1 – – – – – – – – – – – 5 944

Social Security Administration 530 929 4 528 113 679 60 9 545 304 989 55 18 188 832 5 171 43 19 9 329 75 267 29 473 1 014 9 304 510 3 862 6 299 268 173 12 403 151 28 99 34 6 501 312 11 389 576 31 1 192 130 55 20 830 120 54 36 309 19 257 241 34 32 039 1 162 89 308 33 – – – – – – 181 – 56 504

Department of State 1 656 725 49 650 11 096 7 327 27 68 020 12 338 4 788 195 482 494 24 285 7 558 96 1 024 11 877 689 120 502 556 38 – 97 29 1 8 249 516 747 166 9 15 464 805 411 33 16 762 7 285 – 19 872 49 541 – 5 442 543 1 204 4 299 4 11 114 2 394 364 114 715 63 10 508 801 1 320 4 509 1 087 – – 90 – – – – 5 – 71 223

Department of Transportation 5 166 807 206 631 903 495 985 432 051 102 460 528 204 154 17 13 3 236 34 14 27 5 19 1 1 051 301 15 22 15 46 43 2 8 10 334 21 109 42 28 198 28 62 088 254 792 857 326 036 826 954 605 787 646 279 417 808 227 697 264 622 738 714 213 085 944 552 787 409 821 244 442 446 049 512 261 282 181 548 689 458 196 112 918 8 31 16 1 323 68 10

Department of the Treasury 4 041 389 1 15 1 1 371 7 3 1 741 29 251 532 578 087 321 475 165 160 938 705

Other nondefense2 7 352 282 312 486 189 2 231 127 23 334 60 385 3 081 599 1 497 881 34 044 45 699 849 368 62 819 32 328 10 573 1 230 1 192 708 10 038 274 106 9 3 28 6 2 058 292 747 872 998 355 269 11 637 581 2 838

41 782 38 76 223 98 075 5 689 147 837 1 539 15 039 560 3 599 136 101 2 2 8 5 323 084 870 528 814 111 023 89 1 832 604

701 3 6 7 8

34 939 380 584 280 867 773 253 182 29 670 3 831

26 092 568 24 607 238 743 245 12 277 5 398 1 299 328 514 257 20 3 1 717 53 –15 445 5 11 7 140 268 333 899 644 261 239 000 768 075 169 716 – – – – – – 442 9 860 089

69 1 79 147 13 679 66 1 13 27

192 19 66 533 87 535 16 257 20 370 347 3 528 148 763 851 4 666 – – – – 5 – 615 3 126 021

166 – 2 004 – 182 – 59 582 4 158 –

959 – 825 – 23 – 2 061 2 497 215 867

– – – – – – 42 012 116 5 598 771

1For all agencies, this line includes procurement purchases made using government issued 2Includes Fiscal Year 2000 procurement data for the Tennessee Valley Authority, which did

purchase cards. not provide Fiscal Year 2004 procurement data.

Note: Data shown for U.S. Postal Service represent actual outlays for contractual commitments, while all other amounts shown represent the value of contract actions, and do not reflect federal government expenditures. Nonpostal data generally involve only current year contract actions; however, multiple year obligations may be reflected for contract actions of less than 3 years duration. Negative amounts represent the deobligation of prior year contracts.

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Table 6.

Federal Government Expenditure for Salaries and Wages, by Agency, by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2004
Department of Defense Military services Nondefense civilian1 136 618 955 1 795 714 2 244 937 12 100 2 690 1 121 235 13 891 6 005 3 887 509 614 4 878 1 661 970 1 189 1 482 1 581 490 7 2 2 1 279 906 980 905 888 2 721 646 699 814 497 178 204 385 500 374 616 380 594 918 379 899 139 582 219 523 899 872 890 484 001 526 979 668 485 645 810 624 706 530 845 880 164 207 350 577 617 948 817 126 825 038 781 357 687 453 616 544 074 718 795 994 710 119 308 633 487 022 868 050 091 657 Other defense civilian 4 783 642 70 13 55 4 393 142 45 2 20 139 98 41 1 77 161 2 14 43 17 15 110 76 102 15 11 99 1 13 6 10 50 22 85 77 2 462 57 2 402 4 47 1 37 191 48 2 1 411 44 1 5 1 479 439 016 066 688 156 574 451 640 963 842 552 859 026 265 916 678 259 668 135 709 337 678 116 163 842 514 861 496 789 009 545 757 604 873 401 630 071 209 667 686 692 516 172 200 642 177 681 246 555 124 Active military 50 932 566 506 812 933 222 6 497 1 166 273 166 721 2 845 833 168 896 660 680 830 491 830 566 392 Inactive military 10 561 834 387 27 84 235 645 134 92 37 81 361 329 108 51 315 327 207 152 129 252 65 183 178 188 262 205 378 55 92 44 72 184 80 416 358 69 320 196 141 421 59 242 95 275 554 212 41 285 320 123 186 25 172 748 303 919 750 080 589 559 751 003 491 850 785 437 960 209 876 109 348 853 851 293 457 851 710 522 616 321 353 309 935 165 633 097 429 328 481 517 070 856 593 374 563 799 157 914 505 048 023 345 618

[In thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

State and outlying area

Total United States, total Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming American Samoa Fed. States of Micronesia Guam Marshall Islands Northern Marianas Palau Puerto Rico Virgin Islands Undistributed See footnotes at end of table. 225 601 344 3 1 3 1 22 4 1 492 728 607 509 029 457 601 493 15 525 10 394 347 440 900 449 304 406 990 682 884 686

Total 88 982 389 1 696 448 1 014 301 1 363 318 572 230 9 928 781 1 766 507 480 118 257 792 1 634 400 4 389 685 4 436 934 2 643 892 283 274 2 128 223 795 786 278 609 1 018 302 1 748 538 1 236 574 466 169 3 243 651 629 397 1 205 1 319 239 598 533 156 1 149 867 1 684 4 696 412 1 959 2 082 308 1 690 448 2 080 268 654 6 539 1 100 69 11 018 3 365 205 309 203 218 087 851 098 150 959 048 441 126 455 746 197 889 429 199 446 256 900 295 746 989 311 632 938 540 571 421 115 962 004 557

Total 84 198 747 1 625 969 1 000 862 1 308 302 568 164 9 535 093 1 624 351 434 544 255 341 1 613 760 4 249 722 4 338 092 2 602 340 281 415 2 051 197 634 521 275 693 1 003 624 1 705 279 1 218 906 451 034 3 132 574 527 381 1 193 1 220 237 584 526 145 1 099 844 1 599 4 618 409 1 497 2 024 306 1 288 444 2 033 266 617 6 348 1 052 66 9 607 3 320 204 303 202 509 750 173 982 987 117 534 580 630 666 737 652 132 825 326 045 626 829 086 079 303 619 116 766 340 929 244 434 716 449 433

Civilian 22 704 347 731 160 290 109 2 391 323 68 50 810 1 043 1 083 628 47 449 250 43 174 158 220 248 1 460 243 258 74 330 222 41 133 74 25 586 260 322 498 59 750 839 112 690 235 300 37 198 1 210 597 16 2 669 907 50 76 37 964 946 103 585 663 441 464 952 443 327 953 108 466 377 888 094 920 931 174 165 754 014 207 512 914 520 736 291 516 796 445 949 463 935 267 897 777 768 004 078 758 119 947 164 536 277 493 307 003 903 388

8 324 460 3 153 871 897 942 7 006 708 2 457 431 1 249 419 2 207 926 3 231 244 2 818 104 957 014 10 3 3 2 2 4 523 557 610 302 093 041 885 1 298 1 347 654 327 071 070 197 786 576 462 902 609 828 098 251 058 448 727 576 996 258 252 280 784 978 246 116 652 062 800 974 013 541 983 021 751 246 173 058 443 983 012 095 214

2 924 648 1 865 382 182 164 1 286 383 55 673 25 390 675 828 1 417 239 746 384 137 016 1 487 153 80 44 657 619 140 358 407 47 328 503 860 3 761 280 425 988 52 177 149 1 489 134 142 4 583 242 8 6 652 2 093 31 40 139 904 443 509 619 363 075 182 968 761 561 357 538 036 793 630 820 368 544 012 145 952 126 606 803 647 738 246 079 690 201 427

4 2 9 7 5 3 1 6

3 1 7 2 3 1 1 4

3 155 765 3 475 14 690 2 150 405 16 342 6 057 1 358 1 895 521

1 074 496 2 821 8 150 1 049 335 5 324 2 692 1 152 1 586 317

9 225 – 319 996 – 6 264 – 1 025 908 66 108 4 064 549

5 071 – 38 776 – 6 253 – 726 455 53 278 3 909 285

4 154 – 281 220 – 11 – 299 453 12 830 155 264

– – 4 494 – – – 8 514 – –

4 154 – 276 726 – 11 – 290 939 12 830 155 264

– – 206 570 – – – 22 818 1 382 155 200

4 104 – 20 533 – – – 225 045 9 563 64

50 – 49 623 – 11 – 43 076 1 885 –

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Table 6.

Federal Government Expenditure for Salaries and Wages, by Agency, by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Department of Defense Military services Con.

[In thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

Con. Navy

State and outlying area

Army Active military 15 944 870 233 306 214 9 313 583 1 720 600 840 720 120 440 200 280 319 080 124 040 840 200 480 560 120 320 640 560 240 680 880 200 920 440 680 880 080 080 880 320 120 360 920 400 880 000 600 480 520 120 200 720 840 920 840 800 550 800 720 680 160 Inactive military 9 364 146 356 20 61 218 524 115 79 31 40 293 284 91 48 278 305 194 131 122 225 56 174 153 170 240 194 343 52 79 38 69 173 68 365 333 60 274 177 121 374 50 217 86 251 494 206 40 238 282 117 166 23 112 215 222 229 533 693 644 471 754 122 049 263 918 141 419 899 115 987 863 159 552 257 178 904 676 069 143 862 281 132 644 347 371 055 909 166 752 446 645 116 710 826 449 005 087 048 188 977 402 829 555

Total United States, total Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming American Samoa Fed. States of Micronesia Guam Marshall Islands Northern Marianas Palau Puerto Rico Virgin Islands Undistributed See footnotes at end of table. 32 284 066 1 206 402 400 301 1 061 774 90 38 530 501 2 687 898 67 528 369 223 777 1 649 706 69 935 243 391 293 314 872 65 132 51 85 712 247 708 513 356 076 736 845 614 784 103 482 536 364 879 402 917 920 404 740 607 409 975 935 151 450 642 639 126 231

Civilian 6 975 050 616 75 124 73 223 74 9 7 170 84 314 123 17 225 45 21 125 138 98 5 478 79 203 42 103 161 12 46 8 15 406 97 206 166 11 36 121 73 233 6 70 10 118 520 65 7 818 170 33 44 5 880 432 646 564 703 943 892 094 780 622 214 019 138 663 340 183 162 373 301 901 175 952 877 591 795 501 419 697 965 779 644 859 353 446 782 413 959 659 042 200 356 495 100 643 093 643 548 637 475 976 422

Total 29 304 761 39 7 189 4 6 911 54 316 2 819 2 063 500 1 318 8 1 012 183 11 8 27 159 358 1 617 48 46 27 428 122 1 37 64 40 176 15 179 1 915 1 53 97 28 506 359 200 325 046 085 875 951 808 810 795 474 436 332 830 586 615 555 665 602 001 798 463 055 446 849 625 291 655 412 739 663 207 729 580 892 500 106 219 145 890 499

Active military 20 236 155 29 5 161 1 5 187 45 264 1 186 1 500 328 900 4 928 21 7 6 11 94 120 738 31 38 18 312 83 428 848 914 940 504 303 911 540 989 205 791 434 422 084 014 670 673 956 593 777

Inactive military 565 618 7 917 696 8 851 1 846 78 035 7 565 4 442 1 203 40 409 42 434 17 5 1 20 5 3 1 4 13 6 4 3 7 8 4 29 587 169 791 712 190 722 967 060 102 638

Civilian 8 502 988 1 855 781 18 281 299 1 646 336 2 083 47 455 67 592 397 520 835 154 412 2 63 157 058 729 617 790 411 163 25 11 586 51 306 231 383

2 088 684 1 24 19 7 521 1 388 382 7 282 10 17 10 15 367 1 6 3

561 175 222 812 401 247 824 33 349 49 734 36 575 778 983 431 465 809 333 658 690 588 886

674 562 325 406 898 527 831 3 474 3 246 1 370 589 881 382 257 590 570 754 636 871 630

874 228 13 318 899 631 111 326 9 517 – 589 11 759 2 718 113 1 6 281 3 3 388 219 840 865 767 170 101 203 807 819 431 983

617 408 176 566 1 202 644 2 213 901 73 571 328 579 784 311 203 585 651 207 60 436 716 99 382 3 513 283 48 2 153 1 266 157 221 29 266 041 389 568 020 491 286 414 597 485 137

37 10 630 1 714 18 484 8 43 4 428 1 12 2 498 11 1 096 812 6 9

57 10 150 1 623 32 87 21 98 132

4 2 22 11 17 5 5 19 6

151 525 15 1 6 187 1 626 19 18

818 587 950 448 971 807 941 056 286 467 427 443 – – 148 635 – – – 21 794 131 64

646 795 243 99 871 429 860 11 192 1 653 4 574 966 950 771 14 221 11 245 18 – – 118 015 – – – 7 657 131 –

8 076 677 10 977 39 208 3 400 259 34 127 19 259 2 104 6 673 425 – – 6 – – – 2 554 – 64

163 716 30 40 600 56 903 1 215 29 1 577 963 656 256 3 142 509 – – – 30 614 – – – 11 583 – –

4 154 – 14 957 – 11 – 242 357 10 982 155 200

– – 1 560 – – – 7 440 – 155 200

4 104 – 13 121 – – – 217 435 9 097 –

50 – 276 – 11 – 17 482 1 885 –

Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004
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Table 6.

Federal Government Expenditure for Salaries and Wages, by Agency, by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Department of Defense Military services Con. Nondefense agencies

[In thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

Con.

State and outlying area

Air Force Active military 14 751 541 243 499 557 211 997 538 7 165 215 1 221 507 280 176 333 15 10 147 16 269 8 466 112 24 15 329 167 138 319 354 10 233 482 78 423 278 375 416 22 34 12 414 132 29 1 655 219 6 980 329 10 19 139 685 720 142 000 056 087 380 010 497 147 017 748 262 739 539 400 515 723 551 559 463 068 367 367 282 948 278 539 147 666 459 195 685 928 941 487 110 374 904 139 957 163 895 023 615 285 730 508 749 276 249 Inactive military 632 070 23 6 14 15 43 10 8 4 143 837 230 844 182 822 503 885 588 25 447 27 12 1 16 17 8 19 2 13 3 4 21 10 13 6 5 2 8 2 1 6 8 28 13 7 28 12 14 26 3 16 7 13 21 2 1 13 17 3 12 1 855 418 076 584 351 588 794 062 383 056 625 474 954 541 136 926 642 985 826 807 702 937 880 785 930 592 975 435 554 110 807 871 137 586 670 607 190 812 517 843 638 Total1 136 618 955 1 795 714 2 244 937 12 100 2 690 1 121 235 13 891 6 005 3 887 509 614 4 878 1 661 970 1 189 1 482 1 581 490 7 2 2 1 279 906 980 905 888 2 721 646 699 814 497 178 204 385 500 374 616 380 594 918 379 899 139 582 219 523 899 872 890 484 001 526 979 668 485 645 810 624 706 530 845 880 164 207 350 577 617 948 817 126 825 038 781 357 687 453 616 544 074 718 795 994 710 119 308 633 487 022 868 050 091 657 Department of Agriculture 5 707 828 71 57 107 114 467 205 10 12 606 101 161 29 148 102 51 122 63 66 170 17 250 25 76 113 112 261 172 90 24 21 30 92 65 118 51 57 60 253 99 3 56 54 71 218 105 18 147 130 46 103 49 131 333 299 410 971 070 656 899 268 044 026 128 557 378 912 863 122 825 432 189 021 884 354 411 576 736 933 441 327 520 849 963 114 710 526 267 592 399 905 024 074 782 643 466 240 156 817 170 337 695 338 Department of Commerce 2 538 313 105 173 867 932 915 017 732 457 281 857 54 213 14 16 7 14 57 4 10 6 9 5 790 35 17 7 14 30 7 5 6 2 15 4 23 29 3 9 20 20 14 3 17 5 8 38 7 2 603 85 2 7 3 041 377 224 649 167 400 167 547 737 061 690 739 382 703 163 525 187 403 986 109 839 651 033 831 914 361 265 239 527 118 758 614 097 245 941 324 144 055 738 030 680 6 32 9 2 60 91 3 Department of Education 364 676 84 – – – 14 478 5 565 – – 266 492 335 15 497 – – 13 595 107 74 – – – – – 7 157 – 353 – 7 680 – – – – – – 7 111 – – 2 364 – – 8 034 – – – 183 9 395 – – – 5 761 – – – – – – – – – 411 – –

Total United States, total Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming American Samoa Fed. States of Micronesia Guam Marshall Islands Northern Marianas Palau Puerto Rico Virgin Islands Undistributed See footnotes at end of table. 22 609 920 380 591 718 262 1 561 795 27 213 263 1 684 1 150 385 205 510 81 40 217 27 353 22 579 283 88 60 451 225 170 414 410 19 306 652 216 489 334 1 115 1 143 75 129 24 498 166 83 2 309 753 16 1 266 427 27 63 172 057 290 548 566 862 324 000 686 351 464 553 526 049 247 027 736 042 757 501 496 439 286 752 198 211 376 237 529 765 772 122 357 908 032 255 360 096 099 989 144 450 628 279 227 513 497 902 734 652 537 853

Civilian 7 226 309 113 84 147 35 521 246 11 43 47 437 615 92 27 159 48 21 49 8 70 10 108 149 53 31 115 51 29 86 53 7 65 161 109 51 47 711 714 38 68 8 66 26 40 632 531 8 272 80 13 31 31 229 733 176 722 624 415 117 791 266 870 681 360 711 924 137 748 733 972 567 881 351 744 431 290 793 502 317 005 792 299 961 225 343 319 384 281 011 290 531 895 686 594 247 618 228 605 982 414 386 418 966

3 1 7 2 3 1 1 4

1 074 496 2 821 8 150 1 049 335 5 324 2 692 1 152 1 586 317

– – 113 134 – – – 26 788 1 717 –

– – 86 995 – – – 7 721 1 251 –

– – 7 406 – – – 5 056 466 –

– – 18 733 – – – 14 011 – –

5 071 – 38 776 – 6 253 – 726 455 53 278 3 909 285

384 – 3 453 – 498 – 30 927 783 –

1 068 – 1 889 – – – 2 427 – –

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Table 6.

Federal Government Expenditure for Salaries and Wages, by Agency, by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Nondefense agencies Con.

[In thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

State and outlying area Department of Energy United States, total Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming American Samoa Fed. States of Micronesia Guam Marshall Islands Northern Marianas Palau Puerto Rico Virgin Islands Undistributed See footnotes at end of table. 1 326 615 – 100 869 432 679 028 149 – 448 109 Environmental Protection Agency 1 494 644 3 199 2 285 421 – 77 689 60 893 665 – 439 650 6 875 88 950 492 1 837 102 430 123 238 41 636 220 1 056 – 238 117 903 407 149 821 2 716 92 12 832 – 18 665 162 61 620 99 028 – 45 361 4 397 9 728 70 964 6 036 85 73 417 169 139 82 610 327 924 153 – 7 60 25 6 2 Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 502 566 2 537 – 1 902 1 975 29 026 2 991 2 287 978 191 070 5 546 16 797 – – 25 062 3 237 5 657 6 876 4 537 3 972 – 2 17 3 4 2 15 1 3 350 686 233 903 287 930 041 181 – 1 933 910 498 027 785 868 374 977 505 471 – General Services Administration 936 686 415 842 894 350 299 158 870 188 252 608 6 958 47 2 1 50 2 1 144 900 162 555 423 275 979 1 073 2 870 457 990 699 174 906 787 799 259 066 013 320 696 722 194 336 001 353 480 691 531 868 3 2 3 1 68 24 Department of Health and Human Services 4 393 816 477 007 144 195 623 370 905 670 227 312 17 235 475 1 2 52 2 1 11 1 11 1 2 362 39 8 22 1 29 49 4 3 754 329 532 800 339 215 339 085 553 392 390 636 132 449 187 739 678 599 498 659 687 845 836 840 524 914 130 302 717 639 526 056 761 761 710 577 393 528 293 553 537 3 29 192 25 85 32 1 Department of Homeland Security 8 433 962 40 44 290 16 1 118 113 49 2 837 583 277 82 19 246 47 13 18 44 80 44 205 170 173 87 18 86 37 46 70 11 210 78 574 112 28 96 32 56 150 32 42 7 50 1 036 32 97 520 206 18 28 4 618 213 973 907 928 109 554 449 923 192 016 196 184 016 045 680 103 634 792 118 768 142 783 169 005 741 244 779 147 571 791 462 611 106 764 429 230 978 291 404 419 268 622 490 044 317 952 438 265 641 500 Department of Housing and Urban Development 812 386 882 952 740 434 608 180 210 265 282 113 20 076 31 352 1 649 951 36 021 5 819 2 489 12 654 5 274 7 754 513 9 17 12 7 3 9 911 679 566 324 888 184 701 3 535 2 238 3 259 431 334 932 169 503 193 054 385 902 163 5 2 8 4 50 27 5 Department of the Interior 4 126 443 8 134 238 16 386 473 3 2 291 79 61 27 119 14 13 7 21 19 64 10 45 66 21 45 23 46 109 25 108 5 19 259 52 30 44 16 55 186 68 3 11 75 34 63 105 3 285 134 43 35 91 521 268 333 687 695 094 317 310 230 963 692 259 646 495 173 224 069 000 489 271 054 580 548 700 474 033 713 491 924 065 430 467 414 754 272 865 203 560 597 282 735 105 718 035 601 319 449 896 951 809 182

16 2 41 56 370

6 750 182 32 554 28 183 – 963 – 2 008 6 686 – 130 533 1 542 – 65 – 8 274 9 918 1 319 29 763 147 1 582 75 293 13 090 125 4 323 10 627 9 280 108 883 30 926 – 38 12 52 13 1 1 178 22 4 240 202 793 633 528 – 153 796 804 59 577 – – – – – – – – –

12 18 5 2 56 1 1 2 1 13 2 49 3 1 7 2 2 40

3 1 18 3 2 2 3 1 5

11 135 62 63 21 39 69 11 64

10 2 40 8 18 10 4 31 2

72 109 43 1

1 2 11 70 3

773 131 736 364 511 – 787 4 230 1 176 5 670 – – – – – – – 779 – –

1 731 877 2 588 71 759 1 843 337 117 601 31 431 1 707 1 769 810 – – – – – – 1 825 103 –

1 56 6 51 2 3 48 27 3 4

5 538 458 11 107 45 343 1 916 424 7 419 14 926 1 853 5 371 318 – – 64 – – – 6 362 – –

– – 59 – 80 – 3 523 108 –

– – – – 47 – 7 365 32 –

647 – 13 839 – 2 731 – 101 557 19 167 –

888 – 1 110 – 764 – 6 958 4 761 –

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Table 6.

Federal Government Expenditure for Salaries and Wages, by Agency, by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Nondefense agencies Con.

[In thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

State and outlying area Department of Justice United States, total Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming American Samoa Fed. States of Micronesia Guam Marshall Islands Northern Marianas Palau Puerto Rico Virgin Islands Undistributed See footnotes at end of table. 10 133 630 69 12 124 41 599 137 50 11 1 630 388 177 27 16 223 69 19 63 133 119 8 295 97 110 88 43 98 13 16 37 11 209 36 371 114 7 101 82 51 301 9 74 17 80 575 29 7 758 74 216 49 8 752 541 501 020 691 221 747 005 167 134 805 533 224 926 655 095 098 066 411 688 056 901 601 788 152 981 023 455 697 853 988 190 252 249 048 858 508 470 154 716 306 110 042 352 406 418 468 242 473 107 219 Department of Labor 1 242 288 837 007 596 213 469 666 283 762 478 703 31 933 39 1 2 57 7 2 4 29 7 1 6 34 7 4 3 28 1 2 2 2 14 2 51 5 1 31 3 3 70 1 2 1 7 58 8 37 19 33 7 1 056 672 068 026 161 364 156 006 031 863 653 158 935 054 419 723 901 580 013 983 487 588 056 294 330 176 585 108 969 808 886 024 752 234 681 415 397 365 822 172 227 9 1 3 3 66 29 5 National Aeronautics and Space Administration 1 659 774 228 313 – 284 – 201 848 585 84 – 124 650 155 463 – – – 84 60 – – – 918 – 263 401 142 114 – 23 553 77 107 – – 101 164 4 880 2 565 – – 160 924 – 99 – – – – – 275 633 674 – 211 938 – 3 005 108 – – – – – – – – – – National Archives and Records 143 471 59 218 – 155 858 082 – – 762 – National Science Foundation 109 882 – 214 – – – – – – – – – – – 226 – – – – – – – 166 – – – – – – – – – – – 61 – – – – – – – – – – – – 109 183 32 – – – – – – – – – – – – United States Postal Service 52 030 998 651 137 830 420 5 645 931 706 145 391 2 813 1 403 181 187 2 612 1 002 595 557 634 675 279 1 1 1 1 099 448 831 064 363 1 245 173 370 334 277 425 423 069 941 035 173 784 215 722 123 640 032 755 047 492 061 485 773 177 873 574 442 430 700 509 983 554 546 478 297 Small Business Administration 255 926 796 204 861 846 927 258 679 377 74 135 5 085 12 610 1 468 831 5 942 1 427 1 484 1 161 2 147 1 566 1 291 2 3 2 1 1 5 061 315 319 822 017 025 842 1 020 1 291 1 146 770 068 923 214 136 312 064 689 475 945 2 1 1 2 30 9 1 Social Security Administration 3 855 721 137 2 32 25 373 42 23 3 20 135 96 6 6 193 44 18 19 45 47 10 798 70 78 27 34 140 6 10 11 7 60 41 260 61 5 88 28 26 229 9 34 5 57 165 10 3 120 81 26 38 2 177 823 278 997 414 051 453 605 617 381 708 163 959 935 621 827 553 602 796 709 895 045 629 371 004 700 738 271 026 940 098 733 807 429 599 670 116 249 152 010 252 598 051 915 846 574 995 323 226 997 348

1 5 2 18

4 062 – – 2 037 – 933 2 281 – – – 59 370 4 202 1 365 – – 26 673 – – – – – 79 2 009 – – 2 924 – – 2 448 – – – – 5 485 – – – 1 469 – – – – – – – – – – – –

2 033 826 269 505 3 868 775 1 340 112 142 387 2 074 356 550 887 552 018 2 526 715 217 288 532 154 990 3 310 339 144 1 346 997 330 960 86 036 766 742 536 002 461 144 088 708 517 651

2 1 13 2 1 3 1 1 5

1 19 1 1 5 3

939 822 582 475 526 090 774 819 977 1 819 930 86 – 422 – – – 2 611 505 –

– – 5 468 – 944 – 63 614 8 474 2 142 770

– – 53 – 104 – 2 464 – –

628 – 7 603 – 691 – 226 023 15 772 –

206 – 527 – 210 – 22 779 723 –

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Table 6.

Federal Government Expenditure for Salaries and Wages, by Agency, by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Nondefense agencies Con.

[In thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

State and outlying area Department of State United States, total Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming American Samoa Fed. States of Micronesia Guam Marshall Islands Northern Marianas Palau Puerto Rico Virgin Islands Undistributed
1The 2The

Department of Transportation 5 638 180 28 113 55 22 485 135 22 3 724 285 246 35 13 238 111 19 100 39 34 17 46 123 76 111 16 107 15 15 36 78 162 71 285 49 12 147 251 28 92 9 26 8 111 427 71 8 242 191 15 27 8 246 384 049 115 216 992 741 012 186 271 382 568 168 147 145 986 616 445 210 322 695 750 912 617 576 427 037 941 007 882 592 269 548 990 884 589 382 826 932 750 413 053 961 997 527 141 388 938 057 890 241

Department of the Treasury 6 835 610 31 6 41 15 743 105 46 10 807 193 318 10 7 178 55 16 100 213 41 8 380 212 137 54 15 192 7 17 22 13 95 11 497 60 5 173 36 34 421 11 17 6 223 565 232 5 116 79 162 39 4 585 857 187 620 699 429 922 565 575 421 410 569 860 102 839 710 339 366 104 873 839 979 048 809 593 381 129 673 244 323 622 618 358 309 967 788 677 096 678 398 236 034 699 983 674 172 404 019 704 361 800

Department of Veterans Affairs 13 008 712 225 24 267 213 1 208 167 128 39 454 849 316 32 45 526 173 131 143 158 227 59 193 319 320 237 178 302 34 81 105 35 186 109 892 316 39 483 153 195 568 51 161 88 348 899 89 41 273 277 188 245 45 966 796 148 450 948 999 269 255 832 799 288 299 610 390 731 954 104 892 168 325 329 422 530 680 431 553 697 106 977 185 126 006 225 102 026 216 127 002 279 426 837 031 057 284 376 318 677 519 745 350 780

All other nondefense2 8 097 699 224 784 875 16 458 3 172 108 886 35 543 4 366 671 4 028 073 29 233 58 758 3 264 379 141 751 9 897 1 599 5 200 69 339 8 725 729 278 36 14 9 18 11 1 1 1 501 466 134 870 348 923 082 442 857 723 716 476 141 850 381 257 521 506 373 940

1 111 956 433 66 250 86 928 632 201 – 045 912

1 12 1 973 25

1 583 1 438 – 5 175 – – 126 189 4 528 72 2 687 3 443 528 199 139 46 179 142 – 4 919 1 152 509 23 616 3 280 – – 142 – 3 728 645 13 760 – – 16 475 – – 4 260 3 443 – – – – – – – – – – – –

9 2 96 12 22 2 2 93

4 026 706 742 785 68 583 3 307 319 96 068 14 861 2 934 6 703 308 – – 25 – 8 – 23 416 20 1 764 421

869 – 3 513 – 176 – 20 235 974 –

– – – – – – 25 510 453 –

58 – 583 – – – 150 736 693 –

"undistributed" amount includes the salary and wages data for the Federal Judiciary that could not be geographically allocated. "undistributed" amount includes the salaries and wages of the Federal Judiciary that could not be geographically allocated.

Note: Department of Defense data represent salaries, wages, and compensation, such as housing allowances; distributions by state are based on duty station. State detail for all other federal government agencies are estimates, based on place of employment. See text for additional information.

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Table 7.

Federal Government Direct Loan Programs and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2004
Department of Agriculture

Volume of Assistance Provided by State

[In thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because ofrounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

State and outlying area Total United States, total Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming American Samoa Fed. States of Micronesia Guam Marshall Islands Northern Marianas Palau Puerto Rico Virgin Islands Undistributed 30 065 061 934 32 547 169 2 924 434 116 68 266 659 1 021 21 375 1 386 814 923 248 429 166 82 563 928 2 208 667 1 301 479 117 246 141 63 471 284 083 253 512 462 373 232 192 440 687 104 563 263 887 422 461 142 606 975 279 697 204 408 364 863 980 220 417 249

Commodity loans price supports 2 771 370 360 805 – 3 – 458 900 1 132 – – – – 1 – 342 – – 7 4 912 80 415 – – – – – 6 1 156 247 – 486 433 3 – – – – 314 916 57 – 159 – – – – 7 15 926 376 018 4 – 70 463 – 53 6 – – – – – – – – –

Other 4 019 058 66 17 35 113 219 48 13 19 273 782 775 189 615 730 719 871 – 69 887 013 196 576 798 478 928 770 121 129 960 041 000 308 503 118 907 407 985 722 097 749 617 020 901 730 443 540 209 494 685 150 423 467 900 446 241 178 818 174 212 429

Federal direct student loans 22 072 946 501 11 509 54 2 025 375 100 44 231 457 604 169 431 786 121 753 508 267 966 756

Other 1 201 686 5 3 1 1 220 8 2 4 34 131 789 332 875 277 876 848 145 094 225 796

102 20 67 106 90 116 57 148 102 50 37 33 134 113 92 94 41 77 15 32 37 34 99 224 46 105 89 78 122 10 70 64 136 274 46 21 97 75 47 104 8

914 310 668 307 645 1 230 438 694 007 798 339 182 142 174 075 48 437 31 135 459 891 2 044 551 48 346 71 154 123 28 375 134 1 765 386 1 724 95 742 93 150 241 3 240 244 4 15 965 659 468 263 153 098 682 654 557 382 642 190 996 587 201 773 762 117 – 026 129 177 564 658 182 310 279 949 523 136 394 327 827 063 13

5 362 240 – 49 027 30 403 8 148 3 636 26 532 16 040 881 67 4 29 2 4 38 4 13 1 2 086 598 214 246 442 574 445 612 695 565

451 765 169 734 1 905 475 1 015 222 47 822 1 881 693 186 299 821 413 254 313 163 152 312 70 403 938 51 36 1 151 755 533 378 8 7 2 5 1 3 816 078 014 100 272 377 723 676 703 183 653

40 89 1 52 1 1 38 1

38 815 343 693 287 035 224 470 027 255 809 1 2 10 42 89 20 17 10 484 337 343 234 300 – 081 069 702 855 205

513 064 930 685 369 407 159 365 8 152 –

– 1 773 960 1 685 1 049 407 71 170 6 288 –

– – 2 081 – – – 82 122 1 833 –

7 513 291 2 889 – 2 320 – 6 074 32 –

Note: Amounts represent dollar volume of direct loans made during the fiscal year. See text for additional information.

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Table 8.

Federal Government Guaranteed Loan Programs State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2004
Veterans housing guaranteed and insured loans VA home loans 35 315 000 603 294 642 277 966 362 121 156 13 742 665 589 498 770 460 598 224 278 210 847 354 623 705 705 738 853 416 301 279 094 411 766 547 578 507 196 863 323 244 140 130 865 663 022 908 209 883 238 797 907 186 354 487 789 136 420 061 193 478 260 682

Volume of Coverage Provided by

[In thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

State and outlying area Total United States, total Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming American Samoa Fed. States of Micronesia Guam Marshall Islands Northern Marianas Palau Puerto Rico Virgin Islands Undistributed 228 779 115 2 1 8 1 16 9 2 909 077 775 990 012 270 603 636 1 035 12 632 9 294 601 1 309 10 260 5 686 1 609 1 873 2 660 2 725 787 7 3 6 4 1 4 535 495 361 332 849 688 835 1 602 2 680 836 291 623 256 612 759 028 735 714 402 796 379 286 014 458 010 009 753 702 486 586 907 631 290 918 585 590 109 966 259 375 946 177 166 931 257 908 926 579 989 850 918 561 411 847 337 767 568 452 576 748 559 898 694 662 321 363 674 475 262 769 865

Mortgage insurance for homes 109 072 336 1 245 475 3 693 819 5 938 5 527 1 210 289 190 5 621 5 680 149 697 5 412 3 178 451 747 1 138 1 169 234 4 1 3 1 477 477 577 602 787 2 038 310 603 1 463 271 4 308 907 3 797 3 133 176 4 143 1 186 1 325 2 489 418 827 318 177 609 035 276 058 724 052 421 038 822 050 151 849 048 025 111 642 422 207 336 469 966 118 865 042 997 136 281 482 831 471 601 979 894 408 005 193 520

Federal Family Education Loan program 45 097 174 669 56 2 724 414 3 648 804 514 83 566 2 497 1 107 120 78 2 233 1 318 420 479 516 848 206 600 871 189 438 825 005 865 656 671 149 501 743 203 512 671 127 112 830 312 913

Mortgage insurance condominiums 7 119 226 13 93 132 2 638 678 222 4 21 527 124 119 2 683 53 22 5 47 15 7 559 150 188 298 1 51 7 1 100 52 428 12 47 100 5 163 11 43 80 15 710 352 366 562 043 608 088 191 407 581 959 223 908 727 936 036 689 849 473 532 174 766 099 236 252 566 983 689 611 920 008 800 166 456 477 873 262 372 235 034

U.S.D.A. guaranteed loans 12 303 320 244 134 128 380 259 393 23 43 053 101 236 178 589 169 476 011 – 474 988 515 70 152 294 370 411 187 431 290 75 116 37 468 613 217 415 185 212 12 29 16 65 128 346 239 395 369 115 228 464 441 253 229 093 344 966 834 907 808 609 701 728 295 723 741 725 682 859 885 492 173 950 478 828 058 265 161 883 980 969 145 776 718 539 274 103 318 058 265 611

Small business loans 18 237 607 132 23 454 95 3 526 504 448 59 176 768 420 40 109 743 181 120 112 152 81 172 252 517 361 408 104 319 56 81 164 117 571 62 1 625 256 61 578 134 213 519 69 100 44 158 1 518 315 77 330 396 28 304 34 524 056 548 900 058 354 489 842 650 593 591 778 171 594 297 182 901 040 647 607 847 041 643 788 301 365 602 097 475 003 238 331 348 555 085 158 690 153 306 807 766 889 930 620 012 956 189 382 578 821 517

Other 1 634 451 – – – – 35 000 – 63 553 – 67 497 6 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1 – 888 300 47 700 – 83 701 3 800 – 13 750 – – – – 325 000 – 5 460 100 685 – – – – – – – – – – – – –

1 1 1

2

1 446 100 269 893 583 184 340 374 319 90 1 632 153 588 372 290 680 103 383 860 93 385 419 307 1 793 80 1 058 437 544 759 37 505 99 828 3 341 439 32 2 860 1 776 92 449 82

497 696 1 158 566 1 176 680 1 037 069 448 356 1 183 176 171 711 319 790 79 666 272 621 582 155 3 461 935 195 1 605 592 473 3 311 254 591 200 866 3 176 336 203 775 605 122 659 112 567 561 514 034 060 874 261 524 412 500 799 538 340 142 919 584 994 030 575 309 723

6 1 10 6 8 2 2 7

2 304 756 4 706 21 352 3 980 422 8 601 6 154 562 2 937 478

850 315 186 318 2 559 980 11 926 975 2 439 321 47 878 3 877 276 2 929 210 238 345 830 160 176 857 – – 1 224 – – – 640 323 2 699 –

10 525 653 65 182 98 419 209 393 7 791 502 367 307 341 228 26 956 474 – – 83 – – – 151 232 1 366 –

245 225 227 965 240 47 155 140 80 667 71

38 – 30 352 – 773 35 000 1 248 709 11 473 –

– – 3 960 – – – 219 423 2 –

– – 2 837 – – – 37 234 479 –

– – 15 204 – 63 35 000 83 856 4 062 –

38 – 7 043 – 710 – 116 641 2 864 –

Note: Amounts represent dollar volume of loans guaranteed during the fiscal year. See text for additional information.

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Table 9.

Federal Government Insurance Programs Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2004

Volume of Coverage Provided by State and

[In thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text] State and outlying area Total United States, total Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming American Samoa Fed. States of Micronesia Guam Marshall Islands Northern Marianas Palau Puerto Rico Virgin Islands Undistributed 773 198 632 6 011 408 050 815 435 327 516 322 141 309 479 5 1 50 3 5 3 13 6 1 9 4 6 3 2 52 1 7 7 4 4 5 3 1 4 3 448 436 509 341 892 202 090 445 929 119 916 101 066 828 553 648 004 632 061 747 225 469 643 903 975 291 924 902 079 017 273 254 084 451 469 386 015 388 740 391 365 149 402 723 360 096 343 296 296 558 746 971 137 403 948 213 929 385 375 954 854 989 746 748 383 703 889 603 969 166 841 292 257 128 402 191 116 022 181 382 662 688 999 921 335 977 375 983 072 278 069 558 Flood insurance 722 811 352 5 699 399 798 280 968 657 249 121 114 306 582 4 1 46 2 5 3 585 394 238 109 582 932 687 411 336 634 Crop insurance 46 752 550 281 450 546 350 423 344 102 984 508 – 2 668 739 176 517 3 160 606 76 52 793 93 508 942 028 155 034 436 410 54 509 867 485 722 611 925 337 858 144 031 648 969 124 111 623 362 038 584 456 069 795 476 994 552 923 919 329 585 162 297 404 950 947 582 938 903 890 955 539 623 869 – – – – – – – – – Foreign investment insurance 1 279 824 – – 25 000 – 34 090 883 158 150 141 800 19 780 9 360 72 – 60 000 21 000 – – 10 782 – 20 060 – – 7 200 – – 360 – – – – – 2 519 – 300 404 – – – 270 – 76 225 – 19 098 – – 355 514 1 126 – 14 951 1 180 – – – – – – – – – – – – Life insurance for veterans 1 865 424 25 2 42 15 193 29 29 5 3 172 41 15 8 77 28 22 18 18 22 9 39 50 50 38 13 35 7 13 12 9 64 14 122 47 4 69 20 23 96 7 25 5 27 106 11 4 54 41 10 39 3 308 560 193 925 721 866 881 822 444 441 776 979 138 571 083 923 523 352 126 994 706 114 882 287 323 670 541 814 997 802 600 018 526 476 765 281 843 794 822 828 839 999 895 955 642 362 650 151 265 818 536

Other 489 481 805 902 942 903 359 560 593 755 3 999 46 572 36 4 1 10 4 982 402 292 205 512 576 10 564 2 267 25 891 158 8 1 4 2 5 10 15 1 2 822 197 017 511 523 615 746 864 077 – 760 029 136 207 250 237 054 621 097 – 057 420 321 079 060 – 651 474 707 533 187 4 5 8 1 78 32 1

12 576 633 6 321 889 931 489 5 290 450 2 831 007 1 023 505 1 016 179 1 987 898 52 451 732 1 055 671 7 6 3 1 5 2 674 996 113 138 049 569 402 1 461 3 029 727 32 1 16 18 3 1 4 7 2 078 372 979 749 681 828 469 291 617 008 812 266 725 473 874 241 277 707 637 970 618 734 068 168 253 680 526 181 076 537 290 630 758 204 211 110 841 312 766 095 967

3 2 5 2

193 46 898 3 649 484 1 033 579 3 155 16 10 71 80 239 1 092 2 283 1 374 430 584 282 1 314 1 894 670 2 178 18 16 339 860 14 867 66

32 1 17 19 2 5 1 4 8 2 28 2 3 84 14 5 1 2

7 2 1 14 5 18 3 2 7

27 907 352 2 378 81 791 426 365 13 588 4 474 1 714 1 473 292

7 1 7 19 12 17 10 10 2

868 – 31 807 – 73 – 4 135 383 289 231 210

868 – 31 807 – 73 – 4 131 212 283 816 210

– – – – – – 4 171 426 –

– – – – – – – 4 989 –

Note: Amounts represent dollar volume of the face value of insurance coverage provided during the fiscal year. See text for additional information.

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Table 10.

Per Capita Amounts of Federal Government Expenditure, by Major Object Category, by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2004
United States resident population July 1, 20041 293 655 404 4 530 655 5 743 2 752 35 893 4 601 3 503 830 553 17 397 8 1 1 12 6 2 2 4 4 1 5 6 10 5 2 5 829 262 393 713 237 954 735 145 515 317 182 435 834 629 799 403 604 364 523 161 383 840 262 634 569 451 502 922 770 253 058 505 620 958 966 618 865 214 771 500 879 289 088 221 366 011 553 586 292 632 068 883 962 022 039 394 827 788 354 026 529 844 143 593 429 129 717 532 814 – Retirement and disability 2 250.36 2 1 2 2 1 1 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 3 2 2 854.30 732.17 253.24 689.63 785.20 938.03 228.98 511.52 400.86 761.93 010.10 535.75 191.20 013.35 247.51 359.65 343.93 551.59 210.24 722.86 553.09 210.92 266.05 972.00 513.48 445.15 582.61 329.15 205.53 330.28 175.22 459.30 143.26 356.94 328.73 290.90 602.22 351.33 671.78 430.78 575.36 388.83 460.03 857.05 725.87 280.30 812.66 332.81 214.32 189.99 354.12

[In dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

State and outlying area

Total 7 222.62 8 12 7 7 6 6 8 6 67 7 6 9 6 6 6 6 6 7 7 8 11 8 5 5 7 7 8 6 5 6 6 10 7 6 9 6 7 6 7 7 7 8 7 6 5 7 12 7 8 5 8 619.41 885.17 308.59 080.08 474.30 532.86 649.37 326.32 982.10 008.82 246.52 650.53 436.84 042.99 079.04 591.21 993.48 649.33 297.55 247.88 645.42 278.72 981.49 644.18 694.78 946.69 084.85 750.65 469.24 124.29 353.04 436.65 484.37 466.69 513.12 387.57 561.66 084.40 649.36 629.99 158.33 563.86 700.53 307.62 727.67 455.71 150.14 227.98 363.93 727.67 673.36

Other direct payments 1 588.58 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 769.68 014.62 265.49 832.97 434.57 150.67 663.40 406.16 823.31 864.24 303.52 272.21 183.87 660.48 603.77 900.39 754.96 573.46 981.93 405.61 866.09 928.40 643.10 350.92 789.91 892.77 757.96 830.88 007.22 086.44 672.53 300.84 806.11 334.43 763.39 563.69 685.09 404.38 089.05 760.34 368.66 512.73 604.26 362.47 903.50 362.66 340.15 335.01 789.71 355.81 266.40 243.30 80.27 520.07 39.85 238.38 139.90 773.34 790.07 .00

Grants 1 545.08 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 7 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 546.92 907.98 456.10 701.21 519.32 226.47 585.71 494.64 596.54 127.17 331.77 709.09 431.68 300.27 192.18 366.98 268.00 626.49 724.33 093.71

Procurement 1 089.06 1 677.61 2 593.31 1 705.62 307.90 1 121.47 1 248.97 2 714.05 319.47 24 112.17 657.99 658.31 1 636.03 985.60 517.78 641.62 541.30 819.46 1 118.42 756.99 1 299.18 3 743.00 1 422.44 407.34 456.67 817.25 1 388.65 633.41 399.02 685.08 758.35 704.95 3 138.17 462.31 460.48 792.34 605.26 795.77 356.86 750.52 516.85 998.75 567.89 1 375.74 1 199.14 964.37 870.15 4 735.38 1 119.61 573.33 479.38 794.78 287.04 .83 2 167.57 2 800.23 112.96 .00 119.02 195.08 .00

Salaries and wages 749.55 770.91 2 637.09 628.13 548.37 613.74 968.71 457.24 594.54 28 049.21 597.49 942.81 2 497.44 644.49 551.12 393.97 422.89 807.14 779.38 624.06 726.52 1 893.30 554.39 356.99 451.38 721.24 702.32 955.91 743.04 577.04 503.49 497.51 1 088.63 471.74 842.63 1 240.06 486.61 982.76 529.40 532.71 766.72 751.77 992.40 589.01 653.19 900.02 651.85 2 190.73 976.50 748.07 344.00 1 028.99 159.49 .00 1 956.05 .00 82.28 .00 264.51 607.53 .00

United States, total Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming American Samoa Fed. States of Micronesia Guam Marshall Islands Northern Marianas Palau Puerto Rico Virgin Islands Undistributed
1All

558 416 112 100 902 754 926 1 747 2 334 1 299 698 903 227 541 634 459 523 594 406 080

589.93 162.57 308.01 413.22 852.91 517.79 154.97 448.56 994.37 1 445.74 1 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 3 302.83 449.73 600.94 472.21 388.61 441.11 495.81 442.43 605.30 155.30 463.79 102.01 671.48 235.77 233.91 290.75 071.21 464.05 038.50 358.50 229.07

8 1 19 8 11 3 3 12 1

4 198 770 5 900 22 490 2 389 621 7 459 6 203 1 815 5 509 506 57 108 163 56 76 19 3 878 108

4 528.28 953.91 7 637.43 3 859.87 2 800.61 2 566.87 3 990.84 5 438.14 .00

760.20 4.39 1 351.25 20.59 316.43 22.83 1 461.33 1 425.14 .00

3 078.26 868.42 1 642.50 999.20 2 050.56 2 404.14 1 372.65 2 420.32 .00

population figures represent resident population as of July 1, 2004.

Note: U.S. total population and per capita figures in the top line include only the 50 states and the District of Columbia; the U.S. Outlying Areas represented at the bottom of the table are excluded.

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Table 11.

Percent Distribution of Federal Government Expenditure, by Major Object Category, by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2004
Percent distribution of United States resident population July 1, 20041 100.0 1.5 .2 1.9 .9 12.0 1.5 1.2 .3 .2 5.8 3.0 .4 .5 4.3 2.1 1.0 .9 1.4 1.5 .4 1.9 2.2 3.4 1.7 1.0 1.9 .3 .6 .8 .4 2.9 .6 6.4 2.9 .2 3.8 1.2 1.2 4.2 .4 1.4 .3 2.0 7.5 .8 .2 2.5 2.1 .6 1.8 .2 – – .1 – – – 1.3 – –

[In dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

State and outlying area

Total 100.0 1.8 .4 1.9 .9 10.7 1.4 1.4 .2 1.7 5.6 2.6 .6 .4 3.6 1.8 .9 .9 1.5 1.5 .5 3.0 2.5 2.8 1.3 1.0 2.1 .3 .5 .6 .4 2.6 .9 6.7 2.6 .3 3.4 1.2 1.0 4.4 .4 1.4 .3 2.1 6.6 .6 .2 4.2 2.1 .7 1.5 .2 – – .1 – – – .7 – 1.1

Retirement and disability 100.0 1.9 .2 1.9 1.1 9.6 1.3 1.2 .3 .3 7.2 2.7 .5 .5 3.8 2.1 1.0 1.0 1.6 1.5 .5 2.1 2.1 3.4 1.5 1.1 2.1 .4 .6 .8 .5 2.8 .7 6.2 3.0 .2 3.9 1.4 1.3 5.0 .4 1.6 .3 2.2 6.3 .6 .2 3.1 2.2 .9 1.8 .2 – – – – – – .8 – –

Other direct payments 100.0 1.7 .1 1.5 1.1 11.0 1.1 1.2 .2 .6 6.9 2.4 .3 .4 4.5 2.1 1.2 1.0 1.4 1.9 .4 2.2 2.6 3.5 1.5 1.1 2.3 .3 .7 .5 .3 3.1 .5 7.4 2.4 .4 3.8 1.3 1.1 5.5 .4 1.2 .4 2.0 6.5 .5 .2 2.1 1.8 .7 1.6 .1 – – – – – – .6 – –

Grants 100.0 1.5 .7 1.8 1.0 11.9 1.2 1.2 .3 .9 4.3 2.6 .5 .4 3.6 1.6 .9 .8 1.5 1.7 .6 1.9 3.0 2.9 1.6 1.2 1.9 .4 .6 .5 .4 2.5 1.0 10.9 2.7 .3 3.6 1.1 1.1 4.3 .5 1.3 .4 2.1 6.0 .6 .3 1.7 2.0 .8 1.6 .4 – – .1 – – – 1.2 .1 –

Procurement 100.0 2.2 .5 2.9 .2 11.9 1.7 2.8 .1 3.9 3.4 1.7 .6 .4 1.9 1.2 .5 .7 1.4 1.0 .5 6.1 2.7 1.2 .7 .7 2.4 .2 .2 .5 .3 1.8 1.8 2.6 1.2 .1 2.0 .8 .4 2.7 .2 1.2 .1 2.4 7.9 .7 .2 10.4 2.0 .3 .8 .1 – – .1 – – – .1 – 5.5

Salaries and wages 100.0 1.5 .8 1.6 .7 9.8 2.0 .7 .2 6.9 4.6 3.7 1.4 .4 3.1 1.1 .6 1.0 1.4 1.2 .4 4.7 1.6 1.6 1.0 .9 1.8 .4 .6 .6 .3 1.9 .9 4.0 3.2 .3 2.5 1.5 .8 2.9 .4 1.4 .3 1.5 6.5 1.0 .2 7.2 2.7 .6 .8 .2 – – .1 – – – .5 – 1.8

United States, total Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming American Samoa Fed. States of Micronesia Guam Marshall Islands Northern Marianas Palau Puerto Rico Virgin Islands Undistributed
1All

population figures represent resident population as of July 1, 2004.

Note: Values for the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the U.S. Outlying Areas were used in calculating these distributions.

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Table 12.

Federal Government Expenditure for Defense Department and All Other Agencies by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2004
Federal expenditure (millions of dollars) Per capita federal expenditure1 (dollars) Department of Defense 1 147.75 1 925.95 3 847.17 1 938.63 579.67 1 190.27 1 343.48 2 778.47 758.00 9 509.21 1 001.26 1 152.39 3 778.83 533.75 465.51 715.83 427.01 1 077.66 1 237.78 981.61 1 743.58 2 482.16 1 284.15 374.06 414.02 1 248.53 1 491.80 709.69 755.83 690.31 865.84 671.69 1 298.09 392.93 1 016.17 1 312.35 657.90 1 214.29 364.71 728.39 945.81 1 162.75 853.24 638.92 1 418.19 1 383.53 1 002.56 5 165.39 1 341.21 404.35 438.23 813.90 177.37 .00 4 032.43 2 800.23 67.92 .00 188.78 241.53 – All other federal agencies 6 074.87 6 9 5 6 5 5 5 5 58 6 5 5 5 5 5 6 5 6 6 6 9 6 5 5 6 6 7 5 4 5 5 9 7 5 8 5 6 5 6 6 5 7 7 4 4 6 6 5 7 5 7 693.45 037.99 369.96 500.41 284.03 189.38 870.91 568.32 472.89 007.56 094.13 871.69 903.09 577.48 363.22 164.20 915.82 411.55 315.94 504.30 163.26 994.57 607.43 230.16 446.26 454.88 375.16 994.82 778.92 258.45 681.36 138.56 091.44 450.52 200.77 729.67 347.37 719.69 920.98 684.18 995.58 710.62 061.61 889.43 344.14 453.15 984.75 886.77 959.58 289.44 859.46 Percent distribution of federal expenditure Department of Defense 100.0 2.5 .7 3.2 .5 12.3 1.8 2.8 .2 1.5 5.0 2.9 1.4 .2 1.7 1.3 .4 .8 1.5 1.3 .7 4.0 2.4 1.1 .6 1.0 2.5 .2 .4 .5 .3 1.7 .7 2.2 2.5 .2 2.2 1.2 .4 2.6 .3 1.4 .2 1.1 9.2 1.0 .2 11.1 2.4 .2 .7 .1 – – .2 – – – .2 – 2.6 All other federal agencies 100.0 1.7 .3 1.7 1.0 10.5 1.3 1.1 .3 1.8 5.8 2.5 .4 .5 3.9 1.8 1.0 .9 1.5 1.6 .5 2.8 2.5 3.1 1.5 1.0 2.0 .4 .6 .6 .4 2.7 1.0 7.5 2.6 .3 3.6 1.2 1.1 4.7 .4 1.4 .3 2.3 6.1 .6 .2 2.9 2.0 .8 1.6 .2 – – – – – – .8 – .8 Exhibit Department of Energy, defense related activities (millions of dollars2) 16 218 – 1 – – 1 287 694 – – 715 5 – – 820 540 – – – 15 – – 286 – – – – 428 – – 758 – – 3 762 400 – – 507 – – 366 – 1 740 – 1 267 451 – – – 2 159 6 – 10 – – – – – – – – 37

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

State and outlying area Department of Defense United States, total Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming American Samoa Fed. States of Micronesia Guam Marshall Islands Northern Marianas Palau Puerto Rico Virgin Islands Undistributed 347 689 8 2 11 1 42 6 9 725 522 135 596 723 182 735 629 5 264 17 419 10 175 4 772 744 5 918 4 465 1 262 2 948 5 132 4 433 2 297 13 8 3 2 3 8 796 240 783 112 624 585 658 1 321 1 612 1 125 5 2 7 8 7 4 1 9 1 843 471 555 679 833 539 279 311 037 022 All other federal agencies 1 814 514 30 5 30 17 189 23 20 4 32 104 44 7 8 70 33 18 16 26 28 8 50 44 56 26 18 37 6 10 11 6 49 17 136 46 5 65 22 20 85 7 25 5 41 109 10 4 52 36 14 29 3 323 924 844 893 664 878 569 624 366 514 978 415 225 910 453 212 183 582 521 568 930 881 706 679 713 145 836 474 158 833 421 393 348 554 202 656 365 560 864 223 170 944 670 963 378 010 105 520 449 140 981

4 881 658 3 770 31 895 3 305 623 38 533 8 321 734 2 414 412 10 – 660 158 5 – 732 26 9 055

252 103 590 60 208 51 14 746 565 14 020

4 350.91 953.91 3 605.00 1 059.64 2 732.69 2 566.87 3 802.05 5 196.61 –

1All population figures represent resident population 2These data are presented for illustrative purposes

as ofJuly 1, 2004. only. They were compiled from preliminary FY 2005 state budget allocation tables that were prepared for submission to Congress and that

were found on the Department of Energy Web site.

Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004
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Table 13.

Historical Summary of Federal Government Expenditure by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Years 1995 to 2004
Total expenditure

[In million dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text] State and outlying area 2004 United States, total Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming American Samoa Fed. States of Micronesia Guam Marshall Islands Northern Marianas Palau Puerto Rico Virgin Islands Undistributed See footnotes at end of table. 2 162 204 39 8 41 19 232 30 30 5 37 121 55 12 8 76 37 19 19 31 32 10 64 53 60 28 22 45 7 11 12 7 55 19 143 55 6 73 26 21 94 8 30 6 45 141 13 4 90 44 15 31 4 047 445 979 489 387 060 304 253 630 934 153 187 968 828 918 473 131 714 954 865 726 120 488 791 338 730 494 795 769 959 264 864 903 233 035 195 644 871 900 245 051 602 441 858 684 633 638 841 183 554 393 2003 2 061 486 36 7 37 18 219 28 28 5 34 113 51 11 8 73 35 17 18 31 31 9 57 51 57 27 21 43 7 11 11 7 53 18 137 51 5 69 25 21 90 8 28 6 42 140 13 4 82 43 14 30 4 871 944 801 340 706 874 595 061 750 341 910 269 654 020 525 550 208 153 646 966 646 265 870 580 741 874 092 000 637 349 679 736 898 766 726 902 254 253 350 036 038 202 602 451 500 443 454 368 226 237 226 2002 1 937 278 34 7 34 18 206 26 25 4 33 104 51 10 8 70 34 18 17 28 29 9 53 47 55 27 21 42 6 11 10 6 50 17 128 48 6 65 24 19 85 7 26 6 39 123 12 4 74 40 13 28 3 292 562 761 372 417 230 388 766 500 826 336 475 378 276 200 839 496 880 990 205 995 484 910 056 311 347 974 583 737 937 673 481 996 180 437 978 355 843 602 505 103 315 276 442 303 111 548 223 362 845 666 2001 1 794 907 31 6 30 16 188 24 22 4 30 100 47 9 7 65 32 17 16 25 27 8 48 44 51 24 20 39 6 10 9 6 46 16 116 44 5 61 22 18 79 6 24 5 36 112 11 3 71 36 12 26 3 735 417 416 659 758 377 760 248 953 096 376 729 541 144 198 420 713 873 864 189 244 221 722 959 277 229 630 784 630 317 285 609 528 602 957 801 712 440 379 994 708 820 795 701 394 739 312 960 554 681 588 2000 1 650 788 29 5 29 14 175 22 19 3 27 92 42 9 7 60 28 14 14 24 25 7 45 40 46 23 18 35 5 9 8 5 43 14 110 41 5 57 20 16 73 6 22 5 33 106 10 3 62 33 11 24 3 250 963 282 847 967 929 527 962 418 882 525 036 012 046 743 761 282 472 995 853 365 860 851 013 389 730 920 617 633 805 654 484 459 414 246 387 758 568 745 879 323 141 588 671 043 364 808 923 751 308 221 1999 1 555 651 26 5 27 13 168 21 19 3 26 87 39 8 6 56 27 15 14 22 24 7 42 38 44 21 16 33 6 8 8 5 41 13 103 37 4 53 19 15 69 6 20 4 30 98 9 3 58 32 11 22 2 904 291 075 706 676 940 644 816 232 716 415 660 207 646 013 708 520 374 558 456 339 820 128 897 564 474 251 844 013 389 204 616 393 482 578 772 298 759 996 250 952 943 982 488 294 168 168 156 135 757 931 1998 1 486 406 25 4 24 13 161 21 19 3 24 83 37 8 5 54 26 14 13 22 22 7 41 37 41 20 15 32 5 8 7 5 40 12 99 35 4 52 18 15 67 6 19 4 30 92 8 2 55 31 10 21 2 347 769 120 041 909 043 437 556 041 708 213 449 978 443 157 562 453 467 951 472 593 208 986 440 346 730 480 268 573 278 415 959 979 744 139 099 250 141 439 050 900 326 539 206 752 899 885 229 719 913 748 1997 1 439 891 24 4 22 12 160 19 18 3 23 82 35 8 5 52 25 13 12 21 23 7 38 37 41 20 15 31 5 7 7 5 39 12 98 34 4 50 17 14 65 5 18 4 28 88 8 2 53 30 10 21 2 650 644 282 593 884 629 124 470 125 645 930 159 591 874 398 542 647 245 451 250 869 086 236 006 091 833 236 838 115 057 862 454 138 592 204 998 396 665 980 892 962 216 855 898 478 757 178 488 298 167 612 1996 1 399 587 23 4 21 12 156 20 18 3 22 79 34 7 5 51 24 13 12 19 22 6 37 36 39 18 15 35 4 7 7 5 38 12 95 33 3 50 16 14 64 5 18 3 27 86 8 2 50 29 10 20 2 548 378 951 164 075 011 142 408 678 614 857 990 489 586 250 415 359 742 048 819 110 136 633 994 184 321 972 591 514 049 467 141 798 370 605 601 843 246 610 718 354 867 520 783 153 784 688 563 066 095 504 1995 1 369 793 22 4 20 11 153 19 17 3 21 75 33 7 5 50 23 13 12 19 22 6 37 35 39 19 14 31 4 7 6 4 37 11 94 30 3 50 16 13 64 5 17 3 26 83 8 2 51 28 10 19 2 795 230 906 768 831 062 505 310 912 000 414 450 301 889 028 008 471 433 526 649 089 822 567 015 251 541 829 461 665 890 920 826 664 692 779 516 132 640 609 789 839 865 611 863 486 664 487 831 208 839 492

262 103 1 249 218 213 51 15 479 592 23 075

198 145 1 539 182 141 53 14 661 615 34 366

154 140 1 114 203 102 42 14 062 573 34 125

116 98 908 151 96 36 13 263 405 37 795

111 27 842 41 70 16 12 128 487 32 395

168 24 844 152 85 98 13 257 496 30 929

135 – 998 – 63 – 11 267 483 30 112

115 – 847 – 59 – 10 774 416 26 089

69 – 830 – 41 – 10 403 612 23 828

106 – 810 – 62 – 10 003 472 26 973

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Table 13.

Historical Summary of Federal Government Expenditure by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Years 1995 to 2004 Con.
Retirement and disability

[In million dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text] State and outlying area 2004 United States, total Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming American Samoa Fed. States of Micronesia Guam Marshall Islands Northern Marianas Palau Puerto Rico Virgin Islands Undistributed See footnotes at end of table. 666 969 12 1 12 7 64 8 7 2 1 48 17 3 3 25 14 6 6 10 9 3 14 14 22 10 7 14 2 4 5 3 18 4 41 20 1 26 9 8 33 2 10 1 14 41 4 1 20 14 5 12 1 930 135 942 404 078 918 809 085 882 050 748 202 053 597 019 971 412 579 981 587 190 186 916 059 297 071 394 070 149 028 922 681 209 131 477 251 169 452 147 627 812 842 517 765 123 417 982 472 835 065 192 2003 636 239 12 1 12 7 61 8 7 1 1 45 16 3 2 24 13 6 6 10 9 3 13 13 22 9 6 13 2 3 4 2 18 4 40 18 1 25 8 8 32 2 10 1 13 39 3 1 19 13 5 11 1 232 041 022 038 236 375 549 945 934 192 666 014 865 786 394 780 196 169 559 403 306 794 042 627 923 509 315 956 708 838 388 388 506 806 447 348 772 024 072 535 106 809 744 149 892 358 553 587 663 618 152 2002 612 996 11 717 981 11 471 6 777 59 256 8 073 7 348 1 851 1 876 43 709 15 2 2 24 12 6 5 9 9 3 12 13 21 9 6 13 2 3 4 2 17 4 39 17 1 24 8 7 31 2 9 1 13 37 3 1 18 13 5 11 1 945 899 713 068 877 570 973 795 225 267 789 436 241 225 688 051 199 774 425 726 906 174 201 971 384 599 393 687 194 479 708 702 196 324 723 304 634 063 460 158 095 2001 600 075 11 461 937 11 076 6 666 58 311 7 856 7 229 1 796 1 835 42 726 15 2 2 23 12 6 5 9 9 3 12 13 20 8 6 12 2 3 4 2 17 4 38 17 1 24 8 7 30 2 9 1 12 36 3 1 18 12 5 10 1 579 799 609 676 589 437 860 729 092 197 380 330 848 970 622 796 134 684 207 654 591 053 773 517 353 263 201 452 387 456 502 657 955 235 605 274 077 701 359 885 067 2000 555 758 10 540 845 10 138 6 164 54 224 7 280 6 734 1 646 1 768 39 748 14 2 2 22 11 6 5 8 8 2 11 12 19 8 6 11 1 3 3 2 16 3 36 15 1 22 7 6 28 2 8 1 11 33 3 1 16 11 4 10 221 583 385 171 677 022 485 915 413 941 441 434 207 297 063 805 982 450 774 446 337 740 155 960 272 751 630 893 477 288 646 548 883 539 337 175 548 749 962 145 989 1999 523 449 9 888 787 9 473 5 815 50 686 6 877 6 344 1 537 1 718 37 386 13 2 2 21 11 5 5 8 7 2 10 11 18 7 5 11 1 3 3 2 15 3 33 14 1 21 7 6 27 2 8 1 11 31 3 1 15 11 4 9 247 431 238 018 055 751 231 340 911 758 805 732 141 847 656 189 878 289 457 300 426 520 997 885 218 646 256 524 174 166 087 474 092 507 163 105 465 073 713 615 935 1998 507 201 9 483 756 9 086 5 607 49 217 6 648 6 245 1 479 1 683 36 235 12 2 2 20 10 5 5 7 7 2 10 11 17 7 5 10 1 3 3 2 15 3 33 14 1 21 7 6 26 2 7 1 10 30 3 1 14 10 4 9 764 348 135 579 750 571 086 984 622 659 508 484 544 572 443 842 809 187 287 232 174 375 295 346 169 075 038 307 507 129 785 414 656 388 069 066 769 716 498 330 909 1997 488 981 9 048 683 8 642 5 427 47 790 6 341 6 033 1 412 1 609 35 209 11 2 2 19 10 5 4 7 7 2 10 11 16 7 5 10 1 3 3 2 14 3 32 13 1 20 6 6 25 2 7 1 10 28 2 1 14 10 4 9 935 262 037 926 310 419 884 631 445 539 539 141 903 328 244 474 741 097 042 114 679 232 292 434 139 597 723 110 700 050 333 361 118 881 899 031 545 241 391 023 863 1996 468 438 8 699 641 8 163 5 237 45 601 6 058 5 825 1 330 1 649 33 198 11 2 1 19 9 5 4 7 7 2 9 10 16 7 5 10 1 2 2 2 14 3 31 12 1 19 6 5 24 1 6 1 9 27 2 13 9 4 8 480 139 938 361 969 263 766 404 167 458 531 752 252 042 026 079 681 980 843 028 091 030 229 877 110 830 542 843 879 985 987 330 740 582 807 985 460 814 252 719 828 1995 452 041 8 370 622 7 776 5 064 44 297 5 829 5 619 1 262 1 630 31 823 11 2 1 18 9 5 4 7 6 2 9 10 15 6 4 9 1 2 2 1 13 2 30 12 1 19 6 5 24 1 6 1 9 26 2 12 9 4 8 018 043 857 820 633 101 597 128 963 357 153 424 727 792 867 756 613 882 651 931 642 946 342 235 069 215 302 639 113 918 639 278 308 700 694 945 941 410 135 409 789

44 – 221 1 24 – 5 668 155 26

41 – 207 1 22 – 5 477 146 14

39 – 198 1 21 – 5 282 138 17

40 – 191 1 21 – 5 242 132 –

34 – 161 1 14 – 4 604 118 3

29 – 156 1 21 – 4 302 110 4

29 – 155 – 11 – 4 031 104 11

24 – 134 – 9 – 3 877 90 –

24 – 134 – 5 – 3 715 75 5

21 – 123 – 2 – 3 529 90 2

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Table 13.

Historical Summary of Federal Government Expenditure by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Years 1995 to 2004 Con.
Other direct payments

[In million dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text] State and outlying area 2004 United States, total Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming American Samoa Fed. States of Micronesia Guam Marshall Islands Northern Marianas Palau Puerto Rico Virgin Islands Undistributed See footnotes at end of table. 469 800 8 017 665 7 269 5 045 51 492 5 295 5 828 1 168 2 670 32 432 11 1 1 21 10 5 4 6 8 1 10 12 16 6 5 10 1 3 2 1 14 2 34 11 1 17 5 5 25 1 5 1 9 30 2 9 8 3 7 509 607 649 111 004 615 801 523 950 852 372 374 616 891 196 892 629 199 352 412 549 476 726 398 753 918 938 048 917 902 746 937 467 642 158 847 997 282 249 469 641 2003 446 119 7 698 584 6 653 4 558 49 480 5 014 5 669 1 201 2 370 30 041 11 1 1 20 9 4 4 6 8 1 9 12 15 6 4 9 1 2 2 1 14 2 33 11 1 16 5 5 25 1 5 1 8 29 2 9 8 3 7 426 502 566 232 178 654 469 119 424 753 161 339 556 514 904 887 497 732 280 336 190 281 524 012 627 957 505 147 156 791 486 641 922 117 051 828 420 513 048 282 602 2002 423 965 7 086 560 6 193 5 202 45 166 4 753 5 088 1 121 2 130 25 961 10 1 1 20 9 6 4 5 8 1 9 11 14 7 5 9 1 3 2 1 13 2 31 10 2 16 5 4 22 1 5 2 8 27 1 8 7 2 6 160 435 690 223 345 169 614 906 092 580 011 537 564 089 000 916 752 767 126 216 131 154 389 369 643 181 187 652 917 650 063 099 309 648 869 736 515 994 780 830 553 2001 377 144 6 564 553 5 726 4 450 39 319 3 916 4 455 895 1 875 25 229 8 1 1 17 8 5 4 5 7 1 7 9 12 6 5 8 1 3 1 1 11 1 27 8 2 14 4 3 20 1 4 1 7 25 1 7 6 2 6 909 275 394 784 273 740 726 133 263 425 856 560 626 337 490 877 643 411 804 058 083 934 583 778 335 358 824 828 265 479 444 916 528 525 587 615 442 581 517 036 492 2000 331 685 5 960 402 6 016 3 855 35 916 3 529 3 998 805 1 792 22 773 8 1 1 15 6 3 3 5 6 1 6 8 11 5 4 7 1 2 1 147 198 200 012 758 650 155 011 465 290 266 533 081 447 733 914 353 767 596 948 118 711 681 236 944 698 176 302 910 326 861 540 601 834 329 545 535 683 274 282 427 1999 322 536 5 700 426 5 473 3 564 34 805 3 421 3 994 758 1 554 21 883 7 1 1 14 6 5 3 4 6 1 6 8 10 5 3 7 1 2 1 591 200 176 573 709 339 994 520 333 269 386 348 764 644 710 459 724 359 524 922 732 680 102 314 422 172 197 240 463 309 807 275 450 449 332 546 426 602 268 079 432 1998 309 403 5 455 398 4 395 3 327 34 419 3 285 3 886 745 1 457 21 473 7 1 1 13 6 4 3 4 6 1 7 8 10 4 3 7 1 2 1 217 181 058 738 743 537 324 397 001 264 118 171 640 838 587 082 477 031 483 917 585 592 180 995 033 807 943 137 196 301 649 022 309 990 308 538 366 260 265 844 414 1997 310 746 5 423 408 4 425 3 234 34 696 3 286 3 929 773 1 861 21 483 7 1 1 13 6 4 3 4 5 1 7 8 10 4 3 7 1 1 1 230 233 053 722 646 097 189 522 992 279 229 327 718 721 549 013 400 818 514 923 812 579 490 166 096 833 886 158 364 348 1996 299 232 5 166 433 4 231 3 107 34 156 3 147 3 860 757 1 606 20 820 6 1 1 13 6 4 2 4 5 1 7 7 10 4 3 6 1 1 1 888 200 025 112 173 189 943 225 748 243 046 959 134 546 379 709 363 680 405 873 756 543 033 669 791 453 620 118 771 314 1995 285 114 4 524 387 3 924 3 035 31 706 2 992 3 589 681 1 621 17 473 6 047 1 127 953 13 025 5 740 3 846 3 092 4 056 5 667 1 217 6 7 10 4 2 6 1 1 1 758 589 395 626 975 666 228 801 199 805 905 447 916 693 022 406 380 957 217 305

10 1 24 8 1 12 4 3 17 1 3 1 6 21 1 6 5 2 5

9 1 24 7 1 12 4 3 17 1 3 1 6 21 1 6 5 2 5

9 1 23 6 1 11 3 3 17 1 3 1 6 19 1 6 5 2 4

9 1 23 7 1 11 3 3 17 1

9 1 23 6 11 3 3 16 1

8 1 23 5 1 12 3 2 17 1

3 650 939 6 319 20 254 1 311 549 6 320 5 396 2 298 4 871 414 1 – 66 – 13 – 1 856 64 –

3 471 844 5 970 19 335 1 222 521 6 019 5 315 2 217 4 561 401 1 – 44 – 1 – 1 743 83 293

2 843 881 5 247 17 499 1 178 495 5 647 5 319 2 111 4 776 381 3 – 42 – 1 – 1 629 54 16

14 9 85 2 18 3 2 999 86 89

12 7 92 – 15 1 2 847 107 141

2 13 78 – 3 – 2 658 90 –

1 3 59 – 2 – 2 289 74 –

1 5 56 – 1 – 1 963 76 –

– 1 52 – 6 – 1 978 80 –

6 – 51 – 6 – 1 882 53 27

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Table 13.

Historical Summary of Federal Government Expenditure by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Years 1995 to 2004 Con.
Grants

[In million dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text] State and outlying area 2004 United States, total Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming American Samoa Fed. States of Micronesia Guam Marshall Islands Northern Marianas Palau Puerto Rico Virgin Islands Undistributed See footnotes at end of table. 460 152 7 3 8 4 54 5 5 1 4 19 11 2 1 16 7 4 3 6 7 2 8 13 13 7 5 8 1 2 2 1 11 4 50 12 1 16 5 5 19 2 6 1 9 27 2 1 7 9 3 7 1 008 217 364 683 534 643 556 241 205 610 759 158 995 531 436 039 469 743 787 758 837 876 227 209 379 734 997 531 322 879 333 663 009 574 515 514 271 185 916 329 145 620 863 792 948 423 991 083 701 484 636 2003 441 036 6 3 7 4 51 6 5 1 4 17 10 1 1 15 7 3 3 6 7 2 8 13 12 6 5 8 1 2 1 1 11 4 47 11 1 15 5 5 18 2 5 1 9 28 2 1 7 8 3 7 1 649 022 235 541 329 014 376 181 310 463 561 911 858 720 313 877 415 634 820 610 632 328 970 914 318 655 938 512 955 865 481 322 575 613 537 687 136 103 624 234 969 698 057 423 845 331 886 881 562 544 616 2002 415 192 6 3 6 4 48 4 5 1 4 16 10 1 1 14 6 4 3 6 7 2 9 12 13 6 5 8 1 2 1 1 10 3 42 10 1 14 5 4 18 2 5 1 8 24 2 1 7 8 3 7 1 345 127 664 047 099 740 280 122 833 362 501 836 837 976 969 060 272 346 439 270 044 343 280 492 048 429 912 342 840 633 822 957 462 939 425 846 108 818 018 096 592 506 658 869 698 281 725 301 299 256 234 2001 369 606 5 2 5 3 44 4 4 611 383 437 673 321 269 966 982 4 335 14 867 8 1 1 13 6 3 2 5 6 2 8 11 11 5 4 7 1 2 1 1 9 3 35 9 1 13 4 4 16 1 5 1 7 23 2 1 6 7 3 6 1 574 664 587 297 481 317 877 447 573 086 350 266 720 700 578 352 771 188 559 433 671 753 882 652 355 205 424 609 176 920 081 345 566 188 353 139 513 252 145 316 254 2000 342 142 5 2 4 3 40 3 4 174 251 959 061 980 980 698 940 4 076 13 599 8 1 1 12 5 2 2 5 5 1 7 10 11 5 3 6 1 1 1 1 9 3 34 9 1 12 3 3 15 1 4 1 7 20 2 1 5 6 2 5 1 348 532 352 646 909 983 488 073 756 960 673 780 062 273 896 503 607 878 450 415 181 206 796 132 176 441 938 994 458 957 561 190 053 172 175 003 850 878 929 818 065 1999 314 105 4 1 4 2 39 3 4 821 961 685 744 657 700 321 893 4 581 11 973 7 1 1 11 5 2 2 4 5 1 6 10 10 4 3 5 1 1 1 1 8 2 30 7 1 11 3 3 14 1 4 1 6 19 2 5 5 2 5 135 452 229 575 055 750 279 623 483 831 219 067 226 821 559 808 462 733 329 232 242 838 999 958 065 106 415 724 002 632 077 111 202 231 063 940 182 997 617 116 955 1998 290 719 4 1 4 2 35 3 4 362 470 313 579 564 313 136 750 4 266 11 175 6 1 1 11 4 2 2 4 4 1 5 9 9 4 3 5 1 1 1 1 8 2 30 7 1 10 3 3 13 1 3 1 5 16 1 4 5 2 4 644 310 115 169 514 585 047 483 975 776 507 263 116 530 203 410 204 601 164 157 106 641 269 504 126 608 252 498 267 592 731 065 825 771 803 863 868 721 609 981 874 1997 276 065 4 1 4 2 34 3 3 046 413 005 410 565 123 892 746 3 875 10 205 6 284 1 256 987 10 633 4 333 2 278 1 997 4 064 5 171 1 659 5 8 8 4 3 4 1 1 1 1 7 2 29 7 1 9 2 3 12 1 3 1 5 15 1 4 5 2 4 102 676 864 635 029 989 240 428 185 053 798 516 540 145 164 665 970 396 524 429 498 153 410 583 674 760 752 676 244 606 810 1996 260 285 3 1 3 2 32 2 3 849 173 549 330 113 916 917 756 3 539 9 810 1995 261 013 3 1 3 2 32 2 3 882 225 695 243 914 821 725 694 3 174 9 800

5 844 1 215 951 10 507 4 048 2 241 1 841 3 666 4 964 1 488 4 8 8 4 2 4 1 1 1 1 7 2 28 6 10 2 3 11 1 688 488 280 216 881 754 033 315 010 028 313 205 059 632 851 123 755 264 803 363

6 233 1 192 910 10 352 3 945 2 323 1 837 3 642 5 739 1 540 4 8 8 4 2 4 1 1 1 1 7 2 27 6 9 2 3 11 1 877 663 564 354 919 712 025 292 082 034 561 121 163 223 857 804 684 009 996 464

3 189 910 4 790 14 777 1 574 713 4 359 5 257 2 268 4 275 726 37 – 156 – 33 – 3 826 389 228

3 288 905 4 893 15 301 1 567 689 4 285 4 946 2 459 4 168 776 62 – 149 – 56 – 3 775 249 155

178 94 269 56 156 47 5 324 263 44

110 136 400 66 90 51 4 808 282 43

93 126 251 58 66 41 4 828 266 65

59 94 192 49 62 35 4 389 139 124

59 22 155 10 50 5 4 323 233 10

126 22 199 14 54 9 5 614 226 165

91 – 282 – 42 – 4 240 274 115

83 – 167 – 31 – 3 993 214 121

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Table 13.

Historical Summary of Federal Government Expenditure by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Years 1995 to 2004 Con.
Procurement

[In million dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text] State and outlying area 2004 United States, total Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming American Samoa Fed. States of Micronesia Guam Marshall Islands Northern Marianas Palau Puerto Rico Virgin Islands Undistributed See footnotes at end of table. 339 681 7 600 1 700 9 797 848 40 254 5 747 9 509 265 13 347 11 447 5 2 1 6 4 1 2 4 3 1 20 9 4 2 2 7 813 066 373 583 002 599 242 637 418 711 2003 327 415 7 067 1 680 8 557 864 37 050 5 142 8 484 245 11 376 10 899 5 1 1 5 3 1 2 5 3 1 16 8 3 2 2 7 243 978 531 729 302 109 020 119 195 312 2002 286 094 6 1 7 1 34 4 6 035 396 291 095 753 526 216 207 10 875 9 757 7 1 1 4 2 1 3 2 1 13 6 3 2 2 7 364 621 357 664 802 955 653 978 773 240 2001 260 004 5 204 1 130 5 260 692 28 949 4 468 4 734 148 10 263 8 859 7 1 1 4 2 382 467 197 135 734 897 1 383 2 759 2 625 674 736 851 378 049 863 741 371 447 1 041 655 2000 236 665 4 702 1 117 5 305 588 27 011 4 353 2 701 149 7 574 8 628 5 1 1 4 2 1 1 2 3 109 294 348 007 196 119 310 748 097 883 812 026 375 099 978 071 289 487 836 524 1999 218 279 3 696 845 4 782 467 25 795 4 443 3 636 221 6 403 8 639 5 150 1 141 870 3 480 2 222 898 1 263 2 275 2 667 803 10 5 2 1 1 5 584 753 065 807 939 705 520 470 802 482 1998 208 914 3 104 863 3 793 475 25 365 4 300 3 814 215 5 200 7 128 4 1 1 3 2 1 3 2 1 10 5 1 1 1 6 603 053 019 466 233 930 316 116 351 025 417 451 871 795 613 341 376 487 805 524 1997 197 955 3 231 856 2 635 455 26 245 3 493 2 918 157 4 183 8 083 4 774 1 077 887 3 189 2 327 806 989 2 755 2 777 1 018 8 6 2 1 1 6 442 118 010 684 727 324 260 521 550 487 1996 201 903 2 937 804 3 485 453 26 168 4 656 3 123 154 4 580 8 126 4 741 1 027 945 3 165 2 090 778 1 110 2 005 2 086 907 8 6 2 1 2 10 522 081 189 535 326 594 263 585 1 407 672 1995 203 472 3 059 708 3 098 421 26 537 4 030 3 159 190 4 093 8 698 4 315 777 976 3 255 1 678 809 1 204 2 227 2 098 808 9 6 2 1 1 7 109 193 014 595 936 240 336 517 917 668

804 127 119 329 372 991 587 697 1 600 985 132 973 889 933 503 936 804 283 311 559

216 357 884 406 626 992 497 608 1 472 738 461 819 758 794 398 548 488 198 137 659

488 793 539 228 734 313 350 591 1 250 788

10 6 3 2 1 6

10 6 2 2 1 6

6 5 8 3 6 2 1 9

5 5 7 3 6 2 1 8

4 5 7 2

840 393 417 923 329 5 243 2 515 994 7 415 495

4 5 6 3

158 122 168 154 280 5 124 2 212 959 6 788 392

4 4 6 2

279 136 949 559 238 4 870 2 062 792 6 285 585

4 3 6 2

206 931 773 050 255 4 508 1 670 765 5 934 421

4 3 5 2

091 769 995 064 258 4 368 1 381 728 5 163 313

4 3 5 1

097 533 778 960 229 4 604 1 188 579 5 126 356

3 3 6 2

750 676 320 293 210 4 583 1 205 610 5 531 423

4 3 6 2

263 690 083 009 231 4 475 1 152 630 5 360 464

4 193 438 8 118 26 969 2 304 541 35 325 6 946 1 041 2 641 403 17 – 355 158 9 – 462 21 18 851

3 614 381 7 522 29 823 2 665 566 30 839 6 629 665 2 008 346 28 1 526 115 8 1 561 26 32 133

3 105 378 5 912 20 581 2 084 431 26 170 5 586 602 1 888 319 13 1 308 144 9 1 365 29 30 972

3 155 301 5 811 15 649 2 084 391 26 935 5 480 527 1 817 341 12 1 219 101 9 – 477 15 33 230

2 775 280 5 219 19 000 1 598 320 21 397 4 672 622 1 462 324 15 – 224 30 2 11 419 14 28 790

2 540 524 4 520 14 502 1 268 276 19 044 4 614 625 1 433 199 11 1 134 137 3 89 525 34 27 464

2 489 317 5 116 13 893 1 180 154 18 523 4 920 488 1 295 175 7 – 167 – 3 – 374 11 26 623

2 404 253 4 384 13 282 1 206 150 16 250 4 601 502 1 304 149 4 – 121 – 4 – 318 8 24 587

2 505 249 4 317 13 840 1 072 295 14 529 4 603 514 1 162 153 4 – 112 – 1 – 405 22 22 005

2 779 262 4 471 13 769 1 529 259 16 598 4 760 708 1 110 164 18 – 125 – 2 – 366 34 25 496

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Table 13.

Historical Summary of Federal Government Expenditure by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Years 1995 to 2004 Con.
Salaries and wages

[In million dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text] State and outlying area 2004 United States, total Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming American Samoa Fed. States of Micronesia Guam Marshall Islands Northern Marianas Palau Puerto Rico Virgin Islands Undistributed 225 601 3 1 3 1 22 4 1 492 728 608 509 029 457 602 494 15 526 10 395 8 324 3 154 898 7 007 2 457 1 249 2 208 3 231 2 818 957 10 3 3 2 2 4 523 557 610 302 094 042 886 1 298 1 347 654 328 072 070 197 787 576 463 903 609 829 2003 210 677 3 1 3 1 20 4 1 224 617 335 339 611 329 516 489 14 760 9 746 8 015 2 864 834 6 553 2 338 1 129 2 108 3 112 2 648 888 10 3 3 2 1 3 331 446 418 120 970 832 845 1 192 1 222 571 159 926 535 541 717 362 353 781 363 817 2002 199 032 3 1 3 1 19 4 1 109 499 142 251 143 138 456 465 13 787 9 038 7 366 2 684 781 6 344 2 208 1 084 1 984 2 854 2 461 848 9 3 3 2 1 3 664 376 286 022 840 637 760 1 109 1 096 574 974 802 526 978 655 109 152 692 058 786 2001 188 071 2 1 2 1 17 3 1 895 414 917 178 858 868 375 428 12 646 8 415 6 931 2 525 753 6 252 2 121 1 029 1 866 2 805 2 310 808 8 3 3 1 1 3 921 214 150 904 725 463 711 1 053 1 019 516 782 747 122 502 634 851 050 592 763 747 2000 184 538 2 1 2 1 17 3 1 873 349 865 178 835 787 396 422 12 208 8 135 6 700 2 429 728 6 210 2 204 988 1 844 2 724 2 264 779 9 3 3 1 1 3 174 087 126 897 718 437 689 1 035 976 471 739 692 879 527 616 627 951 589 615 722 1999 177 282 2 1 2 1 17 3 1 798 272 661 116 733 499 350 406 11 975 7 835 6 292 2 436 693 6 000 1 972 970 1 752 2 615 2 165 795 8 2 2 1 1 3 346 919 932 778 699 313 667 992 903 453 599 646 521 275 618 341 761 506 424 723 1998 170 176 2 1 2 1 17 3 1 944 282 533 054 344 496 357 367 11 436 7 696 5 984 2 557 652 5 490 1 917 941 1 680 2 488 2 002 748 8 2 2 1 1 3 042 840 814 704 500 055 614 963 835 448 458 581 240 833 554 242 637 471 306 715 1997 166 145 2 1 2 1 17 3 1 902 284 574 067 587 386 353 383 11 598 7 666 5 707 2 330 627 5 404 1 781 943 1 589 2 273 2 066 755 7 2 2 1 1 3 556 824 741 638 542 033 595 974 824 480 476 595 039 887 575 298 629 422 267 709 1996 169 729 2 1 2 1 18 3 1 898 327 523 037 038 235 418 411 11 304 7 660 5 904 2 409 630 5 440 1 970 944 1 700 2 442 2 084 722 7 2 2 1 1 3 324 857 778 655 571 185 632 1 031 850 448 556 686 157 898 644 612 721 410 625 634 1995 168 152 2 1 2 1 18 3 1 960 287 413 005 376 390 413 483 11 394 7 206 5 801 2 310 604 5 436 2 031 929 1 741 2 380 2 059 728 7 2 2 1 1 3 192 953 867 649 554 167 628 969 816 454 549 622 160 532 599 615 614 405 922 638

4 2 9 7 5 3 1 6

4 1 8 6 5 3 1 6

3 1 8 5 5 3 1 6

3 1 8 5 4 3 1 5

3 1 7 5 4 2 1 5

3 1 7 5 4 2 1 5

3 1 7 4 4 2 1 5

3 1 7 4 4 2 1 5

3 1 7 4 4 2 1 5

3 1 7 4 4 2 1 5

3 156 765 3 476 14 690 2 150 405 16 342 6 058 1 358 1 895 521 9 – 320 – 6 – 1 026 66 4 065

2 863 673 3 357 13 939 2 047 360 14 756 5 758 1 289 1 785 510 7 – 315 – 6 – 968 55 2 035

2 636 631 3 200 13 019 1 929 359 13 504 5 278 1 221 1 713 465 6 – 279 – 3 – 930 50 3 071

2 526 600 2 935 12 104 1 765 319 12 345 4 945 1 005 1 626 435 5 – 247 – 3 – 866 45 4 440

2 481 584 2 833 12 126 1 603 320 12 477 4 940 963 1 600 417 3 – 247 – 2 – 819 45 3 593

2 441 559 2 718 11 798 1 469 301 12 050 4 869 911 1 514 410 3 – 304 – 2 – 839 47 3 296

2 246 508 2 633 11 164 1 392 278 11 360 4 612 859 1 464 376 3 – 344 – 2 – 739 40 3 336

2 077 511 2 624 10 897 1 388 267 11 312 4 574 863 1 363 375 2 – 359 – 2 – 730 41 1 381

2 203 534 2 702 11 249 1 478 270 12 322 4 574 815 1 377 395 2 – 384 – 2 – 713 42 1 297

2 289 539 2 691 10 594 1 519 275 12 016 4 396 797 1 377 381 3 – 370 – 2 – 704 45 1 303

Note: The data in this table incorporate revisions made since the release of previous CFFR reports. Totals for procurement data for all years reflect the addition of government issued credit card purchases that are included on the "Undistributed" line.

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Table 14.

State Rankings for Per Capita Amounts of Federal Government Expenditure: Fiscal Year 2004
Total 9 1 24 28 34 33 8 39 29 41 5 36 45 44 32 30 18 25 13 3 12 46 49 17 15 14 31 50 42 38 4 22 35 6 37 21 43 19 20 27 10 16 40 47 23 2 26 11 48 7 Retirement and disability 2 49 33 6 48 46 35 15 4 44 13 39 43 34 21 25 12 37 5 11 36 32 45 14 18 9 29 38 27 41 17 42 22 28 30 8 24 7 19 10 20 16 47 50 31 3 26 1 40 23 Other direct payments 15 48 44 10 28 46 21 30 9 40 42 45 22 25 6 18 26 4 29 8 5 23 36 14 7 17 11 49 47 20 41 12 39 1 27 19 31 3 16 32 2 24 34 50 33 37 38 13 35 43 Grants 22 1 30 16 23 46 21 26 48 39 15 35 42 47 37 43 18 14 11 20 7 40 36 13 24 9 31 50 32 41 4 3 27 5 34 25 33 19 8 28 10 17 44 45 6 49 29 12 38 2 Procurement 7 5 6 50 15 13 4 49 33 32 8 19 40 34 39 22 17 28 12 2 9 46 45 23 10 35 47 31 27 30 3 43 44 26 36 24 48 29 41 18 38 11 14 20 21 1 16 37 42 25 Salaries and Wages 18 1 29 38 31 11 45 33 32 13 2 28 37 48 47 16 17 30 23 4 36 49 46 24 25 12 22 35 41 42 6 44 15 5 43 9 40 39 19 20 8 34 26 14 27 3 10 21 50 7

[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text] State Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming

Note: States are ranked from largest per capita amount of federal funds (1) to smallest per capita amount of federal funds (50). Rankings are based upon per capita amounts shown in Table 10. All precautionary notes for Tables 1 6 and introduction apply to rankings. Federal funds for loans and insurance coverage in Tables 7 9 are excluded from consideration in this table. Also excluded are per capita amounts for the District of Columbia and the U.S. Outlying Areas; see Table 10 for these amounts.

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Table 15.
[Thousand dollars]

Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 293 655 404 02 01 02 06 04 02 02 03 03 03 06 07 01 07 03 03 02 05 02 03 02 02 04 02 07 04 02 01 04 04 04 02 07 07 02 02 05 06 07 04 05 05 03 05 02 03 05 07 04 04 01 01 02 03 04 05 07 04 07 02 03 03 04 06 06 07 03 03 06 07 04 01 07 04 4 530 47 156 28 21 54 11 20 112 35 24 41 15 27 14 14 45 54 13 11 36 13 79 49 44 66 71 38 103 18 30 25 9 18 16 92 53 658 14 87 34 120 69 13 23 293 22 30 84 400 23 222 113 11 20 29 22 49 70 165 14 80 40 167 70 17 182 468 701 557 317 988 229 764 425 567 525 466 238 422 092 458 041 824 453 368 875 610 189 122 884 935 944 336 250 273 823 599 746 275 699 947 821 495 975 515 418 714 387 210 179 072 084 267 781 526 725 559 211 522 401 396 603 262 245 677 141 277 861 104 005 906

State and county area

Total 2 162 203 724 39 047 235 806 179 112 203 79 141 1 111 225 148 194 161 184 89 76 531 490 102 63 272 100 422 551 389 332 368 237 666 110 209 227 83 124 116 557 554 4 987 106 498 175 504 341 96 249 7 639 152 191 523 2 458 149 3 350 674 96 154 324 131 330 335 403 119 529 288 1 007 471 103 473 419 000 049 988 678 562 080 238 636 366 640 161 516 472 326 838 831 980 113 696 538 783 994 045 565 897 179 476 226 185 452 876 621 727 879 885 468 723 930 203 259 189 325 624 487 101 975 767 037 840 224 477 351 533 885 056 753 493 177 433 102 419 121 945 961

Retirement and disability 666 969 380 12 930 138 506 70 56 106 29 60 457 106 61 95 45 80 42 38 184 204 40 34 119 41 214 181 140 157 218 104 329 49 86 86 26 51 52 271 159 1 890 46 274 71 217 162 29 71 909 59 81 253 1 055 59 784 307 34 64 78 62 173 155 231 38 239 124 398 243 48 486 269 265 848 470 722 529 988 409 220 536 000 067 424 930 552 428 067 928 985 497 459 885 479 694 147 597 764 516 945 784 833 328 063 112 031 203 093 766 334 593 753 826 245 413 972 405 705 817 554 544 593 149 159 241 588 096 219 710 146 349 066 417 825 552 223

Other direct payments 469 799 943 8 016 40 167 52 29 52 19 40 176 58 32 56 24 42 21 15 68 90 30 13 74 26 114 73 97 78 65 64 180 26 52 53 18 30 33 114 71 1 168 25 117 42 90 78 18 43 252 38 47 118 642 42 308 125 27 39 71 37 71 67 97 27 128 65 221 134 24 960 123 909 155 668 160 418 390 715 911 754 591 847 679 807 605 896 202 922 836 986 265 305 622 168 903 326 639 485 165 549 484 446 605 153 168 451 863 006 134 437 624 816 775 192 959 984 919 172 155 010 734 732 720 375 770 073 014 995 688 930 568 121 242 467 078

Grants 460 152 282 7 007 42 87 45 21 37 27 35 108 44 20 34 29 40 17 17 48 62 28 11 64 27 76 46 106 80 48 46 122 21 63 39 34 34 25 107 69 1 084 25 77 56 129 85 38 77 255 47 45 89 420 42 1 310 122 31 45 57 27 78 101 46 42 101 85 194 78 28 819 521 548 312 514 745 803 845 099 438 211 666 763 652 182 024 572 542 441 595 716 970 123 957 320 780 507 898 562 856 047 100 760 905 023 503 100 877 652 023 328 434 910 910 871 194 571 796 857 902 349 575 332 311 082 493 954 541 884 380 103 897 893 079 889 260

Procurement 339 680 775 7 599 2 12 2 1 1 862 057 879 684 004 285

Salaries and wages 225 601 344 3 492 12 31 8 4 5 2 3 135 4 3 4 2 10 6 3 20 106 2 1 9 4 14 242 9 10 30 8 18 6 5 5 2 6 3 19 41 589 6 26 4 33 9 6 49 804 5 15 24 217 4 550 109 2 4 11 3 5 7 22 10 30 11 87 11 2 347 450 399 051 333 766 249 051 624 190 805 845 304 127 982 673 836 665 139 661 274 200 080 674 392 730 324 880 809 338 351 947 188 905 409 703 302 227 640 300 055 241 839 528 886 147 101 224 207 997 064 178 560 820 944 851 171 846 831 247 401 553 657 809 763 700

United States, total Alabama Autauga County Baldwin County Barbour County Bibb County Blount County Bullock County Butler County Calhoun County Chambers County Cherokee County Chilton County Choctaw County Clarke County Clay County Cleburne County Coffee County Colbert County Conecuh County Coosa County Covington County Crenshaw County Cullman County Dale County Dallas County De Kalb County Elmore County Escambia County Etowah County Fayette County Franklin County Geneva County Greene County Hale County Henry County Houston County Jackson County Jefferson County Lamar County Lauderdale County Lawrence County Lee County Limestone County Lowndes County Macon County Madison County Marengo County Marion County Marshall County Mobile County Monroe County Montgomery County Morgan County Perry County Pickens County Pike County Randolph County Russell County St. Clair County Shelby County Sumter County Talladega County Tallapoosa County Tuscaloosa County Walker County Washington County Wilcox County Winston County State undistributed Alaska Aleutians East Borough Aleutians West Census Area Anchorage City and Borough Bethel Census Area Bristol Bay Borough Denali Borough Dillingham Census Area Fairbanks North Star Borough Haines Borough Juneau City and Borough Kenai Peninsula Borough Ketchikan Gateway Borough Kodiak Island Borough Lake and Peninsula Borough Matanuska Susitna Borough Nome Census Area North Slope Borough Northwest Arctic Borough Prince of Wales Census Area Sitka City and Borough See footnotes at end of table.

563 805 233 391 11 877 30 059 3 539 59 180 10 634 571 1 472 209 106 27 355 550 1 035 4 223 3 7 35 5 6 11 15 5 1 42 2 1 3 45 213 254 2 4 33 3 2 7 5 417 1 1 37 121 1 645 389 263 471 005 144 998 104 921 454 087 154 143 029 474 830 408 659 140 789 208 797 867 262 214 040 331 713 429 872

396 145 9 703 340 891 105 183 762 2 133 2 075 5 716 649 29 1 105 3 018 331 166 274 700

12 958 24 475 655 2 5 272 16 1 1 4 85 2 31 51 13 13 1 72 9 7 7 5 8 435 695 407 687 964 103 943 924 930 233 118 563 248 276 584 278 363 002 545 779 849

116 824 177 578 1 892 300 8 445 20 76 3 002 324 38 16 78 1 441 18 938 294 128 179 23 241 134 70 84 66 127 389 216 859 534 163 812 547 596 735 722 535 337 992 056 351 902 029 308 892 262 920

38 416 71 264 1 478 1 135 5 1 507 12 4 1 10 142 5 67 100 25 10 2 120 9 7 6 7 16 323 294 779 916 772 734 258 667 723 341 289 369 116 429 890 524 700 838 822 815 695

23 182 44 162 1 562 757 665 3 1 139 25 1 1 10 57 1 22 35 10 5 4 29 17 5 9 8 17 018 516 705 277 592 288 395 360 305 892 429 397 320 633 306 634 061 309 327 628 354

46 125 25 866 327 880 3 216 8 11 720 263 24 52 307 6 755 106 51 59 3 64 74 41 61 20 69 865 213 660 693 119 704 982 976 831 537 711 042 072 046 843 018 279 150 520 735 739

2 561 29 922 185 1 699 1 58 661 14 4 1 498 4 22 25 13 44 10 15 26 14 3 23 3 744 810 934 689 071 676 131 645 837 006 320 247 225 943 703 783 782 499 251 779 316

6 541 6 365 – 1 728 1 2 972 8 3 440 383 781 960 609 410

00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

12 781 2 948 435 039 946 70 786 27 29 59 1 11 6 1 3 5 20 282 259 005 610 943 207 512 971 305 817

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Table 15.
[Thousand dollars]

Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 3 136 5 9 7 6 997 964 508 297

State and county area

Total 31 444 204 155 77 59 899 759 070 218

Retirement and disability 6 800 13 15 5 12 270 515 971 838

Other direct payments 2 722 4 6 11 5 310 471 297 977

Grants 12 324 39 93 56 11 529 074 005 863

Procurement 2 655 139 26 1 17 480 285 824 954

Salaries and wages 6 943 8 14 1 10 311 416 973 586

Alaska Con. Skagway Hoonah Angoon Census Area Southeast Fairbanks Census Area Valdez Cordova Census Area Wade Hampton Census Area Wrangell Petersburg Census Area Yakutat Borough Yukon Koyukuk Census Area State undistributed Arizona Apache County Cochise County Coconino County Gila County Graham County Greenlee County La Paz County Maricopa County Mohave County Navajo County Pima County Pinal County Santa Cruz County Yavapai County Yuma County State undistributed Arkansas Arkansas County Ashley County Baxter County Benton County Boone County Bradley County Calhoun County Carroll County Chicot County Clark County Clay County Cleburne County Cleveland County Columbia County Conway County Craighead County Crawford County Crittenden County Cross County Dallas County Desha County Drew County Faulkner County Franklin County Fulton County Garland County Grant County Greene County Hempstead County Hot Spring County Howard County Independence County Izard County Jackson County Jefferson County Johnson County Lafayette County Lawrence County Lee County Lincoln County Little River County Logan County Lonoke County Madison County Marion County Miller County Mississippi County Monroe County Montgomery County Nevada County Newton County Ouachita County Perry County Phillips County Pike County Poinsett County Polk County Pope County Prairie County Pulaski County See footnotes at end of table.

00 00 00 00 00 00 00

708 6 334 5 743 68 124 122 51 32 7 19 3 501 179 106 907 214 40 190 176 2 752 20 23 39 179 35 12 5 26 13 23 16 25 8 24 20 86 56 51 19 8 14 18 95 18 11 92 17 38 23 30 14 34 13 17 82 23 8 17 11 14 13 22 58 14 16 42 48 9 9 9 8 27 10 24 10 25 20 55 9 365 834 903 013 754 422 993 501 898 001 981 455 059 359 784 628 083 629 130 687 827 756 253 348 539 555 287 105 759 045 842 751 589 191 578 488 079 662 665 524 113 064 909 141 242 975 469 627 478 648 329 285 656 713 221 410 724 368 254 899 678 685 383 468 485 415 282 620 484 361 456 309 973 339 092 933 186 913

7 512 164 159 437 558 41 979 303 1 019 880 1 822 690 884 522 584 096 209 880 41 207 185 796 21 299 643 1 044 542 826 995 8 993 779 1 141 253 258 198 1 090 985 1 072 462 1 503 374 19 488 184 176 290 629 268 89 33 143 142 147 151 164 46 187 142 438 261 366 160 64 157 155 396 114 76 699 101 222 137 169 84 209 94 205 734 120 68 153 127 76 83 136 351 69 93 242 317 105 54 65 53 206 60 271 63 216 127 288 77 3 791 822 268 178 559 599 732 212 980 157 410 766 458 690 853 868 953 472 883 446 038 936 960 810 141 108 713 263 203 133 054 587 650 627 600 443 323 371 993 758 880 972 922 732 506 012 529 764 310 953 888 738 454 633 943 301 467 266 536 945 363 276

162 12 634 162 12 942 138 481 258 187 73 17 58 6 828 625 234 2 475 453 73 673 361 1 7 403 56 65 180 394 112 35 13 71 36 59 53 96 23 71 69 191 144 104 45 25 37 40 195 51 42 373 42 98 51 83 37 93 49 48 229 61 22 55 25 25 44 68 156 36 57 100 126 27 28 26 24 87 32 66 29 66 65 136 24 1 108 252 412 761 892 722 965 169 508 234 205 023 337 016 123 797 292 797 543 770 614 812 678 306 881 476 141 243 186 793 028 932 142 357 274 472 192 108 953 354 813 537 657 154 613 315 017 936 539 419 911 473 131 732 169 845 364 458 584 714 753 170 496 539 152 852 308 612 495 112 497 015 025 734 958 619 027 321 517

646 6 261 219 608 7 268 150 136 117 90 40 7 10 3 435 221 128 1 043 246 31 182 184 1 239 5 045 65 51 64 124 44 25 6 26 48 40 56 34 10 44 33 123 54 89 58 18 51 36 75 22 17 167 14 61 38 44 23 55 25 81 150 25 21 55 44 29 20 28 76 12 19 72 106 41 13 18 8 51 13 84 15 83 31 60 33 479 771 828 088 061 574 448 919 922 902 741 462 216 508 295 939 933 935 499 086 681 987 384 975 197 496 462 386 027 119 532 138 358 938 958 111 093 611 014 249 211 248 772 504 827 801 501 397 867 617 806 231 222 720 992 323 702 257 148 043 422 220 891 261 014 067 465 191 658 938 313 281 090 895 508 107 126 952 676

3 637 78 777 217 786 8 363 598 195 317 148 73 13 30 4 155 152 349 1 342 306 85 139 194 261 4 682 41 49 30 71 97 22 11 17 54 35 36 22 11 46 31 91 46 157 37 17 43 47 101 15 14 107 37 55 38 25 16 47 17 71 147 23 22 36 52 20 15 25 102 15 13 64 72 34 8 15 16 49 10 107 10 54 21 65 13 1 108 600 030 458 484 207 533 214 150 471 791 161 629 823 560 272 238 579 798 052 391 959 078 014 168 263 825 754 948 341 967 357 346 975 379 799 395 500 132 244 852 552 338 707 530 490 388 076 416 403 672 169 522 765 071 518 556 130 185 950 960 935 985 948 557 206 477 882 382 707 584 972 263 858 969 567 657 422 689

2 035 59 862 2 9 796 36 612 47 134 4 75 5 321 14 44 3 309 81 4 28 79 847 8 2 4 13 3 779 637 911 703 462 310 949 701 857 177 756 678 491 752 317 014 63 534 730 675 680 566 631

1 031 6 625 – 3 607 95 396 143 23 17 1 10 1 558 30 70 822 53 63 66 252 1 509 12 6 9 25 10 900 974 471 382 131 623 957 516 179 628 593 918 414 467 660 985 – 449 630 817 120 893 805

01 08 01 02 01 01 01 07
2

02 01 02 07 08 01 06 07 07 08 01 02 07

01 04 01 03 03 04 04 03 04 04 01 01 04 04 02 01 03 01 01 04 04 04 02 03 01 04 04 01 04 04 04 01 01 01 04 03 04 01 01 04 04 04 01 03 03 04 01 01 04 04 03 04 02 01 04 01 04 03 01 02

430 1 991 18 127 491 2 804 1 090 3 643 411 19 310 1 346 5 10 2 15 14 22 4 8 016 247 626 624 381 726 822 213 873 424

5 536 754 9 602 2 536 9 801 4 7 1 6 6 26 6 13 3 3 11 8 19 15 1 35 5 5 7 11 6 10 2 2 78 9 1 4 4 1 2 12 11 2 2 3 8 2 3 4 3 10 3 5 3 8 7 23 5 722 115 521 014 712 336 844 255 140 195 455 387 112 590 467 924 973 898 738 565 638 437 150 163 995 519 109 740 428 583 721 266 116 938 930 132 974 055 222 002 600 208 785 368 711 530 466 643 412 234 330

14 319 698 1 489 1 080 4 127 774 2 088 565 1 574 127 587 1 030 567 1 709 1 452 333 950 1 480 4 243 710 649 2 068 4 129 480 1 202 604 7 1 8 3 489 454 307 211 450

2 365 1 599 3 723 434 372 063

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Table 15.
[Thousand dollars]

Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 18 28 89 11 8 117 16 17 11 44 16 174 70 8 21 411 225 234 003 050 786 120 491 700 595 579 077 658 135 318

State and county area

Total 115 264 319 64 65 597 79 129 84 299 116 748 361 98 127 1 138 374 636 984 893 712 239 854 653 641 368 887 156 945 567 153 178

Retirement and disability 51 67 156 33 27 295 36 71 41 132 63 326 187 22 58 651 090 175 214 608 126 627 916 742 424 249 143 722 599 649 312

Other direct payments 35 67 56 13 12 132 21 30 17 70 25 126 92 43 27 937 568 560 795 634 598 675 725 770 413 102 518 374 363 475 514 345

Grants 25 91 96 11 22 82 14 22 21 81 22 163 64 29 30 200 438 041 566 978 519 048 306 668 885 562 177 602 925 335 043 508

Procurement 581 15 759 1 713 2 098 331 19 262 682 913 754 1 917 2 911 49 826 3 581 822 1 491 12 40 253 979 2 862 128 810 2 427 26 540 1 795 –9 542 1 28 237 3 58 61 123 512 37 4 26 14 234 25 51 5 6 16 17 4 189 20 106 3 160 43 19 351 2 347 27 097 164 480 050 464 965 357 340 384 041 872 641 112 903 857 502 529 936 063 257 005 860 751 662 372 379 999 317 050 265

Salaries and wages 2 23 8 3 2 68 6 3 2 13 3 82 13 2 9 136 186 736 969 656 127 514 385 847 361 032 211 353 336 455 –

Arkansas Con. Randolph County St. Francis County Saline County Scott County Searcy County Sebastian County Sevier County Sharp County Stone County Union County Van Buren County Washington County White County Woodruff County Yell County State undistributed California Alameda County Alpine County Amador County Butte County Calaveras County Colusa County Contra Costa County Del Norte County El Dorado County Fresno County Glenn County Humboldt County Imperial County Inyo County Kern County Kings County Lake County Lassen County Los Angeles County Madera County Marin County Mariposa County Mendocino County Merced County Modoc County Mono County Monterey County Napa County Nevada County Orange County Placer County Plumas County Riverside County Sacramento County San Benito County San Bernardino County San Diego County San Francisco City/County San Joaquin County San Luis Obispo County San Mateo County Santa Barbara County Santa Clara County Santa Cruz County Shasta County Sierra County Siskiyou County Solano County Sonoma County Stanislaus County Sutter County Tehama County Trinity County Tulare County Tuolumne County Ventura County Yolo County Yuba County State undistributed Colorado Adams County Alamosa County Arapahoe County Archuleta County Baca County Bent County Boulder County Broomfield County Chaffee County Cheyenne County See footnotes at end of table.

01 01 02 04 01 03 04 01 01 04 02 03 02 01 02

09 10 11 13 03 03 02 04 03 02 07 10 11 01 04 18 19 20 21 02 01 51 25 20 22 20 01 04
2

35 893 799 1 455 235 1 190 37 837 212 968 45 939 20 1 009 28 172 866 27 128 152 18 734 142 64 34 9 937 138 246 18 88 237 9 12 414 132 97 2 987 339 144 351 889 772 488 529 448 244 846 561 446 661 739 951 045 003 551 005 599 766 629 339 660 591

232 387 168 10 765 668 9 275 208 393 1 266 868 244 957 139 4 802 167 700 4 195 183 825 867 255 4 154 843 433 209 59 186 580 1 269 125 558 975 95 54 2 312 749 589 13 834 489 707 153 617 380 647 692 689 646 367 231 221 883 337 665 972 219 358 328 575 727 392 863 139 698

64 077 698 2 510 221 5 054 115 526 567 592 136 366 42 1 909 77 370 1 435 56 319 249 54 1 330 213 198 74 14 173 247 576 54 225 399 28 14 795 330 269 4 614 603 613 198 687 369 081 022 992 545 019 910 051 012 548 604 754 448 352 425 502 744 326 229 280 550

51 492 139 1 692 043 1 323 52 477 362 246 60 048 78 1 041 34 179 835 66 185 168 30 806 130 134 34 12 256 139 289 23 122 224 16 7 384 217 114 2 901 447 811 553 129 204 764 929 822 802 255 217 903 491 854 497 122 904 721 940 877 011 949 806 675 178

54 534 048 2 809 764 1 684 32 372 278 075 39 841 24 931 46 80 1 167 42 202 266 29 783 153 86 43 14 859 151 278 16 185 290 17 11 389 163 78 2 284 153 240 097 390 536 293 283 417 138 173 474 027 085 308 734 842 383 689 902 525 610 079 778 639 497

22 029 304 891 511 403 5 591 32 416 6 906 3 377 7 42 519 14 60 121 17 722 307 9 32 3 661 15 73 24 17 43 15 17 553 17 19 874 56 17 433 644 8 383 878 825 361 807 544 102 118 777 878 758 599 181 724 974 751 954 660 998 415 358 177 298 883 100 323 217 740 508 966

19 06 19 01 18 04 25 17 01 04
2

04 04 41 44 45 49 03 04 05 10 17
2 2

307 004 21 359 1 871 950 1 352 445 56 243 1 921 131 2 931 714 744 230 649 868 254 566 699 401 1 685 250 177 3 44 412 468 498 86 60 13 401 56 216 851 188 633 816 490 891 970 450 355 760 075 671 502 962

1 283 463 177 865 7 515 035 16 413 753 172 960 8 25 7 2 1 3 2 11 1 1 288 892 606 799 210 491 963 900 081 145 770 781 654 182 834 778 912 349 694 209

785 105 67 244 3 552 118 3 513 533 70 526 2 6 1 1 975 508 516 149 587 106 907 391 718 167 762 481 858 668 290 590 871 366 218 649 367 788 862 660 902 256 178 083 408 674 237 289 490 017 581

217 639 33 724 1 911 610 1 457 897 35 577 1 726 475 3 275 640 1 311 537 619 832 298 002 719 442 1 422 271 246 5 76 281 543 497 128 76 20 416 77 747 189 98 11 748 5 294 308 19 294 4 28 009 133 890 047 704 984 485 192 868 562 441 572 020 563 113 030 965 115 512 717 100 526 723 074 108

181 017 39 680 1 266 250 8 450 765 30 625 1 684 027 4 018 650 2 609 875 743 722 241 671 779 509 2 284 341 231 5 68 383 410 545 89 77 20 571 47 607 415 127 2 007 5 643 286 31 224 10 11 11 558 1 13 8 898 701 013 882 745 482 223 239 189 218 488 371 313 466 117 416 285 346 347 498 235 371 378 145 604 452 318 776 399 232

08 12 11 18 22 23 12 14 23 24 11 14 15 16 14 17 02 04 02 03 07 10 01 06 18 19 02 02 02 21 19 23 24 01 02 02

776 971 5 852 523 1 002 059 92 791 29 839 296 814 4 849 25 39 1 12 347 101 113 3 10 5 33 8 570 101 13 1 5 747 239 3 650 2 1 475 20 2 8 217 805 110 993 646 904 177 583 142 986 309 581 001 106 284 670 628 064 405 033 902 698 874 295 525 346 055 235 247 479

1 126 190 6 237 061 1 166 793 193 118 54 155 313 326 788 36 76 2 35 540 154 82 11 14 10 62 21 892 791 478 104 825 804 022 129 111 948 666 300 905 789 900

1 382 870 2 555 406 550 10 154 1 020 988 879 209 150 46 609 177 1 477 286 157 21 8 917 536 26 1 051 29 12

26 765 346 778 2 572 509 2 197 529 2 119 363 442 329 103 1 693 332 271 612 101 585 316

797 699 184 364 64 631 4 601 389 15 522 11 4 5 278 42 16 2 403 857 088 812 615 121 610 917 901 936 030

4 146 728 1 158 041 589 504 13 778 672 30 060 329 1 603 376 89 600 2 475 281 48 249 54 841 45 1 940 23 85 77 127 242 169 625 032

744 355 164 984 193 896 – 4 457 232 8 253 2 2 406 902 717 815 717 024

02 07 03 01 06 07 03 04 04 02 04 02 05 04

20 075 487 035 – 50 058 4 385

10 221 196 679 489 14 802 31 215

2 034 223 154 668 5 119 24 720

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Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 9 8 3 5 3 29 556 1 237 46 22 554 47 48 4 223 398 603 486 841 774 835 788 963 299 488 574 425 503 883

State and county area

Total 48 59 35 25 24 173 6 196 12 286 81 54 5 477 287 147 17 46 98 3 60 10 3 237 39 94 26 201 1 177 118 48 136 696 6 66 217 191 132 164 12 40 44 38 98 940 30 78 53 35 2 17 27 40 74 52 686 73 1 564 065 157 312 707 074 179 711 935 869 440 215 888 352 347 400 042 221 992 191 847 026 538 844 030 990 982 844 267 608 385 066 836 395 033 775 491 579 865 364 859 016 815 923 338 612 826 067 699 695 838 640 906 188 549 950

Retirement and disability 13 18 13 10 14 88 1 244 5 183 29 34 1 584 126 71 5 20 19 2 24 3 862 4 16 10 82 459 45 11 45 338 2 22 60 94 50 61 8 28 11 15 26 431 11 28 23 11 1 5 8 26 55 12 290 20 153 588 029 826 614 151 686 453 836 730 201 547 193 030 233 290 557 735 675 366 742 063 586 185 299 712 179 474 039 743 494 714 575 896 100 181 055 175 723 875 974 113 954 857 500 142 171 276 740 358 726 070 273 704 946

Other direct payments 4 10 6 6 2 38 881 3 22 6 10 378 44 27 1 629 722 342 617 408 286 518 410 443 175 929 401 743 296 153

Grants 6 26 14 7 2 31 1 949 2 51 30 5 374 40 28 10 279 535 913 055 959 529 386 844 307 095 560 550 205 327 349

Procurement 21 533 1 075 232 267 3 103 3 333 1 106 194 380 12 880 6 734 975 1 699 316 14 560 3 730 289 1 564 48 316 112 232 1 428 1 092 205 263 581 942 10 717 131 349 1 579 310 1 015 58 289 2 31 9 1 156 203 540 316 730

Salaries and wages 2 472 2 237 795 943 991 11 880 1 014 926 849 16 404 8 707 2 1 441 61 16 550 074 650 965 377

Colorado Con. Clear Creek County Conejos County Costilla County Crowley County Custer County Delta County Denver City and County Dolores County Douglas County Eagle County Elbert County El Paso County Fremont County Garfield County Gilpin County Grand County Gunnison County Hinsdale County Huerfano County Jackson County Jefferson County Kiowa County Kit Carson County Lake County La Plata County Larimer County Las Animas County Lincoln County Logan County Mesa County Mineral County Moffat County Montezuma County Montrose County Morgan County Otero County Ouray County Park County Phillips County Pitkin County Prowers County Pueblo County Rio Blanco County Rio Grande County Routt County Saguache County San Juan County San Miguel County Sedgwick County Summit County Teller County Washington County Weld County Yuma County State undistributed Connecticut Fairfield County Hartford County Litchfield County Middlesex County New Haven County New London County Tolland County Windham County State undistributed Delaware Kent County New Castle County Sussex County State undistributed District of Columbia Florida Alachua County Baker County Bay County Bradford County Brevard County Broward County Calhoun County Charlotte County Citrus County Clay County Collier County Columbia County De Soto County Dixie County Duval County See footnotes at end of table.

02 03 03 04 03 03 01 03 06 02 06 05 05 03 02 02 03 03 03 03 02 06 07 04 04 05 03 04 03 04 04 03 03 03 03 03 04 03 04 03 05 04 03 04 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 04 02 05 04 02 04 04

13 253 14 166 810 7 755 1 454 526 1 7 7 46 268 15 5 20 127 13 24 36 28 19 4 16 4 14 14 150 6 12 21 351 444 723 717 468 872 353 746 909 253 932 468 795 674 129 605 139 833 576 700 062 171 071 414 012

7 607 6 899 451 15 618 1 094 334 25 60 4 37 184 25 21 39 124 12 78 34 46 38 2 3 22 3 34 203 6 15 8 484 522 747 807 507 543 827 906 723 987 355 980 834 415 199 252 134 987 357 942 543 797 989 065 557

10 524 15 689 468 18 667 3 321 311 8 14 6 47 247 42 12 46 102 2 20 30 32 26 55 1 4 6 11 33 228 7 27 7 444 694 290 896 417 562 458 858 120 347 828 835 833 835 968 454 652 461 304 841 545 535 587 321 200

6 058 7 760 226 1 000 1 638 636 150 996 2 640 3 200 24 050 154 3 1 4 72 8 15 19 7 817 802 720 710 018 233 105 613 571 778

2 101 153 1 200 2 411 1 610 458 29 790 903 760 7 603 623 115 475 256 2 277 2 283 744 18 702 1 419 47 9 508 964 2 523 731 3 169 848 43 583 60 198 275 582 3 406 358 11 978 17 687 – 265 162 88 14 275 741 137 397 –

7 502 586 3 042 1 570 5 591 2 47 3 6 6 496 580 490 335 753

7 029 575 7 116 2 539 24 950 21 4 219 9 3 503 903 875 189 162 845 677 656 257 779 604 291 602 246 295 694

9 485 306 1 619 12 716 2 865 8 28 167 36 1 269 186 970 296 836 302

12 456 349 7 754 4 968 6 045 5 8 165 11 294 5 555 969 1 952 127 184 1 566 250 120 132 251 1 241 303 696 181 59 743 440 818 516 655 683 715 220 325 924 813 028 870 457 331 092 843 420 258 571

2 120 126 2 575 1 014 3 293 2 2 44 3 1 601 258 434 30 26 375 702 683 100 073 – 990 064 953 133 753 329

03 04 05 01 02 05 01 05 01 02 03 02 03 04 05 02 02 02

30 303 984 6 729 172 8 930 719 864 931 798 644 5 457 687 5 098 528 557 1 338 5 1 2 1 253 235 654 039 324 527 123 394 788 147 094 271 258 525

7 809 446 1 809 722 2 092 042 433 486 356 464 1 932 317 691 793 248 857 244 233 533 2 085 410 1 094 580 478 030 883 493 72

5 827 902 1 167 941 1 281 657 230 404 170 305 1 307 646 316 122 143 1 086 1 167 123 559 219 264 512 959 554 924 621 568 375 797 882

266 466 146 667 114 343 830 138 519 172 364 752 396 216

433 836 23 459 19 464 – 493 234 215 43 682 913 456 313 –

00 00 00 98 03 06 04 02 06 15 24
2

553 523 17 397 223 24 157 27 519 1 754 13 157 130 164 296 61 34 14 821 161 090 019 949 622 387 893 185 134 465 394 678 889 892 294 338

37 629 655 121 933 502 1 473 737 103 407 1 599 092 146 356 5 905 222 8 767 78 1 074 886 722 1 332 385 165 92 6 457 967 082 857 871 022 323 315 436 298 599

1 882 456 48 049 478 56 595 62 2 054 3 580 32 654 568 533 820 177 73 44 2 064 721 797 601 599 851 549 118 074 914 359 362 625 332 098 892 939

2 669 812 32 432 257 22 196 33 716 3 235 20 326 259 107 324 75 61 19 974 424 784 279 858 363 758 307 469 435 174 567 747 115 454 332 783

4 204 862 19 609 482 19 157 31 261 913 24 52 41 47 109 73 26 26 855 519 520 723 014 738 996 174 080 555 897 055 623 247 505 617 559

13 346 641 11 447 52 1 290 1 2 400 152 409 155 605 794 352

15 525 884 10 394 202 3 359 16 471 549 1 20 13 23 42 56 3 1 1 816 686 227 651 016 611 568 916 177 957 747 669 958 758 326 180 719

02 13 14 16 05 03 06 14 25 04 13 02 03 04 06

489 453 282 19 995 3 694 10 369 34 369 2 863 1 054 276 745 598

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Table 15.
[Thousand dollars]

Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 298 69 10 46 16 11 13 14 27 38 150 93 1 101 19 124 47 14 7 260 514 243 37 7 19 296 291 137 2 363 78 63 181 38 989 219 1 243 407 928 524 72 152 226 138 355 391 60 37 19 14 478 27 859 005 123 107 024 131 816 184 987 163 370 127 261 011 114 692 502 482 788 295 867 330 406 093 385 322 956 600 284 157 460 988 926 544 230 799 537 389 511 473 816 276 477 449 705 681 291 673 670 179

State and county area

Total 2 777 386 70 280 66 31 98 77 132 143 1 094 688 7 095 140 900 381 86 26 1 770 2 866 4 612 229 36 127 1 556 1 774 935 15 597 556 365 2 766 228 6 587 714 7 403 562 264 484 166 816 149 062 470 177 781 871 484 092 456 035 231 992 096 598 389 863 981 371 970 621 507 675 387 691 717 738 026 668 294 842

Retirement and disability 1 171 289 31 106 40 17 48 33 52 61 670 379 2 552 63 501 139 34 11 1 165 1 657 613 115 15 51 873 1 094 534 4 040 205 190 886 108 1 966 417 3 595 684 752 317 656 467 598 395 292 172 554 509 295 037 422 507 015 406 986 290 251 644 281 030 082 580 557 438 550 243 736 222 432 510 773 928

Other direct payments 388 68 20 60 15 8 28 15 36 44 339 215 1 309 33 273 81 17 6 409 791 318 51 7 28 447 431 262 4 606 108 55 169 76 1 027 190 2 406 844 2 141 670 126 152 373 107 828 336 71 55 30 10 817 18 523 198 658 454 065 930 091 950 637 532 432 139 308 361 387 254 262 533 463 517 683 834 188 301 674 248 686 542 490 614 921 432 712 344 927 639 089 396 021 486 260 411 646 649 882 709 926 471 895 727

Grants 325 13 15 101 9 4 20 26 39 30 57 55 1 295 38 63 113 32 5 129 226 3 477 54 11 45 130 182 91 4 864 68 43 112 33 667 64 710 145 633 457 119 163 115 79 139 176 33 41 32 15 306 18 952 598 337 746 166 077 189 040 266 364 120 533 937 434 538 708 782 220 901 529 134 455 016 131 362 201 632 730 964 571 439 974 132 008 685 018 490 217 191 994 696 165 319 538 377 673 869 789 324 175

Procurement 327 5 1 3 662 802 003 662 432

Salaries and wages 563 8 2 7 1 741 915 168 647 686

Florida Con. Escambia County Flagler County Franklin County Gadsden County Gilchrist County Glades County Gulf County Hamilton County Hardee County Hendry County Hernando County Highlands County Hillsborough County Holmes County Indian River County Jackson County Jefferson County Lafayette County Lake County Lee County Leon County Levy County Liberty County Madison County Manatee County Marion County Martin County Miami Dade County Monroe County Nassau County Okaloosa County Okeechobee County Orange County Osceola County Palm Beach County Pasco County Pinellas County Polk County Putnam County St. John County St. Lucie County Santa Rosa County Sarasota County Seminole County Sumter County Suwannee County Taylor County Union County Volusia County Wakulla County Walton County Washington County State undistributed Georgia Appling County Atkinson County Bacon County Baker County Baldwin County Banks County Barrow County Bartow County Ben Hill County Berrien County Bibb County Bleckley County Brantley County Brooks County Bryan County Bulloch County Burke County Butts County Calhoun County Camden County Candler County Carroll County Catoosa County Charlton County Chatham County Chattahoochee County Chattooga County Cherokee County Clarke County Clay County Clayton County Clinch County Cobb County Coffee County Colquitt County See footnotes at end of table.

01 07 02 02 06 16 02 04 13 16 23 05 16 09 11 12 01 15 02 02 04 02 03 05 06 08 14 02 04 05 06 02 04 11 13 05 06 08 16 23
2

68 428 499 787 3 093 7 22 934 1 36 230 057 642 064 042

476 959 1 689 3 315 4 238 20 16 1 003 4 25 579 460 168 174 561

16 271 464 1 413 30 303 52 180 81 353 2 700 1 456 677 38 223 23 28 671 41 2 945 5 2 404 20 304 27 815 67 2 61 29 95 38 52 24 684 010 878 525 502 819 159 878 635 768 364 277 469 239 649 056 536 888 060 608

30 983 2 078 944 35 641 138 912 122 5 1 2 66 42 18 1 413 132 73 652 4 521 21 385 68 438 86 8 38 39 97 62 92 62 10 2 1 97 4 049 711 680 779 782 816 909 687 468 294 337 030 436 533 535 405 778 898 238 511 049 753 711 417 063 230 517 257 604 392

18 04 01 02 16 03 07 08 24 08 12 15 16 19 22 23 05 09 09 10 11 05 12 15 03 07 07 16 23 01 13 03 07 24 05 02 02 04 03 07 24 02 01 02 01

2 302 149 7 234 202 2 769 993 481 694 846 214 1 330 991 866 023 2 665 830 1 508 855 365 358 234 133 50 2 973 90 266 571 467 791 905

1 216 723 3 205 568 1 488 012 226 005 429 573 773 486 1 596 851 173 125 54 22 1 609 47 930 157 266 191 428 422 634 611 696 869

1 232 12 625 339 142 272 1 742 1 273 855 29 5 812 510 1 497 282 307 99 1 552 248 2 207 13 032 480 543 54 385 265 718 448 286 422 2 810 1 501 646 308 94 471 296 8 327 1 307 966 343 781 265 362 949 8 173 34 219 16 009 59 818 308 1 159 222 1 067 2 633

48 477 21 940 8 829 17 8 10 4 45 15 56 86 17 16 155 12 15 16 27 60 23 22 6 45 10 101 59 10 238 13 26 174 103 3 264 6 654 39 43 383 966 011 330 248 207 685 418 972 343 680 170 047 542 367 535 344 189 362 102 108 193 577 845 698 518 506 554 680 951 317 951 949 005 379 763

603 858 154 519 5 521 706 55 152 104 48 64 27 218 52 187 325 112 107 1 217 84 71 107 396 235 146 109 51 523 61 415 172 56 1 997 284 136 390 653 44 880 43 2 979 190 265 911 925 624 571 932 780 837 365 735 199 206 538 426 025 374 888 811 429 039 102 326 938 351 851 070 135 686 574 846 173 004 481 788 573 495 990

126 598 64 874 16 440 17 747 37 14 23 5 97 25 94 165 45 48 473 40 36 35 63 94 55 52 15 99 22 203 96 24 619 10 65 226 179 8 426 15 1 024 76 102 906 833 256 944 969 777 658 141 626 118 715 557 624 562 854 028 018 104 567 185 606 163 074 667 632 505 379 741 738 309 474 512 730 498 588 021

41 771 38 812 4 780 924 11 509 29 15 21 11 58 10 43 58 30 32 290 24 17 31 20 71 35 22 16 23 19 106 39 14 366 3 34 69 95 7 178 13 366 53 70 304 231 148 062 696 861 666 054 532 907 424 692 444 173 486 359 335 914 655 708 885 866 721 222 528 933 148 125 190 519 207 324 354 557 430 236

77 113 45 081 724 315 11 758 33 17 18 9 54 15 35 76 33 23 298 17 14 37 17 58 48 28 17 27 18 77 30 13 345 5 33 67 234 10 135 13 206 52 84 731 080 829 009 791 649 302 396 819 605 333 315 816 876 691 606 844 990 519 858 732 387 246 803 506 546 419 005 896 034 240 445 264 606 851 925

357 103 4 897 – 8 324 3 1 1 460 283 109 248 377 5 940 963 567 725 088 190 588 277 697 895 471 803 920 652 044 632 227 983 852 437 369 377 754 849 092 075 382 131 691 559 175

01 01 01 02 03 09 09 07 11 01 01 03 08 03 01 02 01 12 12 12 08 13 02 01 03 08 11 10 01 01 12 02 11 06 07 12 02 05 13 01 05 06 11 01 01 02

12 11 2 2 100 1 1 1 9 8 4 4 1 277 1 19 4 2 321 2 18 110 2 80 1 222 6 6

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Table 15.
[Thousand dollars]

Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 100 16 105 12 22 15 19 28 675 19 11 95 107 12 4 44 20 22 11 21 101 94 131 21 814 26 2 71 49 24 15 700 38 160 9 28 26 23 11 159 123 9 49 12 12 16 8 9 26 16 7 46 29 61 8 10 95 23 21 11 13 27 7 22 6 23 23 8 17 40 182 81 28 13 105 24 27 16 15 40 9 19 2 16 7 196 76 4 15 9 589 255 376 888 028 992 064 615 725 501 604 681 217 091 101 661 908 093 248 613 333 009 865 453 438 755 631 357 077 280 652 794 978 925 811 069 788 369 290 506 753 936 540 866 820 883 680 586 235 410 463 708 913 748 398 928 787 925 517 138 935 312 112 750 165 838 428 970 012 556 850 524 940 557 936 665 771 720 750 267 837 746 467 011 331 265 821 041 336 268

State and county area

Total 502 146 353 42 156 73 61 176 2 909 125 87 791 325 95 10 132 143 165 63 138 383 473 262 128 9 503 125 19 674 187 119 99 1 560 170 614 82 131 107 131 43 501 1 988 97 198 50 72 141 65 61 86 84 40 340 73 1 016 49 32 718 92 126 65 94 124 39 130 47 148 92 52 81 118 2 072 275 88 46 187 188 109 95 83 239 73 98 21 104 66 1 949 224 23 97 68 941 511 832 972 320 370 256 757 879 656 291 111 987 300 344 055 217 309 437 157 401 578 353 205 751 705 879 752 657 322 830 186 576 986 148 757 613 059 868 771 543 998 512 816 217 453 563 084 227 716 423 226 158 092 861 605 425 443 106 591 410 943 701 160 797 184 133 229 619 188 344 824 721 729 299 034 727 147 740 604 535 513 252 433 421 187 978 695 557 557

Retirement and disability 194 37 192 18 52 37 34 62 826 48 25 267 177 29 3 76 57 55 26 72 241 228 137 62 1 833 67 8 211 97 51 46 668 88 277 31 66 65 53 20 265 430 19 101 24 32 45 19 21 41 39 15 128 39 131 23 16 223 41 54 31 28 61 13 54 14 49 45 18 38 62 624 152 50 19 104 80 65 48 33 113 29 53 7 45 20 687 136 7 35 27 309 363 960 981 256 477 476 696 965 536 954 841 345 084 406 521 939 164 688 903 013 962 449 452 161 990 156 214 561 433 167 337 835 153 970 109 481 923 128 458 117 349 644 837 249 801 972 966 582 897 459 369 553 522 530 421 930 830 630 353 652 561 467 283 669 550 037 586 575 640 521 151 189 285 727 176 435 083 403 924 868 029 715 386 002 932 690 800 755 020

Other direct payments 44 24 77 10 42 17 12 50 604 33 28 149 71 30 2 25 32 39 15 32 47 120 39 31 1 102 27 4 108 42 31 20 196 40 118 20 32 16 27 10 69 92 19 41 10 20 32 18 16 18 22 11 60 17 32 13 6 108 16 29 16 26 27 7 28 18 42 19 13 19 26 233 63 16 10 33 36 22 22 13 56 20 21 5 23 18 263 50 5 27 21 132 817 597 979 201 085 391 961 896 448 817 905 605 075 337 430 717 881 113 872 443 503 788 556 230 889 944 230 735 753 342 550 602 742 084 794 264 022 790 962 944 847 295 781 207 958 015 265 098 280 836 601 415 834 004 331 010 811 814 279 893 248 827 418 901 161 027 821 214 385 923 215 606 470 965 977 196 864 124 531 446 458 079 258 911 339 062 364 381 348

Grants 43 81 65 12 56 17 11 49 463 40 29 174 61 32 4 24 37 58 17 27 36 98 68 29 3 404 24 5 77 31 32 25 222 31 122 28 28 21 31 11 53 81 18 45 13 17 59 25 21 22 19 12 78 13 50 12 8 107 17 34 15 36 31 16 43 12 51 23 18 20 21 237 46 14 15 33 52 17 20 14 49 21 19 7 31 26 360 26 9 31 18 631 964 724 138 992 005 013 919 396 625 426 244 994 296 442 404 935 793 737 949 046 454 596 705 943 507 986 255 515 941 496 341 568 562 903 063 911 158 651 353 692 466 828 374 484 723 844 548 782 788 039 856 497 901 028 179 737 794 712 597 114 095 525 581 900 739 924 164 756 052 417 671 938 273 291 023 442 348 190 874 623 797 744 141 045 341 916 790 569 857

Procurement 179 941 480 4 244 182 1 270 421 738 7 685 121 909 651 619 67 073 3 149 1 491 33 1 3 1 1 1 9 9 4 1 1 597 118 856 408 765 002 630 076 010 209 758

Salaries and wages 40 928 1 887 13 307 691 3 601 1 2 5 892 2 2 132 11 2 4 10 10 2 3 49 16 12 3 1 565 382 637 497 712 398 474 048 894 354 126 582 770 063 134 430 269 583 511 283 658

Georgia Con. Columbia County Cook County Coweta County Crawford County Crisp County Dade County Dawson County Decatur County De Kalb County Dodge County Dooly County Dougherty County Douglas County Early County Echols County Effingham County Elbert County Emanuel County Evans County Fannin County Fayette County Floyd County Forsyth County Franklin County Fulton County Gilmer County Glascock County Glynn County Gordon County Grady County Greene County Gwinnett County Habersham County Hall County Hancock County Haralson County Harris County Hart County Heard County Henry County Houston County Irwin County Jackson County Jasper County Jeff Davis County Jefferson County Jenkins County Johnson County Jones County Lamar County Lanier County Laurens County Lee County Liberty County Lincoln County Long County Lowndes County Lumpkin County McDuffie County McIntosh County Macon County Madison County Marion County Meriwether County Miller County Mitchell County Monroe County Montgomery County Morgan County Murray County Muscogee County Newton County Oconee County Oglethorpe County Paulding County Peach County Pickens County Pierce County Pike County Polk County Pulaski County Putnam County Quitman County Rabun County Randolph County Richmond County Rockdale County Schley County Screven County Seminole County See footnotes at end of table.

09 01 08 11 03 02 10 10 02 04 05 03 03 02 08 11 02 01 12 09 03 03 10 08 11 07 10 09 05 06 13 10 12 01 10 02 09 04 07 10 13 09 10 03 11 08 11 09 11 08 13 01 03 01 09 08 01 12 12 03 03 08 01 03 02 01 09 01 01 02 09 09 01 03 09 03 11 02 02 03 03 09 10 02 08 11 08 09 13 09 09 12 07 03 10 01 08 11 01 03 09 02 09 02 09 12 10 13 03 12 02

914 166 139 043 3 541 839 822 276 029 2 354 64 833 248 1 327 713 12 819 274 8 615 495 157 32 685 2 094 348 464 597 463 316 1 779 510 216 24 969 556 58 891 398 1 091 80 269 2 518 632 875 820 1 884 149 774 215 1 001 635 331 674 3 313 19 969 2 842 1 211 633 7 036 12 663 1 014 1 374 618 13 726 311 808 149 1 163 296 56 035 2 132 244 563 265

4 405 628 139 012 12 306 2 356 7 196 7 31 3 3 6 1 104 888 7 7 1 1 003 929 216 696 943 464 243 136 024 382 633 651 651 476 813

2 374 1 269 989 1 986 2 241 874 47 431 2 137 741 943 900 198 13 6 1 1 3 1 3 1 3 3 1 2 4 956 10 5 1 8 6 3 2 22 5 584 479 490 319 488 931 156 733 104 112 733 510 326 400 797 514 945 777 068 279 195 640 477 405 548

1 287 3 420 566 3 485 1 167 581 540 9 179 497 2 289 1 066

36

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Table 15.
[Thousand dollars]

Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 60 24 4 32 6 1 22 8 12 10 43 40 26 10 7 61 9 10 19 28 63 71 35 6 21 28 2 6 23 89 8 10 10 22 886 988 981 873 587 896 994 985 913 950 989 178 775 133 045 201 400 449 607 105 379 941 615 254 061 198 326 588 595 461 691 583 191 008

State and county area

Total 319 160 47 204 45 19 130 63 104 83 285 215 168 69 42 342 67 57 116 154 339 265 280 49 136 191 15 38 101 351 62 80 65 115 3 320 12 187 896 9 732 1 367 610 579 791 924 518 991 904 733 671 082 779 669 144 191 613 610 605 322 984 116 669 645 599 612 649 210 515 695 668 404 962 364 833 750 060 010 710 069 323 078 040 005 777 846

Retirement and disability 141 76 14 69 23 5 54 26 41 24 122 84 65 41 15 146 22 24 68 72 172 142 121 15 47 67 4 12 61 168 23 32 29 41 1 726 926 318 242 488 522 563 826 526 885 410 615 878 893 111 290 019 625 952 300 186 618 533 975 673 019 765 139 002 577 053 410 836 846 042

Other direct payments 74 41 12 54 7 4 33 14 26 24 68 55 40 14 9 75 21 12 23 37 95 57 66 12 35 41 5 9 18 83 18 20 15 35 2 775 598 272 580 899 985 513 355 501 233 579 715 126 354 007 261 725 414 737 002 793 193 883 444 728 233 357 575 839 258 537 693 916 478 542 861

Grants 88 36 19 70 12 9 39 20 34 29 79 61 53 10 16 96 22 16 19 40 62 47 80 19 50 39 4 15 18 79 19 25 17 34 543 614 259 667 594 989 142 273 067 092 072 987 638 208 854 684 038 567 627 420 445 150 809 904 172 396 025 600 579 976 130 498 126 840 692 778

Procurement 5 516 1 307 199 1 893 298 116 742 494 890 1 120 2 041 1 549 989 1 203 748 10 818 331 2 437 1 253 782 2 352 3 202 2 355 330 613 21 755 116 166 785 8 763 350 431 398 547 29 2 066 038 69 207 1 847 186 185 66 877 82 583 – 1 373 103 4 12 203 677 980 371 364 801 032 197 449 700 907

Salaries and wages 9 337 5 160 754 8 363 1 144 2 1 2 4 11 12 8 1 440 738 194 038 014 991 263 185 653 801

Georgia Con. Spalding County Stephens County Stewart County Sumter County Talbot County Taliaferro County Tattnall County Taylor County Telfair County Terrell County Thomas County Tift County Toombs County Towns County Treutlen County Troup County Turner County Twiggs County Union County Upson County Walker County Walton County Ware County Warren County Washington County Wayne County Webster County Wheeler County White County Whitfield County Wilcox County Wilkes County Wilkinson County Worth County State undistributed Hawaii Hawaii County Honolulu City and County Kalawao County Kauai County Maui County State undistributed Idaho Ada County Adams County Bannock County Bear Lake County Benewah County Bingham County Blaine County Boise County Bonner County Bonneville County Boundary County Butte County Camas County Canyon County Caribou County Cassia County Clark County Clearwater County Custer County Elmore County Franklin County Fremont County Gem County Gooding County Idaho County Jefferson County Jerome County Kootenai County Latah County Lemhi County Lewis County Lincoln County Madison County Minidoka County Nez Perce County Oneida County Owyhee County Payette County Power County Shoshone County See footnotes at end of table.

08 13 09 02 02 11 12 03 03 03 02 02 02 03 09 03 08 11 02 03 09 08 11 10 09 10 13 01 12 03 01 02 03 09 10 01 03 09 03 02

13 451 1 652 691 4 041 3 325 7 14 9 1 2 718 099 413 005 600

22 539 613 681 2 942 11 358 1 1 1 2 239 867 508 382 –

02 01 02 02 02 02

1 262 840 162 971 899 593 126 61 929 138 221 1 393 332 3 75 6 8 43 21 7 39 89 10 2 1 158 7 262 523 451 672 323 961 205 103 362 872 653 396 838 013 038 213

3 202 245 383 982 2 443 005 19 133 884 241 245 111 3 052 675 13 171 17 28 79 28 15 106 180 28 8 2 286 16 42 1 28 11 75 22 25 44 32 44 36 35 321 63 26 20 8 29 41 113 10 20 47 12 49 909 208 415 232 141 733 464 508 582 511 114 722 061 199 609 314 987 849 978 770 499 728 967 316 967 820 539 833 394 680 829 488 069 172 437 362 362 153 519 483 015

1 606 602 158 917 861 547 824 58 881 103 099 423 335 1 649 199 3 84 7 19 42 9 3 30 74 8 5 1 106 13 32 2 10 5 15 10 17 15 15 20 19 19 93 40 11 10 5 32 26 56 9 10 20 19 23 444 408 315 051 478 363 991 656 579 641 860 367 126 147 803 725 089 300 848 119 524 564 606 039 982 646 735 207 689 728 315 503 220 101 615 607 225 897 402 943 175

2 158 313 223 319 1 570 348 12 69 565 138 668 156 401 1 994 572 4 107 8 20 50 8 22 34 109 14 7 1 155 5 706 850 842 475 873 353 914 758 351 131 494 057 360 809 994 416

3 153 871 60 898 3 009 992 – 37 798 45 183 – 897 308 3 35 2 3 13 6 5 9 53 942 213 601 187 490 519 584 548 044 971 090

01 02 01 02 02 01 02 02 01 01 02 01 02 02 01 02 02 02 01 02 02 02 02 01 02 01 02 02 01 01 02 01 02 02 02 01 02 01 01 02 01

8 968 204 1 859 355 30 153 410 316 36 345 72 768 192 57 52 186 1 290 61 28 6 637 38 108 7 71 29 399 65 61 82 75 106 77 79 678 239 63 50 21 85 96 277 23 44 99 41 104 985 667 005 955 465 058 786 462 551 985 284 668 499 216 965 916 611 263 473 331 225 793 017 881 753 630 453 857 174 356 856 384 013 899 511

6 4 5 5 872

2 105 382 440 64 963 1 136 1 605 560 5 034 3 311 91 663 732 2 343 1 120 872 4 879 2 1 103 26 4 878 446 346 014 187

7 807 7 857 867 23 181 2 394 10 2 11 5 198 2 5 5 4 16 3 3 37 15 12 2 4 3 4 13 1 1 3 1 4 473 059 786 928 306 605 040 711 088 588 121 899 185 346 752 163 584 991 286 379 030 602 129 524 169

21 393 906 8 393 4 114 28 878 12 12 15 14 15 20 19 122 35 7 3 4 30 19 37 4 10 21 7 12 199 263 963 346 616 782 279 350 169 820 753 326 782 229 823 143 998 587 483 827

21 130 901 14 854 3 087 18 972 29 10 16 21 19 14 19 122 94 8 17 2 18 20 84 2 10 26 7 18 287 655 076 564 398 952 409 403 113 671 193 942 848 304 589 714 903 523 214 413

283 639 1 745 3 532 9 420 526 829 1 441 735 9 739

Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004
U.S. Census Bureau

37

Table 15.
[Thousand dollars]

Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 7 67 7 10 12 713 66 9 17 48 6 35 5 16 13 184 35 16 14 36 51 5 327 20 11 95 16 19 928 19 6 34 21 14 39 37 6 14 41 8 19 4 8 50 30 58 10 40 22 22 12 472 107 72 53 692 112 15 35 39 30 32 296 158 110 49 264 40 13 15 15 12 16 30 30 36 14 53 182 22 16 17 4 6 6 33 15 147 259 26 192 7 253 935 970 059 634 916 191 980 490 805 155 190 339 816 369 322 906 186 065 528 777 059 066 503 597 942 718 276 758 575 649 270 464 633 178 532 069 400 405 725 046 552 666 271 018 389 320 594 997 482 188 548 884 895 335 994 742 041 738 393 389 006 980 067 350 567 198 941 283 703 973 491 392 053 403 686 418 733 483 086 311 987 111 360 859 771 132 245 042 002

State and county area

Total 25 334 63 59 530 76 828 390 88 106 138 32 188 83 105 78 975 223 96 89 161 233 32 974 104 54 330 86 81 3 324 115 36 171 113 81 271 223 63 93 150 61 148 36 49 248 179 301 51 223 94 114 79 1 781 554 168 311 3 845 546 96 184 190 151 170 750 552 709 270 1 628 292 66 98 97 59 86 116 178 191 78 216 1 248 115 81 105 33 91 31 172 97 811 823 997 065 623 360 489 116 875 220 466 798 490 115 997 121 845 119 701 081 170 429 922 813 249 079 523 961 358 717 013 706 547 007 417 556 473 104 275 465 278 027 075 566 792 797 819 564 751 634 967 221 585 440 324 472 915 792 499 754 500 571 697 573 495 318 859 781 989 469 954 455 521 512 343 502 410 265 080 334 492 121 854 762 110 697

Retirement and disability 8 154 33 29 25 596 173 29 41 81 12 94 15 54 35 298 94 44 37 88 105 9 935 54 24 148 44 40 1 559 52 17 78 50 39 130 101 20 41 84 23 56 13 20 130 86 111 22 97 50 64 34 684 248 82 159 1 125 287 44 90 87 70 62 455 254 305 141 738 134 34 47 43 29 42 68 84 90 41 110 454 59 43 46 12 18 17 85 44 414 784 83 671 18 514 957 800 496 116 955 422 065 241 103 613 050 080 180 001 677 932 805 737 405 022 576 682 603 902 524 820 702 077 258 713 607 953 763 919 219 766 181 394 084 856 455 531 300 353 544 827 195 218 609 427 139 152 955 674 998 790 128 711 269 350 171 218 854 818 378 224 042 214 576 295 086 452 425 602 937 567 205 465 244 879 349 928 218 122 775 433 312 759 929 249

Other direct payments 6 75 9 12 390 21 110 99 23 29 35 10 65 10 32 24 163 69 32 32 47 75 8 141 32 17 102 29 27 719 38 13 43 36 29 74 84 22 30 48 25 37 10 19 79 72 85 18 72 27 35 16 325 164 29 97 611 160 33 59 75 55 52 171 144 162 88 373 96 23 36 29 19 33 28 54 56 24 64 248 36 28 37 8 18 9 51 31 198 390 50 256 14 744 347 107 099 557 712 088 211 307 910 115 749 296 532 365 718 312 823 099 051 841 218 844 829 428 089 996 650 174 505 102 857 667 907 934 118 686 090 765 318 110 616 854 294 335 883 155 591 142 696 090 834 871 978 980 347 110 619 880 633 333 215 101 507 901 563 643 813 184 244 588 043 238 469 440 798 088 544 811 483 928 463 272 929 624 737 068 501 283 387 166

Grants 7 74 7 14 139 16 531 71 33 12 14 6 16 6 8 10 380 52 14 15 16 40 8 346 12 10 58 8 7 405 15 4 34 21 7 44 25 11 16 8 9 48 10 6 18 12 73 7 40 13 9 23 203 106 15 38 326 58 14 27 17 17 26 63 92 133 27 278 47 5 10 18 8 6 11 27 35 8 28 251 14 5 15 4 26 2 20 14 133 468 40 2 021 10 688 745 775 798 908 175 585 549 232 535 136 805 023 466 967 196 726 273 956 054 696 084 367 093 563 217 112 998 241 283 576 267 925 522 981 529 690 909 618 580 966 324 445 121 713 185 606 290 572 906 506 991 839 014 023 799 910 868 332 042 832 624 871 194 386 831 058 695 870 672 279 525 313 682 970 071 017 364 831 434 163 665 356 708 098 966 184 408 757 956 281

Procurement 421 5 904 2 031 424 42 6 582 810 25 802 475 4 868 1 533 1 660 1 50 5 4 51 960 250 260 333 745

Salaries and wages 2 23 11 2 7 006 20 1 19 5 1 10 1 4 4 80 5 3 3 6 8 3 035 3 1 16 3 3 368 8 1 11 3 3 12 7 1 3 6 2 5 1 2 14 7 18 2 11 2 4 3 175 28 38 12 1 206 33 3 5 7 7 6 37 47 27 8 42 11 2 3 2 2 3 4 7 6 2 8 149 3 3 4 3 3 1 9 3 241 567 7 141 1 444 871 283 247 – 708 592 816 227 138 943 234 841 677 332 784 464 359 180 276 509 477 740 824 826 411 744 953 887 320 534 923 207 646 810 682 487 986 040 256 054 151 712 112 296 522 415 793 623 675 050 673 723 175 185 890 450 657 756 251 789 276 516 654 562 551 462 613 739 488 291 662 569 296 378 963 937 342 172 259 000 845 285 510 772 608 992 497 492 888 620

Idaho Con. Teton County Twin Falls County Valley County Washington County State undistributed Illinois Adams County Alexander County Bond County Boone County Brown County Bureau County Calhoun County Carroll County Cass County Champaign County Christian County Clark County Clay County Clinton County Coles County Cook County Crawford County Cumberland County De Kalb County De Witt County Douglas County Du Page County Edgar County Edwards County Effingham County Fayette County Ford County Franklin County Fulton County Gallatin County Greene County Grundy County Hamilton County Hancock County Hardin County Henderson County Henry County Iroquois County Jackson County Jasper County Jefferson County Jersey County Jo Daviess County Johnson County Kane County Kankakee County Kendall County Knox County Lake County La Salle County Lawrence County Lee County Livingston County Logan County McDonough County McHenry County McLean County Macon County Macoupin County Madison County Marion County Marshall County Mason County Massac County Menard County Mercer County Monroe County Montgomery County Morgan County Moultrie County Ogle County Peoria County Perry County Piatt County Pike County Pope County Pulaski County Putnam County Randolph County Richland County Rock Island County St. Clair County Saline County Sangamon County Schuyler County See footnotes at end of table.

02 02 01 01

17 18 12 19 16 18 11 14 18 17 16 18 15 17 19 15 19 19 15
2

1 411 858 729 3 294 3 102 3 516 075 1 289 464 3 531 838 1 851 270 659 979 351 3 088 1 051 795 8 168 2 773 8 008 845 1 937 458 1 226 291 481 4 533 1 739 13 095 663 1 815 696 1 196 747 393 894 5 2 3 575 5 1 1 1 22 23 13 80 3 194 582 001 318 461 439 654 520 819 560 196 285 991 363 828 994

15 15 14 16 15 15 06 13 14 15 15 19 19 17 19 15 12 17 15 19 17 19 11 19 17 19 17 14 17 15 12 19 19 17 19 16 19 14 11 14 17 18 08 10 11 15 19 14 11 15 18 17 08 16 11 15 15 17 18 17 12 17 19 19 18 18 19 18 17 12 17 19 18 15 16 18 12 15 17 18 19 12 18 12 19 17 12 15 19 17 18 19 18

3 472 618 982 3 488 500 1 3 4 1 139 949 640 954 734

4 802 144 810 801 913 1 522 3 798 25 014 396 5 494 2 611 89 521 32 33 686 057 375 048 410

1 077 362 2 731 776 214 666 3 125 207 44 725

38

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U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.
[Thousand dollars]

Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 5 22 6 48 129 18 82 12 17 15 16 15 60 613 63 430 437 145 147 132 191 786 606 796 124 903 239 031 849 094

State and county area

Total 35 131 41 269 591 113 547 64 102 84 112 127 328 1 452 534 344 274 226 330 610 651 727 522 225 823 815 726 930 389 942

Retirement and disability 13 59 16 129 305 50 249 32 44 38 45 51 190 842 174 093 760 764 205 436 154 273 788 999 443 806 249 769 289 818

Other direct payments 10 44 18 69 155 29 132 20 35 33 44 38 88 338 90 518 317 249 795 441 058 405 735 757 018 568 426 765 634 011

Grants 10 14 3 51 86 30 83 8 16 8 16 22 35 173 68 189 679 971 275 988 209 060 696 186 971 874 979 174 491 025

Procurement 414 7 092 483 3 125 13 005 745 15 217 480 1 001 855 1 11 2 31 127 147 528 450 051 882

Salaries and wages 1 5 1 15 30 3 67 1 4 3 4 3 11 66 74 130 425 759 929 739 485 771 822 283 537 419 544 772 923 206

Illinois Con. Scott County Shelby County Stark County Stephenson County Tazewell County Union County Vermilion County Wabash County Warren County Washington County Wayne County White County Whiteside County Will County Williamson County Winnebago County Woodford County State undistributed Indiana Adams County Allen County Bartholomew County Benton County Blackford County Boone County Brown County Carroll County Cass County Clark County Clay County Clinton County Crawford County Daviess County Dearborn County Decatur County De Kalb County Delaware County Dubois County Elkhart County Fayette County Floyd County Fountain County Franklin County Fulton County Gibson County Grant County Greene County Hamilton County Hancock County Harrison County Hendricks County Henry County Howard County Huntington County Jackson County Jasper County Jay County Jefferson County Jennings County Johnson County Knox County Kosciusko County Lagrange County Lake County La Porte County Lawrence County Madison County Marion County Marshall County Martin County Miami County Monroe County Montgomery County Morgan County Newton County Noble County Ohio County Orange County Owen County Parke County Perry County Pike County Porter County Posey County Pulaski County Putnam County Randolph County Ripley County Rush County See footnotes at end of table.

18 17 19 18 16 18 12 15 15 19 17 19 19 15 19 14 16 17 02 11 13 12 19 16 11 18

286 788 36 967 6 237 33 342 72 9 13 50 15 20 40 100 27 34 11 30 48 24 41 117 40 191 24 71 17 22 20 33 71 33 231 60 36 123 47 84 38 41 31 21 32 28 125 38 75 36 490 109 46 130 863 46 10 35 121 37 69 14 47 5 19 23 17 18 12 154 26 13 36 26 27 18 569 815 168 987 139 841 847 228 331 417 706 210 148 167 245 583 970 524 774 771 768 934 543 671 852 581 286 543 500 760 915 376 476 809 615 124 959 624 654 110 401 864 442 667 515 844 755 398 602 596 732 467 955 013 937 424 421 297 849 718 074 254 999 938 961 990 825 786 697 549 028

1 322 407 140 739 5 400 792 37 918 137 2 104 386 56 70 167 41 80 221 562 158 152 69 164 184 115 144 615 207 619 145 360 104 81 91 174 457 238 468 213 151 340 259 446 163 188 140 115 173 117 452 257 261 93 2 777 532 251 747 7 512 177 347 220 633 178 266 63 158 23 107 86 90 106 79 603 121 71 147 150 160 91 452 352 097 122 912 408 352 861 432 859 936 091 865 488 485 757 087 438 731 339 903 953 456 900 687 169 778 864 296 672 523 727 373 782 071 258 800 307 563 691 085 480 126 145 520 048 312 699 552 682 374 266 675 254 766 098 718 444 548 529 596 223 866 602 239 820 165 958 736 180 174

619 658 68 446 723 14 018 63 675 166 23 37 91 24 39 99 255 75 76 30 75 101 57 84 284 85 345 70 173 54 41 50 81 210 99 297 134 84 207 130 226 94 97 73 54 81 59 256 107 151 54 1 221 277 128 382 1 985 95 33 96 211 88 137 28 86 12 49 46 43 44 34 349 55 35 75 72 66 40 979 187 954 862 834 882 027 437 336 424 782 956 529 086 712 280 123 076 818 976 024 395 531 047 149 335 958 516 224 342 931 669 337 030 774 788 856 383 623 132 950 032 174 128 552 696 476 183 834 452 761 731 773 957 433 953 683 201 437 159 311 138 842 691 100 583 751 821 202 696 315

281 345 43 463 4 436 232 10 003 38 315 74 21 19 49 8 26 55 123 40 45 14 47 42 32 37 154 42 137 38 89 31 20 28 52 108 43 83 48 34 70 68 112 40 47 45 34 43 29 93 80 62 23 752 143 57 193 1 276 43 14 44 100 51 62 23 41 5 26 19 24 23 22 134 36 24 37 42 37 29 603 697 004 589 705 080 553 239 058 896 003 706 915 367 830 841 287 950 443 275 003 218 584 225 091 081 934 456 553 338 491 879 397 954 167 638 924 972 461 219 392 445 081 717 426 811 521 470 929 347 558 370 695 646 006 570 829 425 701 277 382 569 631 562 734 459 437 853 905 850 106

212 541 22 693 963 898 7 436 30 271 75 8 9 16 7 9 39 101 31 24 21 33 32 21 15 140 19 102 33 76 14 16 9 33 79 34 51 19 23 39 49 79 19 32 12 21 36 22 49 53 26 10 629 86 47 134 2 096 20 12 27 272 29 51 8 23 4 25 15 16 27 13 80 25 7 28 27 34 17 310 008 784 153 654 592 882 777 336 646 300 470 441 804 642 938 015 909 883 939 569 287 695 857 768 078 687 958 952 973 413 658 826 236 390 146 481 060 914 726 846 032 754 013 590 848 057 672 539 071 435 667 434 181 797 513 043 989 212 210 553 648 715 411 746 001 643 177 593 167 902

139 966 1 386 –60 4 002 1 684 33 129 349 344 314 517 481

68 896 4 751 – 2 457 4 157 36 2 3 8 1 4 7 66 8 4 2 6 6 3 5 28 11 18 3 16 3 2 2 4 48 8 26 8 7 14 9 22 6 8 5 3 9 3 18 11 15 3 112 15 10 20 928 6 178 35 29 7 10 431 112 012 205 202 373 338 120 856 211 156 713 806 194 329 118 773 157 479 461 992 233 828 648 668 897 852 272 209 791 585 035 178 564 422 139 988 594 129 359 907 276 080 443 915 865 796 770 926 339 135 440 927 674 201 510

06 03 06 06 09 01 06 04 09 02 02 09 08 04 09 08 06 09 06 03 06 09 02 03 06 09 04 08 06 02 08 05 08 05 05 09 04 06 02 05 05 09 01 06 09 09 04 05 06 08 03 03 01 02 04 06 04 05 07 02 08 05 04 09 04 04 01 03 09 09 08 08 09 08 01 02 08 02 08 06 09 06

1 552 288 846 19 681 16 695 1 245 1 174 1 036 973 1 581 1 7 47 16 889 345 108 688 315

821 3 817 1 123 1 011 778 1 10 52 9 2 1 8 1 5 2 1 3 1 3 35 5 5 1 59 9 7 15 1 226 11 108 15 18 2 3 347 662 358 228 103 485 636 998 319 547 552 298 436 255 990 695 038 846 037 828 462 605 324 472 486 058 847 797 330 552

656 1 280 256 4 127 1 084 1 3 6 11 107 113 767 602 690

2 508 5 549 943 2 756 4 266 4 7 2 27 4 2 5 5 5 3 762 565 171 057 087 636 060 296 980 073

699 1 046 2 740 15 488 779

Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004
U.S. Census Bureau

39

Table 15.
[Thousand dollars]

Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 266 23 43 20 22 33 21 9 152 16 7 173 16 103 34 8 55 27 69 27 431 604 717 310 903 722 862 508 042 605 226 157 500 195 169 760 465 882 778 963

State and county area

Total 2 438 130 188 106 114 137 119 44 682 76 32 1 094 109 710 165 39 194 127 410 107 750 448 696 110 157 232 786 519 227 976 751 637 540 646 790 221 905 672 559 083

Retirement and disability 589 60 90 47 61 74 53 19 251 37 17 449 44 260 90 16 112 60 190 57 958 005 917 952 352 896 832 467 163 658 242 671 382 117 172 007 371 786 841 349

Other direct payments 322 33 51 27 27 37 39 10 122 25 9 248 23 170 40 16 45 32 101 31 673 390 354 582 870 542 208 647 250 213 537 043 599 547 693 054 753 214 987 312

Grants 291 30 27 24 20 16 20 12 239 9 4 200 13 139 28 4 27 27 90 13 732 111 207 757 328 919 271 565 724 839 858 389 463 726 675 473 281 438 747 756

Procurement 1 153 912 949 2 779 1 331 880 3 277 2 723 364 27 885 778 134 24 53 1 234 774 381 603 291

Salaries and wages 80 5 16 4 3 4 3 1 41 3 61 3 86 4 2 7 6 12 3 475 992 439 489 727 598 752 475 206 488 880 759 716 653 959 318 709 263 779 668

Indiana Con. St. Joseph County Scott County Shelby County Spencer County Starke County Steuben County Sullivan County Switzerland County Tippecanoe County Tipton County Union County Vanderburgh County Vermillion County Vigo County Wabash County Warren County Warrick County Washington County Wayne County Wells County White County Whitley County State undistributed Iowa Adair County Adams County Allamakee County Appanoose County Audubon County Benton County Black Hawk County Boone County Bremer County Buchanan County Buena Vista County Butler County Calhoun County Carroll County Cass County Cedar County Cerro Gordo County Cherokee County Chickasaw County Clarke County Clay County Clayton County Clinton County Crawford County Dallas County Davis County Decatur County Delaware County Des Moines County Dickinson County Dubuque County Emmet County Fayette County Floyd County Franklin County Fremont County Greene County Grundy County Guthrie County Hamilton County Hancock County Hardin County Harrison County Henry County Howard County Humboldt County Ida County Iowa County Jackson County Jasper County Jefferson County Johnson County Jones County Keokuk County Kossuth County Lee County Linn County Louisa County Lucas County Lyon County Madison County Mahaska County Marion County Marshall County Mills County See footnotes at end of table.

02 09 05 06 09 02 03 08 09 04 05 06 08 08 08 05 08 08 09 06 06 02 04 03

369 1 791 971 14 205 998 1 061 43 576 5 1 599 246 412 548 805 1 374 480 1 9 1 1 2 012 889 584 300 820

24 846 31 955 2 954 7 4 14 13 6 26 126 26 23 21 20 15 10 20 14 18 45 12 12 9 16 18 49 16 49 8 8 18 40 16 91 10 21 16 10 7 10 12 11 16 11 18 15 20 9 10 7 16 20 37 16 116 20 11 16 36 197 12 9 11 14 22 32 39 15 451 932 320 759 616 486 638 078 478 455 046 156 071 571 898 266 255 029 470 632 223 869 291 872 925 591 703 538 067 857 672 000 604 170 535 731 734 049 380 586 276 801 150 821 258 834 044 437 030 264 718 022 097 646 276 378 726 262 132 719 752 957 199 766 503 039

139 074 163 170 3 117 236 19 473 52 32 77 99 48 118 669 136 120 108 114 97 77 136 95 88 266 91 77 50 97 108 259 116 148 48 59 83 306 91 443 74 134 114 67 62 67 67 73 92 65 124 102 108 62 66 52 79 117 185 79 872 99 79 115 205 1 498 66 65 59 69 120 200 235 90 409 421 850 416 571 474 302 795 069 790 398 299 636 852 404 214 272 554 183 187 046 333 715 296 101 493 278 426 939 991 616 548 876 660 344 890 291 838 234 444 442 850 733 006 927 740 402 250 360 526 502 985 615 701 984 355 710 033 401 347 046 130 999 187 211 071

71 235 72 237 1 030 6 971 19 12 35 41 18 56 297 65 57 48 47 42 32 55 42 39 125 36 31 20 44 46 132 39 77 19 20 36 117 50 212 29 55 48 26 22 29 31 31 40 29 54 42 47 23 29 20 37 51 87 32 163 44 31 44 96 421 26 26 26 32 52 90 107 37 457 214 287 020 451 560 361 375 587 953 854 094 134 799 677 664 422 398 639 643 082 245 990 425 024 303 888 868 240 579 416 497 484 727 761 402 841 164 767 280 833 353 820 581 473 129 115 516 392 835 921 368 689 763 889 938 993 253 756 854 138 585 725 629 505 888

43 764 31 869 2 579 784 5 614 20 14 22 25 22 42 174 37 40 38 43 37 32 45 33 33 74 38 30 17 31 36 83 36 43 17 18 31 64 25 111 26 52 38 28 24 24 26 28 35 27 41 34 29 27 25 22 29 36 55 26 77 31 32 48 58 190 20 18 22 23 37 41 57 25 611 830 399 236 363 335 912 691 700 755 965 604 748 517 249 985 549 190 208 066 566 267 095 348 850 415 418 347 898 081 772 654 978 655 981 380 169 549 384 841 469 174 605 728 604 021 273 625 291 978 462 189 322 998 789 796 097 123 969 784 803 018 701 888 246 524

18 287 11 042 536 418 4 038 10 3 15 23 4 13 148 17 17 13 14 14 9 22 13 8 49 11 11 10 15 18 33 17 19 8 17 11 44 11 82 10 18 22 9 12 9 6 9 11 5 20 18 26 9 7 6 7 20 33 14 262 18 10 15 39 138 9 13 7 9 25 24 52 17 677 186 955 888 542 972 848 696 052 086 926 493 289 187 657 382 383 888 253 627 206 964 569 352 015 857 634 064 720 092 917 246 278 441 769 867 647 575 002 543 955 510 006 467 202 987 780 550 916 437 213 142 653 605 929 289 075 442 570 014 224 969 627 911 012 506

4 728 4 446 – 1 249 1 1 3 7 2 4 39 14 3 3 8 2 2 9 4 5 14 4 3 1 4 5 8 9 6 1 2 3 14 2 28 2 6 3 2 2 3 2 3 3 3 6 5 4 2 3 2 3 4 7 5 99 3 3 4 8 68 3 2 2 2 3 38 11 5 419 778 661 466 840 128 169 145 146 696 834 083 786 656 187 468 507 646 260 256 781 900 377 228 446 220 908 551 369 411 789 116 963 752 120 552 154 938 485 101 322 212 562 190 610 037 518 096 917 715 119 731 890 454 445 866 305 450 407 184 329 913 994 160 359 986

05 05 04 02 05 03 01 04 01 01 05 01 04 05 05 02 04 05 04 05 05 01 01 05 04 02 05 01 02 05 01 04 01 04 04 05 04 03 05 04 04 04 05 02 04 04 05 03 01 03 02 02 01 03 04 02 02 02 03 05 04 03 03 04 05

1 026 679 693 3 633 716 1 412 2 432 823 596 412 1 1 13 1 958 683 942 765 697

431 596 712 66 829 723 9 034 5 174 1 086 712 689 480 612 596 679 864 601 1 739 1 040 1 038 567 716 462 845 3 561 1 787 1 555 269 061 882 932 1 465 3 679 5 4 241 764 698 511 552

646 952 4 598 7 089 3 167

40

Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004
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Table 15.
[Thousand dollars]

Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 10 9 7 11 42 14 6 16 9 24 8 393 89 19 5 10 160 12 32 80 17 6 11 7 35 42 21 6 39 11 21 103 7 13 2 735 13 8 16 4 27 15 10 61 3 4 21 2 2 8 9 8 1 35 38 3 19 8 102 3 3 27 6 39 33 26 25 2 2 7 5 1 7 2 6 33 4 2 13 18 3 496 4 8 3 22 1 72 3 9 2 970 730 861 398 557 428 791 249 778 925 112 184 236 036 284 828 141 764 180 404 948 689 993 710 798 560 300 594 288 391 188 113 715 648 502 949 191 848 999 367 066 362 828 068 178 950 979 343 597 779 759 903 772 060 274 132 062 786 308 117 060 350 271 278 049 111 845 745 685 980 415 538 654 238 769 272 089 169 906 422 691 515 390 084 269 950 439 416 775 827

State and county area

Total 68 79 58 81 211 95 43 103 76 117 66 2 915 478 99 39 76 797 90 142 607 107 51 87 49 238 150 114 58 277 326 109 560 50 95 1 042 19 130 88 50 97 37 161 100 91 237 27 29 132 42 19 63 79 56 17 268 231 43 154 52 422 32 24 138 41 134 144 143 701 40 37 34 39 33 58 26 51 161 29 21 72 84 38 1 881 26 50 27 163 28 1 177 26 91 33 759 374 009 086 783 075 573 972 525 909 110 958 481 778 826 433 843 942 741 500 005 127 397 984 729 480 940 048 875 132 919 998 649 643 243 677 770 705 780 701 851 348 829 153 088 350 318 621 498 197 017 576 270 098 972 005 863 440 480 373 555 872 809 873 468 173 952 028 571 713 850 417 065 753 605 488 953 691 742 615 144 979 718 991 461 225 081 182 546 191 955

Retirement and disability 31 30 22 32 93 42 16 46 29 53 26 837 227 47 14 32 397 34 61 136 45 19 36 23 104 80 53 20 106 30 42 226 19 42 1 6 411 39 23 41 16 73 42 30 132 7 13 56 9 7 28 31 21 6 95 96 11 65 18 159 9 10 57 16 54 53 59 90 9 9 12 10 4 27 6 19 91 7 5 32 48 11 878 7 23 9 62 6 221 10 27 8 710 222 591 958 083 975 882 593 716 868 971 724 329 902 684 089 912 794 557 919 572 125 127 340 829 366 300 407 471 949 527 558 003 256 090 819 454 229 751 417 500 043 517 481 921 472 906 817 390 385 162 874 700 612 725 506 231 783 420 020 691 179 983 318 259 007 772 171 740 122 881 050 382 266 974 031 065 356 134 151 964 860 668 013 955 232 238 016 123 667 752

Other direct payments 27 31 19 28 49 31 20 32 27 40 28 402 121 35 16 32 178 35 46 84 41 20 26 16 64 40 39 22 74 280 40 137 22 35 806 4 800 25 18 33 14 53 31 31 59 5 8 37 26 9 23 30 19 7 55 64 26 35 20 72 16 7 46 17 44 43 38 18 27 22 16 21 22 16 17 23 48 17 12 17 20 16 349 14 20 13 42 17 60 11 20 20 472 620 175 792 120 046 324 762 772 123 749 574 977 471 167 206 641 134 412 391 868 618 054 645 111 179 098 034 699 502 171 135 982 615 549 691 227 127 128 770 693 263 032 887 880 755 020 204 274 346 352 107 209 251 463 725 011 829 947 512 352 549 536 953 598 498 576 340 125 964 337 951 861 862 072 296 710 996 508 599 695 147 958 534 076 106 732 662 919 818 943

Grants 6 14 13 10 26 15 4 19 15 16 7 1 177 99 12 6 8 136 17 26 157 14 8 19 6 60 22 13 13 43 11 16 120 6 11 234 3 468 19 6 17 4 21 19 18 30 11 5 33 5 2 8 13 11 2 41 59 3 44 10 127 5 4 20 4 26 32 37 40 2 4 4 6 5 10 1 5 15 4 2 13 9 6 133 3 4 2 31 3 54 2 39 3 630 448 584 937 605 474 380 599 831 844 148 613 349 209 745 690 985 029 361 694 740 391 410 782 318 339 436 014 694 221 815 561 172 966 604 608 269 378 504 519 384 783 514 504 371 873 076 743 245 425 366 214 843 290 458 325 857 295 194 247 973 499 444 070 593 353 049 177 219 255 174 907 419 968 761 939 086 347 764 743 269 586 349 904 933 435 451 787 554 648 306

Procurement 596 611 364 757 36 616 897 362 944 599 1 183 541 131 572 7 229 938 398 708 43 838 744 2 877 164 916 894 563 944 614 1 484 1 474 809 497 32 225 682 1 147 21 385 497 961 – 2 241 633 613 573 2 288 469 1 313 1 833 745 4 954 378 248 2 066 154 108 576 1 368 1 824 83 69 567 3 210 282 3 827 518 26 882 298 282 2 1 1 1 1 416 401 480 479 187

Salaries and wages 2 2 2 7 6 4 1 4 2 5 2 366 22 3 1 2 40 3 5 63 3 2 4 2 7 6 8 2 20 2 9 55 1 4 2 207 4 2 3 1 11 5 11 9 1 1 350 474 295 642 359 683 625 074 606 891 701 476 597 257 833 741 467 240 534 580 930 430 862 603 988 123 296 096 786 778 260 358 995 846 – 926 207 398 109 527 961 425 019 326 538 001

Iowa Con. Mitchell County Monona County Monroe County Montgomery County Muscatine County O’Brien County Osceola County Page County Palo Alto County Plymouth County Pocahontas County Polk County Pottawattamie County Poweshiek County Ringgold County Sac County Scott County Shelby County Sioux County Story County Tama County Taylor County Union County Van Buren County Wapello County Warren County Washington County Wayne County Webster County Winnebago County Winneshiek County Woodbury County Worth County Wright County State undistributed Kansas Allen County Anderson County Atchison County Barber County Barton County Bourbon County Brown County Butler County Chase County Chautauqua County Cherokee County Cheyenne County Clark County Clay County Cloud County Coffey County Comanche County Cowley County Crawford County Decatur County Dickinson County Doniphan County Douglas County Edwards County Elk County Ellis County Ellsworth County Finney County Ford County Franklin County Geary County Gove County Graham County Grant County Gray County Greeley County Greenwood County Hamilton County Harper County Harvey County Haskell County Hodgeman County Jackson County Jefferson County Jewell County Johnson County Kearny County Kingman County Kiowa County Labette County Lane County Leavenworth County Lincoln County Linn County Logan County See footnotes at end of table.

04 05 03 05 02 05 05 05 04 05 04 03 05 03 05 05 01 05 05 04 03 05 05 02 02 04 02 02 04 04 04 05 04 04

02 02 02 01 01 02 02 04 01 04 02 01 01 01 01 02 01 04 02 01 01 02 02 03 01 04 01 01 01 01 02 01 02 01 01 01 01 01 01 04 01 04 04 01 01 02 02 01 03 01 04 01 02 01 02 01 02 01

3 251 705 480 2 464 2 769 2 557 434 6 379 8 117 1 168 5 2 36 1 1 12 1 8 13 7 485 1 1 1 1 937 016 037 295 257 229 445 052 538 128 531 073 250 094 192

67 024 266 238 279 265 83 842 116 712 1 577 133 182 6 062 2 282 1 211 245 412 116 502 299 20 741 116 585 833 507 595 149

425 2 562 541 2 086 4 645 959 809 3 273 3 840 2 004 274 973 627 2 039 1 198 6 711 544 254 884 1 444 2 463 806

Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004
U.S. Census Bureau

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Table 15.
[Thousand dollars]

Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 35 29 13 10 4 29 6 34 5 3 10 16 3 5 17 4 6 6 5 18 9 2 63 5 10 63 5 3 6 53 4 463 23 171 2 6 4 4 2 5 25 7 3 6 1 6 2 9 3 156 4 145 17 18 20 8 39 11 29 101 19 49 28 8 15 19 66 13 12 34 87 5 10 27 16 70 34 24 9 8 7 92 11 6 15 266 14 717 413 010 402 592 712 564 975 977 269 458 555 080 799 091 100 175 795 583 871 417 765 676 224 497 069 386 466 978 943 691 802 237 716 614 218 179 512 374 520 272 801 158 938 579 107 360 946 553 487 922 575 541 099 295 473 538 672 354 623 743 241 707 937 168 645 364 879 789 256 310 344 459 059 649 377 254 558 999 168 587 921 835 164 358 480

State and county area

Total 148 137 91 92 32 162 50 237 43 26 75 98 36 65 87 41 35 49 52 82 63 45 339 45 65 377 46 34 56 301 35 3 213 80 1 730 41 70 42 38 24 39 153 75 31 91 26 59 79 72 29 1 119 947 31 713 111 104 82 58 204 86 78 404 167 383 146 45 134 110 490 70 80 175 442 33 60 184 88 1 748 190 230 76 58 57 476 65 34 108 1 957 93 666 413 985 683 127 387 979 999 241 025 041 180 634 296 886 400 566 062 562 059 132 916 820 316 144 409 695 800 534 690 038 701 163 219 020 706 904 613 665 200 067 847 217 139 070 689 203 222 086 715 579 543 060 389 739 717 199 151 074 531 689 050 990 524 011 053 147 023 457 707 848 734 170 652 415 205 327 995 806 877 369 174 569 231 266 212 360

Retirement and disability 69 72 37 34 11 57 19 109 20 8 26 47 11 15 48 13 15 17 17 42 26 9 166 18 29 111 17 11 24 133 5 999 30 551 6 18 14 13 4 11 74 17 9 58 4 20 5 28 12 346 10 578 41 44 42 28 92 30 99 180 46 175 75 21 48 54 108 29 40 87 202 15 24 74 37 151 91 65 22 26 19 236 25 13 48 541 36 918 572 083 114 304 615 289 500 218 115 938 090 217 743 203 628 522 935 963 798 886 504 574 021 256 043 019 916 140 409 464 533 675 946 790 018 752 951 775 109 310 963 485 970 449 191 409 260 116 264 519 704 605 619 500 549 823 306 946 035 960 788 233 362 414 255 403 887 618 005 475 718 383 838 341 890 932 978 323 871 884 042 492 587 472 248 328

Other direct payments 44 44 27 36 16 33 21 63 13 14 32 29 19 25 23 17 13 20 22 24 28 29 102 19 23 50 21 17 22 65 23 497 26 189 30 43 19 18 17 21 48 47 16 10 17 26 17 18 10 248 706 6 523 29 21 13 19 41 11 54 53 26 87 32 10 23 25 38 18 21 53 112 11 13 35 19 76 31 32 22 17 14 118 12 6 26 311 16 262 172 714 887 406 415 333 055 709 694 606 017 641 006 551 533 674 877 006 071 222 957 346 795 747 894 924 135 574 960 584 712 246 521 415 038 556 949 325 447 568 889 462 766 328 986 723 380 416 717 194 441 930 347 592 114 353 932 209 852 518 508 454 773 682 458 476 436 394 522 106 485 108 463 144 855 902 534 368 779 432 571 615 213 589 704 764

Grants 23 14 21 12 3 64 7 49 4 2 9 15 3 22 9 8 4 6 9 9 5 5 49 4 8 83 5 4 7 71 4 410 16 744 2 5 5 2 2 5 22 6 4 18 1 7 4 22 4 323 240 6 743 36 35 23 8 46 41 73 30 21 69 31 11 57 25 26 19 14 26 89 5 16 51 29 72 55 78 29 11 21 95 14 13 29 378 36 107 179 457 083 899 453 508 168 954 158 172 923 733 528 558 008 677 624 857 314 388 122 126 839 609 241 015 014 029 228 675 865 608 812 980 861 763 838 124 321 557 745 274 919 559 889 639 780 385 540 863 285 103 815 450 466 230 660 534 671 503 265 781 342 482 174 466 553 799 786 995 059 605 995 551 289 670 022 215 686 700 694 156 784 784 465 750

Procurement 1 1 2 3 583 446 259 303 66

Salaries and wages 9 5 3 6 5 2 13 2 3 3 1 1 4 1 1 2 2 3 2 1 17 2 2 29 1 1 2 23 1 438 5 192 795 044 471 295 452 841 012 798 087 942 663 713 695 725 975 833 348 919 289 268 109 086 455 197 787 570 617 404 220 403 067 237 616 686 673

Kansas Con. Lyon County McPherson County Marion County Marshall County Meade County Miami County Mitchell County Montgomery County Morris County Morton County Nemaha County Neosho County Ness County Norton County Osage County Osborne County Ottawa County Pawnee County Phillips County Pottawatomie County Pratt County Rawlins County Reno County Republic County Rice County Riley County Rooks County Rush County Russell County Saline County Scott County Sedgwick County Seward County Shawnee County Sheridan County Sherman County Smith County Stafford County Stanton County Stevens County Sumner County Thomas County Trego County Wabaunsee County Wallace County Washington County Wichita County Wilson County Woodson County Wyandotte County State undistributed Kentucky Adair County Allen County Anderson County Ballard County Barren County Bath County Bell County Boone County Bourbon County Boyd County Boyle County Bracken County Breathitt County Breckinridge County Bullitt County Butler County Caldwell County Calloway County Campbell County Carlisle County Carroll County Carter County Casey County Christian County Clark County Clay County Clinton County Crittenden County Cumberland County Daviess County Edmonson County Elliott County Estill County Lexington Fayette County Fleming County See footnotes at end of table.

01 01 01 01 01 02 01 04 01 01 01 02 02 01 01 02 01 01 01 01 02 01 01 01 01 01 02 01 01 01 01 01 04 01 02 01 01 01 01 01 01 04 01 01 01 01 01 01 02 02 03

1 064 837 2 478 2 274 116 2 662 2 437 348 294 1 598 398 345 706 447 2 608 526 248 4 319 464 746 102 660 1 119 331 571 7 691 248 867 353 1 018 51 253 163 372 460 603 83 199 2 067 514 182 863 2 122 918 50 641 597 993 47 071 3 4 636 868 584 530 562 533 16 141 –159 63 70 16 449 386 126 379 385

3 417 2 373 2 272 358 1 124 5 565 2 736 814 1 621 613 3 705 790 2 205 1 176 154 123 – 3 231 2 2 2 2 7 1 9 76 2 34 5 1 4 3 4 1 2 5 21 1 2 5 1 1 083 7 19 2 2 1 19 244 837 078 635 055 652 805 772 847 329 103 723 649 037 608 244 745 750 685 411 195 663 336 870 220 805 410 441 127 020 512

01 01 06 01 02 04 05 05 04 06 04 06 04 05 02 02 01 01 01 04 01 04 04 01 01 06 05 01 01 01 02 02 04 06 06 04

1 799 398 397 1 558 312 558 402 896 2 709 16 861 276 3 411 17 020 508 363 951 3 019 35 051 459 414 333 6 355 4 217 134 736 508 539 718

9 089 513 2 685 217 256 2 800

42

Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004
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Table 15.
[Thousand dollars]

Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 42 48 7 7 16 24 37 25 11 37 8 96 31 18 18 45 15 5 46 13 700 42 23 152 17 31 13 55 16 7 12 24 13 24 9 27 8 64 17 9 76 13 18 30 12 16 28 6 21 10 11 23 14 31 40 7 23 52 11 4 15 29 67 13 58 2 16 22 16 38 37 16 14 23 11 13 9 15 97 11 379 142 357 979 163 317 401 004 667 274 459 066 927 256 237 426 771 172 818 622 030 313 856 890 582 912 485 993 048 786 043 677 820 821 762 048 205 700 055 982 208 456 728 813 328 937 300 766 493 165 660 629 360 752 406 076 565 100 300 749 134 762 080 615 727 308 782 176 838 029 219 891 822 479 863 249 047 708 168 266

State and county area

Total 322 1 365 69 76 68 97 230 154 63 211 37 979 398 92 92 239 76 30 351 131 5 549 145 168 834 118 211 74 266 99 58 96 184 80 140 96 153 45 1 391 146 59 414 98 100 169 125 93 98 55 100 58 92 114 81 305 164 43 123 97 42 50 56 242 519 62 395 12 95 141 116 118 130 77 41 149 66 87 34 305 460 70 775 820 645 240 940 435 319 347 265 898 084 453 485 786 105 953 459 509 993 186 009 316 521 450 848 147 324 962 073 261 951 036 216 952 132 740 633 288 953 282 576 528 222 522 725 161 992 744 641 139 260 121 962 755 540 257 429 915 373 025 623 353 832 124 813 238 657 292 300 355 252 353 774 756 795 119 536 701 836 990

Retirement and disability 146 229 27 15 38 51 106 68 28 120 18 350 221 45 39 112 32 11 141 34 1 707 75 72 321 44 76 36 125 42 23 40 84 34 62 30 66 26 188 49 26 157 36 40 99 50 40 64 18 55 24 31 56 32 98 79 18 63 55 19 17 29 104 242 29 186 5 39 48 48 62 62 35 23 69 25 46 18 39 203 26 381 783 398 284 009 337 601 822 682 333 877 848 180 988 885 741 971 264 606 163 295 955 886 704 885 549 250 829 854 535 151 705 557 243 842 955 134 200 369 944 023 437 633 670 212 242 134 026 045 639 992 770 355 289 441 293 136 204 198 522 218 458 350 500 078 282 528 166 051 820 954 707 662 016 939 472 078 949 069 427

Other direct payments 76 80 19 7 14 20 64 34 17 50 7 80 53 18 21 64 19 11 61 18 1 022 26 36 171 25 43 19 49 21 12 21 41 17 27 17 45 11 101 26 18 82 21 22 43 17 23 18 7 20 13 23 26 16 46 36 11 31 22 10 10 14 46 97 10 62 3 19 33 23 27 26 23 8 35 20 19 8 26 118 15 791 586 543 623 004 451 904 307 795 139 685 121 333 544 266 378 709 495 603 875 164 908 285 297 708 151 700 298 760 960 598 488 974 808 888 736 019 465 972 126 578 331 219 309 569 285 540 179 250 401 029 181 071 803 436 353 871 315 917 586 140 995 140 488 643 246 658 642 126 290 343 718 942 557 340 333 675 477 148 176

Grants 77 1 017 18 50 14 21 38 45 14 33 8 57 64 22 28 51 19 6 48 34 832 28 53 125 44 80 14 65 31 20 32 51 26 41 9 36 6 70 35 12 110 38 33 18 36 25 13 10 19 17 33 25 31 29 34 11 21 13 10 20 10 70 156 19 131 3 33 51 40 23 34 15 6 25 18 12 6 15 97 26 621 845 760 592 566 312 298 425 965 216 785 381 860 847 225 048 837 370 521 762 759 225 597 916 052 253 944 073 555 126 766 743 209 190 412 671 428 920 971 036 936 393 397 891 000 097 355 913 526 824 827 743 075 452 839 161 915 549 515 806 667 464 203 567 006 342 727 186 596 291 143 195 787 548 117 995 081 535 117 700

Procurement 10 5 1 1 438 013 286 272 480

Salaries and wages 11 32 2 1 1 3 11 4 1 3 1 485 7 4 2 6 3 1 10 2 412 5 3 185 2 10 2 19 2 1 1 4 1 8 4 3 1 52 17 1 46 1 3 5 18 3 2 16 5 1 2 4 1 44 7 2 5 5 1 545 593 657 470 880 249 448 763 478 906 389 223 144 379 183 936 207 107 602 134 319 316 419 461 871 034 450 621 317 241 834 737 178 964 352 488 652 557 964 778 282 266 189 057 978 892 349 005 115 757 949 675 869 564 129 202 267 392 395 880 689 689 881 083 301 301 872 606 074 802 749 076 840 709 001 508 370 980 163 257

Kentucky Con. Floyd County Franklin County Fulton County Gallatin County Garrard County Grant County Graves County Grayson County Green County Greenup County Hancock County Hardin County Harlan County Harrison County Hart County Henderson County Henry County Hickman County Hopkins County Jackson County Louisville Jefferson County Jessamine County Johnson County Kenton County Knott County Knox County Larue County Laurel County Lawrence County Lee County Leslie County Letcher County Lewis County Lincoln County Livingston County Logan County Lyon County McCracken County McCreary County McLean County Madison County Magoffin County Marion County Marshall County Martin County Mason County Meade County Menifee County Mercer County Metcalfe County Monroe County Montgomery County Morgan County Muhlenberg County Nelson County Nicholas County Ohio County Oldham County Owen County Owsley County Pendleton County Perry County Pike County Powell County Pulaski County Robertson County Rockcastle County Rowan County Russell County Scott County Shelby County Simpson County Spencer County Taylor County Todd County Trigg County Trimble County Union County Warren County Washington County See footnotes at end of table.

05 06 01 04 06 04 01 02 02 04 02 02 05 04 02 01 04 01 01 05 02 03 06 05 04 05 05 02 05 05 05 05 05 04 01 06 01 01 01 01 05 01 06 05 02 01 05 04 02 05 06 01 01 06 05 01 02 04 01 02 04 04 05 04 05 05 06 05 04 05 05 01 04 06 02 01 02 02 01 01 04 01 02 02

1 085 9 067 1 031 344 4 304 348 5 881 51 969 1 027 547 4 849 735 273 89 660 41 252 1 574 8 2 30 1 472 912 335 071 332

1 159 980 7 141 586 399 602 1 363 298 748 33 638 889 400 978 145 16 677 397 17 757 1 102 782 2 596 2 966 645 614 3 622 706 518 463 751 591 86 646 6 695 248 1 239 1 454 348 232 910 10 747 6 257 486 3 785 66 871 1 692 1 453 1 152 1 063 658 544 13 927 399 2 811 331 220 760 13 339 431

1 9 17 2 12

1 6 3 3 5 2 1 5 2 5 1 2 29 2

Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004
U.S. Census Bureau

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Table 15.
[Thousand dollars]

Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 20 14 37 7 23 4 515 59 25 87 23 41 34 15 104 251 184 10 9 10 16 19 26 412 8 20 35 20 19 74 32 15 453 31 195 92 14 42 105 12 30 38 462 148 28 22 128 9 20 23 65 50 10 21 45 89 50 52 213 105 6 106 22 54 49 44 41 21 11 15 16 1 317 107 73 273 29 53 120 41 35 56 148 400 130 566 045 961 770 168 407 164 234 981 094 361 080 506 961 837 681 627 471 724 231 633 954 950 451 812 139 449 497 278 590 235 707 157 161 382 653 996 551 741 269 355 969 537 013 606 485 616 554 073 309 146 581 635 453 189 553 158 176 523 894 751 545 161 254 880 963 108 151 253 022 390 505 736 556 645 008 236 614 196

State and county area

Total 139 84 321 59 82 1 556 32 954 372 174 278 130 288 180 111 899 1 565 1 103 72 37 97 105 152 156 3 178 90 116 270 173 152 368 215 108 2 218 186 874 508 86 218 344 133 254 266 6 308 797 223 140 930 67 168 157 372 210 55 113 170 604 235 320 905 602 72 507 138 284 1 015 345 296 169 103 41 102 2 001 10 864 646 651 1 821 162 379 1 288 262 207 343 1 019 482 487 972 670 708 126 059 450 495 374 617 534 945 759 311 789 392 110 218 083 309 276 466 305 722 908 958 953 165 491 449 393 024 601 687 861 893 434 298 532 281 145 943 940 032 733 142 226 084 552 167 950 024 604 339 254 304 023 758 524 000 148 639 262 252 384 012 328 321 572 825 490 551 894 468 204 469 523 395 841 782 307 651

Retirement and disability 49 39 147 22 50 1 9 980 123 50 130 45 97 92 41 331 585 415 24 13 26 38 50 58 888 16 39 82 46 48 153 66 43 960 71 345 180 35 77 172 24 77 80 1 156 307 55 47 347 20 44 68 165 88 14 46 81 197 86 125 460 218 13 231 54 112 128 123 122 40 28 15 35 3 586 277 239 661 72 148 366 116 108 154 403 980 822 065 451 145 152 931 587 960 195 730 191 777 873 002 811 769 683 103 426 628 829 217 403 828 989 238 508 776 993 943 063 297 277 456 645 611 590 396 778 329 558 422 834 930 733 526 959 260 007 411 132 256 001 476 902 630 612 731 564 490 210 806 437 297 784 403 943 305 722 750 938 700 994 250 932 026 830 871 910 779 724 013

Other direct payments 28 21 68 9 17 1 266 8 949 110 42 83 38 80 41 33 96 401 263 26 13 36 28 49 42 566 37 35 78 58 31 91 63 34 680 65 217 123 26 72 93 46 96 72 1 122 238 34 36 218 19 60 36 131 57 15 36 51 168 58 81 225 190 31 133 40 96 51 117 79 31 34 11 31 1 622 1 851 134 120 288 36 58 136 48 39 71 179 419 577 144 601 029 724 939 957 648 611 257 858 582 336 917 430 764 470 697 611 592 358 225 727 312 336 666 961 213 481 160 934 677 480 153 676 397 248 875 997 352 458 882 266 814 491 229 168 565 858 225 859 505 287 512 005 318 839 966 713 564 825 295 850 953 537 188 270 234 504 033 765 541 513 523 578 402 055 609 336 168 432 362

Grants 50 14 71 25 11 288 7 786 114 36 51 37 99 38 32 83 362 164 18 7 28 34 45 50 1 390 34 37 105 60 39 103 60 24 314 43 194 90 18 58 65 54 75 95 1 396 197 23 49 189 24 56 45 42 32 24 26 30 222 75 79 108 168 25 104 34 58 58 81 76 24 33 12 28 377 2 757 197 214 403 45 132 664 80 45 90 286 702 435 930 249 752 157 693 875 810 753 127 501 651 534 087 227 329 563 027 646 726 585 230 857 929 890 258 183 271 273 032 466 185 044 383 984 452 875 260 852 529 409 452 709 484 481 719 694 344 903 557 744 014 809 984 669 642 250 704 863 907 671 147 967 737 790 408 523 879 928 167 741 942 318 343 715 599 671 349 615 543 029 703

Procurement 7 981 6 080 26 229 480 920 93 3 418 14 4 3 4 2 393 027 778 250 734 669

Salaries and wages 2 2 8 1 2 2 818 9 39 9 4 8 6 3 348 143 45 1 2 2 2 4 4 165 1 3 3 7 26 9 11 5 181 5 69 11 5 7 9 2 4 10 796 39 28 4 122 2 5 3 7 14 3 5 12 8 400 574 603 889 862 – 104 004 298 564 769 315 847 277 324 189 380 730 097 824 508 456 971 092 281 041 786 507 374 021 718 380 013 590 311 088 532 635 536 383 123 949 145 206 516 669 997 101 810 143 793 692 892 927 142 848 415

Kentucky Con. Wayne County Webster County Whitley County Wolfe County Woodford County State undistributed Louisiana Acadia Parish Allen Parish Ascension Parish Assumption Parish Avoyelles Parish Beauregard Parish Bienville Parish Bossier Parish Caddo Parish Calcasieu Parish Caldwell Parish Cameron Parish Catahoula Parish Claiborne Parish Concordia Parish De Soto Parish East Baton Rouge Parish East Carroll Parish East Feliciana Parish Evangeline Parish Franklin Parish Grant Parish Iberia Parish Iberville Parish Jackson Parish Jefferson Parish Jefferson Davis Parish Lafayette Parish Lafourche Parish La Salle Parish Lincoln Parish Livingston Parish Madison Parish Morehouse Parish Natchitoches Parish Orleans Parish Ouachita Parish Plaquemines Parish Pointe Coupee Parish Rapides Parish Red River Parish Richland Parish Sabine Parish St. Bernard Parish St. Charles Parish St. Helena Parish St. James Parish St. John The Baptist Parish St. Landry Parish St. Martin Parish St. Mary Parish St. Tammany Parish Tangipahoa Parish Tensas Parish Terrebonne Parish Union Parish Vermilion Parish Vernon Parish Washington Parish Webster Parish West Baton Rouge Parish West Carroll Parish West Feliciana Parish Winn Parish State undistributed Maine Androscoggin County Aroostook County Cumberland County Franklin County Hancock County Kennebec County Knox County Lincoln County Oxford County Penobscot County See footnotes at end of table.

05 01 05 05 06

07 04 05 03 03 05 04 04 04 04 07 05 07 05 04 05 04 06 05 06 05 07 05 04 03 05 06 05 01 02 03 07 07 03 05 05 06 05 05 04 01 02 05 03 05 06 05 04 05 04 03 01 03 06 03 03 07 03 03 01 01 05 03 05 07 04 01 04 06 05 06 05

1 088 739 39 981 73 131 214 150 665 1 294 2 576 856 2 049 823 167 226 371 652 1 010 795 6 530 10 723 13 594 550 81 1 48 102 852 210 383 468 900

2 086 3 231 4 522 948 6 771 1 837 14 80 2 51 1 3 25 17 042 924 289 360 672 304 105 641 181 523

357 580 1 225 2 830 6 299 22 096 57 103 3 698 150 17 442 3 3 359 4 11 239 113 026 779 352

11 227 53 253 20 686 888 20 000 6 12 417 17 6 3 6 1 7 957 31 49 288 6 23 104 11 6 10 104 151 896 240 493 660 489 451 203 257 – 014 413 361 880 220 709 083 345 945 732 813

69 102 453 215 618 45 1 711 5 27 178 2 16 16 5 7 16 45 354 657 990 100 221 258 483 635 348 391 761

02 02 01 02 02 02 01 02 01 01 02 02

44

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Table 15.
[Thousand dollars]

Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 17 36 51 38 33 200 5 558 73 508 780 86 31 166 95 135 30 217 30 235 266 19 921 842 45 94 25 35 139 88 48 636 6 416 228 132 548 15 738 72 461 153 1 464 10 653 490 666 779 10 112 11 9 112 30 24 17 8 59 109 17 163 46 139 51 26 27 38 31 68 14 38 27 107 33 443 27 17 82 42 47 35 34 280 64 26 12 64 162 240 17 525 927 584 392 558 359 058 871 572 821 474 058 159 526 807 912 653 124 594 738 582 690 967 078 921 863 017 624 782 974 251 505 683 486 176 669 984 235 844 894 628 124 617 655 022 488 620 646 760 477 739 500 321 728 371 480 466 125 444 067 761 665 289 791 838 800 870 380 345 056 277 947 172 029 752 396 470 568 948 073 378 873 587 481 973 724 204

State and county area

Total 124 1 437 323 226 308 1 210 450 64 725 572 4 866 5 231 355 171 701 446 814 248 1 947 761 284 464 170 449 567 320 924 162 041 197 016 953 617 587 914 456 083

Retirement and disability 62 105 140 97 109 521 14 190 234 1 528 2 068 222 77 394 215 382 86 473 74 584 468 73 2 248 2 190 101 273 57 128 344 199 186 1 571 2 14 186 855 370 1 224 36 1 617 166 1 132 302 2 936 18 1 1 1 1 191 030 695 608 1 201 659 656 062 476 175 142 244 129 651 978 032 147 930 714 184 888 135 949 646 153 417 486 784 257 009 969 576 343 972 716 425 752 357 367 051 078 836 804 197 031 026 481 573 231 355 686 532 111 679 031 571 197 795 311 397 444 440 994 906 149 603 992 826 936 791 896 293 776 005 587 184 830 826 168 701 873 163 533 986 053 281 683 153 429 037 443 946 372 784

Other direct payments 24 25 58 36 58 180 354 10 371 165 506 1 066 59 40 153 92 93 72 136 37 185 114 45 757 665 51 80 39 65 152 97 63 1 663 3 963 12 373 440 246 795 22 1 058 94 698 170 2 096 9 095 734 687 765 556 596 133 837 768 537 385 853 854 621 473 525 308 944 232 327 092 654 555 731 613 814 754 734 621 437 391 305 310 615 075 902 836 902 934 848 513 897 568 810

Grants 33 31 100 64 107 164 96 8 836 112 432 498 41 42 88 42 82 60 329 37 108 122 19 1 236 801 22 65 52 27 134 89 43 3 944 398 13 876 304 188 887 10 898 98 771 211 2 767 9 906 538 444 075 037 011 046 910 661 287 865 620 992 742 873 750 662 038 064 709 224 787 471 235 621 819 706 974 076 482 517 460 273 126 649 283 355 599 415 116 155 293 626 086

Procurement 983 247 430 436 943 474 – 835 604 136 474 324 639 289 344 454 187 537 149 442 355 638 566 116 599 190 011 332 987 896 314 760 491 096 873 446 847 626 769 303 705 710 820 175 083 278 763 628 70

Salaries and wages 3 39 11 11 20 233 10 523 44 1 051 1 028 17 8 27 79 162 9 232 4 427 68 5 3 541 2 264 6 592 10 18 35 24 13 851 3 557 149 43 98 3 236 14 315 85 962 4 139 178 1 087 237 3 610 2 3 11 14 4 4 2 6 17 3 25 5 186 5 6 8 24 3 22 13 13 33 35 6 100 3 11 36 11 6 12 6 138 7 6 3 8 28 84 1 576 107 248 832 437 312 – 098 000 429 495 187 320 035 182 000 411 429 830 104 541 137 317 601 415 442 737 182 709 269 199 126 – 251 358 106 554 773 786 592 378 910 536 959 713 200 243 144 – 058 382 962 199 178 551 043 311 269 671 387 650 245 554 553 431 190 826 707 360 359 763 966 562 553 377 498 331 901 568 994 560 628 422 109 740 651 881 763 979 885

Maine Con. Piscataquis County Sagadahoc County Somerset County Waldo County Washington County York County State undistributed Maryland Allegany County Anne Arundel County Baltimore County Calvert County Caroline County Carroll County Cecil County Charles County Dorchester County Frederick County Garrett County Harford County Howard County Kent County Montgomery County Prince George’s County Queen Anne’s County St. Mary’s County Somerset County Talbot County Washington County Wicomico County Worcester County Baltimore City Area State undistributed Massachusetts Barnstable County Berkshire County Bristol County Dukes County Essex County Franklin County Hampden County Hampshire County Middlesex County Nantucket County Norfolk County Plymouth County Suffolk County Worcester County State undistributed Michigan Alcona County Alger County Allegan County Alpena County Antrim County Arenac County Baraga County Barry County Bay County Benzie County Berrien County Branch County Calhoun County Cass County Charlevoix County Cheboygan County Chippewa County Clare County Clinton County Crawford County Delta County Dickinson County Eaton County Emmet County Genesee County Gladwin County Gogebic County Grand Traverse County Gratiot County Hillsdale County Houghton County Huron County Ingham County Ionia County Iosco County Iron County Isabella County Jackson County Kalamazoo County Kalkaska County See footnotes at end of table.

02 01 02 02 02 01

1 235 12 16 12 111 20 803 15 1 347 568 14 2 37 16 94 19 775 6 585 466 8 7 510 4 450 31 1 354 6 21 54 25 825 2 559 6 9 127 152 325 519 1 1 031 11 198 72 5 160 1 919 72 433 225

06 01 02 03 05
2

05 01 06 01 05 01 06 06 01 02 06 03 07 01 04 06 08 04 05 08 01 05 01 01 06 01 01 02 03 07

160 223 1 891 228 1 239 365 152 633 15 294 395 10 372 213 2 366 167 261 468 505 275 178 798

721 736 437 056 1 132 137 10 590 076 4 370 825 53 1 1 3 120 902 173 525 75 4 843 445 322 789 670 736 708 056 782 836 030 603 812 352 313 858 580 500 755 211 595 588 952 915 815 533 314 947 564 839 479 610 126 984 401 286 025 452 370 502 939 742 142 833 306 293 764 490 554 315 654 856 828 651 493 417 755 491

10 01 03 04 09 10 05 06 01 01 02 01 02
2

10
2

385 3 115 842 13 924 43 3 2 9 4 3 803 313 891 251 027

04 09 10 07 08 09 01 02 03 05

1 000 695 592 181 1 360 761 1 101 761 2 682 932 16 616 20 14 85 50 27 29 12 45 164 15 219 53 191 56 25 32 50 54 49 16 55 30 79 34 693 41 33 78 61 52 50 65 379 57 47 23 62 188 236 15 037 332 340 888 269 588 644 571 401 658 946 327 394 940 004 530 082 458 306 365 631 307 505 109 267 664 796 671 385 070 059 526 896 103 183 097 620 510 495 413 947

553 090 440 338 5 313 861 1 078 794 343 468 13 227 20 13 119 47 18 23 18 28 103 15 211 33 170 45 17 31 67 37 24 10 41 20 139 32 515 22 26 74 50 37 57 44 2 178 42 19 17 52 139 260 13 411 396 891 090 488 864 425 763 575 288 909 158 254 022 820 419 963 311 878 820 419 364 574 894 428 416 764 205 568 094 387 937 712 047 951 809 343 329 920 718 101

01 01 02 06 01 01 01 01 03 01 05 02 06 07 06 07 06 01 01 01 04 08 01 01 01 07 01 05 01 01 04 04 07 01 10 08 03 01 01 04 07 06 04

60 488 95 63 406 218 125 119 64 197 573 87 902 193 1 026 216 126 149 259 205 206 87 246 198 430 156 2 401 159 141 423 222 206 223 225 3 748 220 193 93 228 757 1 104 67

22 915 52 30 185 101 69 57 25 112 282 49 435 100 392 106 68 75 99 108 106 40 123 91 173 81 1 061 90 61 216 95 107 87 106 899 111 116 48 102 375 494 35

4 119 315 613 447 5 221 4 857 5 638 5 5 4 4 2 11 1 84 2 7 1 16 1 2 7 12 22 2 1 30 1 8 17 4 2 15 1 153 2 3 1 2 24 28 406 726 847 703 799 279 343 972 407 811 958 910 101 704 037 350 272 544 668 517 074 226 278 500 064 478 798 399 460 752 001 330 294 273 774

Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004
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Table 15.
[Thousand dollars]

Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 593 2 11 92 22 101 177 6 11 822 25 64 29 42 25 84 15 152 63 10 174 49 1 213 28 21 7 23 9 24 252 14 26 209 170 62 44 8 73 58 78 898 204 881 510 163 768 538 850 383 660 090 874 074 394 174 615 286 552 627 498 401 892 339 415 919 538 842 348 513 351 306 103 062 916 964 828 874 125 646 541

State and county area

Total 2 491 14 77 298 95 471 437 44 77 5 275 148 355 160 180 132 329 65 591 298 81 924 197 5 305 145 128 63 133 50 119 913 99 193 1 192 693 270 247 65 323 313 379 186 929 661 009 066 189 957 161 161 705 936 954 433 987 834 351 214 134 752 663 198 477 798 355 075 395 287 783 649 905 439 526 413 877 677 947 737 270 843 473

Retirement and disability 1 091 7 39 158 49 233 242 19 35 1 851 77 180 84 97 67 179 34 319 145 47 428 108 2 535 72 71 29 69 26 63 442 54 108 543 315 141 111 30 171 141 176 154 701 338 675 950 466 497 045 081 905 658 408 533 438 514 490 118 217 966 503 403 293 118 197 057 423 875 695 590 357 805 885 954 735 524 919 084 373 771 955

Other direct payments 502 4 18 69 20 125 90 10 15 1 074 37 84 36 47 30 75 15 160 75 21 196 45 1 418 30 33 13 28 12 21 159 20 55 282 183 70 74 14 90 80 91 294 3 695 33 3 647 6 890 20 122 43 56 23 18 69 42 37 36 40 26 33 69 12 4 29 64 148 26 40 38 42 55 50 21 1 179 22 23 24 49 25 12 57 22 18 25 12 6 31 20 40 40 11 43 443 691 408 863 698 921 568 823 243 167 907 994 112 926 892 881 427 167 603 139 121 176 249 403 382 326 725 954 121 416 872 732 720 252 783 065 989 349 839 412 726 368 634 252 961 502 289 098 050 465 661 593 564 873 567 662 433 710 705 533 106 472 528 896 785 742 432 072 084 894 216 034 218 624 101 158 486 879 073 223 252 292 141 384 933 257 094 604 043 139

Grants 484 1 15 55 16 79 57 12 20 398 24 63 29 28 28 57 10 85 62 11 187 33 760 24 19 11 26 5 18 120 19 26 236 130 48 43 16 49 53 93 805 3 565 28 512 7 208 26 117 61 89 23 8 60 21 61 21 81 15 28 56 24 8 11 73 126 11 38 17 26 29 36 11 1 845 17 25 22 61 10 16 51 13 23 9 17 7 22 9 25 18 15 20 380 876 963 465 070 209 422 943 445 750 935 049 078 351 340 111 931 522 040 539 054 305 884 519 144 506 440 598 730 206 622 398 765 042 432 431 609 423 943 735 468 088 335 003 781 988 324 225 493 666 135 376 542 608 030 053 848 527 426 940 432 471 633 507 455 371 363 258 322 406 778 112 107 646 327 936 712 601 964 051 232 860 097 364 182 904 347 895 986 524

Procurement 198 949 248 612 3 540 2 332 18 615 22 537 282 825 1 562 447 1 7 4 1 1 3 2 9 4 85 5 281 14 5 4 3 3 157 488 045 571 554 704 476 790 554 274 250 022 344 129 135 739 542 534 028 108 131

Salaries and wages 214 260 412 3 340 10 466 6 015 13 24 1 5 388 6 20 6 5 4 13 1 16 10 1 27 5 310 4 3 3 3 2 13 34 3 1 96 37 7 7 3 9 9 10 978 934 068 568 436 948 458 140 718 384 393 948 673 869 233 599 357 418 101 753 598 714 508 099 795 305 948 882 627 671 337 545 879 107 164

Michigan Con. Kent County Keweenaw County Lake County Lapeer County Leelanau County Lenawee County Livingston County Luce County Mackinac County Macomb County Manistee County Marquette County Mason County Mecosta County Menominee County Midland County Missaukee County Monroe County Montcalm County Montmorency County Muskegon County Newaygo County Oakland County Oceana County Ogemaw County Ontonagon County Osceola County Oscoda County Otsego County Ottawa County Presque Isle County Roscommon County Saginaw County St. Clair County St. Joseph County Sanilac County Schoolcraft County Shiawassee County Tuscola County Van Buren County Washtenaw County Wayne County Wexford County State undistributed Minnesota Aitkin County Anoka County Becker County Beltrami County Benton County Big Stone County Blue Earth County Brown County Carlton County Carver County Cass County Chippewa County Chisago County Clay County Clearwater County Cook County Cottonwood County Crow Wing County Dakota County Dodge County Douglas County Faribault County Fillmore County Freeborn County Goodhue County Grant County Hennepin County Houston County Hubbard County Isanti County Itasca County Jackson County Kanabec County Kandiyohi County Kittson County Koochiching County Lac Qui Parle County Lake County Lake of The Woods County Le Sueur County Lincoln County Lyon County McLeod County Mahnomen County Marshall County See footnotes at end of table.

02 03 01 02 10 04 07 08 01 01 10 12 02 01 02 04 01 04 04 15 04 01 02 02 08 09 11 12 02 01 01 04 01 01 02 01 04 04 05 10 06 10 01 04 08 05 06 07 15 11 13 14 15 02

836 563 32 093 27 221 2 268 11 196 510 2 246 28 183 7 206 204 549 746 005 135 796 10 2 329 461 701 34 434 5 736 3 710 606 5 9 1 17 513 325 780 360 628

339 191 2 016 202 31 494 5 100 16 319 31 42 38 5 57 26 33 82 28 12 48 52 8 5 11 59 379 19 34 15 21 31 45 6 1 120 19 18 36 44 11 16 41 4 13 7 11 4 27 6 24 36 5 10 958 031 950 817 263 099 602 409 763 639 122 460 659 349 905 437 317 961 431 058 355 628 642 321 971 496 118 897 890 849 546 316 234 056 191 820 863 756 218 404 166 178 703 190 081 015

2 042 384 13 823 191 293 857 4 159 879 28 790 108 661 203 261 146 46 284 146 195 182 222 77 163 246 59 34 78 337 1 104 72 184 124 126 181 197 53 7 222 89 105 111 263 64 68 222 54 97 58 72 28 127 48 128 138 42 94 741 825 234 453 436 195 884 697 876 745 085 036 649 418 368 877 448 534 997 758 607 440 140 125 975 129 393 183 658 358 750 298 216 635 997 406 178 778 308 202 806 751 942 710 230 315

531 460 4 707 181 86 369 614 10 059 57 368 80 90 89 17 119 65 88 90 86 30 91 107 19 14 33 171 509 30 91 45 51 88 98 18 2 171 45 52 56 136 23 35 93 14 45 20 38 12 60 16 53 71 13 25 091 516 536 375 295 232 443 668 757 129 616 683 911 247 565 547 720 238 611 496 756 823 820 857 233 909 216 563 461 760 703 892 978 511 080 169 261 630 206 270 427 538 625 568 491 317

206 180 1 109 549 9 722 – 2 302 3 18 13 21 9 2 29 7 6 16 11 3 7 10 1 6 3 14 186 2 11 3 4 7 7 1 852 3 2 6 10 3 2 12 4 9 2 1 1 4 1 8 5 1 4 448 118 651 018 889 226 133 735 232 776 244 763 834 154 690 917 358 637 569 961 762 414 762 725 952 443 663 411 962 617 620 969 555 709 164 307 134 417 815 952 169 672 306 358 228 118

08 03 05 06 07 07 08 06 07 01 01 08 02 08 07 08 07 07 08 01 08 02 04 01 07 01 01 01 02 07 02 03 05 06 01 08 08 08 01 08 07 07 08 07 08 07 01 02 07 07 07 07 07

1 874 624 2 780 1 983 940 833 715 13 657 132 899 849 2 18 1 1 3 090 763 213 384 476

520 1 174 063 910 711 1 998 4 343 484 935 8 716 656 1 299 578 3 049 232 9 095 381 1 569 2 285 482 1 217

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Table 15.
[Thousand dollars]

Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 21 23 25 32 38 8 30 20 7 133 57 13 28 9 31 11 499 4 16 16 60 9 16 198 114 78 15 141 35 9 11 24 3 22 13 19 216 11 6 49 044 277 079 689 998 995 829 477 085 283 931 545 116 579 123 227 498 289 201 701 418 579 308 136 794 762 230 055 166 935 478 647 871 215 603 270 660 390 784 046

State and county area

Total 127 107 152 192 237 61 95 115 70 738 340 94 152 65 239 75 4 514 30 110 113 238 55 88 1 381 205 160 77 609 137 69 83 130 38 130 90 112 437 82 50 208 876 569 859 797 484 886 025 763 383 733 342 695 005 926 939 032 247 526 634 483 083 309 160 954 887 631 260 321 453 336 391 515 222 108 576 323 296 406 793 483

Retirement and disability 59 48 68 76 105 23 42 45 20 222 153 31 69 24 75 29 1 253 9 43 40 103 24 28 582 109 94 29 242 67 21 27 54 12 51 38 37 218 28 16 98 783 705 012 087 946 314 532 713 211 096 993 070 235 772 826 843 957 512 294 304 549 131 710 424 225 240 792 595 450 295 400 552 287 462 738 885 849 953 215 818

Other direct payments 44 32 35 39 74 24 29 35 27 105 88 26 26 20 72 26 688 11 36 43 48 19 32 253 37 25 32 127 38 27 37 30 19 28 20 26 71 22 18 54 109 632 571 579 437 977 632 207 316 300 661 093 845 166 883 079 106 502 973 592 684 829 688 105 206 009 067 160 169 077 042 929 385 953 139 042 484 676 855 420

Grants 17 17 33 48 40 10 17 26 19 311 73 26 32 15 62 11 1 699 7 21 22 67 8 20 334 35 25 9 116 20 13 14 38 4 18 27 13 119 10 8 36 498 778 643 037 493 343 824 722 461 416 209 104 566 128 222 850 807 726 163 995 240 872 536 967 264 771 783 553 800 765 166 887 817 204 630 118 156 086 980 230

Procurement 1 1 11 3 4 968 313 531 178 748

Salaries and wages 4 7 4 25 11 2 4 7 2 64 15 4 21 5 10 2 340 1 8 4 10 2 5 149 17 13 4 86 5 5 3 5 1 4 3 15 21 5 1 12 518 141 102 916 859 655 168 090 456 910 729 761 381 222 774 183 374 227 058 145 711 018 171 988 728 175 904 033 139 344 560 131 269 082 325 848 782 048 861 720

Minnesota Con. Martin County Meeker County Mille Lacs County Morrison County Mower County Murray County Nicollet County Nobles County Norman County Olmsted County Otter Tail County Pennington County Pine County Pipestone County Polk County Pope County Ramsey County Red Lake County Redwood County Renville County Rice County Rock County Roseau County St. Louis County Scott County Sherburne County Sibley County Stearns County Steele County Stevens County Swift County Todd County Traverse County Wabasha County Wadena County Waseca County Washington County Watonwan County Wilkin County Winona County Wright County Yellow Medicine County State undistributed Mississippi Adams County Alcorn County Amite County Attala County Benton County Bolivar County Calhoun County Carroll County Chickasaw County Choctaw County Claiborne County Clarke County Clay County Coahoma County Copiah County Covington County Desoto County Forrest County Franklin County George County Greene County Grenada County Hancock County Harrison County Hinds County Holmes County Humphreys County Issaquena County Itawamba County Jackson County Jasper County Jefferson County Jefferson Davis County Jones County Kemper County Lafayette County Lamar County Lauderdale County Lawrence County Leake County Lee County Leflore County Lincoln County Lowndes County Madison County See footnotes at end of table.

01 07 08 08 01 01 01 01 07 01 07 07 08 01 07 07 04 05 06 07 07 07 02 01 07 08 02 06 07 06 07 01 07 07 07 07 01 08 01 02 04 06 01 07 01 06 07

596 868 1 031 938 35 010 8 749 6 666 1 978 638 18 234 5 078 532 003 558 1 145 2 448 7 899 460 1 055 61 469 6 464 2 436 715 36 979 5 895 1 855 1 224 1 016 464 27 407 744 19 6 15 4 6 430 024 642 880 295

106 889 10 580 2 902 32 35 13 19 7 38 14 10 19 9 11 17 21 29 29 20 130 74 8 20 13 22 45 192 249 21 10 1 23 135 18 9 13 65 10 40 43 77 13 22 78 36 33 60 81 966 591 230 418 653 844 928 864 517 318 601 546 634 650 202 151 225 587 469 411 838 166 736 933 393 987 148 628 978 310 436 005 456 087 662 338 745 262 449 445 306 102 146 701 487 973

283 346 81 206 1 859 435 22 337 239 207 81 131 57 309 107 54 126 49 71 105 122 255 203 113 402 601 51 105 50 163 535 1 902 2 496 201 94 20 111 1 621 112 92 88 387 78 204 123 587 97 140 395 291 169 484 729 697 461 205 139 643 036 959 270 924 746 429 760 695 939 725 735 250 174 737 817 976 812 484 325 618 071 300 960 930 366 092 319 153 222 566 700 988 661 946 360 073 534 416 140 244 665

151 017 29 124 525 7 296 99 100 35 55 22 88 40 22 52 20 24 49 52 67 85 49 244 216 21 56 21 63 131 649 641 51 25 2 47 365 47 20 32 177 24 67 68 223 46 57 195 82 84 154 162 543 379 093 332 704 752 727 838 920 316 811 458 016 890 420 653 519 173 860 361 602 359 027 103 326 021 649 217 294 380 816 348 052 071 385 951 471 574 595 923 165 943 431 383 755 767

61 934 33 198 1 494 381 5 196 47 54 19 33 13 96 27 14 31 10 17 23 25 84 51 25 69 118 12 28 14 44 53 242 364 63 33 8 33 134 23 22 20 100 23 35 30 116 23 37 79 93 38 64 66 060 508 458 641 183 164 827 883 905 618 296 087 534 945 685 080 212 015 341 119 080 340 271 283 261 872 936 972 316 418 581 968 256 092 334 156 363 705 908 727 515 317 430 808 675 006

44 202 15 263 364 480 5 378 68 44 21 38 17 116 29 15 37 14 27 26 34 91 47 34 57 122 12 16 13 38 28 185 1 066 79 33 3 26 74 36 47 33 78 26 55 20 113 21 40 77 93 37 79 84 932 930 809 063 409 115 612 167 185 032 986 594 742 230 920 810 268 569 046 325 616 843 524 589 635 697 940 751 472 252 900 983 912 737 960 117 693 894 303 200 018 632 940 586 737 465

4 242 741 48 2 372 436 15 818 2 056 977 681 2 462 2 100 680 507 1 994 448 1 4 1 1 12 18 73 2 1 6 207 153 145 122 091 308 936 291 559 508 511 977 383 265 542 540 900 224

21 951 2 879 – 2 093 7 5 4 3 1 5 8 1 3 2 1 2 8 9 6 3 12 70 3 3 1 11 114 671 278 727 827 789 126 667 544 692 701 408 786 888 499 311 565 765 901 692 909 980 035 294 005 121 810 495 257

03 01 03 02 01 02 01 02 01 01 02 04 01 02 02 03 01 04 03 04 04 01 04 04 02 03 02 02 02 01 04 03 04 02 03 04 03 01 04 03 03 02 03 01 02 03 01 02 03

1 649 388 6 472 1 473 900 758 567 261 581 11 225 398 26 107 673 29 370 646 683 7 10 1 93 399 058 265 027 224 000

4 125 1 631 377 2 842 145 038 3 1 1 19 4 20 2 104 4 4 35 11 7 91 17 453 672 740 662 078 355 815 770 864 692 583 351 335 853 428

Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004
U.S. Census Bureau

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Table 15.
[Thousand dollars]

Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 25 35 37 11 29 22 12 41 35 51 12 39 28 25 9 128 28 6 27 15 14 33 14 26 20 19 10 26 15 49 59 21 10 10 19 440 498 947 721 511 165 283 309 373 835 236 260 099 745 715 380 656 083 784 857 445 392 255 133 979 051 066 449 193 113 567 227 116 182 797

State and county area

Total 180 213 209 104 188 162 89 263 215 271 62 253 124 151 98 531 163 54 141 80 101 215 132 137 137 151 77 126 89 452 456 104 68 62 116 595 793 718 082 902 828 302 785 549 062 085 032 974 498 732 893 778 224 120 406 382 557 960 798 682 672 744 612 564 713 097 016 501 929 045

Retirement and disability 72 78 97 35 60 69 30 80 82 140 28 111 58 69 25 242 67 13 67 35 45 57 31 57 61 65 18 62 33 134 146 45 30 23 51 133 268 298 116 595 371 760 897 433 566 597 595 119 620 893 936 865 975 644 742 731 680 417 462 123 167 956 194 919 698 115 050 975 740 260

Other direct payments 42 44 55 25 57 46 19 43 54 73 13 68 30 37 37 83 41 21 35 17 33 82 41 39 34 30 27 30 22 78 111 21 17 14 26 234 832 536 560 601 654 214 249 840 940 658 656 794 454 603 926 190 510 832 323 810 657 006 159 938 190 450 422 794 883 816 524 400 321 642

Grants 49 84 48 38 53 34 36 108 60 36 17 61 31 40 33 150 42 16 32 23 16 70 42 34 35 26 28 29 29 60 164 33 17 24 34 707 488 205 000 144 294 809 168 271 196 961 996 433 443 206 543 547 210 717 880 173 083 919 430 471 294 411 191 651 251 433 848 272 143 821

Procurement 10 543 1 094 1 815 569 3 846 847 354 10 015 11 986 9 402 445 1 530 779 548 364 5 125 1 337 444 861 419 989 766 12 433 2 271 2 319 26 046 1 713 980 1 009 87 168 5 270 783 401 149 733 1 201 13 618 1 561 7 991 155 1 384 2 788 730 972 1 878 513 813 1 821 492 42 070 13 388 4 578 530 21 242 1 210 15 428 731 699 6 812 1 246 736 2 969 538 20 388 994 9 187 945 749 657 549 2 396 431 18 648 343 4 582 4 082 671 563 51 973 613 700 1 718 740 772 531 3 1 1 363 24 34 807 214 111 242 350

Salaries and wages 5 5 6 4 13 11 2 21 6 10 1 9 3 3 1 49 10 2 4 3 4 4 5 4 3 3 1 3 2 91 978 110 863 837 716 662 165 456 019 957 425 255 849 433 666 364 839 084 067 043 679 372 185 476 831 975 215 826 192 713

Mississippi Con. Marion County Marshall County Monroe County Montgomery County Neshoba County Newton County Noxubee County Oktibbeha County Panola County Pearl River County Perry County Pike County Pontotoc County Prentiss County Quitman County Rankin County Scott County Sharkey County Simpson County Smith County Stone County Sunflower County Tallahatchie County Tate County Tippah County Tishomingo County Tunica County Union County Walthall County Warren County Washington County Wayne County Webster County Wilkinson County Winston County Yalobusha County Yazoo County State undistributed Missouri Adair County Andrew County Atchison County Audrain County Barry County Barton County Bates County Benton County Bollinger County Boone County Buchanan County Butler County Caldwell County Callaway County Camden County Cape Girardeau County Carroll County Carter County Cass County Cedar County Chariton County Christian County Clark County Clay County Clinton County Cole County Cooper County Crawford County Dade County Dallas County Daviess County De Kalb County Dent County Douglas County Dunklin County Franklin County Gasconade County Gentry County Greene County Grundy County Harrison County Henry County Hickory County Holt County Howard County Howell County Iron County Jackson County Jasper County Jefferson County See footnotes at end of table.

03 04 01 01 02 03 03 03 03 01 04 04 03 01 01 02 03 03 02 03 03 04 02 02 01 01 01 02 01 03 02 02 04 01 03 03 03 01 02

28 464 2 812 2 453 576 2 590 3 759 19 090 – 4 041 8 4 2 4 13 2 3 4 2 117 26 29 2 41 4 27 3 3 65 2 2 7 2 55 4 19 3 2 2 2 2 1 3 2 9 20 2 5 168 2 4 5 1 2 2 8 1 963 30 21 576 966 889 261 181 038 674 645 578 080 632 847 449 211 369 443 685 510 659 678 932 802 843 112 239 222 016 182 505 121 249 717 934 910 580 771 216 591 999 078 803 467 345 988 249 259 684 571 494 154 854

13 337 28 211 5 754 24 16 6 25 35 13 16 18 12 141 84 40 9 42 38 70 10 5 91 13 8 64 7 197 20 71 17 23 7 16 8 12 15 13 32 98 15 6 247 10 8 22 9 5 9 37 10 660 109 210 618 666 834 302 658 314 070 965 519 341 367 825 989 204 086 702 730 129 963 593 894 142 273 356 588 683 996 259 647 829 328 166 488 067 546 488 234 612 523 932 183 816 701 167 087 940 995 329 095 460 397

106 395 222 572 1 435 530 45 730 145 70 51 156 196 66 98 132 72 770 515 356 55 238 189 350 75 46 410 93 65 210 44 600 105 1 617 93 114 52 85 56 44 120 76 303 446 84 63 1 351 79 73 147 65 55 64 246 78 5 941 630 705 137 365 699 098 884 934 122 845 846 100 840 246 746 012 753 493 866 658 780 423 000 797 562 629 544 262 278 304 823 510 657 029 529 829 956 847 126 071 057 428 704 172 716 179 011 241 654 451 732 887 182

46 164 63 984 656 14 070 45 29 18 66 101 28 44 76 29 254 225 132 24 86 114 159 28 21 208 46 22 131 17 282 51 275 40 60 24 40 20 19 44 32 94 229 45 21 611 30 25 74 36 16 23 113 34 1 743 290 394 928 663 857 740 020 498 994 285 088 037 015 834 335 435 669 998 913 153 538 290 992 320 497 381 265 145 957 296 558 021 585 204 714 363 477 678 338 731 483 237 692 789 935 004 538 059 138 496 801 990 017

26 941 60 860 1 069 549 10 892 38 20 23 55 43 22 32 32 15 147 137 89 20 50 47 75 30 9 77 23 27 37 15 178 30 88 29 28 13 18 21 17 23 15 80 100 22 24 288 28 30 42 17 17 22 52 18 1 027 152 166 183 212 298 197 794 576 827 440 207 577 210 955 103 228 680 372 427 327 120 951 517 475 380 548 770 557 506 771 766 371 577 651 515 807 856 142 065 497 331 888 259 439 363 406 885 061 981 215 405 765 805

28 331 65 020 363 764 8 734 51 12 6 29 36 11 17 18 24 209 111 101 7 38 21 72 12 11 51 18 12 30 9 63 18 1 224 19 22 12 23 9 4 30 25 114 92 12 10 231 17 11 23 9 17 16 68 22 843 132 88 296 139 866 170 917 944 113 662 151 915 913 223 281 609 794 469 411 936 764 691 313 463 872 050 881 343 611 110 246 339 696 060 935 102 701 674 424 581 680 252 338 777 355 041 567 331 044 956 921 736 156

09 06 06 09 07 04 04 04 08 09 06 08 06 09 04 09 08 06 08 04 05 04 06 07 09 06 06 04 06 09 04 04 06 06 08 08 08 09 09 06 07 06 06 04 04 06 06 08 08 04 05 06 07 03

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Table 15.
[Thousand dollars]

Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 50 4 33 33 36 10 45 13 14 22 15 11 8 28 3 24 13 15 9 12 20 18 54 21 10 13 9 19 18 39 41 18 80 28 44 5 9 25 23 6 13 320 9 18 60 1 009 23 4 4 40 8 6 29 30 6 41 24 20 27 23 13 34 2 18 343 926 8 13 6 4 9 1 79 5 11 1 8 9 2 11 81 75 1 13 1 2 669 199 617 134 710 261 816 281 269 363 554 948 877 410 618 624 697 042 467 085 263 969 775 754 441 324 431 571 289 753 726 403 967 320 478 074 682 120 937 603 839 734 540 264 724 235 059 348 907 891 381 709 773 720 938 939 476 383 809 955 112 133 294 177 279 865 845 005 668 530 755 324 849 575 454 844 635 088 774 539 217 637 218 508 117 853

State and county area

Total 455 36 183 185 174 71 156 103 110 109 116 73 43 176 28 134 123 67 70 78 118 197 213 112 78 56 71 222 93 237 290 114 271 165 806 40 54 158 103 51 111 1 288 70 75 342 5 765 157 35 35 257 54 51 247 149 55 228 151 121 107 121 118 157 19 133 9 095 3 096 7 493 70 112 90 30 51 27 806 66 86 27 58 64 20 91 447 347 31 134 10 16 998 635 719 987 544 089 165 314 259 842 654 444 147 273 772 682 649 954 759 229 686 112 553 327 833 868 910 215 929 326 135 172 217 221 771 975 613 094 584 165 174 861 409 743 655 109 471 089 921 625 110 438 660 975 826 948 109 963 419 950 092 939 539 091 374 952 567 022 953 731 212 619 970 672 684 854 193 401 519 304 387 681 391 188 911 790 516

Retirement and disability 107 11 97 86 86 25 82 42 39 45 44 35 20 71 9 68 37 31 26 34 68 49 100 42 34 25 33 52 42 108 124 43 128 78 128 14 22 64 49 20 46 591 32 42 166 2 539 60 14 11 113 21 19 89 95 17 122 77 53 59 53 54 81 6 56 816 2 393 22 20 14 15 23 3 256 14 35 6 24 30 6 35 219 123 3 24 3 7 955 286 374 486 282 545 311 970 018 115 873 034 794 940 769 508 031 828 568 066 590 018 988 055 416 314 025 370 172 789 603 253 660 080 573 192 458 573 073 619 356 658 117 751 076 805 099 248 300 488 504 735 248 638 215 738 090 571 577 093 136 081 864 975 020 903 731 558 700 455 709 976 040 193 227 211 444 812 869 895 171 995 689 005 606 207 962

Other direct payments 51 16 35 57 41 21 40 37 33 22 38 18 11 49 11 35 31 20 25 23 30 55 50 39 14 17 13 56 23 65 50 31 54 37 32 13 16 49 34 10 22 196 17 20 87 1 374 50 10 15 59 10 19 74 32 18 51 28 36 29 27 24 31 6 28 910 2 751 1 629 15 23 28 7 13 8 102 39 18 15 19 15 8 28 62 44 8 30 5 3 760 666 094 547 762 225 760 258 250 232 705 636 581 455 582 377 115 708 386 616 196 234 362 026 950 613 634 494 592 212 275 642 043 662 803 949 497 205 647 740 961 035 339 212 505 447 303 507 776 797 460 618 737 157 794 374 988 739 126 149 445 375 893 823 200 858 390 206 682 454 199 161 906 283 142 214 985 198 353 520 547 267 712 380 367 626 015

Grants 31 6 44 28 35 19 25 17 30 34 25 17 9 45 6 26 52 11 13 16 16 79 43 22 26 11 22 107 19 50 61 22 24 42 48 10 10 38 15 17 37 120 18 10 74 965 36 6 6 75 19 8 64 18 15 35 38 24 13 36 28 38 3 42 1 372 344 1 997 19 39 35 4 9 14 133 9 16 2 11 13 4 17 88 110 18 53 1 2 961 063 031 586 378 996 474 901 295 808 496 082 610 101 082 695 764 746 683 644 673 671 120 573 532 236 633 760 759 647 996 473 026 575 840 753 464 148 664 714 493 461 226 689 389 275 436 108 932 527 304 376 092 773 348 047 724 839 120 914 664 280 978 965 140 015 362 034 941 251 714 838 804 857 423 680 835 399 120 356 267 105 238 821 248 536 936

Procurement 82 855 514 1 900 5 107 1 239 1 1 1 1 2 055 452 107 892 262

Salaries and wages 181 2 5 8 9 3 6 4 5 5 466 106 319 261 882 268 167 078 805 424

Missouri Con. Johnson County Knox County Laclede County Lafayette County Lawrence County Lewis County Lincoln County Linn County Livingston County McDonald County Macon County Madison County Maries County Marion County Mercer County Miller County Mississippi County Moniteau County Monroe County Montgomery County Morgan County New Madrid County Newton County Nodaway County Oregon County Osage County Ozark County Pemiscot County Perry County Pettis County Phelps County Pike County Platte County Polk County Pulaski County Putnam County Ralls County Randolph County Ray County Reynolds County Ripley County St. Charles County St. Clair County Ste. Genevieve County St. Francois County St. Louis County Saline County Schuyler County Scotland County Scott County Shannon County Shelby County Stoddard County Stone County Sullivan County Taney County Texas County Vernon County Warren County Washington County Wayne County Webster County Worth County Wright County St. Louis City Area State undistributed Montana Beaverhead County Big Horn County Blaine County Broadwater County Carbon County Carter County Cascade County Chouteau County Custer County Daniels County Dawson County Anaconda Deer Lodge County Fallon County Fergus County Flathead County Gallatin County Garfield County Glacier County Golden Valley County Granite County See footnotes at end of table.

04 09 04 04 07 09 02 06 06 07 09 08 09 09 06 09 08 04 09 09 04 08 07 06 08 09 08 08 08 04 08 09 06 04 07 04 06 09 09 04 08 08 02 09 04 03 08 01 02 03 04 06 09 08 08 09 08 07 06 07 08 08 04 09 08 08 04 06 08 01 03

924 1 214 235 6 218 232 869 534 828 1 944 803 720 5 906 4 709 1 531 906 566 816 2 103 1 574 2 425 16 12 20 1 137 984 698 428 927 553

6 655 1 477 927 3 559 1 107 3 2 2 3 3 2 7 14 7 2 2 1 3 6 10 36 4 44 4 459 1 4 4 3 1 2 57 1 1 12 434 8 3 1 6 2 2 16 2 2 10 5 5 3 4 3 5 1 3 822 885 10 22 8 2 3 211 1 13 1 234 206 844 177 099 508 283 374 141 030 140 801 488 832 253 277 106 060 977 002 615 148 949 424 486 917 435 911 669 217 703 593 862 566 596 487 516 752 528 970 793 392 618 970 042 223 059 390 442 289 – 996 819 884 561 143 418 917 990 740 665 746

465 1 046 1 219 776 605 1 448 323 272 815 421 2 468 450 880 2 041 364 348 2 217 355 1 193 2 831 880 1 500 8 997 915 1 196 1 627 751 7 624 2 144 414 885 5 174 724 175 587 2 5 4 088 405 745 010 447 1 225

00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

302 102 349 2 151 3 083 183 421 641 115 2 278 30 784 26 747 135 7 712 106 1 233

2 571 4 535 417 8 124 46 530 42 005 848 18 978 314 1 371

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Table 15.
[Thousand dollars]

Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 16 10 2 27 57 2 19 1 7 1 3 99 4 15 4 6 1 6 1 39 9 10 9 10 3 33 8 3 6 376 857 191 919 972 020 101 775 079 977 879 018 515 791 492 201 148 785 873 147 376 112 660 270 945 620 093 391 699 283

State and county area

Total 164 63 20 225 814 32 143 19 35 13 26 554 31 95 5 47 59 14 36 12 306 67 144 83 70 51 271 41 29 63 50 4 84 22 15 676 516 082 300 545 201 889 820 133 690 057 032 815 605 028 385 955 659 236 492 174 049 221 358 790 778 443 338 070 597 693 873 008 153 412

Retirement and disability 42 27 6 68 172 9 69 4 18 5 14 206 13 42 1 11 16 3 17 3 118 22 21 17 38 12 102 20 8 17 7 1 25 6 2 064 601 106 865 477 994 137 304 569 372 965 314 498 543 050 977 147 506 195 977 591 899 170 895 869 850 104 811 427 342 980 986 136 390 664

Other direct payments 58 6 9 39 73 19 18 12 8 3 4 85 8 18 3 18 26 5 6 5 32 20 27 14 11 19 52 12 4 23 22 2 23 9 4 738 747 252 412 906 560 199 582 010 519 209 070 983 673 144 266 816 906 768 668 560 693 491 844 312 117 137 580 142 809 986 081 977 521 126

Grants 52 9 2 57 465 1 18 1 4 3 4 139 8 17 12 14 4 7 2 40 17 51 33 13 7 57 5 14 18 877 003 512 815 237 237 696 936 482 053 154 790 058 344 507 133 222 132 267 178 318 210 566 439 709 869 392 330 650 060

Procurement 1 460 2 147 626 52 645 22 243 450 17 074 176 835 442 509 31 506 317 12 395 83 1 441 498 199 1 478 225 88 1 33 7 1 215 376 227 650 680

Salaries and wages 9 18 1 6 80 538 018 587 563 682

Montana Con. Hill County Jefferson County Judith Basin County Lake County Lewis and Clark County Liberty County Lincoln County McCone County Madison County Meagher County Mineral County Missoula County Musselshell County Park County Petroleum County Phillips County Pondera County Powder River County Powell County Prairie County Ravalli County Richland County Roosevelt County Rosebud County Sanders County Sheridan County Butte Silver Bow County Stillwater County Sweet Grass County Teton County Toole County Treasure County Valley County Wheatland County Wibaux County Yellowstone County Yellowstone National Park State undistributed Nebraska Adams County Antelope County Arthur County Banner County Blaine County Boone County Box Butte County Boyd County Brown County Buffalo County Burt County Butler County Cass County Cedar County Chase County Cherry County Cheyenne County Clay County Colfax County Cuming County Custer County Dakota County Dawes County Dawson County Deuel County Dixon County Dodge County Douglas County Dundy County Fillmore County Franklin County Frontier County Furnas County Gage County Garden County Garfield County Gosper County Grant County Greeley County Hall County Hamilton County Harlan County Hayes County Hitchcock County Holt County Hooker County Howard County Jefferson County Johnson County Kearney County See footnotes at end of table.

00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

959 20 783 823 3 236 1 304 2 220 91 353 959 4 650 244 3 569 2 272 916 3 528 443 26 4 10 9 5 4 16 1 1 2 490 870 768 530 220 327 948 751 670 570

7 614 42 862 866 182 1 816 2 324 196 16 540 251 66 43 292 6 103 697 175 4 144 3 331 33 36 66 733 918 273 267 1 857 661 655 2 599 887 237 725 2 542 1 659 500 610 944 688 3 614 5 039 99 2 977 4 909 208 732 166 497 389 232 703 1 491 8 596 154 99 109 248 6 551 509 422 33 260 596 33 414 476 418 2 153

5 094 745 7 270 2 068 971 134 717

9 965 187 9 664 4 376 8 219 129 617 – 141 753 2 530 936 37 212 9 524 171 852 3 105 6 11 2 4 39 8 10 17 8 3 9 12 4 7 16 27 22 18 26 12 6 26 634 3 7 4 3 13 29 7 210 938 993 223 555 187 459 232 169 896 328 391 471 823 826 093 844 700 063 367 922 157 695 206 335 123 121 662 646 839

7 438 424 8 690 1 615 335 126 126 – – 1 298 258 8 343 2 134 126 186 251 1 3 1 1 13 1 2 5 3 1 2 2 11 3 2 3 4 9 5 806 917 165 090 912 884 957 691 939 211 506 922 283 842 876 038 558 524 745 579

752 991 46 424 461 11 794 171 54 2 7 5 44 68 21 23 188 56 60 126 56 35 35 67 58 59 65 95 86 68 119 27 41 192 2 818 25 53 30 26 57 148 33 13 17 4 22 301 55 31 13 34 85 4 41 62 30 52 834 785 402 227 995 559 104 945 211 253 780 333 876 832 263 487 175 409 834 198 378 886 135 478 787 700 718 974 339 320 315 924 094 754 156 120 488 787 706 425 657 905 411 794 884 926 720 662 845 748 276

320 125 40 66 4 069 77 17 1 1 1 15 31 7 10 81 22 21 67 20 11 14 25 20 23 23 32 36 22 47 6 13 95 1 093 6 19 11 6 18 67 8 6 6 1 7 130 21 11 1 10 28 2 17 25 12 15 531 913 176 261 050 307 564 953 188 678 707 612 436 731 897 299 986 781 242 296 487 125 326 604 599 948 660 737 392 110 362 130 942 318 556 880 238 811 934 448 381 565 616 621 517 206 565 077 486 076 610

133 831 – 282 539 3 198 934 44 172 22 237 636 5 872 829 19 20 9 6 51 22 25 33 22 18 7 23 21 23 21 32 21 14 35 7 16 55 508 15 24 13 14 23 42 6 792 219 592 995 749 989 368 579 370 845 630 773 180 737 578 684 718 036 340 707 276 265 606 148 127 656 754 065 518 727

03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 01 01 01 01 03 03 03 03 03 01 01 03 01 03 03 03 01 01 02 03 03 03 03 03 01 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 01 03

1 747 214 30 913 7 111 402 762 518 5 11 2 3 43 7 8 25 9 3 6 9 6 10 9 11 20 8 24 2 6 36 482 2 6 3 2 5 23 2 831 388 267 430 406 490 813 671 059 961 071 902 778 498 786 515 612 746 532 019 110 066 112 202 462 425 875 128 436 170

1 884 10 905 372 913 690 1 995 1 1 2 6 1 626 045 006 945 077

1 838 2 034 670 2 537 54 862 9 3 1 3 10 6 8 4 6 484 641 115 021 858 749 722 090 563 880

4 170 9 680 716 9 075 64 707 24 13 9 17 31 1 14 20 11 26 325 717 557 718 027 203 832 527 965 932

2 441 670 1 570 4 546 63 594 7 4 2 5 22 7 14 4 5 568 323 339 356 892 655 517 294 137 933

486 526 377 1 108 36 425 1 939 1 333 243 1 033 3 206 1 2 2 1 264 822 062 153 647

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Table 15.
[Thousand dollars]

Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 8 401 938 3 783 8 995 261 545 34 979 710 703 524 35 752 8 5 3 7 4 15 2 3 9 7 31 5 11 8 1 14 135 20 36 16 5 3 1 6 5 7 4 19 9 101 252 751 067 833 488 842 081 632 692 245 408 131 884 579 275 973 344 631 656 817 175 447 520 498 642 134 521 605 214

State and county area

Total 51 5 31 74 1 919 208 6 3 3 189 53 33 33 49 47 88 29 35 62 47 127 39 78 70 11 88 1 045 102 234 79 42 31 5 23 45 6 82 36 79 46 35 6 86 602 12 769 275 8 002 187 160 15 9 70 28 29 196 96 218 29 31 1 868 193 935 214 479 380 737 868 391 872 320 262 678 289 659 169 899 395 336 880 349 896 017 727 017 695 641 095 469 920 717 565 924 675 158 577 280 703 720 289 828 670 754 019 193 413 675 188 670 387 029 482 538 346 543 098 230 344 737 318 619

Retirement and disability 24 2 13 25 543 103 2 1 1 81 20 14 9 19 16 40 9 9 26 15 66 13 34 29 4 34 246 45 106 36 17 9 1 8 18 1 13 13 37 16 128 012 181 718 234 098 551 319 601 277 491 251 591 344 376 026 723 022 392 765 433 692 356 436 421 101 734 537 245 703 467 902 848 020 909 544 394 310 588 338

Other direct payments 16 2 13 26 389 402 040 265 336 026

Grants 7 1 3 18 714 787 725 583 169 826

Procurement 781 33 321 1 434 77 873 2 533 33 33 33 9 059 1 556 387 186 1 952 381 1 426 344 209 698 728 1 793 333 2 533 563 91 8 274 9 5 2 524 773 057 392 802 310 331 558 168 496 1 606 3 094 315 4 427 427 298 66 4 930 – 1 599 71 1 239 9 7 503 429 373 268 141 560 73 258 684 727 482

Salaries and wages 2 095 126 863 2 822 194 421 17 285 126 126 126 13 868 1 952 1 166 790 2 233 1 672 3 1 1 2 1 8 1 4 2 4 427 5 12 3 245 231 488 184 637 293 227 450 332 366 125 225 612 959 236

Nebraska Con. Keith County Keya Paha County Kimball County Knox County Lancaster County Lincoln County Logan County Loup County McPherson County Madison County Merrick County Morrill County Nance County Nemaha County Nuckolls County Otoe County Pawnee County Perkins County Phelps County Pierce County Platte County Polk County Red Willow County Richardson County Rock County Saline County Sarpy County Saunders County Scotts Bluff County Seward County Sheridan County Sherman County Sioux County Stanton County Thayer County Thomas County Thurston County Valley County Washington County Wayne County Webster County Wheeler County York County State undistributed Nevada Churchill County Clark County Douglas County Elko County Esmeralda County Eureka County Humboldt County Lander County Lincoln County Lyon County Mineral County Nye County Pershing County Storey County Washoe County White Pine County Carson City City Area State undistributed New Hampshire Belknap County Carroll County Cheshire County Coos County Grafton County Hillsborough County Merrimack County Rockingham County Strafford County Sullivan County State undistributed New Jersey Atlantic County Bergen County Burlington County Camden County Cape May County Cumberland County Essex County Gloucester County Hudson County Hunterdon County Mercer County Middlesex County Monmouth County Morris County Ocean County See footnotes at end of table.

03 03 03 03 01 03 03 03 03 01 03 03 03 01 03 01 01 03 03 03 03 03 03 01 03 03 01 02 01 03 01 03 03 03 01 03 03 01 03 01 01 03 03 03

51 054 2 767 1 482 940 42 827 19 12 15 18 16 28 13 21 24 22 34 20 27 25 4 26 42 33 50 27 14 10 1 10 17 1 18 11 22 17 14 4 32 495 2 351 25 1 176 30 18 1 1 14 5 4 31 953 158 664 072 250 984 588 924 378 399 220 378 095 091 941 312 280 466 666 564 211 893 635 888 544 264 516 901 044 259 169 305 824 040 616 213 154 060 377 182 555 585 474 693 961

34 767 1 392 432 1 172 42 289 9 5 7 8 12 15 4 2 9 6 17 3 10 12 1 15 54 8 59 9 9 9 1 2 6 40 9 11 10 309 716 058 059 489 218 508 693 228 820 157 387 294 594 877 579 082 797 657 411 242 825 191 836 733 332 665 393 991 193

1 334 973 443 1 246 1 895 1 7 1 3 2 534 034 802 238 611

3 876 811 14 228 2 334 24 1 650 45 44 1 16 5 4 43 4 37 6 3 380 771 355 671 394 551 830 414 893 112 286 230 912 714 405 737 754

12 928 1 720 36 322 74 5 149 78 3 491 118 62 10 2 29 8 13 122 23 155 8 4 812 411 944 503 204 969 953 986 118 731 458 695 046 891 860 910 390

6 821 411 7 980 107 078 2 321 36 1 125 24 49 1 4 14 8 4 29 15 14 11 1 411 630 475 286 119 845 855 635 256 094 836 915 458 960 295 002 889

1 454 251 3 963 – 1 347 63 969 6 22 252 614 872 019 055 479 233 321 363 828 045

02 01 02 03 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02

3 1 4 6

9 4 1 5

8 207 32 609 7 978 826 293 175 9 713 60 176 629 680 1 411 65 45 72 53 82 307 135 199 103 44 301 14 549 378 1 141 464 741 204 228 1 302 291 804 97 550 890 764 436 953 826 946 722 025 730 565 862 568 366 075 361 606 149 366 793 499 590 575 261 607 496 138 283 537 772 791 391 059

46 254 5 250 949 24 330 142 090 7 040 29 499 96 985 8 2 14 1 74 624 28 211 15 2 6 132 225 591 1 338 322 36 49 237 42 189 16 323 335 1 114 229 120 478 974 575 955 920 710 439 647 951 066 242 – 289 196 832 119 267 005 260 516 372 743 999 074 350 451 689 230

3 264 9 634 656 251 209 075 8 661 32 882 – 654 13 9 12 15 29 321 51 166 28 6 4 327 242 238 524 201 68 50 544 101 481 25 187 262 478 256 195 280 869 370 436 063 824 226 317 335 133 708 – 784 794 945 632 353 651 424 196 512 118 796 343 379 197 867 895

8 539 55 974 1 299 60 46 76 33 84 398 145 292 118 42 8 698 268 902 449 516 100 151 796 271 606 129 365 785 636 488 553 500 858 762 872 511 169 574 542 526 217 469 879 693 998 685 282 758 183 684 806 240 746 271 095 298 173 251

67 911 671 200 811 099 7 958 332 254 376 242 603 518 477 903 773 890 151

23 695 180 278 779 3 028 176 146 186 109 212 828 314 627 284 141 18 921 616 2 080 1 139 1 188 337 337 1 522 562 915 245 197 712 445 215 367 302 499 430 869 085 841 431 947 557 583 358 820 936 676 513 667 279 453

18 802 368 363 180 545 1 878 66 50 91 62 203 400 496 195 184 60 65 11 333 320 508 266 539 82 249 2 120 156 1 109 54 2 045 729 464 210 267 737 976 792 143 810 750 167 576 973 540 120 891 180 059 447 210 291 992 474 618 717 278 546 978 577 068 748 417

01 02 01 02 02 02 02 01 02 01 02 01 02 01 02

2 482 193 1 026 537 1 401 494 614 898 255 271 367 928 55 1 4 3 2 264 782 561 732 993 730 350 972 601 818 322 159

02 05 09 01 02 03 04 01 02 03 02 02 08 10 11 13 01 02 09 10 13 07 12 04 12 06 07 12 13 04 06 12 11 03 04

915 095 5 727 450 1 154 764 3 499 556 440 076 4 3 4 2 3 071 635 298 112 374 875 387 847 289 923

964 944 1 417 311 1 477 340 978 594 1 838 323

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Table 15.
[Thousand dollars]

Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 500 65 316 152 531 110 1 903 593 3 61 27 13 45 2 186 51 29 427 346 750 218 957 018 289 765 440 635 549 831 662 035 095 688 443

State and county area

Total 2 704 361 1 138 519 2 745 526 4 236 233 404 636 053 978 977 935

Retirement and disability 915 162 569 282 1 120 247 1 278 104 588 918 102 074 531

Other direct payments 617 104 223 123 739 141 3 350 2 475 556 2 66 11 17 66 4 168 65 37 6 2 8 76 17 11 30 59 4 47 22 43 49 63 104 37 99 24 18 26 11 9 63 639 34 726 496 60 264 149 97 178 113 50 78 77 45 59 283 1 307 47 56 62 76 55 7 87 102 24 64 64 410 417 063 114 578 291 119 868 900 819 775 981 481 948 428 959 274 690 361 500 208 142 372 013 136 019 867 941 644 772 155 047 611 107 423 013 532 107 474 577 859 734 294 022 016 146 105 545 693 356 690 398 394 601 767 493 504 213 550 611 586 209 571 053 702 252 052 350

Grants 619 64 140 63 515 78 726 4 662 976 4 116 30 28 76 5 287 91 56 32 2 8 82 31 22 40 264 29 67 27 160 35 119 191 142 635 29 90 85 27 10 77 773 167 043 306 374 329 971 572 536 152 936 664 810 258 060 658 310 361 822 190 353 677 667 075 136 109 520 476 647 910 891 812 764 246 152 084 708 169 559 871 396 175 917

Procurement 463 9 92 24 172 38 158 996 643 316 369 711 438 713

Salaries and wages 88 21 113 25 198 21 381 198 363 278 258 204 –

New Jersey Con. Passaic County Salem County Somerset County Sussex County Union County Warren County State undistributed New Mexico Bernalillo County Catron County Chaves County Cibola County Colfax County Curry County De Baca County Dona Ana County Eddy County Grant County Guadalupe County Harding County Hidalgo County Lea County Lincoln County Los Alamos County Luna County McKinley County Mora County Otero County Quay County Rio Arriba County Roosevelt County Sandoval County San Juan County San Miguel County Santa Fe County Sierra County Socorro County Taos County Torrance County Union County Valencia County State undistributed New York Albany County Allegany County Broome County Cattaraugus County Cayuga County Chautauqua County Chemung County Chenango County Clinton County Columbia County Cortland County Delaware County Dutchess County Erie County Essex County Franklin County Fulton County Genesee County Greene County Hamilton County Herkimer County Jefferson County Lewis County Livingston County Madison County Monroe County Montgomery County Nassau County New York City Area Niagara County Oneida County Onondaga County Ontario County Orange County Orleans County Oswego County Otsego County Putnam County Rensselaer County Rockland County St. Lawrence County Saratoga County Schenectady County Schoharie County Schuyler County See footnotes at end of table.

05 08 09 11 02 06 07 11 12 05 11 06 07 10 13 05

01 02 03 02 02 02 03 03 02 02 02 02 02 03 02 02 02 03 02 02 03 03 02 03 03 03 01 03 03 03 01 03 02 02 03 01 03 01 02

19 863 967 7 309 187 27 517 375 625 137 368 98 225 458 18 1 388 496 210 51 8 38 281 121 1 989 161 602 52 651 85 316 127 427 614 272 1 180 118 172 213 79 35 323 1 416 193 663 599 786 748 435 640 300 993 161 896 058 398 084 268 221 435 368 594 472 711 726 318 182 624 922 590 668 995

4 680 750 1 595 827 13 971 155 345 52 015 43 688 122 7 406 133 100 10 2 17 114 63 32 74 124 15 204 31 88 37 210 222 72 333 56 39 76 595 552 505 609 803 255 686 387 565 738 327 874 452 132 187 252 366 289 802 529 529 169 884 266 681

5 972 835 3 171 117 1 689 15 651 24 930 3 448 38 785 243 361 095 169 798 2 809 781 477 257 1 625 3 247 1 908 295 3 786 36 169 514 115 452 5 1 16 18 6 37 1 9 5 542 518 852 607 953 925 170 532 797 840

2 071 978 1 009 191 4 103 21 189 17 633 5 351 153 805 781 164 730 36 744 12 623 1 847 624 3 770 6 995 5 728 16 12 118 2 216 2 17 3 17 77 13 75 6 14 19 125 154 239 094 040 874 887 260 374 133 998 880 181 417 438

4 530 774 5 186 56 231 20 727 18 26 72 5 63 9 40 18 102 124 29 138 12 18 31 796 129 425 212 282 483 710 165 120 166 514 705 961 177 464

16 864 3 827 68 698 19 227 298 50 197 83 81 137 89 51 81 63 49 47 293 936 38 51 55 59 49 5 63 111 26 64 70 088 432 575 696 179 916 267 984 861 875 668 006 328 395 318 901 009 463 689 195 227 858 467 564 819 407

36 319 12 268 170 948 935 41 208 620 1 132 676 120 272 543 940 215 567 187 855 374 251 133 199 163 104 130 645 2 575 111 118 134 151 131 18 162 262 62 139 160 901 895 311 207 519 853 228 788 527 816 433 422 655 627 434 442 814 240 274 032

714 468 4 341 2 409 8 888 129 4 140 27 14 46 8 5 22 10 7 45 21 345 24 3 2 14 13 6 227 7 3 7 319 9 716 2 016 42 99 513 51 169 10 10 14 8 19 110 17 12 1 430 1 1 842 184 046 443 448 375 362 040 875 207 954 404 394 439 432 822 360 591 638 557 532 453 062 548 280 371 789 253 478 467 622 078 881 394 802 388 116 235 286 240 596 325 531 946 469 108

3 543 2 881 7 345 – 9 070 323 7 49 27 11 27 28 8 40 11 8 23 75 546 21 13 11 29 7 1 8 632 4 12 10 247 7 533 3 770 83 150 272 55 294 5 20 11 12 42 61 36 75 66 5 3 246 651 980 978 936 528 957 682 003 897 575 361 835 118 486 945 557 706 810 718 267 164 855 511 023 403 273 390 112 214 494 689 174 788 425 809 499 597 334 089 325 820 432 569 679 727

21 29 22 24 29 24 25 27 29 24 23 20 24 20 22 19 20 22 26 27 28 20 23 23 21 23 26 20 23 24 23 23 26 23 25 26 28 29 21 02 03 04 05
2

143 902 576 5 019 630 264 591 1 279 470 607 776 433 267 844 556 276 468 377 910 129 099 461 069

50 008 574 2 938 097 72 276 280 963 187 721 121 965 216 154 78 127 113 65 76 364 1 688 70 111 72 79 63 4 82 179 40 62 81 997 158 219 752 626 277 511 793 790 647 103 082 681 310 765 865 402 840 655 294

231 496 335 735 1 390 631 6 463 738 276 443 303 283 352 271 32 346 1 404 139 281 323 002 411 370 421 570 977 835 390 284 450

26 28 23 24 25 24 29 19 22 26 28 23 20 24 19 20 21 17 18 19 23 20 21 21 21 29

735 177 49 283 1 339 641 8 104 079 218 060 234 459 103 370 44 123 62 100 154 293 111 212 148 32 19 962 805 504 352 138 776 518 570 077 626 306 706 042 012 505

4 444 080 319 571 8 049 151 63 702 634 1 300 310 1 689 208 3 140 850 579 849 1 913 361 217 551 590 347 343 2 425 1 525 659 844 2 352 176 101 281 755 627 329 709 267 281 640 760 252

1 676 583 149 508 3 375 311 13 978 169 602 492 691 1 127 261 722 96 290 156 183 376 620 281 463 427 78 47 952 417 729 720 048 567 916 540 826 094 603 902 374 354 948

935 764 84 729 2 129 580 14 394 574 295 686 334 534 110 348 46 111 70 87 211 357 123 152 202 33 17 311 615 398 002 143 889 820 365 223 286 021 553 281 789 668

1 264 672 68 691 1 294 670 29 543 211 276 016 413 692 100 378 59 157 94 52 1 775 376 200 139 225 57 30 179 764 540 411 163 209 187 103 951 408 498 863 471 469 800

52

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Table 15.
[Thousand dollars]

Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 35 98 1 475 76 51 100 181 65 62 93 075 814 488 110 535 135 779 147 807 861

State and county area

Total 180 643 8 648 519 716 664 917 356 309 547 5 331 229 131 7 418 55 233 639 127 73 162 169 104 304 255 218 519 1 357 437 606 342 53 443 124 608 204 176 105 63 517 415 1 273 4 488 134 219 566 160 293 2 279 361 1 691 222 875 67 56 308 92 2 378 445 470 392 563 162 142 53 532 168 553 77 286 454 248 206 212 135 180 3 227 118 171 528 485 1 055 184 2 394 833 98 357 215 88 177 689 113 020 724 813 833 312 592 609 283 946 756 397 032 335 302 420 394 250 910 374 885 976 861 455 129 676 481 390 243 970 051 187 175 629 468 901 203 419 360 213 295 830 966 611 837 370 317 004 986 169 805 811 104 304 062 237 462 982 052 953 197 676 827 947 445 015 026 525 793 007 604 525 425 113 267 497 681 300 944 750 432 831 704 841 327 696 636 183 446 445 835

Retirement and disability 89 278 3 286 194 115 166 413 178 150 224 2 107 91 68 2 20 131 329 71 33 62 70 49 145 59 89 297 611 201 319 185 28 241 54 332 108 88 49 34 256 162 352 994 65 98 299 90 121 445 102 770 97 456 31 24 104 35 982 176 187 188 338 67 67 14 289 80 243 33 150 176 143 112 112 51 75 1 236 47 62 324 254 472 70 432 206 47 110 119 47 74 280 70 176 359 217 747 099 264 749 010 718 205 534 491 335 937 135 252 066 427 860 559 447 496 442 072 175 316 859 297 229 835 116 317 797 419 281 334 857 824 205 833 046 148 559 673 602 972 943 077 184 556 128 851 833 365 223 749 978 088 174 345 286 261 230 221 668 014 506 483 821 264 136 857 623 672 744 678 504 599 676 559 808 201 966 980 750 503 101 663 608 599

Other direct payments 35 119 1 706 113 41 84 185 69 61 97 1 425 42 28 6 223 11 397 141 29 14 40 30 25 72 40 49 85 254 88 144 79 10 85 25 125 46 32 26 11 109 107 108 248 17 70 133 33 69 227 107 337 51 216 16 10 48 25 430 103 95 69 124 39 24 22 134 37 128 21 66 115 53 38 39 26 45 519 21 32 101 87 183 41 88 95 27 57 43 19 41 159 21 316 959 773 595 124 493 325 444 129 820 672 218 817 031 621 356 284 587 716 475 614 576 393 308 146 435 005 084 840 883 402 086 424 951 598 964 451 866 061 990 386 955 463 682 402 232 991 869 633 402 424 250 171 812 830 268 311 565 582 829 902 933 288 188 024 583 310 150 992 577 770 781 944 508 009 388 695 115 099 716 849 409 192 831 432 357 752 302 814 470

Grants 41 142 1 656 189 44 373 261 86 73 121 1 228 34 24 1 192 12 574 132 22 20 45 57 26 76 63 69 64 222 84 112 66 10 52 41 93 38 42 25 15 128 128 127 300 11 13 103 30 87 902 111 429 66 166 16 15 60 27 475 153 99 73 77 50 36 13 83 45 151 20 54 127 37 48 37 50 54 561 40 34 73 126 230 64 98 457 18 48 45 18 53 192 18 024 686 915 046 946 765 684 259 462 413 072 987 969 285 492 870 960 824 821 053 125 517 881 344 207 613 713 135 893 547 020 238 128 596 846 512 138 087 385 622 410 434 279 997 252 004 511 213 686 700 050 836 798 198 796 824 825 374 802 366 145 599 810 896 493 939 765 783 420 899 823 805 682 203 168 734 219 658 499 428 755 496 666 318 960 009 653 612 282 063

Procurement 7 51 1 199 7 503 16 19 5 8 91 807 893 059 634 270 383 712 817 496 414

Salaries and wages 6 50 799 14 11 23 37 16 16 12 697 826 849 811 873 688 139 752 141 904

New York Con. Seneca County Steuben County Suffolk County Sullivan County Tioga County Tompkins County Ulster County Warren County Washington County Wayne County Westchester County Wyoming County Yates County State undistributed North Carolina Alamance County Alexander County Alleghany County Anson County Ashe County Avery County Beaufort County Bertie County Bladen County Brunswick County Buncombe County Burke County Cabarrus County Caldwell County Camden County Carteret County Caswell County Catawba County Chatham County Cherokee County Chowan County Clay County Cleveland County Columbus County Craven County Cumberland County Currituck County Dare County Davidson County Davie County Duplin County Durham County Edgecombe County Forsyth County Franklin County Gaston County Gates County Graham County Granville County Greene County Guilford County Halifax County Harnett County Haywood County Henderson County Hertford County Hoke County Hyde County Iredell County Jackson County Johnston County Jones County Lee County Lenoir County Lincoln County McDowell County Macon County Madison County Martin County Mecklenburg County Mitchell County Montgomery County Moore County Nash County New Hanover County Northampton County Onslow County Orange County Pamlico County Pasquotank County Pender County Perquimans County Person County Pitt County Polk County See footnotes at end of table.

24 29 01 02 03 22 22 24 22 24 22 20 20 25 17 18 19 26 29

942 444 42 986 24 669 8 541 138 34 10 25 25 17 45 19 33 84 215 89 146 78 8 62 23 149 57 25 14 9 98 54 91 308 22 33 153 38 51 239 54 320 53 194 10 8 52 20 438 56 101 56 95 23 39 5 136 34 141 10 49 58 67 43 31 19 24 771 15 27 80 90 173 21 154 117 12 36 45 11 36 140 19 221 462 842 835 109 224 786 794 539 007 575 680 466 135 960 437 034 673 466 023 289 504 467 258 703 599 489 067 518 775 006 778 733 713 919 520 459 936 075 878 219 795 034 542 256 361 551 262 521 924 975 640 404 162 424 952 285 412 951 796 617 850 501 026 710 554 624 297 515 814 806 117 762 941 587 021

207 102 53 545 1 838 50 3 933 055 17 955 980 2 711 8 016 1 359 990 2 641 87 118 553 54 185 107 54 4 2 735 525 796 899 263

363 017 6 791 7 376 – 7 197 17 2 2 4 10 2 7 4 9 18 161 8 25 8 2 30 2 37 8 7 2 1 12 13 503 2 296 2 17 13 3 13 302 32 89 5 28 1 1 62 2 262 7 17 10 13 4 8 1 18 3 20 1 12 24 11 5 15 3 4 358 2 3 16 9 72 2 1 434 25 2 67 5 1 3 33 2 116 961 960 361 961 439 799 632 620 852 963 382 288 931 109 523 161 888 582 361 254 296 412 246 471 640 287 924 265 233 820 556 563 148 215 318 783 747 941 776 676 335 811 491 847 160 144 977 895 028 788 607 239 778 616 637 100 644 056 109 574 994 380 061 895 960 474 414 065 484 386 654 832 985 152 818

06 13 05 05 08 05 10 01 03 01 07 07 11 10 08 12 10 03 03 13 10 02 04 11 01 11 10 07 01 03 02 07 08 03 03 06 12 05 03 07 04 01 05 12 02 09 10 01 11 01 13 01 06 12 13 01 02 11 11 01 08 03 05 10 11 02 01 02 01 03 10 11 11 11 01 08 09 12 10 08 06 01 02 03 07 01 03 04 03 01 07 01 13 01 03 11

34 487 646 19 697 2 141 5 923 1 097 561 10 336 4 092 180 210 649 37 20 16 2 1 399 8 64 1 700 505 046 252 295 553 996 678 451 829

8 427 420 3 561 31 911 711 227 4 70 50 9 1 5 1 7 1 285 056 534 548 497 200 058 724 111 042

8 882 704 2 599 9 157 2 228 1 696 6 338 2 809 774 552 001 5 38 13 7 95 4 341 48 1 73 888 501 512 581 770 944 185 951 715 169

2 112 845 3 885 23 589 885

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Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 136 46 126 92 134 63 62 36 58 45 72 13 29 4 153 43 719 19 13 42 114 67 76 37 18 634 2 11 6 230 648 469 517 317 570 379 230 927 390 293 146 525 130 652 774 520 890 335 457 245 095 091 292 158

State and county area

Total 468 299 763 507 683 335 348 224 278 170 384 119 192 29 393 278 4 627 125 94 163 1 026 334 435 170 111 3 134 6 034 29 108 125 6 78 26 45 693 734 70 56 50 26 25 49 49 16 607 33 28 40 30 58 27 56 38 43 105 42 172 90 49 10 115 38 116 53 39 115 156 45 21 76 9 130 26 176 45 67 107 630 54 128 248 73 195 212 745 205 541 331 734 598 947 087 420 194 099 287 352 191 917 521 794 927 200 432 613 725 902 880 279 397 504 948 883 889 799 690 593 601 519 474 847 196 930 498 695 600 389 881 361 698 160 790 951 881 538 962 344 781 581 926 463 533 704 020 304 612 138 447 480 650 297 106 491 103 525 866 106 147 465 206 478 969 099 553 149 262 736 827 179 290 015 085 234 102 075

Retirement and disability 252 143 292 244 320 171 134 91 146 94 190 41 115 9 212 114 1 242 51 41 78 335 156 182 87 52 1 1 477 7 32 14 664 218 184 521 482 676 839 421 820 278 227 234 597 952 176 410 032 636 511 849 907 826 343 227 683 634

Other direct payments 108 67 172 119 141 68 83 43 66 34 93 27 36 9 77 55 460 24 25 39 146 69 101 37 20 2 703 1 752 12 40 31 2 39 11 22 92 115 43 30 19 10 11 22 14 7 84 17 15 20 14 31 12 23 18 14 33 13 40 30 26 4 34 18 47 21 21 52 38 26 10 20 6 39 14 59 27 31 46 77 23 40 163 17 918 38 135 48 157 87 726 689 022 181 682 505 135 821 421 758 810 738 837 185 263 695 985 020 279 749 610 495 178 691 795 419 999 806 946 626 112 868 874 598 292 049 280 566 764 574 967 136 878 388 174 186 409 655 207 150 352 840 654 048 461 544 992 150 105 936 125 181 533 415 658 988 286 405 092 035 114 929 865 109 956 240 923 930 873 037 718 392 418 470 703 492 326

Grants 80 75 263 116 108 82 105 82 39 34 88 37 22 9 64 92 2 347 46 25 37 191 93 133 39 34 429 1 515 7 17 41 869 946 715 784 323 922 923 354 732 583 092 911 281 059 518 510 019 718 750 303 662 648 180 949 692 835

Procurement 9 1 10 15 19 482 507 988 421 442

Salaries and wages 16 11 25 11 93 7 22 5 17 4 994 239 037 180 492 637 458 795 902 646

North Carolina Con. Randolph County Richmond County Robeson County Rockingham County Rowan County Rutherford County Sampson County Scotland County Stanly County Stokes County Surry County Swain County Transylvania County Tyrrell County Union County Vance County Wake County Warren County Washington County Watauga County Wayne County Wilkes County Wilson County Yadkin County Yancey County State undistributed North Dakota Adams County Barnes County Benson County Billings County Bottineau County Bowman County Burke County Burleigh County Cass County Cavalier County Dickey County Divide County Dunn County Eddy County Emmons County Foster County Golden Valley County Grand Forks County Grant County Griggs County Hettinger County Kidder County La Moure County Logan County McHenry County McIntosh County McKenzie County McLean County Mercer County Morton County Mountrail County Nelson County Oliver County Pembina County Pierce County Ramsey County Ransom County Renville County Richland County Rolette County Sargent County Sheridan County Sioux County Slope County Stark County Steele County Stutsman County Towner County Traill County Walsh County Ward County Wells County Williams County State undistributed Ohio Adams County Allen County Ashland County Ashtabula County Athens County See footnotes at end of table.

06 08 07 13 06 12 10 11 02 07 07 08 08 05 05 11 11 03 08 09 01 02 02 04 13 01 01 05 01 03 05 01 03 05 11

4 455 1 744 897 7 476 1 926 2 471 2 195 8 796 879 20 335 10 160 211 982 960 344 1 568 106 3 6 1 1 684 149 208 889 069 1

10 317 10 443 9 283 852 18 908 5 365 2 2 6 245 11 12 4 2 786 1 11 6 1 5 5 82 133 1 2 1 1 1 1 656 595 391 017 411 416 279 596 193 644 – 652 681 640 374 672 530 973 028 421 325 922 829 316 131 444 241

00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

366 429 133 968 825 6 846 101 074 585 615 376 456 208 437 601 913 492 770 923 623 515 541 563 504 099 630 129 499 815 434 339 530 445 875 190 357 450 828 477 626 823

265 718 329 678 990 20 401 718 256 073 077 666 006 957 229 414 356 251 685 148 024 990 478 729 636 881 009 003 677 128 015 578 192 189 119 246 135 934 059 153 760 589 082 486 024 113 211 968 609 817 092 295

253 285 753 395 912 10 950 014 358 419 929 382 700 104 712 280 656 870 979 018 471 288 304 718 325 268 539 045 727 521 448 374 260 730 127 801 369 228 990 274 275 971 252 909 189 072 009 836 418 510 818 260 313 563 098 235 740 052 560 528 197 221

502 631 199 5 924 31 528 834 1 726 268 956 11 725 50 117 444 499 13 248 1 235 257 309 5 104 125 150 610 424 552 255 286 999 199 1 239 232 8 240 14 199 526 24 816 4 434 399 33 21 144 232 3 554 2 530 232 3 896 5 587 689 99 2 089 41 1 335 3 023 3 758 291 1 304 1 486 115 292 1 409 2 697 – 6 935 2 49 2 10 11 685 570 736 662 787 253

3 2 72 128 4 5 2 3 2 3 3 1 64 2 2 2 2 4 2 5 3 5 8 8 25 6 3 1 8 4 11 5 2 17 13

8 7 169 230 13 14 6 6 8 11 10 5 109 7 7 8 6 13 5 18 11 10 28 18 58 17 13 3 23 12 33 15 8 36 28 10 4 6 1 52 5 54 7 22 33

5 9 338 205 11 8 9 7 3 14 16 2 107 7 3 9 7 10 8 10 7 7 24 7 41 33 7 2 24 6 19 10 8 17 54 6 5 40 2 28 1 44 7 9 21 76 11 27 84 16 513 92 121 31 95 110

2 058 613 157 001 1 775 1 299 2 269 1 404 2 670 882 3 299 1 2 5 2 6 529 841 395 487 544

5 576 1 715 232 12 164 1 734 12 3 1 4 29 048 113 175 185 093

4 110 1 476 4 141 742 22 116 2 20 2 8 11 062 928 575 366 646

2 438 519 7 810 126 8 721 15 1 3 4 786 074 526 098 184

56 224 4 658 19 278 11 459 28 106 54 103 63 011 398 873 058 152 187

147 186 16 185 53 495 226 26 251 74 408 110 261 106 410 187 507 270 832 153

213 539 1 706 5 501 – 5 576 4 29 12 15 16 062 788 812 072 795 122

02 04 05 16 14 06 18

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Table 15.
[Thousand dollars]

Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 46 69 44 346 29 39 142 188 42 111 37 45 1 351 53 39 142 78 136 28 1 088 42 31 94 152 41 814 73 32 15 29 42 28 41 60 33 71 57 232 62 152 46 294 450 41 249 66 165 23 41 100 15 550 14 34 85 14 41 19 35 53 28 154 42 34 128 74 61 77 57 48 381 547 220 92 44 29 13 189 62 113 938 366 239 560 576 645 613 614 280 519 039 961 009 260 038 503 992 063 134 971 919 256 602 233 304 611 602 171 938 382 610 838 273 404 411 420 785 061 705 866 616 324 632 113 755 310 077 286 075 797 063 063 941 247 669 021 407 486 040 656 294 764 553 718 096 466 948 046 789 517 229 314 486 221 487 276 352 276 577 577

State and county area

Total 199 420 192 1 851 107 199 887 554 211 610 178 244 10 166 241 176 385 453 472 142 8 603 177 203 256 2 333 238 7 029 257 133 99 147 223 127 89 290 199 545 257 987 417 747 974 158 173 339 527 903 001 667 156 336 676 030 009 135 003 100 818 765 484 491 437 505 711 699 394 987 334 029 532 944 124 917 074 600 794 414 845 017 952 227

Retirement and disability 92 210 87 655 54 85 413 287 95 293 85 120 3 411 118 88 168 208 261 62 2 139 92 82 154 340 103 1 970 127 43 47 64 97 61 42 153 82 265 124 534 190 327 104 633 999 82 739 157 301 60 27 236 39 1 625 34 54 216 23 119 29 81 100 66 281 95 42 316 185 127 230 147 84 998 1 211 604 218 59 52 27 289 166 231 86 200 51 1 9 169 48 17 31 12 43 595 052 545 637 551 320 467 810 826 282 016 413 056 502 229 357 080 680 198 799 042 717 593 819 938 649 470 136 292 353 220 836 006 777 635 167 368 280 403 858 267 804 753 985 924 509 247 338 787 398 588 352 228 056 402 245 599 062 341 462 082 305 123 031 682 728 330 199 741 612 103 966 987 439 450 594 571 095 686 895 081 843 411 184 062 398 805 712 442 260

Other direct payments 61 119 47 301 23 42 203 112 52 157 40 69 2 547 62 45 77 108 107 37 1 096 54 47 57 113 54 1 233 66 48 24 35 57 31 15 72 36 152 64 261 88 135 61 343 719 47 461 90 121 30 49 104 19 772 16 23 103 11 58 25 42 51 31 164 46 37 151 76 76 132 83 49 493 804 346 92 35 33 12 95 82 99 48 140 31 3 156 5 937 28 17 20 16 34 688 223 349 629 506 566 888 254 965 882 865 523 756 868 876 893 077 342 803 230 609 792 909 429 224 506 173 604 815 696 854 805 769 828 381 469 432 993 185 815 841 148 741 297 976 981 533 189 167 277 875 133 937 850 225 621 996 611 881 893 319 995 079 164 703 250 837 959 916 937 517 418 271 228 348 275 591 182 143 681 252 151 342 789 521 763 140 000 076 284

Grants 31 72 48 289 25 33 194 126 49 105 43 47 2 451 48 29 100 74 78 38 3 613 21 66 30 122 69 1 512 50 25 18 41 60 30 23 40 75 105 59 118 128 118 42 245 746 44 404 71 65 43 26 68 25 786 20 18 114 18 22 19 43 50 62 122 25 24 126 99 55 194 45 28 377 596 199 79 24 17 22 82 82 87 24 76 26 475 5 270 68 8 27 5 32 165 932 202 953 430 422 752 187 325 887 544 743 033 225 568 430 047 342 052 880 544 380 903 303 906 212 609 981 221 951 182 115 620 729 672 164 607 802 302 496 739 670 223 654 228 922 972 242 795 727 525 448 417 597 085 007 942 075 072 221 363 821 826 648 957 575 951 767 436 954 365 681 028 673 890 546 698 717 503 779 370 790 897 569 581 766 751 664 912 177

Procurement 8 5 3 555 32 26 7 3 18 3 1 677 3 6 17 47 8 1 909 3 1 4 717 3 1 660 2 8 1 1 578 372 832 541 993 952 048 384 609 243 384 761 500 243 021 235 907 051 014 699 354 619 464 764 168 781 390 349 771 283

Salaries and wages 5 12 5 48 3 5 48 21 9 35 5 4 1 078 8 6 21 15 17 3 843 5 4 8 1 039 7 652 10 6 7 4 6 3 4 9 3 15 7 31 8 31 10 123 156 4 88 14 23 3 5 17 3 302 5 3 21 1 13 3 4 10 4 19 11 4 46 72 7 16 8 5 80 183 34 19 4 3 1 21 12 18 948 579 245 579 046 643 847 032 431 042 868 589 664 297 309 185 707 351 418 882 888 997 843 384 159 839 692 959 433 661 366 266 332 056 961 444 634 901 413 376 273 414 062 886 280 136 459 842 921 156 058 190 462 195 665 885 937 083 701 253 248 902 165 646 956 574 266 169 729 702 340 756 765 058 752 958 759 901 417 984

Ohio Con. Auglaize County Belmont County Brown County Butler County Carroll County Champaign County Clark County Clermont County Clinton County Columbiana County Coshocton County Crawford County Cuyahoga County Darke County Defiance County Delaware County Erie County Fairfield County Fayette County Franklin County Fulton County Gallia County Geauga County Greene County Guernsey County Hamilton County Hancock County Hardin County Harrison County Henry County Highland County Hocking County Holmes County Huron County Jackson County Jefferson County Knox County Lake County Lawrence County Licking County Logan County Lorain County Lucas County Madison County Mahoning County Marion County Medina County Meigs County Mercer County Miami County Monroe County Montgomery County Morgan County Morrow County Muskingum County Noble County Ottawa County Paulding County Perry County Pickaway County Pike County Portage County Preble County Putnam County Richland County Ross County Sandusky County Scioto County Seneca County Shelby County Stark County Summit County Trumbull County Tuscarawas County Union County Van Wert County Vinton County Warren County Washington County Wayne County Williams County Wood County Wyandot County State undistributed Oklahoma Adair County Alfalfa County Atoka County Beaver County Beckham County See footnotes at end of table.

04 06 18 02 01 08 18 04 07 02 03 06 18 05 10 11 13 14 08 05 12 09 07 07 07 12 15 05 06 14 07 18 01 02 04 04 18 05 03 18 18 05 18 06 12 18 14 06 12 18 04 09 13 05 09 15 06 17 04 13 16 06 05 08 08 06 03 08 18 04 18 06 09 05 07 07 02 14 17 08 05 04 07 18 05 02 06 05 04 16 13 14 17 14 17 18 15 05 18 02 03 06 16 05 05 04 05

1 501 895 3 348 14 210 1 144 7 1 40 2 133 3 31 92 18 34 8 7 4 2 47 171 803 041 651 683 727 350 682 375 682 920 673 148 081 280

222 847 1 377 386 2 714 462 198 197 1 729 090 343 519 141 111 473 90 4 210 77 100 465 55 220 83 174 214 245 648 180 111 653 444 273 577 288 171 467 883 760 751 837 030 963 985 572 742 451 828 550 089 428 945 515 512 911 595 226 238 465 215 129

1 984 724 841 941 874 10 365 5 6 2 1 81 59 2 3 11 10 5 3 2 1 67 568 21 7 1 693 353 719 094 598 933 492 319 421 298 098 855 370 393 924 635 235 715 009 558

2 016 960 3 365 057 1 206 765 416 407 125 998 111 65 510 349 451 165 445 114 3 633 26 643 168 46 83 36 114 475 359 162 367 474 915 014 927 549 912 760 731 251 480 033

4 103 740 21 266 5 619 13 134 1 660 6 522 1 236 7 2 803 948 20 143 565 350 398 1 294

38 912 123 278 22 878 3 523 21 5 14 5 19 553 657 810 255 474 347

5 551 20 708 4 042 – 3 462 2 2 3 1 3 800 691 470 525 653 019

02 03 02 03 03

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[Thousand dollars]

Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 11 37 30 95 47 44 15 2 222 5 110 6 14 68 25 39 4 3 57 27 48 4 5 2 3 12 14 27 6 10 46 14 9 10 49 32 36 9 29 34 19 7 13 39 12 70 11 10 11 680 39 45 32 16 69 43 35 67 11 3 79 24 40 42 20 8 569 63 49 11 290 758 167 505 087 106 451 897 074 928 514 514 873 666 230 088 667 932 282 229 176 824 849 997 397 088 016 182 460 440 761 176 879 647 161 386 301 133 070 046 939 363 860 274 682 626 233 717 637 815 890 181 737 834 675 950 007 111 715 259 042 679 578 826 296 785 148 054 027 512

State and county area

Total 76 313 279 401 272 340 196 30 922 48 1 429 48 101 317 124 200 37 29 477 253 220 45 55 34 25 99 112 351 56 78 378 106 94 67 328 191 186 51 125 280 159 47 87 193 92 605 80 63 96 7 099 284 202 287 101 394 380 325 462 101 24 295 194 249 307 95 81 3 013 187 256 87 367 989 109 238 321 505 950 523 306 875 785 583 100 331 591 377 773 284 145 306 773 189 823 858 858 322 212 398 078 713 956 201 936 889 964 234 999 166 729 991 231 673 805 897 193 278 734 482 327 481 434 740 928 210 717 485 038 443 551 922 845 188 038 610 654 775 175 113 454 541

Retirement and disability 28 104 83 202 127 99 49 8 544 17 397 20 47 164 37 101 14 11 166 85 109 15 18 7 10 40 43 90 21 29 139 33 33 27 141 93 68 23 71 89 80 20 44 101 39 225 28 30 38 1 794 109 68 105 45 134 147 105 198 38 8 158 76 109 142 30 25 1 341 91 148 32 600 025 893 472 254 804 301 005 842 859 032 115 618 457 470 989 170 925 005 764 817 038 843 907 273 687 672 827 451 873 354 772 952 247 010 030 933 719 157 202 036 915 452 391 163 830 814 817 752 473 180 888 963 008 549 879 840 858 347 334 468 427 309 225 919 373 402 990 631 083

Other direct payments 24 70 61 67 70 62 32 17 146 10 107 16 24 69 50 47 14 12 88 57 51 23 22 16 11 22 28 56 16 18 75 23 31 21 79 36 42 13 29 65 35 14 22 47 19 130 19 14 20 849 74 37 67 23 85 64 66 77 23 9 56 49 51 64 47 32 691 44 62 29 396 239 770 534 433 918 064 752 597 136 036 207 451 120 457 235 071 463 380 973 427 046 145 122 902 588 016 763 013 816 084 185 813 787 133 412 791 348 897 230 431 303 622 249 677 707 304 400 568 534 241 023 829 799 358 523 328 935 500 124 941 509 440 442 594 771 831 296 784 381

Grants 17 89 68 36 57 133 75 3 135 16 112 9 24 72 24 45 6 3 48 42 49 4 12 9 2 32 37 44 16 26 48 7 26 15 92 54 44 12 18 116 39 7 18 38 18 136 28 13 28 1 330 83 41 59 25 112 67 98 169 37 4 53 56 73 66 12 20 486 41 40 18 358 527 587 372 381 812 744 444 014 312 686 718 623 972 500 101 736 242 452 366 275 704 686 379 106 327 157 382 055 565 398 466 942 490 705 192 258 295 836 616 630 740 745 589 294 671 512 431 896 061 997 077 549 325 490 327 652 109 060 783 358 501 970 332 504 329 102 627 899 165

Procurement 2 41 41 13 5 683 360 346 242 345

Salaries and wages 3 8 23 81 11 30 3 1 62 1 590 2 3 8 10 4 1 1 82 6 8 1 1 1 1 2 2 128 1 2 8 3 3 1 10 6 5 1 4 7 2 2 1 4 13 83 3 2 5 1 673 14 51 9 6 29 57 16 11 2 2 22 10 8 6 3 2 232 7 2 2 329 838 514 618 908 172 047 006 714 161 752 199 624 477 463 086 937 340 100 799 420 936 603 171 295 752 691 633 951 889 914 750 564 362 606 371 000 473 515 870 461 236 610 319 989 822 267 083 844 571 823 728 872 033 096 713 703 860 094 244 040 294 692 833 945 353 661 784 278 571

Oklahoma Con. Blaine County Bryan County Caddo County Canadian County Carter County Cherokee County Choctaw County Cimarron County Cleveland County Coal County Comanche County Cotton County Craig County Creek County Custer County Delaware County Dewey County Ellis County Garfield County Garvin County Grady County Grant County Greer County Harmon County Harper County Haskell County Hughes County Jackson County Jefferson County Johnston County Kay County Kingfisher County Kiowa County Latimer County Le Flore County Lincoln County Logan County Love County McClain County McCurtain County McIntosh County Major County Marshall County Mayes County Murray County Muskogee County Noble County Nowata County Okfuskee County Oklahoma County Okmulgee County Osage County Ottawa County Pawnee County Payne County Pittsburg County Pontotoc County Pottawatomie County Pushmataha County Roger Mills County Rogers County Seminole County Sequoyah County Stephens County Texas County Tillman County Tulsa County Wagoner County Washington County Washita County Woods County Woodward County State undistributed Oregon Baker County Benton County Clackamas County Clatsop County Columbia County Coos County Crook County Curry County Deschutes County Douglas County Gilliam County Grant County Harney County Hood River County Jackson County See footnotes at end of table.

03 02 03 03 04 04 02 02 03 04 02 04 04 02 01 03 03 02 03 03 03 04 04 03 03 03 03 02 02 03 04 02 03 03 03 02 02 03 03 04 04 02 02 03 04 02 04 02 03 02 02 04 05 02 03 02 03 03 02 04 05 02 03 01 02 05 02 04 03 04 01 01 01 03 03 03

13 800 36 795 315 33 140 3 407 222 280 345 784 2 304 1 701 1 966 859 315 92 208 60 403 1 833 464 545 278 282 968 676 30 792 609 569 107 38 –1 2 5 206 028 335 002 509

1 228 26 016 331 1 324 2 072 1 672 2 479 377 2 351 1 071 28 248 838 2 750 2 266 1 451 842 2 4 44 1 33 193 024 716 045 224

43 042 37 513 4 682 550 437 5 1 5 27 038 457 628 779 692 949 180 417 861 341

261 1 1 5

8 570 18 741 3 594 16 79 363 36 46 63 21 22 134 103 1 7 7 21 192 586 470 357 276 340 971 739 424 100 479 152 817 380 132 155 992

70 346 88 770 1 380 833 21 870 122 449 1 487 247 186 464 114 170 581 742 22 62 56 111 1 071 896 068 564 212 687 584 885 186 556 180 972 630 676 369 424 164

24 265 43 880 624 8 452 56 148 756 108 104 231 59 103 342 366 6 24 21 43 552 069 562 195 038 278 384 822 656 182 301 741 454 747 574 105 070

22 963 26 230 1 200 870 5 048 20 61 262 44 42 90 20 37 95 125 12 9 7 17 191 156 319 600 273 266 216 912 400 911 955 126 456 509 843 145 011

19 941 11 470 170 390 5 184 28 164 291 40 31 87 14 17 77 129 3 8 9 26 194 929 451 478 040 580 396 368 369 634 485 475 287 935 030 400 555

530 1 062 8 949 1 282 2 26 52 27 3 17 3 4 14 47 8 6 18 41 768 436 718 106 099 187 574 954 483 557 193 90 474 794 456 474

2 647 6 128 – 1 902 14 48 125 27 5 37 15 7 50 74 11 11 6 92 974 301 572 755 463 401 209 807 346 881 437 343 011 128 317 054

02 04 05 03 05 01 01 04 02 04 02 04 02 02 02 02 02

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Table 15.
[Thousand dollars]

Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 19 79 65 7 331 45 107 31 301 11 672 67 1 24 73 24 6 23 488 1 90 12 406 98 1 250 71 178 50 391 127 62 617 180 148 5 61 140 465 41 82 37 65 89 221 253 555 34 282 145 4 134 14 40 45 89 45 23 209 487 93 124 326 313 118 44 119 46 158 774 18 282 92 44 1 470 54 17 147 38 79 6 42 41 42 56 42 205 49 368 868 920 098 382 594 277 410 425 841 681 161 565 712 922 436 406 976 669 253 483 723 292 322 867 395 601 230 640 468 569 558 663 496 652 194 476 795 123 913 486 015 890 397 282 040 064 355 651 994 864 641 133 995 062 952 391 932 332 374 489 050 431 542 708 797 210 925 029 069 554 879 652 151 117 950 670 112 515 413 047 849 720 285 576 738 561 660

State and county area

Total 100 514 441 60 1 840 302 552 163 2 098 83 4 984 407 25 162 542 157 55 167 1 240 10 384 1 682 94 900 464 11 850 486 1 156 293 1 839 867 344 2 692 1 230 1 322 39 398 940 1 927 250 516 209 341 495 620 892 654 665 218 828 212 708 333 352 958 833 176 274 816 934 207 838 010 566 493 156 254 720 491 211 592 221 995 304 359 694 934 566 816 121 643 544 992 008 023 362 612

Retirement and disability 48 288 199 26 833 161 293 67 765 21 1 501 106 6 87 163 69 24 72 601 5 182 33 146 236 3 670 231 563 139 906 404 168 1 393 449 520 17 192 248 926 107 229 97 168 248 679 947 1 416 97 695 490 22 417 39 116 117 230 139 56 641 1 080 310 349 706 982 316 126 371 126 360 1 965 50 803 278 111 3 712 115 50 456 85 227 21 112 115 92 170 121 634 177 1 072 057 835 240 467 224 597 329 910 571 598 572 061 066 192 476 474 340 413 802 469 928 339 850 849 306 287 480 661 663 138 778 033 856 710 598 247 843 137 888 461 116 832 009 586 988 999 296 387 778 280 334 694 760 245 116 795 693 259 793 098 509 060 857 123 821 643 900 019 080 127 876 791 048 597 851 655 249 503 066 623 391 851 711 280 943 049 412 910

Other direct payments 17 109 86 9 358 64 116 38 293 34 849 55 12 37 105 37 11 36 272 2 84 1 377 25 917 86 2 791 139 332 69 455 205 71 695 252 319 9 105 155 420 78 131 57 95 131 228 467 974 51 385 345 11 134 16 78 59 157 77 27 444 441 196 132 448 642 166 70 220 71 150 1 056 30 429 161 48 3 776 37 22 283 41 135 9 51 55 39 93 62 424 68 727 653 493 209 249 244 177 657 353 105 337 587 043 060 658 623 075 121 516 433 686 408 527 388 540 653 762 902 840 966 576 189 815 529 816 622 551 955 208 724 720 440 844 787 454 548 151 967 618 322 514 381 461 742 582 068 759 124 906 874 173 457 956 276 462 297 778 470 571 280 272 795 199 525 705 398 398 638 501 678 349 002 732 293 637 755 363 736 702

Grants 25 77 72 5 423 55 102 42 889 8 1 330 234 2 25 97 26 12 25 237 1 58 304 19 915 84 2 588 82 190 67 265 178 79 263 145 201 11 41 313 195 49 117 41 55 92 125 3 093 423 23 302 293 5 100 17 78 58 138 61 20 279 301 111 122 245 387 149 52 135 69 69 427 17 221 118 34 4 884 16 30 140 34 101 7 35 90 31 77 45 219 39 370 190 021 419 280 077 975 596 719 457 493 128 760 366 261 918 904 734 741 477 796 952 183 826 679 824 630 895 999 848 704 529 334 409 644 154 880 917 640 825 527 809 460 860 124 871 227 377 501 141 503 048 411 172 389 085 650 308 144 535 849 504 239 206 003 843 385 314 651 678 686 697 277 487 385 358 189 101 352 869 100 637 202 899 043 424 555 318 354

Procurement 2 21 24 6 90 4 10 3 44 15 027 470 169 217 518 593 493 071 053 955

Salaries and wages 7 18 59 13 135 16 29 11 106 2 770 9 3 8 40 14 4 17 68 693 073 617 452 155 486 137 655 147 968 225 251 989 609 905

Oregon Con. Jefferson County Josephine County Klamath County Lake County Lane County Lincoln County Linn County Malheur County Marion County Morrow County Multnomah County Polk County Sherman County Tillamook County Umatilla County Union County Wallowa County Wasco County Washington County Wheeler County Yamhill County State undistributed Pennsylvania Adams County Allegheny County Armstrong County Beaver County Bedford County Berks County Blair County Bradford County Bucks County Butler County Cambria County Cameron County Carbon County Centre County Chester County Clarion County Clearfield County Clinton County Columbia County Crawford County Cumberland County Dauphin County Delaware County Elk County Erie County Fayette County Forest County Franklin County Fulton County Greene County Huntingdon County Indiana County Jefferson County Juniata County Lackawanna County Lancaster County Lawrence County Lebanon County Lehigh County Luzerne County Lycoming County McKean County Mercer County Mifflin County Monroe County Montgomery County Montour County Northampton County Northumberland County Perry County Philadelphia County Pike County Potter County Schuylkill County Snyder County Somerset County Sullivan County Susquehanna County Tioga County Union County Venango County Warren County Washington County Wayne County Westmoreland County See footnotes at end of table.

02 02 04 02 02 04 05 04 02 05 02 01 03 05 05 02 05 02 02 02 02 01 02 01

533 446 2 718 695 3 554 134 893 458 239 918 854 155 21 571 107 9 311 22 1 790 17 41 4 127 20 10 251 300 177 874 419 776 134 961 984 291 307 210 206 10 2 15 59

023 774 251 444 459 36 635 – 6 609 33 1 009 14 28 10 83 58 14 89 82 114 1 7 39 199 9 24 10 18 17 329 212 180 7 100 31 2 74 2 11 9 18 10 5 66 99 28 129 74 198 36 28 25 9 103 321 2 85 14 6 1 982 12 3 50 5 15 1 8 10 88 13 12 46 9 81 013 779 289 756 182 760 533 596 556 302 934 720 177 817 142 057 704 542 880 102 708 342 658 897 409 386 414 729 531 115 482 886 982 566 031 505 919 752 270 376 433 977 344 089 525 864 985 489 727 383 026 244 783 530 098 666 079 759 729 582 113 180 277 045 899 455

19 04 12 14 18 03 12 04 09 06 16 17 09 10 08 03 04 09 12 05 11 05 06 07 16 05 05 09 05 11 03 05 09 19 17 01 07 05 03 09 12 05 09 09 12 09 09 12 05 09 10 11 16 04 17 15 10 11 05 10 05 03 04 05 09 11
2

165 676 265 50 626 182 786 186 502 4 12 1 3 5 120 246 1 223 1 68 17 2 95 11 41 852 758 778 123 248 007 245 113 764 801 539 301 643 205 580

1 482 513 4 968 310 4 218 386 181 812 1 552 693 1 178 44 821 86 326 248 556 292 110 1 801 2 060 657 779 1 593 2 311 712 288 759 279 804 4 488 101 1 566 578 204 16 055 186 108 947 169 538 41 211 275 288 356 252 1 351 314 2 319 195 327 938 886 736 455 409 098 123 277 356 795 497 745 151 922 038 721 481 025 310 619 361 256 538 314 001 702 650 394 315 807 121 863 748 416 062 917 126 713

3 353 12 158 2 329 968 369 462 136 10 45 119 100 44 9 6 2 119 717 1 25 5 4 1 699 3 1 17 2 58 1 3 3 36 2 9 27 18 67 235 923 756 114 379 357 733 827 272 921 288 046 266 605 452 384 610 930 564 372 623 975 362 496 732 276 663 905 761 291

10 15 10 09 17 01 02 08 13 10 05 17 10 09 12 10 10 05 10 03 05 03 05 12 18 10 04 12 18

Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004
U.S. Census Bureau

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Table 15.
[Thousand dollars]

Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 28 168 401 613 1 080 52 172 85 641 128 4 198 26 148 11 173 15 23 135 149 15 326 53 33 43 33 39 67 31 107 24 24 129 59 401 67 21 217 21 55 63 70 20 231 10 35 28 37 69 90 112 334 18 264 105 28 35 183 770 2 16 3 7 28 34 5 2 9 1 9 3 13 25 4 7 19 5 4 6 3 4 7 2 7 4 1 5 3 3 632 989 120 003 883 637 068 308 960 061 550 952 404 725 668 287 762 782 563 289 157 595 577 289 004 794 142 679 790 174 519 301 608 193 491 135 218 500 057 133 086 147 209 057 779 475 609 870 230 943 862 372 762 883 935 051 522 071 159 812 185 080 273 604 099 953 059 914 372 665 009 865 264 115 301 097 352 438 598 332 998 575 405 786

State and county area

Total 136 936 2 296 288 6 325 699 8 245 283 963 1 240 4 567 709 480 30 051 129 2 532 87 801 130 149 1 152 619 69 4 020 240 184 241 225 256 367 204 504 136 139 809 403 2 055 358 173 1 078 109 273 298 327 123 1 010 77 318 202 226 350 606 514 3 450 85 1 201 947 166 256 671 1 758 6 601 24 164 32 45 144 334 40 29 55 25 97 41 87 145 46 68 112 67 32 82 25 37 89 27 58 38 26 30 59 26 211 317 711 254 905 234 790 171 637 179 955 074 702 443 564 324 918 289 158 715 146 441 529 536 462 666 662 774 970 754 176 075 392 218 626 834 643 582 243 160 446 928 275 167 652 872 486 346 839 764 493 990 028 045 991 736 049 752 554 583 643 363 561 566 491 560 020 138 224 489 997 299 172 313 820 000 536 134 496 308 655 525 429 864 402 462

Retirement and disability 72 130 935 753 2 030 2 626 132 456 276 1 452 308 10 811 60 396 24 440 38 54 440 339 29 992 119 86 98 88 110 157 70 303 42 58 327 233 899 181 58 598 38 150 152 159 44 526 36 91 71 104 208 237 267 932 37 643 316 87 85 369 1 841 7 47 6 18 48 88 12 2 24 7 22 10 22 58 12 26 44 17 10 10 9 10 38 7 20 14 5 12 8 10 776 661 332 458 252 759 315 549 613 879 885 938 490 653 221 518 106 383 444 350 010 385 599 269 711 569 544 532 695 392 814 460 460 823 429 390 322 468 023 319 329 700 008 050 640 307 252 269 042 138 421 066 642 443 549 507 339 403 738 454 741 428 825 324 800 272 006 851 084 760 781 646 529 934 982 781 088 406 275 010 350 202 775 349 280 522

Other direct payments 35 163 352 112 5 363 805 1 902 68 253 102 923 136 417 5 745 23 158 19 170 34 36 113 98 15 379 54 45 50 47 59 84 50 76 22 30 180 88 370 73 31 204 19 52 66 65 32 150 10 63 48 42 70 144 95 354 17 253 116 38 57 147 1 375 1 937 12 52 12 17 46 102 17 12 11 13 32 19 25 31 14 6 33 25 14 16 10 19 10 15 21 13 13 12 27 8 279 012 918 709 831 569 241 733 014 331 770 795 445 618 494 808 951 317 622 267 087 512 151 416 295 156 711 230 905 637 701 714 777 919 633 649 587 570 084 601 106 024 718 876 932 126 991 107 986 796 849 187 813 357 095 022 646 758 405 161 528 771 495 886 189 326 667 070 650 659 225 596 402 419 692 692 110 949 493 732 206 309 830 696 742 572

Grants 23 223 255 107 959 836 2 329 57 166 107 1 760 174 63 6 145 39 149 38 150 45 46 89 125 22 566 58 47 83 84 77 113 77 77 30 42 232 68 353 88 49 217 38 59 62 87 44 221 17 82 64 62 58 197 107 979 26 253 181 35 91 114 383 1 620 2 31 10 7 29 70 7 7 16 4 29 9 33 31 15 19 21 19 4 35 4 5 13 3 7 8 5 3 22 6 088 998 212 081 261 300 235 106 877 855 954 780 074 086 255 478 542 551 524 423 423 351 030 376 626 410 689 171 700 058 061 624 895 513 388 144 515 992 640 294 517 415 152 844 178 491 270 171 136 731 010 602 102 978 211 407 710 184 814 531 037 544 453 663 293 349 402 358 518 226 782 761 218 489 949 267 738 408 167 207 950 114 812 728 296 414

Procurement 1 260 588 528 28 558 14 14 364 127 37 527 151 552 894 653 277 –

Salaries and wages 5 159 164 789 – 828 10 72 389 303 52 3 155 5 66 2 31 6 2 452 37 1 846 6 4 8 4 7 10 5 11 27 3 52 8 123 11 26 40 2 9 11 13 2 48 6 7 7 14 9 14 19 836 3 37 261 5 11 30 765 1 29 1 1 9 35 1 5 2 10 1 4 16 3 11 9 3 1 16 1 1 24 1 8 541 495 698 112 907 329 – 983 501 659 091 375 859 672 490 446 648 471 290 711 304 146 949 528 035 534 141 104 278 294 337 994 255 608 278 799 111 007 012 683 634 985 819 369 814 065 170 165 431 102 252 084 326 158 – 021 114 084 198 914 187 696 680 406 782 497 986 528 983 806 824 166 904 839 741 017 280 150 358 128 541

Pennsylvania Con. Wyoming County York County State undistributed Rhode Island Bristol County Kent County Newport County Providence County Washington County State undistributed South Carolina Abbeville County Aiken County Allendale County Anderson County Bamberg County Barnwell County Beaufort County Berkeley County Calhoun County Charleston County Cherokee County Chester County Chesterfield County Clarendon County Colleton County Darlington County Dillon County Dorchester County Edgefield County Fairfield County Florence County Georgetown County Greenville County Greenwood County Hampton County Horry County Jasper County Kershaw County Lancaster County Laurens County Lee County Lexington County McCormick County Marion County Marlboro County Newberry County Oconee County Orangeburg County Pickens County Richland County Saluda County Spartanburg County Sumter County Union County Williamsburg County York County State undistributed South Dakota Aurora County Beadle County Bennett County Bon Homme County Brookings County Brown County Brule County Buffalo County Butte County Campbell County Charles Mix County Clark County Clay County Codington County Corson County Custer County Davison County Day County Deuel County Dewey County Douglas County Edmunds County Fall River County Faulk County Grant County Gregory County Haakon County Hamlin County Hand County Hanson County See footnotes at end of table.

10 19

01 02 01 01 02 02

03 02 03 02 03 06 02 02 01 06 06 01 06 05 05 05 06 06 05 05 01 06 03 05 05 06 01 06 04 03 02 01 02 05 05 03 04 05 06 02 03 06 05 05 03 02 06 03 02 06 03 04 05 06 04 06 05

1 760 2 7 5

4 192 800 632 456 256 187 834

9 416 57 103 18 074 672 1 235 567 1 278 964 1 321 1 047 1 800 1 947 795 35 996 13 578 5 736 16 5 308 2 7 16 10 1 6 1 63 6 73 10 2 3 13 24 348 1 13 71 1 10 9 391 373 262 283 003 356 897 853 108 547 484 263 860 804 579 028 087 883 801 634 244 997 962 050 145 109 136

00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

437 779 240 4 323 1 399 523 11 150 36 924 1 108 1 287 428 116 1 959 331 989 7 037 385 4 130 3 119 633 456 3 243 319 221 3 204 232 608 859 231 553 200 199

2 040 780 1 539 885 754

58

Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004
U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.
[Thousand dollars]

Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 1 16 7 1 2 2 1 5 10 22 31 3 5 2 4 24 2 2 157 6 92 3 2 10 2 13 6 2 1 9 6 8 13 5 21 2 5 900 72 41 16 12 113 91 40 13 29 58 38 15 30 8 34 50 14 50 572 11 18 45 37 33 17 40 48 29 21 64 14 59 310 6 28 25 55 19 26 31 23 7 18 11 47 18 400 7 26 40 244 774 672 614 900 096 090 476 913 300 437 977 886 739 354 856 089 623 366 590 631 137 487 056 626 346 981 802 434 738 075 635 357 514 521 658 962 244 233 517 785 744 196 507 339 364 622 032 773 726 006 675 172 553 084 475 650 213 339 621 624 023 702 124 255 928 718 465 489 371 643 164 931 851 614 269 506 612 992 141 146 593 049 061 656 828 864

State and county area

Total 17 335 56 18 28 19 31 47 76 127 69 39 37 25 42 215 17 27 1 088 45 758 41 36 97 22 197 77 21 27 111 51 59 177 38 116 18 281 167 418 858 236 978 413 737 760 987 950 152 570 987 288 956 677 406 253 902 264 251 215 967 893 120 565 269 199 804 210 261 164 510 977 080 438 446

Retirement and disability 2 49 21 4 5 6 2 17 27 62 30 8 14 5 12 62 2 7 338 13 270 9 8 22 6 20 20 6 2 11 15 20 28 11 47 2 14 516 230 86 61 23 301 207 129 33 94 149 67 31 95 17 97 142 35 183 1 308 30 45 105 95 58 51 118 136 78 58 179 40 146 891 16 69 69 148 38 67 103 52 26 51 24 143 53 1 006 17 61 117 500 897 287 010 378 304 673 855 184 657 889 178 095 420 136 755 995 273 335 464 703 769 457 972 728 096 743 043 983 886 838 990 755 941 645 573 161 572 621 457 185 139 646 258 239 576 209 091 107 495 684 823 435 273 943 292 884 852 646 802 958 537 200 179 900 721 250 982 809 169 677 111 625 898 282 197 498 503 572 059 888 824 574 762 530 202 644 393

Other direct payments 6 28 23 10 10 10 5 22 23 24 21 18 17 12 20 25 5 11 356 15 86 15 15 27 10 39 37 11 18 24 17 28 23 16 30 9 179 9 466 104 39 28 16 115 106 73 22 58 66 28 19 50 13 47 72 31 65 798 27 35 49 66 38 37 60 98 45 28 80 26 83 483 13 47 44 60 46 42 52 24 12 25 18 56 28 551 18 51 60 155 312 056 371 524 137 747 163 487 444 670 965 186 784 784 464 155 912 849 902 759 248 238 264 865 515 760 023 701 978 721 439 862 799 557 313 039 686 189 664 443 601 889 013 750 786 209 484 042 729 347 554 998 353 516 601 791 519 164 873 804 765 545 189 259 161 991 150 485 002 150 653 078 288 568 738 868 162 337 197 143 568 245 050 421 332 564 008

Grants 6 232 7 3 5 2 22 4 19 21 12 8 4 6 8 33 8 6 151 7 143 14 11 32 3 105 12 3 5 56 14 7 8 8 22 6 102 9 863 100 39 23 22 90 77 77 15 58 77 23 31 74 22 82 53 29 47 2 200 19 31 43 73 67 41 55 83 46 45 87 24 82 419 28 72 75 76 71 50 43 22 14 25 23 48 36 530 20 64 82 692 388 618 520 719 096 715 126 941 523 624 132 060 064 190 697 561 843 546 047 895 539 755 940 312 378 059 482 731 685 377 100 969 157 074 225 246 362 829 209 283 278 850 384 856 583 067 033 308 275 359 940 243 388 326 020 367 527 185 201 503 479 850 938 774 110 964 862 976 582 478 837 800 711 977 241 371 485 876 839 739 991 005 701 396 147 137 649

Procurement 657 6 270 584 78 3 087 166 99 608 585 3 992 630 868 414 182 362 57 496 99 219 93 149 2 035 46 937 272 541 5 724 292 6 118 714 451 74 2 882 587 513 110 105 379 4 172 28 – 8 118 171 3 052 967 1 176 2 530 248 26 067 3 25 2 92 2 306 111 259 013 435

Salaries and wages 1 164 18 551 4 312 257 4 270 710 503 3 008 5 789 15 334 3 338 3 426 2 232 838 1 484 36 264 596 1 007 149 023 6 817 209 958 1 387 977 8 993 924 26 458 5 993 200 315 14 780 2 2 5 1 11 737 122 819 701 632 301 – 751 959 640 334 104 531 152 180 748 493 216 475 877 258 070 219 769 913 164 239 429 452 470 201 509 111 111 190 795 265 614

South Dakota Con. Harding County Hughes County Hutchinson County Hyde County Jackson County Jerauld County Jones County Kingsbury County Lake County Lawrence County Lincoln County Lyman County McCook County McPherson County Marshall County Meade County Mellette County Miner County Minnehaha County Moody County Pennington County Perkins County Potter County Roberts County Sanborn County Shannon County Spink County Stanley County Sully County Todd County Tripp County Turner County Union County Walworth County Yankton County Ziebach County State undistributed Tennessee Anderson County Bedford County Benton County Bledsoe County Blount County Bradley County Campbell County Cannon County Carroll County Carter County Cheatham County Chester County Claiborne County Clay County Cocke County Coffee County Crockett County Cumberland County Davidson County Decatur County De Kalb County Dickson County Dyer County Fayette County Fentress County Franklin County Gibson County Giles County Grainger County Greene County Grundy County Hamblen County Hamilton County Hancock County Hardeman County Hardin County Hawkins County Haywood County Henderson County Henry County Hickman County Houston County Humphreys County Jackson County Jefferson County Johnson County Knox County Lake County Lauderdale County Lawrence County See footnotes at end of table.

00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

03 06 08 04 02 03 04 06 08 01 05 07 07 03 06 01 04 08 04 05 07 07 06 08 08 07 04 04 08 04 03 01 04 01 03 01 07 07 01 08 07 08 04 07 08 08 06 01 03 01 02 08 08 04

45 440 543 3 573 565 172 145 118 775 63 371 554 983 409 312 75 309 303 126 86 229 58 234 667 100 236 5 230 80 118 209 246 169 135 264 334 176 137 418 94 330 2 847 59 211 199 319 165 168 212 105 55 363 69 287 121 2 833 60 188 270 112 137 951 990 259 799 681 207 357 264 090 831 189 483 933 464 327 819 111 258 093 460 191 748 836 642 435 113 616 347 581 563 273 950 284 602 876 362 334 554 777 799 706 442 038

3 475 84 5 3 1 20 15 6 1 7 8 6 3 4 2 5 39 2 6 521 2 2 8 10 3 4 10 11 4 3 12

1 867 305 4 558 1 970 1 369 359 1 –65 401 308 134 888 203 606

4 016 1 981 354 822 552 19 4 1 1 58 676 338 403 278 228

405 6 980 521 834 386 16 218 3 166 12 870 856 897 2 161 1 098 715 231 743 384 32 202 469 1 6 1 954 190 258 220 969

1 968 11 702 530 974 628 5 626 6 20 8 7 10 4 2 28 1 7 2 276 3 4 8 517 866 241 317 973 719 067 848 566 527 310 262 767 877 018

Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004
U.S. Census Bureau

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Table 15.
[Thousand dollars]

Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 11 32 42 50 25 21 94 27 27 74 11 42 142 5 20 32 20 7 4 16 65 29 52 59 210 21 12 77 908 18 12 152 141 54 7 17 18 5 39 110 16 33 23 146 97 22 490 56 12 81 24 9 2 42 25 6 19 68 3 33 250 1 493 418 141 237 981 152 401 397 661 991 692 524 070 204 978 132 393 419 673 881 041 963 792 920 322 025 838 361 270 175 413 795 498 611 722 484 703 884 471 559 996 869 733 857 935 891 022 117 840 492 041 274 163 696 800 662 754 608 933 046 324 965

State and county area

Total 67 202 263 291 198 106 566 179 134 347 73 223 760 19 103 207 137 55 35 118 434 250 416 236 1 194 260 77 333 7 071 102 140 1 014 634 283 41 239 78 26 232 742 93 196 145 395 381 2 202 141 858 280 58 434 124 61 15 182 503 54 94 266 36 162 3 735 12 574 68 4 104 811 820 927 62 26 73 237 99 187 158 111 73 1 793 84 42 215 64 154 241 44 48 42 262 453 529 689 791 078 534 381 852 944 671 775 280 054 710 703 568 136 867 640 063 338 630 396 396 452 499 167 893 460 443 422 623 194 455 408 547 489 804 551 912 924 128 320 632 756 480 345 387 925 957 341 611 403 700 051 748 224 869 367 942 848 242 496 271 899 038 938 885 348 980 512 322 680 653 533 755 263 013 552 397 410 061 686 944 575 669

Retirement and disability 24 88 150 136 79 40 216 73 59 165 32 113 402 9 44 94 53 21 12 53 178 81 168 124 333 55 26 194 1 922 40 48 488 282 129 15 64 36 9 98 329 36 76 67 234 190 1 41 765 128 26 198 75 30 5 84 61 13 65 135 14 59 733 4 137 708 198 158 211 722 906 386 988 651 001 244 029 247 692 630 778 171 720 273 187 711 937 988 432 571 709 807 270 477 902 740 547 777 858 532 799 940 824 633 421 988 392 714 775 751 581 195 900 842 548 805 630 408 774 025 333 330 299 485 101 937 656

Other direct payments 20 38 58 66 47 33 136 48 36 88 12 45 113 5 24 55 37 15 9 28 90 43 88 59 130 38 14 61 1 133 32 15 211 133 61 13 28 15 7 73 149 22 59 34 75 96 1 782 30 641 74 20 118 29 10 7 41 34 28 14 47 13 51 194 1 684 18 2 26 138 209 108 13 14 15 69 23 34 39 27 17 411 21 17 52 39 36 70 17 14 27 108 376 311 143 280 478 215 037 677 315 930 887 333 667 481 232 157 982 332 333 626 640 503 378 511 438 084 276 063 742 433 366 209 104 932 556 308 333 311 779 050 032 161 386 838 110 945 211 148 898 533 217 487 768 961 900 045 046 682 373 362 001 330 782 461 374 592 077 819 908 543 219 655 263 712 993 749 394 571 479 280 095 845 319 400 318 107

Grants 17 70 41 62 64 27 164 51 30 72 24 56 111 2 31 48 42 14 13 26 83 50 80 43 120 56 15 53 1 508 21 27 191 86 69 8 29 24 8 50 140 32 49 37 51 67 419 27 792 65 10 87 17 5 2 51 25 9 10 55 7 48 202 1 814 782 652 976 091 273 948 793 459 110 036 640 531 265 732 074 036 869 115 527 545 104 094 731 890 028 387 591 471 910 740 864 200 991 583 955 770 169 407 927 648 435 085 191 884 858 066 386 563 173 198 603 511 262 248 914 931 214 285 513 764 633 831

Procurement 517 103 195 097 161 500 480 181 173 967

Salaries and wages 4 4 10 10 6 3 37 4 4 17 148 125 890 147 356 246 659 715 241 625

Tennessee Con. Lewis County Lincoln County Loudon County McMinn County McNairy County Macon County Madison County Marion County Marshall County Maury County Meigs County Monroe County Montgomery County Moore County Morgan County Obion County Overton County Perry County Pickett County Polk County Putnam County Rhea County Roane County Robertson County Rutherford County Scott County Sequatchie County Sevier County Shelby County Smith County Stewart County Sullivan County Sumner County Tipton County Trousdale County Unicoi County Union County Van Buren County Warren County Washington County Wayne County Weakley County White County Williamson County Wilson County State undistributed Texas Anderson County Andrews County Angelina County Aransas County Archer County Armstrong County Atascosa County Austin County Bailey County Bandera County Bastrop County Baylor County Bee County Bell County Bexar County Blanco County Borden County Bosque County Bowie County Brazoria County Brazos County Brewster County Briscoe County Brooks County Brown County Burleson County Burnet County Caldwell County Calhoun County Callahan County Cameron County Camp County Carson County Cass County Castro County Chambers County Cherokee County Childress County Clay County Cochran County See footnotes at end of table.

04 04 02 02 07 06 08 04 06 04 03 02 07 08 04 04 08 06 07 04 03 06 03 03 04 06 06 04 04 01 02 07 08 09 06 08 01 06 08 06 01 03 04 04 01 07 08 04 04 07 05 06

1 2 17 1 11 1 4 4

466 2 589 42 490 586 1 086 1 368 720 292 232 6 290 62 4 44 1 503 104 19 4 1 583 1 13 87 100 15 589 485 579 732 099 613 865 022 309 592 710 021 355 490 260

3 392 5 738 90 946 377 2 439 8 289 3 651 3 027 503 4 285 19 70 33 6 107 5 1 20 924 5 34 36 31 7 2 033 182 829 963 187 304 152 128 135 485 696 288 291 159 776

110 925 409 674 1 936 21 918 1 1 10 2 455 898 033 122 893 –

5 358 1 720 251 7 998 100 785 1 10 5 23 23 14 690 8 1 25 1 14 3 7 1 4 22 1 2 1 973 2 343 983 517 029 152 293 – 246 266 006 283 567 751 371 307 264 514 879 238 003 446 084 831

05 19 02 14 13 13 28 31 19 21 14 31 13 15 11 20 21 23 28 21 17 11 01 14 22 31 23 13 15 17 31 21 14 14 17 27 01 13 01 13 09 02 13 13 19

26 968 708 3 405 218 4 998 449 232 83 1 306 374 535 373 280 6 357 186 684 631 926 2 594 529 377 134 964 143 371 16 368 56 372 2 726 276 388 6 964 1 1 1 14 3 414 824 533 459 751

9 101 683 18 002 90 248 271 130 156 9 1 7 38 17 40 36 20 13 371 12 6 30 7 28 48 7 11 3 275 226 716 753 183 057 286 498 569 314 825 011 478 012 687 227 091 613 231 340

42 426 569 57 177 285 566 441 458 214 22 4 16 106 44 121 70 46 38 523 36 15 102 13 37 100 16 24 7 314 364 936 600 410 450 103 512 127 901 640 943 117 413 075 737 309 335 692 741

3 492 273 16 020 125 706 119 404 480 13 5 34 45 26 23 43 18 11 633 23 8 54 11 33 64 8 7 6 838 051 685 202 817 815 589 387 614 096 075 560 618 505 064 584 276 586 759 868

3 617 738 3 649 118 881 33 217 68 337 10 925 544 7 247 9 103 2 6 3 4 2 139 1 1 4 3 5 1 1 989 900 509 341 259 061 575 006 671 977 343 190 692 458 787

86 093 364 331 1 529 199 42 552 1 593 931 348 166

60

Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004
U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.
[Thousand dollars]

Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 3 8 627 3 20 91 13 3 38 75 1 3 3 6 2 6 2 294 14 18 5 530 20 2 10 3 12 18 124 2 128 713 33 17 32 22 4 7 1 442 10 18 16 14 271 5 22 1 7 19 21 115 115 25 99 36 3 8 5 4 50 3 644 62 5 5 119 3 79 658 35 22 46 33 23 32 3 81 22 1 8 14 35 2 248 5 40 143 20 15 85 27 715 738 938 046 767 806 616 744 626 074 748 849 950 645 727 175 706 383 510 506 597 354 711 221 939 669 379 488 013 710 126 704 765 620 513 096 330 551 620 066 597 386 563 743 094 502 334 104 281 409 933 035 241 620 029 735 115 207 374 347 285 727 423 592 359 336 184 248 157 781 492 201 303 879 300 781 617 738 981 400 609 253 223 062 807 418 093 458 377 214

State and county area

Total 20 80 1 674 41 137 432 94 27 169 286 21 14 24 69 15 62 12 174 129 118 40 1 057 116 26 87 28 115 135 508 18 468 4 446 157 128 474 147 39 78 18 882 53 91 86 124 1 471 38 130 18 39 145 132 583 630 117 472 228 41 52 39 41 228 15 798 331 22 60 435 13 339 2 683 211 153 230 168 171 301 35 884 114 7 40 97 217 17 2 429 45 253 503 117 101 410 167 124 439 560 220 944 938 577 556 156 802 320 954 412 536 234 462 161 243 279 444 753 815 373 569 490 382 784 244 608 376 264 994 234 737 716 572 650 845 588 727 688 876 148 481 305 498 704 761 275 597 347 439 053 048 573 578 155 587 731 015 626 144 839 704 282 574 081 789 079 007 024 121 225 078 959 554 411 909 328 035 068 119 523 063 746 443 158 711 005 521

Retirement and disability 10 30 645 8 52 264 38 7 86 186 5 7 7 14 4 18 3 476 28 31 15 497 44 6 17 11 28 59 239 5 223 1 391 76 44 90 68 11 15 5 411 24 44 26 21 558 10 84 1 17 50 60 299 313 50 307 70 10 22 11 13 119 4 921 132 2 18 188 6 163 754 100 43 159 77 66 86 5 186 58 3 17 30 91 6 594 10 84 292 45 32 217 109 329 427 060 527 220 732 199 249 095 724 529 195 503 853 384 120 275 121 302 235 996 493 964 175 524 177 093 062 904 411 475 514 515 509 566 967 917 272 698 480 699 310 839 529 007 894 881 067 753 031 068 925 061 368 110 621 688 018 784 442 784 218 545 397 403 423 593 463 789 589 425 479 316 571 792 917 386 950 837 642 791 206 174 280 110 332 453 786 020 919

Other direct payments 6 27 179 19 46 72 31 10 49 38 8 5 4 39 4 31 2 059 69 51 11 201 34 13 17 11 31 44 156 9 113 751 49 32 51 38 18 44 8 162 13 20 26 77 320 14 31 10 11 28 51 157 166 26 73 102 19 18 22 14 65 3 159 76 17 27 76 5 91 679 58 71 46 46 41 72 8 107 36 2 11 45 61 2 473 10 72 123 41 25 109 23 326 371 961 994 434 680 219 256 609 354 729 814 334 519 976 086 742 363 140 633 816 150 621 050 847 580 804 638 081 591 107 211 928 028 863 850 166 229 509 229 494 745 195 869 133 189 705 130 081 264 796 612 810 930 573 372 625 356 150 459 436 163 962 430 412 519 477 333 299 628 237 091 219 168 544 019 551 585 391 805 959 360 306 973 671 088 534 420 906 425

Grants 2 19 106 10 32 41 21 8 24 40 6 1 12 13 2 12 1 706 28 32 11 149 34 4 41 4 48 27 97 2 109 860 25 47 47 34 7 16 4 148 7 23 31 23 354 13 8 5 10 42 16 96 120 34 67 47 9 8 5 12 37 3 350 104 1 12 88 1 75 860 42 34 13 36 55 44 14 73 14 1 9 17 57 6 309 17 88 66 21 40 64 6 379 029 145 361 348 053 462 774 987 675 285 468 193 943 654 016 000 542 870 901 261 799 818 787 306 278 244 998 743 951 863 751 213 507 065 277 510 908 807 566 138 413 455 154 118 081 959 229 098 611 214 629 882 469 146 093 518 114 788 829 973 481 891 768 108 091 421 688 608 274 606 944 928 707 352 315 139 057 513 407 456 833 810 043 072 920 011 955 945 344

Procurement 199 787 663 806 606 3 407 4 108 973 266 3 828 10 705 116 99 66 232 370 182 3 194 096 398 831 475 114 784 621 166 293 99 1 510 949 2 717 83 6 319 590 592 992 554 3 772 1 610 248 385 76 97 833 512 1 044 1 029 265 161 847 182 1 762 33 264 716 813 11 5 2 9 1 825 889 114 635 646

Salaries and wages 891 824 587 731 536 365 724 011 637 345

Texas Con. Coke County Coleman County Collin County Collingsworth County Colorado County Comal County Comanche County Concho County Cooke County Coryell County Cottle County Crane County Crockett County Crosby County Culberson County Dallam County Dallas County Dawson County Deaf Smith County Delta County Denton County De Witt County Dickens County Dimmit County Donley County Duval County Eastland County Ector County Edwards County Ellis County El Paso County Erath County Falls County Fannin County Fayette County Fisher County Floyd County Foard County Fort Bend County Franklin County Freestone County Frio County Gaines County Galveston County Garza County Gillespie County Glasscock County Goliad County Gonzales County Gray County Grayson County Gregg County Grimes County Guadalupe County Hale County Hall County Hamilton County Hansford County Hardeman County Hardin County Harris County Harrison County Hartley County Haskell County Hays County Hemphill County Henderson County Hidalgo County Hill County Hockley County Hood County Hopkins County Houston County Howard County Hudspeth County Hunt County Hutchinson County Irion County Jack County Jackson County Jasper County Jeff Davis County Jefferson County Jim Hogg County Jim Wells County Johnson County Jones County Karnes County Kaufman County Kendall County See footnotes at end of table.

17 17 03 04 26 13 14 21 17 17 04 11 13 19 23 13 23 13
2

2 79 1 3 50 2 1 4 10

661 377 315 989 2 849 1 1 738 2 2 1 058 048 819 136 200

17 13 01 26 14 13 23 13 28 17 19 23 06 16 23 17 05 04 14 17 13 13 22 25 01 05 28 19 09 17 21 17 15 14 13 04 04 02 14 13 13 11 13 13 02
2

93 896 2 752 803 11 264 713 5 837 3 694 11 829 796 15 103 852 5 3 281 4 228 526 024 922 613

1 230 1 672 360 61 739 7 940 2 1 1 76 312 379 394 082 864

4 571 126 1 072 23 626 3 878 18 23 3 13 7 443 384 186 646 098

1 277 499 182 182 971 2 565 433 8 922 66 381 65 488 99 1 741 229 544 3 696 650 4 1 3 50 238 723 192 806 423

1 215 1 825 917 826 4 315 1 801 000 9 360 374 1 727 16 871 6 159 5 2 6 5 4 46 6 442 848 761 688 868 519 884 569 826 847

01 13 17 14 21 13 05 15 28 06 19 17 01 02 19 23 01 13 17 17 14 02 23 09 28 28 06 17 14 04 05 21

496 118 1 219 66 315 1 195 1 603 494 846 412 66 1 728 4 748 622 542 3 086 23 771

21 186 4 117 251 1 272 1 986 4 1 205 6 7 16 8 2 15 4 260 225 821 703 165 356 538 007 048 062

Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004
U.S. Census Bureau

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Table 15.
[Thousand dollars]

Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 407 744 45 675 4 563 323 3 31 3 49 14 20 5 18 16 16 74 22 3 11 18 251 6 8 222 13 11 4 3 38 50 42 2 120 25 5 9 19 362 20 13 1 60 48 14 15 317 9 2 84 27 22 100 9 15 46 118 7 11 109 3 2 13 11 337 357 893 710 520 718 945 945 536 106 821 763 074 694 143 52 018 156 108 439 853 203 115 448 844 092 436 269 285 344 204 130 402 503 382 333 079 307 249 243 345 129 513 143 140 873 325 865 336 933 949 397 410 639 066 062 064 995 650 842

State and county area

Total 1 8 343 24 2 30 286 42 313 121 121 60 147 67 127 356 137 17 74 115 1 268 62 60 1 367 3 54 79 46 24 216 258 179 18 459 148 33 53 122 1 033 74 92 14 330 269 79 99 2 407 39 13 462 155 125 357 77 59 372 2 081 55 46 204 17 24 123 85 55 4 117 206 79 220 98 69 105 481 51 15 90 20 181 27 972 28 260 52 6 14 15 71 15 410 531 795 932 327 972 204 147 469 133 169 428 559 191 128 815 766 791 283 394 678 595 803 054 750 054 586 362 093 314 861 919 598 279 177 269 803 955 407 575 698 022 370 799 144 804 474 754 886 345 993 919 619 892 667 049 232 097 657 808 946 785 344 908 722 637 694 664 534 676 964 805 578 478 960 697 149 467 692 538 715 751 825 216 368 269 151 055 011 732 163

Retirement and disability 526 2 845 200 269 12 693 289 12 64 11 131 32 78 11 64 31 57 157 59 6 20 75 493 13 24 550 1 25 31 8 11 82 68 95 6 223 66 15 19 65 586 31 45 4 126 115 33 42 728 14 5 218 71 56 209 17 23 235 399 15 27 67 5 12 41 22 21 1 41 87 31 99 50 28 49 153 14 6 35 10 67 5 461 15 63 23 2 4 6 18 2 632 987 642 200 042 488 680 482 568 999 976 443 451 932 761 049 280 826 843 610 539 797 790 194 551 969 584 980 938 929 734 464 211 453 860 340 593 430 322 855 593 485 135 999 932 409 298 108 870 564 258 962 701 294 602 800 801 159 304 137 948 064 644 337 193 257 384 279 012 348 222 360 102 886 241 040 385 180 041 363 965 027 840 897 848 629

Other direct payments 393 709 735 695 716 079 691 151 218 988 106 050 796 258 064 194 575 242 174 399 138 247 787 643 896 790 016 615 492 101 078 051 631 664 726 913 421 617 696 473 201 428 893 666 108 093 405 201 103 763 349 806 524 103 321 428 422 638 412 019 754 587 080 277 341 205 127 827 833 050 895 261 175 958 886 240 784 158 796 174 393 078 402 286 161 997 546 762 852 135

Grants 321 1 663 19 426 4 047 813 4 57 12 91 20 13 33 37 17 37 69 38 1 14 9 258 11 14 263 13 27 14 4 59 95 35 4 64 42 7 11 18 139 11 19 3 90 75 23 18 429 3 2 97 38 29 39 8 16 47 103 18 7 39 4 7 47 37 673 886 411 991 882 404 294 645 823 992 023 331 747 069 275 17 016 868 796 762 702 534 016 250 564 434 516 668 964 748 004 107 866 289 430 150 898 093 518 074 672 997 042 629 195 325 440 465 898 910 007 747 394 080 315 492 087 093 877 463

Procurement 166 66 26 296 166 38 103 48 213 288 4 283 480 619 141 859 430 786 2 201 2 655 199 5 314 566 33 46 504 298 490 151 730 50 462 3 606 151 435 3 740 1 475 1 012 116 11 819 1 118 241 282 1 010 17 902 331 530 66 2 526 1 872 464 730 459 850 298 122 2 133 2 415 822 25 304 282 396 2 030 1 289 429 1 994 442 624 83 117 736 2 024 357 66 1 437 51 161 1 971 2 011 439 348 677 45 867 448 83 518 176 781 986 54 064 241 3 181 479 33 99 83 215 9 765 274

Salaries and wages 126 511 29 206 726 116 6 60 1 9 2 2 5 3 1 2 7 3 1 18 2 89 1 2 130 362 716 419 600 330 619 591 324 617 996 904 780 163 076 389 126 209 258 211 127

Texas Con. Kenedy County Kent County Kerr County Kimble County King County Kinney County Kleberg County Knox County Lamar County Lamb County Lampasas County La Salle County Lavaca County Lee County Leon County Liberty County Limestone County Lipscomb County Live Oak County Llano County Loving County Lubbock County Lynn County McCulloch County McLennan County McMullen County Madison County Marion County Martin County Mason County Matagorda County Maverick County Medina County Menard County Midland County Milam County Mills County Mitchell County Montague County Montgomery County Moore County Morris County Motley County Nacogdoches County Navarro County Newton County Nolan County Nueces County Ochiltree County Oldham County Orange County Palo Pinto County Panola County Parker County Parmer County Pecos County Polk County Potter County Presidio County Rains County Randall County Reagan County Real County Red River County Reeves County Refugio County Roberts County Robertson County Rockwall County Runnels County Rusk County Sabine County San Augustine County San Jacinto County San Patricio County San Saba County Schleicher County Scurry County Shackelford County Shelby County Sherman County Smith County Somervell County Starr County Stephens County Sterling County Stonewall County Sutton County Swisher County Tarrant County See footnotes at end of table.

27 17 21 21 13 23 15 27 13 01 13 19 11 28 14 31 05 02 05 13 15 21 19 19 19 17 05 11 28 05 01 19 21 14 23 23 21 19 11 11 17 13 02 08 13 01 13 01 02 06 02 17 15 27 13 13 02 17 01 12 19 23 02 13 23 04 13 23 23 01 23 14 13 05 04 17 01 02 02 02 15 11 17 17 17 01 13 04 17 28 17 17 17 23 13 06 12 24 26

3 68 6 1 6 54 17 76 64 26 10 40 15 28 120 33 7 16 28 381 34 18 270 13 14 22 7 66 61 41 5 123 35 10 20 33 248 27 24 6 95 70 20 35 430 19 5 136 39 34 71 47 16 81 169 8 10 93 7 5 31 20 20 2 28 25 27 58 26 17 26 101 12 5 32 5 44 19 232 7 66 17 1 6 4 39 1 230

247 1 559 2 661 871 792 5 084 31 575 5 030 505 35 243 3 304 975 1 189 3 721 41 552 3 747 2 085 425 14 579 7 158 1 2 359 1 8 3 4 11 3 2 5 119 11 1 759 487 794 382 504 813 850 211 798 278 439 197 903 719 371

3 114 428 314 2 694 2 861 2 231 320 2 745 6 815 2 488 6 2 1 1 85 183 651 320 954 885

7 640 863 16 136 58 260 10 943 47 10 8 24 68 6 2 16 3 26 3 186 7 59 9 1 1 4 7 1 588 973 407 923 678 187 086 779 084 232 156 095 414 453 832 523 305 405 097 854 088

11 837 507 43 189 35 674 17 198 54 18 22 27 94 22 3 19 3 64 1 171 4 105 9 1 2 2 11 794 332 949 624 024 838 847 001 873 592 911 628 546 418 921 280 904 075 839 691 369

1 254 497 2 258 734 4 809 53 1 21 1 359 957 114 617 385

190 495 430 1 126 987 756

62

Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004
U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.
[Thousand dollars]

Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 125 108 957 12 576 1 632 29 224 103 869 14 20 37 3 26 47 51 85 62 34 10 31 219 41 4 127 14 20 317 36 6 55 40 7 17 13 11 2 389 6 44 97 19 261 15 10 4 8 36 9 6 12 7 1 2 935 14 23 19 33 49 26 403 18 109 2 208 621 36 36 30 149 6 47 7 24 29 27 63 59 44 58 7 459 39 88 16 11 31 772 868 345 806 397 147 616 410 996 777 217 757 358 248 464 594 787 321 184 231 938 726 714 539 357 348 938 154 700 039 077 810 467 689 926 208 004 723 427 712 285 009 178 305 614 393 054 295 015 649 455 843 688 671 352 139 924 494 633 394 865 956 464 286 654 556 643 418 189 372 616 068 284 023 827 358 726 737 929 981

State and county area

Total 984 12 109 14 137 721 7 849 105 119 194 18 154 412 241 399 229 148 60 176 961 272 38 1 210 94 126 1 405 139 34 176 239 48 108 61 75 9 759 13 683 38 297 377 109 10 2 645 79 50 41 55 183 45 38 51 21 11 9 4 793 112 93 99 74 427 130 1 122 47 476 15 1 317 908 4 632 174 216 166 1 214 43 284 40 110 147 283 397 615 240 415 280 90 637 363 263 75 52 144 414 776 467 531 243 612 727 686 421 828 242 065 318 212 973 224 608 696 664 064 006 946 379 463 331 961 267 726 576 345 257 847 552 522 731 623 070 423 129 665 093 993 087 101 463 815 200 722 162 765 145 362 683 316 381 351 063 453 952 259 384 004 665 420 129 369 933 824 692 619 704 742 968 271 798 348 389 925 214 039 862 538 946 566 922 438 488 590

Retirement and disability 341 3 27 5 56 274 1 514 51 59 105 7 52 95 128 183 100 49 25 76 244 92 14 394 35 32 451 80 15 96 133 13 51 18 18 3 4 123 14 97 124 54 2 518 31 22 11 19 67 15 18 23 18 4 4 1 447 19 42 43 36 101 45 473 24 275 5 557 1 416 66 100 74 274 20 91 16 47 67 70 168 148 107 161 20 981 111 156 35 30 82 474 186 450 381 598 862 632 217 441 150 410 005 819 317 270 254 973 403 463 125 085 921 270 427 603 380 445 361 967 912 948 803 190 458 212 174 069 516 582 098 754 379 195 137 893 461 427 729 410 154 302 237 555 947 694 243 955 930 732 743 237 356 637 477 990 334 964 473 523 111 697 367 491 954 774 082 690 764 828 769 379 64 969 361 967 544 768 025

Other direct payments 153 1 59 6 41 125 575 29 35 49 7 44 39 72 110 58 46 14 42 190 105 17 160 38 41 115 27 12 36 60 28 33 19 21 7 317 2 158 6 33 66 29 100 16 9 4 5 27 8 6 12 3 2 1 627 13 20 21 7 21 19 225 6 72 2 162 622 846 30 43 32 149 7 41 6 22 26 31 79 65 52 63 193 9 997 53 63 17 9 25 185 881 745 100 052 842 397 650 036 355 125 553 372 523 391 224 913 920 634 273 164 000 157 304 652 091 475 731 407 533 248 773 626 112 213 494 876 393 703 303 732 591 320 335 609 713 994 139 403 586 293 307 479 047 682 436 730 077 861 972 154 636 374 537 079 134 747 980 614 467 996 752 655 125 915 229 708 239 231 513 320 003 316 791 554 935 460 419

Grants 153 2 20 2 32 101 4 700 22 20 34 3 48 68 32 84 53 39 17 46 383 61 5 128 17 49 110 26 5 33 37 5 18 20 34 2 438 2 947 14 34 95 31 2 104 25 14 6 11 44 11 6 10 –2 4 2 1 494 68 23 19 12 25 38 276 10 42 3 230 284 1 423 38 60 50 333 9 82 15 34 39 51 112 363 64 80 87 7 991 41 32 20 10 21 317 200 284 300 183 559 289 263 203 832 231 061 601 240 667 124 985 942 085 741 805 164 333 159 816 617 754 750 197 055 171 447 149 842 963 857 504 500 039 313 476 469 970 864 986 577 176 183 349 050 381 341 807 054 483 695 020 116 311 790 506 495 186 066 943 971 455 215 508 295 343 723 702 403 550 150 850 133 420 681 015 468 079 874 208 109 144 011

Procurement 68 025 4 497 377 214 1 008 57 874 531 124 545 2 128 1 156 99 929 71 779 1 851 4 064 3 7 1 2 24 735 924 101 269 302

Salaries and wages 268 412 1 013 1 612 536 6 402 161 528 2 2 4 8 136 6 17 13 3 1 9 118 9 1 354 2 1 475 286 011 613 335 377 518 747 281 582 887 813 330 212 623 633 442 288 872 710

Texas Con. Taylor County Terrell County Terry County Throckmorton County Titus County Tom Green County Travis County Trinity County Tyler County Upshur County Upton County Uvalde County Val Verde County Van Zandt County Victoria County Walker County Waller County Ward County Washington County Webb County Wharton County Wheeler County Wichita County Wilbarger County Willacy County Williamson County Wilson County Winkler County Wise County Wood County Yoakum County Young County Zapata County Zavala County State undistributed Utah Beaver County Box Elder County Cache County Carbon County Daggett County Davis County Duchesne County Emery County Garfield County Grand County Iron County Juab County Kane County Millard County Morgan County Piute County Rich County Salt Lake County San Juan County Sanpete County Sevier County Summit County Tooele County Uintah County Utah County Wasatch County Washington County Wayne County Weber County State undistributed Vermont Addison County Bennington County Caledonia County Chittenden County Essex County Franklin County Grand Isle County Lamoille County Orange County Orleans County Rutland County Washington County Windham County Windsor County State undistributed Virginia Accomack County Albemarle County Alleghany County Amelia County Amherst County See footnotes at end of table.

17 23 19 17 01 17 10 21 02 02 01 23 23 23 04 14 02 31 19 31 23 14 13 13 13 27 11 31 14 19 17 01 19 17 28 23

3 319 418 173 331 700 550 699 450 792 193 3 091 1 425 154 784 1 091 292 342 2 303 926 476 117 708 67 451 –15 491 926 1 140 583 1 549 927 11 853 7 217 24 9 2 1 679 226 213 054 988

29 423 3 801 691 6 913 6 421 736 4 040 2 496 818 – 2 150 2 14 23 10 3 781 4 2 6 11 18 1 4 4 173 146 306 355 442 205 972 053 839 123 848 924 446 786 921 943

03 01 01 02 02 01 02 02 02 02 02 01 03 02 03 01 02 01 01 02 03 02 03 03 01 01 02 02 03 02 02 02 01

99 162 540 050 1 904 889 2 8 216 5 61 627 876 977 006 708

377 680 684 217 8 617 6 088 11 9 62 20 85 3 81 3 280 405 8 7 7 144 4 60 1 4 7 13 25 26 10 80 16 342 49 7 1 1 3 731 454 071 747 778 435 597 716 357 – 058 287 849 431 788 999 648 480 457 147 924 794 741 680 833 – 443 202 661 487 659 434

2 082 4 871 625 85 760 931 540 30 4 2 311 709 870 198 316 879 902

00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

8 472 308 1 102 7 740 115 218 11 10 4 30 994 994 397 316 3

02 05 09 04 06

35 325 140 107 338 3 531 363 457 12 701

Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004
U.S. Census Bureau

63

Table 15.
[Thousand dollars]

Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 13 186 68 4 63 7 31 18 25 15 51 24 29 7 12 282 13 5 40 9 16 25 10 1 003 63 14 23 49 66 16 37 18 16 17 11 36 96 276 56 2 32 55 6 19 14 12 23 239 28 13 13 9 32 10 83 14 15 13 12 15 28 23 19 61 25 20 34 336 35 7 8 87 21 70 28 22 38 32 17 111 114 6 11 44 34 52 17 41 28 60 913 117 774 984 788 034 777 194 200 919 695 019 495 120 412 925 852 139 192 178 177 173 339 157 255 464 644 841 611 989 262 753 490 024 496 362 054 479 940 482 774 502 775 355 334 030 846 156 802 085 134 226 493 489 959 902 552 303 893 625 970 730 239 752 866 326 313 586 152 171 990 679 084 218 893 982 032 538 585 850 781 970 914 753 377 030 039 744 013 885

State and county area

Total 61 9 725 215 34 268 40 128 103 205 71 188 135 131 33 87 710 59 46 178 40 116 109 101 17 383 316 62 95 203 189 100 205 69 87 53 30 229 342 738 233 17 162 145 35 678 64 106 403 2 295 129 62 64 84 208 74 427 109 65 186 93 197 181 119 97 284 76 108 559 1 914 187 47 57 195 184 243 194 168 188 208 92 302 362 38 77 319 144 254 129 362 163 694 373 321 003 971 154 067 849 453 945 307 648 028 298 905 789 045 320 912 828 977 641 635 815 378 976 615 370 666 417 833 606 223 679 378 234 472 111 964 230 850 422 240 173 249 625 928 744 543 844 677 216 763 473 653 632 364 264 837 095 637 916 032 664 787 106 299 264 679 296 789 072 387 529 867 201 365 065 572 780 750 072 783 556 905 850 245 843 503 120 607

Retirement and disability 34 515 122 17 187 20 83 47 112 30 113 64 65 18 45 406 35 12 98 17 65 59 30 2 395 162 35 63 118 133 55 120 36 41 30 12 111 226 315 136 8 99 100 19 60 32 68 80 358 79 32 31 45 106 44 146 53 40 43 58 52 120 67 53 123 50 57 75 694 97 29 27 128 40 137 90 75 122 100 37 182 238 18 33 176 86 138 78 149 87 265 364 536 345 163 186 652 389 537 780 727 802 399 553 535 440 764 557 980 083 994 326 015 913 603 909 715 319 898 344 889 703 379 595 665 383 041 340 541 236 385 768 753 100 380 559 028 880 691 666 075 584 458 624 327 345 936 481 787 612 560 777 412 194 279 083 115 945 292 607 713 043 198 710 235 748 587 355 750 453 562 011 731 122 234 869 221 023 459 135 964

Other direct payments 11 164 46 9 39 9 22 29 44 16 32 23 29 7 19 108 10 4 34 7 27 23 22 347 39 14 17 41 28 23 53 17 19 10 8 50 67 193 52 4 33 20 9 12 16 26 44 52 26 15 13 28 46 18 62 19 12 24 23 22 34 26 20 54 12 24 14 76 52 8 15 35 15 53 48 39 36 43 30 25 28 11 23 83 25 51 33 74 40 99 114 827 502 070 477 228 869 822 991 020 949 497 718 318 030 579 691 280 832 782 590 595 981 299 550 370 198 571 791 757 510 170 164 804 870 741 010 819 896 418 971 718 248 612 430 810 179 371 344 257 897 972 094 903 323 995 618 565 054 146 358 902 658 459 036 709 331 230 946 721 232 475 134 594 272 571 490 782 571 787 736 971 793 224 935 983 525 203 547 611

Grants 12 194 36 5 23 6 17 22 31 21 31 15 29 6 15 113 5 2 31 13 20 19 12 450 22 8 11 31 20 14 21 12 19 7 8 59 30 110 29 4 20 14 4 6 8 7 55 43 18 13 11 4 40 5 142 16 9 25 6 61 21 16 14 70 5 20 11 125 29 5 7 27 26 39 35 41 17 42 20 17 28 5 16 45 12 55 11 62 27 21 654 928 083 971 205 694 119 202 998 352 667 059 737 643 553 278 834 612 963 421 802 274 577 698 310 807 470 438 367 414 802 375 571 599 781 532 009 650 112 068 764 214 521 082 779 604 200 184 940 339 142 702 487 965 134 529 405 032 588 703 360 717 460 866 285 220 005 218 636 238 251 214 108 657 528 872 511 448 464 271 873 958 261 213 647 220 646 380 853 165

Procurement 492 5 220 181 2 741 772 11 278 2 1 1 12 1 266 446 062 694 581

Salaries and wages 2 3 629 7 1 7 1 4 2 3 1 7 15 3 1 2 43 2 1 8 2 2 1 1 369 51 2 2 7 4 5 6 2 2 2 5 11 47 4 6 2 2 276 5 3 22 355 3 1 3 3 6 1 18 3 2 5 2 32 3 8 2 6 7 4 344 637 4 2 2 3 58 10 3 10 9 5 2 15 59 1 3 10 11 6 4 9 6 247 750 849 332 994 008 227 026 830 482 627 644 245 042 146 976 494 550 409 696 929 237 599 530 521 729 698 633 448 746 679 337 613 235 161 126 729 637 831 139 769 050 487 041 038 366 120 945 324 440 625 403 272 648 734 692 495 086 920 214 057 944 676 942 157 777 609 631 253 640 646 127 566 850 708 949 392 839 698 683 240 100 351 857 045 221 773 476 221 135 911

Virginia Con. Appomattox County Arlington County Augusta County Bath County Bedford County Bland County Botetourt County Brunswick County Buchanan County Buckingham County Campbell County Caroline County Carroll County Charles City County Charlotte County Chesterfield County Clarke County Craig County Culpeper County Cumberland County Dickenson County Dinwiddie County Essex County Fairfax County Fauquier County Floyd County Fluvanna County Franklin County Frederick County Giles County Gloucester County Goochland County Grayson County Greene County Greensville County Halifax County Hanover County Henrico County Henry County Highland County Isle of Wight County James City County King and Queen County King George County King William County Lancaster County Lee County Loudoun County Louisa County Lunenburg County Madison County Mathews County Mecklenburg County Middlesex County Montgomery County Nelson County New Kent County Northampton County Northumberland County Nottoway County Orange County Page County Patrick County Pittsylvania County Powhatan County Prince Edward County Prince George County Prince William County Pulaski County Rappahannock County Richmond County Roanoke County Rockbridge County Rockingham County Russell County Scott County Shenandoah County Smyth County Southampton County Spotsylvania County Stafford County Surry County Sussex County Tazewell County Warren County Washington County Westmoreland County Wise County Wythe County York County See footnotes at end of table.

05 08 06 06 06 09 06 04 05 09 05 05 01 09 03 05 04 07 10 09 07 05 09 04 01 08 10 11 01 10 09 05 05 10 09 01 07 09 05 04 05 07 03 07 05 09 06 04 01 03 01 01 01 01 09 10 07 05 07 01 05 01 09 05 03 02 01 04 07 07 09 05 04 05 04 01 10 11 09 07 01 06 09 06 06 09 09 06 09 04 01 07 01 03 04 09 10 09 01 09 09 01

2 585 16 828 3 248 262 4 790 37 4 25 5 930 688 630 255 850 686 151 815 256 477

5 33 12 820 40

1 026 750 4 312 2 169 1 095 3 255 687 5 114 2 148 74 2 7 71 10 430 114 123 846 210

1 869 7 068 264 323 138 1 491 1 200 1 485 1 4 2 8 3 58 366 541 974 455 381 190 360 620 724 138

15 408 674 87 533 2 627 29 172 1 477 675 6 410 30 026 925 1 113 381 2 1 645 351 686 467 471

5 419 934 43 727 2 674 15 704 1 15 1 61 943 870 893 608 890

7 352 772 523 5 189 8 178 2 2 67 1 59 048 172 240 451 956

64

Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2004
U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.
[Thousand dollars]

Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 128 6 17 6 36 214 17 6 46 5 22 10 8 20 6 145 41 22 6 64 37 11 15 181 237 3 32 11 99 14 192 92 24 23 76 440 20 11 24 6 203 16 20 155 68 67 392 4 96 34 7 59 2 79 70 79 28 1 777 239 35 19 71 10 53 39 21 12 745 15 111 10 644 435 41 224 3 57 180 40 229 1 815 15 89 25 14 24 206 229 308 230 605 725 511 256 371 674 062 781 471 458 657 951 066 369 910 932 615 519 039 913 835 753 757 700 291 770 494 352 347 840 586 098 755 465 779 788 596 831 991 987 867 403 187 189 427 565 472 311 981 338 293 110 143 138 721 855 539 412 637 444 246 474 411 190 064 549 274 644 310 673 755 354 167 146 094 354 476 362 721 950 785

State and county area

Total 4 104 69 162 41 640 1 145 269 77 347 58 864 705 785 619 687 005 676 442 688 832

Retirement and disability 646 49 78 22 126 616 86 44 177 27 359 91 35 206 43 527 64 84 43 211 164 3 88 537 648 21 153 22 347 34 1 072 388 103 97 216 1 420 84 166 91 6 14 472 25 65 317 170 294 786 13 257 67 22 81 8 163 211 268 117 3 421 813 76 57 215 37 197 112 85 38 1 980 46 298 19 989 775 385 206 714 817 090 159 768 925 972 119 028 952 001 229 985 922 013 669 704 460 578 687 919 312 064 650 730 898 474 577 148 074 905 257 346 881 138 356 271 516 913 157 497 396 118 471 562 600 036 589 138 077 402 502 257 334 580 359 852 254 306 172 618 602 764 484 087 543 448

Other direct payments 171 11 37 9 60 155 23 21 83 17 58 47 20 52 18 179 35 33 11 105 790 936 683 540 668 833 498 025 774 307 123 468 084 996 258 688 738 903 421 022

Grants 242 5 27 6 270 95 5 7 73 11 100 23 19 20 10 152 23 110 8 73 51 10 22 166 332 10 78 2 158 13 1 788 145 13 25 65 154 10 26 27 520 9 082 38 19 109 74 88 255 8 104 20 7 62 1 78 93 37 40 3 065 293 34 18 90 8 42 58 24 14 836 15 102 5 443 495 40 1 422 2 58 175 113 363 315 3 700 31 59 31 34 21 999 262 501 564 563 006 343 158 400 833 652 750 242 719 488 366 221 986 437 894 954 354 495 018 059 516 459 033 307 019 118 760 408 720 997 957 686 550 163 282 685 346 797 068 185 949 024 452 922 795 279 027 360 570 523 480 052 138 687 361 312 873 611 204 923 379 113 969 566 634 939 471 841 958 569 449 808 095 148 360 448 592 961 599 886 160 515

Procurement 2 358 698 502 3 747 1 694 101 797 192 151 1 2 891 892 109 297 371

Salaries and wages 684 2 15 1 80 84 2 3 10 1 76 337 1 18 2 915 10 2 6 30 49 4 4 378 3 226 6 11 4 695 6 600 109 83 8 36 1 164 2 24 24 6 057 2 3 61 36 36 227 2 21 7 7 32 4 47 17 361 388 230 469 616 945 457 855 992 448 396 424 082 619 036 650 733 243 262 346 716 386 663 398 696 370 699 066 056 587 890 145 405 050 639 715 936 903 089 367 – 983 348 173 470 918 829 297 642 856 792 150 431 279 874 290 213

Virginia Con. Alexandria City Area Bedford City Area Bristol City Area Buena Vista City Area Charlottesville City Chesapeake City Area Colonial Heights City Area Covington City Area Danville City Area Emporia City Area Fairfax City Area Falls Church City Area Franklin City Area Fredericksburg City Area Galax City Area Hampton City Area Harrisonburg City Area Hopewell City Area Lexington City Area Lynchburg City Area Manassas City Area Manassas Park City Area Martinsville City Area Newport News City Area Norfolk City Area Norton City Area Petersburg City Area Poquoson City Area Portsmouth City Area Radford City Area Richmond City Area Roanoke City Area Salem City Area Staunton City Area Suffolk City Area Virginia Beach City Area Waynesboro City Area Williamsburg City Area Winchester City Area State undistributed Washington Adams County Asotin County Benton County Chelan County Clallam County Clark County Columbia County Cowlitz County Douglas County Ferry County Franklin County Garfield County Grant County Grays Harbor County Island County Jefferson County King County Kitsap County Kittitas County Klickitat County Lewis County Lincoln County Mason County Okanogan County Pacific County Pend Oreille County Pierce County San Juan County Skagit County Skamania County Snohomish County Spokane County Stevens County Thurston County Wahkiakum County Walla Walla County Whatcom County Whitman County Yakima County State undistributed West Virginia Barbour County Berkeley County Boone County Braxton County Brooke County See footnotes at end of table.

08 05 09 06 05 04 04 06 09 05 04 11 08 04 01 09 01 02 03 06 04 06 06 10 10 05 01 03 02 03 09 04 01 03 09 03 07 06 06 06 04 02 06 01 10

3 045 881 1 565 014 76 337 325 991 74 958 2 769 145 295 71 1 075 1 063 21 155 2 381 6 223 54 341 35 1 835 146 283 083 616 427 971 788 166 148 543 526 960 901 056 274 362

2 450 710 1 065 595 364 27 289 560 994 10 63 2 654 766 2 2 1 110 1 682 266 895 543 211 671 104 168 107 164 043

31 640 521 37 571 188 978 334 134 10 83 5 176 21 463 182 44 43 75 283 30 42 37 3 166 8 282 37 29 113 66 105 253 12 103 50 6 55 10 79 115 51 35 1 631 189 37 24 92 33 66 52 39 12 590 12 129 5 435 496 38 203 5 84 150 77 239 2 504 3 248 24 65 36 17 39 282 971 508 741 494 002 984 375 462 106 733 301 891 309 411 098 367 123 909 167 120 437 360 930 501 720 644 703 467 552 921 539 968 497 255 612 485 908 472 995 192 690 815 872 271 336 811 242 594 379 496 174 192 815 070 496 965 737 305 991 539 793

6 152 15 340 808 456 909 70 061 237 213 21 1 189 849 1 23 15 6 945 2 51 2 463 15 15 54 3 13 6 3 22 3 30 17 78 9 2 177 542 2 14 8 1 3 12 9 1 514 3 29 8 188 144 3 24 21 372 8 59 1 040 4 159 1 1 104 524 760 707 858 552 374 525 651 104 805 821 301 845 616 606 270 909 362 790 003 026 558 681 750 602 989 412 338 067 386 627 320 200 348 249 273 703 511 417 625 066 137 716 747 742 311 836 813 532 300 791 920 310 287 185 725

4 160 844 1 040 250 265 742 176 602 584 582 3 873 129 283 195 3 693 44 840 106 169 3 065 363 540 1 576 40 501 153 46 253 28 399 455 797 436 610 937 628 153 842 399 307 448 382 901 147 834 632 479 188 717 038 669 517 718

04 05 05 04 04 06 03 05 03 04 05 04 05 04 06 02 06
2

01 06 04 04 03 05 06 05 03 05 06 08 09 02 02 03 04 01 02 05 05 03 09 03 05 02 05 04

210 761 11 785 657 2 917 450 160 550 119 878 422 84 314 260 167 71 5 375 81 581 46 699 645 262 496 013 591 525 934 626 318

7 924 1 489 805 1 078 347 10 509 4 715 15 3 5 23 8 4 1 452 3 21 6 336 400 19 76 41 70 16 87 1 358 7 170 5 4 3 459 500 214 612 591 752 554 898 761 969 922 154 012 604 762 050 630 822 855 – 012 473 186 582 862 185

2 555 166 2 678 950 215 958 2 459 358 22 714 351 1 167 282 1 187 2 821 15 183 115 687 160 99 152 582 230 084 676 346 496 103 747 978 238 736

1 150 896 1 142 576 113 679 732 060 13 266 146 398 65 437 1 5 835 46 233 85 41 87 239 476 487 858 101 136 011 346 232 493 518

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Table 15.
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Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 94 7 10 7 47 6 11 34 21 31 13 68 28 47 195 17 22 36 24 56 34 25 62 27 27 83 13 15 26 45 7 7 8 29 53 79 28 10 15 13 16 7 9 23 42 9 17 5 87 24 5 509 20 16 45 15 237 13 16 43 58 34 54 16 453 88 28 44 41 94 5 98 9 49 34 19 23 6 19 78 25 158 20 108 16 20 30 801 415 424 418 049 982 537 886 542 507 209 303 477 663 218 132 564 502 726 453 722 941 070 145 389 918 568 810 276 410 897 441 995 856 836 175 495 486 359 809 202 046 365 996 515 849 048 835 100 698 026 444 719 595 173 166 824 565 765 924 103 800 998 582 057 302 045 477 226 032 663 950 647 650 210 384 681 610 497 529 435 676 754 293 957 236

State and county area

Total 783 59 72 37 370 69 79 261 106 246 119 603 162 341 2 353 129 157 332 277 595 182 167 485 205 269 563 105 90 190 392 71 39 61 186 225 642 205 64 97 111 106 62 48 140 293 79 125 36 684 193 678 31 553 112 125 233 95 935 78 98 113 296 167 288 97 3 729 266 156 258 171 448 26 443 74 279 146 119 94 48 100 404 180 626 89 537 84 118 159 172 928 971 903 968 322 699 267 641 079 145 332 060 188 888 181 674 142 807 885 408 714 006 834 307 351 982 733 442 597 842 956 972 186 475 442 648 465 086 540 790 178 022 396 008 388 013 394 219 982 066 877 269 147 862 288 904 380 492 046 308 872 317 996 308 808 907 660 185 528 140 387 616 226 068 720 463 354 985 772 433 408 051 656 674 778 529

Retirement and disability 340 23 30 16 169 20 38 122 56 138 35 225 84 125 710 57 70 146 116 187 91 78 233 78 115 164 46 52 89 153 24 21 27 88 119 277 88 30 43 46 44 22 24 67 105 33 63 16 268 99 12 064 47 47 115 42 437 35 49 55 130 73 140 41 862 139 86 127 72 193 13 227 30 118 74 53 40 21 47 177 76 315 46 232 33 58 84 968 484 829 558 707 638 345 451 811 543 366 182 770 810 638 917 753 373 416 701 131 840 334 796 373 183 161 490 931 683 412 281 708 892 982 950 790 832 909 971 583 787 888 051 367 763 241 915 713 659 662 717 136 083 335 102 894 477 894 640 695 937 076 894 296 694 829 048 964 808 375 344 767 016 152 476 070 996 174 406 903 115 167 947 421 840 242

Other direct payments 157 12 14 8 94 12 12 53 21 69 11 112 33 38 342 27 31 96 62 95 46 34 124 45 50 94 20 14 39 92 10 9 14 37 41 129 42 13 21 20 18 8 10 28 44 16 25 6 131 42 518 7 469 21 30 48 15 167 17 17 25 63 46 65 19 324 69 37 52 41 95 5 102 11 72 46 26 25 9 21 81 31 152 23 96 31 26 33 219 626 792 016 259 240 513 892 820 901 694 160 557 847 192 027 180 651 700 672 562 542 696 125 314 053 959 998 628 431 433 860 980 216 397 175 963 272 212 435 855 534 957 374 177 672 137 898 213 444 128 165 987 346 589 669 287 912 587 670 802 001 321 187 730 465 176 038 281 621 272 475 428 627 888 531 793 520 530 525 698 956 848 488 799 141 420

Grants 181 22 25 11 80 16 24 60 24 31 55 90 34 36 944 32 51 75 89 98 35 35 99 29 90 126 25 9 41 94 17 7 14 39 48 118 53 17 27 36 26 25 10 31 85 27 30 10 118 45 158 7 483 20 33 57 23 169 15 21 16 67 35 44 23 2 083 42 21 65 46 116 6 89 24 74 17 22 21 12 27 64 28 114 14 103 15 29 30 164 072 311 109 196 238 014 233 213 116 880 266 790 641 561 629 710 170 553 138 540 006 700 097 222 877 103 125 569 642 022 702 397 140 229 812 353 082 499 237 213 533 392 386 459 472 791 472 007 441 945 990 170 586 728 996 729 132 847 912 566 135 106 555 120 959 343 715 980 673 314 604 612 397 749 127 183 919 109 208 958 058 012 098 348 546 656

Procurement 45 250 337 406 215 2 432 3 216 718 14 344 598 1 944 13 35 2 92 181 116 454 853 699 247

Salaries and wages 58 1 1 2 24 16 4 10 3 4 3 140 6 47 175 10 3 9 6 48 8 11 23 3 7 100 13 1 7 30 570 409 633 005 374 990 109 348 200 575 088 270 089 191 251 588 144 782 350 498 018 764 429 570 479 807 116 582 500 532

West Virginia Con. Cabell County Calhoun County Clay County Doddridge County Fayette County Gilmer County Grant County Greenbrier County Hampshire County Hancock County Hardy County Harrison County Jackson County Jefferson County Kanawha County Lewis County Lincoln County Logan County McDowell County Marion County Marshall County Mason County Mercer County Mineral County Mingo County Monongalia County Monroe County Morgan County Nicholas County Ohio County Pendleton County Pleasants County Pocahontas County Preston County Putnam County Raleigh County Randolph County Ritchie County Roane County Summers County Taylor County Tucker County Tyler County Upshur County Wayne County Webster County Wetzel County Wirt County Wood County Wyoming County State undistributed Wisconsin Adams County Ashland County Barron County Bayfield County Brown County Buffalo County Burnett County Calumet County Chippewa County Clark County Columbia County Crawford County Dane County Dodge County Door County Douglas County Dunn County Eau Claire County Florence County Fond Du Lac County Forest County Grant County Green County Green Lake County Iowa County Iron County Jackson County Jefferson County Juneau County Kenosha County Kewaunee County La Crosse County Lafayette County Langlade County Lincoln County See footnotes at end of table.

03 02 02 01 03 01 01 03 02 01 02 01 02 02 02 02 03 03 03 01 01 02 03 01 03 01 03 02 03 01 02 01 03 01 02 03 02 01 02 03 01 01 01 02 03 03 01 02 01 03

1 021 888 4 165 2 788 165 876 1 7 3 49 5 157 562 847 246 919

77 430 643 12 539 11 815 21 308 7 233 233 1 785 3 743 4 782 21 252 2 726 530 502 4 187 4 641 1 688 331 858 3 567 1 1 50 1 2 640 3 4 2 6 85 3 6 1 15 5 25 4 173 2 3 298 019 133 196 298 331 909 606 208 569 283 796 559 920 365 172 369 026 538 760 852 520

12 740 880 3 102 17 194 11 084 95 17 2 3 3 12 3 1 12 54 252 817 749 964 711 498 637 454 728 438

1 184 4 826 975 116 090 5 141 – 1 895 19 9 9 7 75 6 2 13 19 7 13 8 285 11 8 9 7 26 1 16 5 11 5 3 5 3 3 12 35 20 3 32 3 3 7 095 369 923 641 237 199 300 245 458 073 430 788 822 402 837 038 841 339 719 022 064 183 226 897 697 497 638 838 911 575 608 804 191 357 109 795

06 07 07 07 08 03 07 06 08 07 03 07 02 03 02 06 08 07 03 03 08 06 08 03 02 06 03 07 03 02 05 06 03 01 08 03 03 07 08 07

4 017 2 620 15 707 157 7 899 2 2 1 13 1 1 68 7 23 626 959 382 889 919 282 334 721 299 671

1 220 72 932 749 1 141 3 417

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Table 15.
[Thousand dollars]

Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 81 127 43 14 4 928 42 37 37 169 86 7 38 43 67 15 194 18 156 15 74 57 16 41 113 19 27 28 22 98 16 124 377 52 23 864 733 364 973 559 018 376 631 189 337 025 404 342 886 358 447 188 433 512 274 339 119 911 209 958 757 492 702 230 334 631 502 193 746 818

State and county area

Total 378 535 258 108 51 5 904 373 162 225 639 423 39 148 198 259 95 853 87 795 87 198 259 178 198 474 87 153 146 143 355 130 396 1 384 274 123 838 472 173 818 299 383 208 008 797 106 283 660 673 452 580 238 016 080 900 738 505 737 660 537 754 314 405 605 292 327 101 630 096 584 574

Retirement and disability 201 250 130 55 8 2 054 128 82 125 326 191 18 69 98 126 47 437 39 342 40 108 128 49 97 248 40 67 68 77 195 63 238 804 151 64 077 610 610 744 905 850 642 455 255 414 468 295 601 033 573 959 847 850 377 422 176 768 972 852 804 121 981 984 920 224 917 171 105 574 891

Other direct payments 92 113 50 22 10 1 338 36 34 47 109 66 11 36 43 61 19 181 20 159 17 44 58 23 43 97 20 35 29 29 88 23 81 271 60 27 100 463 289 724 066 188 091 517 723 559 778 378 253 577 099 061 069 628 346 079 753 774 986 665 557 860 655 173 448 849 353 527 670 350 694

Grants 60 123 56 11 31 1 579 49 37 37 120 25 8 27 33 52 20 168 22 168 25 29 48 38 47 75 18 38 40 30 51 26 47 151 43 26 870 681 553 691 293 429 764 135 433 145 876 010 578 144 519 712 431 301 544 657 484 945 000 794 352 429 673 221 627 295 415 881 208 049 048

Procurement 10 11 6 15 306 87 2 2 56 790 124 611 157 364 303 263 027 134 412

Salaries and wages 14 36 14 3 625 71 5 13 26 11 1 11 8 16 6 28 3 21 3 11 8 8 7 17 7 7 6 4 12 9 24 62 9 3 001 594 110 501 671 612 447 873 252 576 298 552 617 319 699 300 155 454 386 483 517 936 225 383 146 020 736 375 226 990 957 495 069 339 947

Wisconsin Con. Manitowoc County Marathon County Marinette County Marquette County Menominee County Milwaukee County Monroe County Oconto County Oneida County Outagamie County Ozaukee County Pepin County Pierce County Polk County Portage County Price County Racine County Richland County Rock County Rusk County St. Croix County Sauk County Sawyer County Shawano County Sheboygan County Taylor County Trempealeau County Vernon County Vilas County Walworth County Washburn County Washington County Waukesha County Waupaca County Waushara County Winnebago County Wood County State undistributed Wyoming Albany County Big Horn County Campbell County Carbon County Converse County Crook County Fremont County Goshen County Hot Springs County Johnson County Laramie County Lincoln County Natrona County Niobrara County Park County Platte County Sheridan County Sublette County Sweetwater County Teton County Uinta County Washakie County Weston County State undistributed American Samoa Eastern District Manu’a District Swains Island Western District State undistributed Federated States of Micronesia Guam Marshall Islands Northern Mariana Islands Northern Islands Rota Saipan Tinian State undistributed Palau Puerto Rico Adjuntas Municipio Aguada Municipio Aguadilla Municipio Aguas Buenas Municipio Aibonito Municipio See footnotes at end of table.

06 07 08 06 08 01 04 05 03 08 07 08 06 08 05 03 03 07 07 07 01 03 01 02 07 03 02 03 07 08 06 07 03 03 08 01 02 07 05 01 05 08 06 06 07

127 863 425 3 623 15 378 2 690 1 207 37 514 847 104 247 1 097 4 14 58 1 35 3 1 1 6 6 4 95 10 576 314 477 843 894 883 360 852 071 969 458 557 044 272 994

159 008 75 195 506 31 11 36 15 12 6 36 12 4 7 85 15 69 2 26 8 27 6 37 18 529 473 416 721 271 515 006 310 286 598 657 296 626 010 272 516 666 163 654 758 964

1 643 613 396 145 2 174 742 4 393 196 74 93 246 57 38 254 86 38 53 1 085 72 355 18 214 61 194 28 142 76 72 67 71 790 308 454 951 291 679 739 015 490 677 281 518 443 136 961 415 522 952 287 625 256 662 956 543 556 900

323 062 206 539 452 1 192 54 31 40 36 26 14 89 35 17 21 266 34 156 6 73 27 83 13 66 25 428 129 959 274 244 243 861 464 894 245 745 492 210 296 690 121 403 039 719 075 358

159 536 87 299 1 854 416 641 36 17 17 15 9 9 49 21 7 7 83 10 65 5 27 14 26 3 25 7 10 12 8 149 467 764 288 190 824 563 460 842 362 588 001 179 466 297 580 738 499 063 708 939 288 087 039 405 296

107 263 80 521 319 871 1 635 82 18 14 26 17 9 79 22 12 17 391 17 76 4 32 11 44 4 30 10 26 24 16 641 620 572 347 918 901 660 399 249 734 159 780 387 825 377 453 174 858 502 139 802 745 611 892 576 559

1 014 273 8 507 3 402 8 2 14 157 579 449 603 747 492 484

39 480 13 280 – 521 14 4 6 10 3 3 22 5 1 6 264 6 46 1 34 6 31 5 14 16 214 540 754 162 217 789 236 980 848 140 388 381 893 666 462 371 681 601 214 215 724

00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 98 98 98 98 98 99 98 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 98 98 98 98 98 98

1 058 12 955 839 149 604 80 005 2 742 11 325 228 47 118 1 9 1 5 16 510 081 845 224 547

19 772 7 939 6 640 57 844 23 441 1 378 37 32 435 108 143 163 593 56 429 76 129 6 3 283 62 392 3 540 19 717 3 878 19 43 65 29 26 532 014 579 970 923 853

31 700 21 944 18 281 41 43 973 35 599 294 5 2 281 5 794 475 221 055 1 162 24 090 – 157 16 222 – 7 711 450 5 667 3 4 16 797 159 510 134 712 1 247

726 1 007 25 833 5 16 603 13 999 – – 1 479 1 125 90 354 599 158 014 8 599 – 155 8 058 173 213 – 461 613 63 – 21 661 – 8

3 833 7 661 2 461 – 9 225 – – – – 9 225 – 319 996 – 6 264 – – 368 – 5 896 – 1 025 908 – 36 444 – –

261 934 187 066 313 5 3 902 70 647 103 158 1 249 430 217 809 213 208 17 1 198 157 071 496 54 425 50 611 15 478 300 43 109 26 27 589 701 782 619 134 610

14 073 3 009 19 – 142 10 903 8 680 85 079 2 249 18 147 17 840 10 455 324 6 512 2 758 2 999 13 19 32 10 13 415 013 297 996 406 262

178 059 134 458 – – – 43 601 93 914 268 701 56 384 156 107 – 46 121 967 – 34 094 47 403 5 323 284 19 38 15 13 856 466 940 384 017 094

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Table 15.
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Federal Government Expenditure by State and County Area: Fiscal Year 2004 Con.
Federal government expenditure Congressional district United States resident population1 29 101 19 22 29 224 49 142 36 44 187 28 47 18 20 44 38 19 37 1 34 41 13 22 44 23 101 38 40 16 59 45 17 51 37 26 35 11 36 33 20 47 6 12 97 41 31 24 30 24 20 27 185 26 15 54 26 31 37 433 42 45 22 69 95 79 35 38 63 9 110 735 164 648 720 915 065 161 869 975 337 341 520 206 227 614 511 892 785 951 806 639 403 347 943 426 762 859 501 951 945 748 754 832 931 994 780 505 192 321 230 096 506 833 627 425 146 019 134 502 272 782 930 468 420 025 696 783 611 733 456 537 238 574 173 518 418 718 366 225

State and county area

Total 25 148 26 34 44 321 44 281 36 24 205 46 56 53 33 40 40 21 40 2 31 48 11 26 51 35 114 35 35 17 88 48 21 55 35 43 42 9 322 47 21 56 7 16 220 35 36 29 39 40 26 34 334 23 17 84 26 62 39 7 810 58 46 33 38 68 57 37 35 64 23 30 43 48 2 773 547 423 195 664 333 687 079 534 106 956 029 391 192 821 251 199 510 569 979 290 592 888 483 662 251 219 116 583 201 507 369 669 283 781 508 783 076 501 311 021 235 182 108 267 751 393 942 137 847 335 933 410 679 682 230 158 829 777 274 604 325 699 107 076 560 093 417 683 383 376 293 150 051 202

Retirement and disability 3 219 14 993 557 2 833 969 23 7 10 4 2 12 2 3 5 2 768 456 674 342 127 509 050 101 236 847

Other direct payments 10 70 9 16 12 154 19 139 13 2 102 24 26 7 13 13 17 7 15 10 21 1 10 17 11 34 13 11 8 29 17 6 19 15 11 14 3 118 17 6 30 2 5 57 12 13 12 10 9 9 13 133 10 7 21 12 13 17 729 18 20 11 13 17 18 8 14 30 8 10 16 20 499 624 007 248 040 285 925 562 127 551 221 074 692 659 247 754 354 166 927 411 651 428 090 912 201 270 374 381 857 811 650 309 817 776 963 541 198 997 180 741 588 948 440 264 492 652 612 146 084 781 601 866 755 716 035 738 376 774 402 134 695 019 538 197 038 324 855 781 158 397 231 453 097 440 796

Grants 11 57 16 13 31 125 16 98 18 20 86 18 26 8 15 24 21 12 23 15 19 7 13 28 13 55 19 19 5 46 22 12 30 18 10 23 6 202 22 11 24 4 8 114 19 21 14 23 18 15 20 171 12 8 56 12 19 20 1 723 24 24 16 22 41 31 26 19 31 6 17 23 25 1 076 704 500 390 858 079 573 978 316 213 543 484 742 204 859 531 514 070 973 655 850 734 100 609 178 896 633 490 278 407 877 982 012 735 910 560 925 402 306 515 100 169 144 695 979 164 160 191 100 838 896 777 030 297 073 665 035 784 229 352 738 497 245 826 024 873 349 860 253 842 753 536 031 966 900

Procurement – 5 923 – 1 934 – 17 421 83 33 158 – 17 3 139 826 228 32 460 1 119 211 62 67 – 608 83 125 – 366 – 8 320 14 371 351 – – 478 32 – 2 266 – 16 868 – – – 6 738 825 197 – – 40 765 52 – – 324 8 884 – – 5 860 – 41 138 – 27 881 68 120 654 13 538 124 4 309 42 247 2 083 – 4 36 6 181 – 286 225 59 864 21 227 18 851 268

Salaries and wages – – – – – – – 258 – 48 823 81 – 19 – 473 92 – – – 358 73 – – – – 541 69 – – 128 35 – – – – – – – – 76 51 – – 68 65 – – – – – – 342 5 – 7 106 – – 10 092 58 – – 212 256 358 – 11 78 – – – – 1 010 646 66 108 4 064 549

Puerto Rico Con. Anasco Municipio Arecibo Municipio Arroyo Municipio Barceloneta Municipio Barranquitas Municipio Bayamon Municipio Cabo Rojo Municipio Caguas Municipio Camuy Municipio Canovanas Municipio Carolina Municipio Catano Municipio Cayey Municipio Ceiba Municipio Ciales Municipio Cidra Municipio Coamo Municipio Comerio Municipio Corozal Municipio Culebra Municipio Dorado Municipio Fajardo Municipio Florida Municipio Guanica Municipio Guayama Municipio Guayanilla Municipio Guaynabo Municipio Gurabo Municipio Hatillo Municipio Hormigueros Municipio Humacao Municipio Isabela Municipio Jayuya Municipio Juana Diaz Municipio Juncos Municipio Lajas Municipio Lares Municipio Las Marias Municipio Las Piedras Municipio Loiza Municipio Luquillo Municipio Manati Municipio Maricao Municipio Maunabo Municipio Mayaguez Municipio Moca Municipio Morovis Municipio Naguabo Municipio Naranjito Municipio Orocovis Municipio Patillas Municipio Penuelas Municipio Ponce Municipio Quebradillas Municipio Rincon Municipio Rio Grande Municipio Sabana Grande Municipio Salinas Municipio San German Municipio San Juan Municipio San Lorenzo Municipio San Sebastian Municipio Santa Isabel Municipio Toa Alta Municipio Toa Baja Municipio Trujillo Alto Municipio Utuado Municipio Vega Alta Municipio Vega Baja Municipio Vieques Municipio Villalba Municipio Yabucoa Municipio Yauco Municipio State undistributed Virgin Islands U.S. undistributed
1Sub

98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98

1 647 2 120 601 1 913 181 4 8 1 2 5 1 9 2 3 2 11 8 1 2 1 989 500 961 918 085 892 334 028 983 980 472 772 771 642 408

4 792 3 678 14 1 055 596 2 216 1 350 149 1 795 8 101 3 2 2 4 2 503 604 953 905 954

1 290 625 23 465 1 569 785 6 1 2 1 5 226 602 165 265 720 425

2 213 1 791 776 2 761 8 861 4 1 2 2 2 2 3 1 125 449 776 257 030 211 304 736 419 996

29 013 39 904 47 430 108 814

591 746 23 074 824

155 075 25 546

85 971 89 049

263 364 44 412

state population figures for American Samoa and the Northern Mariana Islands represent resident population as of April 1, 2000. All other population figures represent resident population as of July 1, 2004. 2See Appendix B for listing of congressional districts. Note: The CFFR report and database present data at the state and county area level only. They do not uniformly support the application of county to county federal spending data directly to congressional districts, the majority of which do not conform to county boundaries. See text selection, ‘‘Congressional District Reporting,’’ for additional information. The cities of Baltimore, Maryland and St. Louis, Missouri are not within the boundaries of Baltimore and St. Louis Counties, respectively.

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Appendix A. County-Type Areas Without County Government

Areas with governments legally designated as consolidated city-county governments and operating primarily as cities (10): Alaska . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . California. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Colorado . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hawaii. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kansas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Montana. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Areas designated as metropolitan governments and operating primarily as cities (3): Tennessee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Areas having certain types of county offices, but as part of another government (city, township, state) (21): Florida. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Georgia. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Duval County (Jacksonville city) Chattahoochee County (Cusseta-Chattahoochee County unified government)1 Clarke County (Athens-Clarke County unified government) Muscogee County (Columbus city) Richmond County (Augusta city) Kalawao County (Hawaii state) Marion County (Indianapolis city) Lexington-Fayette Urban County Louisville-Jefferson County Metro Government East Baton Rouge Parish (Baton Rouge city), Lafayette Parish (Lafayette city), Orleans Parish (New Orleans city), and Terrebonne Parish consolidated government Nantucket County (Nantucket town) and Suffolk County (Boston city) Bronx, Kings, New York, Queens, and Richmond Boroughs (all part of New York City) Philadelphia County (Philadelphia city) Hartsville and Trousdale County, Lynchburg and Moore County, and Nashville and Davidson County Anchorage city and Borough, Juneau city and Borough, Sitka city and Borough San Francisco city and county Denver city and county and Broomfield city and county Honolulu city and county Kansas City and Wyandotte County Anaconda-Deer Lodge County and Butte-Silver Bow County

Hawaii. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Indiana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kentucky . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Louisiana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Massachusetts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . New York. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pennsylvania . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Area classified as a separate county area and as a separate state area in population statistics, but counted as a municipal government in census statistics on governments (1): District of Columbia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
See footnote at end of table.

Washington city

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Cities located outside of any ‘‘county’’ area and administering functions elsewhere commonly performed by counties (42): Maryland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Missouri . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nevada . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Virginia (39 cities) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Baltimore city (distinct from Baltimore County) St. Louis city (distinct from St. Louis County) Carson City city Alexandria, Bedford, Bristol, Buena Vista, Charlottesville, Chesapeake, Colonial Heights, Covington, Danville, Emporia, Falls Church, Fairfax, Franklin, Fredericksburg, Galax, Hampton, Harrisonburg, Hopewell, Lexington, Lynchburg, Manassas, Manassas Park, Martinsville, Newport News, Norfolk, Norton, Petersburg, Poquoson, Portsmouth, Radford, Richmond, Roanoke, Salem, Staunton, Suffolk, Virginia Beach, Waynesboro, Williamsburg, and Winchester

Unorganized areas bearing county designations (20): Connecticut (8 county areas with no county government) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Massachusetts (7 county areas with no county government) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rhode Island (5 county areas with no county government) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Other unorganized county-type areas (11): Alaska . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 census areas Fairfield, Hartford, Litchfield, Middlesex, New Haven, New London, Tolland, and Windham Berkshire, Essex, Franklin, Hampden, Hampshire, Middlesex, and Worcester Bristol, Kent, Newport, Providence, and Washington

1 On November 5, 2003, the county of Chattahoochee consolidated with the city of Cusseta to form the Unified Government of Cusseta-Chattahoochee County.

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Appendix B. Geographic Areas With More Than Four Congressional Districts

State and county area Arizona: Maricopa County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1, 2, 3, 4, 6,7 California: Los Angeles County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Orange County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . San Bernardino County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . San Diego County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22, 40, 25, 49,

Congressional district

25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 42, 46 42, 44, 46, 47, 48 26, 41, 42, 43 50, 51, 52, 53

Florida: Broward County. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 Miami-Dade County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17, 18, 20, 21, 25 Illinois: Cook County. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 13 Maryland: Baltimore County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1, 2, 3, 6, 7 Massachusetts: Middlesex County. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Norfolk County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2, 3, 4, 9, 10 New York: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . New York City . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 Pennsylvania: Montgomery County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2, 6, 7, 8, 13, 15 Texas: Dallas County. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3, 5, 24, 30, 32 Harris County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7, 8, 9, 18, 22, 25, 29, 31 Note: These are congressional districts of the 108th Congress, in session between January 2003 and January 2005.

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Appendix C. County Locations of State Capital Cities
State Alabama. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alaska . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Arizona. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Arkansas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . California. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Colorado . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Connecticut . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Delaware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Florida. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Georgia. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hawaii. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Idaho . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Illinois . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Indiana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Iowa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kansas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kentucky . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Louisiana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Maine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Maryland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Massachusetts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Michigan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Minnesota . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mississippi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Missouri . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Montana. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nebraska . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nevada . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . New Hampshire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . New Jersey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . New Mexico . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . New York. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . North Carolina . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . North Dakota . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ohio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Oklahoma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Oregon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pennsylvania . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rhode Island . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . South Carolina . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . South Dakota . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tennessee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Texas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Utah . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vermont . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Virginia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Washington . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . West Virginia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wisconsin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wyoming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Capital Montgomery Juneau Phoenix Little Rock Sacramento Denver Hartford Dover Tallahassee Atlanta Honolulu Boise Springfield Indianapolis Des Moines Topeka Frankfort Baton Rouge Augusta Annapolis Boston Lansing St. Paul Jackson Jefferson City Helena Lincoln Carson City Concord Trenton Santa Fe Albany Raleigh Bismarck Columbus Oklahoma City Salem Harrisburg Providence Columbia Pierre Nashville Austin Salt Lake City Montpelier Richmond Olympia Charleston Madison Cheyenne

County area Montgomery County Juneau Borough Maricopa County Pulaski County Sacramento County Denver City/County Hartford County Kent County Leon County Fulton County Honolulu City/County Ada County Sangamon County Marion County Polk County Shawnee County Franklin County East Baton Rouge Parish Kennebec County Anne Arundel County Suffolk County Ingham County Ramsey County Hinds County Cole County Lewis and Clark County Lancaster County Carson City Merrimack County Mercer County Santa Fe County Albany County Wake County Burleigh County Franklin County Oklahoma County Marion County Dauphin County Providence County Richland County Hughes County Metro Nashville-Davidson1 Travis County Salt Lake County Washington County Richmond City Thurston County Kanawha County Dane County Laramie County

Metropolitan Nashville-Davidson is listed as Davidson County in the Consolidated Federal Funds Report.

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Appendix D. Consolidated Federal Funds Report Data Sources
Category GRANTS Corporation for Public Broadcasting—public broadcasting grants Customs duties and federal excise taxes rebated to the government of Puerto Rico Department of the Interior— Bureau of Indian Affairs—grants to Indian tribes Shared revenues for mineral leases, grazing lands and other payments to state and local governments Payments to U.S. Territories Department of Justice Asset Forfeiture Fund Election Assistance Commission Payments to States Federal government annual payments to the District of Columbia for services provided, in-lieu of tax payment, and for federalization of congressionally mandated functions Federal government payment to Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority to support construction of the Washington Metrorail system Federal Government Miscellaneous Payments Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation—grants State Justice Institute—grants Tennessee Valley Authority—payments in lieu of taxes Treasury Forfeiture Fund Fulbright Educational Exchange Program Gang Resistance Education and Training (G.R.E.A.T. - 16.544) All other data Corporation for Public Broadcasting* Department of the Treasury Source

Bureau of Indian Affairs* Bureau of Land Management and Minerals Management Service* Office of the Secretary of the Interior* Department of Justice, Office of Asset Forfeiture* Election Assistance Commission and General Services Administration Department of the Treasury* and FY 2006 Federal Budget Appendix

Department of the Treasury and the Department of Transportation−Federal Transit Administration* Department of the Treasury* and FY 2006 Federal Budget Appendix Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation* State Justice Institute* Tennessee Valley Authority* Department of the Treasury Department of State Department of Justice* Federal Assistance Award Data System (FAADS)— U.S. Census Bureau

SALARIES AND WAGES Coast Guard, Military Military, active and inactive (Reserve and National Guard) Federal Bureau of Investigation Postal Service Defense Department, civilian employees Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis Department of Defense, Directorate for Information Operations and Reports Federal Bureau of Investigation U.S. Postal Service Office of Personnel Management, Workforce Information and Planning Group Department of Homeland Security (U.S. Coast Guard uniformed employees), and Office of Personnel Management, Workforce Information and Planning Group (all other non-Defense Department Employees)

All other federal civilian employees

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Category DIRECT PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS: RETIREMENT AND DISABILITY U.S. Coast Guard retirement and disability benefit payments (uniformed personnel)

Source

Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Coast Guard

Federal government civilian employees (includes Defense Department Office of Personnel Management, Center for Retirement civilian, Coast Guard civilian, U.S. Postal Service annuitants) and Insurance Services Military retirees Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation payments under Pension Plan Termination Insurance Program (86.001) Public Health Service, Commissioned Corps employee retirement and disability benefit payments Foreign Service Officers employee retirement benefit payments National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Corps retirement benefit payments Tennessee Valley Authority employee retirement and disability benefit payments All other data DIRECT PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS: OTHER THAN RETIREMENT AND DISABILITY Excess (refundable portion) earned income tax credit payments Federal government payments to state unemployment trust funds Federal Family Education Loan Program — interest subsidies and special Allowances (84.032) Public Safety Officers’ Benefits Program (16.571) and Public Safety Officers’ Education Program (16.615) All other data PROCUREMENT Federal Aviation Administration Postal Service All other federal government, including Defense Department OTHER DIRECT PAYMENTS Federal Family Education Loans — administrative cost allowances and Reinsurance (84.032) Crop Insurance indemnity payments and premium subsidies premium subsidies (10.450) National Flood Insurance loss and adjustor expenses (83.100) Postal Service, direct expenditure other than salaries and procurement Higher Education Act Insured Loans (Guaranteed Student Loans)— administrative cost allowances and reinsurance Legal Services Corporation payments Federal government payments for federal employee life and health insurance programs All other data Department of Education Department of Agriculture Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency U.S. Postal Service Department of Education Legal Services Corporation Office of Personnel Management, Center for Retirement and Insurance Services Federal Assistance Award Data System (FAADS)—U.S. Census Bureau Federal Aviation Administration U.S. Postal Service General Services Administration, Federal Procurement Data Center Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service, Statistics of Income Division Compiled from Department of Labor data Department of Education Department of Justice Federal Assistance Award Data System (FAADS)—U.S. Census Bureau Department of Defense, Directorate for Information Operations and Reports Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation Public Health Service Department of State Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Coast Guard Tennessee Valley Authority Federal Assistance Award Data System (FAADS)—U.S. Census Bureau

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Category DIRECT LOANS Direct Investment Loans and Pre-Investment Assistance (70.005) All other data GUARANTEED/INSURED LOANS Federal Family Education Loans—guaranteed student loans (84.032) Federal Direct [Education] Loans—guaranteed student loans (84.268) Foreign Investment Guarantees (70.002) All other data INSURANCE Foreign Investment Insurance (70.003) National Flood Insurance Program (83.100) All other data Department of Education Department of Education

Source

Overseas Private Investment Corporation Federal Assistance Award Data System (FAADS)—U.S. Census Bureau

Overseas Private Investment Corporation Federal Assistance Award Data System (FAADS)—U.S. Census Bureau

Overseas Private Investment Corporation Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency Federal Assistance Award Data System (FAADS)—U.S. Census Bureau

*Indicates agencies that submit an annual ‘‘Federal Aid to States’’ report to the Census Bureau, in accordance with OMB Circular A-11. Note: For several major programs, the Pass-Through Survey was used to determine the amount of federal funding going to each county. For more information on the Pass-Through Survey, see ‘‘Estimates for Substate Grant Distributions’’ in the Introduction.

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Appendix E. State Coordinating Agencies, State Data Center Program, U.S. Census Bureau
ALABAMA Center for Business and Economic Research University of Alabama 149 Bidgood Hall Box 870221 Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0221 Ms. Annette Watters 205-348-6191 Fax 205-348-2951 awatters@cba.ua.edu ALASKA Census and Geographic Information Network Research and Analysis Alaska Department of Labor P.O. Box 25504 Juneau, AK 99802-5504 Ms. Kathryn Lizik 907-465-2437 Fax 907-465-2101 Kathryn_lizik@labor.state.ak.us AMERICAN SAMOA Department of Commerce Statistics Division Executive Office Bldg. 2nd Floor Pago Pago, AS 96799 Vaito’elau ″Vai″ Filiga 684-633-5155 Fax 684-633-4195 vfiliga@doc.asg.as ARIZONA Arizona Department of Economic Security DES 0452 First Floor, Northeast Wing 1789 West Jefferson St. Phoenix, AZ 85007 Mr. Allen Barnes 602-542-5746 Fax 602-542-7425 abarnes@azdes.gov Division of Local Government Colorado Department of Local Affairs 1313 Sherman Street, Room 521 Denver, CO 80203 Ms. Rebecca Picaso 303-866-3120 Fax 303-866-4819 rebecca.picaso@state.co.us ARKANSAS State Data Center University of Arkansas-Little Rock 2801 South University Little Rock, AR 72204 Ms. Sarah Breshears 501-569-8530 Fax 501-569-8538 sgbreshears@ualr.edu

CALIFORNIA State Census Data Center Department of Finance 915 L Street, 8th Floor Sacramento, CA 95814 Ms. Julie Hoang 916-323-4086 Fax 916-327-0222 julie.hoang@dof.ca.gov

COLORADO

CONNECTICUT Department of Economics Connecticut Center for Economic Analysis University of Connecticut U-1240 341 Mansfield Road Storrs, CT 06269-1240 Fred V. Carstensen 860-486-0485 Fax 860-486-0204 fred.carstensen@att.net

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DELAWARE State of Delaware Economic Development Office 99 Kings Highway P.O. Box 1401 Dover, DE 19901 Ms. Joy Oliver 302-672-6859 Fax 302-739-2027 joy.oliver@state.de.us DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA District of Columbia State Data Center Mayor’s Office of Planning 801 N. Capitol Street NE, Suite 500 Washington, DC 20002 Dr. Joy Phillips 202-442-7600 Fax 202-442-7638 Joy.phillips@dc.gov FLORIDA Agency for Workforce Innovation Labor Market Statistics State Census Data Center MSC G-020 107 E. Madison Street Tallahassee, FL 32399-4111 Ms. Pam Schenker 850-488-1048 Fax 850-921-0776 pamela.schenker@awi.state.fl.us GEORGIA Planning Research and Evaluation Division—Office of Planning and Budget 270 Washington Street, SW Atlanta, GA 30334 Robert Giacomini 404-656-6505 Fax 404-656-7916 robert.giacomini@opb.state.ga.us GUAM Bureau of Statistics and Plans Government of Guam P.O. Box 2950 Hagatna, Guam 96932 Ms. Monica Jesus Guerrero Monica Jesus Guerrero 671-472-4201/2/3 Fax 671-477-1812 mjguerrero@mail.gov.gu

HAWAII Hawaii State Data Center Research & Economic Analysis Division Department of Business, Economic Development, and Tourism 250 South Hotel Street, Room 435 Honolulu, HI 96813 or Hawaii State Data Center READ/DBEDT P.O. Box 2359 Honolulu, HI 96804 Ms. Jan Nakamoto 808-586-2493 Fax 808-586-8449 jnakamot@dbedt.hawaii.gov

IDAHO Idaho Department of Commerce and labor 700 West State Street Boise, ID 83720-0093 Mr. Alan Porter 208-334-2470 Fax 208-334-2631 alan.porter@business.idaho.gov

ILLINOIS Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity Office of Information Management 620 East Adams Street Springfield, IL 62701 Ms. Suzanne Ebetsch 217-782-1381 Fax 217-524-3701 sebetsch@ildceo.net

INDIANA Indiana State Library Indiana State Data Center 140 North Senate Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46204 Mr. Frank Wilmot 317-232-3732 Fax 317-232-3728 fwilmot@statelib.lib.in.us

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IOWA State Library of Iowa 1112 E. Grand Des Moines, IA 50319-0232 Ms. Beth Henning 515-281-4350 Fax 515-242-6543 beth.henning@lib.state.ia.us KANSAS State Library 300 SW 10th Ave., Room 343N State Capitol Building Topeka, KS 66612-1593 Mr. Marc Galbraith 785-296-3296 Fax 785-296-6650 marcg@kslib.info KENTUCKY University of Louisville Urban Studies Institute College of Business & Public Administration 426 W. Bloom Street Louisville, KY 40208 Mr. Ron Crouch 502-852-7990 Fax 502-852-7386 ron.crouch@louisville.edu LOUISIANA Office of Electronic Services P.O. Box 94095 (ZIP for mail address 70804) 1201 N. 3rd St. Suite 2-130 Baton Rouge, LA 70802 Ms. Karen Paterson 225-219-5987 Fax 225-219-4027 kpaters@doa.state.la.us MAINE Maine State Planning Office 184 State Street Augusta, ME 04333 Michael Montagna 207-287-1475 Fax 207-287-6489 michael.montagna@maine.gov

MARYLAND Maryland Department of Planning Maryland State Data Center 301 West Preston Street Baltimore, MD 21201 Ms. Jane Traynham 410-767-4450 Fax 410-767-4480 jtraynham@mdp.state.md.us MASSACHUSETTS UMass Donahue Institute Economic & Public Policy Research Unit 220 Middlesex House, Box 35520 Amerst, MA 01003-9255 Mr. John Gaviglio 413-545-0176 Fax 413-545-3420 msdc-info@donahue.umassp.edu MICHIGAN Library Development & Data Services Division Library of Michigan 702 West Kalamazoo Street Lansing, MI 48909 Darren Warner 517-373-2548 Fax 517-373-5700 warnerd@michigan.gov MINNESOTA State Demographer’s Office Minnesota Dept. of Administration 300 Centennial Office Building 658 Cedar Street St. Paul, MN 55155 Ms. Barbara Ronningen 651-201-2473 Fax 651-296-3698 barbara.ronningsen@state.mn.us

MISSISSIPPI Center for Population Studies The University of Mississippi Bondurant Bldg., Room 3W University, MS 38677 Ms. Rachel McNeely 662-915-7288 Fax 662-915-7736 rmcneely@olemiss.edu

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MISSOURI James C. Kirkpatrick State information Center 600 West Main Street P.O. Box 387 Jefferson City, MO 65102-0387 Ms. Barbara Reading 573-751-2679 Fax 573-751-3612 barbara.reading@sos.mo.gov MONTANA Census and Economic Information Center Montana Department of Commerce P.O. Box 200505 301 S. Park Helena, MT 59620-0505 Ms. Pam Harris 406-841-2739 Fax 406-841-2741 paharris@mt.gov NEBRASKA Center for Public Affairs Research Nebraska State Data Center University of Nebraska at Omaha, ENGG 131 6001 Dodge Street Omaha, NE 68182-0059 Mr. Jerome Deichert 402-554-2134 Fax 402-554-4946 jdeicher@mail.unomaha.edu NEVADA Nevada State Library & Archives 100 N. Stewart Street Carson City, NV 89710 Ms. Joan Kerschner Ms. Mona L. Reno 775-684-3326 Fax 775-684-3330 rlreno@clan.lib.nv.us NEW HAMPSHIRE New Hampshire Office of Energy and Planning 57 Regional Drive Concord, NH 03301-8518 Mr. Tom Duffy 603-271-1768 Fax 603-271-1728 tom.duffy@nh.gov

NEW JERSEY New Jersey State Data Center Division of Labor Market and Demographic Research New Jersey Department of Labor P.O. Box 388 Trenton, NJ 08625-0388 Mr. Leonard Preston 609-984-2595 Fax 609-984-6833 leonard.preston@dol.state.nj.us

NEW MEXICO New Mexico Economic Development Department 1100 St. Francis Drive P.O. Box 20003 Santa Fe, NM 87504-5003 Ms. Beth Davis 505-827-0264 Fax 505-827-0407 edavis@edd.state.nm.us

NEW YORK New York State Data Center Empire State Development 30 S. Pearl Street Albany, NY 12245 Mr. Robert Scardamalia 518-292-5300 Fax 518-292-5806 rscardamalia@empire.state.ny.us

NORTH CAROLINA North Carolina Office of State Budget and Management 20320 Mail Service Center Raleigh, NC 27699-0321 Ms. Francine Stephenson 919-733-7061 Fax 919-733-5679 Francine.stephenson@ncmail.net

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NORTH DAKOTA North Dakota State Data Center North Dakota State University P.O. Box 5636 IACC 424 Fargo, ND 58105 Dr. Richard Rathge 701-231-8621 Fax 701-231-7400 richard.rathge@ndsu.edu NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS Department of Commerce Central Statistics Division Caller Box 10007 Captiol Hill Saipan, MP 96950 Mr. Justin Andrew 670-664-3033/39/23 Fax 670-664-3066 csd@itecnmi.com OHIO Office of Strategic Research Ohio Department of Development P.O. Box 1001 (ZIP is 43266-0101) 77 High Street, 27th Floor Columbus, OH 43215 Mr. Steve Kelley 614-466-2116 Fax 614-466-9697 skelley@odod.state.oh.us OKLAHOMA Oklahoma State Data Center Oklahoma Department of Commerce 900 N. Stiles Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73104 P.O. Box 26980 (Mailing address) Oklahoma City, OK 73126-0980 Mr. Jeff Wallace 405-815-5184 Fax 405-815-5163 Jeff_Wallace@odoc.state.ok.us

OREGON Center for Population Research and Census Portland State University 506 SW Mill 570J Urban Portland, OR 97201 or P.O. Box 751 Mr. George Hough 503-725-5159 Fax 503-725-5162 houghg@pdx.edu PENNSYLVANIA Pennsylvania State Data Center Institute of State and Regional Affairs Penn State Harrisburg 777 West Harrisburg Pike Middletown, PA 17057-4898 Ms. Sue Copella 717-948-6336 Fax 717-948-6754 sdc3@psu.edu PUERTO RICO Puerto Rico Planning Board Minillas Governmental Center North Building, 14th Floor De Eiego Avenue Pda 22 P.O. Box 41119 Santurce, PR 00940-1119 Ms. Lillian Torres Aguirre 787-728-4430 Fax 787-724-3270 torres_1@jp.gobierno.pr RHODE ISLAND Rhode Island Department of Administration Statewide Planning Program One Capitol Hill Providence, RI 02908-5873 Mr. Mark Brown 401-222-6183 Fax 401-222-2083 mbrown@planning.state.ri.us

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SOUTH CAROLINA Office of Research and Statistical Services South Carolina Budget and Control Board Rembert Dennis Bldg. Room 425 Columbia, SC 29201 Mr. Mike MacFarlane 803-734-3780 Fax 803-734-3619 mmacfarl@drss.state.sc.us SOUTH DAKOTA South Dakota State Data Center Business Research Bureau School of Business University of South Dakota 414 E. Clark Street Vermillion, SD 57069 Ms. Nancy Nelson, Director 605-677-5287 Fax 605-677-5427 nnelson@usd.edu TENNESSEE University of Tennessee-Knoxville Center for Business and Economic Research 804 Volunteer Blvd. 102 Temple Court Building Knoxville, TN 37996-4170 Ms. Joan Snoderly 865-974-5441 Fax 865-974-3100 jsnoderly@utk.edu TEXAS Texas State Data Center and Office of the State Demographer Institute for Demographic and Socioeconomic Research (IDSER) College of Business Univ. of Texas at San Antonio 6900 North Loop 1604 West San Antonio, TX 78249-0704 Dr. Steve Murdock 210-458-6543 Fax 210-458-6541 steve.murdock@utsa.edu

UTAH Governor’s Office of Planning & Budget Utah State Capital Complex, Suite E210 P.O. Box 142210 Salt Lake City, UT 84114-2210 Ms. Morgan Lyon Cotti 801-538-1038 Fax 801-538-1547 mlyon@utah.gov

VERMONT Center for Rural Studies 207 Morrill Hall-UVM Burlington, VT 05405 Mr. William ″Chip″ Sawyer 802-656-3021 Fax 802-656-4975 william.sawyer@uvm.edu

VIRGINIA Virginia Employment Commission 703 East Main Street Richmond, VA 23219 Mr. Don Lillywhite 804-786-7496 Fax 804-371-0412 dlillywhite@vec.state.va.us

VIRGIN ISLANDS University of the Virgin Islands Eastern Caribbean Center No. 2 John Brewer’s Bay Charlotte Amalie St. Thomas, VI 00802 Dr. Frank Mills 340-693-1027 Fax 340-693-1025 fmills@uvi.edu

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WASHINGTON Office of Financial Management Forecasting Division Insurance Building, 4th Floor 302 14th Avenue, SW P.O. Box 43113 Olympia, WA 98504-3113 Ms. Yi Zhao 360-902-0592 Fax 360-664-8941 yi.zhao@ofm.wa.gov WEST VIRGINIA West Virginia Development Office Capitol Complex Building 6, Room 620 Charleston, WV 25305-0311 Ms. Delphine Coffey 304-558-4010 Fax 304-558-0362 dcoffey@wvdo.org

WISCONSIN Department of Administration Demographic Services Center P.O. Box 8944 101 E. Wilson Street St. 10th Fl P.O. Box 8944 Madison, WI 53708-8944 Mr. Robert Naylor 608-266-1927 Fax 608-267-6917 bob.naylor@doa.state.wi.us WYOMING Department of Admin. and Information Economic Analysis Division Emerson Building 327E Cheyenne, WY 82002-0060 Dr. Wenlin Liu 307-777-7504 Fax 307-632-1819 wliu@missc.state.wy.us

Note: If you plan to publish any information from this address list, you should be aware that changes are made regularly. Please contact the Customer Liaison Office of the U.S. Census Bureau at 301-763-1305 for the latest listing. Visit the Census Bureau’s home page at http://www.census.gov.

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Appendix F. Use of County Area Allocations for Selected Federal Pass-Through Assistance Programs by State
[For meaning of symbols, see text]
Special Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) (10.557)
A B A A B A A C A A A A A A A A A A A A A A C A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A C A C A A A A A A A C C C A C

State and territory Food Stamps (10.551)
Alabama . . Alaska. . . . Arizona . . . Arkansas . . California . . Colorado . . Connecticut Delaware . . Florida. . . . Georgia . . Hawaii. . . Idaho . . . Illinois . . . Indiana . . Iowa . . . . Kansas . . Kentucky . Louisiana . Maine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A C C A C C

National School Lunch Program (10.555)
A A A A A A A A A A C A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A C C C C C

Handicapped Education— State Grants (84.027)
A A A A A A A A A A C C C C C C A A C C A A A C A A A A A C C A A C A A A C A A C A C C C A A A A C C C C C C

Rehabilitation Services— Basic Support (84.126)
C C A C C C C C C C C C C C A C C C A A C C C A C C C C C A A C A C A A C C A C C A C C C C C C C A C C C C C

Low Income Home Energy Assistance (93.568)
A A A A A A C C A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A C A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A C A A C C C C C

Social Services Block Grant (93.667)
A A C A A A A A B A A A C A C A A A A A A A A C C A A C A C C A A A A A C A A A C A A A A A C A A A C C C A C

Block Grants for Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse (93.959)
A C C C A A C A C C C A A C A C C C A A C C C C A A C A A A A A A C C A A A A A C A A A C C A C A A C C C A C

Maryland . . . . . Massachusetts . Michigan . . . . . Minnesota . . . . Mississippi . . . . Missouri. . . . . . Montana . . . . . Nebraska . . . . . Nevada . . . . . . New Hampshire New Jersey . . New Mexico . . New York . . . . North Carolina North Dakota . Ohio . . . . . . . Oklahoma . . . Oregon . . . . . Pennsylvania . Rhode Island . South Carolina South Dakota . Tennessee . . . Texas . . . . . . Utah . . . . . . . Vermont . . . . Virginia . . . . . Washington . . West Virginia . Wisconsin . . . Wyoming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

American Samoa. . . . . . Guam . . . . . . . . . . . . . Northern Mariana Islands Puerto Rico . . . . . . . . . Virgin Islands . . . . . . . .

Coding key: A = Program data are allocated to all county areas. The distribution is based on data supplied by the state for all of its county areas. B = Program data are allocated to all county areas. The distribution is based on data supplied by the state for most of its county areas. The U.S. Census Bureau estimated remaining county allocations. C = All program data are allocated to state undistributed.

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