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									        Financial and Activity Report (sheet 1 of 2) Version 1.4
                                                  Agency Name: (202) Corps of Engineers-Civil Works
                                                 Week End Date: 11-Sep-09
                            Agency / Bureau                                             TAFS                               Sub-Account Code           Award Type            US Indicator       State Code    Total Obligations
No.                                                                                                                           (OPTIONAL)
                                                                                                                                              Contracts and Orders        Y-US                                      102,199,930
        (202-00) Corps of Engineers-Civil Works: Corps of       (96-3113 2009 \ 2010) Mississippi River and Tributaries,                      (including modifications)
      1 Engineers-Civil Works                                   Recovery Act
        (202-00) Corps of Engineers-Civil Works: Corps of       (96-3113 2009 \ 2010) Mississippi River and Tributaries,                      Other                       Y-US                                       19,209,295
      2 Engineers-Civil Works                                   Recovery Act
                                                                                                                                              Contracts and Orders        Y-US                                       11,329,122
        (202-00) Corps of Engineers-Civil Works: Corps of                                                                                     (including modifications)
      3 Engineers-Civil Works                                   (96-3133 2009 \ 2010) Investigations, Recovery Act
        (202-00) Corps of Engineers-Civil Works: Corps of                                                                                     Other                       Y-US                                          643,567
      4 Engineers-Civil Works                                   (96-3133 2009 \ 2010) Investigations, Recovery Act
                                                                                                                                              Contracts and Orders        Y-US                                      438,135,386
        (202-00) Corps of Engineers-Civil Works: Corps of                                                                                     (including modifications)
      5 Engineers-Civil Works                                   (96-3134 2009 \ 2010) Construction, Recovery Act
                                                                                                                                              Contracts and Orders        N-US                                       26,768,233
        (202-00) Corps of Engineers-Civil Works: Corps of                                                                                     (including modifications)
      6 Engineers-Civil Works                                   (96-3134 2009 \ 2010) Construction, Recovery Act
        (202-00) Corps of Engineers-Civil Works: Corps of                                                                                     Formula and Block Grant     Y-US             SD-SOUTH DAKOTA             2,129,000
      7 Engineers-Civil Works                                   (96-3134 2009 \ 2010) Construction, Recovery Act
        (202-00) Corps of Engineers-Civil Works: Corps of                                                                                     Other                       Y-US                                       99,401,799
      8 Engineers-Civil Works                                   (96-3134 2009 \ 2010) Construction, Recovery Act
                                                                                                                                              Contracts and Orders        Y-US                                      727,713,031
    (202-00) Corps of Engineers-Civil Works: Corps of           (96-3135 2009 \ 2010) Operation and Maintenance,                              (including modifications)
  9 Engineers-Civil Works                                       Recovery Act
    (202-00) Corps of Engineers-Civil Works: Corps of           (96-3135 2009 \ 2010) Operation and Maintenance,                              Cooperative Agreement       Y-US                                          571,610
 10 Engineers-Civil Works                                       Recovery Act
    (202-00) Corps of Engineers-Civil Works: Corps of           (96-3135 2009 \ 2010) Operation and Maintenance,                              Other                       Y-US                                      107,562,624
 11 Engineers-Civil Works                                       Recovery Act
                                                                                                                                              Contracts and Orders        Y-US                                         2,836,583
    (202-00) Corps of Engineers-Civil Works: Corps of           (96-3136 2009 \ 2010) Regulatory Program, Recovery                            (including modifications)
 12 Engineers-Civil Works                                       Act
    (202-00) Corps of Engineers-Civil Works: Corps of           (96-3136 2009 \ 2010) Regulatory Program, Recovery                            Other                       Y-US                                         2,264,311
 13 Engineers-Civil Works                                       Act
                                                                                                                                              Contracts and Orders        Y-US                                       33,593,991
    (202-00) Corps of Engineers-Civil Works: Corps of           (96-3137 2009 \ 2010) Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial                        (including modifications)
 14 Engineers-Civil Works                                       Action Program, Recovery Act
    (202-00) Corps of Engineers-Civil Works: Corps of           (96-3137 2009 \ 2010) Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial                        Other                       Y-US                                       10,392,363
 15 Engineers-Civil Works                                       Action Program, Recovery Act
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Total Gross Outlays

           25,781,113


            9,545,725

              145,619


              357,203

           54,693,264


           18,274,831


            2,129,000

           10,067,356

           83,026,463


              571,610

           36,795,294

              363,555


            2,011,446

              292,767


                7,346
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Financial and Activity Report (sheet 2 of 2)
                             Major Completed Actions (Short bulleted list of the major actions taken to date.)




Total Army Civil Works obligations to date are $1,493.3 million (32.5% of $4.6 billion), including $1,345.2 million for new contracts and new
work orders against existing contracts. Last week, the Corps obligated $130.4 million of Civil Works Recovery Act funds, while awarding 93
contracts and work orders, increasing cumulative contract actions to 1,706.

Total Army International and Interagency Support Program obligations to date are $91.5 million (44.8% of $204 million), including $75.7
million for new contracts and new work orders against existing contracts. Last week, the Corps obligated $1.2 million of IIS Recovery Act
funds, while awarding 3 contracts and work orders, increasing cumulative contract actions to 33.
Walter F. George Lock and Dam, AL and GA: On September 9, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Mobile District awarded a contract in the
amount of $3,796,229 to Yellowstone Electric Company of Billings, MT, a small business, to purchase transformers. The contract
performance period runs from September 9, 2009 through March 31, 2011.

Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, SC: On 8 September, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Charleston District awarded a firm fixed-price
contract for $5,888,114 to Southern Dredging Company of North Charleston, SC, a small business set aside. The ARRA funds will be used to
dredge selected areas primarily in the Winyah Bay to Charleston reach with some dredging in the Charleston to Port Royal reach (1,025,000
cubic yards) and minimal dike maintenance at selected disposal sites. Dredging these areas will reduce shoaling in this portion of the AIWW
and allow for safer passage of vessels. The work is scheduled to begin on October 15, 2009 and be completed on March 15, 2010.

John H. Kerr Lake, NC & VA: On 8 September, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Wilmington District, assisted by Omaha District, awarded a
contract in the amount of $510,000 to Conti Federal Services, Inc. of Plainfield, NJ, to carry out DDT/Dioxin remediation.. The work will
enhance environmental conditions and public health and safety, and is to begin immediately.
Rivers Project Office, West Salton, MO: On 8 September, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers St. Louis District awarded a $129,497
environmental services task order award to ARDL, Inc. of Mount Vernon, IL, The work to be done for the Rivers Project Office at West
Salton, MO, includes Assessment of Unionids (fresh water mussels) and habitat - Freshwater Mussel Survey Silo Access Area and Lock and
Dam 24, Clarksville, MO; Lead-Based Paint Abatement/Rehabilitation of Lincoln Shields area, West Alton, MO; and Lead-Based Paint Survey
of 21 trilateration Stations prior to rehabilitation work at L&D 24 & 25, Mel Price and L&D 27, Mississippi River. Work started September 9,
2009 and is expected to be completed September 30, 2009.

Marquette and Sylvan Grove, KS: On 8 September, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Kansas City District awarded a contract in the amount
of $68,450 to Clark Boat Company, Inc. of Bellvue, IA, for delivery of two work barges (pontoon boats) for placement of buoys at Kanopolis
and Wilson Lakes at Marquette and Sylvan Grove, KS, respectively which will enhance the safety of the recreating public. This is a
competitively-bid firm-fixed price 100% small business set-aside supply contract for delivery January 10, 2010.

Kanopolis Lake, Marquette, KS: On 8 September, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Kansas City District awarded a contract in the amount of
$20,590 to Truax Company, Inc. of New Hope, MN, for purchase of a seeding drill (agricultural equipment) for planting of grass at Kanopolis
Lake, Marquette, KS. This is a competitively awarded 100% small business set-aside supply contract which will provide erosion control and
enhance the esthetics of the lake. Delivery date is September 23, 2009.
Stockton Lake Power Plant, Stockton, MO: On 8 September, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Kansas City District awarded a contract in the
amount of $5,706 to C-Tech Industries Inc. of Springdale, AR, for delivery of purchased hot-water pressure-washer equipment to Stockton
Lake Power Plant at Stockton, MO. The equipment will help keep power plant equipment and facilities clean. This is a competitively-bid firm-
fixed price supply contract for delivery on September 18, 2009.
Richard B. Russell Dam, Elberton, GA: On 5 September, the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers Savannah District awarded a contract for
$1,270,101 to The Clement Group, LLC of Montgomery, AL, an 8a Small Business contractor. The ARRA funds will be used for head gate
repair of corrosion and paint to units 2 and 3 at the Richard B. Russell Dam, Elberton, GA. The work is scheduled to begin on September 16,
2009 and conclude on December 31, 2010.
Francis E. Walter Dam, PA: On 4 September, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Philadelphia District awarded $537,833 in ARRA funds to
Citadell Construction Company of Lansdale, PA, to upgrade the access road to both the stilling basin and streamgaging station. The road has
severely eroded and become extremely steep. This 3,000-foot-long dam and reservoir project has prevented more than $136 million in flood
damages in the Lehigh River basin. The project is located on the Lehigh River, just below the mouth of Bear Creek, about six miles above
White Haven, PA. This new work will directly benefit both the public and government staff through greater safety and access to outdoor
recreation opportunities and natural and cultural resources. Work will commence in September 2009 and will be completed by December
2009.
Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway, AL and MS: On 4 September, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Mobile District awarded a Task Order in
the amount of $41,160 to Ops Sales Company, Inc. of Dewey, OK, a small business, to purchase pipe for the Mahannah ring levee repair
which is part of the Wildlife Mitigation Lands. This reduces future maintenance costs by stabilizing the levee. The work is required to
maintain the integrity of the levee to prevent damaging flooding of management facilities and equipment. The contract performance period
runs from September 21, 2009 through October 3, 2009.

East Fork, Tombigbee River, MS: On 3 September, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Mobile District modified a task order for the amount of
$430,930 with Phillips Contracting Co., Inc. of Columbus, MS, a Certified Hub Zone Small Business, to perform critical maintenance to restore
flood damage reduction benefits of the East Fork project. The contract performance period is September 9, 2009 through December 30,
2009.


Mispillion River, DE: On 3 September, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Philadelphia District awarded $330,000 in ARRA funds to Hydro-
Marine Construction Company, Inc., Hainesport, NJ, to remove navigation hazards located at the confluence of Cedar Creek and the
Mispillion River near the old Mispillion Light in Delaware. The wooden structure, more than 80 years old, is approximately 1,800 feet in
length and consists of timber piles and timber cross members. Some of the timber piles are only visible at low water. During higher tide
stages, the structure is not visible resulting in a serious safety hazard to both commercial and recreational vessels. This waterway supports
the only launch service that provides safe transport of personnel and supplies to super tanker vessels anchored in the Delaware Bay, Big
Stone and Breakwater anchorages and the nearby Atlantic Ocean. The waterway thus plays a critical role in the logistics of lightering tankers
so they can proceed up the Delaware River to the various refineries. Local commercial fleets (approximately 100 vessels) also operate out of
the inlet. The work is scheduled to commence on or about September 14, 2009 and be completed by the end of October 2009.

Wilson Lake, KS: On 3 September, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Kansas City District awarded a contract in the amount of $94,057 to
ABCreative of De Soto, KS, for purchase of modern, safe and handicapped-accessible playground sets and related equipment at Sylvan Grove
at Wilson Lake, KS. The award will improve recreational opportunities for children at Wilson Lake. This is a competitively-bid 100% small
business set-aside firm-fixed price supply contract for delivery of equipment on October 3, 2009.
Norfolk Harbor, VA: On 3 September, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Norfolk District awarded a contract for $55,000 to ROBRA
Construction of Virginia Beach, Virginia. The ARRA funds will be used to repair the security fencing at the Craney Island Dredged Material
Management Area. Work began September 8 with completion set for October 9, 2009.
Clinton Lake, KS: On 3 September, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Kansas City District awarded a contract in the amount of $25,350 to
Robert Bivens of Lawrence, KS, for removal and replacement of restroom partitions to benefit the recreating public at Bloomington Park at
Clinton Lake, KS. This is a competitively-bid firm-fixed price small business set-aside construction contract for work to be completed
November 30, 2009.
Tuttle Creek Riprap Repair, Manhattan, KS: On 2 September, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Kansas City District awarded a contract in the
amount of $9,982,170 to Treviicos South, Inc. of Tampa, FL, for overlay of riprap on the western half of the dam at Tuttle Creek Lake,
Manhattan, KS. The work will help stabilize the lake and dam. This is a competitively-bid fixed-price construction incentive fee contract for
work to begin immediately and be completed November 19, 2010.
Mississippi River Levees (MRL) Construction Project, Mississippi, construction of relief wells at Tunica, MS: On 2 September, the U.S. Army
Corps of Engineers Memphis District awarded a contract for $2,212,000 to Q2 Remediation Services LLC, of Baton Rouge, LA, a Small
Disadvantaged Business, 8A and HubZone firm. The ARRA funds will be used to drill, install and test 74 relief wells along the Mississippi River
mainline levee west of Tunica, MS. The wells will help control under seepage and improve the integrity of the levee system. Work will be
completed by January 1, 2010.
Raystown Lake, Hesston, PA: On 2 September, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Baltimore District awarded a contract for $76,448 to
Claycomb Excavating, LLC, of New Enterprise, PA. These funds will be used for culvert cleaning, ditch shaping, placement of four culvert
pipes and the delivery and placement of 1,800 tons of shale and 2,400 tons of stone along 36,800 feet of road way. The period of
performance is September 14, 2009 through December 14, 2009.

Larose to Golden Meadow Project, LA: On 2 September, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers New Orleans District awarded a $56,900 design
contract to CDM Federal Programs Corporation of New Orleans, LA. ARRA funds will be used to generate enhancements to a tool for
evaluating non-structural alternatives on the project. Work began September 2, 2009 and will be completed in December 2009.
Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway, AL and MS: On 1 September, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Mobile District awarded a Task Order in
the amount of $476,615 to VETCORP, Inc. of Frederick, MD, a veteran and SBA Certified Hub Zone small business, for supply of Invasive
Species Control Chemicals. This action will improve access for recreational users and restore the habitat for sport and native fish. The
contract performance period is September 9-15, 2009.
Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway, AL and MS – On 1 September, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Mobile District awarded a Task Order in
the amount of $47,500 to Helicopter Applicators, Inc., of Gettysburg, PA, a small business, for application of Invasive Species Control
Chemicals. This action will restore the habitat for sport and native fish, and improve access for recreational users. The contract
performance period runs from September 10-15, 2009.
McNary Dam, Umatilla, OR: On 28 August, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Walla Walla District awarded a $52,782.33 contract to CXT, Inc.,
of Spokane, WA, for the purchase of two prefabricated toilet buildings at McNary Dam in Umatilla, OR. These facilities will be installed on
Nov. 25, 2009.
Raystown Lake, Hesston, PA: On 27 August, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Baltimore District awarded a contract for $539,413 to
HSMM/HOK BRAC 2005 Joint Venture, of Washington, DC. These funds will be used to maintain and operate the Seven Points Area Water
Facility from which employees and visitors to the Seven Points Recreation Area are served with reliable and safe potable water. The period
of performance is August 27, 2009 through April 1, 2010.
                                           Major Planned Actions (Short bulleted list of the major planned actions)



Lock and Dam 3, Red Wing, MN: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers St. Paul District, received $70.24 million in ARRA funding this year to improve navigation safety
and rehabilitate the dam embankments at Lock and Dam 3, located north of Red Wing, MN. The work will include extending the lock’s upper guidewall 800 feet
and modifying the channel to reduce the river outdraft forces that tend to pull barge tows towards the gated dam portion of the facility. The upper and lower
embankments that maintain the river pool elevation will also be rehabilitated. The work will be completed under three separate contracts (navigation
improvements, upper embankments and lower embankments) that are not yet awarded. During the 2010 and 2011 navigation seasons, the contractor will be
allowed to close the lock to navigation for up to 96 hours per month. Navigation closures will be limited to a maximum of 24 hours at a time with at least 24
hours between each closure to clear backed-up barge traffic. Closures will not be permitted on Friday, Saturday, Sunday or holidays. The Corps plans to have
construction begin in mid-January 2010. The lock will open to navigation on March 29, 2010. All of this work at Lock and Dam 3 is scheduled to be completed by
September 30, 2011.




Continue to award contracts and monitor execution.
Source (http://www.census.gov/geo/www/ansi/statetables.html and http://www.usps.com/ncsc/lookups/abbr_state.txt)
Abbreviation State/Possession                      State
AK             ALASKA                              AK-ALASKA
AL             ALABAMA                             AL-ALABAMA
AR             ARKANSAS                            AR-ARKANSAS
AS             AMERICAN SAMOA                      AS-AMERICAN SAMOA
AZ             ARIZONA                             AZ-ARIZONA
CA             CALIFORNIA                          CA-CALIFORNIA
CO             COLORADO                            CO-COLORADO
CT             CONNECTICUT                         CT-CONNECTICUT
DC             DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA                DC-DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
DE             DELAWARE                            DE-DELAWARE
FL             FLORIDA                             FL-FLORIDA
FM                                                 F
               FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIAM-FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIA
GA             GEORGIA                             GA-GEORGIA
GU             GUAM                                GU-GUAM
HI             HAWAII                              HI-HAWAII
IA             IOWA                                IA-IOWA
ID             IDAHO                               ID-IDAHO
IL             ILLINOIS                            IL-ILLINOIS
IN             INDIANA                             IN-INDIANA
KS             KANSAS                              KS-KANSAS
KY             KENTUCKY                            KY-KENTUCKY
LA             LOUISIANA                           LA-LOUISIANA
MA             MASSACHUSETTS                       MA-MASSACHUSETTS
MD             MARYLAND                            MD-MARYLAND
ME             MAINE                               ME-MAINE
MH             MARSHALL ISLANDS                    MH-MARSHALL ISLANDS
MI             MICHIGAN                            MI-MICHIGAN
MN             MINNESOTA                           MN-MINNESOTA
MO             MISSOURI                            MO-MISSOURI
MP             NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS            MP-NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS
MS             MISSISSIPPI                         MS-MISSISSIPPI
MT             MONTANA                             MT-MONTANA
NC             NORTH CAROLINA                      NC-NORTH CAROLINA
ND             NORTH DAKOTA                        ND-NORTH DAKOTA
NE             NEBRASKA                            NE-NEBRASKA
NH             NEW HAMPSHIRE                       NH-NEW HAMPSHIRE
NJ             NEW JERSEY                          NJ-NEW JERSEY
NM             NEW MEXICO                          NM-NEW MEXICO
NV             NEVADA                              NV-NEVADA
NY             NEW YORK                            NY-NEW YORK
OH             OHIO                                OH-OHIO
OK             OKLAHOMA                            OK-OKLAHOMA
OR             OREGON                              OR-OREGON
PA             PENNSYLVANIA                        PA-PENNSYLVANIA
PR             PUERTO RICO                         PR-PUERTO RICO
PW             PALAU                               PW-PALAU
RI             RHODE ISLAND                        RI-RHODE ISLAND
SC             SOUTH CAROLINA                      SC-SOUTH CAROLINA
SD             SOUTH DAKOTA                        SD-SOUTH DAKOTA
TN             TENNESSEE                           TN-TENNESSEE
TX   TEXAS                                    TX-TEXAS
UT   UTAH                                     UT-UTAH
VA   VIRGINIA                                 VA-VIRGINIA
VI   VIRGIN ISLANDS                           VI-VIRGIN ISLANDS
VT   VERMONT                                  VT-VERMONT
WA   WASHINGTON                               WA-WASHINGTON
WI   WISCONSIN                                WI-WISCONSIN
WV   WEST VIRGINIA                            WV-WEST VIRGINIA
WY   WYOMING                                  WY-WYOMING
UM   U.S. Minor Outlying Islands              UM -U.S. Minor Outlying Islands
81   Baker Island                             81-Baker Island
84   Howland Island                           84-Howland Island
86   Jarvis Island                            86-Jarvis Island
67   Johnston Atoll                           67-Johnston Atoll
89   Kingman Reef                             89-Kingman Reef
71   Midway Islands                           71-Midway Islands
76   Navassa Island                           76-Navassa Island
95   Palmyra Atoll                            95-Palmyra Atoll
79   Wake Island                              79-Wake Island
03   American Samoa-(FIPS 5-1 reserved code)  03-American Samoa-(FIPS 5-1 reserved code)
07   Canal Zone-(FIPS 5-1 reserved code) 07-Canal Zone-(FIPS 5-1 reserved code)
14   Guam-(FIPS 5-1 reserved code)            14-Guam-(FIPS 5-1 reserved code)
43   Puerto Rico-(FIPS 5-1 reserved code) 43-Puerto Rico-(FIPS 5-1 reserved code)
52                                            52-Virgin Islands of the U.S.-(FIPS 5-1 reserved code)
     Virgin Islands of the U.S.-(FIPS 5-1 reserved code)
okups/abbr_state.txt)
            FIPS State Name                        FIPS STATE
                                             FIPS State Numeric Code
            Alaska                           02    02-Alaska
            Alabama                          01    01-Alabama
            Arkansas                         05    05-Arkansas
            American Samoa                   60    60-American Samoa
            Arizona                          04    04-Arizona
            California                       06    06-California
            Colorado                         08    08-Colorado
            Connecticut                      09    09-Connecticut
            District of Columbia             11    11-District of Columbia
            Delaware                         10    10-Delaware
            Florida                          12    12-Florida
            Federated States of Micronesia   64    64-Federated States of Micronesia
            Georgia                          13    13-Georgia
            Guam                             66    66-Guam
            Hawaii                           15    15-Hawaii
            Iowa                             19    19-Iowa
            Idaho                            16    16-Idaho
            Illinois                         17    17-Illinois
            Indiana                          18    18-Indiana
            Kansas                           20    20-Kansas
            Kentucky                         21    21-Kentucky
            Louisiana                        22    22-Louisiana
            Massachusetts                    25    25-Massachusetts
            Maryland                         24    24-Maryland
            Maine                            23    23-Maine
            Marshall Islands                 68    68-Marshall Islands
            Michigan                         26    26-Michigan
            Minnesota                        27    27-Minnesota
            Missouri                         29    29-Missouri
            Northern Mariana Islands         69    69-Northern Mariana Islands
            Mississippi                      28    28-Mississippi
            Montana                          30    30-Montana
            North Carolina                   37    37-North Carolina
            North Dakota                     38    38-North Dakota
            Nebraska                         31    31-Nebraska
            New Hampshire                    33    33-New Hampshire
            New Jersey                       34    34-New Jersey
            New Mexico                       35    35-New Mexico
            Nevada                           32    32-Nevada
            New York                         36    36-New York
            Ohio                             39    39-Ohio
            Oklahoma                         40    40-Oklahoma
            Oregon                           41    41-Oregon
            Pennsylvania                     42    42-Pennsylvania
            Puerto Rico                      72    72-Puerto Rico
            Palau                            70    70-Palau
            Rhode Island                     44    44-Rhode Island
            South Carolina                   45    45-South Carolina
            South Dakota                     46    46-South Dakota
            Tennessee                        47    47-Tennessee
Texas                               48    48-Texas
Utah                                49    49-Utah
Virginia                            51    51-Virginia
Virgin Islands of the U.S.          78    78-Virgin Islands of the U.S.
Vermont                             50    50-Vermont
Washington                          53    53-Washington
Wisconsin                           55    55-Wisconsin
West Virginia                       54    54-West Virginia
Wyoming                             56    56-Wyoming
U.S. Minor Outlying Islands         74    74-U.S. Minor Outlying Islands
Baker Island                        81    81-Baker Island
Howland Island                      84    84-Howland Island
Jarvis Island                       86    86-Jarvis Island
Johnston Atoll                      67    67-Johnston Atoll
Kingman Reef                        89    89-Kingman Reef
Midway Islands                      71    71-Midway Islands
Navassa Island                      76    76-Navassa Island
Palmyra Atoll                       95    95-Palmyra Atoll
Wake Island                         79    79-Wake Island
                                    03
American Samoa-(FIPS 5-1 reserved code)   03-American Samoa-(FIPS 5-1 reserved code)
Canal Zone-(FIPS 5-1 reserved code) 07    07-Canal Zone-(FIPS 5-1 reserved code)
Guam-(FIPS 5-1 reserved code) 14          14-Guam-(FIPS 5-1 reserved code)
Puerto Rico-(FIPS 5-1 reserved code)43    43-Puerto Rico-(FIPS 5-1 reserved code)
                                    reserved code) Islands of the U.S.-(FIPS 5-1 reserved code)
Virgin Islands of the U.S.-(FIPS 5-152    52-Virgin

								
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