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User Notes

1996 Consolidated Federal Funds Report (CFFR) and


1995 Consolidated Federal Funds Report

The 1996 CFFR contains errors in California and Guam. The California errors relate to procurement, and the
Guam errors involve salaries and wages, procurement, and other Federal expenditures. Please note the cor-
rected figures below when referencing the 1996 CFFR. Multicolumn spanners in the published table are shown
below in italics; individual column headings in the published table are shown below in bold.

Published in Corrected
Item 1996 CFFR amount
Page (thousands) (thousands)
Direct Federal Expenditures or Obligations
Total direct expenditure or obligations
Total United States . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 $1,398,228,413 $1,396,681,425
California state . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 157,630,855 156,075,208
Orange County, CA . . . . . . . 6 11,242,638 9,686,991
Buena Park city, CA . . . . . . * 1,610,143 54,496
Guam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 829,830 838,489
Department of Defense United States . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 $232,050,023 $230,494,376
California state . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 33,086,347 31,530,700
Orange County, CA . . . . . . . 6 4,094,691 2,539,044
Buena Park city, CA . . . . . . * 1,606,826 51,179
All other agencies United States . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 $1,166,178,390 $1,166,187,049
Guam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 322,943 331,602
Salaries and wages
Total United States . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 $169,731,086 $169,737,807
Guam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 384,104 390,825
Procurement contract awards
Total United States . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 $200,543,114 $198,989,111
California state . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 27,723,583 26,167,936
Orange County, CA . . . . . . . 7 3,797,491 2,241,844
Buena Park city, CA . . . . . . * 1,607,211 51,564
Guam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 112,399 114,043
Department of Defense United States . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 $128,628,822 $127,073,175
California state . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 19,971,914 18,416,267
Orange County, CA . . . . . . . 7 3,466,137 1,910,490
Buena Park city, CA . . . . . . * 1,606,826 51,179
Other Federal expenditures United States . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 $25,521,629 $25,521,923
or obligations Guam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 13,405 13,699
* Data only shown in the electronic data file (e.g., CD-ROM, Internet).

The 1995 and 1996 CFFR electronic data files contain errors regarding salaries and wages for the U.S.
Postal Service. An indeterminate portion of the salary figure for 1995 that should have been reflected in
Washington, DC, was reported in New Castle, DE. This error occurred because of changes in the U.S. Postal
Service’s accounting system. The file containing the data no longer exists, so we cannot obtain corrected fig-
ures.

U.S. Census Bureau


Additional User Note for Fiscal Year 1996 CFFR

Department of Housing and Urban Development's program, "Lower Income Housing


Assistance Program -- Section 8 Moderate Rehabilitation" (CFDA program 14.856) has
been reclassified from CFFR's "Other Direct Payments" (DO) assistance type to the
"Grants" (GG) assistance type. This change affects Tables 1, 3, 4, 10 ,11, 13, and 15, and
involves a significant shift of $18.8 billion (nationally) from "Other Direct Payments" to
"Grants."

The change is NOT represented in this PDF version of the publication, but is available via
the Online Query System and downloads at http://www.census.gov/govs/www/cffr.html.

CFFR Object Code Category

DR Direct Payments for Individuals (Retirement and Disability only)


DO Direct Payments for Individuals (Other than Retirement and Disability)
DX Direct Payments Other than for Individuals
GG Grants (Block, Grants, Formula Grants, Project Grants and Cooperative Agreements)
PC Procurement Contracts
SW Salaries and Wages
DL Direct Loans
GL Guaranteed/Insured Loans
II Insurance


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Acknowledgments
Gerard T. Keffer, Chief of the Federal Programs Branch, directed the preparation of
this report, under the general supervision of Karl K. Kindel, Assistant Division Chief for
Evaluation and Information Systems. Daniel Pflum directed the collection and review of
Federal Assistance Award Data System data, assisted by Carol Cropper, Diane
Glaspie, Sue Jones, Susan Long, and Glenda Pickett. Kheang Hang coordinated
the assembly and processing of the Federal agency data files used for this report. Janet
Allen assisted with data review and coordinated preparation and release of publication
copy.
Robin Goldberg, Linda Huang, and Michael Freeman performed computer pro-
cessing operations under the supervision of Kathleen Chamberlain, Chief of the
Information Systems Branch.
The staff of the Administrative and Customer Services Division, Walter C. Odom,
Chief, performed publication planning, design, composition, editorial review, and printing
planning and procurement. Barbara Abbott provided publication coordination and
editing.
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 Gerard Keffer, Governments
Division, Bureau of the Census, Washington, DC 20233. Telephone: 301-457-1565.
E-mail: gkeffer@census.gov.
 

  

 


 
 
    


  

U.S. Department of Commerce


William M. Daley, Secretary
Economics and Statistics Administration
Everett M. Ehrlich, Under Secretary
for Economic Affairs
BUREAU OF THE CENSUS
Martha Farnsworth Riche, Director
ECONOMICS
AND STATISTICS
ADMINISTRATION

Economics and Statistics BUREAU OF THE CENSUS


Administration Martha Farnsworth Riche, Director
Everett M. Ehrlich, Under Secretary Bryant Benton, Deputy Director
for Economic Affairs
Paula J. Schneider, Principal Associate
Director for Programs
Frederick T. Knickerbocker, Associate
Director for Economic Programs
Thomas L. Mesenbourg, Assistant Director
for Economic Programs

GOVERNMENTS DIVISION
Gordon W. Green, Chief

SUGGESTED CITATION

U.S. Bureau of the Census. Consolidated Federal Funds Report: Fiscal Year 1996.
U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 1997.

For sale by Customer Services, U.S. Bureau of the Census, Washington, DC 20233. Phone: 301-457-4100.
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Contents

Page

Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . v

Table

Federal Government Expenditures or Obligations by State and County Area:


Fiscal Year 1996. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

Appendix

A. County-Type Areas Without County Government . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-1


B. Geographic Areas With More Than Four Congressional Districts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-1
C. County Locations of State Capital Cities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-1
D. CFFR Data Sources. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D-1
E. State Coordinating Agencies, State Data Center Program, Bureau of the Census . . . . E-1
F. Use of County Area Allocations for Selected Federal Pass-Through Assistance
Programs, by State: Fiscal Year 1996 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-1
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Introduction

The Consolidated Federal Funds Report is a presenta- funds, while salaries, wages and direct payments repre-
tion of Federal Government expenditures or obligations in sent actual expenditures (outlay1s)1. Data on loan and
State, county, and subcounty areas of the United States. insurance programs generally represent the contingent
The District of Columbia and U.S. Outlying Areas also are liability of the Federal Government.
included. Various Federal Government agencies provide Certain categories of Federal Government spending are
the data for this report from their existing reporting sys- intentionally excluded from this report. These include such
tems. These data have been consolidated and tabulated in items as interest on Federal Government debt, travel
a standard format for presentation in publications and expenses when not provided under contract, and interna-
electronic form covering different levels of geographic tional payments and foreign aid. These are described
detail. The publications are: under the heading ‘‘Amounts Excluded From CFFR Cov-
erage.’’
x Federal Expenditures by State for Fiscal Year 1996 The financial activity of all Federal Government agen-
cies is covered, with exceptions for those agencies which
x Consolidated Federal Funds Report: Fiscal Year 1996
do not submit data to any of the Federal reporting systems
County Areas
that serve as sources of information for the CFFR. These
Data also are available on CD-ROM and on Internet. agencies are also listed under the heading ‘‘Amounts
Information on publications and CD-ROM’s appears in the Excluded From CFFR Coverage.’’
section, ‘‘Availability of Data’’ at the end of this Introduction.
DATA PRESENTATION
REPORT COVERAGE The Consolidated Federal Funds Report presents data
by State and county area. Coverage includes all object (or
The Consolidated Federal Funds Report (CFFR) covers
use) categories of Federal Government finance.
Federal Government expenditures or obligations for the
object categories listed below. For fiscal year 1996, amounts Geographic detail of Federal finances on a program
reported totaled $1.4 trillion for the direct expenditure or basis can be found in the publication Federal Expenditures
obligation categories, and $549 billion for other Federal by State for Fiscal Year 1996, or on the CFFR data file
assistance (loans and insurance programs): available on Internet and CD-ROM.
The basis for the geographic distribution in the CFFR
x Grants ($241 billion) varied according to the object category and the data
source. These are detailed later under the heading ‘‘Data
x Salaries and wages ($170 billion) Sources,’’ and in appendix D. The following general guide-
lines applied:
x Direct payments for individuals ($782 billion)
x Grants-location of initial recipient
x Procurement contracts ($201 billion)
x Salaries and wages-place of employment
x Other direct payments ($26 billion) x Procurement-place of performance
x Direct loans ($20 billion) x All other object categories-recipient location
x Guaranteed or insured loans ($119 billion)
For grants, users should note that some dollar amounts
x Insurance ($409 billion) appear at the State capital county areas. This reflects the
coding of grants to the State governments, even when
Dollar amounts reported under these categories can such grants represent payments that are subsequently
represent actual expenditures or obligations. Users should
be aware of the differences in this coverage which varies in
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accordance with the data, as described later under ‘‘Data Several grant programs in the CFFR are reported on the basis of
expenditures since the data are taken directly from the Federal Expendi-
Sources,’’ and appendix D. As a general guide, the grants tures by State publication. These are detailed in the ‘‘Data Sources’’
and procurement data in this report represent obligated section and appendix D.
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passed through to local jurisdictions, or represent pro- Finally, selected data are from the information on pay-
grams that are spread out over all areas of the State in ments to State or local governments reported by Federal
terms of financial impact. Appendix C lists the State capital agencies for the Census Bureau’s Federal Aid to States
cities and their respective county areas. survey. These data cover Federal Government grants that
The geographic presentation of data on grants is described are not required to be reported in the Federal Assistance
more fully in the section ‘‘Estimates for Substate Grant Award Data System (FAADDS)2, such as the Federal
Distributions.’’ Most large volume grant programs involve a Government annual payment to the District of Columbia.
direct Federal-to-State transfer of aid which the State All data submitted for the CFFR are assigned a program
governments subsequently redistribute. Data for several of identification code, an agency identification code, and an
these grant programs are treated differently in the CFFR as object code. The program identification code format is
described below. patterned after the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance
Included in the geographic listings are the terms ‘‘U.S. (CFDA) program number. For all data taken from the
undistributed’’ and ‘‘State undistributed.’’ These are used Federal Assistance Award Data System, the CFDA number
for data that were reported, without specific geographic is used for the program identification code. For all other
designations for the State or county. Examples of such data data submissions, a unique code is assigned. Although not
include procurement actions of less than $25,000 which presented in this CFFR publication, the program identifica-
are reported as one data record and assigned to ‘‘U.S. tion code is contained on the CFFR data file available on
undistributed.’’ Internet and CD-ROM.
The congressional districts shown in the CFFR reflect The agency identification code assigned to each data
the districts of the 104th Congress. For those States which record is the four character Federal Information Processing
have only one at-large representative, the congressional Standards (FIPS) code issued by the National Institute of
district is shown as ‘‘00.’’ Standards and Technology. The two leftmost characters
As indicated previously and explained in detail later form a component data element, called the Treasury
under ‘‘Data Sources,’’ dollar amounts reported can reflect Agency Symbol (TAS), which is identical to the two-digit
expenditures or obligations. In some cases, dollar amounts numerical code used in the budgetary process to identify
shown will be negative. Such amounts reflect deobligations major Federal agencies.
of financial assistance that had been previously awarded, The object code assigned to each data record submitted
and generally appear in the grant object category. for the CFFR consists of two alphabetic characters to
designate the broad object category of Federal expenditure
SUMMARY OF METHODOLOGY to which each data record belongs. These are the catego-
ries described previously (grants, salaries and wages,
This is a consolidated report, developed by bringing etc.).
together available statistics on Federal Government expen- Both the program identification code and the object code
ditures or obligations. The first phase of the CFFR program are used throughout the CFFR processing. For example,
is to identify the available data sources. The following during the data edit and review stages, dollar amounts are
reporting systems and agencies are used as data sources: tallied by program or object category for comparison with
other sources of information on Federal outlays. In addi-
x Federal Assistance Award Data System tion, the object code becomes the primary basis for the
x Federal Procurement Data System table presentation in the CFFR publications (all grants data
are grouped together, and so forth).
x Office of Personnel Management The processing of all data submitted for the CFFR
x Department of Defense involves the six steps detailed below. Exceptions exist for
some submissions, often the result of the geographic
x U.S. Postal Service coding methods used by the Federal agency. These excep-
x Internal Revenue Service tions are detailed later under ‘‘Data Sources,’’ and appen-
dix D.
x U.S. Coast Guard
1. Verification of edit totals requires comparing dollar
x Public Health Service amounts and record counts actually submitted with
x National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration totals provided on transmittal documentation from each

In addition to these sources, several other Federal 2


The Federal Assistance Award Data System is a quarterly report of
agencies are requested to provide data, usually for selected financial assistance awards made by each Federal agency. Coverage
programs (see section on ‘‘Data Sources’’). Most of these includes grants, direct payments to individuals and others, insurance, and
are agencies which had not yet begun reporting under the loans. Data submitted by Federal agencies for this system serve as the
source, as indicated, for many of the statistics in this publication. The
requirements of the Federal Assistance Award Data Sys- Office of Management and Budget selected the Census Bureau as
tem. executive agent, responsible for operating the FAADS.
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Federal agency. Since most submissions are via Inter- category actually contained in the data file. All of these
net or diskette, this process involves ensuring that the summary records are tallied during preparation of the
electronic files are in the prescribed format. Any dis- tables in the CFFR. In this way, totals published in the
crepancies are brought to the attention of the submit- CFFR represent summations of the more detailed data
ting agency, and corrections made as needed. contained in the CFFR data file.
Table preparation also entails processing the CFFR data
2. Verification of geographic coding applied to those
file in conjunction with the CFFR geographic reference file.
submissions received electronically. This process is
The former contains all information associated with the
described in more detail later, under the section ‘‘Geo-
Federal program or object category of spending being
graphic Presentation and Coding.’’
reported. The geographic reference file contains all perti-
3. The third step in processing is to sort all data by nent information concerning the government unit for which
program identification code and geographic unit. This data are published. This information includes the State,
enables review tables to be produced showing data by county, and municipal/township name, the 1994 popula-
State, county, or subcounty area for each Federal tion, the congressional districts, and all associated geo-
program or object category. At this stage, a national graphic coding.
total of Federal program amounts in the CFFR is
compared to totals for the same programs that appear
RELATIONSHIP TO FEDERAL EXPENDITURES
in other data sources such as the Federal Budget.
Data are also reviewed by program or object category
BY STATE
at the State and county level. In this manner, patterns
The publication Federal Expenditures by State for Fiscal
of Federal Government spending for any category,
Year 1996 presents State-by-State distributions of Federal
such as Defense salaries and wages, are reviewed.
Government expenditures. Data in that publication are the
This third phase of processing is thus concerned with
same that appear in the CFFR, with three exceptions. One
review and verification of dollar amounts by program
is amounts for Federal grants to State and local govern-
and object category. Corrections are made as needed,
ments. In the CFFR, Federal grants generally represent
based upon consultation with the Federal agency
obligations and include payments to State and local gov-
submitting the original data.
ernments, and grants to nongovernmental recipients.
4. Since data from different sources are generally sub- Table 2 of the Federal Expenditures by State (FES)
mitted on the basis of different geographic coding, the report generally covers actual Federal grant outlays to
next step in CFFR processing is to convert all data State and local governments, by agency and program.
records to standard geographic designations. Data reported are submitted to the Census Bureau in
accordance with OMB Circular A-11 and the Census Bureau’s
5. Once converted to a standard geographic designation
annual Federal Aid to States reporting guidelines. These
(government unit codes), program and object totals
data were formerly published in the annual Department of
are again reviewed. At this time, data records are
the Treasury report Federal Aid to States. The detailed
combined so that only one record exists for each
presentation in table 2 replaced that publication, effective
unique combination of geographic code, program iden-
with fiscal year 1983 data.
tification code, agency code, and object code. Even
The data on grants to State and local governments in
though multiple grant awards may have been made
Federal Expenditures by State are reconciled with amounts
under a single program to any given geographic area,
in the Federal Budget. The definitions applied in the Budget
they are all combined into a single record for the fiscal
for grants to governments serves as the basis for reporting
year. If 10 Community Development Block Grants are
in table 2 of the FES publication. Grants to nongovernmen-
awarded to New York City during fiscal year 1996, they
tal recipients are included in table 6 of the FES report.
are combined into a single record for Community
The second exception is for data on Department of
Development Block Grants funding within New York
Housing and Urban Development housing assistance (Sec-
City. Combining like data records in this manner is the
tion 8) payments. In Federal Expenditures by State, these
final step in processing for each CFFR submission, or
payments are classified as grants where the landlord is a
data file.
public agency, and direct payments where the landlord is a
6. All data files are then merged together to form a private agency. In the CFFR, all Section 8 payments are
consolidated file. This enabled the compilation of total classified as direct payments. This is because data used
Federal expenditure or obligation by object category for the CFFR requires subcounty geographic detail and the
and geographic area. These data are reviewed and public versus nonpublic landlord data are available only at
final corrections made to the CFFR data file. the state level of detail.
The third exception is for data on Federal Emergency
This final data file contains records in geographic detail Management Agency payments under the Disaster Assis-
only. County, State, or United States total records are not tance Program. In the CFFR, these payments are classi-
part of the data file. Nor are summary totals by object fied as grants, while in the Federal Expenditures by State
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report, individual assistance payments under this program For grants, the FAADS data represent the Federal
are classified as direct payments for individuals. The grants obligation incurred at the time the grant is awarded. The
versus direct payments data are not available at the amounts reported do not represent actual expenditures,
substate level. since obligations in one time period may not result in
Federal Expenditures by State also contains data on outlays during the same time period. Moreover, initial
Federal salaries and wages (table 3), Federal direct pay- amounts obligated may be adjusted at a later date, either
ments for individuals (table 4), Federal procurement con- through enhancements or deobligations. These deobliga-
tracts (table 5), and other direct Federal expenditures tions may appear in the CFFR data as negative amounts.
(table 6). These data correspond to those presented by Users should be aware of what these amounts represent
object category in the CFFR, but are shown in the FES and use care in interpreting such data.
report by program or Federal agency wherever possible. FAADS data on grants for fiscal year 1996 are derived
The CFFR publication does not contain such program or by summing the quarterly reports that covered financial
agency detail. assistance awarded between October 1, 1995, and Sep-
One other significant difference between Federal Expen- tember 30, 1996. The grants data from FAADS that are
ditures by State and the CFFR is the level of geographic carried forward to the CFFR totaled about 98 percent of all
detail for which data are shown. The former distributes data grants reported.
only on a State-by-State basis, while the CFFR contains All grant awards in FAADS are reported by State,
county area information. county, and usually, city of initial grant recipient. Submitting
Users should consult the introductory text in the publi- agencies use either FIPS codes for States, counties, and
cation Federal Expenditures by State for a detailed expla- places, or General Services Administration location codes.
nation of the grants data that appear in that report. The remaining grants data for the CFFR are from data
submitted to the Census Bureau pursuant to the annual
Federal Aid to States survey, and OMB Circular A-11.
DATA SOURCES These submissions are required annually of all Federal
Government agencies which make payments to State or
Appendix D lists the data sources used for the CFFR, local governments.
arranged by major category of Federal Government expen- Such data were previously collected and published
diture or obligation. The description of the data sources annually by the Division of Government Accounts and
which follows includes explanations of the coverage, con- Reports, Fiscal Service, Bureau of Government Financial
ceptual basis for reporting (expenditures versus obliga- Operations, Department of the Treasury. The annual Trea-
tions), geographic basis for reporting, and other informa- sury Department publication Federal Aid to States, which
tion important for interpreting the data in the CFFR. The contained these data, was replaced by the annual Census
use of the term FIPS geographic codes in the following text Bureau publication Federal Expenditures by State. Refer-
refers to the Federal Information Processing Standards ence should be made to this latter publication for additional
codes maintained by the National Institute of Standards information on the coverage and reporting requirements
and Technology, Department of Commerce. associated with these grant data.
Selected grant programs data are from the Federal
GRANTS Expenditures by State data base to ensure comprehensive
coverage in the CFFR. These grants are not part of the
As indicated in appendix D, the principal source of the FAADS reporting because they are not listed in the Catalog
grants data in the CFFR is the information submitted
of Federal Domestic Assistance. Data are available only at
the State area level of reporting.
quarterly for the Federal Assistance Award Data System
(FAADS). Data on financial assistance awards are submit-
SALARIES AND WAGES
ted quarterly by Federal Government agencies, and com-
bined to form a single database on Federal Government Amounts reported for Federal Government salaries and
financial assistance awards. Each quarterly database is wages are from four sources: the Office of Personnel
distributed to the Congress and to State governments. In Management, the Department of Defense, the Postal Ser-
addition to grant awards, the FAADS program covers direct vice, and the Department of Transportation.
payments to individuals (such as retirement benefits), The Defense Department provides information on mili-
direct payments for specified use (such as food stamp tary payrolls, with separate amounts for active military and
awards), cooperative agreements, guaranteed loans, direct inactive military (Reserve and National Guard). These data
loans, and insurance programs of the Federal Govern- are from the Directorate for Information, Operations and
ment. All financial assistance awards in the FAADS are Reports of the Washington Headquarters Services, Depart-
identified by a Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance ment of Defense. (Note that salaries and wages data
program number. Coverage of these types of financial covering civilian employees of the Defense Department are
assistance other than grants are described under the from the Office of Personnel Management, as described
appropriate data source section later in this text. below.)
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Amounts reported represent estimates of fiscal year 1. The basis for the geographic distribution is place of
outlays by State and county, and include gross compensa- employment, using data on salary and employment
tion. This covers salaries and wages, housing allowances, distributions from the Office of Personnel Management’s
and in general all other personnel compensation, except (OPM) Central Personnel Data File (CPDF) as of
retired military pay, which is reported separately under the March 31, 1996. Data are geographically prorated to
category direct payments for individuals. Other features of total fiscal year payroll and payment data from the SF
the Department of Defense salaries and wages include: 113-A, ‘‘Monthly Report of Federal Civilian Employ-
ment.’’
1. Amounts for military personnel stationed overseas are
excluded from totals. 2. Estimated payroll data are produced at the State,
county, and outlying area levels only.
2. Salaries and wages for inactive personnel refer to
military Reserve and National Guard payroll. 3. Both defense and non-defense agency State, county,
and outlying area payroll data are estimates. These
3. Amounts reported reflect the State (or outlying area) estimates are predicated on the assumption that pre-
and place of employment (duty station) rather than mium pay and lump sum payments as well as part-
home residence. time, intermittent, and full-time seasonal pay are pro-
portional to the salaries of full-time Federal civilian
The submission from the Defense Department is an employees (Defense and nondefense) in the counties
electronic file containing data records that are distributed and outlying areas.
using FIPS geographic codes for States and counties. No
special processing of the geographic codes is required for The methodology used to estimate the geographic dis-
inclusion in the CFFR. tribution is to obtain actual expenditures for salaries and
wages from the SF 113-A. Salary and wage data on the SF
Salaries and wages data for U.S. Postal Service employ-
113-A are expenditures (including basic, premium, and
ees are provided by the U.S. Postal Service. Amounts
lump sum payments) for all Federal civilian employees.
represent actual outlays during the fiscal year, but with the
(These data are not reported by State and county on the
national total distributed among the States and counties on
SF 113-A).
an estimated basis. Estimates are derived by calculating
From OPM’s CPDF and agency survey data, aggregate
the ‘‘per employee’’ payroll cost and applying this cost to
basic salaries for full-time employees only (Department of
each postal facility based upon the number of employees.
Defense and other agencies) are computed for each
The Postal Service data are geographically distributed
county, each outlying area, total United States, and total
based upon place of employment (postal facility). Data
outlying areas. Based on these aggregate basic salaries,
records are submitted in an electronic file, and contain
Department of Defense and other agencies percentages
FIPS State and county area codes.
are computed. These percentages determined each county’s
Statistics on salaries and wages for uniformed employ-
and outlying area’s proportion of the total United States
ees of the U.S. Coast Guard are reported by the Depart-
and U.S. Outlying Areas full-time salaries.
ment of Transportation. Data are reported by ZIP code, for
The percentages referenced above for Department of
the place of employment. Amounts are then aggregated by
Defense and other agencies are applied to SF 113-A
county area.
Defense and nondefense payroll data for the States and
Salaries and wages for all other Federal employees are
outlying areas to estimated actual expenditures in counties
from the Office of Personnel Management. Coverage includes
and outlying areas, respectively.
all other Federal civilian employees (excluding the Central
The District of Columbia’s nondefense estimated expen-
Intelligence Agency, Defense Intelligence Agency, and the
ditures are computed by the above methodology. However,
National Security Agency) employed in the United States
a supplement is then added to this estimate consisting of
and the outlying areas. Data are reported separately for
SF 113-A agency payroll data for the following agencies:
each major Federal agency. The data included:
U.S. Congress (including Congressional Budget Office,
x Basic annual salaries White House Office, Office of the Vice President, Federal
Reserve Board, Architect of the Capitol, U.S. Botanic
x Premium pay (overtime, night differential, cost of Gardens, Library of Congress, U.S. Tax Court, Copyright
living allowances, station allowances, holiday pay, Royalty Tribunal, Office of Technology Assessment, and
and any retroactive pay), and the Supreme Court). These agencies are not in the survey
x Lump sum payments (for annual Leave) agency file or in the CPDF. Since their employment is
primarily or totally in the District of Columbia, their SF 113-A
National totals represent actual expenditure during fiscal payroll data is added to the District’s nondefense estimate.
year 1996. The geographic distribution of these amounts
by State (or outlying area) and county are estimated, based
DIRECT PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS
upon place of employment. The following assumptions Data covering Federal Government direct payments for
apply for the estimation procedures: individuals are separated into two object categories-direct
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payments for retirement and disability benefits, and all through October 1, 1996. The calendar year-to-date
other direct payments for individuals. Retirement and dis- data are accumulated by ZIP code, and proportionate
ability programs include Federal employee retirement and shares are then applied against the actual total of fiscal
disability benefits, Social Security payments of all types, year 1996 disbursements. ZIP codes reflect recipient
selected Veterans Administration programs, and selected location except for payments made via electronic
other Federal programs (see appendix D). funds transfer, which reflect correspondence ZIP code.
While the individual Federal programs included under Like other data submitted on the basis of ZIP codes,
the direct payments category are not shown separately in these data are converted to State and county areas
the CFFR publication, program data are published by State using standard methodology.
in the Federal Expenditures by State report, and are
included in the CFFR data file available on Internet and 4. Pension plan termination insurance payments reflect
CD-ROM. benefits paid by the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corpo-
Unless otherwise indicated, all data covering direct ration under the Pension Plan Termination Insurance
payments for individuals are from information reported for Program (Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance
the Federal Assistance Award Data System. All data rep- program 86.001). Data include only those payments
resent obligations during the fiscal year, except as noted made directly by the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corpo-
below. Direct payments for individuals are shown by State ration. Amounts paid by interim custodians such as
and county area only, in accordance with the reporting banks or other financial institutions are not reported.
requirements of the Federal Assistance Award Data Sys- Total payments for fiscal year 1996 under this program
tem. The following retirement and disability direct payment were $776 million.
programs are not available from the FAADS and are
The data submitted for the CFFR are geographically
obtained from other data sources.
distributed by postal ZIP code.
1. Military retirement benefits data are supplied by the
Department of Defense, along with that agency’s data 5. Payments to retirees and other beneficiaries from the
on military payroll. Amounts represent actual expendi- Public Health Service, Commissioned Corps, are reported
tures during the fiscal year. Coverage includes recur- by that Federal agency. Amounts are reported by
rent benefit payments, as well as permanent and mailing address (ZIP code) of the beneficiary, and
temporary disability payments. Data are provided by converted to county level data by the Census Bureau.
State and county area of recipient. Fiscal year 1996 Amounts reported total $116 million.
payments totaled $28 billion.
6. Benefit payments to retirees from the National Oce-
2. Amounts for benefit payments to retired U.S. Coast anic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Commis-
Guard service personnel are from that agency. These sioned Corps totals $9 million for fiscal year 1996.
payments totaled $520 million. Coverage includes Data are from the Commerce Department, National
taxable benefits financed by employer or general fund Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and are avail-
contributions. Retired civilian employees of the Coast able only at the State level.
Guard are excluded from these data, but included in
data from the Office of Personnel Management. 7. The State Department Foreign Service Officers retire-
ment system provided data on fiscal year 1996 benefit
3. Federal civilian employee retirement and disability
payments. These totaled $354 million, and are reported
payments are from the Office of Personnel Manage-
geographically by ZIP code.
ment, Compensation Group. Amounts include expen-
ditures for all periodic annuity, survivor annuity, and 8. The Tennessee Valley Authority reported $212 million
lump sum death claims, as well as withdrawals. Admin- in benefit payments to retirees. Data are reported by
istrative expenses and funds transferred to other retire- State and county area.
ment systems are excluded. Amounts reported totaled
$39 billion.
Retirement benefits for Federal civilian employees Programs classified as direct payments for individuals,
also include data for former Postal Service employees. other than retirement and disability, are all obtained from
Note that the amounts reported by OPM include the Federal Assistance Award Data System, except as
payments from employee contributions. No data cov- noted in appendix D. These are reported by State and
ering the payments associated only with employer county area only. The four quarterly FAADS databases are
contributions, earnings on investments, or other non- consolidated to obtain fiscal year totals.
employee financed amounts could be obtained. Amounts reported for the Housing Assistance Payments
The OPM data represent an estimated geographic (the Section 8 program) under this object category reflect
distribution of actual fiscal year 1996 disbursements. the entire amount of obligations for the year. That is, all
The methodology used by OPM is based on propor- Section 8 (and voucher) payments are classified as direct
tionate calendar year-to-date annuity disbursements payments for individuals, regardless of whether they are
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paid to public or private landlords. This is also another to any units where a match is found. Unmatched data
source of difference in the data between the CFFR publi- records are distributed to ‘‘balance of county’’ represented
cation and Federal Expenditures by State. by the State/county portion of the FIPS geographic code.
Excess earned income tax credits represent Federal (For those FPDC data records submitted only with a
Government payments during calendar year 1996. Infor- State/place code, a county code is first assigned via a
mation is from the Department of the Treasury, Internal geographic conversion file.)
Revenue Service, Statistics of Income Division. Amounts
reflect only the excess earned income tax credits actually
refunded. Aggregate figures by State are reported. No OTHER DIRECT FEDERAL EXPENDITURE
substate detail is available.
Most data reported are submitted by Federal agencies
PROCUREMENT for the Federal Assistance Award Data System. Amounts
reported in each of the quarters of fiscal year 1996 are
consolidated for the CFFR. Data not from the FAADS are
Statistics covering Federal Government procurement
listed below, and detailed in appendix D.
are provided by the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) for Postal
Service procurement and the General Services Adminis- Crop Insurance data on the amount of indemnity pay-
tration, Federal Procurement Data Center (FPDC) for ments (claims) and premium subsidies are provided by the
procurement actions of all other Federal agencies, includ- Agriculture Department. Expenditures totaled $3.0 billion.
ing the Defense Department. Coverage includes the claims paid directly by the Federal
Amounts provided by the USPS represent actual outlays Government to farmers, and premium subsidies to private
for contractual commitments, while amounts provided by insurers. Federal indemnity payments to private insurance
the FPDC represent the value of obligations for contract carriers are not reported. Amounts reflect the resident
actions, and do no reflect actual Federal Government county of the claimant for direct payment, or location of
expenditures. In general, only current year contract actions county of the private carrier for premium subsidies.
are reported for data provided by the FPDC; however, The Federal Emergency Management Agency supplies
multiple-year obligations may be reflected for contract county level data on fiscal year 1996 payments under the
actions of less than 3 years duration. National Flood Insurance program. Amounts represent
The FPDC collects procurement statistics on a quarterly claims and adjustor expenses. Total expenditures for this
basis from most Federal Government departments and program are $885 million.
agencies, and provides these data according to the place U.S. Postal Service expenditures for current operations,
of performance rather than the location of the prime other than procurement and salaries, are provided by the
contractor. Excluded from the procurement totals reported Postal Service as part of that agency’s total submission for
are the amounts for the judicial and legislative branches of CFFR. Data are provided by State and county area, with
government and most intergovernmental transfers of funds. the distribution based on the methodology described ear-
Also excluded from the totals are amounts for procurement lier for Postal Service salaries and wages. Amounts reported
in foreign countries. However, foreign procurement awards totaled $1.9 million.
were $7.5 billion in fiscal year 1996, with $6.4 billion for the
Defense Department, and $1.1 billion for all other Federal Data for the Federal Government (employer) share of
Government agencies other than the USPS. premiums on Federal employee life and health insurance
are from the Office of Personnel Management, Compen-
Most contract actions provided by the FPDC with values
sation Group. Data for life insurance programs ($415
under $25,000 are not distributed by State and territory.
million) were allocated by State based upon the 1995
Such amounts are reported as ‘‘U.S. undistributed.’’
claims experience of the largest health carrier. Health
Procurement data awarded by the USPS include all
insurance premium payments totaled $10.5 billion. All
outlays made under formal contractual agreements. The
expenditures for life and health insurance premiums are
FPDC data include contractual actions for construction,
assigned to the ‘‘State undistributed’’ level of geography.
purchases of equipment, and other purchases of tangible
items by the Federal Government. Also included with the The Education Department reports fiscal year 1996
FPDC data are contractual actions for services often not payments under the Federal Family Education Loan pro-
generally associated with procurement, such as the pur- gram. Amounts under the ‘‘Other direct payments’’ cat-
chase of utilities, building leases, and other services entered egory include default payments, advances, and adminis-
into via contractual agreement. trative cost allowances for guarantee agencies. Amounts
Procurement data provided by the FPDC are distributed totaled $3.1 billion. (Interest subsidies and special allow-
according to place of performance, as designated by FIPS ances paid on behalf of borrowers are included under the
State/county/place geographic coding. These geographic ‘‘direct payments for Individuals’’ category in table 4.)
codes are matched against the government unit codes Other data that are from sources other than FAADS
comprising the geographic basis for the CFFR, and assigned includes Legal Services Corporation grants ($269 million).
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GUARANTEED LOANS, DIRECT LOANS, AND subcounty level, the term municipality indicates any sub-
INSURANCE county unit of general local government. For this reason,
the geographic basis for presentation in the Consolidated
All data on loans and insurance programs of the Federal Federal Funds Report is the government classification
Government, with the exception of data on Flood Insurance system developed by the Bureau of the Census in its
and student loan programs, come from the Federal Assis- Census of Governments program.
tance Award Data System. Amounts reported in these This report presents data by State and county area. The
object categories reflect the contingent liability of the District of Columbia and the United States Outlying Areas
Federal Government, in accordance with the FAADS report- of American Samoa, Guam, Commonwealth of the North-
ing instructions. Data do not represent actual expenditures ern Mariana Islands, Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and
associated with the loan or insurance programs. Any actual the U.S. Virgin Islands are included. In addition to county
outlays under these programs, such as insurance claims areas, municipal governments which are independent of
paid by the Federal Government, appear in the direct any organized county are included here as county equiva-
payments categories in the CFFR. lent areas. Appendix A contains a listing of these munici-
Federal Government contingent liability can vary by palities.
program, and caution should be used in comparing one
Federal loan or insurance program to another, or in inter-
preting the data presented to reflect actual Federal outlays Government Units
over time. The following also should be noted:
1. Amounts guaranteed or insured do not necessarily There were 85,006 government units in the United
represent future outlays. States at the time of the 1992 Census of Governments,
distributed as follows:
2. All amounts reflect the dollar value of loans or insur-
ance coverage provided during the fiscal year, and not U.S. Government. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
the cumulative totals of such activity over the life of the
program. State governments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Local governments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84,955
3. Direct loans are not reported on a net basis, as in the
County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3,043
Federal Budget, but rather are shown in terms of total
Municipal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19,279
amounts loaned.
Township. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16,656
4. Programs otherwise similar can vary in the share of School district . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14,422
the total liability that the Federal Government guaran-
Special district . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31,555
tees or insures. Certain veterans guaranteed loan
programs are guaranteed only up to a stated maxi-
Exact definitions of government units are available in
mum dollar value, for example. In these cases, the
Volume 1, Number 1 of the 1992 Census of Governments,
Federal Government contingent liability is less than
Government Organization. That publication describes the
the total value of the loan or insured policy agreement.
structure and organization of State and local governments
Guaranteed loans, direct loans, and insurance are reported throughout the Nation.
in the FAADS by State and county area, or by State, The general local governments that define the universe
county, and place. for this publication are those in existence (active and
Data on the Federal Direct Student Loan and Federal incorporated) during the Federal fiscal year 1996. All such
Family Education Loan programs are not reported for the governments are covered in the Governments Integrated
Federal Assistance Award Data System, and are obtained Directory, the Census Bureau’s file of all active government
separately from the Department of Education, as indicated. units in the Nation.
National Flood Insurance data (CFDA number 83.100), The Consolidated Federal Funds Report contains data
reflecting insurance in force on September 30, 1996, are by State, county, and subcounty area, making use of
from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. government units to represent geographic areas. For States
Detail on particular loan or insurance programs is avail- and outlying areas, government jurisdictions have fixed,
able in Federal Expenditures by State (on a State-by-State stable boundaries which correspond to well-defined geo-
basis only) or in the CFFR data file available on Internet graphic areas. For county and subcounty government
and CD-ROM. units, however, there can be significant differences between
the concept of government unit and a specified geographic
GEOGRAPHIC PRESENTATION AND CODING area.
Where county governments exist, they correspond to
Background generally accepted county geographic boundaries. How-
The Consolidated Federal Funds Report program calls ever, many areas of the United States lack county govern-
for reporting by State (and outlying area), county (or ment. Organized county governments are not found in
equivalent), municipality, and congressional district. At the Connecticut and Rhode Island, as well as in some outlying
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areas, and the District of Columbia. Numerous cities, such x U.S. Outlying Areas with no representatives have ‘‘99’’
as Baltimore, MD (which is not located within a county for a congressional district code.
government area), and San Francisco, CA (which is a
x To derive totals of all funds to any particular congres-
consolidated city/county government), also exist indepen-
sional district, amounts for all government units in that
dent of any county government.
district would have to be aggregated.
County-equivalent areas are included in the Consoli-
dated Federal Funds Report as if they were legitimate x For counties that exist in more than one district, all
counties to ensure consistency in the geographic presen- congressional districts are reported.
tation of the data. A complete listing of these areas can be
found in appendix A. The geographic reference file used in the CFFR is
It is important to note that the CFFR covers Federal available along with the CFFR data file, on CD-ROM.
Government payments to government units and other Interested users should contact Customer Services, Bureau
recipients located in the geographic areas over which of the Census (see section below on Availability of Data).
these governments have jurisdiction. For example, the
ESTIMATES FOR SUBSTATE GRANT
Federal payments to the New York City area could repre-
DISTRIBUTIONS
sent monies allocated to the city government, a private
company located in the city, or a private citizen residing in Many Federal grant programs involve a direct payment
the city. No attempt is made in the CFFR to provide to State governments, which are then responsible for
information on the recipients (individually or by type) of program administration. Examples include: grants that are
Federal money. ‘‘passed-through’’ to local governments (such as block
In most cases, the effect of this assignment on the grant programs); grants, such as for highway construction,
statistical presentation of the data is negligible. However, in which the financial impact of Federal funds is spread out
users should be aware of this treatment, particularly if over all areas of the State; and grants or assistance
using data for one of these multicounty jurisdictions. The programs such as Aid to Families with Dependent Children,
municipalities of over 50,000 population which exist in which the State can administer but for which the ultimate
more than one county area, and their respective counties, beneficiaries are found throughout the States.
are shown in text table A. The CFFR contains data on the substate allocation of
The government structure of New York City deserves funds for the major Federal grant programs. To the extent
special mention. Classified for census purposes as a possible, these data are allocated by county or county-
municipality, the city is actually comprised of five county equivalent area.
equivalent (burough) areas (Bronx, Kings, New York, Queens,
and Richmond). None of these are presented separately in For the Highway Planning and Construction program
this report. New York City is presented as a single county- (program number 20.205), the Transportation Department
equivalent area. 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
Congressional District Reporting
its share of the funding. Funding for this grant program
totaled $18.2 billion in fiscal year 1996.
The congressional district or districts for each county
The substate allocation for funds for twelve major pro-
area are displayed in the CFFR table. For those places that
grams are derived by the Census Bureau from a survey of
have multiple districts, all such districts are displayed. The
State government agencies:
congressional districts shown in this publication represent
the boundaries of the 104th Congress, in session as of x Food Stamps (10.551): $22.5 billion
January 1995.
x National School Lunch (10.555): $5.3 billion
In those places with more than one congressional
district, dollar amounts are not reported separately for each x Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women,
district. The Federal financial data in the reporting systems Infants and Children (WIC) (10.557): $3.6 billion
(data sources) used for the CFFR does not contain such
x Social Services Block Grant (93.667): $2.4 billion
detail, with the exception of partial data records of the
Federal Assistance Award Data System. x Low-Income Home Energy Assistance (93.568): $1.1
Several other aspects of the congressional district cod- billion
ing should be noted:
x Job Training Partnership Act (17.250): $2.5 billion
x For States with an at-large representative, the code ‘‘00’’
x Special Education-State Grants (84.027): $2.4
is reported.
billion
x For U.S. Outlying Areas with a nonvoting representative
x Rehabilitation Services−Vocational Rehabilitation−State
to Congress, the congressional district is reported as
Grants Basic Support (84.126): $2.1 billion
‘‘98’’.
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x Medical Assistance (Medicaid) (93.778): $92.2 billion Government. Expenditures other than salaries and procure-
ment are not available for the Federal Deposit Insurance
x Family Support Payments to States (AFDC) (93.560): Corporation, National Credit Union Administration, and
$14.4 billion Federal Saving and Loans Insurance Corporation.
The Federal Budget outlays estimated for fiscal year
x Child Support Enforcement (93.563): $2.0 billion 1996 totaled $1.7 trillion. However, comparison of the
x Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grants Federal Budget amount with data reported in the CFFR can
(93.959): $1.2 billion be misleading, since the Federal Budget amounts differ
from CFFR in accounting concepts and the treatment of
intragovernmental transfers. For example, outlays for many
Substate allocations for these programs are available for programs in the Federal Budget are reported on a net
some, but not all, of the States and outlying areas. Appen- basis.
dix F contains detail, by program and State.
The derived county allocations are based upon a Survey
of State Government Pass-Through Expenditures, con-
AVAILABILITY OF DATA
ducted by the Census Bureau during fiscal year 1996. For
Copies of the Consolidated Federal Funds Report pub-
each program, the administering State agencies are asked
lication are available from the Customer Services, Bureau
to provide information on the county allocation of program
of the Census, Washington, DC 20233-0800; 301-457-
funds within their State. Responses, where received, are
4100. The publication Federal Expenditures by State may
used as the basis for prorating total program funding by
also be purchased from Customer Services.
State among the county areas within each State. Total
The CFFR data file is also available on Internet and
program funding for each State has been reported by the
CD-ROM. As indicated earlier, the data available electroni-
administering Federal agency, in the Federal Assistance
cally are more detailed than the summarized data pre-
Award Data System.
sented in the published reports. Each record in the CFFR
data file contains the following fields:
AMOUNTS EXCLUDED FROM CFFR COVERAGE x Government unit code (State, type, county, unit)
x Program identification code
Federal Government expenditures covered in the CFFR
total $1.4 trillion for fiscal year 1996. This amount does not x Object code
represent all Federal Government expenditures. Amounts
x Federal funding sign
excluded from the CFFR can be grouped into two general
categories-conceptual exclusions and agency/program omis- x Federal funding amount
sions.
x Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) loca-
Federal expenditures excluded conceptually are those tion code (State, county, place)
that could not be geographically distributed, all interna-
tional transactions and foreign payments, and Federal x FIPS Federal agency code
outlay categories not covered by any of the reporting
systems that served as data sources for the CFFR. The All appropriate documentation and data file descriptions
largest item was net interest on Federal Government debt, are provided with each CFFR Internet or CD-ROM file.
which was estimated to be $239 billion in fiscal year 1996. An accompanying CFFR geographic reference file is
The fiscal year 1996 total outlays for the international also available on CD-ROM. This file contains the names
affairs function in the Federal Budget was estimated at $20 and government unit codes for all State, county, municipal,
billion. and township units in the Nation. In addition, the file
Expenditures for the Central Intelligence Agency , the contains associated geographic codes (FIPS, GSA, and
Defense Intelligence Agency, and the National Security Census Bureau place codes), the 1994 population, and the
Agency are excluded from coverage. congressional districts serving each government unit.
Users interested in obtaining CD-ROM’s of the Consoli-
The CFFR data are compiled by object categories of dated Federal Funds Report data files should contact
Federal expenditures. The reporting systems and Federal Customer Services, Bureau of the Census, Washington,
agencies that serve as data sources exclude Federal travel DC 20233-0800. Telephone 301-457-4100. Users also
expenditures, to the extent that they are not covered by may obtain a copy of this report via the Census Bureau’s
contractual agreements. No estimate of the magnitude of Internet site at http://www.census.gov/prod/1/gov/cffr96.pdf.
these expenditures is available. The Consolidated Federal Funds Report is also being
For some agencies, data for selected object categories made available to the public through the Census Bureau’s
could not be obtained. These include the procurement State Data Center Program. Through this program, the
actions of the judicial and legislative sectors of the Federal Census Bureau provides participating State organizations
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(government agencies and university centers) with publi- or to request further information about the data. A list of
cations, CD-ROM files, and general information assis- the State Data Center lead agencies may be found in
tance. The State organizations, in turn, provide data access appendix E.
services such as publication reference centers, inquiry
handling and general assistance in data use. They also MEANING OF SYMBOLS
establish affiliates in key locations around the States by
placing basic sets of census publications in local libraries, The symbols in the tables have the following meanings:
city and regional planning agencies and so forth.
Users may contact the State Data Centers (or affiliates) - Represents zero or rounds to zero.
to determine if the Consolidated Federal Funds Report NA Not available
publication or the related CD-ROM data files are available, X Not applicable
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Table A. Multicounty Municipal Governments of Over 50,000 Population

County County
State and municipality State and municipality
Assigned Other Assigned Other

Alabama: Tulsa. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tulsa Osage, Rogers


Birmingham . . . . . . . . . . Jefferson Shelby
Dothan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Houston Dale Oregon:
Huntsville . . . . . . . . . . . . Madison Limestone Portland . . . . . . . . . . . . . Multnomah Clackamas,
Washington
Colorado: Salem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Marion Polk
Arvada . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jefferson Adams
Aurora . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Arapahoe Adams, Douglas Pennsylvania:
Westminster . . . . . . . . . Adams Jefferson Bethlehem . . . . . . . . . . Northampton Lehigh
Georgia: South Carolina:
Atlanta . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fulton De Kalb North Charleston . . . . . Charleston Berkeley,
Macon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bibb Jones Dorchester
South Dakota:
Illinois: Sioux Falls. . . . . . . . . . . Minnehaha Lincoln
Aurora . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kane Du Page
Chicago . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cook Du Page Texas:
Elgin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kane Cook Abilene . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Taylor Jones
Naperville. . . . . . . . . . . . DuPage Will Amarillo . . . . . . . . . . . . . Potter Randall
Schaumburg . . . . . . . . . Cook Du Page Austin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Travis Williamson
Baytown . . . . . . . . . . . . . Harris Chambers
Louisiana: Carrollton . . . . . . . . . . . . Dallas Denton, Collin
Shreveport. . . . . . . . . . . Caddo Parish Bossier Parish Corpus Christi. . . . . . . . Nueces Kleberg,
San Patricio
Michigan:
Lansing . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ingham Eaton
Dallas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dallas Collin, Denton,
Mississippi: Kaufman, Rickwall
Jackson . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hinds Madison, Rankin Fort Worth . . . . . . . . . . . Tarrant Denton
Missouri: Garland . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dallas Collin, Rockwall
Independence . . . . . . . . Jackson Clay Grand Prairie . . . . . . . . Dallas Ellis, Tarrant
Kansas City. . . . . . . . . . Jackson Cass, Clay Platte Houston . . . . . . . . . . . . . Harris Fort Bend,
Springfield . . . . . . . . . . . Greene Christian Montgomery
New York: Longview . . . . . . . . . . . . Gregg Harrison
New York City . . . . . . . . New York Bronx, Kings,
Queens, Richmond Midland . . . . . . . . . . . . . Midland Martin
North Carolina: Odessa. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ector Midland
Durham . . . . . . . . . . . . . Durham Orange Plano . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Collin Denton
Richardson . . . . . . . . . . Dallas Collin
High Point . . . . . . . . . . . Guilford Davidson, Forsyth, Wichita Falls . . . . . . . . . Wichita Archer
Randolph
Ohio:
Columbus . . . . . . . . . . . Franklin Fairfield West Virginia:
Kettering . . . . . . . . . . . . Montgomery Greene Huntington . . . . . . . . . . . Cabell Wayne
Youngstown. . . . . . . . . . Mahoning Trumbull
Wisconsin:
Oklahoma: Appleton. . . . . . . . . . . . . Outagamie Calumet,
Broken Arrow . . . . . . . . Tulsa Wagoner Winnebago
Oklahoma City . . . . . . . Oklahoma Canadian, Cleveland, Eau Claire . . . . . . . . . . . Eau Claire Chippewa
McClain, Milwaukee . . . . . . . . . . . Milwaukee Washington,
Pottawatomie Waukesha
County Area 1

Federal Government Expenditures or Obligations by State,


County, and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 1996
2 Consolidated Federal Funds Report

Federal Government Expenditures or Obligations by State and County Area:


[Thousand dollars]

Direct Federal expenditures or obligations

Congressional Total direct expenditures or obligations Salaries and wages


State and county area district United States
resident Department of All other Department of
population1 Total Defense agencies Grant awards Total Defense

1 United States, total ------------- 264 188 106 1 398 228 413 232 050 023 1 166 178 390 241 474 089 169 731 086 72 955 064
2 Alabama --------------------------- 4 218 733 23 548 131 4 081 334 19 466 797 3 671 049 2 897 623 1 484 140
3 Autauga County ------------------- 02 38 317 132 221 20 830 111 391 18 226 4 256 934
4 Baldwin County ------------------- 01 115 685 476 582 34 722 441 860 50 124 12 743 1 443
5 Barbour County ------------------- 02 25 544 110 663 5 110 105 553 21 716 3 611 825
6 Bibb County ---------------------- 03 06 17 603 67 780 2 301 65 479 9 065 3 297 712
7 Blount County --------------------- 04 41 438 118 386 3 175 115 211 16 668 3 862 632
8 Bullock County -------------------- 02 11 221 47 856 1 062 46 794 11 582 1 819 230
9 Butler County --------------------- 02 21 930 93 409 2 522 90 887 18 254 2 538 305
10 Calhoun County ------------------- 03 116 872 817 299 333 497 483 802 63 614 226 921 209 899
11 Chambers County ----------------- 03 37 237 142 917 4 379 138 538 21 610 3 147 349
12 Cherokee County ------------------ 04 20 475 85 695 14 769 70 926 10 779 2 341 320
13 Chilton County -------------------- 03 34 197 120 086 4 669 115 417 15 911 3 448 354
14 Choctaw County------------------- 07 16 082 71 227 12 157 59 070 10 211 1 793 326
15 Clarke County--------------------- 01 07 28 130 114 117 6 859 107 258 22 071 4 803 1 507
16 Clay County ---------------------- 03 13 489 56 572 2 691 53 881 9 467 2 624 826
17 Cleburne County ------------------ 03 13 238 50 264 1 439 48 825 9 974 3 145 348
18 Coffee County -------------------- 02 42 005 331 981 186 991 144 990 23 264 13 504 8 242
19 Colbert County -------------------- 05 52 535 334 507 5 794 328 713 28 494 88 227 1 481
20 Conecuh County ------------------ 02 14 102 67 408 1 874 65 534 12 536 2 269 319
21 Coosa County--------------------- 03 11 510 44 038 3 121 40 917 8 239 1 823 350
22 Covington County ----------------- 02 36 997 174 882 12 912 161 970 26 698 6 647 1 628
23 Crenshaw County ----------------- 02 13 550 85 839 16 752 69 087 21 994 2 591 623
24 Cullman County ------------------- 04 71 580 269 555 9 846 259 709 36 474 10 235 2 417
25 Dale County ---------------------- 02 50 632 448 418 271 699 176 719 24 442 233 849 228 878
26 Dallas County --------------------- 07 48 063 241 689 12 034 229 655 45 972 7 887 2 201
27 De Kalb County ------------------- 04 57 488 203 909 5 586 198 323 39 962 7 794 1 032
28 Elmore County -------------------- 02 55 464 211 608 24 723 186 885 34 581 7 881 2 547
29 Escambia County------------------ 01 36 414 148 234 4 641 143 593 28 017 4 302 983
30 Etowah County -------------------- 04 100 427 450 412 18 482 431 930 70 595 16 602 4 564
31 Fayette County -------------------- 04 18 063 65 206 2 072 63 134 11 368 2 560 623
32 Franklin County ------------------- 04 29 024 123 216 2 775 120 441 19 120 3 834 –
33 Geneva County ------------------- 02 24 568 111 942 6 774 105 168 18 013 3 829 1 094
34 Greene County -------------------- 07 10 122 54 485 985 53 500 20 285 1 757 350
35 Hale County ---------------------- 07 16 188 71 552 2 415 69 137 15 146 2 865 627
36 Henry County --------------------- 02 15 725 66 222 4 479 61 743 11 871 2 790 950
37 Houston County ------------------- 02 83 865 338 604 22 919 315 685 56 526 14 866 1 322
38 Jackson County ------------------- 05 49 551 260 222 5 359 254 863 29 873 38 435 426
39 Jefferson County ------------------ 06 07 656 613 3 463 291 223 068 3 240 223 610 612 442 543 85 502
40 Lamar County --------------------- 04 15 736 64 532 3 212 61 320 8 739 3 054 1 151
41 Lauderdale County ---------------- 05 83 153 324 973 10 061 314 912 42 487 14 245 2 403
42 Lawrence County ------------------ 04 05 32 439 97 447 1 570 95 877 19 389 4 155 298

43 Lee County ----------------------- 03 91 935 295 917 29 577 266 340 73 879 22 325 7 936
44 Limestone County ----------------- 05 58 099 194 926 9 088 185 838 21 570 7 123 1 027
45 Lowndes County ------------------ 07 12 843 54 410 2 846 51 564 14 933 1 806 698
46 Macon County -------------------- 03 24 159 177 342 7 327 170 015 40 335 49 876 2 197
47 Madison County ------------------- 05 258 036 3 275 376 1 654 563 1 620 813 125 894 672 076 444 612

48 Marengo County ------------------ 07 23 524 89 119 3 010 86 109 17 732 4 340 1 488
49 Marion County -------------------- 04 30 231 122 172 12 812 109 360 19 183 4 188 1 581
50 Marshall County ------------------- 04 76 716 324 496 13 333 311 163 45 208 15 476 1 794
51 Mobile County -------------------- 01 396 465 1 755 682 175 140 1 580 542 285 314 146 499 45 432
52 Monroe County-------------------- 01 24 432 87 060 2 248 84 812 15 181 2 908 559

53 Montgomery County --------------- 02 07 218 239 2 139 668 659 871 1 479 797 713 032 489 634 380 888
54 Morgan County-------------------- 05 106 178 492 477 32 150 460 327 70 356 107 617 2 329
55 Perry County---------------------- 07 12 599 63 282 3 159 60 123 16 695 2 098 963
56 Pickens County ------------------- 04 07 20 938 91 575 2 562 89 013 18 221 3 317 1 082
57 Pike County ---------------------- 02 28 676 154 752 29 027 125 725 27 578 6 488 3 503

58 Randolph County ------------------ 03 20 312 94 790 12 457 82 333 12 451 2 386 257
59 Russell County -------------------- 03 51 596 203 670 17 762 185 908 31 684 4 632 726
60 St. Clair County ------------------- 03 55 930 169 280 6 868 162 412 23 388 5 590 1 086
61 Shelby County -------------------- 06 118 244 244 688 7 818 236 870 25 813 12 805 539
62 Sumter County -------------------- 07 16 382 67 747 1 833 65 914 17 730 2 403 792

63 Talladega County------------------ 03 75 964 360 042 28 899 331 143 57 760 26 554 1 611
64 Tallapoosa County----------------- 03 39 602 165 351 7 327 158 024 33 426 5 329 1 310
65 Tuscaloosa County ---------------- 06 07 157 091 646 705 37 414 609 291 132 207 62 943 8 421
66 Walker County -------------------- 04 69 179 325 797 7 871 317 926 51 203 10 372 1 732
67 Washington County ---------------- 01 17 180 63 197 1 300 61 897 12 322 1 851 159

68 Wilcox County -------------------- 07 13 782 70 128 1 638 68 490 19 547 3 322 1 184
69 Winston County ------------------- 04 23 129 99 406 3 109 96 297 16 845 4 774 1 212
70 State undistributed----------------- 1 159 829 – 1 159 829 157 590 – –

71 Alaska ----------------------------- 605 324 4 377 772 1 462 220 2 915 552 1 139 630 1 327 453 793 945
72 Aleutians West Census Ar ---------- 00 6 832 75 948 69 392 6 556 2 251 20 523 18 868
73 Anchorage City/Borough ----------- 00 253 649 1 692 851 732 608 960 243 304 161 732 109 467 992
74 Bethel Census Area --------------- 00 14 984 134 748 39 034 95 714 70 242 8 427 1 472
75 Bristol Bay Borough---------------- 00 1 416 23 924 10 295 13 629 8 087 2 347 –
76 Dillingham Census Area ------------ 00 4 370 18 796 155 18 641 9 122 2 973 –

77 Fairbanks~North Star Bor ----------- 00 85 418 686 795 425 320 261 475 94 581 328 272 287 468
78 Haines Borough ------------------- 00 2 179 10 935 1 568 9 367 3 949 609 –
79 Juneau city and Borough ----------- 00 28 758 344 981 2 754 342 227 229 824 51 938 836
80 Kenai Peninsula Borough ----------- 00 45 216 173 845 11 865 161 980 61 642 19 728 59
81 Ketchikan~Gateway Boro ----------- 00 14 361 82 250 1 537 80 713 11 126 18 998 68

82 Northwest Arctic Borough----------- 00 6 561 34 818 1 127 33 691 16 648 3 673 –


83 Kodiak Island Borough ------------- 00 14 963 116 868 10 071 106 797 11 844 48 439 584
84 Matanuska~Susitna Boro ----------- 00 48 684 151 786 9 292 142 494 56 298 6 420 466
85 Nome Census Area ---------------- 00 8 800 57 895 4 964 52 931 35 835 5 919 876
86 North Slope Borough--------------- 00 6 794 36 621 8 501 28 120 8 284 2 463 156

See footnotes at end of table.


County Area 3

Fiscal Year 1996

Direct Federal expenditures or obligationsmCon. Other Federal assistance

Direct payments for individuals Procurement contract awards


Other Federal
Retirement and Department of expenditures or Guaranteed loans and
Total disability All other Total Defense obligations Direct loans insurance

760 958 495 468 439 262 292 519 233 200 543 114 128 628 822 25 521 629 20 342 047 528 495 570 1
13 751 879 8 699 160 5 052 719 2 936 599 1 838 999 290 981 350 689 3 980 636 2
107 361 81 595 25 766 856 28 1 522 1 108 24 622 3
393 175 285 316 107 859 3 507 579 17 033 7 723 1 343 147 4
83 473 49 820 33 653 744 115 1 119 567 15 444 5
54 536 34 648 19 888 661 – 221 397 1 709 6
96 762 60 965 35 797 693 56 400 471 8 968 7
32 901 20 241 12 660 270 – 1 285 1 157 799 8
71 488 44 253 27 235 597 26 532 1 517 11 017 9
442 857 324 901 117 956 83 046 77 359 861 1 116 40 644 10
116 695 77 899 38 796 705 29 760 664 5 157 11
58 122 38 360 19 762 13 258 12 506 1 193 161 8 210 12
98 759 61 984 36 775 1 367 378 600 517 5 186 13
47 815 30 194 17 621 11 249 10 900 158 2 804 2 540 14
83 096 53 329 29 767 3 945 3 414 202 867 1 891 15
43 932 29 404 14 528 315 – 235 84 332 16
36 341 25 662 10 679 654 65 149 76 1 026 17
146 674 105 563 41 111 147 224 145 243 1 316 3 054 70 648 18
185 895 130 544 55 351 30 478 654 1 413 1 284 19 876 19
51 272 30 435 20 837 462 – 870 339 2 203 20
32 395 23 127 9 268 1 411 1 010 170 195 1 080 21
134 819 88 012 46 807 5 025 3 989 1 693 9 898 109 511 22
45 832 30 160 15 672 14 547 14 119 875 893 3 317 23
219 916 146 794 73 122 1 820 53 1 111 1 736 15 402 24
180 206 131 481 48 725 9 194 7 803 726 2 279 30 684 25
175 228 108 410 66 818 9 681 3 484 2 920 1 220 20 994 26
153 022 102 189 50 833 2 027 91 1 104 2 498 10 231 27
165 951 123 879 42 072 1 247 52 1 947 1 165 38 555 28
111 279 71 554 39 725 3 246 – 1 389 2 341 19 332 29
350 136 229 012 121 124 12 317 3 410 762 284 25 301 30
50 440 33 372 17 068 462 – 375 455 1 016 31
97 262 62 686 34 576 2 484 1 337 515 222 7 414 32
86 777 57 721 29 056 743 123 2 580 1 826 39 037 33
31 242 19 286 11 956 315 – 886 390 1 941 34
51 349 31 475 19 874 844 427 1 349 2 705 3 850 35
50 388 33 807 16 581 497 100 675 328 26 348 36
236 766 166 242 70 524 29 069 9 587 1 377 1 244 56 704 37
148 574 101 955 46 619 42 445 – 897 1 588 13 095 38
2 194 185 1 412 138 782 047 207 124 83 578 8 826 2 626 363 869 39
49 086 32 926 16 160 3 323 464 329 495 1 069 40
263 117 185 210 77 907 3 630 352 1 494 2 058 19 869 41
70 680 46 013 24 667 596 – 2 627 1 044 16 342 42

192 829 131 267 61 562 5 997 2 315 887 1 453 21 636 43
137 970 95 824 42 146 26 038 1 547 2 225 7 069 29 531 44
34 386 22 417 11 969 1 296 1 071 1 988 421 3 484 45
81 992 51 933 30 059 3 910 944 1 230 1 518 5 961 46
729 570 565 358 164 212 1 744 538 1 101 797 3 298 25 931 266 384 47

64 959 38 960 25 999 642 135 1 446 1 150 3 147 48


88 187 56 987 31 200 10 032 9 386 582 200 1 539 49
249 092 169 705 79 387 13 883 536 836 7 040 13 094 50
1 190 915 749 371 441 544 129 135 87 848 3 819 5 765 690 248 51
67 509 41 994 25 515 558 – 905 349 7 893 52

729 482 519 316 210 166 203 491 166 492 4 029 3 654 199 878 53
291 094 201 923 89 171 22 626 17 928 784 827 61 731 54
41 521 23 627 17 894 1 043 655 1 925 64 552 55
69 044 42 416 26 628 121 ~395 872 765 5 036 56
97 611 57 038 40 573 22 172 21 465 903 731 15 624 57

65 652 42 488 23 164 13 928 9 953 374 376 1 103 58


165 440 117 751 47 689 990 29 924 447 24 891 59
138 861 92 663 46 198 1 164 83 278 348 16 985 60
189 142 124 317 64 825 15 818 318 1 109 562 72 745 61
45 944 27 405 18 539 394 – 1 276 441 864 62

247 971 162 214 85 757 26 649 20 127 1 109 879 28 433 63
124 048 81 627 42 421 2 043 84 504 1 388 2 918 64
417 447 268 515 148 932 32 927 15 365 1 182 320 77 395 65
260 467 171 711 88 756 3 297 248 458 578 8 959 66
48 375 32 311 16 064 439 – 208 820 1 160 67

45 931 29 662 16 269 269 ~292 1 059 147 1 519 68


76 412 47 125 29 287 1 119 29 256 3 350 1 118 69
810 221 10 671 799 550 – – 192 019 222 700 28 432 70

1 054 171 640 896 413 275 803 901 565 149 52 618 30 390 744 554 71
1 709 1 154 555 51 437 50 407 26 – 23 72
366 208 268 680 97 528 287 476 217 275 2 896 1 950 422 775 73
29 126 19 367 9 759 26 791 24 317 163 1 500 18 455 74
3 099 2 350 749 10 371 10 114 20 – 800 75
5 922 4 613 1 309 697 67 82 159 1 615 76

116 748 85 135 31 613 146 649 119 747 545 1 459 117 629 77
4 618 3 352 1 266 1 748 1 511 12 55 475 78
49 140 34 220 14 920 10 967 659 3 112 204 74 837 79
80 434 56 387 24 047 10 839 4 678 1 202 8 425 19 887 80
23 570 16 158 7 412 15 166 760 13 390 403 14 643 81

8 723 3 407 5 316 5 690 1 012 84 36 1 940 82


11 288 6 999 4 289 45 207 8 623 88 163 3 007 83
80 602 57 731 22 871 8 223 ~189 243 15 432 28 692 84
10 709 6 370 4 339 5 316 3 801 116 – 2 876 85
5 498 4 298 1 200 20 335 7 847 40 – 36 86
4 Consolidated Federal Funds Report

Federal Government Expenditures or Obligations by State and County Area:


[Thousand dollars]

Direct Federal expenditures or obligations

Congressional Total direct expenditures or obligations Salaries and wages


State and county area district United States
resident Department of All other Department of
population1 Total Defense agencies Grant awards Total Defense

AlaskamCon.
1 Prince of Wales Area -------------- 00 6 941 30 191 536 29 655 8 861 4 580 –
2 Sitka city and Borough ------------- 00 8 780 50 446 1 492 48 954 4 707 17 795 –
3 Skagway~Hoonah~Angoon ---------- 00 3 790 17 231 446 16 785 5 048 4 352 146
4 Southeast Fairbanks Area ---------- 00 5 840 44 636 20 599 24 037 11 722 15 289 12 651
5 Valdez~Cordova Area -------------- 00 10 364 69 955 25 781 44 174 17 188 8 495 –
6 Wade Hampton Census Area ------- 00 6 446 34 740 1 064 33 676 21 940 1 978 –
7 Wrangell~Petersburg Area ---------- 00 7 171 55 027 1 235 53 792 4 480 7 989 –
8 Yukon~Koyukuk Area -------------- 00 6 360 87 619 45 845 41 774 20 597 5 878 28
9 Aleutians East Borough ------------ 00 2 264 26 300 15 911 10 389 4 332 965 –
10 Lake and Peninsula Boro ----------- 00 1 750 5 886 40 5 846 1 005 967 –
11 Denali Borough ------------------- 00 1 923 24 840 20 699 4 141 100 5 663 2 195
12 Yakutat city borough are------------ 00 710 1 807 – 1 807 412 582 –
13 State undistributed----------------- 286 035 90 285 945 115 345 80 80
14 Arizona ---------------------------- 4 075 088 21 951 337 4 835 688 17 115 649 3 395 691 2 523 183 1 091 725
15 Apache County-------------------- 06 65 512 388 169 2 267 385 902 168 838 70 443 29
16 Cochise County ------------------- 05 106 915 951 525 541 030 410 495 58 657 291 763 265 208
17 Coconino County ------------------ 03 06 108 276 449 390 16 352 433 038 100 847 95 990 4 519
18 Gila County ----------------------- 06 44 620 276 070 5 796 270 274 52 589 16 460 8
19 Graham County ------------------- 05 06 28 876 117 570 4 209 113 361 23 600 15 669 249
20 Greenlee County ------------------ 06 9 034 23 044 623 22 421 3 369 1 299 –
21 Maricopa County ------------------ 2 2 346 640 11 021 024 2 174 891 8 846 133 1 754 297 1 072 445 331 222
22 Mohave County ------------------- 03 116 178 604 600 21 386 583 214 94 238 19 021 11
23 Navajo County -------------------- 03 06 85 983 385 161 9 478 375 683 110 399 63 491 235
24 Pima County ---------------------- 02 05 731 524 4 754 907 1 767 365 2 987 542 575 139 583 742 346 052
25 Pinal County ---------------------- 02 05 06 126 743 566 933 15 067 551 866 102 148 33 440 637
26 Santa Cruz County ---------------- 02 35 107 123 319 3 165 120 154 27 603 25 612 169
27 Yavapai County ------------------- 03 127 844 634 584 31 749 602 835 60 827 45 172 691
28 Yuma County --------------------- 02 127 680 689 846 199 703 490 143 92 784 183 814 142 695
29 La Paz County -------------------- 03 14 156 103 256 42 608 60 648 15 103 4 823 –
30 State undistributed----------------- 861 941 – 861 941 155 252 – –
31 Arkansas--------------------------- 2 452 660 12 164 019 994 897 11 169 122 2 203 342 1 037 424 367 739
32 Arkansas County ------------------ 01 21 153 115 666 4 944 110 722 13 123 6 740 1 076
33 Ashley County -------------------- 04 24 698 101 977 1 428 100 549 16 645 3 618 199
34 Baxter County--------------------- 03 34 648 194 337 10 963 183 374 14 057 7 117 2 162
35 Benton County -------------------- 03 115 268 410 935 28 711 382 224 35 514 16 807 1 933
36 Boone County--------------------- 03 30 736 178 024 10 331 167 693 55 092 10 156 1 642
37 Bradley County-------------------- 04 11 640 65 510 1 965 63 545 18 416 1 882 673
38 Calhoun County ------------------- 04 5 831 26 653 6 465 20 188 4 952 552 –
39 Carroll County -------------------- 03 21 323 78 764 5 075 73 689 7 958 5 309 1 248
40 Chicot County --------------------- 04 15 528 83 094 7 068 76 026 15 578 1 909 404
41 Clark County ---------------------- 04 22 128 99 500 4 557 94 943 21 523 4 725 1 753
42 Clay County ---------------------- 01 17 733 89 805 1 600 88 205 10 260 3 104 296
43 Cleburne County ------------------ 01 21 338 102 470 8 438 94 032 8 828 4 056 1 000
44 Cleveland County ----------------- 04 8 011 35 087 623 34 464 10 840 783 –
45 Columbia County ------------------ 04 25 711 116 415 10 268 106 147 19 344 3 024 496
46 Conway County ------------------- 02 19 433 86 906 2 812 84 094 13 081 3 197 584

47 Craighead County ----------------- 01 73 383 282 228 13 141 269 087 61 820 20 152 2 303
48 Crawford County ------------------ 03 46 494 168 093 6 647 161 446 32 253 4 516 307
49 Crittenden County ----------------- 01 49 935 167 241 4 170 163 071 32 375 5 641 863
50 Cross County --------------------- 01 19 071 101 885 18 826 83 059 16 972 2 890 832
51 Dallas County --------------------- 04 9 482 47 047 975 46 072 11 428 1 381 241

52 Desha County--------------------- 04 15 916 85 586 4 952 80 634 14 826 5 565 458


53 Drew County ---------------------- 04 17 618 84 847 3 161 81 686 17 564 3 324 366
54 Faulkner County------------------- 02 69 331 242 482 11 387 231 095 71 261 8 250 1 392
55 Franklin County ------------------- 03 15 686 80 801 18 467 62 334 7 176 7 746 3 033
56 Fulton County --------------------- 01 10 427 45 866 1 165 44 701 5 424 1 534 –

57 Garland County ------------------- 04 79 777 468 002 28 927 439 075 41 467 23 461 4 009
58 Grant County --------------------- 04 14 830 44 665 1 811 42 854 5 864 1 723 248
59 Greene County -------------------- 01 34 003 121 088 3 562 117 526 14 849 4 096 497
60 Hempstead County ---------------- 04 22 117 89 301 2 184 87 117 15 860 4 259 232
61 Hot Spring County ----------------- 04 27 463 109 227 4 310 104 917 13 183 3 715 1 010

62 Howard County ------------------- 04 13 675 58 571 1 276 57 295 11 855 2 571 245
63 Independence County -------------- 01 32 348 133 828 6 979 126 849 21 078 7 651 395
64 Izard County ---------------------- 01 12 348 64 648 2 113 62 535 10 305 1 667 –
65 Jackson County ------------------- 01 18 788 103 806 1 758 102 048 15 296 2 678 425
66 Jefferson County ------------------ 04 84 032 444 063 56 853 387 210 76 791 62 550 34 659

67 Johnson County ------------------- 03 19 859 77 215 3 576 73 639 9 313 4 238 351
68 Lafayette County ------------------ 04 9 282 48 000 7 939 40 061 7 250 1 348 –
69 Lawrence County ------------------ 01 17 448 100 167 2 291 97 876 20 700 3 635 544
70 Lee County ----------------------- 01 12 824 62 573 2 134 60 439 15 614 2 267 426
71 Lincoln County -------------------- 04 14 031 47 466 734 46 732 9 269 1 191 –

72 Little River County ----------------- 04 13 520 53 044 2 467 50 577 7 214 1 827 354
73 Logan County --------------------- 03 20 949 96 107 3 860 92 247 18 961 6 217 966
74 Lonoke County -------------------- 01 44 117 165 830 15 508 150 322 24 284 5 071 389
75 Madison County ------------------- 03 12 923 41 001 1 900 39 101 4 475 2 200 69
76 Marion County -------------------- 03 13 212 58 975 3 714 55 261 5 779 1 346 –

77 Miller County---------------------- 04 39 068 161 099 3 726 157 373 38 278 2 321 906
78 Mississippi County ----------------- 01 51 099 213 626 12 080 201 546 42 066 6 159 220
79 Monroe County-------------------- 01 10 683 59 656 722 58 934 12 586 1 824 215
80 Montgomery County --------------- 04 8 184 36 584 1 372 35 212 3 943 2 431 –
81 Nevada County ------------------- 04 10 134 45 219 1 471 43 748 8 806 1 952 387

82 Newton County-------------------- 03 7 904 30 388 1 082 29 306 5 155 1 892 –


83 Ouachita County ------------------ 04 29 052 191 958 64 437 127 521 20 267 6 399 1 778
84 Perry County---------------------- 02 8 642 36 948 1 563 35 385 4 766 1 930 200
85 Phillips County -------------------- 01 28 253 143 284 2 938 140 346 34 375 3 537 162
86 Pike County ---------------------- 04 10 080 40 726 1 696 39 030 5 256 2 743 736

See footnotes at end of table.


County Area 5

Fiscal Year 1996mCon.

Direct Federal expenditures or obligationsmCon. Other Federal assistance

Direct payments for individuals Procurement contract awards


Other Federal
Retirement and Department of expenditures or Guaranteed loans and
Total disability All other Total Defense obligations Direct loans insurance

5 601 4 325 1 276 11 119 460 30 – 1 245 1


15 709 10 998 4 711 4 188 1 223 8 046 – 12 674 2
4 558 4 302 256 3 222 183 50 – 1 042 3
10 240 7 963 2 277 7 314 6 156 71 – 1 233 4
12 732 8 402 4 330 31 460 25 087 81 25 8 722 5
9 436 3 500 5 936 1 313 908 72 – 389 6
12 807 8 682 4 125 11 019 996 18 732 – 4 279 7
10 815 7 795 3 020 50 148 45 238 181 381 4 532 8
3 722 3 212 510 17 254 15 869 26 – 4 9
3 209 1 458 1 751 662 – 42 – – 10
584 583 1 18 479 18 400 14 – – 11
– – – 809 – 4 – – 12
167 363 9 455 157 908 – – 3 248 200 2 743 13
12 383 572 8 162 613 4 220 959 3 485 395 2 921 102 163 497 269 013 4 749 868 14
124 223 82 337 41 886 24 274 165 391 6 724 7 754 15
390 858 300 468 90 390 208 027 202 773 2 218 2 811 77 102 16
222 116 154 464 67 652 29 651 1 383 786 1 130 56 936 17
180 525 125 263 55 262 26 318 – 179 951 28 509 18
73 860 49 580 24 280 3 375 1 822 1 066 2 120 22 491 19
17 779 12 878 4 901 463 174 134 – 5 384 20
6 427 942 4 346 610 2 081 332 1 739 964 1 437 621 26 376 12 126 3 222 824 21
485 567 344 743 140 824 5 011 923 762 26 840 182 441 22
194 562 139 244 55 318 16 064 2 569 646 8 055 37 561 23
2 288 268 1 609 322 678 946 1 303 320 1 200 706 4 437 3 712 630 804 24
399 193 262 451 136 742 24 570 1 259 7 582 9 855 195 283 25
66 885 46 810 20 075 3 108 740 110 4 376 28 805 26
513 373 399 155 114 218 14 409 1 508 804 7 785 104 502 27
368 049 247 506 120 543 43 522 28 677 1 677 7 660 84 195 28
39 037 36 462 2 575 43 320 40 782 971 469 22 146 29
591 331 5 319 586 012 – – 115 358 174 400 43 134 30
8 108 779 5 236 641 2 872 138 453 019 249 336 361 455 366 531 1 987 466 31
66 850 43 076 23 774 13 772 2 378 15 180 93 939 25 703 32
74 523 48 294 26 229 626 – 6 565 16 017 22 856 33
171 185 128 117 43 068 1 408 271 569 456 14 161 34
347 767 267 228 80 539 10 027 5 430 819 11 321 83 386 35
104 967 75 464 29 503 5 513 3 721 2 297 1 434 11 951 36
43 233 27 875 15 358 281 – 1 698 52 5 411 37
14 733 10 602 4 131 6 283 6 090 133 45 193 38
63 440 46 318 17 122 901 270 1 157 1 907 2 500 39
50 465 30 481 19 984 6 324 5 984 8 818 13 962 35 421 40
71 520 45 512 26 008 686 – 1 047 285 9 113 41
65 116 44 072 21 044 653 34 10 672 6 919 12 833 42
87 706 63 744 23 962 1 252 569 628 632 8 351 43
23 135 16 066 7 069 230 – 98 – 412 44
85 917 57 267 28 650 7 991 7 369 139 60 2 357 45
68 896 48 159 20 737 727 102 1 005 578 7 346 46

181 703 124 325 57 378 7 219 3 760 11 333 13 223 88 961 47
129 169 91 748 37 421 1 753 215 401 11 876 24 228 48
121 885 76 141 45 744 1 941 980 5 400 5 324 107 629 49
53 058 35 199 17 859 17 390 16 938 11 574 9 722 23 583 50
33 758 21 616 12 142 308 30 171 14 635 51

49 142 29 252 19 890 4 179 3 819 11 874 1 610 38 309 52


55 181 30 498 24 683 4 051 1 367 4 727 1 966 14 457 53
158 561 111 414 47 147 2 070 491 2 339 3 371 54 226 54
51 605 36 695 14 910 14 056 13 473 218 1 642 3 490 55
37 867 27 044 10 823 313 – 728 10 901 56

379 693 266 381 113 312 22 933 4 342 447 1 557 48 590 57
36 562 26 924 9 638 404 53 111 483 4 372 58
93 127 65 587 27 540 845 29 8 172 9 857 36 711 59
66 523 41 061 25 462 764 246 1 896 148 3 873 60
90 907 61 680 29 227 1 027 – 395 319 8 637 61

43 605 28 110 15 495 365 16 175 1 286 2 795 62


96 680 67 087 29 593 6 203 2 558 2 216 4 260 22 172 63
51 620 37 708 13 912 423 42 633 1 317 1 192 64
73 023 38 732 34 291 738 243 12 071 7 602 24 669 65
263 162 177 759 85 403 31 760 15 757 9 799 5 512 58 998 66

62 524 44 828 17 696 966 444 173 2 309 8 838 67


29 918 18 186 11 732 8 221 7 466 1 263 982 5 462 68
65 394 42 641 22 753 685 – 9 753 14 251 17 205 69
36 821 22 338 14 483 1 508 1 159 6 363 2 811 11 761 70
30 339 20 105 10 234 415 134 6 252 4 291 11 138 71

41 154 28 583 12 571 1 978 633 872 237 3 949 72


69 678 50 749 18 929 607 – 644 1 856 5 536 73
122 818 86 876 35 942 1 525 111 12 132 11 611 43 952 74
33 297 24 338 8 959 880 520 148 118 3 885 75
50 946 38 481 12 465 352 116 553 773 1 720 76

115 879 69 162 46 717 2 460 2 040 2 161 1 663 24 979 77


147 099 99 415 47 684 6 154 4 161 12 149 3 168 49 369 78
36 578 23 167 13 411 355 – 8 313 3 374 21 808 79
29 327 20 835 8 492 846 – 38 150 3 789 80
33 490 20 844 12 646 568 167 402 411 976 81

22 406 16 447 5 959 441 202 494 885 909 82


104 212 70 769 33 443 60 849 59 601 231 375 7 705 83
29 179 20 882 8 297 530 27 543 50 3 234 84
94 259 57 766 36 493 2 568 1 693 8 546 3 681 47 402 85
32 188 21 945 10 243 303 33 236 72 1 106 86
6 Consolidated Federal Funds Report

Federal Government Expenditures or Obligations by State and County Area:


[Thousand dollars]

Direct Federal expenditures or obligations

Congressional Total direct expenditures or obligations Salaries and wages


State and county area district United States
resident Department of All other Department of
population1 Total Defense agencies Grant awards Total Defense

ArkansasmCon.
1 Poinsett County ------------------- 01 24 425 115 392 2 614 112 778 16 651 3 425 448
2 Polk County ---------------------- 03 18 434 86 901 4 372 82 529 13 000 4 114 263
3 Pope County ---------------------- 03 50 204 185 453 10 025 175 428 31 104 13 944 3 161
4 Prairie County--------------------- 01 9 225 47 926 1 320 46 606 4 975 2 183 661
5 Pulaski County -------------------- 02 352 952 2 397 896 409 080 1 988 816 639 222 551 073 256 090
6 Randolph County ------------------ 01 17 286 70 444 1 662 68 782 11 208 1 588 –
7 St. Francis County ----------------- 01 28 104 125 042 1 638 123 404 21 679 4 611 266
8 Saline County --------------------- 02 71 143 188 213 5 347 182 866 49 245 4 595 538
9 Scott County ---------------------- 03 10 551 44 296 1 517 42 779 7 968 2 858 –
10 Searcy County -------------------- 01 7 603 38 078 1 591 36 487 6 298 1 935 425
11 Sebastian County ----------------- 03 103 373 431 576 49 953 381 623 53 744 53 509 25 548
12 Sevier County --------------------- 04 14 420 59 839 2 418 57 421 13 348 3 103 310
13 Sharp County --------------------- 01 15 816 89 417 3 064 86 353 11 531 2 404 –
14 Stone County --------------------- 01 10 590 47 094 1 620 45 474 6 656 2 197 –
15 Union County --------------------- 04 46 290 193 374 4 932 188 442 29 825 9 151 1 585
16 Van Buren County ----------------- 02 14 636 73 824 3 524 70 300 8 136 2 208 –
17 Washington County ---------------- 03 127 201 465 532 37 433 428 099 94 018 49 185 2 969
18 White County --------------------- 02 59 454 231 415 10 052 221 363 34 574 8 060 1 130
19 Woodruff County ------------------ 01 9 276 54 767 1 370 53 397 7 681 1 734 161
20 Yell County ----------------------- 02 18 510 88 501 8 242 80 259 10 519 6 669 1 500
21 State undistributed----------------- 690 754 – 690 754 70 747 – –
22 California -------------------------- 31 430 901 157 630 855 33 086 347 124 544 508 28 965 425 18 037 723 9 188 974
23 Alameda County ------------------ 09 10 13 1 319 480 7 393 962 761 831 6 632 131 1 283 607 1 066 239 459 327
24 Alpine County --------------------- 04 1 192 6 588 66 6 522 2 046 202 –
25 Amador County ------------------- 04 32 799 137 429 4 613 132 816 18 982 3 811 –
26 Butte County ---------------------- 02 03 192 253 833 341 20 925 812 416 134 214 23 740 1 284
27 Calaveras County ----------------- 04 37 146 153 055 7 256 145 799 15 994 4 865 312
28 Colusa County -------------------- 03 17 239 91 551 1 077 90 474 16 654 2 810 76
29 Contra Costa County--------------- 07 10 862 935 2 985 009 249 484 2 735 525 363 705 326 435 86 868
30 Del Norte County ------------------ 01 26 867 107 419 2 573 104 846 21 716 6 335 –
31 El Dorado County ----------------- 04 144 842 453 375 20 980 432 395 46 364 28 207 139
32 Fresno County -------------------- 18 19 20 729 736 2 673 562 81 878 2 591 684 612 320 372 017 31 923
33 Glenn County --------------------- 03 25 788 122 564 5 712 116 852 22 514 10 548 462
34 Humboldt County ------------------ 01 121 749 515 943 12 333 503 610 110 432 42 300 737
35 Imperial County ------------------- 52 137 053 522 555 41 977 480 578 131 782 60 772 12 461
36 Inyo County----------------------- 40 18 434 161 727 63 500 98 227 20 599 11 175 –
37 Kern County ---------------------- 20 21 609 333 3 116 140 915 522 2 200 618 462 827 669 364 548 254
38 Kings County --------------------- 20 110 091 550 568 248 354 302 214 94 131 179 523 171 494
39 Lake County ---------------------- 01 55 766 321 565 6 662 314 903 61 263 6 980 145
40 Lassen County -------------------- 02 28 079 153 832 41 698 112 134 22 086 36 757 25 184
41 Los Angeles County --------------- 2 9 149 811 40 885 530 8 198 239 32 687 291 7 699 848 3 038 351 550 297
42 Madera County-------------------- 18 19 104 925 351 859 8 360 343 499 75 257 11 623 1 022
43 Marin County --------------------- 06 235 037 880 954 62 759 818 195 144 755 54 525 8 748
44 Mariposa County ------------------ 19 15 637 101 005 21 604 79 401 8 511 17 562 111
45 Mendocino County----------------- 01 81 895 348 899 8 884 340 015 82 591 13 910 1 597
46 Merced County -------------------- 18 196 850 667 667 65 457 602 210 188 770 20 613 1 889
47 Modoc County -------------------- 02 9 672 52 837 1 730 51 107 10 196 9 855 864
48 Mono County --------------------- 04 10 393 39 645 9 480 30 165 13 627 10 701 7 027
49 Monterey County ------------------ 17 351 927 1 649 281 549 621 1 099 660 229 454 376 016 319 888
50 Napa County---------------------- 01 114 969 489 217 16 185 473 032 73 445 14 572 302
51 Nevada County ------------------- 02 85 832 391 339 80 589 310 750 30 202 19 010 3 643
52 Orange County -------------------- 2 2 543 168 11 242 638 4 094 691 7 147 947 1 245 319 924 263 356 920
53 Placer County --------------------- 04 198 485 684 503 57 561 626 942 83 126 31 604 7 208
54 Plumas County -------------------- 02 20 511 108 761 2 088 106 673 17 762 12 681 41
55 Riverside County ------------------ 43 44 48 1 352 932 4 723 683 419 635 4 304 048 661 468 344 425 153 110
56 Sacramento County---------------- 03 04 05 11 1 098 148 10 579 699 1 479 310 9 100 389 5 655 471 865 412 550 983
57 San Benito County----------------- 17 40 995 120 057 18 057 102 000 22 055 5 400 413
58 San Bernardino County ------------ 40 41 42 1 553 625 5 498 127 1 049 895 4 448 232 964 007 764 897 474 569
59 San Diego County ----------------- 2 2 632 078 16 706 049 7 518 800 9 187 249 1 959 794 4 424 479 3 658 889
60 San Francisco City/Co. ------------- 08 12 734 676 4 987 602 368 673 4 618 929 1 198 197 988 757 64 246
61 San Joaquin County --------------- 11 18 518 168 1 952 079 216 375 1 735 704 439 418 229 847 147 128
62 San Luis Obispo County ------------ 22 223 710 788 543 53 525 735 018 111 536 33 841 10 067
63 San Mateo County ----------------- 12 14 676 237 2 463 882 237 393 2 226 489 338 828 260 508 27 690
64 Santa Barbara County ------------- 22 23 380 494 2 030 339 724 064 1 306 275 229 269 274 057 168 982
65 Santa Clara County ---------------- 13 14 15 16 1 557 233 8 538 212 3 003 348 5 534 864 1 291 482 640 954 129 641
66 Santa Cruz County ---------------- 15 17 234 972 740 299 29 194 711 105 154 446 25 546 597
67 Shasta County -------------------- 02 160 021 786 465 16 981 769 484 143 607 49 916 359
68 Sierra County --------------------- 02 3 352 22 504 238 22 266 7 087 2 255 –
69 Siskiyou County ------------------- 02 43 928 228 545 6 043 222 502 35 198 25 836 411
70 Solano County -------------------- 01 03 07 367 585 1 876 019 891 608 984 411 108 834 579 641 529 488
71 Sonoma County ------------------- 01 06 410 192 1 527 025 66 270 1 460 755 253 555 105 146 3 744
72 Stanislaus County ----------------- 18 406 764 1 338 575 39 841 1 298 734 289 983 37 534 1 542
73 Sutter County --------------------- 03 73 171 275 197 19 068 256 129 46 493 7 737 101
74 Tehama County ------------------- 03 52 876 213 417 5 510 207 907 36 896 9 414 389
75 Trinity County --------------------- 02 13 482 77 631 1 903 75 728 15 802 6 763 –
76 Tulare County --------------------- 19 20 21 343 257 1 174 068 19 332 1 154 736 388 025 48 656 1 383
77 Tuolumne County ----------------- 04 51 933 225 008 5 921 219 087 25 888 17 311 30

78 Ventura County ------------------- 23 24 702 741 3 036 395 1 036 401 1 999 994 414 880 638 169 543 019
79 Yolo County ---------------------- 03 146 422 689 001 54 178 634 823 188 165 109 020 3 483
80 Yuba County ---------------------- 02 62 015 384 894 141 097 243 797 56 487 134 837 120 489
81 State undistributed----------------- 8 453 220 – 8 453 220 584 451 – –

82 Colorado --------------------------- 3 655 714 20 011 298 5 109 198 14 902 100 2 708 894 3 234 543 1 318 474
83 Adams County -------------------- 01 02 04 294 083 1 040 776 183 797 856 979 115 053 193 611 86 451
84 Alamosa County------------------- 03 14 138 53 317 1 080 52 237 15 480 5 810 –
85 Arapahoe County ------------------ 01 04 05 06 443 327 1 481 058 412 476 1 068 582 119 673 162 563 73 874
86 Archuleta County ------------------ 03 6 523 23 387 1 570 21 817 3 276 1 930 –
87 Baca County ---------------------- 04 4 342 35 532 225 35 307 5 420 1 310 –

See footnotes at end of table.


County Area 7

Fiscal Year 1996mCon.

Direct Federal expenditures or obligationsmCon. Other Federal assistance

Direct payments for individuals Procurement contract awards


Other Federal
Retirement and Department of expenditures or Guaranteed loans and
Total disability All other Total Defense obligations Direct loans insurance

77 345 50 195 27 150 1 145 481 16 827 19 434 40 752 1


68 517 48 235 20 282 1 176 71 93 842 3 356 2
128 518 91 887 36 631 11 154 580 733 4 219 22 837 3
28 793 18 130 10 663 281 – 11 694 2 092 13 850 4
1 091 200 770 998 320 202 108 433 45 554 7 968 3 232 346 882 5
53 372 37 147 16 225 381 – 3 895 4 357 6 976 6
86 585 53 718 32 867 4 836 33 7 332 2 776 23 660 7
131 579 92 469 39 110 2 526 27 268 359 34 835 8
32 695 23 197 9 498 651 113 124 682 2 622 9
28 574 20 950 7 624 237 – 1 034 388 1 079 10
303 407 215 539 87 868 19 868 8 127 1 048 10 217 70 489 11
42 448 28 457 13 991 811 462 128 4 608 4 285 12
74 688 54 056 20 632 641 120 153 689 4 799 13
37 464 26 382 11 082 253 – 525 178 738 14
152 286 103 706 48 580 1 868 400 245 65 16 911 15
62 531 46 234 16 297 454 71 496 210 5 007 16
301 042 218 289 82 753 20 240 13 034 1 047 2 811 95 385 17
177 927 124 372 53 555 1 751 221 9 103 2 418 24 442 18
33 885 19 234 14 651 944 639 10 522 5 280 18 156 19
62 787 45 259 17 528 7 741 4 319 785 997 7 143 20
539 344 2 594 536 750 – – 80 663 18 900 158 118 21
81 135 681 45 601 013 35 534 668 27 723 583 19 971 914 1 768 443 2 016 871 49 065 564 22
3 309 581 2 005 434 1 304 147 1 660 418 180 587 74 117 57 081 516 420 23
4 285 3 367 918 34 – 21 – 549 24
112 937 75 519 37 418 1 531 210 168 353 27 288 25
634 398 409 696 224 702 22 889 85 18 100 25 197 241 419 26
128 722 88 491 40 231 3 290 1 986 184 842 18 244 27
44 141 26 960 17 181 2 763 319 25 182 40 586 78 036 28
2 135 656 1 340 937 794 719 151 269 82 550 7 944 6 289 870 980 29
76 787 50 737 26 050 2 488 525 93 7 831 12 862 30
371 165 250 465 120 700 6 882 345 758 8 038 144 720 31
1 573 518 1 013 745 559 773 94 567 12 266 21 140 9 105 1 444 476 32
68 605 43 469 25 136 5 126 3 893 15 770 26 016 70 896 33
346 636 223 528 123 108 14 283 4 169 2 291 2 675 96 260 34
292 738 173 298 119 440 35 019 23 839 2 245 6 198 54 892 35
67 055 47 750 19 305 62 797 56 643 101 251 5 829 36
1 439 491 894 945 544 546 528 425 321 816 16 033 181 109 1 191 714 37
214 130 137 936 76 194 55 482 53 943 7 303 4 353 136 990 38
247 456 154 715 92 741 5 129 206 738 2 942 150 808 39
76 246 53 261 22 985 18 188 13 228 555 7 971 21 994 40
19 830 919 10 500 708 9 330 211 10 233 411 7 222 700 83 001 512 302 6 739 976 41
250 037 162 873 87 164 10 953 387 3 989 3 426 274 235 42
640 664 422 277 218 387 37 483 13 207 3 528 2 272 847 406 43
52 949 35 994 16 955 21 912 18 962 71 2 731 2 047 44
244 448 155 476 88 972 7 402 1 429 548 3 418 75 608 45
430 923 282 033 148 890 20 560 16 536 6 801 6 493 568 156 46
29 571 20 441 9 130 2 599 201 616 779 4 501 47
13 352 9 834 3 518 1 872 1 494 92 232 7 621 48
892 803 607 103 285 700 143 899 129 782 7 109 20 387 330 519 49
395 892 247 086 148 806 3 791 462 1 516 1 078 306 388 50
268 594 191 339 77 255 73 160 59 581 372 1 659 41 416 51
5 256 473 3 166 975 2 089 498 3 797 491 3 466 137 19 092 7 471 8 090 590 52
544 157 400 657 143 500 22 321 11 635 3 295 8 390 312 630 53
73 074 48 834 24 240 5 067 502 177 1 181 15 125 54
3 565 821 2 234 364 1 331 457 145 146 83 534 6 824 35 330 2 189 343 55
3 229 963 2 217 608 1 012 355 811 691 665 985 17 162 67 359 8 650 210 56
72 888 46 218 26 670 19 200 15 506 514 4 948 28 166 57
3 278 075 2 044 702 1 233 373 482 569 374 962 8 579 17 305 2 098 175 58
7 046 548 4 661 699 2 384 849 3 259 045 2 788 566 16 184 3 537 1 873 872 59
2 192 742 1 264 965 927 777 585 890 279 482 22 016 14 582 83 769 60
1 211 326 796 177 415 149 64 408 36 797 7 079 3 727 820 101 61
612 610 409 840 202 770 23 877 18 660 6 680 9 718 221 599 62
1 618 002 1 083 647 534 355 240 015 164 385 6 529 2 744 321 181 63
977 922 653 036 324 886 545 638 461 623 3 452 3 651 507 605 64
3 081 077 1 899 801 1 181 276 3 513 657 2 674 063 11 042 1 619 1 923 239 65
537 036 317 679 219 357 21 128 11 139 2 142 2 939 432 114 66
526 721 350 249 176 472 64 381 2 303 1 840 8 502 147 607 67
11 681 7 764 3 917 1 429 – 53 – 4 224 68
159 002 110 973 48 029 6 727 818 1 782 4 132 38 251 69
949 453 720 020 229 433 233 735 223 691 4 355 5 591 605 088 70
1 124 410 736 911 387 499 38 807 11 677 5 108 5 977 490 590 71
947 836 597 260 350 576 59 269 16 173 3 953 13 840 408 912 72
199 096 136 722 62 374 5 462 300 16 409 27 464 315 877 73
159 859 108 677 51 182 4 105 506 3 144 3 730 84 326 74
46 902 33 104 13 798 8 096 – 68 213 6 377 75
704 829 437 173 267 656 23 748 3 287 8 810 10 825 1 157 106 76
176 382 122 796 53 586 5 206 231 221 3 188 10 971 77

1 542 501 991 564 550 937 436 849 400 032 3 996 26 940 894 523 78
316 253 196 097 120 156 63 642 35 032 11 920 9 447 492 540 79
180 045 117 012 63 033 7 361 3 537 6 164 8 008 182 400 80
6 599 304 59 076 6 540 228 – – 1 269 466 762 900 2 376 802 81

9 020 677 6 058 081 2 962 596 4 656 320 3 010 286 390 864 489 937 6 116 544 82
651 926 442 292 209 634 73 317 42 002 6 868 167 717 316 857 83
29 622 18 805 10 817 1 953 196 451 2 140 63 461 84
848 702 639 678 209 024 345 373 252 346 4 747 346 715 842 85
17 477 14 239 3 238 625 – 79 1 448 10 338 86
14 515 10 062 4 453 279 – 14 009 1 190 15 878 87
8 Consolidated Federal Funds Report

Federal Government Expenditures or Obligations by State and County Area:


[Thousand dollars]

Direct Federal expenditures or obligations

Congressional Total direct expenditures or obligations Salaries and wages


State and county area district United States
resident Department of All other Department of
population1 Total Defense agencies Grant awards Total Defense

ColoradomCon.
1 Bent County ---------------------- 04 5 115 49 743 1 123 48 620 4 385 21 342 391
2 Boulder County ------------------- 02 249 623 1 190 282 109 932 1 080 350 321 653 150 693 7 291
3 Chaffee County ------------------- 03 13 795 53 742 2 573 51 169 4 834 3 929 –
4 Cheyenne County ----------------- 04 2 350 20 228 1 300 18 928 3 844 675 –
5 Clear Creek County ---------------- 02 8 520 18 530 469 18 061 5 184 1 288 –
6 Conejos County ------------------- 03 7 663 28 251 449 27 802 6 515 1 662 –
7 Costilla County -------------------- 03 3 280 16 930 433 16 497 3 600 496 –
8 Crowley County ------------------- 04 4 211 16 377 292 16 085 2 487 691 –
9 Custer County -------------------- 03 2 482 10 055 1 082 8 973 1 059 459 –
10 Delta County ---------------------- 03 24 120 117 115 3 772 113 343 11 558 7 894 –
11 Denver City and County ------------ 01 493 559 5 576 021 2 145 552 3 430 469 1 003 181 778 744 165 898
12 Dolores County ------------------- 03 1 519 9 069 110 8 959 921 346 –
13 Douglas County ------------------- 03 05 88 080 115 719 25 694 90 025 11 685 6 563 –
14 Eagle County --------------------- 03 27 372 35 887 1 838 34 049 9 916 5 542 531
15 Elbert County --------------------- 04 13 016 35 984 6 226 29 758 8 663 1 375 –
16 El Paso County ------------------- 05 452 424 3 176 440 1 966 339 1 210 101 151 435 1 038 614 950 705
17 Fremont County ------------------- 03 05 35 769 198 987 9 400 189 587 18 587 55 065 272
18 Garfield County ------------------- 03 34 035 98 257 2 856 95 401 13 594 12 388 –
19 Gilpin County --------------------- 02 3 367 5 219 204 5 015 1 832 184 –
20 Grand County --------------------- 03 8 735 28 518 1 744 26 774 5 481 4 099 –
21 Gunnison County ------------------ 03 11 568 57 160 977 56 183 3 550 4 847 –
22 Hinsdale County------------------- 03 598 1 661 198 1 463 25 157 –
23 Huerfano County ------------------ 03 6 124 35 344 740 34 604 5 856 741 –
24 Jackson County ------------------- 03 1 652 4 944 78 4 866 444 1 051 –
25 Jefferson County ------------------ 01 02 03 06 477 205 2 266 943 52 688 2 214 255 120 330 478 025 12 652
26 Kiowa County --------------------- 04 1 663 16 311 135 16 176 2 016 628 –
27 Kit Carson County ----------------- 04 7 234 44 385 393 43 992 10 645 1 740 –
28 Lake County ---------------------- 03 6 149 19 928 388 19 540 5 302 1 876 –
29 La Plata County ------------------- 03 36 997 113 069 4 403 108 666 20 183 14 634 146
30 Larimer County-------------------- 04 212 351 659 727 36 822 622 905 116 332 88 735 4 135
31 Las Animas County ---------------- 04 14 061 84 307 5 913 78 394 25 381 3 152 342
32 Lincoln County -------------------- 04 4 548 26 141 510 25 631 4 366 1 245 –
33 Logan County --------------------- 04 17 478 69 491 1 016 68 475 8 045 3 725 196
34 Mesa County --------------------- 03 103 632 430 944 17 477 413 467 49 666 47 111 1 219
35 Mineral County -------------------- 03 610 1 586 51 1 535 ~67 356 –
36 Moffat County --------------------- 03 11 896 41 309 712 40 597 7 628 5 777 75
37 Montezuma County ---------------- 03 20 900 86 032 1 771 84 261 15 752 9 600 149
38 Montrose County ------------------ 03 27 605 120 481 5 235 115 246 13 229 14 262 422
39 Morgan County-------------------- 04 23 427 82 878 1 201 81 677 14 492 5 239 247
40 Otero County --------------------- 04 20 428 100 732 3 459 97 273 19 062 5 942 1 613
41 Ouray County --------------------- 03 2 860 7 711 367 7 344 1 069 414 –
42 Park County ---------------------- 03 9 450 22 164 2 276 19 888 3 128 1 843 –
43 Phillips County -------------------- 04 4 231 22 447 219 22 228 1 816 1 167 –
44 Pitkin County --------------------- 03 13 561 20 276 760 19 516 3 829 4 340 –
45 Prowers County ------------------- 04 13 496 55 599 942 54 657 10 250 2 106 162
46 Pueblo County -------------------- 03 127 665 615 657 33 521 582 136 99 496 32 120 7 454
47 Rio Blanco County ----------------- 03 6 397 20 003 396 19 607 3 324 2 457 –
48 Rio Grande County ---------------- 03 10 996 53 364 1 213 52 151 13 271 4 258 308
49 Routt County---------------------- 03 16 144 38 820 1 848 36 972 5 045 5 222 –
50 Saguache County ----------------- 03 5 084 19 298 500 18 798 5 479 1 442 –
51 San Juan County ------------------ 03 550 1 757 44 1 713 464 104 –
52 San Miguel County ---------------- 03 4 796 7 013 173 6 840 1 534 1 251 –
53 Sedgwick County ------------------ 04 2 651 15 716 221 15 495 1 366 741 –
54 Summit County-------------------- 03 16 278 22 945 3 266 19 679 5 500 2 306 –
55 Teller County --------------------- 05 16 125 42 379 8 384 33 995 5 787 1 603 –
56 Washington County ---------------- 04 4 665 33 009 343 32 666 5 726 2 048 –
57 Weld County ---------------------- 04 144 115 425 800 39 688 386 112 66 150 23 136 3 940
58 Yuma County --------------------- 04 9 076 37 451 335 37 116 2 518 1 869 –
59 State undistributed----------------- 851 096 – 851 096 181 594 – –
60 Connecticut ------------------------ 3 275 276 18 142 499 3 344 989 14 797 510 3 472 326 1 417 972 473 173
61 Fairfield County ------------------- 03 04 05 06 829 791 4 167 569 901 311 3 266 258 663 607 227 655 24 034
62 Hartford County ------------------- 01 06 839 616 4 804 087 486 457 4 317 630 1 262 952 374 570 62 766
63 Litchfield County ------------------ 06 178 528 578 557 25 098 553 459 63 281 23 125 311
64 Middlesex County ----------------- 01 02 03 146 689 508 658 24 397 484 261 99 820 24 215 2 733
65 New Haven County ---------------- 03 05 06 796 477 3 800 980 111 517 3 689 463 907 085 297 939 12 492
66 New London County --------------- 02 249 587 2 700 338 1 773 094 927 244 165 974 440 219 368 712
67 Tolland County -------------------- 01 02 06 130 899 332 894 12 290 320 604 60 797 15 563 1 348
68 Windham County ------------------ 02 103 689 381 724 10 825 370 899 77 558 14 687 778
69 State undistributed----------------- 867 691 – 867 691 171 252 – –
70 Delaware -------------------------- 709 296 3 407 556 441 849 2 965 707 699 666 411 168 233 822
71 Kent County ---------------------- 00 119 953 813 939 329 154 484 785 184 055 218 118 197 745
72 New Castle County ---------------- 00 464 257 1 795 873 92 400 1 703 473 403 325 170 958 33 116
73 Sussex County -------------------- 00 125 086 580 829 20 295 560 534 79 508 22 091 2 961
74 State undistributed----------------- 216 915 – 216 915 32 779 – –
75 District Of Columbia ----------------- 567 094 22 678 122 2 491 501 20 186 621 3 408 183 11 304 118 1 194 336
76 Washington ----------------------- 98 567 094 22 678 122 2 491 501 20 186 621 3 408 183 11 304 118 1 194 336
77 Florida ----------------------------- 13 950 777 79 614 086 12 663 558 66 950 528 9 055 445 7 660 372 3 685 000
78 Alachua County ------------------- 03 05 193 054 925 886 66 679 859 207 219 657 132 614 7 940
79 Baker County --------------------- 02 03 06 19 776 69 355 3 319 66 036 18 771 2 147 –
80 Bay County ----------------------- 01 02 139 919 1 159 141 500 656 658 485 71 319 331 719 303 808
81 Bradford County ------------------- 06 23 245 89 795 9 927 79 868 14 904 6 241 4 584
82 Brevard County ------------------- 15 443 498 4 430 970 1 396 521 3 034 449 144 871 401 534 214 736
83 Broward County ------------------- 19 20 22 23 1 382 990 6 021 447 129 744 5 891 703 512 940 331 799 8 797
84 Calhoun County ------------------- 02 11 623 44 067 1 889 42 178 8 374 1 181 –
85 Charlotte County ------------------ 13 14 126 492 715 903 34 314 681 589 41 961 11 370 51
86 Citrus County --------------------- 05 104 145 575 327 16 065 559 262 34 367 9 863 785
87 Clay County ---------------------- 03 06 120 370 395 953 112 047 283 906 19 967 14 593 6 750

See footnotes at end of table.


County Area 9

Fiscal Year 1996mCon.

Direct Federal expenditures or obligationsmCon. Other Federal assistance

Direct payments for individuals Procurement contract awards


Other Federal
Retirement and Department of expenditures or Guaranteed loans and
Total disability All other Total Defense obligations Direct loans insurance

21 098 16 476 4 622 1 289 42 1 629 945 2 805 1


453 580 312 408 141 172 262 164 72 962 2 192 320 565 038 2
43 629 33 871 9 758 1 203 34 148 88 12 976 3
6 628 3 798 2 830 1 512 1 155 7 568 96 13 973 4
10 583 7 538 3 045 1 442 – 33 – 14 297 5
19 356 13 098 6 258 404 – 315 234 3 541 6
12 592 9 227 3 365 103 – 137 197 1 748 7
11 776 7 803 3 973 169 – 1 254 222 485 8
8 392 6 884 1 508 101 – 44 – 1 192 9
89 523 64 112 25 411 7 117 351 1 022 1 637 11 233 10
1 595 378 1 007 654 587 724 2 173 428 1 928 068 25 289 9 095 640 927 11
4 731 3 675 1 056 1 630 – 1 442 362 2 797 12
95 581 80 652 14 929 1 576 – 313 175 155 672 13
19 040 14 228 4 812 1 106 35 282 630 36 521 14
20 292 15 332 4 960 3 119 2 815 2 536 1 432 12 263 15
1 268 136 1 008 043 260 093 714 127 639 116 4 128 1 858 628 407 16
119 475 89 670 29 805 5 608 966 253 618 34 852 17
69 825 49 729 20 096 1 912 39 539 160 21 923 18
3 117 2 337 780 77 – 8 – 7 206 19
18 179 13 025 5 154 647 – 112 140 4 750 20
16 483 11 148 5 335 32 161 – 119 – 19 959 21
1 443 1 165 278 26 – 10 – 881 22
28 458 18 216 10 242 146 – 142 75 4 143 23
3 317 2 616 701 113 – 20 1 500 48 24
803 633 567 103 236 530 863 847 13 888 1 109 423 662 158 25
5 377 3 440 1 937 127 – 8 162 597 8 863 26
19 882 13 543 6 339 402 – 11 717 1 855 45 568 27
10 481 6 999 3 482 2 249 – 19 – 2 981 28
74 583 51 906 22 677 2 802 181 866 438 41 668 29
416 989 290 449 126 540 36 222 6 966 1 449 1 601 227 310 30
53 537 37 383 16 154 1 190 693 1 047 1 551 6 209 31
14 061 8 877 5 184 263 – 6 205 672 11 084 32
50 580 34 259 16 321 2 025 87 5 117 1 460 47 164 33
309 925 222 351 87 574 22 681 4 979 1 562 4 948 64 259 34
1 247 1 036 211 36 – 15 – 99 35
25 248 16 349 8 899 593 – 2 063 1 649 6 726 36
56 062 38 893 17 169 3 104 – 1 514 1 235 19 389 37
83 688 60 175 23 513 8 294 1 143 1 008 1 893 14 294 38
56 899 36 990 19 909 1 059 – 5 187 3 276 39 458 39
73 753 49 794 23 959 848 27 1 127 1 393 11 648 40
6 032 4 647 1 385 158 56 38 – 6 810 41
16 814 14 225 2 589 322 39 57 497 9 130 42
14 949 9 625 5 324 248 – 4 268 2 159 26 062 43
10 696 8 173 2 523 1 106 211 305 – 24 041 44
34 600 22 456 12 144 477 105 8 165 3 365 13 279 45
462 055 321 775 140 280 19 683 13 505 2 303 3 376 59 246 46
12 774 8 296 4 478 730 – 719 181 3 700 47
28 457 19 866 8 591 6 669 – 709 1 656 11 333 48
18 711 13 856 4 855 8 712 – 1 129 1 841 21 981 49
11 696 7 848 3 848 244 29 438 1 213 9 759 50
1 043 847 196 144 – 4 – 324 51
3 651 2 713 938 300 – 278 – 53 711 52
11 195 7 451 3 744 158 – 2 257 1 859 12 997 53
14 203 11 910 2 293 864 – 71 500 49 806 54
34 378 28 938 5 440 556 186 55 1 951 15 466 55
13 873 9 744 4 129 378 62 10 985 2 397 21 553 56
288 475 189 635 98 840 36 721 28 002 11 318 9 176 138 947 57
23 019 16 177 6 842 383 – 9 662 8 249 65 500 58
455 254 2 571 452 683 – – 214 248 235 900 1 044 008 59
9 904 484 5 825 434 4 079 050 3 122 527 2 684 617 225 190 68 146 4 718 937 60
2 237 994 1 386 291 851 703 1 024 084 857 452 14 229 5 761 1 455 967 61
2 546 160 1 571 839 974 321 525 354 378 113 95 051 2 234 583 270 62
465 706 304 385 161 321 25 201 18 696 1 244 6 718 130 055 63
364 151 245 663 118 488 19 545 14 594 927 468 328 766 64
2 446 458 1 479 178 967 280 137 988 67 855 11 511 4 335 1 095 425 65
717 967 493 077 224 890 1 374 794 1 340 285 1 385 4 846 426 414 66
247 315 158 533 88 782 8 465 4 267 755 744 78 159 67
281 596 175 527 106 069 7 096 3 355 786 4 739 78 126 68
597 137 10 941 586 196 – – 99 302 38 300 542 755 69
2 115 785 1 330 360 785 425 153 775 101 565 27 162 47 940 1 763 272 70
327 333 245 166 82 167 82 714 78 415 1 719 2 024 71 417 71
1 150 152 754 000 396 152 66 333 22 022 5 105 2 225 276 473 72
472 641 329 678 142 963 4 728 1 128 1 861 8 192 1 403 950 73
165 659 1 517 164 142 – – 18 477 35 500 11 432 74
2 728 453 1 648 618 1 079 835 4 579 905 1 197 256 657 464 127 990 611 544 75
2 728 453 1 648 618 1 079 835 4 579 905 1 197 256 657 464 127 990 611 544 76
53 695 103 33 198 339 20 496 764 8 125 596 5 880 491 1 077 568 612 375 175 939 828 77
508 894 326 609 182 285 62 764 8 815 1 956 1 620 158 780 78
47 833 31 829 16 004 537 – 68 1 412 25 192 79
516 976 379 776 137 200 101 557 94 659 137 569 28 593 1 663 647 80
67 714 43 859 23 855 848 443 87 320 18 826 81
1 819 174 1 339 905 479 269 2 063 078 907 946 2 313 1 708 5 004 204 82
5 016 878 2 919 370 2 097 508 136 774 49 042 23 056 8 837 42 265 564 83
33 631 20 955 12 676 402 163 478 447 11 420 84
657 723 447 972 209 751 3 663 46 1 185 324 2 924 688 85
528 375 360 079 168 296 2 141 – 581 1 090 461 181 86
355 194 284 266 70 928 5 858 3 024 341 4 994 364 034 87
10 Consolidated Federal Funds Report

Federal Government Expenditures or Obligations by State and County Area:


[Thousand dollars]

Direct Federal expenditures or obligations

Congressional Total direct expenditures or obligations Salaries and wages


State and county area district United States
resident Department of All other Department of
population1 Total Defense agencies Grant awards Total Defense

FloridamCon.
1 Collier County --------------------- 14 176 421 779 918 7 298 772 620 59 127 24 846 149
2 Columbia County ------------------ 02 03 46 860 238 898 13 235 225 663 36 458 38 631 854
3 Dade County---------------------- 2 2 025 045 8 835 836 248 575 8 587 261 1 523 719 882 467 58 707
4 De Soto County ------------------- 12 24 791 111 347 468 110 879 15 857 2 659 358
5 Dixie County ---------------------- 05 11 759 66 780 14 717 52 063 11 591 769 –
6 Duval County --------------------- 03 04 06 703 563 4 564 648 1 819 824 2 744 824 423 695 1 510 449 1 179 266
7 Escambia County------------------ 01 271 793 2 030 967 801 336 1 229 631 198 370 504 561 433 738
8 Flagler County -------------------- 03 04 38 048 210 512 8 979 201 533 15 147 4 474 –
9 Franklin County ------------------- 02 9 657 49 458 2 559 46 899 7 871 1 245 176
10 Gadsden County ------------------ 02 42 863 170 756 5 845 164 911 42 149 5 024 1 463
11 Gilchrist County ------------------- 05 11 640 40 779 1 577 39 202 6 624 1 013 –
12 Glades County -------------------- 16 7 556 27 853 10 238 17 615 1 255 434 112
13 Gulf County ----------------------- 02 12 117 68 424 3 845 64 579 13 800 739 –
14 Hamilton County ------------------ 02 11 451 41 568 1 174 40 394 7 892 1 184 –
15 Hardee County -------------------- 12 20 109 76 238 1 885 74 353 13 779 2 435 215
16 Hendry County -------------------- 16 23 28 375 97 068 5 090 91 978 23 913 3 694 1 325
17 Hernando County------------------ 05 116 595 731 645 17 304 714 341 41 520 13 458 332
18 Highlands County ----------------- 12 16 73 449 466 146 18 866 447 280 36 783 12 589 3 203
19 Hillsborough County --------------- 09 11 12 13 874 292 4 030 579 597 503 3 433 076 568 900 651 065 237 786
20 Holmes County-------------------- 01 16 826 78 575 5 049 73 526 13 176 2 473 482
21 Indian River County ---------------- 15 95 680 590 822 26 217 564 605 32 544 16 168 107
22 Jackson County ------------------- 02 42 851 217 887 9 764 208 123 47 702 25 478 605
23 Jefferson County ------------------ 02 11 893 47 755 1 484 46 271 10 375 1 194 16
24 Lafayette County ------------------ 02 5 814 18 160 3 579 14 581 2 282 643 –
25 Lake County ---------------------- 03 06 173 541 973 459 49 906 923 553 55 926 23 198 3 720
26 Lee County ----------------------- 14 367 437 1 896 395 70 618 1 825 777 142 571 81 583 812
27 Leon County ---------------------- 02 210 504 2 391 739 185 562 2 206 177 1 686 252 84 084 9 874
28 Levy County ---------------------- 03 05 28 861 126 863 6 581 120 282 14 008 3 093 –
29 Liberty County -------------------- 02 6 031 22 048 925 21 123 5 322 1 464 –
30 Madison County ------------------- 02 17 197 68 220 1 938 66 282 13 011 1 875 –
31 Manatee County------------------- 13 225 530 1 087 695 42 556 1 045 139 84 692 58 143 1 272
32 Marion County -------------------- 03 05 06 219 808 1 104 779 37 905 1 066 874 92 619 28 309 1 909
33 Martin County --------------------- 16 23 109 118 611 668 32 707 578 961 42 559 13 338 322
34 Monroe County-------------------- 20 82 207 380 943 100 207 280 736 30 043 93 596 59 321
35 Nassau County-------------------- 04 49 601 209 329 19 272 190 057 25 581 48 006 6 183
36 Okaloosa County ------------------ 01 160 811 2 045 309 1 405 397 639 912 65 372 799 752 775 432
37 Okeechobee County --------------- 16 23 30 579 141 205 3 992 137 213 15 339 3 092 –
38 Orange County -------------------- 03 07 08 738 110 4 012 211 1 541 129 2 471 082 339 634 452 067 237 620
39 Osceola County ------------------- 08 15 126 101 424 464 24 170 400 294 47 633 11 948 23
40 Palm Beach County---------------- 16 19 22 23 954 543 6 445 755 1 625 648 4 820 107 403 390 259 487 16 247
41 Pasco County --------------------- 05 09 12 298 462 1 590 600 87 099 1 503 501 106 651 31 747 3 172
42 Pinellas County ------------------- 09 10 867 196 5 532 464 825 018 4 707 446 382 251 293 184 13 461
43 Polk County ---------------------- 12 15 429 577 1 751 217 70 754 1 680 463 190 230 67 556 4 925
44 Putnam County ------------------- 03 06 68 676 294 787 13 925 280 862 40 767 6 814 1 321
45 St. John County ------------------- 03 04 98 294 451 682 66 857 384 825 51 202 20 159 11 759
46 St. Lucie County------------------- 16 23 169 164 856 978 24 269 832 709 79 275 22 433 92
47 Santa Rosa County ---------------- 01 98 968 490 439 160 990 329 449 49 045 74 417 59 692
48 Sarasota County ------------------ 13 292 403 1 854 688 68 012 1 786 676 96 515 40 515 534
49 Seminole County ------------------ 03 07 323 738 953 141 98 226 854 915 112 051 69 782 702
50 Sumter County -------------------- 05 33 340 214 405 7 523 206 882 20 540 33 945 –
51 Suwannee County ----------------- 02 29 567 143 265 8 603 134 662 21 183 5 235 1 007
52 Taylor County --------------------- 02 17 346 98 017 28 770 69 247 11 181 1 899 378
53 Union County --------------------- 06 10 691 26 198 1 389 24 809 4 227 921 –
54 Volusia County -------------------- 03 04 07 402 446 1 989 636 123 757 1 865 879 191 779 63 459 2 482
55 Wakulla County ------------------- 02 16 601 59 096 5 430 53 666 9 769 2 694 46
56 Walton County -------------------- 01 31 670 165 725 21 229 144 496 22 886 9 387 5 843
57 Washington County ---------------- 02 18 099 88 129 5 621 82 508 14 403 2 435 504
58 State undistributed----------------- 3 091 072 – 3 091 072 345 877 – –
59 Georgia ---------------------------- 7 055 235 34 856 944 8 397 485 26 459 459 5 500 636 5 904 188 3 321 599
60 Appling County -------------------- 01 16 169 56 766 2 434 54 332 11 442 2 092 187
61 Atkinson County ------------------- 08 6 535 25 055 367 24 688 4 771 737 –
62 Bacon County --------------------- 01 10 378 38 541 449 38 092 9 555 992 –
63 Baker County --------------------- 02 3 692 11 862 222 11 640 2 604 309 –
64 Baldwin County ------------------- 03 11 41 309 166 055 5 642 160 413 58 264 4 162 1 075
65 Banks County --------------------- 10 11 052 25 292 1 277 24 015 3 044 707 –
66 Barrow County -------------------- 10 34 415 109 008 6 528 102 480 18 375 8 480 4 121
67 Bartow County -------------------- 07 61 675 190 409 24 143 166 266 32 296 7 355 1 157
68 Ben Hill County ------------------- 08 17 149 68 562 1 716 66 846 13 362 1 377 65
69 Berrien County -------------------- 08 15 214 58 490 3 307 55 183 9 369 1 498 –
70 Bibb County ---------------------- 02 08 154 794 796 412 51 815 744 597 120 280 80 039 13 775
71 Bleckley County ------------------- 08 10 753 49 434 1 616 47 818 6 434 966 –
72 Brantley County ------------------- 01 12 342 40 890 1 303 39 587 5 885 1 075 –
73 Brooks County -------------------- 02 15 582 56 331 1 723 54 608 12 292 1 344 –
74 Bryan County --------------------- 01 19 942 568 944 510 983 57 961 13 492 450 822 449 119
75 Bulloch County -------------------- 01 47 835 133 798 6 820 126 978 23 991 6 700 1 209
76 Burke County --------------------- 11 21 601 77 640 3 049 74 591 17 502 2 847 318
77 Butts County ---------------------- 11 15 630 65 807 2 758 63 049 17 042 2 585 950
78 Calhoun County ------------------- 02 4 939 25 947 451 25 496 4 400 829 –
79 Camden County ------------------- 01 41 662 349 610 259 654 89 956 36 563 235 715 232 551
80 Candler County ------------------- 01 8 477 38 052 973 37 079 9 994 1 071 158
81 Carroll County -------------------- 07 76 564 239 824 7 302 232 522 33 565 9 810 464
82 Catoosa County ------------------- 09 46 478 111 079 2 464 108 615 17 664 2 947 –
83 Charlton County ------------------- 01 9 232 33 425 1 245 32 180 5 923 1 779 –
84 Chatham County ------------------ 01 11 225 215 1 319 938 416 915 903 023 165 016 253 657 192 215
85 Chattahoochee County ------------- 02 15 645 144 451 134 722 9 729 2 386 933 749
86 Chattooga County ----------------- 07 22 764 81 712 1 612 80 100 11 161 1 648 –
87 Cherokee County ------------------ 06 09 108 857 199 524 9 890 189 634 36 077 10 497 350
88 Clarke County--------------------- 10 90 256 416 757 32 311 384 446 127 640 73 385 19 237
89 Clay County ---------------------- 02 3 455 16 634 2 729 13 905 3 577 1 755 1 400

See footnotes at end of table.


County Area 11

Fiscal Year 1996mCon.

Direct Federal expenditures or obligationsmCon. Other Federal assistance

Direct payments for individuals Procurement contract awards


Other Federal
Retirement and Department of expenditures or Guaranteed loans and
Total disability All other Total Defense obligations Direct loans insurance

681 905 477 084 204 821 12 098 5 594 1 943 7 703 7 046 633 1
160 808 110 626 50 182 2 607 269 395 3 028 25 426 2
6 152 072 2 965 030 3 187 042 255 651 108 058 21 925 14 226 32 147 539 3
92 074 54 205 37 869 518 – 238 304 29 868 4
54 060 40 942 13 118 176 30 184 3 25 989 5
2 094 550 1 364 245 730 305 517 935 435 746 18 018 1 142 2 454 371 6
1 047 183 772 528 274 655 201 875 170 530 78 979 13 055 1 270 935 7
184 012 140 540 43 472 6 678 – 201 2 705 493 591 8
37 747 22 628 15 119 177 – 2 418 283 285 114 9
121 326 74 802 46 524 1 661 277 596 506 25 789 10
32 818 22 889 9 929 248 – 76 4 8 447 11
25 191 19 934 5 257 263 184 710 43 24 144 12
49 512 30 987 18 525 158 – 4 215 615 100 540 13
31 544 21 052 10 492 284 – 664 468 4 152 14
59 121 36 736 22 385 500 – 402 726 29 499 15
65 742 39 416 26 326 2 453 1 605 1 266 111 701 117 389 16
672 888 451 158 221 730 3 146 – 634 2 476 256 964 17
412 479 276 223 136 256 3 540 1 129 755 5 043 90 724 18
2 575 373 1 703 771 871 602 221 214 133 520 14 027 3 259 4 935 995 19
61 457 39 428 22 029 419 – 1 049 1 866 12 288 20
533 114 356 892 176 222 7 942 4 636 1 055 851 2 339 977 21
139 562 92 199 47 363 2 950 1 171 2 194 6 132 30 192 22
35 251 22 581 12 670 370 – 565 24 8 619 23
12 182 7 914 4 268 2 896 2 750 156 72 8 051 24
883 395 614 689 268 706 9 635 221 1 305 13 322 199 620 25
1 623 469 1 115 432 508 037 43 877 2 564 4 895 8 347 10 024 256 26
467 784 322 309 145 475 151 992 132 100 1 626 804 255 672 27
106 878 73 804 33 074 2 431 – 453 876 66 280 28
15 031 10 259 4 772 198 – 32 70 970 29
51 781 32 977 18 804 504 71 1 048 1 761 8 146 30
921 734 628 648 293 086 20 522 6 584 2 604 1 481 3 428 944 31
967 133 679 067 288 066 15 596 4 101 1 121 3 119 94 672 32
531 276 364 116 167 160 19 060 15 471 5 435 3 663 1 968 295 33
231 237 154 396 76 841 25 536 21 659 530 52 4 107 346 34
133 630 97 483 36 147 1 614 381 499 2 118 691 246 35
676 248 558 834 117 414 392 191 385 292 111 745 33 418 1 413 533 36
121 185 71 508 49 677 1 109 327 481 872 84 821 37
2 055 899 1 366 458 689 441 1 156 273 1 101 470 8 337 11 194 1 568 147 38
359 572 227 328 132 244 4 695 904 616 10 443 430 653 39
4 123 861 2 578 849 1 545 012 1 645 953 1 479 092 13 064 15 158 16 848 485 40
1 441 267 895 152 546 115 9 447 2 108 1 488 2 560 2 259 168 41
4 081 549 2 651 580 1 429 969 767 922 662 880 7 557 1 537 11 646 407 42
1 466 224 1 021 495 444 729 19 891 2 235 7 316 16 430 391 123 43
245 509 160 562 84 947 1 311 74 387 509 85 750 44
351 818 252 769 99 049 27 693 11 631 810 171 2 411 936 45
746 425 503 172 243 253 7 600 3 382 1 244 18 1 625 310 46
321 517 251 143 70 374 26 870 23 630 18 591 18 408 682 295 47
1 686 150 1 151 708 534 442 29 202 13 658 2 305 1 373 5 261 536 48
738 478 519 225 219 253 29 752 12 172 3 078 2 947 630 946 49
154 903 105 229 49 674 4 815 – 202 1 038 23 779 50
115 315 78 501 36 814 891 71 641 1 112 19 767 51
58 615 37 181 21 434 26 188 25 750 133 358 27 500 52
20 776 13 632 7 144 225 – 49 4 838 3 293 53
1 678 366 1 143 911 534 455 53 220 40 011 2 812 9 567 3 312 409 54
43 160 29 912 13 248 2 739 2 079 733 491 76 601 55
110 237 79 653 30 584 2 836 936 20 378 7 719 701 500 56
70 331 44 780 25 551 430 – 530 923 9 016 57
2 209 983 64 148 2 145 835 – – 535 213 210 100 910 632 58
18 276 375 11 479 642 6 796 733 4 741 012 3 981 794 434 734 819 813 9 997 843 59
41 195 25 089 16 106 1 122 785 916 142 8 898 60
19 059 11 062 7 997 180 – 309 – 4 416 61
27 330 15 831 11 499 191 – 472 98 8 163 62
7 852 4 748 3 104 68 – 1 029 795 14 378 63
102 708 65 098 37 610 725 83 196 2 683 8 488 64
21 313 14 386 6 927 146 – 81 – 721 65
81 050 52 899 28 151 885 53 218 10 258 25 713 66
130 043 91 352 38 691 20 025 18 470 690 4 086 45 074 67
52 964 33 087 19 877 335 – 523 822 11 794 68
45 495 29 180 16 315 338 – 1 791 277 15 666 69
560 391 364 435 195 956 33 709 18 619 1 994 1 403 75 471 70
40 899 27 716 13 183 191 – 945 252 7 166 71
33 583 22 197 11 386 248 – 100 14 1 981 72
39 956 24 921 15 035 315 – 2 424 769 13 315 73
47 747 34 553 13 194 56 744 55 985 140 3 642 202 436 74
100 397 61 902 38 495 1 268 289 1 442 787 42 403 75
54 557 34 330 20 227 647 182 2 086 3 756 16 838 76
45 616 30 403 15 213 394 – 170 1 146 1 866 77
19 702 12 413 7 289 203 – 814 1 515 15 212 78
61 546 44 644 16 902 15 623 14 620 163 1 135 160 609 79
25 652 15 290 10 362 373 – 962 284 7 943 80
193 828 123 618 70 210 2 083 – 537 2 195 16 758 81
88 814 62 105 26 709 1 223 – 431 1 296 25 092 82
25 315 16 038 9 277 359 – 48 43 516 83
673 082 433 415 239 667 220 590 199 206 7 593 6 998 2 661 860 84
8 655 6 367 2 288 132 469 132 312 8 – 789 85
67 856 44 773 23 083 766 – 282 565 6 397 86
149 647 104 862 44 785 2 889 153 413 465 82 729 87
194 003 123 408 70 595 20 507 790 1 222 – 30 226 88
9 672 6 431 3 241 1 169 1 090 460 82 6 070 89
12 Consolidated Federal Funds Report

Federal Government Expenditures or Obligations by State and County Area:


[Thousand dollars]

Direct Federal expenditures or obligations

Congressional Total direct expenditures or obligations Salaries and wages


State and county area district United States
resident Department of All other Department of
population1 Total Defense agencies Grant awards Total Defense

GeorgiamCon.
1 Clayton County-------------------- 03 05 194 884 564 068 78 854 485 214 84 898 58 933 32 190
2 Clinch County --------------------- 08 6 420 32 179 4 719 27 460 7 091 783 –
3 Cobb County---------------------- 05 06 07 508 931 3 758 290 2 758 014 1 000 276 125 293 192 179 133 806
4 Coffee County -------------------- 08 32 038 113 362 3 101 110 261 26 473 5 008 439
5 Colquitt County-------------------- 02 08 37 529 148 979 4 163 144 816 31 612 4 403 354
6 Columbia County ------------------ 10 79 923 488 578 362 355 126 223 17 302 268 749 265 613
7 Cook County ---------------------- 08 14 008 47 022 2 269 44 753 4 519 1 288 –
8 Coweta County-------------------- 03 67 798 193 227 9 809 183 418 26 504 7 634 991
9 Crawford County ------------------ 02 03 9 825 24 375 376 23 999 5 468 460 –
10 Crisp County ---------------------- 02 08 20 633 88 020 1 967 86 053 21 773 2 534 243
11 Dade County---------------------- 09 13 911 41 484 703 40 781 5 700 928 –
12 Dawson County ------------------- 09 11 340 30 039 764 29 275 4 333 1 151 –
13 Decatur County ------------------- 02 26 222 102 403 2 938 99 465 26 203 2 754 178
14 De Kalb County ------------------- 04 05 06 11 577 772 1 835 480 115 447 1 720 033 274 387 490 305 35 321
15 Dodge County -------------------- 08 17 849 76 275 1 822 74 453 13 326 2 277 326

16 Dooly County --------------------- 02 08 10 256 44 072 625 43 447 7 377 1 705 –


17 Dougherty County ----------------- 02 08 98 004 580 776 180 183 400 593 83 488 155 808 136 837
18 Douglas County ------------------- 07 79 864 192 351 9 018 183 333 29 149 6 872 311
19 Early County ---------------------- 02 12 084 49 781 1 094 48 687 10 968 1 899 198
20 Echols County -------------------- 08 2 187 6 225 321 5 904 2 279 92 –

21 Effingham County ----------------- 01 11 30 500 74 497 4 285 70 212 10 240 2 826 429
22 Elbert County --------------------- 10 19 109 90 154 10 286 79 868 12 736 6 381 2 564
23 Emanuel County ------------------ 01 20 941 92 184 2 163 90 021 19 873 4 622 405
24 Evans County --------------------- 01 9 275 35 550 1 187 34 363 6 146 1 749 187
25 Fannin County -------------------- 09 17 047 78 147 2 147 76 000 9 548 2 199 –

26 Fayette County -------------------- 03 75 930 174 244 23 883 150 361 17 122 9 520 12
27 Floyd County --------------------- 07 83 284 305 495 9 556 295 939 48 491 11 395 2 068
28 Forsyth County -------------------- 09 56 828 108 718 3 953 104 765 14 291 5 332 –
29 Franklin County ------------------- 10 17 451 77 049 1 927 75 122 14 009 2 340 56
30 Fulton County --------------------- 04 05 06 690 490 5 764 700 601 430 5 163 270 1 755 432 1 213 144 227 874

31 Gilmer County -------------------- 09 15 155 72 462 2 168 70 294 15 406 2 430 –


32 Glascock County ------------------ 11 2 346 10 851 162 10 689 1 930 460 –
33 Glynn County --------------------- 01 65 019 371 975 24 111 347 864 66 488 61 941 3 698
34 Gordon County -------------------- 09 37 733 110 726 4 336 106 390 15 090 4 482 1 011
35 Grady County --------------------- 02 21 165 67 379 2 183 65 196 11 359 1 654 –

36 Greene County -------------------- 11 12 646 50 828 2 277 48 551 9 938 2 179 523
37 Gwinnett County ------------------ 04 06 10 434 039 994 432 183 191 811 241 139 645 159 890 3 262
38 Habersham County ---------------- 09 29 557 100 273 4 208 96 065 10 580 4 915 –
39 Hall County ----------------------- 09 104 967 424 335 101 976 322 359 57 034 20 341 1 037
40 Hancock County------------------- 11 9 076 44 182 722 43 460 9 399 691 –

41 Haralson County ------------------ 07 23 014 82 621 1 910 80 711 15 060 2 538 74


42 Harris County --------------------- 03 19 797 58 121 6 620 51 501 7 730 1 968 –
43 Hart County----------------------- 10 20 430 70 716 6 149 64 567 11 058 4 135 2 145
44 Heard County --------------------- 07 9 299 26 118 463 25 655 5 496 645 –
45 Henry County --------------------- 03 11 78 815 251 870 11 162 240 708 25 166 58 594 –

46 Houston County ------------------- 02 08 98 336 1 169 046 862 327 306 719 43 558 641 006 631 870
47 Irwin County ---------------------- 08 8 569 34 405 517 33 888 9 394 1 062 26
48 Jackson County ------------------- 10 33 077 106 866 2 601 104 265 15 565 4 056 –
49 Jasper County -------------------- 11 8 981 29 148 947 28 201 4 222 1 067 –
50 Jeff Davis County------------------ 08 12 272 41 884 923 40 961 7 456 1 197 –

51 Jefferson County ------------------ 11 17 671 82 322 7 563 74 759 17 434 2 079 136
52 Jenkins County-------------------- 11 8 562 35 793 615 35 178 8 218 978 –
53 Johnson County ------------------- 08 8 396 35 329 434 34 895 7 064 775 –
54 Jones County --------------------- 03 08 21 650 51 384 1 633 49 751 7 791 1 325 –
55 Lamar County --------------------- 03 13 645 50 808 2 420 48 388 8 585 2 051 547

56 Lanier County --------------------- 08 6 148 23 255 1 061 22 194 4 652 545 –


57 Laurens County ------------------- 08 42 262 203 800 7 122 196 678 32 404 35 579 1 621
58 Lee County ----------------------- 02 08 18 967 34 893 2 422 32 471 4 621 1 457 –
59 Liberty County -------------------- 01 59 042 183 148 90 473 92 675 21 090 67 028 63 033
60 Lincoln County -------------------- 10 7 916 38 695 1 760 36 935 3 549 859 –

61 Long County ---------------------- 01 7 374 15 527 1 497 14 030 2 792 322 –


62 Lowndes County ------------------ 02 08 82 178 466 859 204 254 262 605 57 060 157 258 146 524
63 Lumpkin County ------------------- 09 16 346 48 481 9 525 38 956 6 448 8 318 6 438
64 McDuffie County ------------------ 10 21 217 76 734 4 389 72 345 12 751 2 659 868
65 McIntosh County ------------------ 01 9 132 48 963 8 159 40 804 12 142 1 052 –

66 Macon County -------------------- 02 13 146 47 639 2 583 45 056 7 010 1 396 214
67 Madison County ------------------- 10 22 874 72 862 2 416 70 446 13 223 2 353 –
68 Marion County -------------------- 02 6 163 22 663 1 026 21 637 4 696 1 114 –
69 Meriwether County ---------------- 02 03 23 000 77 171 1 480 75 691 15 144 2 166 –
70 Miller County---------------------- 02 6 234 23 600 509 23 091 4 472 784 –

71 Mitchell County-------------------- 02 20 686 78 116 1 814 76 302 17 772 2 579 –


72 Monroe County-------------------- 03 18 511 57 090 3 018 54 072 11 985 3 386 1 087
73 Montgomery County --------------- 01 7 657 25 147 514 24 633 3 738 1 052 –
74 Morgan County-------------------- 10 13 784 41 898 1 465 40 433 3 611 1 884 –
75 Murray County -------------------- 09 29 005 69 357 3 584 65 773 10 434 3 550 996

76 Muscogee County ----------------- 02 03 187 097 1 377 165 725 631 651 534 110 336 642 368 614 105
77 Newton County-------------------- 10 48 375 155 395 4 432 150 963 22 774 5 827 420
78 Oconee County ------------------- 10 20 195 51 353 2 742 48 611 7 572 3 938 –
79 Oglethorpe County ---------------- 10 10 637 27 847 809 27 038 6 713 791 –
80 Paulding County------------------- 07 55 719 92 110 3 221 88 889 14 336 3 637 –

81 Peach County --------------------- 02 03 22 748 116 982 9 507 107 475 20 013 4 343 848
82 Pickens County ------------------- 09 16 286 61 342 2 170 59 172 9 078 2 157 –
83 Pierce County --------------------- 01 14 437 55 889 3 634 52 255 9 099 1 728 –
84 Pike County ---------------------- 03 10 933 34 877 1 289 33 588 5 234 1 151 –
85 Polk County ---------------------- 07 34 606 139 207 8 450 130 757 19 836 4 124 385

See footnotes at end of table.


County Area 13

Fiscal Year 1996mCon.

Direct Federal expenditures or obligationsmCon. Other Federal assistance

Direct payments for individuals Procurement contract awards


Other Federal
Retirement and Department of expenditures or Guaranteed loans and
Total disability All other Total Defense obligations Direct loans insurance

405 890 270 698 135 192 13 650 9 586 696 1 815 195 159 1
19 745 10 815 8 930 4 448 4 257 111 162 571 2
866 061 616 911 249 150 2 572 340 2 545 013 2 416 121 503 753 3
79 643 49 621 30 022 696 – 1 542 886 16 657 4
110 766 70 236 40 530 118 ~655 2 080 2 242 52 947 5
128 011 99 616 28 395 74 342 73 434 173 201 49 371 6
40 166 26 620 13 546 393 89 656 458 11 759 7
155 635 102 385 53 250 3 109 1 243 346 2 739 42 614 8
18 026 11 538 6 488 121 – 300 111 1 559 9
62 470 38 412 24 058 511 – 732 3 297 81 046 10
34 366 22 909 11 457 404 – 87 261 1 259 11
24 150 15 974 8 176 331 50 73 523 2 766 12
69 487 45 919 23 568 1 865 120 2 095 2 153 45 328 13
1 033 880 605 452 428 428 29 107 5 949 7 800 1 818 541 849 14
58 786 38 945 19 841 417 – 1 470 340 8 567 15

31 790 20 475 11 315 1 332 46 1 867 572 55 019 16


294 305 197 499 96 806 46 008 17 542 1 168 6 746 189 791 17
154 149 101 331 52 818 1 850 262 331 2 273 65 877 18
33 542 21 566 11 976 1 337 – 2 035 331 28 691 19
3 557 2 171 1 386 211 188 87 – 1 390 20

59 737 39 632 20 105 1 337 – 358 364 28 778 21


64 172 42 155 22 017 6 394 5 903 471 137 1 578 22
64 543 41 639 22 904 1 622 49 1 526 161 9 762 23
26 918 17 624 9 294 236 – 502 44 2 640 24
65 795 44 369 21 426 483 – 120 328 10 518 25

144 483 114 083 30 400 2 800 1 024 318 376 44 467 26
240 743 161 350 79 393 4 025 760 840 253 52 322 27
86 797 60 707 26 090 2 079 27 219 1 015 39 365 28
59 762 39 503 20 259 663 131 276 52 1 176 29
2 083 865 1 313 113 770 752 669 023 291 691 43 237 4 532 491 757 30

54 072 35 516 18 556 386 – 168 928 11 163 31


8 156 5 089 3 067 113 – 191 – 185 32
216 931 142 750 74 181 26 209 4 098 407 1 618 1 325 528 33
88 231 59 822 28 409 2 317 621 607 651 16 441 34
52 930 36 414 16 516 394 – 1 042 1 619 20 051 35

38 259 25 320 12 939 361 – 92 290 805 36


488 924 354 867 134 057 199 901 147 651 6 072 1 053 428 622 37
82 377 56 450 25 927 2 185 1 027 215 2 818 8 862 38
246 200 167 151 79 049 100 187 91 988 574 3 024 27 856 39
33 815 20 400 13 415 170 – 108 221 ~1 40

63 824 42 534 21 290 1 065 427 134 209 1 420 41


47 852 37 542 10 310 394 – 177 185 7 574 42
52 062 34 726 17 336 2 910 2 379 550 779 1 490 43
19 749 12 653 7 096 158 – 71 15 649 44
162 417 116 714 45 703 5 154 285 539 14 132 94 361 45

318 263 258 038 60 225 165 205 161 655 1 014 687 83 191 46
22 333 14 641 7 692 235 – 1 381 1 726 17 291 47
82 929 55 477 27 452 4 078 87 237 281 42 153 48
23 522 16 599 6 923 236 – 100 67 502 49
32 235 21 251 10 984 293 – 702 472 9 336 50

55 046 35 552 19 494 6 223 5 769 1 541 558 12 238 51


25 001 15 458 9 543 248 – 1 349 1 572 7 116 52
26 451 15 891 10 560 209 – 829 129 1 803 53
41 270 28 428 12 842 939 676 60 9 942 54
39 547 26 367 13 180 306 – 320 238 2 523 55

17 644 10 485 7 159 191 – 223 107 3 722 56


124 610 86 859 37 751 8 843 2 027 2 365 811 9 859 57
27 487 20 248 7 239 289 – 1 038 1 345 65 672 58
93 455 69 197 24 258 1 380 502 195 1 196 97 125 59
24 822 16 276 8 546 9 327 – 139 131 948 60

12 179 8 209 3 970 164 85 70 12 2 624 61


216 498 144 651 71 847 34 972 32 675 1 071 2 613 43 725 62
32 469 22 410 10 059 1 134 698 112 144 2 012 63
60 784 40 769 20 015 379 – 162 638 4 416 64
28 970 18 035 10 935 6 752 6 538 47 153 28 043 65

36 626 22 414 14 212 1 395 1 159 1 211 2 065 12 353 66


56 205 38 441 17 764 788 – 293 177 2 966 67
13 763 8 948 4 815 2 777 133 312 165 3 909 68
58 573 40 104 18 469 895 – 391 801 894 69
17 199 11 151 6 048 146 – 998 154 20 977 70

55 424 35 582 19 842 455 30 1 886 293 605 37 059 71


40 542 27 414 13 128 833 450 344 596 6 807 72
19 521 12 044 7 477 225 – 611 58 2 242 73
35 602 23 567 12 035 405 – 395 452 2 253 74
52 785 35 419 17 366 2 414 1 133 174 1 086 8 963 75

614 624 456 485 158 139 8 887 3 147 951 27 117 207 76
125 327 82 847 42 480 1 187 72 280 11 922 31 556 77
38 788 28 150 10 638 787 99 268 194 3 597 78
19 934 13 227 6 707 226 – 183 269 758 79
72 966 50 831 22 135 969 91 202 15 964 73 529 80

87 853 63 037 24 816 4 332 3 619 441 351 11 197 81


46 241 32 035 14 206 3 761 – 104 805 6 467 82
41 548 28 953 12 595 2 660 1 520 854 437 8 611 83
27 808 19 567 8 241 342 61 341 1 267 695 84
108 281 72 533 35 748 6 471 5 395 495 228 10 765 85
14 Consolidated Federal Funds Report

Federal Government Expenditures or Obligations by State and County Area:


[Thousand dollars]

Direct Federal expenditures or obligations

Congressional Total direct expenditures or obligations Salaries and wages


State and county area district United States
resident Department of All other Department of
population1 Total Defense agencies Grant awards Total Defense

GeorgiamCon.
1 Pulaski County -------------------- 08 8 238 38 449 1 210 37 239 6 074 962 142
2 Putnam County ------------------- 11 15 619 57 911 2 663 55 248 8 870 2 605 108
3 Quitman County ------------------- 02 2 377 12 764 843 11 921 2 177 414 –
4 Rabun County -------------------- 09 12 238 56 360 1 563 54 797 8 055 2 328 –
5 Randolph County ------------------ 02 8 130 35 088 1 212 33 876 8 038 871 –
6 Richmond County ----------------- 10 11 196 021 1 068 433 174 018 894 415 205 884 188 968 74 027
7 Rockdale County ------------------ 04 62 033 146 263 5 974 140 289 20 422 5 425 –
8 Schley County -------------------- 02 3 729 10 837 466 10 371 1 587 360 –
9 Screven County ------------------- 11 14 125 53 471 1 104 52 367 8 113 1 813 –
10 Seminole County ------------------ 02 9 258 37 977 1 160 36 817 7 001 963 –
11 Spalding County------------------- 03 57 014 188 930 5 020 183 910 30 078 6 731 552
12 Stephens County ------------------ 09 24 735 99 844 3 027 96 817 12 980 3 505 182
13 Stewart County-------------------- 02 5 472 24 543 686 23 857 4 947 598 –
14 Sumter County -------------------- 02 31 345 188 087 67 816 120 271 27 545 5 820 429
15 Talbot County --------------------- 02 6 743 23 986 3 414 20 572 2 789 797 –
16 Taliaferro County ------------------ 11 1 821 9 249 110 9 139 1 384 368 –
17 Tattnall County -------------------- 01 18 166 75 452 3 757 71 695 15 149 1 837 336
18 Taylor County --------------------- 02 7 918 36 943 1 144 35 799 6 235 1 247 47
19 Telfair County --------------------- 08 11 578 54 847 1 964 52 883 10 811 1 425 –
20 Terrell County --------------------- 02 10 900 44 593 1 079 43 514 9 882 2 691 112
21 Thomas County ------------------- 02 40 334 168 392 4 760 163 632 30 762 8 327 108
22 Tift County------------------------ 08 35 493 124 518 3 399 121 119 22 707 9 038 396
23 Toombs County ------------------- 01 24 842 96 741 2 738 94 003 22 332 3 132 365
24 Towns County -------------------- 09 7 350 36 300 1 531 34 769 2 547 956 –
25 Treutlen County ------------------- 08 5 960 21 725 320 21 405 4 471 599 –
26 Troup County --------------------- 07 57 610 229 513 28 060 201 453 37 462 6 798 1 177
27 Turner County -------------------- 08 8 905 31 332 711 30 621 2 109 1 253 –
28 Twiggs County -------------------- 08 11 9 891 32 552 483 32 069 7 485 506 –
29 Union County --------------------- 09 13 606 64 189 2 379 61 810 7 473 2 546 –
30 Upson County--------------------- 03 26 761 98 595 2 517 96 078 15 379 2 567 265
31 Walker County -------------------- 09 59 912 233 700 4 864 228 836 29 242 5 782 –
32 Walton County -------------------- 10 44 703 137 753 2 652 135 101 21 882 5 502 554
33 Ware County---------------------- 01 35 630 172 963 4 512 168 451 34 010 7 202 679
34 Warren County -------------------- 11 6 108 27 922 582 27 340 5 854 875 –
35 Washington County ---------------- 11 19 814 76 160 1 716 74 444 16 262 2 576 576
36 Wayne County -------------------- 01 24 277 109 878 7 667 102 211 16 164 18 281 163
37 Webster County ------------------- 02 2 255 7 074 176 6 898 750 401 –
38 Wheeler County ------------------- 08 4 817 20 848 246 20 602 4 640 544 –
39 White County --------------------- 09 14 591 53 988 2 255 51 733 7 491 1 848 –
40 Whitfield County ------------------- 09 76 731 214 870 5 358 209 512 33 932 8 378 339
41 Wilcox County -------------------- 08 7 084 36 092 775 35 317 8 085 1 014 –
42 Wilkes County -------------------- 10 11 10 562 44 683 1 722 42 961 6 054 2 215 652
43 Wilkinson County ------------------ 11 10 490 37 058 ~1 181 38 239 6 406 979 –
44 Worth County --------------------- 08 21 213 61 066 2 658 58 408 12 053 1 815 18
45 State undistributed----------------- 1 579 092 – 1 579 092 191 812 76 –
46 Hawaii ----------------------------- 1 178 540 7 990 275 3 258 141 4 732 134 1 104 527 2 408 570 2 085 399
47 Hawaii County -------------------- 02 135 496 575 064 41 063 534 001 134 138 36 588 9 305
48 Honolulu City and County----------- 01 02 874 330 6 347 616 3 100 035 3 247 581 800 039 2 325 865 2 056 809
49 Kauai County --------------------- 02 55 687 258 396 62 958 195 438 43 563 24 119 15 975
50 Maui County ---------------------- 02 112 930 375 790 54 085 321 705 55 268 21 997 3 310
51 State undistributed----------------- 433 409 – 433 409 71 518 – –
52 Idaho ------------------------------ 1 133 054 5 488 748 481 001 5 007 747 897 142 630 056 200 587
53 Ada County ----------------------- 01 02 243 341 1 094 821 97 980 996 841 289 322 200 555 40 433
54 Adams County -------------------- 01 3 850 18 993 307 18 686 1 713 3 141 –
55 Bannock County------------------- 02 70 933 264 757 6 324 258 433 64 700 19 714 1 932
56 Bear Lake County ----------------- 02 6 426 23 565 465 23 100 3 867 1 557 –
57 Benewah County ------------------ 01 8 539 41 900 1 359 40 541 9 246 3 089 –
58 Bingham County ------------------ 02 40 991 118 790 5 232 113 558 21 434 9 089 292
59 Blaine County --------------------- 02 15 990 30 736 1 534 29 202 2 746 3 514 89
60 Boise County --------------------- 01 4 498 43 392 979 42 413 24 522 3 715 –
61 Bonner County -------------------- 01 31 891 119 414 7 390 112 024 19 282 8 201 1 163
62 Bonneville County ----------------- 02 79 215 886 750 12 774 873 976 39 946 40 144 1 519
63 Boundary County ------------------ 01 9 189 34 607 1 357 33 250 6 014 3 969 76
64 Butte County ---------------------- 02 3 044 18 060 269 17 791 1 728 7 057 –
65 Camas County -------------------- 02 793 3 602 48 3 554 201 695 –
66 Canyon County ------------------- 01 104 432 344 951 23 775 321 176 60 484 11 422 1 098
67 Caribou County ------------------- 02 7 182 22 514 201 22 313 2 790 1 495 –
68 Cassia County -------------------- 02 20 811 72 426 1 536 70 890 11 158 6 049 260
69 Clark County ---------------------- 02 814 5 470 60 5 410 1 235 1 243 –
70 Clearwater County ----------------- 01 9 061 47 605 4 766 42 839 5 171 9 572 1 699
71 Custer County -------------------- 02 3 984 17 610 526 17 084 1 829 3 650 –
72 Elmore County -------------------- 02 22 589 288 207 227 042 61 165 15 765 145 311 142 232
73 Franklin County ------------------- 02 10 071 27 405 745 26 660 2 413 1 601 239
74 Fremont County ------------------- 02 11 525 37 345 1 187 36 158 3 089 6 224 216
75 Gem County ---------------------- 01 13 468 50 024 2 091 47 933 6 965 3 957 232
76 Gooding County ------------------- 02 12 679 42 839 1 327 41 512 6 158 2 095 130
77 Idaho County --------------------- 01 14 588 75 190 2 245 72 945 12 946 14 564 67

78 Jefferson County ------------------ 02 18 427 41 062 1 049 40 013 5 146 2 017 53


79 Jerome County -------------------- 02 16 597 47 802 1 729 46 073 6 952 2 454 235
80 Kootenai County ------------------ 01 87 278 322 521 27 068 295 453 36 862 26 850 4 003
81 Latah County --------------------- 01 32 277 110 313 7 660 102 653 26 423 11 124 2 236
82 Lemhi County --------------------- 02 7 425 56 596 965 55 631 2 911 9 245 –

83 Lewis County --------------------- 01 3 838 26 430 563 25 867 6 011 1 722 –


84 Lincoln County -------------------- 02 3 570 17 880 318 17 562 5 515 3 027 –
85 Madison County ------------------- 02 23 744 41 889 986 40 903 6 833 2 331 231
86 Minidoka County ------------------ 02 20 699 73 672 898 72 774 7 410 3 551 –
87 Nez Perce County ----------------- 01 36 349 175 389 6 390 168 999 29 719 9 088 737

See footnotes at end of table.


County Area 15

Fiscal Year 1996mCon.

Direct Federal expenditures or obligationsmCon. Other Federal assistance

Direct payments for individuals Procurement contract awards


Other Federal
Retirement and Department of expenditures or Guaranteed loans and
Total disability All other Total Defense obligations Direct loans insurance

30 217 20 708 9 509 238 47 958 186 13 573 1


45 893 32 122 13 771 438 67 105 800 961 2
9 690 6 591 3 099 401 300 82 49 1 503 3
45 355 30 231 15 124 525 71 96 1 304 5 896 4
24 497 15 788 8 709 884 704 799 746 14 240 5
642 092 459 285 182 807 29 840 12 594 1 649 41 135 844 6
118 558 85 136 33 422 1 595 – 263 79 36 637 7
8 602 5 357 3 245 79 – 210 11 2 400 8
41 512 26 988 14 524 405 – 1 628 368 7 925 9
28 488 18 889 9 599 225 – 1 301 364 16 943 10
150 637 99 440 51 197 1 156 – 328 2 016 12 486 11
82 035 55 172 26 863 1 153 461 172 1 250 3 026 12
18 612 11 321 7 291 146 – 239 555 4 686 13
83 956 51 727 32 229 69 564 64 669 1 201 1 642 19 477 14
20 103 14 933 5 170 180 – 117 212 659 15
7 372 4 412 2 960 90 – 34 32 – 16
57 215 39 164 18 051 338 – 914 2 179 7 043 17
27 865 19 156 8 709 330 71 1 267 748 2 207 18
40 343 24 270 16 073 1 379 977 890 79 4 164 19
30 360 18 739 11 621 248 – 1 413 927 13 515 20
125 726 84 641 41 085 1 953 – 1 622 939 14 348 21
91 227 59 739 31 488 797 – 749 570 31 722 22
69 285 45 213 24 072 679 140 1 313 107 7 653 23
32 510 23 502 9 008 225 – 62 132 399 24
16 042 10 391 5 651 128 – 486 216 834 25
159 744 109 478 50 266 25 187 21 660 321 378 15 559 26
27 066 16 341 10 725 248 – 656 448 19 978 27
24 047 16 124 7 923 246 – 268 27 2 680 28
53 560 37 870 15 690 476 61 135 1 475 3 125 29
79 478 53 225 26 253 883 – 287 111 5 439 30
191 556 128 721 62 835 6 241 296 879 990 19 431 31
108 646 70 707 37 939 1 163 26 561 3 462 22 302 32
129 846 87 973 41 873 1 356 61 550 716 9 403 33
20 339 12 020 8 319 485 121 369 245 537 34
55 261 33 294 21 967 1 235 – 825 347 3 573 35
68 903 42 702 26 201 6 145 4 618 385 40 8 745 36
5 474 3 492 1 982 90 – 359 181 5 967 37
14 591 8 842 5 749 201 – 871 93 4 449 38
44 058 31 730 12 328 453 – 137 113 9 646 39
168 163 111 932 56 231 4 052 1 341 344 2 448 28 047 40
25 770 16 939 8 831 244 – 978 304 13 132 41
35 879 22 129 13 750 338 – 197 267 631 42
31 214 20 743 10 471 ~1 698 ~1 934 157 38 3 151 43
45 330 29 909 15 421 372 – 1 496 502 34 490 44
1 117 170 7 199 1 109 971 – – 270 034 341 200 589 036 45
3 348 461 2 138 513 1 209 948 1 027 398 907 306 101 319 55 459 5 588 104 46
375 367 241 806 133 561 27 874 18 831 1 096 16 992 437 109 47
2 320 552 1 647 421 673 131 895 513 803 007 5 647 23 110 3 445 915 48
144 003 86 119 57 884 46 044 42 378 666 3 095 427 188 49
239 911 157 025 82 886 57 968 43 090 646 11 510 1 260 798 50
268 626 6 141 262 485 – – 93 264 752 17 095 51
2 918 817 1 938 023 980 794 945 045 131 993 97 688 188 186 1 097 955 52
531 170 388 874 142 296 70 991 16 028 2 784 4 706 340 537 53
13 099 8 179 4 920 855 – 184 223 207 54
170 201 118 561 51 640 7 138 210 3 002 1 254 33 097 55
16 428 12 426 4 002 272 – 1 441 942 1 975 56
26 473 17 969 8 504 1 376 173 1 716 2 970 6 996 57
77 576 55 289 22 287 6 383 2 511 4 309 3 393 40 648 58
23 142 17 289 5 853 805 – 528 3 141 103 694 59
12 404 8 806 3 598 2 717 134 33 181 2 730 60
89 250 66 616 22 634 2 427 594 253 3 390 16 285 61
163 151 113 319 49 832 637 885 3 411 5 625 1 131 52 143 62
22 742 17 571 5 171 1 739 194 143 2 459 1 664 63
7 999 5 602 2 397 977 – 299 2 751 4 036 64
2 050 1 753 297 187 – 470 – 247 65
250 473 176 115 74 358 20 971 12 011 1 600 5 069 88 867 66
14 670 11 109 3 561 223 – 3 337 2 059 3 834 67
42 712 28 784 13 928 8 641 330 3 866 4 832 21 210 68
1 925 1 237 688 347 – 720 1 966 493 69
27 130 20 105 7 025 5 468 2 032 265 830 3 696 70
10 700 7 708 2 992 1 284 – 147 627 2 658 71
57 990 47 761 10 229 67 638 67 126 1 504 393 17 280 72
20 930 15 579 5 351 309 – 2 151 1 051 1 867 73
25 209 18 672 6 537 1 538 – 1 285 1 859 13 190 74
37 872 28 203 9 669 806 – 424 435 4 493 75
33 670 24 594 9 076 588 – 327 447 8 058 76
41 928 29 758 12 170 4 167 849 1 585 1 628 10 550 77

31 642 22 793 8 849 418 – 1 838 1 133 17 381 78


37 134 26 104 11 030 405 – 857 1 379 8 207 79
245 525 179 936 65 589 11 774 6 781 1 510 12 881 73 456 80
64 198 44 138 20 060 4 957 366 3 611 2 519 23 848 81
26 925 18 542 8 383 17 306 – 208 2 262 4 390 82

16 822 12 774 4 048 169 – 1 706 744 9 726 83


8 310 6 224 2 086 467 – 561 222 5 151 84
30 277 18 439 11 838 411 – 2 037 1 594 11 032 85
46 764 32 983 13 781 15 092 ~190 854 3 608 22 742 86
115 770 78 536 37 234 18 221 2 158 2 590 2 710 35 297 87
16 Consolidated Federal Funds Report

Federal Government Expenditures or Obligations by State and County Area:


[Thousand dollars]

Direct Federal expenditures or obligations

Congressional Total direct expenditures or obligations Salaries and wages


State and county area district United States
resident Department of All other Department of
population1 Total Defense agencies Grant awards Total Defense

IdahomCon.
1 Oneida County -------------------- 02 3 657 16 600 198 16 402 2 051 859 –
2 Owyhee County ------------------- 01 9 052 25 574 826 24 748 3 750 2 534 –
3 Payette County-------------------- 01 18 956 67 437 1 958 65 479 12 499 1 780 218
4 Power County --------------------- 02 7 892 26 881 273 26 608 5 443 1 007 –
5 Shoshone County ----------------- 01 13 871 91 350 18 573 72 777 13 816 3 596 190
6 Teton County --------------------- 02 4 269 12 260 479 11 781 1 472 1 271 81
7 Twin Falls County ----------------- 02 58 463 225 075 6 597 218 478 39 970 24 945 925
8 Valley County --------------------- 01 7 637 41 503 1 916 39 587 4 083 9 136 –
9 Washington County ---------------- 01 9 149 45 340 1 035 44 305 10 397 1 886 –
10 State undistributed----------------- 292 200 – 292 200 55 151 9 –
11 Illinois ----------------------------- 11 751 679 51 585 730 3 278 982 48 306 748 9 609 532 5 440 017 1 589 596
12 Adams County -------------------- 17 20 67 714 288 999 14 207 274 792 52 096 14 592 1 270
13 Alexander County ----------------- 12 10 308 63 273 2 516 60 757 21 358 1 957 246
14 Bond County ---------------------- 20 15 250 70 656 954 69 702 5 978 17 223 –
15 Boone County--------------------- 16 34 786 84 194 674 83 520 5 996 3 169 –
16 Brown County --------------------- 20 6 019 20 367 824 19 543 2 902 1 510 424
17 Bureau County -------------------- 17 36 075 128 904 2 280 126 624 7 595 6 631 –
18 Calhoun County ------------------- 20 5 016 53 490 29 194 24 296 5 660 1 268 –
19 Carroll County -------------------- 17 16 787 91 667 20 009 71 658 8 589 17 137 14 423
20 Cass County ---------------------- 18 13 359 52 177 1 513 50 664 5 295 3 545 523
21 Champaign County ---------------- 15 167 487 642 245 72 344 569 901 217 874 68 139 21 606
22 Christian County ------------------ 19 20 34 737 138 233 1 432 136 801 12 804 4 320 –
23 Clark County ---------------------- 19 16 243 61 850 907 60 943 5 173 2 471 –
24 Clay County ---------------------- 19 14 408 61 133 857 60 276 8 036 2 618 –
25 Clinton County -------------------- 20 34 777 105 390 8 175 97 215 9 915 4 437 1 192
26 Coles County --------------------- 19 52 130 159 672 3 436 156 236 17 394 6 602 752
27 Cook County ---------------------- 2 5 141 209 23 034 300 536 560 22 497 740 4 878 631 2 529 258 126 326
28 Crawford County ------------------ 19 19 969 76 061 1 417 74 644 6 968 2 941 –
29 Cumberland County --------------- 19 11 030 38 815 614 38 201 7 382 1 291 –
30 De Kalb County ------------------- 14 82 060 199 851 2 544 197 307 18 905 9 830 402
31 De Witt County -------------------- 15 16 906 59 336 796 58 540 4 428 2 569 –
32 Douglas County ------------------- 15 19 647 56 216 806 55 410 4 993 2 800 –
33 Du Page County------------------- 06 13 14 843 084 2 088 734 53 557 2 035 177 147 380 278 857 1 468
34 Edgar County --------------------- 15 19 616 78 525 1 834 76 691 6 753 3 554 550
35 Edwards County------------------- 19 7 287 25 272 577 24 695 2 598 1 323 –
36 Effingham County ----------------- 19 32 676 117 788 13 778 104 010 11 466 8 203 512
37 Fayette County -------------------- 20 20 961 73 810 1 386 72 424 8 056 3 175 –
38 Ford County ---------------------- 15 13 920 55 583 1 832 53 751 3 160 2 207 –
39 Franklin County ------------------- 19 40 624 216 443 12 344 204 099 24 751 9 623 1 168
40 Fulton County --------------------- 17 38 122 153 167 2 360 150 807 12 209 5 821 568
41 Gallatin County-------------------- 19 6 801 35 963 425 35 538 5 965 1 194 –
42 Greene County -------------------- 20 15 358 62 210 1 034 61 176 7 799 2 745 –
43 Grundy County -------------------- 11 34 735 113 757 1 249 112 508 20 030 5 038 394
44 Hamilton County ------------------ 19 8 453 39 198 447 38 751 4 601 1 681 –
45 Hancock County------------------- 17 21 448 77 968 2 057 75 911 6 405 4 028 –
46 Hardin County -------------------- 19 5 162 23 341 318 23 023 4 487 967 –

47 Henderson County----------------- 17 8 244 29 091 1 174 27 917 2 478 1 810 434


48 Henry County --------------------- 17 51 521 187 750 15 159 172 591 19 466 8 716 1 350
49 Iroquois County ------------------- 15 31 428 118 839 1 175 117 664 11 470 5 211 29
50 Jackson County ------------------- 12 61 741 209 669 7 411 202 258 39 441 16 512 1 601
51 Jasper County -------------------- 19 10 638 33 857 369 33 488 3 412 1 959 –

52 Jefferson County ------------------ 20 37 261 153 073 4 350 148 723 20 368 7 958 559
53 Jersey County -------------------- 20 20 976 65 128 1 389 63 739 11 101 2 337 –
54 Jo Daviess County----------------- 16 22 108 74 757 764 73 993 4 396 3 527 –
55 Johnson County ------------------- 19 11 992 43 449 863 42 586 5 423 2 951 –
56 Kane County ---------------------- 14 348 595 1 158 619 32 707 1 125 912 84 602 102 317 2 055

57 Kankakee County ----------------- 11 15 101 288 395 459 10 580 384 879 59 184 20 128 848
58 Kendall County -------------------- 14 44 092 77 356 1 877 75 479 5 711 4 487 620
59 Knox County ---------------------- 17 55 855 226 555 3 618 222 937 24 652 9 789 364
60 Lake County ---------------------- 08 10 559 399 2 215 764 868 247 1 347 517 120 607 786 201 647 047
61 La Salle County ------------------- 11 14 109 410 410 952 19 400 391 552 39 317 16 982 2 013

62 Lawrence County ------------------ 19 15 941 67 573 2 123 65 450 7 057 2 642 526
63 Lee County ----------------------- 14 35 490 113 062 1 170 111 892 8 897 4 891 347
64 Livingston County ----------------- 15 40 184 120 171 1 552 118 619 7 408 5 405 353
65 Logan County --------------------- 18 30 768 108 610 1 343 107 267 12 669 4 984 –
66 McDonough County---------------- 17 35 580 100 001 3 244 96 757 9 221 5 282 793

67 McHenry County ------------------ 16 215 950 425 154 7 849 417 305 19 261 25 431 345
68 McLean County ------------------- 15 18 137 579 375 086 7 592 367 494 48 517 32 829 1 436
69 Macon County -------------------- 18 19 116 589 452 351 9 950 442 401 56 875 19 897 3 973
70 Macoupin County ------------------ 20 48 595 193 477 3 589 189 888 19 736 6 850 –
71 Madison County ------------------- 12 20 255 107 1 016 832 61 525 955 307 155 204 37 969 8 590

72 Marion County -------------------- 20 41 783 201 855 2 875 198 980 26 218 9 684 444
73 Marshall County ------------------- 18 12 761 43 177 397 42 780 2 338 1 805 –
74 Mason County -------------------- 18 16 790 69 947 613 69 334 6 977 2 954 28
75 Massac County ------------------- 19 15 190 101 969 34 188 67 781 9 056 2 003 576
76 Menard County-------------------- 18 11 925 38 244 880 37 364 4 074 1 487 –

77 Mercer County -------------------- 17 17 452 56 454 1 225 55 229 3 532 3 021 405
78 Monroe County-------------------- 12 24 166 73 329 4 534 68 795 6 151 2 715 –
79 Montgomery County --------------- 20 30 722 118 761 3 108 115 653 11 876 5 867 370
80 Morgan County-------------------- 18 36 200 142 425 2 007 140 418 30 239 4 833 –
81 Moultrie County ------------------- 19 14 084 55 730 1 088 54 642 6 397 2 068 495

82 Ogle County ---------------------- 16 17 48 803 134 147 2 524 131 623 11 726 7 364 –
83 Peoria County--------------------- 18 183 159 795 903 66 716 729 187 103 690 88 197 25 722
84 Perry County---------------------- 12 21 268 84 325 1 204 83 121 11 515 2 522 –
85 Piatt County ---------------------- 15 15 967 55 241 1 057 54 184 4 058 2 486 –
86 Pike County ---------------------- 20 17 162 95 150 974 94 176 25 508 3 317 –

See footnotes at end of table.


County Area 17

Fiscal Year 1996mCon.

Direct Federal expenditures or obligationsmCon. Other Federal assistance

Direct payments for individuals Procurement contract awards


Other Federal
Retirement and Department of expenditures or Guaranteed loans and
Total disability All other Total Defense obligations Direct loans insurance

10 268 7 390 2 878 128 – 3 295 370 2 886 1


17 229 12 453 4 776 724 – 1 337 2 098 2 962 2
50 568 33 113 17 455 2 035 – 555 708 10 820 3
12 850 9 096 3 754 225 34 7 356 850 12 521 4
54 395 37 239 17 156 18 843 16 837 701 1 708 16 722 5
8 216 5 565 2 651 212 – 1 087 372 4 503 6
151 411 107 100 44 311 5 284 156 3 466 955 37 161 7
25 916 19 849 6 067 2 243 189 125 250 4 831 8
31 012 22 628 8 384 399 59 1 645 683 5 439 9
212 689 1 241 211 448 – – 24 351 103 400 8 426 10
32 487 293 19 361 338 13 125 955 3 165 199 1 184 500 883 690 1 000 852 10 889 782 11
194 730 136 429 58 301 23 249 9 790 4 332 2 933 61 994 12
37 275 23 940 13 335 2 011 1 690 671 1 284 13 708 13
43 838 29 204 14 634 1 393 26 2 223 5 853 20 601 14
68 870 47 345 21 525 3 264 – 2 894 2 719 27 679 15
13 588 9 476 4 112 302 77 2 065 2 070 8 211 16
103 982 72 623 31 359 2 474 1 270 8 221 11 037 61 468 17
16 047 10 678 5 369 29 111 28 863 1 404 1 005 12 938 18
56 234 41 074 15 160 5 364 4 168 4 343 6 463 14 072 19
39 917 27 852 12 065 914 374 2 505 3 075 29 946 20
319 694 220 574 99 120 27 253 14 310 9 286 14 429 128 861 21
114 459 76 822 37 637 1 536 – 5 113 7 303 75 303 22
50 769 34 854 15 915 552 – 2 885 5 397 23 560 23
46 251 31 391 14 860 646 49 3 582 3 675 17 288 24
86 931 60 627 26 304 1 440 624 2 667 2 882 17 674 25
130 199 84 189 46 010 1 586 283 3 890 4 221 24 719 26
14 001 774 8 276 606 5 725 168 1 548 455 311 004 76 181 21 277 3 270 517 27
60 058 42 808 17 250 698 – 5 396 3 753 12 579 28
27 969 19 361 8 608 304 – 1 869 1 864 7 431 29
161 485 101 435 60 050 2 322 31 7 310 4 819 77 325 30
49 009 34 851 14 158 585 – 2 744 2 868 22 176 31
43 472 31 087 12 385 888 – 4 063 4 127 36 281 32
1 527 332 1 047 198 480 134 119 704 35 472 15 461 3 728 863 529 33
61 755 43 054 18 701 1 272 68 5 192 5 424 29 373 34
19 345 13 577 5 768 323 42 1 683 944 3 301 35
81 755 56 000 25 755 13 899 11 894 2 464 6 609 13 243 36
57 474 39 148 18 326 1 114 416 3 990 3 830 18 714 37
45 819 33 466 12 353 565 – 3 832 1 902 47 807 38
152 639 107 660 44 979 26 196 8 509 3 234 13 541 9 522 39
129 926 83 857 46 069 1 545 340 3 666 3 484 23 198 40
23 250 15 530 7 720 3 199 – 2 354 1 599 7 189 41
47 535 32 539 14 996 656 37 3 475 3 233 21 830 42
84 250 57 322 26 928 1 012 – 3 427 5 556 61 681 43
27 555 18 738 8 817 360 – 5 001 2 648 9 593 44
60 598 43 923 16 675 1 871 970 5 066 5 345 36 259 45
17 359 11 047 6 312 158 – 372 103 378 46

21 065 14 952 6 113 687 360 3 053 6 682 27 321 47


137 622 98 885 38 737 13 133 11 536 8 813 8 403 68 743 48
92 050 65 691 26 359 1 203 – 8 905 7 133 116 108 49
145 602 85 019 60 583 5 143 1 675 2 972 3 577 14 038 50
25 262 17 686 7 576 450 – 2 772 4 262 15 008 51

118 239 74 404 43 835 2 483 1 312 4 025 2 208 12 850 52


48 791 32 500 16 291 622 93 2 277 2 623 25 031 53
61 607 45 171 16 436 811 – 4 417 3 409 17 344 54
33 045 23 848 9 197 486 – 1 544 738 2 018 55
669 261 441 178 228 083 296 019 23 949 6 419 2 512 404 845 56

293 453 185 701 107 752 16 942 7 376 5 753 5 647 171 491 57
61 565 44 264 17 301 1 737 594 3 857 3 317 80 325 58
183 315 124 684 58 631 3 028 146 5 771 5 958 40 149 59
1 070 702 725 056 345 646 228 554 172 498 9 700 1 507 610 331 60
317 661 224 141 93 520 26 338 14 528 10 655 11 587 160 340 61

54 088 36 553 17 535 835 322 2 952 5 237 14 054 62


91 359 64 417 26 942 1 047 – 6 867 8 177 51 626 63
97 373 66 767 30 606 1 386 238 8 598 5 715 117 364 64
84 501 57 425 27 076 1 159 178 5 297 6 902 51 105 65
79 177 50 110 29 067 2 264 1 070 4 056 6 020 30 008 66

368 764 252 096 116 668 7 740 1 465 3 957 3 455 292 909 67
260 460 179 545 80 915 8 075 696 25 205 5 624 201 591 68
343 061 237 900 105 161 16 143 1 182 16 375 15 693 81 689 69
159 533 108 778 50 755 2 454 893 4 905 6 942 31 430 70
775 321 520 921 254 400 44 636 32 004 3 701 11 025 293 709 71

159 155 101 445 57 710 2 738 44 4 061 3 509 14 831 72


36 039 25 029 11 010 405 – 2 590 1 874 27 654 73
54 864 36 037 18 827 779 – 4 373 3 525 24 851 74
52 591 33 824 18 767 36 938 32 846 1 381 590 9 215 75
29 825 21 057 8 768 338 – 2 520 3 743 19 164 76

44 095 31 725 12 370 674 59 5 131 10 588 33 320 77


58 378 42 613 15 765 3 900 3 217 2 184 3 020 25 590 78
93 839 64 546 29 293 2 243 1 173 4 936 5 083 25 815 79
102 246 69 517 32 729 1 247 108 3 860 4 988 17 651 80
44 106 31 723 12 383 383 – 2 776 1 938 20 418 81

103 842 75 118 28 724 3 262 1 317 7 954 7 726 87 072 82


545 449 364 989 180 460 54 331 36 353 4 236 5 219 74 764 83
68 043 47 165 20 878 635 43 1 610 1 343 4 207 84
44 163 31 909 12 254 658 – 3 876 3 784 37 855 85
54 489 37 406 17 083 6 259 205 5 577 3 110 25 948 86
18 Consolidated Federal Funds Report

Federal Government Expenditures or Obligations by State and County Area:


[Thousand dollars]

Direct Federal expenditures or obligations

Congressional Total direct expenditures or obligations Salaries and wages


State and county area district United States
resident Department of All other Department of
population1 Total Defense agencies Grant awards Total Defense

IllinoismCon.
1 Pope County ---------------------- 19 4 576 22 333 2 391 19 942 3 215 2 889 565
2 Pulaski County -------------------- 19 7 404 50 057 2 148 47 909 17 593 2 675 1 125
3 Putnam County ------------------- 18 5 783 18 597 377 18 220 560 1 086 73
4 Randolph County ------------------ 12 34 443 132 381 7 913 124 468 13 988 5 749 766
5 Richland County------------------- 19 16 845 63 726 1 104 62 622 7 732 2 839 –
6 Rock Island County ---------------- 17 150 305 866 887 297 457 569 430 70 531 262 915 232 101
7 St. Clair County ------------------- 12 265 432 1 717 427 655 942 1 061 485 235 009 472 046 434 013
8 Saline County --------------------- 19 26 698 158 368 12 572 145 796 27 541 6 001 –
9 Sangamon County ----------------- 18 20 183 910 2 093 718 63 942 2 029 776 1 398 649 107 248 30 753
10 Schuyler County------------------- 20 7 630 27 009 324 26 685 3 098 1 231 –
11 Scott County ---------------------- 20 5 644 23 174 3 074 20 100 2 941 829 –
12 Shelby County -------------------- 19 22 478 84 724 2 595 82 129 7 629 3 895 695
13 Stark County ---------------------- 18 6 305 27 274 240 27 034 1 753 1 435 –
14 Stephenson County ---------------- 16 49 096 161 653 2 115 159 538 17 252 6 990 385
15 Tazewell County ------------------ 18 126 420 393 093 4 419 388 674 34 230 25 769 793
16 Union County --------------------- 12 17 990 78 707 3 247 75 460 16 989 2 491 –
17 Vermilion County ------------------ 15 87 327 432 721 9 667 423 054 50 577 55 274 648
18 Wabash County ------------------- 19 12 898 46 223 949 45 274 5 165 1 674 –
19 Warren County -------------------- 17 18 934 72 433 1 062 71 371 9 823 3 654 360
20 Washington County ---------------- 20 15 055 61 564 1 300 60 264 8 298 2 864 –
21 Wayne County -------------------- 19 17 168 68 880 917 67 963 8 737 3 002 86
22 White County --------------------- 19 15 914 80 680 1 144 79 536 13 903 2 988 –
23 Whiteside County------------------ 17 60 299 212 951 6 040 206 911 23 002 8 565 1 123
24 Will County ----------------------- 11 13 398 711 879 198 26 569 852 629 101 243 38 861 4 362
25 Williamson County ----------------- 12 19 59 408 400 986 118 219 282 767 37 201 47 378 2 022
26 Winnebago County ---------------- 16 263 124 868 225 64 842 803 383 103 938 56 207 6 576
27 Woodford County ------------------ 18 33 955 85 495 744 84 751 6 831 3 348 –
28 State undistributed----------------- 3 369 368 – 3 369 368 748 648 – –
29 Indiana ---------------------------- 5 752 151 24 250 211 2 563 140 21 687 071 3 746 849 1 969 920 690 013
30 Adams County -------------------- 04 32 124 90 440 529 89 911 12 350 2 979 28
31 Allen County ---------------------- 04 307 690 1 395 283 432 247 963 036 132 738 123 448 28 288
32 Bartholomew County --------------- 02 09 66 966 265 351 58 890 206 461 36 935 17 865 7 594
33 Benton County -------------------- 05 9 594 34 120 442 33 678 2 254 1 610 148
34 Blackford County ------------------ 05 13 991 46 072 753 45 319 4 358 1 603 211
35 Boone County--------------------- 06 07 40 912 103 486 2 154 101 332 8 737 4 419 272
36 Brown County --------------------- 09 14 809 24 806 832 23 974 2 767 920 –
37 Carroll County -------------------- 05 19 493 50 393 1 025 49 368 5 188 2 969 249
38 Cass County ---------------------- 05 38 521 162 455 19 067 143 388 22 377 5 327 836
39 Clark County ---------------------- 09 90 869 362 776 19 938 342 838 41 192 38 380 1 738
40 Clay County ---------------------- 07 25 762 101 173 2 383 98 790 14 100 3 801 776
41 Clinton County -------------------- 06 32 308 105 715 1 808 103 907 11 258 3 864 406
42 Crawford County ------------------ 09 10 309 41 401 826 40 575 7 668 1 563 –
43 Daviess County ------------------- 08 28 252 100 015 2 180 97 835 10 612 5 077 495
44 Dearborn County ------------------ 09 43 256 120 808 1 700 119 108 18 717 3 966 46
45 Decatur County ------------------- 02 24 776 76 172 1 361 74 811 12 022 2 764 –
46 De Kalb County ------------------- 04 37 509 113 446 19 323 94 123 8 763 3 953 –
47 Delaware County ------------------ 02 119 244 410 103 9 141 400 962 65 274 21 842 1 746
48 Dubois County -------------------- 09 38 180 114 128 8 590 105 538 9 403 5 502 1 022
49 Elkhart County -------------------- 03 163 995 417 700 6 773 410 927 46 091 14 123 533
50 Fayette County -------------------- 09 26 445 101 209 1 717 99 492 13 618 2 782 435
51 Floyd County --------------------- 09 69 095 232 651 7 009 225 642 39 970 7 415 1 026
52 Fountain County------------------- 07 17 996 79 315 1 055 78 260 18 031 2 511 –
53 Franklin County ------------------- 09 20 280 50 203 701 49 502 7 812 1 918 143
54 Fulton County --------------------- 05 19 653 61 223 1 202 60 021 3 853 2 351 –
55 Gibson County -------------------- 08 32 139 110 620 1 958 108 662 10 480 3 612 –
56 Grant County --------------------- 05 73 778 314 686 3 522 311 164 43 469 42 637 746
57 Greene County -------------------- 08 32 239 128 888 10 328 118 560 13 118 4 617 315
58 Hamilton County ------------------ 06 134 260 242 605 11 481 231 124 15 080 15 925 253
59 Hancock County------------------- 06 49 428 131 449 3 480 127 969 17 750 5 117 331
60 Harrison County ------------------- 09 31 891 91 768 2 185 89 583 10 691 4 682 –
61 Hendricks County ----------------- 07 84 107 183 209 7 246 175 963 11 702 7 693 207
62 Henry County --------------------- 02 06 48 969 174 283 2 246 172 037 24 410 4 961 281
63 Howard County ------------------- 05 82 996 296 269 7 245 289 024 38 396 16 864 1 074
64 Huntington County ----------------- 04 36 409 115 454 1 844 113 610 18 366 4 801 583
65 Jackson County ------------------- 09 39 530 123 702 4 089 119 613 13 705 4 894 407
66 Jasper County -------------------- 05 27 375 91 316 1 565 89 751 17 429 4 198 630
67 Jay County ----------------------- 02 04 21 786 75 895 698 75 197 10 018 2 244 191
68 Jefferson County ------------------ 09 30 537 113 337 6 062 107 275 18 618 4 608 1 013
69 Jennings County ------------------ 09 25 513 76 808 1 747 75 061 13 850 3 009 224
70 Johnson County ------------------- 02 06 99 023 269 880 8 719 261 161 25 596 14 460 3 084
71 Knox County ---------------------- 08 40 070 186 686 4 703 181 983 42 618 7 711 346
72 Kosciusko County ----------------- 03 05 67 958 167 370 3 388 163 982 12 029 7 768 426
73 Lagrange County ------------------ 04 31 226 58 515 979 57 536 3 880 2 931 58
74 Lake County ---------------------- 01 05 481 632 1 981 979 87 743 1 894 236 357 253 122 774 5 554
75 La Porte County ------------------- 03 109 628 343 263 9 590 333 673 38 016 11 879 1 294
76 Lawrence County ------------------ 08 44 365 161 192 3 488 157 704 21 724 7 305 865
77 Madison County ------------------- 02 132 768 514 491 6 475 508 016 84 568 15 690 1 524
78 Marion County -------------------- 06 10 818 014 4 801 423 857 908 3 943 515 1 104 882 787 313 347 921
79 Marshall County ------------------- 05 44 207 111 822 2 094 109 728 9 606 4 764 316
80 Martin County --------------------- 08 10 582 259 374 216 847 42 527 5 698 184 653 183 169
81 Miami County --------------------- 05 34 499 153 191 45 460 107 731 14 127 40 787 37 408
82 Monroe County-------------------- 07 08 113 833 399 038 28 306 370 732 134 172 20 389 3 013
83 Montgomery County --------------- 07 35 698 114 932 2 751 112 181 14 110 5 301 760
84 Morgan County-------------------- 06 07 61 000 161 742 4 253 157 489 20 844 5 809 340
85 Newton County-------------------- 05 14 131 41 407 434 40 973 5 066 1 860 –
86 Noble County --------------------- 04 39 972 101 922 1 311 100 611 9 118 4 152 –
87 Ohio County ---------------------- 09 5 452 16 884 313 16 571 3 788 645 –
88 Orange County -------------------- 08 18 848 67 095 1 144 65 951 10 727 2 206 –
89 Owen County --------------------- 07 19 224 51 513 1 338 50 175 6 043 2 144 259

See footnotes at end of table.


County Area 19

Fiscal Year 1996mCon.

Direct Federal expenditures or obligationsmCon. Other Federal assistance

Direct payments for individuals Procurement contract awards


Other Federal
Retirement and Department of expenditures or Guaranteed loans and
Total disability All other Total Defense obligations Direct loans insurance

13 005 8 629 4 376 2 308 1 398 917 168 1 221 1


27 846 17 637 10 209 969 552 973 721 4 598 2
15 639 11 296 4 343 248 – 1 064 732 8 577 3
98 443 68 124 30 319 11 780 5 179 2 422 1 137 14 739 4
50 149 33 164 16 985 616 – 2 391 5 679 14 567 5
463 799 327 025 136 774 65 599 57 964 4 042 2 770 85 868 6
858 836 585 065 273 771 147 442 138 776 4 095 17 434 228 775 7
99 243 69 554 29 689 23 869 10 715 1 714 1 588 6 934 8
562 716 398 470 164 246 17 229 1 285 7 874 9 174 86 612 9
20 273 14 688 5 585 281 – 2 124 1 417 9 381 10
14 708 10 380 4 328 2 891 2 688 1 805 768 16 979 11
66 614 45 517 21 097 1 566 812 5 020 4 189 22 966 12
20 750 13 646 7 104 417 68 2 919 2 779 23 322 13
130 878 94 622 36 256 1 792 293 4 741 5 496 26 260 14
322 250 220 659 101 591 6 068 730 4 775 2 245 62 246 15
55 065 37 749 17 316 2 225 1 741 1 937 1 541 7 854 16
287 161 201 940 85 221 32 983 4 694 6 726 5 993 75 402 17
37 079 26 224 10 855 575 169 1 730 2 480 5 366 18
53 474 37 046 16 428 677 – 4 804 5 147 45 084 19
46 606 30 185 16 421 702 67 3 093 4 271 14 588 20
51 466 34 768 16 698 653 – 5 022 4 517 20 059 21
59 499 40 723 18 776 721 – 3 570 1 887 11 141 22
170 204 118 931 51 273 4 642 3 054 6 538 9 181 50 490 23
704 548 473 085 231 463 24 653 14 649 9 892 4 163 378 888 24
188 955 132 058 56 897 125 465 111 514 1 988 10 812 16 691 25
639 264 449 537 189 727 63 556 50 365 5 261 2 197 132 386 26
70 644 48 391 22 253 883 – 3 789 2 973 39 027 27
2 271 033 4 142 2 266 891 – – 349 687 514 000 990 029 28
15 283 432 9 968 890 5 314 542 2 090 255 1 574 180 1 159 756 492 227 9 492 960 29
72 420 48 110 24 310 664 – 2 027 5 099 12 660 30
696 598 490 406 206 192 437 031 388 788 5 468 3 763 244 266 31
156 958 107 967 48 991 51 272 48 212 2 321 3 201 59 148 32
26 602 19 243 7 359 349 – 3 305 2 517 45 295 33
38 414 27 066 11 348 373 – 1 325 901 5 747 34
86 634 59 655 26 979 1 173 217 2 523 6 603 105 645 35
20 569 15 354 5 215 322 100 230 240 4 746 36
39 255 28 723 10 532 507 – 2 474 4 604 32 133 37
116 311 82 016 34 295 16 262 15 260 2 179 4 015 16 625 38
263 464 178 377 85 087 18 589 12 285 1 152 2 407 70 865 39
81 204 57 190 24 014 753 32 1 315 2 051 5 192 40
85 954 61 287 24 667 2 011 – 2 628 4 460 29 262 41
31 134 21 331 9 803 406 – 630 29 3 793 42
80 380 56 700 23 680 1 414 – 2 532 5 490 17 825 43
96 580 67 813 28 767 1 110 40 436 708 15 046 44
57 923 40 645 17 278 730 55 2 734 5 491 22 724 45
77 411 56 144 21 267 19 185 18 386 4 133 3 824 15 876 46
309 662 210 568 99 094 10 578 3 200 2 747 3 335 46 443 47
83 274 57 464 25 810 13 775 6 124 2 175 2 990 5 906 48
335 447 240 746 94 701 20 052 2 231 1 988 2 692 65 827 49
77 215 51 840 25 375 6 362 298 1 231 870 13 221 50
180 020 122 852 57 168 4 857 2 306 388 890 20 767 51
55 196 40 210 14 986 785 – 2 791 2 553 25 576 52
38 784 27 450 11 334 394 – 1 295 892 5 945 53
51 966 36 876 15 090 563 – 2 490 3 017 16 734 54
92 209 63 513 28 696 1 137 187 3 182 2 465 8 737 55
221 437 154 062 67 375 4 867 – 2 276 2 940 25 461 56
101 341 75 505 25 836 8 439 7 428 1 373 2 246 7 923 57
203 901 150 692 53 209 5 777 1 843 1 923 1 412 119 593 58
105 361 77 000 28 361 1 452 104 1 769 4 715 64 669 59
74 091 52 794 21 297 991 – 1 314 1 902 11 601 60
156 731 113 756 42 975 5 311 3 472 1 773 5 341 78 569 61
141 445 98 539 42 906 1 275 194 2 193 2 779 37 429 62
234 996 160 952 74 044 3 751 79 2 262 3 990 26 422 63
88 962 66 700 22 262 1 182 192 2 143 3 693 19 519 64
99 324 71 286 28 038 3 224 1 805 2 554 2 273 25 198 65
64 966 45 011 19 955 904 73 3 819 4 336 51 284 66
59 673 41 365 18 308 517 – 3 443 2 462 29 405 67
85 425 58 661 26 764 3 925 3 147 761 2 669 13 607 68
57 886 42 631 15 255 718 204 1 346 2 753 8 088 69
214 204 154 345 59 859 13 835 135 1 784 3 498 111 671 70
130 104 83 454 46 650 2 763 1 311 3 490 11 010 21 001 71
140 487 103 666 36 821 3 751 654 3 334 7 481 67 368 72
49 332 35 889 13 443 642 – 1 730 2 081 11 718 73
1 390 301 877 942 512 359 105 318 74 814 6 333 3 172 489 948 74
280 180 188 798 91 382 9 507 5 531 3 681 3 697 70 390 75
129 261 92 012 37 249 1 260 46 1 642 3 282 9 433 76
408 134 278 124 130 010 3 523 – 2 575 2 938 55 313 77
2 321 638 1 491 493 830 145 577 769 439 296 9 822 1 783 865 672 78
93 816 68 636 25 180 1 320 48 2 316 3 899 15 259 79
35 254 26 801 8 453 33 095 32 779 674 1 689 2 598 80
95 106 68 523 26 583 943 49 2 228 2 367 16 562 81
217 385 144 558 72 827 23 056 17 669 4 035 2 463 24 710 82
91 041 62 401 28 640 1 302 277 3 179 4 489 27 804 83
130 533 90 705 39 828 3 049 1 685 1 507 9 437 45 688 84
30 444 20 714 9 730 428 – 3 609 3 923 36 604 85
85 007 59 151 25 856 976 53 2 668 4 467 16 037 86
12 165 8 559 3 606 158 – 129 73 2 877 87
52 116 36 405 15 711 582 74 1 465 1 955 6 785 88
41 739 30 634 11 105 544 94 1 043 559 5 932 89
20 Consolidated Federal Funds Report

Federal Government Expenditures or Obligations by State and County Area:


[Thousand dollars]

Direct Federal expenditures or obligations

Congressional Total direct expenditures or obligations Salaries and wages


State and county area district United States
resident Department of All other Department of
population1 Total Defense agencies Grant awards Total Defense

IndianamCon.
1 Parke County --------------------- 07 15 868 66 359 9 967 56 392 9 217 2 441 348
2 Perry County---------------------- 09 18 998 68 191 2 940 65 251 11 832 3 756 927
3 Pike County ---------------------- 08 12 631 47 406 805 46 601 5 582 1 758 –
4 Porter County --------------------- 01 05 138 246 336 409 8 619 327 790 29 455 17 451 537
5 Posey County --------------------- 08 26 345 73 232 1 575 71 657 7 331 3 103 594
6 Pulaski County -------------------- 05 13 003 42 929 357 42 572 3 866 1 794 –
7 Putnam County ------------------- 07 32 520 91 678 2 181 89 497 10 385 3 826 376
8 Randolph County ------------------ 02 27 144 92 361 1 627 90 734 9 749 3 961 446
9 Ripley County --------------------- 09 26 418 89 328 2 022 87 306 11 614 3 749 –
10 Rush County ---------------------- 02 18 488 58 857 957 57 900 6 101 2 382 –
11 St. Joseph County ----------------- 03 255 435 1 366 465 377 184 989 281 126 796 60 742 9 802
12 Scott County ---------------------- 09 22 139 82 602 1 966 80 636 15 821 3 143 708
13 Shelby County -------------------- 02 42 183 139 664 9 272 130 392 29 876 9 034 5 578
14 Spencer County ------------------- 09 20 145 59 388 1 180 58 208 8 261 2 892 –
15 Starke County--------------------- 03 05 22 334 68 846 446 68 400 8 605 2 484 –
16 Steuben County ------------------- 04 29 272 85 057 1 817 83 240 4 086 3 405 276
17 Sullivan County ------------------- 08 19 297 80 654 1 450 79 204 9 029 2 935 163
18 Switzerland County ---------------- 09 8 136 26 699 316 26 383 4 988 1 204 –
19 Tippecanoe County ---------------- 07 134 428 441 110 25 226 415 884 140 602 27 578 4 006
20 Tipton County --------------------- 06 16 348 48 990 1 665 47 325 3 504 1 917 199
21 Union County --------------------- 09 7 279 21 036 380 20 656 2 365 737 –
22 Vanderburgh County --------------- 08 167 447 755 517 92 203 663 314 103 490 43 255 4 068
23 Vermillion County------------------ 05 07 16 753 66 800 7 982 58 818 7 324 2 338 356
24 Vigo County ---------------------- 07 107 141 479 961 40 668 439 293 68 860 69 686 20 112
25 Wabash County ------------------- 05 34 822 105 727 1 632 104 095 11 063 4 109 190
26 Warren County -------------------- 05 8 200 29 055 274 28 781 8 177 1 037 110
27 Warrick County-------------------- 08 48 626 124 646 3 435 121 211 20 687 5 312 562
28 Washington County ---------------- 09 25 454 77 039 1 836 75 203 12 907 2 782 489
29 Wayne County -------------------- 02 72 399 282 820 4 925 277 895 48 935 8 396 1 019
30 Wells County --------------------- 04 26 293 68 327 1 114 67 213 5 935 2 833 347
31 White County --------------------- 05 24 203 85 936 1 599 84 337 8 360 3 266 217
32 Whitley County -------------------- 04 29 040 78 859 935 77 924 5 017 3 261 –
33 State undistributed----------------- 1 813 810 – 1 813 810 229 992 – –
34 Iowa ------------------------------- 2 829 305 13 414 932 635 306 12 779 626 2 099 279 944 096 123 983
35 Adair County ---------------------- 04 8 331 32 103 208 31 895 4 192 1 397 –
36 Adams County -------------------- 03 4 553 21 481 350 21 131 2 318 1 438 155
37 Allamakee County ----------------- 02 13 942 49 709 587 49 122 5 490 2 708 –
38 Appanoose County ---------------- 03 13 745 64 072 1 771 62 301 9 782 3 475 606
39 Audubon County ------------------ 04 6 957 31 976 434 31 542 3 548 1 640 186
40 Benton County -------------------- 02 23 683 78 626 922 77 704 10 618 2 900 –
41 Black Hawk County ---------------- 02 123 703 456 421 9 282 447 139 70 415 29 368 4 647
42 Boone County--------------------- 05 25 279 114 354 5 158 109 196 33 285 6 420 3 300
43 Bremer County -------------------- 02 23 119 82 872 1 906 80 966 15 793 2 723 69
44 Buchanan County ----------------- 02 21 304 71 087 594 70 493 10 277 3 099 –
45 Buena Vista County---------------- 05 20 077 87 636 1 168 86 468 8 477 5 198 585
46 Butler County --------------------- 02 15 719 62 706 439 62 267 6 719 2 347 –
47 Calhoun County ------------------- 05 11 573 50 695 608 50 087 4 550 2 075 –
48 Carroll County -------------------- 05 21 466 83 759 919 82 840 12 949 4 521 238
49 Cass County ---------------------- 04 15 112 65 125 921 64 204 7 276 3 473 130
50 Cedar County --------------------- 01 17 552 59 041 442 58 599 5 235 4 099 –
51 Cerro Gordo County --------------- 02 46 561 191 914 3 721 188 193 28 969 8 455 758
52 Cherokee County ------------------ 05 13 830 55 260 1 336 53 924 6 137 2 534 234
53 Chickasaw County ----------------- 02 13 382 79 776 461 79 315 4 255 2 277 –
54 Clarke County--------------------- 03 8 173 32 373 408 31 965 4 079 1 427 –
55 Clay County ---------------------- 05 17 635 67 977 1 143 66 834 9 360 3 889 343
56 Clayton County-------------------- 02 18 847 70 690 2 547 68 143 6 550 4 165 373
57 Clinton County -------------------- 01 50 941 199 298 3 032 196 266 33 367 6 999 459
58 Crawford County ------------------ 05 16 493 74 307 944 73 363 9 990 4 565 411
59 Dallas County --------------------- 04 32 084 101 381 1 636 99 745 12 251 4 800 213
60 Davis County --------------------- 03 8 465 31 121 351 30 770 3 413 1 535 –
61 Decatur County ------------------- 03 8 076 36 450 420 36 030 6 701 1 984 –
62 Delaware County ------------------ 02 18 331 52 392 1 180 51 212 5 387 2 726 –
63 Des Moines County ---------------- 03 42 866 220 930 44 232 176 698 21 680 9 326 1 969
64 Dickinson County ------------------ 05 15 475 59 515 1 040 58 475 4 136 2 284 –
65 Dubuque County ------------------ 02 88 216 286 650 7 459 279 191 32 112 15 842 2 835
66 Emmet County -------------------- 05 11 268 54 020 1 057 52 963 5 977 2 319 272
67 Fayette County -------------------- 02 21 908 86 855 2 420 84 435 9 870 4 486 358
68 Floyd County --------------------- 02 16 699 73 968 691 73 277 9 812 2 706 171
69 Franklin County ------------------- 05 11 078 44 579 534 44 045 5 068 2 088 171
70 Fremont County ------------------- 04 8 213 37 588 752 36 836 4 902 1 603 –
71 Greene County -------------------- 05 10 045 43 975 476 43 499 3 430 2 146 69
72 Grundy County -------------------- 02 12 128 42 908 569 42 339 2 150 1 774 –
73 Guthrie County -------------------- 04 11 285 48 433 386 48 047 5 288 2 609 –
74 Hamilton County ------------------ 05 16 027 61 858 501 61 357 6 680 2 415 –
75 Hancock County------------------- 05 12 138 45 061 300 44 761 3 816 2 109 25
76 Hardin County -------------------- 05 18 592 85 508 1 069 84 439 8 383 3 676 –
77 Harrison County ------------------- 04 14 939 66 599 1 388 65 211 10 933 3 822 346
78 Henry County --------------------- 03 19 703 64 955 1 230 63 725 7 914 3 556 438
79 Howard County ------------------- 02 9 881 38 536 950 37 586 3 793 1 542 –
80 Humboldt County ------------------ 05 10 374 45 738 544 45 194 5 187 2 541 –
81 Ida County------------------------ 05 8 291 31 517 461 31 056 2 591 1 413 –
82 Iowa County ---------------------- 02 14 915 52 867 343 52 524 3 955 3 069 –
83 Jackson County ------------------- 02 20 263 75 375 1 321 74 054 8 032 3 571 447
84 Jasper County -------------------- 03 35 096 119 225 1 549 117 676 12 254 5 128 307
85 Jefferson County ------------------ 03 16 856 52 260 1 736 50 524 7 020 4 146 990
86 Johnson County ------------------- 01 100 003 439 894 13 414 426 480 134 541 61 017 5 249
87 Jones County --------------------- 01 19 951 62 081 606 61 475 5 405 2 809 –
88 Keokuk County -------------------- 03 11 516 54 656 481 54 175 4 663 2 896 –
89 Kossuth County ------------------- 05 18 180 70 079 682 69 397 5 970 3 630 313

See footnotes at end of table.


County Area 21

Fiscal Year 1996mCon.

Direct Federal expenditures or obligationsmCon. Other Federal assistance

Direct payments for individuals Procurement contract awards


Other Federal
Retirement and Department of expenditures or Guaranteed loans and
Total disability All other Total Defense obligations Direct loans insurance

43 239 30 886 12 353 9 332 8 788 2 130 3 343 12 693 1


50 499 34 891 15 608 1 545 1 027 560 171 3 625 2
38 400 26 032 12 368 478 118 1 188 1 915 4 202 3
278 949 191 913 87 036 8 023 4 935 2 531 2 175 85 119 4
59 470 39 554 19 916 897 100 2 431 1 844 11 007 5
34 048 24 280 9 768 416 33 2 805 4 676 22 804 6
74 274 52 332 21 942 808 62 2 384 3 868 16 330 7
75 318 53 150 22 168 811 – 2 523 2 903 13 171 8
67 915 47 460 20 455 4 278 925 1 772 1 649 7 222 9
46 625 31 840 14 785 711 148 3 039 2 635 20 718 10
695 069 465 321 229 748 479 874 356 432 3 983 4 601 92 584 11
61 720 41 267 20 453 818 303 1 101 4 252 6 780 12
95 797 66 155 29 642 2 474 1 675 2 483 3 844 44 377 13
45 937 32 477 13 460 574 – 1 724 3 297 7 119 14
54 570 39 633 14 937 579 – 2 608 1 713 19 958 15
73 395 51 876 21 519 1 071 339 3 100 6 379 15 312 16
65 687 43 224 22 463 964 333 2 039 4 437 12 999 17
19 883 13 374 6 509 270 – 354 3 230 4 510 18
259 884 175 931 83 953 9 775 4 370 3 271 5 454 79 411 19
40 773 27 779 12 994 1 259 702 1 537 1 146 14 177 20
16 637 11 879 4 758 180 – 1 117 1 367 4 453 21
514 859 348 964 165 895 90 667 80 313 3 247 739 78 504 22
48 445 34 642 13 803 7 461 6 922 1 232 1 517 20 165 23
317 875 206 905 110 970 21 065 14 598 2 475 1 344 56 797 24
86 584 64 532 22 052 1 217 160 2 755 1 712 19 994 25
16 850 11 503 5 347 216 – 2 776 3 942 32 062 26
95 591 68 664 26 927 1 512 384 1 545 3 822 17 176 27
58 183 40 275 17 908 769 – 2 396 2 008 9 719 28
219 851 149 195 70 656 2 782 693 2 855 2 272 25 177 29
56 713 40 751 15 962 807 – 2 038 3 502 12 573 30
69 839 49 800 20 039 789 – 3 681 9 589 47 608 31
66 769 48 901 17 868 1 029 43 2 783 3 201 11 975 32
638 415 2 199 636 216 – – 945 404 200 800 5 324 496 33
7 817 743 5 263 166 2 554 577 777 558 371 832 1 776 255 874 399 4 783 971 34
21 819 15 323 6 496 271 – 4 424 2 623 25 610 35
13 791 9 660 4 131 248 – 3 686 1 611 14 051 36
35 472 26 311 9 161 894 – 5 144 3 049 11 707 37
46 935 34 064 12 871 1 010 348 2 869 3 940 8 581 38
21 541 14 743 6 798 327 – 4 921 4 702 34 231 39
57 213 40 918 16 295 843 48 7 052 15 231 62 064 40
345 202 232 134 113 068 5 858 628 5 578 6 969 92 326 41
69 132 50 650 18 482 1 027 182 4 490 3 222 49 091 42
58 247 40 817 17 430 1 885 1 244 4 224 8 640 36 462 43
51 420 36 448 14 972 687 – 5 604 9 489 41 022 44
57 510 39 505 18 005 11 135 – 5 316 5 914 57 982 45
46 189 32 324 13 865 529 – 6 923 6 544 40 701 46
38 561 27 675 10 886 505 – 5 004 2 599 56 245 47
60 851 42 534 18 317 953 – 4 486 4 374 51 630 48
49 268 34 633 14 635 613 – 4 495 4 595 36 034 49
41 379 29 321 12 058 1 369 – 6 960 8 656 50 320 50
141 271 99 829 41 442 6 252 1 303 6 966 17 144 57 279 51
40 830 29 656 11 174 1 170 684 4 590 6 326 55 866 52
34 449 24 668 9 781 33 241 – 5 554 10 307 31 390 53
22 565 15 608 6 957 322 49 3 979 1 185 8 014 54
47 264 34 373 12 891 790 81 6 674 6 021 48 757 55
50 023 36 316 13 707 1 952 1 218 7 999 6 508 25 774 56
147 430 102 751 44 679 2 394 802 9 108 12 657 58 679 57
44 581 30 719 13 862 8 554 – 6 617 6 662 68 015 58
78 507 56 758 21 749 1 056 66 4 766 6 942 47 713 59
21 568 15 650 5 918 317 – 4 289 2 406 10 630 60
23 285 16 252 7 033 419 – 4 061 1 659 10 215 61
36 528 26 622 9 906 1 220 646 6 531 8 564 39 187 62
144 334 89 792 54 542 42 386 40 505 3 202 2 392 35 547 63
48 434 36 199 12 235 557 – 4 104 3 427 25 946 64
227 286 155 497 71 789 5 730 2 046 5 679 5 352 32 001 65
36 974 25 248 11 726 3 970 411 4 780 8 308 35 094 66
62 789 44 166 18 623 2 040 1 229 7 671 10 287 52 186 67
55 124 38 778 16 346 563 – 5 763 11 459 35 597 68
30 364 22 376 7 988 441 – 6 618 17 999 49 090 69
26 987 18 819 8 168 360 – 3 736 2 600 40 324 70
32 907 24 668 8 239 462 – 5 030 2 410 55 937 71
33 900 24 973 8 927 417 – 4 668 5 400 42 878 72
34 493 25 091 9 402 549 – 5 494 2 269 32 336 73
46 550 32 458 14 092 658 – 5 555 6 136 56 405 74
32 553 24 082 8 471 469 – 6 112 11 400 52 408 75
62 356 44 840 17 516 5 579 242 5 514 9 999 52 194 76
46 232 32 258 13 974 679 50 4 933 3 167 51 233 77
48 018 35 228 12 790 728 – 4 738 5 218 25 855 78
26 584 19 045 7 539 810 461 5 806 8 601 29 230 79
33 542 24 382 9 160 473 – 3 996 3 499 45 036 80
23 147 17 003 6 144 282 – 4 084 6 440 47 432 81
37 807 27 964 9 843 631 – 7 405 3 960 30 368 82
56 397 39 315 17 082 714 27 6 662 4 587 19 575 83
93 902 67 393 26 509 1 158 – 6 783 6 624 53 309 84
36 147 25 155 10 992 683 – 4 264 3 132 22 813 85
150 436 103 627 46 809 87 759 1 861 6 141 4 208 73 708 86
45 261 33 203 12 058 2 712 – 5 894 8 329 36 886 87
37 853 27 125 10 728 661 – 8 583 3 916 33 197 88
49 561 36 563 12 998 857 – 10 062 17 773 101 958 89
22 Consolidated Federal Funds Report

Federal Government Expenditures or Obligations by State and County Area:


[Thousand dollars]

Direct Federal expenditures or obligations

Congressional Total direct expenditures or obligations Salaries and wages


State and county area district United States
resident Department of All other Department of
population1 Total Defense agencies Grant awards Total Defense

IowamCon.
1 Lee County ----------------------- 03 39 017 146 585 3 570 143 015 22 449 6 503 598
2 Linn County----------------------- 01 176 814 864 987 282 599 582 388 93 492 51 766 7 133
3 Louisa County -------------------- 01 11 690 42 940 338 42 602 7 559 2 517 –
4 Lucas County --------------------- 03 8 984 39 971 784 39 187 4 629 1 954 358
5 Lyon County ---------------------- 05 11 893 40 544 304 40 240 3 672 1 669 –
6 Madison County ------------------- 04 13 034 44 877 425 44 452 4 809 2 129 –
7 Mahaska County ------------------ 03 21 760 83 143 3 713 79 430 11 388 3 635 350
8 Marion County -------------------- 03 30 664 146 446 4 580 141 866 13 464 35 490 750
9 Marshall County ------------------- 03 38 148 163 744 5 543 158 201 27 194 6 351 438
10 Mills County ---------------------- 04 13 645 78 581 1 889 76 692 34 686 2 400 181
11 Mitchell County-------------------- 02 11 037 44 131 367 43 764 3 234 1 886 –
12 Monona County ------------------- 05 10 066 51 891 834 51 057 6 288 2 687 237
13 Monroe County-------------------- 03 8 146 36 207 343 35 864 4 514 1 430 –
14 Montgomery County --------------- 04 12 023 53 374 1 407 51 967 5 937 2 800 435
15 Muscatine County ----------------- 01 41 238 127 080 3 512 123 568 17 156 5 903 472
16 O’Brien County -------------------- 05 15 374 60 078 796 59 282 5 311 3 007 240
17 Osceola County ------------------- 05 7 141 26 953 118 26 835 1 581 1 260 –
18 Page County ---------------------- 03 16 739 72 482 1 598 70 884 10 592 3 177 193
19 Palo Alto County ------------------ 05 10 421 48 645 641 48 004 6 511 1 897 –
20 Plymouth County ------------------ 05 24 280 81 016 1 372 79 644 10 449 4 462 362
21 Pocahontas County ---------------- 05 9 129 41 780 665 41 115 3 688 1 940 298
22 Polk County ---------------------- 04 345 896 2 539 029 92 899 2 446 130 539 967 307 373 49 898
23 Pottawattamie County -------------- 04 83 389 673 419 7 285 666 134 49 974 11 561 1 583
24 Poweshiek County ----------------- 03 19 018 69 482 970 68 512 6 892 2 590 –
25 Ringgold County ------------------ 03 5 413 27 120 406 26 714 2 752 1 484 –
26 Sac County ----------------------- 05 12 141 49 342 652 48 690 4 193 2 470 103
27 Scott County ---------------------- 01 155 950 584 324 35 304 549 020 87 485 54 249 8 261
28 Shelby County -------------------- 04 13 116 54 916 352 54 564 6 271 2 482 –
29 Sioux County --------------------- 05 31 028 96 905 463 96 442 7 668 4 444 92
30 Story County ---------------------- 03 74 837 305 763 7 587 298 176 77 633 39 551 2 614
31 Tama County --------------------- 02 17 784 69 525 670 68 855 7 869 3 754 –
32 Taylor County --------------------- 03 7 118 35 420 252 35 168 4 750 1 761 –
33 Union County --------------------- 03 12 468 58 191 565 57 626 7 042 3 751 –
34 Van Buren County ----------------- 03 7 717 33 295 425 32 870 3 414 1 976 –
35 Wapello County ------------------- 03 35 918 159 037 2 733 156 304 24 017 6 382 355
36 Warren County -------------------- 03 38 506 95 276 1 790 93 486 11 724 4 869 –
37 Washington County ---------------- 03 20 279 83 364 1 532 81 832 17 037 3 268 656
38 Wayne County -------------------- 03 6 939 36 122 446 35 676 3 563 1 973 –
39 Webster County ------------------- 05 39 498 172 966 4 932 168 034 21 472 14 849 2 727
40 Winnebago County ---------------- 05 11 935 46 138 752 45 386 4 097 2 185 –
41 Winneshiek County ---------------- 02 21 009 66 247 1 065 65 182 7 386 4 063 479
42 Woodbury County ----------------- 05 101 189 387 078 28 289 358 789 55 853 42 220 18 100
43 Worth County --------------------- 02 7 874 31 998 379 31 619 2 758 1 551 –
44 Wright County--------------------- 05 14 201 64 632 1 081 63 551 5 655 3 666 403
45 State undistributed----------------- 609 657 – 609 657 164 262 – –

46 Kansas ---------------------------- 2 554 075 12 359 419 1 856 232 10 503 187 1 737 041 1 700 085 786 825
47 Allen County ---------------------- 02 14 794 57 573 2 317 55 256 8 717 3 262 1 117
48 Anderson County ------------------ 02 7 905 32 437 907 31 530 2 581 1 790 191
49 Atchison County ------------------- 02 16 755 85 370 4 321 81 049 10 941 2 417 175
50 Barber County -------------------- 01 5 609 35 705 255 35 450 9 984 1 269 –
51 Barton County -------------------- 01 28 897 111 811 1 742 110 069 12 231 4 324 316

52 Bourbon County ------------------- 02 14 863 69 495 1 309 68 186 9 445 4 481 117
53 Brown County --------------------- 02 11 031 53 910 1 497 52 413 10 389 3 449 562
54 Butler County --------------------- 04 55 736 152 908 6 496 146 412 16 450 6 566 1 047
55 Chase County--------------------- 01 2 917 26 341 228 26 113 15 022 960 –
56 Chautauqua County --------------- 04 4 372 21 792 613 21 179 3 390 916 –

57 Cherokee County ------------------ 02 22 054 93 586 2 107 91 479 20 476 2 830 202
58 Cheyenne County ----------------- 01 3 266 17 080 106 16 974 498 589 –
59 Clark County ---------------------- 01 2 409 14 396 101 14 295 1 386 391 –
60 Clay County ---------------------- 01 9 266 39 434 2 356 37 078 3 112 1 629 102
61 Cloud County --------------------- 01 10 516 51 564 1 123 50 441 5 688 2 281 218

62 Coffey County--------------------- 02 8 651 34 141 1 533 32 608 3 757 1 951 386


63 Comanche County ----------------- 01 2 151 13 701 140 13 561 2 287 316 –
64 Cowley County -------------------- 04 37 240 168 176 22 906 145 270 29 620 4 890 884
65 Crawford County ------------------ 02 36 333 159 301 3 751 155 550 25 853 6 302 940
66 Decatur County ------------------- 01 3 586 17 406 191 17 215 1 117 905 –

67 Dickinson County ------------------ 01 19 726 117 994 7 600 110 394 7 646 4 415 124
68 Doniphan County ------------------ 02 7 625 30 985 905 30 080 3 563 1 743 245
69 Douglas County ------------------- 02 03 88 032 264 264 21 748 242 516 65 977 26 665 3 742
70 Edwards County------------------- 01 3 557 22 401 179 22 222 2 414 995 –
71 Elk County------------------------ 04 3 332 17 258 533 16 725 1 629 957 –

72 Ellis County ----------------------- 01 26 016 99 158 3 010 96 148 16 386 8 370 1 637
73 Ellsworth County ------------------ 01 6 459 28 277 393 27 884 2 654 959 –
74 Finney County -------------------- 01 34 726 86 553 966 85 587 15 694 6 398 297
75 Ford County ---------------------- 01 28 477 93 726 1 502 92 224 12 907 9 264 587
76 Franklin County ------------------- 02 23 208 85 276 2 639 82 637 10 739 3 929 784

77 Geary County --------------------- 02 31 099 541 407 460 075 81 332 16 934 368 376 365 532
78 Gove County---------------------- 01 3 162 15 623 25 15 598 940 892 –
79 Graham County ------------------- 01 3 390 18 770 173 18 597 1 469 835 –
80 Grant County --------------------- 01 7 676 21 468 226 21 242 3 070 896 –
81 Gray County ---------------------- 01 5 380 20 377 205 20 172 1 311 856 –

82 Greeley County ------------------- 01 1 803 13 448 82 13 366 1 182 308 –


83 Greenwood County ---------------- 04 7 995 46 941 919 46 022 11 898 2 169 244
84 Hamilton County ------------------ 01 2 311 19 823 62 19 761 814 437 –
85 Harper County -------------------- 04 6 694 36 275 509 35 766 4 395 1 702 15
86 Harvey County -------------------- 04 31 727 125 406 2 015 123 391 24 210 3 533 141

See footnotes at end of table.


County Area 23

Fiscal Year 1996mCon.

Direct Federal expenditures or obligationsmCon. Other Federal assistance

Direct payments for individuals Procurement contract awards


Other Federal
Retirement and Department of expenditures or Guaranteed loans and
Total disability All other Total Defense obligations Direct loans insurance

111 428 77 069 34 359 2 555 1 465 3 650 2 276 28 690 1


407 456 293 366 114 090 304 991 263 412 7 283 5 770 105 911 2
27 595 20 301 7 294 585 – 4 683 3 866 28 559 3
29 327 21 179 8 148 330 – 3 732 1 344 7 917 4
28 959 21 262 7 697 1 923 – 4 321 6 302 48 950 5
34 098 23 520 10 578 462 – 3 378 1 765 20 221 6
58 499 40 927 17 572 3 164 2 435 6 457 4 558 34 823 7
88 454 66 134 22 320 5 034 2 792 4 004 4 994 23 871 8
111 946 83 345 28 601 11 600 3 711 6 654 6 105 49 922 9
37 887 26 583 11 304 484 – 3 125 4 056 36 873 10
33 779 24 582 9 197 455 – 4 777 10 271 41 023 11
36 844 24 758 12 086 682 175 5 391 2 105 43 350 12
27 478 18 933 8 545 270 – 2 515 3 240 8 248 13
40 523 27 746 12 777 560 – 3 555 3 373 27 125 14
95 592 69 076 26 516 4 311 1 761 4 118 6 366 46 570 15
46 254 33 353 12 901 619 – 4 886 6 703 48 317 16
19 865 14 514 5 351 802 – 3 445 4 415 39 467 17
53 658 38 858 14 800 672 – 4 383 2 174 27 314 18
33 394 24 040 9 354 504 – 6 338 7 217 51 710 19
57 587 41 552 16 035 1 165 356 7 352 6 104 77 163 20
30 615 21 764 8 851 372 – 5 166 3 485 55 872 21
822 395 573 119 249 276 74 912 15 513 794 381 5 958 315 030 22
236 623 166 587 70 036 5 850 46 369 410 7 562 147 248 23
51 876 36 462 15 414 609 – 7 514 4 359 32 880 24
17 049 12 385 4 664 364 – 5 471 3 843 12 404 25
37 677 27 274 10 403 484 – 4 518 5 975 60 937 26
401 858 295 476 106 382 34 999 20 023 5 733 5 534 146 821 27
40 530 26 994 13 536 507 – 5 126 3 718 54 909 28
66 837 47 110 19 727 10 947 28 7 010 7 435 68 017 29
146 251 98 053 48 198 36 814 695 5 516 5 915 73 055 30
49 091 35 627 13 464 698 – 8 112 7 997 43 756 31
21 432 15 433 5 999 1 978 – 5 499 4 021 16 627 32
43 218 28 598 14 620 631 – 3 549 2 620 13 673 33
23 628 16 749 6 879 405 – 3 870 1 486 13 838 34
123 834 85 838 37 996 1 400 – 3 404 3 290 24 350 35
73 862 52 648 21 214 990 – 3 831 5 269 24 580 36
55 553 40 765 14 788 732 ~55 6 773 6 056 34 975 37
24 937 17 086 7 851 451 43 5 197 1 621 12 977 38
128 017 88 287 39 730 2 686 456 5 942 4 047 71 163 39
33 409 23 980 9 429 773 – 5 674 17 913 37 806 40
46 352 31 253 15 099 709 – 7 736 4 719 21 266 41
269 472 186 398 83 074 9 841 4 845 9 692 8 992 124 611 42
22 284 16 190 6 094 372 – 5 034 9 313 38 426 43
48 578 35 268 13 310 698 – 6 034 5 638 56 839 44
358 969 1 214 357 755 – – 86 426 287 200 187 770 45

7 157 452 4 766 131 2 391 321 1 109 643 779 583 655 199 171 429 2 620 736 46
43 714 30 812 12 902 652 160 1 228 1 169 11 325 47
26 369 18 542 7 827 372 – 1 326 1 321 9 924 48
49 546 33 154 16 392 20 834 2 768 1 632 2 221 14 457 49
21 273 14 609 6 664 281 – 2 898 1 514 9 169 50
87 840 59 951 27 889 3 786 59 3 631 2 580 36 582 51

52 543 34 373 18 170 1 045 – 1 980 534 8 852 52


36 036 24 377 11 659 973 – 3 065 757 26 004 53
125 529 88 778 36 751 1 705 71 2 657 2 360 37 950 54
9 730 6 712 3 018 198 – 431 91 2 474 55
16 583 11 304 5 279 444 230 460 203 508 56

67 147 45 039 22 108 1 170 388 1 963 2 083 12 057 57


12 178 8 227 3 951 124 – 3 692 1 161 18 990 58
9 124 6 037 3 087 79 – 3 416 353 3 678 59
31 761 22 871 8 890 397 59 2 535 894 15 468 60
40 533 26 837 13 696 1 021 31 2 041 1 735 19 380 61

26 016 17 033 8 983 694 367 1 723 4 755 10 435 62


8 564 6 147 2 417 68 – 2 467 274 5 420 63
107 560 76 090 31 470 24 047 19 142 2 060 741 25 530 64
123 949 82 056 41 893 1 190 27 2 008 3 248 17 813 65
13 492 9 385 4 107 214 – 1 679 1 612 15 690 66

65 428 49 375 16 053 37 056 3 019 3 449 1 555 28 618 67


22 729 15 214 7 515 389 – 2 560 1 089 43 625 68
155 352 104 905 50 447 14 414 10 320 1 855 2 455 42 985 69
13 233 8 606 4 627 225 – 5 535 1 129 18 582 70
13 567 9 273 4 294 392 189 714 158 1 062 71

69 914 44 053 25 861 971 – 3 517 972 32 918 72


22 198 14 064 8 134 274 – 2 193 677 9 313 73
56 336 39 139 17 197 691 60 7 435 2 832 41 780 74
63 664 44 722 18 942 1 869 – 6 022 1 565 38 805 75
68 448 44 158 24 290 645 30 1 515 1 019 12 355 76

81 205 67 923 13 282 74 290 73 561 602 229 15 316 77


10 578 6 871 3 707 191 – 3 022 431 16 629 78
11 443 7 671 3 772 169 – 4 855 119 9 575 79
13 282 9 058 4 224 191 – 4 030 1 106 28 582 80
11 536 8 451 3 085 191 – 6 484 955 25 123 81

4 568 3 574 994 56 – 7 334 360 12 792 82


31 723 21 669 10 054 489 61 662 624 2 670 83
8 452 5 570 2 882 79 – 10 041 506 9 997 84
25 399 17 417 7 982 406 46 4 373 582 13 505 85
94 553 66 518 28 035 1 296 375 1 814 847 44 486 86
24 Consolidated Federal Funds Report

Federal Government Expenditures or Obligations by State and County Area:


[Thousand dollars]

Direct Federal expenditures or obligations

Congressional Total direct expenditures or obligations Salaries and wages


State and county area district United States
resident Department of All other Department of
population1 Total Defense agencies Grant awards Total Defense

KansasmCon.
1 Haskell County -------------------- 01 3 994 15 338 50 15 288 736 729 –
2 Hodgeman County----------------- 01 2 242 11 988 126 11 862 1 217 574 –
3 Jackson County ------------------- 02 11 634 41 082 1 307 39 775 5 030 2 942 232
4 Jefferson County ------------------ 02 16 822 52 301 2 140 50 161 4 837 2 883 353
5 Jewell County --------------------- 01 3 943 20 268 584 19 684 1 129 1 598 215
6 Johnson County ------------------- 03 392 983 1 244 367 32 982 1 211 385 87 718 177 728 6 437
7 Kearny County -------------------- 01 4 139 17 275 76 17 199 1 552 350 –
8 Kingman County ------------------ 04 8 469 37 155 673 36 482 3 130 1 829 60
9 Kiowa County --------------------- 01 3 605 20 237 202 20 035 1 834 905 –
10 Labette County -------------------- 02 23 149 117 100 12 418 104 682 24 926 4 397 1 013
11 Lane County ---------------------- 01 2 322 11 933 85 11 848 496 347 –
12 Leavenworth County --------------- 02 68 853 533 912 272 470 261 442 26 552 231 702 158 923
13 Lincoln County -------------------- 01 3 454 17 645 476 17 169 1 625 1 166 205
14 Linn County----------------------- 02 8 571 41 643 789 40 854 5 321 1 866 120
15 Logan County --------------------- 01 3 145 16 672 102 16 570 1 551 642 –
16 Lyon County ---------------------- 01 34 704 106 758 2 331 104 427 14 789 6 646 595
17 McPherson County ---------------- 01 28 101 124 326 3 318 121 008 26 588 3 837 386
18 Marion County -------------------- 01 04 13 077 57 727 2 731 54 996 6 255 2 822 234
19 Marshall County ------------------- 01 11 271 55 980 6 168 49 812 4 156 3 186 349
20 Meade County -------------------- 01 4 289 21 147 99 21 048 2 525 586 –
21 Miami County --------------------- 03 24 722 78 421 1 530 76 891 10 429 3 140 279
22 Mitchell County-------------------- 01 7 080 30 717 500 30 217 2 290 1 692 11
23 Montgomery County --------------- 04 37 706 173 272 4 851 168 421 23 341 7 063 849
24 Morris County --------------------- 01 6 321 27 749 1 744 26 005 2 293 1 704 391
25 Morton County -------------------- 01 3 399 19 487 129 19 358 3 284 668 –
26 Nemaha County ------------------- 02 10 443 44 002 863 43 139 5 083 2 681 239
27 Neosho County ------------------- 02 16 967 72 169 1 798 70 371 11 527 3 135 213
28 Ness County ---------------------- 01 3 840 21 395 116 21 279 1 006 1 335 –
29 Norton County -------------------- 01 5 744 28 019 487 27 532 3 918 1 361 214
30 Osage County -------------------- 02 16 325 62 146 3 337 58 809 6 866 3 643 1 123
31 Osborne County ------------------- 01 4 695 25 841 280 25 561 2 773 1 338 –
32 Ottawa County -------------------- 01 5 635 23 054 529 22 525 2 496 1 038 –
33 Pawnee County ------------------- 01 7 721 33 489 1 146 32 343 2 432 2 561 706
34 Phillips County -------------------- 01 6 362 28 827 542 28 285 2 441 1 832 188
35 Pottawatomie County -------------- 02 17 425 53 859 2 551 51 308 4 614 2 641 58
36 Pratt County ---------------------- 01 9 605 46 165 840 45 325 3 638 1 744 31
37 Rawlins County ------------------- 01 3 299 15 227 123 15 104 1 427 784 –
38 Reno County---------------------- 01 62 551 246 870 6 115 240 755 35 930 12 363 1 570
39 Republic County------------------- 01 6 240 35 325 668 34 657 7 839 1 721 135
40 Rice County ---------------------- 01 10 321 43 621 719 42 902 4 441 2 000 –
41 Riley County ---------------------- 02 67 779 188 993 32 176 156 817 40 568 18 309 5 001
42 Rooks County --------------------- 01 5 936 29 702 354 29 348 2 048 1 120 –
43 Rush County ---------------------- 01 3 566 22 217 230 21 987 1 337 1 060 –
44 Russell County -------------------- 01 7 668 42 272 786 41 486 6 265 1 798 175
45 Saline County --------------------- 01 51 434 200 604 12 899 187 705 26 302 17 554 4 064
46 Scott County ---------------------- 01 5 157 18 512 158 18 354 1 210 836 55
47 Sedgwick County ------------------ 04 419 369 2 165 883 702 906 1 462 977 202 488 363 035 184 637
48 Seward County-------------------- 01 19 123 73 061 17 315 55 746 9 216 4 154 142
49 Shawnee County ------------------ 02 165 122 1 236 945 90 585 1 146 360 409 262 145 659 33 714
50 Sheridan County ------------------ 01 2 826 12 652 50 12 602 629 492 –
51 Sherman County ------------------ 01 6 886 32 585 545 32 040 3 902 2 373 168
52 Smith County --------------------- 01 4 806 26 154 2 286 23 868 1 688 1 637 187
53 Stafford County ------------------- 01 5 232 27 401 254 27 147 3 378 1 487 –
54 Stanton County ------------------- 01 2 299 15 182 6 15 176 615 291 –
55 Stevens County ------------------- 01 5 177 22 237 28 22 209 1 814 894 –
56 Sumner County ------------------- 04 26 436 102 061 2 431 99 630 12 116 4 390 124
57 Thomas County ------------------- 01 8 341 33 896 484 33 412 3 267 2 281 207
58 Trego County --------------------- 01 3 470 17 224 194 17 030 1 196 682 –
59 Wabaunsee County ---------------- 01 6 638 50 294 25 806 24 488 2 781 1 311 –
60 Wallace County ------------------- 01 1 816 13 097 115 12 982 517 407 –
61 Washington County ---------------- 01 6 810 35 328 770 34 558 3 322 2 850 333
62 Wichita County -------------------- 01 2 886 33 828 21 121 12 707 661 577 –
63 Wilson County -------------------- 02 10 292 42 480 2 008 40 472 4 293 1 877 75
64 Woodson County ------------------ 02 4 020 19 194 544 18 650 2 262 1 002 86
65 Wyandotte County ----------------- 03 155 072 815 386 16 420 798 966 155 317 127 614 3 121
66 State undistributed----------------- 446 166 – 446 166 81 774 – –
67 Kentucky --------------------------- 3 826 839 19 742 132 2 539 404 17 202 728 3 445 335 2 441 966 1 356 251
68 Adair County ---------------------- 01 02 16 029 119 136 668 118 468 14 587 1 790 –
69 Allen County ---------------------- 01 15 375 54 627 979 53 648 7 970 1 685 –
70 Anderson County ------------------ 06 16 671 41 031 1 297 39 734 5 026 1 545 –
71 Ballard County -------------------- 01 8 080 39 481 654 38 827 4 556 1 396 –
72 Barren County -------------------- 02 35 145 121 793 3 291 118 502 23 385 5 639 1 002
73 Bath County ---------------------- 06 10 070 38 848 595 38 253 8 586 1 249 168
74 Bell County ----------------------- 05 30 766 248 120 2 395 245 725 33 592 6 348 774
75 Boone County--------------------- 04 67 492 202 918 21 972 180 946 19 708 28 555 859
76 Bourbon County ------------------- 06 19 195 65 222 1 255 63 967 10 154 1 892 –
77 Boyd County ---------------------- 04 50 564 264 834 9 596 255 238 35 979 29 616 1 864

78 Boyle County --------------------- 06 26 476 94 459 2 659 91 800 15 679 3 599 406
79 Bracken County ------------------- 04 8 149 27 672 334 27 338 3 573 1 251 –
80 Breathitt County ------------------- 05 15 395 93 471 1 271 92 200 32 438 2 808 686
81 Breckinridge County --------------- 02 16 525 66 277 2 267 64 010 10 308 2 743 337
82 Bullitt County --------------------- 02 54 776 251 760 146 689 105 071 16 602 2 451 –

83 Butler County --------------------- 01 11 556 43 200 425 42 775 9 271 1 503 –


84 Caldwell County ------------------- 01 13 140 55 146 1 137 54 009 7 841 2 168 –
85 Calloway County ------------------ 01 32 193 117 881 3 983 113 898 16 223 4 267 467
86 Campbell County ------------------ 04 86 260 284 040 5 129 278 911 36 163 12 309 2 043
87 Carlisle County -------------------- 01 5 283 23 915 271 23 644 3 556 883 –

See footnotes at end of table.


County Area 25

Fiscal Year 1996mCon.

Direct Federal expenditures or obligationsmCon. Other Federal assistance

Direct payments for individuals Procurement contract awards


Other Federal
Retirement and Department of expenditures or Guaranteed loans and
Total disability All other Total Defense obligations Direct loans insurance

7 171 4 989 2 182 90 – 6 611 1 355 25 389 1


6 472 4 135 2 337 124 – 3 600 403 12 821 2
30 546 22 904 7 642 589 – 1 975 245 6 754 3
42 109 32 025 10 084 693 73 1 779 1 014 18 662 4
14 261 10 606 3 655 293 – 2 988 714 17 561 5
789 474 555 398 234 076 65 642 17 901 123 806 5 210 243 566 6
8 573 5 806 2 767 68 – 6 732 – 13 433 7
27 600 18 288 9 312 405 – 4 190 727 15 657 8
12 757 8 282 4 475 203 – 4 538 554 9 319 9
75 152 50 570 24 582 10 139 9 430 2 486 1 187 13 238 10
7 971 5 424 2 547 68 – 3 052 643 11 976 11
183 376 140 897 42 479 91 243 78 042 1 039 1 156 22 453 12
12 240 8 775 3 465 261 – 2 353 439 10 443 13
31 463 21 473 9 990 485 91 2 508 484 4 261 14
10 690 7 501 3 189 124 – 3 665 454 13 923 15
81 399 54 664 26 735 989 26 2 935 295 13 334 16
79 042 56 443 22 599 12 527 1 227 2 331 1 593 28 219 17
43 066 29 449 13 617 2 375 1 774 3 210 572 25 070 18
38 945 28 054 10 891 5 534 4 869 4 160 461 39 362 19
13 384 8 918 4 466 90 – 4 561 245 12 545 20
62 692 42 184 20 508 803 100 1 357 380 13 043 21
24 379 17 112 7 267 349 – 2 006 828 22 768 22
130 091 89 317 40 774 11 076 392 1 701 2 134 20 831 23
22 185 16 299 5 886 385 74 1 183 274 5 582 24
9 182 5 959 3 223 102 – 6 251 1 130 10 547 25
31 259 22 269 8 990 709 – 4 270 907 20 920 26
54 059 37 909 16 150 843 310 2 606 1 221 10 159 27
15 046 9 390 5 656 259 – 3 748 1 030 12 580 28
18 976 13 292 5 684 225 – 3 539 8 281 13 203 29
48 791 36 683 12 108 871 291 1 976 677 8 091 30
18 498 12 564 5 934 259 – 2 973 1 146 15 514 31
16 778 11 977 4 801 283 69 2 460 288 15 344 32
23 302 16 671 6 631 293 – 4 901 696 17 357 33
21 693 14 573 7 120 340 – 2 521 613 10 649 34
43 926 29 088 14 838 666 69 2 012 5 808 17 175 35
34 627 21 982 12 645 372 – 5 784 1 982 21 003 36
10 800 7 627 3 173 169 – 2 048 904 18 474 37
188 055 128 469 59 586 2 122 52 8 400 1 197 40 116 38
22 112 16 064 6 048 349 – 3 304 1 004 25 926 39
33 518 24 074 9 444 428 – 3 233 1 034 22 749 40
109 819 77 353 32 466 18 877 11 218 1 420 1 465 36 077 41
22 364 14 446 7 918 248 – 3 923 431 9 427 42
15 744 10 460 5 284 236 – 3 840 533 12 592 43
30 289 20 438 9 851 360 – 3 559 411 8 670 44
144 350 101 826 42 524 9 257 1 919 3 142 140 44 012 45
11 007 7 611 3 396 169 – 5 291 709 29 603 46
1 067 536 729 535 338 001 525 242 465 425 7 582 2 412 277 022 47
36 923 25 225 11 698 17 306 16 682 5 462 1 112 21 609 48
509 762 381 258 128 504 50 511 27 449 121 750 578 95 386 49
8 411 5 867 2 544 101 – 3 019 1 321 20 977 50
21 964 14 477 7 487 225 – 4 120 2 122 32 960 51
18 192 12 892 5 300 2 160 1 876 2 476 1 750 14 044 52
17 686 12 230 5 456 714 – 4 135 873 17 431 53
4 957 3 524 1 433 56 – 9 262 1 680 20 879 54
12 531 8 457 4 074 169 – 6 830 1 511 24 790 55
79 204 56 664 22 540 1 500 543 4 851 1 105 43 610 56
21 795 14 200 7 595 539 – 6 013 2 119 45 291 57
12 617 7 907 4 710 146 – 2 582 194 7 687 58
44 242 39 477 4 765 311 – 1 649 190 5 433 59
5 824 3 714 2 110 238 – 6 109 624 15 286 60
24 478 17 456 7 022 540 – 4 138 1 811 23 406 61
6 274 4 554 1 720 21 258 21 080 5 057 1 434 17 070 62
33 483 23 713 9 770 1 421 1 027 1 405 2 587 9 091 63
14 751 10 572 4 179 297 83 881 106 3 911 64
477 818 301 811 176 007 51 339 6 528 3 298 311 113 478 65
306 679 1 792 304 887 – – 57 712 45 800 20 554 66
11 467 719 7 404 051 4 063 668 2 004 606 858 782 382 506 292 479 2 423 735 67
47 220 27 920 19 300 55 169 – 370 833 2 794 68
40 905 26 278 14 627 3 598 113 468 970 2 585 69
33 570 23 589 9 981 626 274 264 3 008 10 187 70
31 779 20 458 11 321 315 – 1 434 897 4 456 71
90 617 63 219 27 398 1 433 138 719 1 050 7 789 72
28 538 20 112 8 426 248 – 227 965 4 851 73
119 852 80 322 39 530 88 189 254 139 759 24 732 74
133 843 94 710 39 133 20 411 16 749 400 4 088 29 136 75
52 368 34 566 17 802 439 – 368 1 287 17 777 76
189 024 125 913 63 111 9 834 4 523 381 751 9 777 77

72 817 50 908 21 909 2 114 457 251 956 5 073 78


22 289 14 408 7 881 293 – 266 242 7 579 79
56 706 38 945 17 761 1 427 138 92 193 7 172 80
50 908 34 871 16 037 507 – 1 812 1 761 3 711 81
87 050 60 017 27 033 145 403 144 094 254 6 346 23 898 82

31 082 19 540 11 542 315 – 1 029 1 852 2 865 83


42 605 30 142 12 463 360 – 2 171 624 3 248 84
93 540 61 490 32 050 1 670 – 2 181 1 361 5 557 85
232 350 155 301 77 049 2 746 65 471 1 156 36 328 86
17 857 11 848 6 009 180 – 1 439 1 864 5 717 87
26 Consolidated Federal Funds Report

Federal Government Expenditures or Obligations by State and County Area:


[Thousand dollars]

Direct Federal expenditures or obligations

Congressional Total direct expenditures or obligations Salaries and wages


State and county area district United States
resident Department of All other Department of
population1 Total Defense agencies Grant awards Total Defense

KentuckymCon.
1 Carroll County -------------------- 04 9 539 35 723 811 34 912 7 383 1 391 228
2 Carter County --------------------- 04 25 651 121 625 21 129 100 496 21 304 3 052 618
3 Casey County --------------------- 02 14 419 50 355 789 49 566 9 810 1 493 –
4 Christian County ------------------ 01 66 846 1 097 382 900 881 196 501 42 188 750 630 742 159
5 Clark County ---------------------- 06 30 496 107 236 2 438 104 798 15 081 5 453 –
6 Clay County ---------------------- 05 22 777 132 250 5 450 126 800 27 969 18 351 –
7 Clinton County -------------------- 01 9 255 46 078 445 45 633 10 462 1 198 –
8 Crittenden County ----------------- 01 9 407 38 965 873 38 092 5 010 1 550 218
9 Cumberland County --------------- 01 6 824 39 081 363 38 718 14 384 786 –
10 Daviess County ------------------- 02 90 140 350 558 14 500 336 058 69 802 14 288 1 570
11 Edmonson County ----------------- 02 10 473 39 028 1 216 37 812 5 342 6 778 512
12 Elliott County --------------------- 04 6 561 20 715 46 20 669 5 806 330 –
13 Estill County ---------------------- 06 15 460 71 724 3 530 68 194 11 246 1 368 365
14 Lexington~Fayette County ---------- 06 237 612 1 175 559 201 479 974 080 208 876 176 749 7 570
15 Fleming County ------------------- 04 12 860 44 940 415 44 525 9 892 2 033 –

16 Floyd County --------------------- 05 44 091 212 882 3 231 209 651 41 543 6 490 358
17 Franklin County ------------------- 06 45 606 752 869 31 905 720 964 548 661 24 019 14 541
18 Fulton County --------------------- 01 7 388 46 070 1 608 44 462 6 557 2 223 154
19 Gallatin County-------------------- 04 6 044 20 006 1 864 18 142 3 481 1 175 446
20 Garrard County ------------------- 06 12 679 39 956 660 39 296 6 513 1 360 –

21 Grant County --------------------- 04 18 014 57 497 841 56 656 9 385 2 219 –


22 Graves County -------------------- 01 34 778 149 023 2 424 146 599 18 873 6 659 –
23 Grayson County ------------------- 02 22 539 88 215 2 328 85 887 16 042 2 975 209
24 Green County --------------------- 02 10 360 41 080 366 40 714 7 635 1 004 –
25 Greenup County------------------- 04 37 111 141 248 3 199 138 049 18 754 2 822 445

26 Hancock County------------------- 02 8 121 23 043 691 22 352 3 056 919 –


27 Hardin County -------------------- 02 90 391 743 455 475 388 268 067 38 810 424 396 411 604
28 Harlan County -------------------- 05 36 289 321 133 11 914 309 219 33 400 6 036 847
29 Harrison County ------------------- 06 16 830 55 612 1 752 53 860 9 101 2 869 443
30 Hart County----------------------- 02 16 044 55 454 795 54 659 10 777 2 020 –

31 Henderson County----------------- 01 44 211 155 231 4 449 150 782 23 412 4 526 374
32 Henry County --------------------- 04 13 870 46 454 950 45 504 7 652 2 307 108
33 Hickman County------------------- 01 5 379 21 948 190 21 758 4 155 876 –
34 Hopkins County ------------------- 01 46 308 333 635 3 612 330 023 29 968 18 833 505
35 Jackson County ------------------- 05 12 520 54 729 897 53 832 12 845 1 543 –

36 Jefferson County ------------------ 02 03 672 310 3 262 262 470 428 2 791 834 506 417 392 320 123 092
37 Jessamine County ----------------- 06 33 558 84 768 2 139 82 629 14 343 3 230 –
38 Johnson County ------------------- 05 23 860 112 608 1 974 110 634 27 071 3 761 443
39 Kenton County -------------------- 04 144 850 597 330 7 738 589 592 93 190 123 878 78
40 Knott County ---------------------- 05 18 337 74 170 841 73 329 18 458 2 482 340

41 Knox County ---------------------- 05 31 137 130 746 2 675 128 071 33 926 7 267 923
42 Larue County --------------------- 02 12 420 47 979 1 328 46 651 7 179 1 629 –
43 Laurel County --------------------- 05 47 300 170 095 3 430 166 665 36 867 12 917 901
44 Lawrence County ------------------ 04 05 15 071 60 734 924 59 810 13 009 1 720 247
45 Lee County ----------------------- 05 7 749 36 266 673 35 593 8 953 1 097 –

46 Leslie County --------------------- 05 13 806 71 591 227 71 364 15 618 1 777 –


47 Letcher County -------------------- 05 26 991 124 836 652 124 184 25 797 3 526 –
48 Lewis County --------------------- 04 13 254 47 592 527 47 065 11 087 993 –
49 Lincoln County -------------------- 02 06 21 245 76 054 1 027 75 027 14 747 2 276 –
50 Livingston County ----------------- 01 9 255 47 104 4 485 42 619 5 067 3 271 890

51 Logan County --------------------- 01 25 436 94 231 2 314 91 917 16 178 3 135 143
52 Lyon County ---------------------- 01 7 570 30 490 1 227 29 263 3 703 1 332 556
53 McCracken County ---------------- 01 64 631 491 797 8 842 482 955 47 368 39 005 1 428
54 McCreary County ------------------ 05 16 239 86 466 2 274 84 192 21 896 3 287 –
55 McLean County ------------------- 01 9 675 38 257 998 37 259 5 232 1 413 189

56 Madison County ------------------- 06 61 962 267 950 27 836 240 114 81 631 24 161 18 243
57 Magoffin County ------------------- 05 13 649 59 018 148 58 870 18 218 1 385 –
58 Marion County -------------------- 02 16 604 62 332 635 61 697 14 488 2 216 1
59 Marshall County ------------------- 01 28 739 112 872 2 739 110 133 13 161 3 860 538
60 Martin County --------------------- 05 12 931 58 708 943 57 765 13 143 808 –

61 Mason County -------------------- 04 17 213 57 788 1 428 56 360 8 267 3 185 747
62 Meade County -------------------- 02 26 473 58 242 5 284 52 958 7 454 1 803 192
63 Menifee County ------------------- 05 5 267 27 170 5 567 21 603 4 161 7 322 5 430
64 Mercer County -------------------- 06 19 795 62 637 1 494 61 143 8 546 2 428 288
65 Metcalfe County ------------------- 02 9 219 36 193 348 35 845 6 836 1 273 –

66 Monroe County-------------------- 01 11 663 51 596 891 50 705 10 756 1 990 391


67 Montgomery County --------------- 06 20 304 73 635 993 72 642 15 569 2 778 –
68 Morgan County-------------------- 05 13 313 45 671 277 45 394 10 409 1 379 –
69 Muhlenberg County ---------------- 01 31 064 216 133 3 066 213 067 18 028 31 778 762
70 Nelson County -------------------- 02 32 638 93 898 2 848 91 050 15 138 4 061 656

71 Nicholas County ------------------- 04 06 6 902 27 167 878 26 289 5 222 1 193 456
72 Ohio County ---------------------- 01 21 492 85 274 1 291 83 983 15 915 3 407 –
73 Oldham County ------------------- 04 39 775 63 338 2 865 60 473 14 133 3 239 –
74 Owen County --------------------- 04 9 575 28 973 178 28 795 6 487 1 110 –
75 Owsley County -------------------- 05 5 413 30 961 197 30 764 9 247 951 –

76 Pendleton County ----------------- 04 13 189 36 491 507 35 984 5 599 1 234 –


77 Perry County---------------------- 05 31 140 175 926 1 744 174 182 33 203 6 357 693
78 Pike County ---------------------- 05 73 476 320 833 2 694 318 139 53 474 13 307 447
79 Powell County -------------------- 06 12 153 37 217 482 36 735 9 167 1 525 –
80 Pulaski County -------------------- 05 53 393 222 516 5 524 216 992 51 682 8 504 1 221

81 Robertson County ----------------- 04 2 200 7 670 64 7 606 1 837 184 –


82 Rockcastle County----------------- 05 15 312 58 422 606 57 816 15 264 1 425 –
83 Rowan County -------------------- 04 21 458 71 633 1 989 69 644 16 220 3 676 500
84 Russell County -------------------- 01 15 786 66 590 1 892 64 698 13 166 2 497 780
85 Scott County ---------------------- 06 26 790 74 648 1 290 73 358 14 036 2 394 2

See footnotes at end of table.


County Area 27

Fiscal Year 1996mCon.

Direct Federal expenditures or obligationsmCon. Other Federal assistance

Direct payments for individuals Procurement contract awards


Other Federal
Retirement and Department of expenditures or Guaranteed loans and
Total disability All other Total Defense obligations Direct loans insurance

26 393 17 190 9 203 441 103 115 1 648 3 145 1


77 261 51 825 25 436 19 852 19 287 156 887 15 580 2
38 092 25 457 12 635 398 – 561 289 5 253 3
154 094 108 810 45 284 146 359 143 793 4 111 1 219 65 964 4
84 672 62 201 22 471 1 561 150 469 903 55 278 5
67 280 43 958 23 322 18 519 4 996 130 593 2 483 6
34 011 18 923 15 088 240 – 166 618 795 7
30 447 19 948 10 499 293 – 1 666 218 974 8
23 429 13 631 9 798 180 – 302 181 1 785 9
246 080 167 532 78 548 18 045 7 133 2 344 3 963 82 302 10
26 114 17 502 8 612 377 100 417 343 455 11
14 444 9 727 4 717 79 – 55 46 320 12
56 052 38 012 18 040 2 935 2 694 123 476 1 490 13
569 611 378 534 191 077 215 711 173 076 4 612 3 859 155 742 14
32 057 21 745 10 312 465 – 494 862 9 871 15

159 453 108 163 51 290 5 173 1 709 223 636 65 365 16
176 233 118 015 58 218 3 540 2 084 417 1 376 40 863 17
34 583 23 016 11 567 1 120 748 1 588 732 11 212 18
13 733 8 837 4 896 1 477 1 269 140 1 152 1 245 19
31 559 22 051 9 508 304 – 220 393 4 394 20

44 961 30 977 13 984 703 219 229 1 377 6 390 21


116 889 78 275 38 614 1 554 530 5 049 3 398 8 343 22
66 842 44 364 22 478 994 386 1 362 2 189 4 843 23
31 969 19 448 12 521 225 – 247 316 1 713 24
117 866 83 123 34 743 1 373 800 433 2 869 16 998 25

17 543 12 105 5 438 1 134 – 391 295 6 197 26


274 980 220 601 54 379 3 900 536 1 369 2 093 31 654 27
208 408 169 959 38 449 73 137 9 547 152 464 30 223 28
42 446 29 573 12 873 732 335 464 449 12 164 29
41 675 27 494 14 181 437 – 544 3 650 7 721 30

121 685 77 979 43 706 3 257 1 802 2 351 1 301 20 118 31


35 721 22 354 13 367 473 – 302 5 607 5 840 32
14 621 8 920 5 701 158 – 2 139 2 194 9 463 33
145 419 104 756 40 663 137 420 – 1 995 3 398 6 789 34
39 248 25 597 13 651 953 585 140 4 945 2 482 35

1 985 126 1 312 006 673 120 369 732 290 055 8 667 2 332 529 903 36
64 621 46 729 17 892 2 184 61 391 4 303 19 063 37
79 670 54 776 24 894 2 004 783 102 282 22 254 38
358 876 244 173 114 703 20 813 2 587 574 1 748 58 875 39
52 498 35 601 16 897 660 227 73 36 1 900 40

88 702 56 672 32 030 673 – 179 1 483 12 953 41


38 092 25 577 12 515 401 – 678 1 163 5 172 42
116 894 81 460 35 434 2 877 300 540 2 410 4 642 43
45 552 30 067 15 485 360 – 93 12 1 680 44
25 701 16 546 9 155 443 227 72 1 210 3 672 45

45 904 31 260 14 644 8 222 – 71 400 1 266 46


94 525 66 404 28 121 869 – 119 1 635 4 433 47
35 168 23 759 11 409 225 – 119 283 5 928 48
58 076 39 845 18 231 495 – 460 647 10 069 49
31 549 21 291 10 258 5 259 2 991 1 958 570 1 915 50

71 867 44 770 27 097 792 195 2 259 3 760 24 254 51


24 516 17 004 7 512 280 100 660 1 086 1 497 52
209 099 141 288 67 811 194 492 3 034 1 832 832 27 908 53
57 130 36 786 20 344 4 095 1 232 59 273 579 54
30 010 20 060 9 950 304 – 1 298 1 871 8 404 55

155 955 99 628 56 327 5 641 4 127 562 4 252 18 406 56


38 838 25 228 13 610 489 – 88 536 3 063 57
44 561 30 573 13 988 495 – 572 3 025 3 699 58
93 224 65 481 27 743 1 227 86 1 401 370 6 532 59
43 888 31 364 12 524 824 608 44 – 23 924 60

45 449 29 721 15 728 405 – 481 1 940 6 763 61


47 806 36 045 11 761 377 – 802 302 4 762 62
15 460 10 753 4 707 182 – 45 615 1 252 63
50 742 37 133 13 609 534 – 387 511 8 168 64
27 505 18 471 9 034 281 – 298 134 1 733 65

38 198 22 655 15 543 349 – 303 365 1 740 66


54 511 37 832 16 679 484 56 293 2 475 7 889 67
33 220 22 585 10 635 539 – 125 30 3 252 68
106 927 76 596 30 331 58 538 806 861 1 142 1 802 69
72 891 48 499 24 392 1 153 147 654 1 894 9 754 70

20 427 13 835 6 592 180 – 145 203 7 879 71


64 156 44 248 19 908 653 – 1 143 898 8 780 72
44 370 29 796 14 574 908 136 689 3 335 27 973 73
20 808 13 603 7 205 259 – 309 349 4 572 74
20 432 13 593 6 839 226 – 105 78 815 75

29 177 19 853 9 324 293 – 188 603 6 802 76


112 800 80 328 32 472 23 392 44 174 315 15 866 77
248 056 177 918 70 138 4 395 632 1 602 119 131 665 78
26 077 18 665 7 412 366 – 82 1 350 4 065 79
160 274 117 355 42 919 1 649 263 407 3 636 12 052 80

5 556 3 502 2 054 45 – 48 207 1 671 81


41 262 27 383 13 879 304 – 167 617 2 624 82
50 617 30 632 19 985 788 295 331 517 3 683 83
50 321 33 866 16 455 364 – 242 416 4 379 84
57 179 37 987 19 192 581 – 458 3 660 17 094 85
28 Consolidated Federal Funds Report

Federal Government Expenditures or Obligations by State and County Area:


[Thousand dollars]

Direct Federal expenditures or obligations

Congressional Total direct expenditures or obligations Salaries and wages


State and county area district United States
resident Department of All other Department of
population1 Total Defense agencies Grant awards Total Defense

KentuckymCon.
1 Shelby County -------------------- 04 27 045 95 195 1 605 93 590 28 470 3 648 166
2 Simpson County------------------- 01 15 850 50 755 590 50 165 7 527 1 575 –
3 Spencer County ------------------- 02 7 636 24 700 2 269 22 431 3 811 1 075 187
4 Taylor County --------------------- 02 22 413 95 175 5 760 89 415 16 385 3 984 659
5 Todd County ---------------------- 01 11 258 39 624 965 38 659 5 474 1 601 –
6 Trigg County ---------------------- 01 11 195 54 073 2 791 51 282 4 282 7 383 –
7 Trimble County -------------------- 04 6 717 22 825 430 22 395 4 167 791 –
8 Union County --------------------- 01 16 469 224 048 1 991 222 057 8 535 2 190 –
9 Warren County -------------------- 02 83 049 323 474 12 602 310 872 58 242 39 312 1 619
10 Washington County ---------------- 02 10 569 34 964 466 34 498 5 133 1 592 155
11 Wayne County -------------------- 05 18 219 73 391 1 139 72 252 18 549 1 600 313
12 Webster County ------------------- 01 13 545 141 888 694 141 194 6 165 1 864 –
13 Whitley County -------------------- 05 34 926 196 535 4 555 191 980 41 572 5 819 694
14 Wolfe County --------------------- 05 7 099 38 321 350 37 971 13 562 1 496 –
15 Woodford County ------------------ 06 21 234 50 327 1 479 48 848 5 979 1 875 –
16 State undistributed----------------- 1 015 369 – 1 015 369 150 538 – –
17 Louisiana -------------------------- 4 314 974 22 048 454 2 418 342 19 630 112 4 727 673 2 083 585 911 300
18 Acadia Parish --------------------- 07 56 855 243 362 3 009 240 353 68 658 5 444 127
19 Allen Parish----------------------- 07 23 322 127 120 1 971 125 149 21 963 35 799 329
20 Ascension Parish ------------------ 03 04 63 884 186 799 3 426 183 373 42 095 5 786 671
21 Assumption Parish----------------- 03 22 677 77 235 647 76 588 16 457 1 574 111
22 Avoyelles Parish ------------------ 06 39 839 191 094 2 755 188 339 60 165 4 297 350
23 Beauregard Parish----------------- 07 31 398 124 235 10 908 113 327 24 358 6 316 295
24 Bienville Parish-------------------- 05 16 084 87 907 3 249 84 658 26 175 2 579 –
25 Bossier Parish -------------------- 05 89 368 725 471 419 296 306 175 64 767 279 568 270 938
26 Caddo Parish --------------------- 04 05 246 777 1 093 304 47 333 1 045 971 209 537 103 518 2 132
27 Calcasieu Parish ------------------ 07 173 337 737 040 98 552 638 488 128 043 29 004 4 650
28 Caldwell Parish ------------------- 05 10 334 53 103 1 377 51 726 13 367 1 233 187
29 Cameron Parish ------------------- 07 8 912 26 605 3 293 23 312 3 393 1 367 126
30 Catahoula Parish ------------------ 06 11 260 64 003 4 261 59 742 18 397 2 089 549
31 Claiborne Parish ------------------ 05 17 362 69 004 392 68 612 17 282 2 098 7
32 Concordia Parish ------------------ 06 20 844 94 780 6 148 88 632 20 102 3 193 1 236
33 De Soto Parish -------------------- 04 25 036 102 329 2 941 99 388 22 048 3 459 942
34 East Baton Rouge Parish ----------- 04 06 396 340 2 030 789 73 552 1 957 237 918 522 103 171 11 831
35 East Carroll Parish----------------- 05 9 467 54 085 344 53 741 17 265 1 160 –
36 East Feliciana Parish -------------- 06 20 412 88 224 1 998 86 226 31 323 2 739 1 006
37 Evangeline Parish ----------------- 04 07 33 966 165 913 1 645 164 268 48 879 2 998 199
38 Franklin Parish -------------------- 06 22 433 108 558 1 476 107 082 33 883 2 814 355
39 Grant Parish ---------------------- 06 17 775 81 031 6 357 74 674 19 247 3 030 637
40 Iberia Parish ---------------------- 03 70 782 241 656 5 922 235 734 53 579 6 554 750
41 Iberville Parish -------------------- 03 04 31 016 143 874 6 871 137 003 33 703 10 493 1 185
42 Jackson Parish -------------------- 05 15 683 75 219 2 609 72 610 15 976 3 268 1 620
43 Jefferson Parish ------------------- 01 02 03 456 589 1 801 253 68 109 1 733 144 269 577 92 760 21 589
44 Jefferson Davis Parish ------------- 07 31 380 129 554 2 293 127 261 29 876 3 651 398
45 Lafayette Parish ------------------- 04 07 176 590 596 807 24 000 572 807 114 903 45 116 4 458
46 Lafourche Parish ------------------ 03 86 912 327 793 34 776 293 017 67 303 6 845 357
47 La Salle Parish -------------------- 06 13 795 61 854 1 793 60 061 14 645 1 979 947
48 Lincoln Parish --------------------- 05 43 226 162 705 6 914 155 791 50 467 5 778 1 110
49 Livingston Parish ------------------ 06 77 864 216 156 3 779 212 377 51 064 5 483 31
50 Madison Parish ------------------- 06 12 472 76 279 1 985 74 294 20 563 1 878 106
51 Morehouse Parish ----------------- 05 32 061 156 705 2 249 154 456 37 234 3 579 193
52 Natchitoches Parish --------------- 04 06 37 252 154 670 6 091 148 579 34 551 7 015 742
53 Orleans Parish -------------------- 01 02 484 149 4 249 145 808 768 3 440 377 683 218 690 285 210 707
54 Ouachita Parish ------------------- 05 146 447 546 397 16 883 529 514 118 384 24 047 3 702
55 Plaquemines Parish --------------- 03 25 454 157 734 47 236 110 498 41 744 30 347 20 372
56 Pointe Coupee Parish -------------- 04 06 23 015 86 054 2 423 83 631 23 405 3 719 1 512
57 Rapides Parish -------------------- 04 06 126 480 723 096 62 133 660 963 203 243 84 843 13 314
58 Red River Parish ------------------ 04 05 9 322 44 275 1 631 42 644 11 901 1 701 414
59 Richland Parish ------------------- 05 20 570 116 095 1 332 114 763 40 249 4 637 194
60 Sabine Parish --------------------- 04 23 473 102 175 3 840 98 335 23 572 2 300 130
61 St. Bernard Parish ----------------- 03 66 984 263 875 4 527 259 348 41 862 5 403 57
62 St. Charles Parish ----------------- 03 45 749 134 634 2 147 132 487 19 931 7 021 121
63 St. Helena Parish ------------------ 06 9 868 39 342 443 38 899 17 645 992 331
64 St. James Parish ------------------ 03 20 998 86 319 1 813 84 506 18 740 4 640 81
65 St. John the Baptist Psh ------------ 03 41 742 149 520 5 998 143 522 27 835 2 684 –
66 St. Landry Parish ------------------ 04 07 82 154 373 824 4 164 369 660 102 351 8 630 841
67 St. Martin Parish ------------------ 03 04 45 739 144 778 7 731 137 047 36 086 4 013 1 042
68 St. Mary Parish-------------------- 03 57 184 220 973 20 627 200 346 47 155 9 283 1 196
69 St. Tammany Parish --------------- 01 167 242 527 521 37 027 490 494 84 035 23 278 1 931
70 Tangipahoa Parish ---------------- 01 91 257 414 767 9 010 405 757 119 025 13 981 2 988
71 Tensas Parish -------------------- 06 6 908 40 698 1 016 39 682 9 404 758 –
72 Terrebonne Parish ----------------- 03 100 359 349 923 5 029 344 894 79 407 13 783 387
73 Union Parish ---------------------- 05 21 474 94 453 2 473 91 980 20 477 3 161 330
74 Vermilion Parish ------------------- 07 50 794 196 366 5 363 191 003 40 027 5 989 1 552
75 Vernon Parish--------------------- 07 57 008 590 777 446 883 143 894 30 417 320 829 315 931
76 Washington Parish ---------------- 01 42 898 235 244 4 740 230 504 58 628 6 179 1 853
77 Webster Parish-------------------- 05 42 227 192 584 6 069 186 515 36 277 4 878 570
78 West Baton Rouge Parish ---------- 04 20 056 105 631 36 627 69 004 14 136 2 697 683
79 West Carroll Parish ---------------- 05 11 999 59 322 978 58 344 15 178 1 878 353
80 West Feliciana Parish -------------- 06 13 132 35 197 7 625 27 572 8 263 876 73
81 Winn Parish ---------------------- 06 16 988 74 386 1 484 72 902 20 294 3 119 471
82 State undistributed----------------- 1 016 831 – 1 016 831 115 417 – –
83 Maine ----------------------------- 1 240 280 6 818 678 1 326 436 5 492 242 1 348 266 722 301 368 871
84 Androscoggin County -------------- 02 103 882 423 946 12 999 410 947 96 228 16 879 1 820
85 Aroostook County ----------------- 02 81 920 403 330 27 588 375 742 97 969 27 676 6 925
86 Cumberland County --------------- 01 248 009 1 128 390 144 789 983 601 171 754 216 523 97 379
87 Franklin County ------------------- 02 29 645 111 233 2 721 108 512 26 863 4 099 109
88 Hancock County------------------- 02 48 837 235 533 24 823 210 710 55 943 28 310 13 400

See footnotes at end of table.


County Area 29

Fiscal Year 1996mCon.

Direct Federal expenditures or obligationsmCon. Other Federal assistance

Direct payments for individuals Procurement contract awards


Other Federal
Retirement and Department of expenditures or Guaranteed loans and
Total disability All other Total Defense obligations Direct loans insurance

57 529 40 293 17 236 4 788 – 759 2 176 12 314 1


40 096 25 702 14 394 360 – 1 197 1 948 9 064 2
17 624 11 838 5 786 1 910 1 687 282 780 8 193 3
69 982 45 484 24 498 4 245 3 727 580 1 006 3 234 4
30 439 19 471 10 968 331 – 1 779 2 679 10 666 5
40 182 28 693 11 489 1 098 – 1 128 813 5 591 6
17 556 11 570 5 986 191 – 120 538 1 703 7
44 272 29 956 14 316 166 667 806 2 384 1 960 6 182 8
211 839 135 411 76 428 11 560 3 256 2 521 2 807 20 561 9
26 550 17 134 9 416 304 – 1 385 259 5 017 10
52 764 33 478 19 286 259 – 218 4 429 2 956 11
42 856 30 402 12 454 88 922 – 2 080 852 4 294 12
145 999 98 364 47 635 2 824 1 582 321 369 9 082 13
22 715 16 136 6 579 421 45 126 769 701 14
41 371 31 508 9 863 827 – 274 1 962 20 911 15
580 896 2 255 578 641 – – 283 934 123 000 293 556 16
12 766 873 7 166 984 5 599 889 2 086 487 1 076 852 383 836 330 751 29 526 503 17
151 480 93 408 58 072 5 051 451 12 728 3 740 62 722 18
63 955 38 252 25 703 1 967 143 3 436 1 004 17 070 19
136 883 78 471 58 412 1 516 149 519 4 074 224 011 20
58 584 32 778 25 806 349 – 271 16 418 42 339 21
119 084 71 764 47 320 2 012 116 5 537 5 305 38 270 22
91 218 63 939 27 279 1 071 175 1 273 811 11 730 23
57 125 33 592 23 533 1 847 1 281 180 172 2 212 24
301 493 235 022 66 471 78 589 76 723 1 055 585 297 943 25
728 395 441 503 286 892 48 320 13 997 3 533 1 872 448 735 26
482 634 298 269 184 365 92 018 79 507 5 340 3 569 383 791 27
34 610 18 224 16 386 734 498 3 159 2 309 12 021 28
15 820 9 537 6 283 4 593 2 878 1 433 247 92 041 29
33 809 20 256 13 553 3 712 3 268 5 996 4 289 35 230 30
49 877 30 713 19 164 ~440 ~917 186 139 6 877 31
62 672 38 977 23 695 4 063 3 713 4 750 4 675 52 991 32
75 467 45 728 29 739 637 – 719 566 3 773 33
950 446 560 369 390 077 55 214 29 147 3 436 4 391 1 449 427 34
31 541 15 488 16 053 548 160 3 571 6 330 31 051 35
53 280 29 116 24 164 468 – 413 416 1 905 36
107 955 65 472 42 483 672 – 5 409 3 951 18 937 37
66 352 35 636 30 716 554 – 4 956 15 324 26 484 38
55 118 34 374 20 744 3 081 2 629 555 794 7 919 39
176 251 112 147 64 104 4 524 1 966 749 2 325 117 844 40
93 099 49 202 43 897 6 223 4 593 356 1 101 51 354 41
55 478 31 348 24 130 414 – 82 404 1 085 42
1 164 302 690 391 473 911 251 322 17 504 23 292 13 906 9 989 867 43
84 595 55 823 28 772 1 476 – 9 956 4 099 39 032 44
371 951 226 019 145 932 60 234 8 445 4 602 2 848 521 667 45
210 387 127 056 83 331 42 816 32 198 443 19 089 355 707 46
44 884 27 644 17 240 279 58 68 115 3 653 47
105 093 53 788 51 305 1 057 121 310 703 13 669 48
158 061 94 348 63 713 1 160 – 388 4 255 384 355 49
39 895 19 436 20 459 1 998 1 593 11 945 4 272 63 134 50
105 780 61 920 43 860 1 564 420 8 549 20 187 51 393 51
107 372 60 880 46 492 2 547 1 603 3 186 1 771 24 089 52
1 748 335 953 041 795 294 1 063 714 552 730 63 592 3 648 6 778 154 53
391 802 220 796 171 006 7 943 2 109 4 221 5 756 390 267 54
59 574 36 248 23 326 25 948 25 036 121 59 373 196 55
55 356 34 937 20 419 462 – 3 111 6 504 40 897 56
399 058 260 052 139 006 29 437 18 637 6 515 3 953 140 710 57
29 432 17 512 11 920 349 132 892 786 3 116 58
66 018 36 401 29 617 520 – 4 671 25 186 30 661 59
75 491 50 472 25 019 661 94 151 1 076 5 220 60
212 997 126 337 86 660 3 070 1 609 544 1 380 1 298 895 61
93 626 56 998 36 628 10 287 77 3 769 814 823 872 62
20 217 10 071 10 146 124 – 365 575 1 219 63
53 695 29 491 24 204 8 920 1 194 323 512 23 451 64
86 172 50 476 35 696 32 563 4 033 265 5 026 26 952 65
256 405 153 728 102 677 1 556 214 4 882 5 421 75 370 66
98 059 59 193 38 866 5 753 5 114 867 11 645 61 713 67
143 772 88 516 55 256 20 191 17 811 573 5 439 362 943 68
394 234 256 604 137 630 19 287 13 003 6 688 7 850 2 649 660 69
276 114 150 021 126 093 4 629 328 1 018 2 791 134 326 70
23 240 12 504 10 736 1 002 742 6 294 11 194 25 735 71
252 354 161 009 91 345 3 908 1 408 470 1 629 550 068 72
68 266 39 934 28 332 2 397 – 152 488 10 382 73
134 302 82 385 51 917 5 504 1 721 10 543 2 519 134 121 74
130 808 93 953 36 855 108 497 105 922 226 3 937 8 899 75
168 820 90 326 78 494 971 59 646 975 30 775 76
150 139 95 335 54 804 1 005 – 285 713 13 480 77
51 063 28 384 22 679 37 502 35 454 233 679 31 393 78
38 613 21 905 16 708 270 – 3 383 9 335 21 446 79
18 509 10 714 7 795 7 159 6 921 390 15 4 013 80
50 205 28 898 21 307 668 85 100 91 2 082 81
775 248 9 853 765 395 – – 126 166 54 700 589 157 82
3 781 545 2 458 150 1 323 395 907 359 791 913 59 206 107 210 1 005 475 83
306 782 196 324 110 458 3 462 356 594 4 115 42 959 84
249 564 168 895 80 669 24 592 11 602 3 530 16 122 57 202 85
687 204 463 783 223 421 47 489 17 722 5 421 10 365 144 163 86
79 015 51 788 27 227 903 – 353 5 554 9 277 87
142 549 100 953 41 596 7 846 3 008 885 1 856 23 537 88
30 Consolidated Federal Funds Report

Federal Government Expenditures or Obligations by State and County Area:


[Thousand dollars]

Direct Federal expenditures or obligations

Congressional Total direct expenditures or obligations Salaries and wages


State and county area district United States
resident Department of All other Department of
population1 Total Defense agencies Grant awards Total Defense

MainemCon.
1 Kennebec County ----------------- 01 02 117 262 783 832 28 760 755 072 347 244 72 663 8 808
2 Knox County ---------------------- 01 37 074 154 831 6 083 148 748 28 011 7 917 –
3 Lincoln County -------------------- 01 31 023 130 342 6 749 123 593 21 404 5 303 –
4 Oxford County -------------------- 02 53 031 220 537 6 160 214 377 49 902 7 544 276
5 Penobscot County ----------------- 02 146 501 653 590 56 006 597 584 138 214 74 979 25 623
6 Piscataquis County ---------------- 02 18 549 77 924 2 487 75 437 15 601 2 592 –
7 Sagadahoc County ---------------- 01 33 870 799 305 705 391 93 914 18 182 30 130 27 132
8 Somerset County ------------------ 02 51 219 197 579 6 832 190 747 51 521 7 020 326
9 Waldo County --------------------- 02 35 002 134 824 10 787 124 037 32 245 5 703 622
10 Washington County ---------------- 02 35 883 205 829 18 543 187 286 58 459 16 430 6 470
11 York County ---------------------- 01 168 573 853 635 265 718 587 917 97 920 198 534 179 981
12 State undistributed----------------- 304 018 – 304 018 40 807 – –
13 Maryland --------------------------- 5 001 909 37 109 915 7 460 783 29 649 132 4 283 397 7 323 944 2 564 522
14 Allegany County ------------------- 06 73 867 401 648 8 176 393 472 63 798 28 611 1 807
15 Anne Arundel County -------------- 01 02 03 05 456 176 2 722 220 1 063 715 1 658 505 282 963 604 202 490 590
16 Baltimore County ------------------ 02 03 07 711 787 3 351 511 185 903 3 165 608 252 505 734 746 48 682
17 Baltimore city area ----------------- 01 03 07 702 979 6 311 018 609 421 5 701 597 1 969 956 704 522 87 537
18 Calvert County -------------------- 05 62 179 194 452 19 692 174 760 17 431 6 131 2 251
19 Caroline County ------------------- 01 28 720 100 500 2 907 97 593 15 743 3 849 283
20 Carroll County -------------------- 06 136 446 449 140 61 607 387 533 34 311 15 410 1 025
21 Cecil County ---------------------- 01 77 038 300 976 20 361 280 615 28 103 60 173 1 374
22 Charles County ------------------- 05 109 295 532 571 227 490 305 081 36 655 148 082 134 841
23 Dorchester County----------------- 01 30 423 151 650 7 192 144 458 37 131 6 163 –
24 Frederick County ------------------ 06 171 276 640 937 153 774 487 163 79 639 128 797 75 756
25 Garrett County -------------------- 06 29 372 112 076 3 357 108 719 25 612 3 863 343
26 Harford County -------------------- 02 201 988 1 261 916 725 175 536 741 53 889 391 374 370 883
27 Howard County ------------------- 03 06 212 980 668 093 128 856 539 237 57 207 37 791 4 395
28 Kent County ---------------------- 01 18 687 90 997 3 405 87 592 10 519 4 064 481
29 Montgomery County --------------- 04 08 802 729 8 422 730 2 029 468 6 393 262 560 437 2 570 398 494 606
30 Prince George’s County ------------ 04 05 759 744 5 957 443 1 259 688 4 697 755 406 526 1 469 136 517 198
31 Queen Anne’s County -------------- 01 36 070 131 130 18 828 112 302 23 489 4 092 89
32 St. Mary’s County ----------------- 05 80 324 1 021 952 794 602 227 350 38 923 287 696 278 572
33 Somerset County ------------------ 01 23 726 98 675 3 256 95 419 26 399 4 021 199
34 Talbot County --------------------- 01 32 015 156 975 7 518 149 457 20 258 13 042 396
35 Washington County ---------------- 06 126 601 528 704 92 552 436 152 68 206 72 580 51 832
36 Wicomico County ------------------ 01 78 472 271 497 13 380 258 117 44 288 16 087 1 381
37 Worcester County ----------------- 01 39 015 203 435 20 462 182 973 20 419 9 077 –
38 State undistributed----------------- 3 027 670 – 3 027 670 108 988 39 –
39 Massachusetts---------------------- 6 041 185 36 135 976 5 683 577 30 452 399 7 415 495 2 856 647 585 047
40 Barnstable County ----------------- 10 196 178 1 200 531 112 829 1 087 702 133 225 112 486 31 372
41 Berkshire County ------------------ 01 136 214 803 269 159 417 643 852 87 873 34 181 13 368
42 Bristol County --------------------- 03 04 09 510 410 2 224 742 207 726 2 017 016 440 889 75 633 4 924
43 Dukes County --------------------- 10 12 420 49 072 922 48 150 6 602 3 030 –
44 Essex County --------------------- 05 06 678 165 3 699 079 987 598 2 711 481 433 030 200 322 15 009
45 Franklin County ------------------- 01 70 713 255 435 10 327 245 108 41 229 10 234 483
46 Hampden County ------------------ 01 02 446 462 2 155 420 114 332 2 041 088 374 100 270 964 72 181
47 Hampshire County ----------------- 01 02 149 229 546 603 59 690 486 913 92 243 58 609 2 007
48 Middlesex County ----------------- 2 1 403 302 9 082 113 3 357 706 5 724 407 1 407 332 667 144 317 740
49 Nantucket County ----------------- 10 6 794 26 752 731 26 021 3 329 3 108 –
50 Norfolk County -------------------- 2 631 349 2 325 509 345 223 1 980 286 335 361 112 946 28 310
51 Plymouth County ------------------ 04 09 10 449 629 1 542 036 40 009 1 502 027 196 710 153 059 6 827
52 Suffolk County -------------------- 07 08 09 633 248 7 719 191 196 552 7 522 639 3 071 480 997 496 77 200
53 Worcester County ----------------- 01 02 03 05 717 072 2 787 760 90 515 2 697 245 497 627 157 434 15 625
54 State undistributed----------------- 1 718 463 – 1 718 463 294 466 – –
55 Michigan --------------------------- 9 496 539 39 633 242 2 175 975 37 457 267 7 845 890 2 778 247 523 045
56 Alcona County -------------------- 05 10 389 61 183 2 668 58 515 8 945 1 915 –
57 Alger County ---------------------- 01 9 819 42 897 896 42 001 5 422 3 042 –
58 Allegan County -------------------- 02 06 96 087 232 126 3 915 228 211 46 449 8 730 356
59 Alpena County -------------------- 01 30 814 146 961 6 762 140 199 28 564 8 448 3 937
60 Antrim County--------------------- 01 19 528 80 841 3 484 77 357 13 327 2 506 –
61 Arenac County -------------------- 05 15 954 75 121 3 292 71 829 11 282 2 415 81
62 Baraga County -------------------- 01 8 061 40 099 875 39 224 10 416 1 436 236
63 Barry County---------------------- 02 03 07 52 232 126 651 2 753 123 898 20 268 4 518 47
64 Bay County ----------------------- 05 111 773 394 471 5 592 388 879 67 070 13 485 1 948
65 Benzie County -------------------- 01 13 264 53 476 1 006 52 470 8 601 2 187 –
66 Berrien County -------------------- 06 161 734 602 410 15 002 587 408 95 696 20 251 120
67 Branch County -------------------- 07 41 990 133 260 1 242 132 018 22 677 3 958 –
68 Calhoun County ------------------- 07 139 991 734 055 145 042 589 013 87 292 170 399 102 123
69 Cass County ---------------------- 06 48 921 138 574 2 339 136 235 21 977 4 542 759
70 Charlevoix County ----------------- 01 22 834 87 499 3 602 83 897 15 413 5 191 293
71 Cheboygan County ---------------- 01 22 472 92 858 1 657 91 201 13 210 5 334 205
72 Chippewa County ----------------- 01 36 591 155 026 14 036 140 990 32 390 18 127 5 446
73 Clare County---------------------- 04 27 590 130 788 1 653 129 135 18 400 2 808 –
74 Clinton County -------------------- 04 60 898 148 306 11 567 136 739 31 535 21 178 9 053
75 Crawford County ------------------ 01 04 13 387 54 057 8 337 45 720 7 266 7 865 6 163
76 Delta County ---------------------- 01 38 606 163 792 6 983 156 809 22 505 10 218 536
77 Dickinson County ------------------ 01 27 058 137 118 6 302 130 816 16 811 25 062 514
78 Eaton County --------------------- 07 96 806 588 531 17 284 571 247 392 640 20 237 13 262
79 Emmet County -------------------- 01 27 034 93 975 1 907 92 068 13 229 5 160 58
80 Genesee County ------------------ 05 08 09 433 297 1 660 205 12 865 1 647 340 339 901 68 252 2 589
81 Gladwin County ------------------- 04 23 938 101 270 982 100 288 13 409 2 358 –
82 Gogebic County ------------------- 01 18 016 97 819 2 061 95 758 15 118 6 774 285
83 Grand Traverse County ------------ 01 69 583 263 332 12 257 251 075 36 266 25 068 727
84 Gratiot County -------------------- 04 39 785 139 393 1 738 137 655 23 961 5 646 499
85 Hillsdale County ------------------- 07 44 830 139 661 2 039 137 622 26 160 5 131 –
86 Houghton County ------------------ 01 36 376 165 662 8 602 157 060 38 784 9 231 1 438
87 Huron County --------------------- 05 35 215 148 914 1 897 147 017 23 245 5 016 –
88 Ingham County -------------------- 08 278 426 1 800 194 74 447 1 725 747 888 669 108 631 14 068
89 Ionia County ---------------------- 03 59 194 139 877 1 884 137 993 19 332 5 745 271
90 Iosco County---------------------- 05 24 035 137 995 12 499 125 496 14 934 4 861 522

See footnotes at end of table.


County Area 31

Fiscal Year 1996mCon.

Direct Federal expenditures or obligationsmCon. Other Federal assistance

Direct payments for individuals Procurement contract awards


Other Federal
Retirement and Department of expenditures or Guaranteed loans and
Total disability All other Total Defense obligations Direct loans insurance

342 875 240 280 102 595 20 240 57 810 2 607 49 642 1
116 309 80 768 35 541 2 319 911 275 6 021 19 752 2
99 382 72 411 26 971 4 014 684 237 1 041 30 512 3
160 834 109 485 51 349 1 820 173 437 3 287 26 861 4
405 072 274 326 130 746 33 539 11 986 1 787 4 814 45 144 5
58 975 41 754 17 221 552 – 206 1 988 8 254 6
82 935 61 715 21 220 667 919 667 071 138 2 081 23 232 7
134 342 92 418 41 924 4 205 2 717 491 681 25 292 8
89 519 63 172 26 347 7 028 5 945 330 2 212 12 602 9
117 873 79 760 38 113 12 760 6 527 308 3 296 8 187 10
487 656 350 016 137 640 68 673 63 154 853 17 869 339 584 11
220 660 10 304 210 356 – – 42 551 23 302 139 277 12
14 744 129 9 530 732 5 213 397 8 521 750 4 090 160 2 236 696 234 146 8 324 292 13
300 299 185 856 114 443 7 408 1 405 1 532 3 637 35 485 14
1 250 696 920 261 330 435 582 371 416 762 1 988 433 950 975 15
2 080 997 1 345 966 735 031 281 480 124 805 1 782 953 902 555 16
2 687 555 1 478 339 1 209 216 935 517 447 138 13 467 5 221 371 675 17
154 050 116 552 37 498 16 423 1 812 416 9 823 109 460 18
79 286 51 593 27 693 892 47 732 1 489 22 111 19
330 568 224 913 105 655 67 292 52 427 1 559 9 230 116 272 20
193 762 132 728 61 034 17 261 12 323 1 677 7 034 91 642 21
276 169 205 135 71 034 70 924 61 734 740 2 968 147 231 22
101 275 63 581 37 694 6 265 4 033 816 2 612 87 008 23
358 064 265 618 92 446 71 934 54 924 2 501 12 901 213 629 24
79 730 52 687 27 043 2 299 1 257 572 3 068 9 072 25
468 532 337 813 130 719 346 901 316 463 1 219 6 476 245 932 26
337 396 253 382 84 014 234 216 99 637 1 484 851 275 949 27
73 620 50 210 23 410 1 197 469 1 597 3 505 44 354 28
2 134 399 1 587 202 547 197 3 149 883 1 360 141 7 613 1 878 595 030 29
1 916 304 1 417 424 498 880 2 156 232 586 992 9 244 473 1 069 670 30
82 930 60 208 22 722 18 628 14 084 1 991 3 099 223 660 31
211 197 158 933 52 264 483 671 480 636 465 2 761 88 320 32
65 888 41 984 23 904 1 946 1 167 421 4 427 74 629 33
117 068 82 611 34 457 4 901 1 472 1 706 3 731 150 021 34
346 662 241 681 104 981 38 697 29 430 2 559 4 186 67 571 35
201 914 133 672 68 242 8 399 5 671 809 1 495 49 540 36
155 962 112 834 43 128 17 011 15 331 966 2 199 2 327 594 37
739 804 9 548 730 256 – – 2 178 839 139 700 54 905 38
19 416 262 10 752 350 8 663 912 6 080 621 4 696 131 366 951 570 946 6 320 510 39
901 783 594 453 307 330 50 955 36 031 2 082 10 070 1 019 480 40
466 029 285 061 180 968 214 243 139 893 944 3 668 114 408 41
1 502 267 907 013 595 254 203 437 183 142 2 516 3 685 404 865 42
38 223 24 796 13 427 1 091 – 126 79 89 848 43
2 048 558 1 231 632 816 926 1 013 432 946 851 3 738 8 867 591 378 44
195 822 123 938 71 884 7 627 3 938 523 4 142 19 869 45
1 410 349 875 285 535 064 89 259 18 779 10 748 3 225 196 921 46
341 690 221 896 119 794 53 235 45 985 825 3 276 53 992 47
3 584 961 1 985 168 1 599 793 3 414 986 2 895 996 7 691 1 373 455 951 48
18 833 12 040 6 793 871 140 612 30 109 422 49
1 510 938 742 204 768 734 364 617 292 173 1 647 5 796 385 659 50
1 141 383 713 795 427 588 46 277 9 563 4 608 5 660 1 018 584 51
3 102 779 1 799 815 1 302 964 522 151 81 533 25 285 13 873 308 406 52
2 028 257 1 219 262 808 995 98 442 42 107 6 000 18 702 288 574 53
1 124 388 15 991 1 108 397 – – 299 609 488 500 1 263 152 54
26 464 208 16 252 132 10 212 076 2 188 854 1 249 599 356 043 852 487 5 276 549 55
49 633 36 359 13 274 472 – 217 128 11 913 56
34 009 23 284 10 725 345 – 79 607 9 156 57
172 005 119 326 52 679 2 289 409 2 651 9 424 46 775 58
107 458 73 816 33 642 2 138 849 354 1 450 6 843 59
61 866 43 928 17 938 2 691 2 061 451 1 395 4 235 60
56 597 38 510 18 087 3 661 2 437 1 166 630 17 445 61
25 761 18 179 7 582 2 429 165 57 100 1 419 62
98 102 71 033 27 069 1 506 1 021 2 258 3 940 24 626 63
308 398 202 129 106 269 3 538 301 1 980 30 612 66 376 64
42 071 31 530 10 541 486 36 131 1 429 1 546 65
467 064 319 441 147 623 16 722 9 286 2 678 4 792 58 610 66
101 667 70 570 31 097 936 42 4 022 4 311 9 905 67
415 737 290 356 125 381 57 063 35 189 3 565 2 502 48 821 68
107 953 74 325 33 628 1 919 94 2 182 5 352 12 937 69
63 885 46 815 17 070 2 768 1 968 242 1 058 6 315 70
73 283 51 689 21 594 854 – 177 2 469 4 639 71
95 799 68 314 27 485 8 474 5 171 235 1 750 6 892 72
108 302 73 312 34 990 889 202 390 1 210 2 515 73
92 319 64 087 28 232 1 137 – 2 137 4 865 22 111 74
37 348 25 978 11 370 1 513 1 173 66 803 670 75
124 769 87 287 37 482 5 940 3 552 361 1 368 11 833 76
84 354 63 263 21 091 10 330 4 016 562 2 517 4 753 77
171 359 106 117 65 242 1 653 67 2 642 3 258 38 226 78
73 672 52 784 20 888 1 664 25 250 543 6 072 79
1 192 497 730 832 461 665 55 856 1 865 3 700 3 358 125 343 80
84 365 57 357 27 008 563 – 576 534 3 202 81
73 803 51 544 22 259 2 015 206 109 588 1 463 82
185 455 134 762 50 693 15 362 6 451 1 180 8 275 19 059 83
105 154 69 084 36 070 1 351 120 3 281 2 001 29 976 84
102 080 72 591 29 489 1 720 521 4 569 6 520 12 696 85
107 812 73 187 34 625 9 621 3 934 215 576 3 413 86
113 150 78 481 34 669 1 707 559 5 797 3 792 51 438 87
750 427 498 277 252 150 47 388 21 657 5 081 4 163 163 644 88
110 581 75 062 35 519 1 654 54 2 565 2 729 26 427 89
113 856 83 255 30 601 3 839 3 084 505 933 18 395 90
32 Consolidated Federal Funds Report

Federal Government Expenditures or Obligations by State and County Area:


[Thousand dollars]

Direct Federal expenditures or obligations

Congressional Total direct expenditures or obligations Salaries and wages


State and county area district United States
resident Department of All other Department of
population1 Total Defense agencies Grant awards Total Defense

MichiganmCon.
1 Iron County ----------------------- 01 13 132 73 761 1 707 72 054 13 405 2 672 455
2 Isabella County ------------------- 04 57 055 155 445 2 419 153 026 41 395 6 661 356
3 Jackson County ------------------- 07 153 289 519 092 16 585 502 507 81 672 22 212 2 951
4 Kalamazoo County ---------------- 06 228 798 724 003 32 216 691 787 105 298 60 279 5 583
5 Kalkaska County ------------------ 01 14 537 46 616 960 45 656 9 123 1 592 301
6 Kent County ---------------------- 03 520 129 1 647 184 93 143 1 554 041 229 057 153 239 15 777
7 Keweenaw County----------------- 01 1 880 9 850 407 9 443 772 384 –
8 Lake County ---------------------- 02 9 631 53 061 682 52 379 10 466 1 728 –
9 Lapeer County -------------------- 05 09 81 242 183 181 1 664 181 517 34 778 7 445 298
10 Leelanau County ------------------ 01 18 122 57 942 2 247 55 695 6 900 5 197 30
11 Lenawee County ------------------ 07 95 669 294 893 4 089 290 804 41 876 10 838 411
12 Livingston County ----------------- 08 129 083 241 571 5 313 236 258 34 736 11 573 158
13 Luce County ---------------------- 01 5 571 34 514 594 33 920 11 112 875 –
14 Mackinac County ------------------ 01 10 910 59 573 883 58 690 11 327 3 729 –
15 Macomb County ------------------- 10 12 728 902 3 417 956 954 985 2 462 971 214 192 333 686 249 124

16 Manistee County ------------------ 02 22 633 103 449 2 794 100 655 17 627 4 161 343
17 Marquette County ----------------- 01 70 684 255 345 22 959 232 386 41 598 15 417 3 452
18 Mason County -------------------- 02 27 200 107 857 1 482 106 375 16 526 4 776 –
19 Mecosta County ------------------- 04 38 621 117 393 2 905 114 488 18 374 4 660 559
20 Menominee County ---------------- 01 24 533 92 319 1 971 90 348 18 044 3 501 242

21 Midland County ------------------- 04 79 247 225 425 19 195 206 230 41 934 7 906 820
22 Missaukee County ----------------- 04 13 347 43 412 1 617 41 795 7 262 1 386 –
23 Monroe County-------------------- 16 137 718 386 884 4 480 382 404 53 636 12 504 405
24 Montcalm County ------------------ 04 56 887 185 668 3 440 182 228 22 719 7 322 870
25 Montmorency County -------------- 01 9 513 56 559 696 55 863 7 970 815 –

26 Muskegon County ----------------- 02 163 436 663 337 82 041 581 296 112 864 19 745 2 033
27 Newaygo County ------------------ 02 42 739 134 927 3 489 131 438 23 436 4 425 –
28 Oakland County ------------------- 08 09 11 12 1 142 013 3 484 065 73 524 3 410 541 376 788 256 525 10 043
29 Oceana County ------------------- 02 23 493 93 586 1 814 91 772 16 715 2 888 –
30 Ogemaw County ------------------ 04 20 251 83 647 1 285 82 362 11 918 2 365 –

31 Ontonagon County ---------------- 01 8 673 70 058 21 897 48 161 14 464 2 560 –


32 Osceola County ------------------- 04 21 375 84 362 4 841 79 521 12 003 2 858 –
33 Oscoda County ------------------- 04 8 493 37 711 245 37 466 8 223 1 381 –
34 Otsego County -------------------- 01 20 102 73 782 1 102 72 680 11 087 7 982 75
35 Ottawa County -------------------- 02 205 338 544 714 49 644 495 070 50 008 25 526 1 068

36 Presque Isle County --------------- 01 14 028 62 146 867 61 279 6 590 2 166 –
37 Roscommon County --------------- 04 21 881 128 311 1 528 126 783 12 748 1 751 –
38 Saginaw County ------------------- 04 05 211 287 810 483 13 111 797 372 135 984 66 136 2 596
39 St. Clair County ------------------- 10 152 413 447 687 19 344 428 343 69 792 22 286 458
40 St. Joseph County ----------------- 06 60 000 187 392 3 928 183 464 26 799 6 428 806

41 Sanilac County -------------------- 05 41 568 156 588 4 007 152 581 25 004 4 991 73
42 Schoolcraft County ---------------- 01 8 596 48 213 1 059 47 154 9 171 2 551 413
43 Shiawassee County---------------- 04 08 71 645 218 684 2 717 215 967 33 290 7 407 649
44 Tuscola County ------------------- 05 57 018 185 155 1 541 183 614 34 423 6 811 45
45 Van Buren County ----------------- 06 73 848 249 811 3 573 246 238 46 395 8 208 299

46 Washtenaw County ---------------- 07 08 13 290 546 1 611 588 109 100 1 502 488 814 140 156 578 6 800
47 Wayne County -------------------- 2 2 064 819 9 698 032 163 500 9 534 532 2 177 621 850 609 49 328
48 Wexford County ------------------- 02 28 116 136 793 32 915 103 878 17 613 6 905 685
49 State undistributed----------------- 2 020 814 – 2 020 814 255 850 8 885 –

50 Minnesota -------------------------- 4 567 341 18 993 582 1 433 365 17 560 217 3 923 376 1 654 705 222 399
51 Aitkin County --------------------- 08 13 193 64 473 1 436 63 037 11 627 2 084 83
52 Anoka County --------------------- 06 270 293 910 008 8 954 901 054 92 395 13 112 4 943
53 Becker County -------------------- 07 28 897 122 539 2 930 119 609 34 874 7 996 824
54 Beltrami County ------------------- 07 37 394 152 294 2 976 149 318 41 273 14 820 417
55 Benton County -------------------- 07 08 32 503 94 529 3 748 90 781 18 296 2 988 1 547

56 Big Stone County ------------------ 02 6 009 29 640 501 29 139 5 421 1 660 288
57 Blue Earth County ----------------- 01 54 022 189 001 3 982 185 019 35 475 20 377 1 500
58 Brown County --------------------- 02 27 049 93 092 4 038 89 054 12 487 3 957 699
59 Carlton County -------------------- 08 30 304 117 172 2 247 114 925 29 251 4 174 467
60 Carver County -------------------- 02 56 540 130 406 6 772 123 634 15 118 8 758 126

61 Cass County ---------------------- 08 23 874 123 089 2 748 120 341 32 593 8 910 145
62 Chippewa County ----------------- 02 13 092 49 302 1 313 47 989 9 132 2 379 724
63 Chisago County ------------------- 08 35 422 92 996 1 201 91 795 13 280 4 795 –
64 Clay County ---------------------- 07 51 873 156 957 3 316 153 641 28 933 6 538 1 211
65 Clearwater County ----------------- 07 8 320 32 662 549 32 113 7 299 1 528 –

66 Cook County ---------------------- 08 4 373 23 003 341 22 662 3 554 3 589 –


67 Cottonwood County ---------------- 02 12 504 53 885 361 53 524 9 199 2 753 –
68 Crow Wing County----------------- 08 48 872 194 966 7 318 187 648 26 192 8 074 1 410
69 Dakota County -------------------- 01 03 04 06 308 569 657 534 59 577 597 957 105 486 101 232 19 100
70 Dodge County -------------------- 01 16 539 45 928 411 45 517 8 564 1 545 –

71 Douglas County ------------------- 07 30 000 110 083 2 680 107 403 17 666 6 019 369
72 Faribault County------------------- 01 16 552 69 822 666 69 156 10 473 2 693 –
73 Fillmore County ------------------- 01 20 756 89 445 1 312 88 133 17 763 3 649 –
74 Freeborn County ------------------ 01 32 404 129 560 1 723 127 837 16 403 4 687 310
75 Goodhue County ------------------ 01 42 000 136 744 3 307 133 437 23 549 5 995 713

76 Grant County --------------------- 07 6 131 36 425 310 36 115 11 963 1 334 –


77 Hennepin County ------------------ 02 03 04 05 1 050 465 5 186 638 906 955 4 279 683 1 019 439 654 162 84 287
78 Houston County ------------------- 01 19 116 61 015 2 666 58 349 8 139 2 929 559
79 Hubbard County ------------------- 07 15 925 62 069 1 972 60 097 8 702 1 785 –
80 Isanti County---------------------- 08 27 845 66 350 820 65 530 11 545 3 044 75

81 Itasca County --------------------- 08 42 762 167 862 3 588 164 274 34 901 7 662 438
82 Jackson County ------------------- 02 11 772 42 201 645 41 556 5 856 1 790 319
83 Kanabec County ------------------ 08 13 315 41 117 789 40 328 8 150 1 720 –
84 Kandiyohi County------------------ 02 40 556 139 048 2 592 136 456 20 766 9 130 1 327
85 Kittson County -------------------- 07 5 465 28 946 74 28 872 4 439 2 683 –

See footnotes at end of table.


County Area 33

Fiscal Year 1996mCon.

Direct Federal expenditures or obligationsmCon. Other Federal assistance

Direct payments for individuals Procurement contract awards


Other Federal
Retirement and Department of expenditures or Guaranteed loans and
Total disability All other Total Defense obligations Direct loans insurance

56 999 40 474 16 525 583 73 102 600 1 009 1


103 449 68 229 35 220 2 041 279 1 899 3 324 16 729 2
397 511 270 381 127 130 15 357 8 954 2 341 2 424 42 323 3
519 570 349 592 169 978 35 423 19 254 3 433 4 201 65 208 4
35 441 24 706 10 735 304 – 156 1 051 1 430 5
1 127 768 783 263 344 505 131 040 63 353 6 080 5 956 253 801 6
8 641 6 167 2 474 45 – 8 26 191 7
39 944 27 166 12 778 807 – 116 5 345 900 8
137 364 93 093 44 271 1 821 143 1 772 5 160 25 002 9
43 566 31 276 12 290 1 999 801 281 1 420 9 002 10
233 915 161 167 72 748 3 152 835 5 112 15 130 42 506 11
187 980 129 814 58 166 5 771 2 296 1 512 5 619 59 105 12
22 247 14 423 7 824 234 43 45 919 493 13
43 684 24 986 18 698 761 – 73 1 321 2 688 14
2 006 219 1 296 385 709 834 860 179 683 318 3 680 998 531 039 15

78 877 54 828 24 049 2 575 1 035 210 659 4 357 16


188 715 131 599 57 116 9 285 7 182 330 5 189 6 835 17
82 628 57 692 24 936 3 401 137 526 2 799 3 751 18
92 330 62 179 30 151 1 047 96 982 1 393 12 973 19
68 417 50 293 18 124 1 796 – 561 876 6 334 20

165 846 117 220 48 626 8 817 6 652 922 488 35 021 21
32 845 22 802 10 043 1 423 1 028 495 1 038 3 185 22
313 128 209 154 103 974 5 512 990 2 104 3 639 156 749 23
146 439 98 149 48 290 6 767 452 2 423 1 446 26 086 24
47 507 33 689 13 818 169 – 99 342 782 25

450 805 318 857 131 948 78 048 70 440 1 876 2 820 38 175 26
103 800 72 790 31 010 2 393 1 313 872 5 558 15 935 27
2 704 289 1 766 123 938 166 134 326 40 042 12 137 8 727 419 807 28
68 945 49 123 19 822 4 600 676 438 373 14 380 29
68 525 46 801 21 724 495 – 345 4 773 1 392 30

30 620 21 583 9 037 22 332 21 430 82 8 116 1 616 31


64 742 45 769 18 973 4 198 3 508 560 576 1 868 32
27 823 19 061 8 762 229 – 54 579 493 33
52 770 38 728 14 042 1 581 52 363 1 067 3 007 34
377 790 280 769 97 021 88 750 43 593 2 640 3 739 72 360 35

52 537 38 482 14 055 567 – 284 152 2 316 36


113 253 77 420 35 833 482 – 77 468 504 37
585 129 393 138 191 991 18 433 5 304 4 800 38 192 137 149 38
336 074 215 771 120 303 18 017 12 834 1 518 1 897 146 093 39
148 657 102 616 46 041 2 277 802 3 230 5 490 25 027 40

118 002 77 605 40 397 3 915 2 760 4 676 6 165 29 720 41


32 214 22 039 10 175 4 206 – 70 1 544 745 42
174 759 117 926 56 833 1 564 100 1 664 4 884 33 102 43
138 730 95 169 43 561 1 760 95 3 430 4 827 33 773 44
183 316 124 929 58 387 10 124 455 1 768 5 745 48 227 45

541 072 339 666 201 406 96 188 50 429 3 608 1 590 94 878 46
6 360 228 3 782 224 2 578 004 287 930 61 838 21 644 4 789 946 731 47
80 544 56 911 23 633 31 467 30 492 264 2 369 6 157 48
1 555 957 13 040 1 542 917 2 173 – 197 949 546 700 1 015 906 49

10 885 914 7 041 594 3 844 320 1 534 730 963 700 994 857 986 589 6 395 926 50
49 926 36 606 13 320 556 138 280 6 245 11 091 51
331 830 214 444 117 386 9 197 1 068 463 473 2 102 278 603 52
74 833 53 513 21 320 2 606 89 2 230 3 208 25 203 53
89 799 58 715 31 084 5 161 – 1 241 993 8 094 54
71 173 57 924 13 249 632 – 1 441 1 883 33 486 55

19 868 14 089 5 779 440 – 2 251 3 466 25 168 56


122 158 85 867 36 291 4 646 565 6 345 25 740 77 231 57
69 452 50 750 18 702 3 199 2 408 3 997 8 492 55 565 58
82 439 59 725 22 714 1 091 – 217 1 640 5 196 59
72 580 49 577 23 003 31 944 5 460 2 006 4 300 69 494 60

79 742 56 979 22 763 1 348 85 494 497 3 564 61


33 899 24 354 9 545 518 135 3 373 6 127 57 984 62
72 717 51 244 21 473 1 207 70 997 8 179 30 801 63
116 520 79 127 37 393 1 736 – 3 230 130 168 102 341 64
22 914 15 352 7 562 315 – 605 693 3 056 65

13 676 9 522 4 154 2 155 – 30 – 3 173 66


35 817 25 861 9 956 540 – 5 576 17 272 54 189 67
157 106 111 562 45 544 3 023 1 432 571 1 638 23 095 68
406 455 291 904 114 551 39 524 23 189 4 837 8 079 407 915 69
31 786 21 108 10 678 360 – 3 673 14 292 36 768 70

82 404 60 210 22 194 1 081 58 2 913 3 024 15 642 71


50 335 36 404 13 931 639 – 5 682 17 163 77 321 72
58 882 40 542 18 340 888 – 8 264 10 761 35 263 73
93 790 68 345 25 445 7 163 292 7 517 17 535 61 318 74
98 564 70 254 28 310 3 852 443 4 783 11 595 49 510 75

20 371 14 215 6 156 315 – 2 442 3 753 30 027 76


2 501 098 1 661 551 839 547 991 943 749 352 19 996 2 070 920 706 77
44 882 32 679 12 203 1 965 1 200 3 100 3 512 17 960 78
50 611 35 974 14 637 443 – 527 826 8 191 79
49 868 34 650 15 218 785 44 1 107 5 830 26 312 80

123 659 89 022 34 637 1 386 160 253 712 13 652 81


28 370 20 126 8 244 390 – 5 795 14 025 66 573 82
30 274 22 013 8 261 559 199 413 1 121 4 537 83
96 308 67 879 28 429 6 735 – 6 109 18 566 52 564 84
17 330 11 706 5 624 336 – 4 159 7 751 39 114 85
34 Consolidated Federal Funds Report

Federal Government Expenditures or Obligations by State and County Area:


[Thousand dollars]

Direct Federal expenditures or obligations

Congressional Total direct expenditures or obligations Salaries and wages


State and county area district United States
resident Department of All other Department of
population1 Total Defense agencies Grant awards Total Defense

MinnesotamCon.
1 Koochiching County --------------- 08 16 067 66 700 1 303 65 397 12 602 5 313 109
2 Lac qui Parle County --------------- 02 8 512 37 493 459 37 034 5 333 1 878 240
3 Lake County ---------------------- 08 10 534 59 797 803 58 994 21 190 1 263 –
4 Lake of the Woods County ---------- 07 4 367 18 300 547 17 753 3 196 1 203 –
5 Le Sueur County ------------------ 01 02 24 109 84 169 1 578 82 591 16 555 2 859 –
6 Lincoln County -------------------- 02 6 805 32 872 152 32 720 4 407 1 271 –
7 Lyon County ---------------------- 02 24 963 88 279 2 317 85 962 15 910 5 939 369
8 McLeod County ------------------- 02 33 103 90 598 1 593 89 005 13 707 4 088 374
9 Mahnomen County ---------------- 07 5 120 21 122 233 20 889 5 257 896 –
10 Marshall County ------------------- 07 10 625 51 750 870 50 880 8 474 2 968 –
11 Martin County --------------------- 02 22 513 88 430 1 913 86 517 12 035 3 525 213
12 Meeker County -------------------- 02 21 165 71 809 1 140 70 669 15 056 3 934 439
13 Mille Lacs County ----------------- 08 19 673 88 743 1 157 87 586 20 367 2 844 –
14 Morrison County------------------- 07 08 30 055 120 236 16 574 103 662 22 572 18 310 14 330
15 Mower County -------------------- 01 37 487 160 789 5 313 155 476 20 716 7 015 370
16 Murray County -------------------- 02 9 581 38 501 319 38 182 5 108 1 810 –
17 Nicollet County -------------------- 01 02 29 421 56 877 1 212 55 665 9 815 2 476 296
18 Nobles County -------------------- 02 20 348 78 967 723 78 244 16 967 4 234 155
19 Norman County ------------------- 07 7 750 35 681 400 35 281 6 491 1 825 –
20 Olmsted County ------------------- 01 112 910 397 837 13 449 384 388 115 999 47 237 1 548
21 Otter Tail County ------------------ 07 52 573 222 987 3 866 219 121 31 555 10 056 416
22 Pennington County ---------------- 07 13 388 50 636 777 49 859 9 173 3 832 316
23 Pine County ---------------------- 08 22 750 92 888 1 553 91 335 12 795 16 449 296
24 Pipestone County ----------------- 02 10 398 41 080 487 40 593 6 071 2 624 167
25 Polk County ---------------------- 07 32 678 142 768 6 118 136 650 27 636 6 326 259
26 Pope County ---------------------- 07 10 954 47 286 1 369 45 917 6 456 1 703 –
27 Ramsey County ------------------- 04 483 404 2 800 188 223 804 2 576 384 943 913 275 356 51 862
28 Red Lake County ------------------ 07 4 483 28 342 137 28 205 4 843 1 026 –
29 Redwood County ------------------ 02 17 090 66 869 633 66 236 10 715 3 175 229
30 Renville County ------------------- 02 17 308 71 513 721 70 792 16 051 3 176 311
31 Rice County ---------------------- 01 51 565 138 469 7 988 130 481 27 100 7 118 1 158
32 Rock County ---------------------- 02 9 871 36 926 501 36 425 4 605 2 177 193
33 Roseau County ------------------- 07 15 571 48 766 451 48 315 8 074 2 880 –
34 St. Louis County------------------- 08 198 026 918 834 45 916 872 918 157 746 113 885 20 031
35 Scott County ---------------------- 01 02 03 67 489 117 177 2 138 115 039 25 211 11 733 –
36 Sherburne County ----------------- 07 08 50 285 88 386 1 494 86 892 12 541 8 703 123
37 Sibley County --------------------- 02 14 598 47 225 421 46 804 7 188 2 054 204
38 Stearns County ------------------- 02 07 124 412 370 839 5 407 365 432 54 257 64 247 1 202
39 Steele County --------------------- 01 31 392 88 586 1 665 86 921 12 138 3 799 169
40 Stevens County ------------------- 07 10 382 47 141 472 46 669 11 808 3 856 286
41 Swift County ---------------------- 02 10 452 47 756 817 46 939 7 276 2 567 419
42 Todd County ---------------------- 07 23 750 80 413 1 438 78 975 16 501 3 792 347
43 Traverse County ------------------ 07 4 332 21 115 312 20 803 3 240 961 98
44 Wabasha County ------------------ 01 20 417 79 744 2 707 77 037 9 952 3 263 315
45 Wadena County ------------------- 07 13 090 54 774 1 358 53 416 10 118 2 421 328
46 Waseca County ------------------- 01 18 059 62 047 549 61 498 7 086 10 164 –
47 Washington County ---------------- 06 173 546 241 332 11 165 230 167 40 832 14 292 1 482
48 Watonwan County ----------------- 02 11 523 49 075 1 753 47 322 6 498 2 487 290
49 Wilkin County --------------------- 07 7 400 28 674 116 28 558 7 343 1 341 –
50 Winona County-------------------- 01 48 231 143 011 7 353 135 658 22 585 7 154 1 181
51 Wright County--------------------- 02 03 76 435 169 523 2 691 166 832 32 032 8 395 393
52 Yellow Medicine County ------------ 02 11 675 54 445 315 54 130 11 453 2 249 –
53 State undistributed----------------- 1 105 013 – 1 105 013 246 623 – –
54 Mississippi ------------------------- 2 669 348 15 183 933 3 292 728 11 891 205 2 725 601 1 571 451 954 523
55 Adams County -------------------- 04 34 734 165 590 11 838 153 752 34 742 5 824 572
56 Alcorn County --------------------- 01 32 654 133 974 2 714 131 260 26 881 4 351 218
57 Amite County --------------------- 04 13 242 50 340 1 475 48 865 9 269 2 121 78
58 Attala County --------------------- 02 03 18 398 86 359 2 141 84 218 15 087 3 258 191
59 Benton County -------------------- 01 7 924 31 261 419 30 842 6 018 942 –
60 Bolivar County -------------------- 02 41 514 185 338 1 837 183 501 48 367 4 728 252
61 Calhoun County ------------------- 01 14 934 70 506 1 736 68 770 17 742 2 914 854
62 Carroll County -------------------- 02 9 773 35 073 677 34 396 8 371 997 –
63 Chickasaw County ----------------- 01 18 150 73 425 1 589 71 836 12 439 2 647 482
64 Choctaw County------------------- 01 8 981 30 317 787 29 530 5 096 1 822 208
65 Claiborne County ------------------ 02 11 284 45 448 2 709 42 739 8 571 1 315 127
66 Clarke County--------------------- 03 17 542 62 714 1 987 60 727 9 754 1 810 180
67 Clay County ---------------------- 03 21 548 83 640 3 407 80 233 18 484 4 080 688
68 Coahoma County ------------------ 02 31 451 162 258 2 523 159 735 38 742 4 513 913
69 Copiah County -------------------- 04 28 286 135 427 7 517 127 910 21 677 5 693 2 682
70 Covington County ----------------- 04 16 943 65 575 1 929 63 646 10 122 2 586 225
71 Desoto County -------------------- 01 79 995 222 745 6 536 216 209 49 211 6 202 209
72 Forrest County -------------------- 05 70 936 325 193 32 173 293 020 55 414 33 106 18 062
73 Franklin County ------------------- 04 8 379 35 573 442 35 131 7 382 1 852 106
74 George County -------------------- 05 17 815 66 004 2 581 63 423 9 200 2 083 199
75 Greene County -------------------- 05 11 115 39 750 1 033 38 717 6 865 699 –
76 Grenada County------------------- 01 02 22 173 103 193 5 609 97 584 16 944 8 775 3 138
77 Hancock County------------------- 05 36 594 415 181 137 720 277 461 17 652 98 710 75 431
78 Harrison County ------------------- 05 176 794 1 416 895 677 221 739 674 108 257 538 173 437 377
79 Hinds County --------------------- 02 04 251 906 1 665 300 102 705 1 562 595 668 373 206 665 28 246
80 Holmes County-------------------- 02 21 033 113 130 1 639 111 491 23 612 3 001 184
81 Humphreys County ---------------- 02 11 716 59 786 3 257 56 529 13 288 1 408 17
82 Issaquena County ----------------- 02 1 732 8 386 49 8 337 1 142 276 –
83 Itawamba County ------------------ 01 20 650 74 919 12 580 62 339 9 527 2 172 700
84 Jackson County ------------------- 05 125 754 1 883 631 1 490 952 392 679 71 182 89 938 75 776
85 Jasper County -------------------- 03 17 345 68 051 1 433 66 618 15 032 2 777 365
86 Jefferson County ------------------ 02 8 499 50 270 780 49 490 15 101 1 500 251
87 Jefferson Davis County------------- 04 14 029 54 332 1 026 53 306 11 998 1 350 137
88 Jones County --------------------- 03 04 63 034 288 566 7 888 280 678 70 059 10 693 1 924
89 Kemper County ------------------- 03 10 246 39 110 1 276 37 834 6 390 1 622 245

See footnotes at end of table.


County Area 35

Fiscal Year 1996mCon.

Direct Federal expenditures or obligationsmCon. Other Federal assistance

Direct payments for individuals Procurement contract awards


Other Federal
Retirement and Department of expenditures or Guaranteed loans and
Total disability All other Total Defense obligations Direct loans insurance

44 640 33 099 11 541 3 928 492 216 140 4 694 1


24 423 17 432 6 991 440 33 5 418 7 026 47 723 2
35 912 27 691 8 221 1 369 169 64 494 4 706 3
11 922 8 828 3 094 1 327 – 652 555 2 023 4
58 607 39 998 18 609 1 325 645 4 824 11 162 25 442 5
21 004 14 569 6 435 281 – 5 909 4 929 23 836 6
57 687 40 735 16 952 3 288 1 169 5 455 11 430 63 593 7
68 126 48 521 19 605 2 014 224 2 663 9 459 40 435 8
13 271 9 479 3 792 199 – 1 500 2 145 11 407 9
29 895 20 254 9 641 1 178 580 9 236 4 988 67 408 10
65 199 45 519 19 680 1 487 800 6 185 23 447 76 644 11
48 020 34 364 13 656 624 – 4 175 9 786 34 805 12
64 187 43 619 20 568 776 – 569 1 546 8 513 13
75 919 53 856 22 063 1 124 93 2 312 6 211 31 079 14
122 162 86 628 35 534 4 598 3 465 6 298 16 526 72 739 15
25 578 17 876 7 702 986 – 5 019 9 938 56 995 16
41 132 29 014 12 118 459 49 2 995 12 520 40 985 17
52 027 36 857 15 170 716 40 5 023 14 769 76 082 18
23 158 16 009 7 149 405 – 3 802 7 730 59 155 19
211 489 142 104 69 385 16 495 5 674 6 616 8 927 119 040 20
150 894 107 823 43 071 23 716 – 6 767 4 327 53 366 21
33 370 22 967 10 403 637 29 3 625 3 999 14 153 22
61 944 44 496 17 448 1 088 33 612 1 574 10 469 23
28 977 20 736 8 241 410 31 2 997 4 205 34 308 24
93 293 60 923 32 370 5 060 3 744 10 454 16 088 155 118 25
33 818 23 891 9 927 1 136 729 4 173 5 354 21 511 26
1 352 527 890 305 462 222 221 271 132 648 7 123 22 109 339 022 27
11 919 7 814 4 105 7 987 – 2 567 2 975 10 929 28
45 300 33 092 12 208 1 078 – 6 601 15 032 82 029 29
45 318 32 421 12 897 873 30 6 096 48 953 105 779 30
97 822 71 103 26 719 1 655 203 4 772 9 426 37 735 31
26 361 18 964 7 397 327 – 3 456 6 787 43 039 32
29 636 20 047 9 589 463 – 7 713 4 628 33 804 33
605 290 425 055 180 235 38 939 13 326 2 974 898 58 131 34
75 237 53 604 21 633 3 423 247 1 572 4 069 101 519 35
65 030 48 515 16 515 1 100 59 1 013 7 462 68 269 36
34 101 22 926 11 175 462 – 3 420 16 637 48 923 37
231 806 158 110 73 696 13 318 984 7 212 7 270 105 962 38
65 464 46 867 18 597 2 331 806 4 855 19 286 43 296 39
27 070 16 751 10 319 419 – 3 988 9 533 32 442 40
32 482 22 316 10 166 486 – 4 945 10 901 46 235 41
56 889 40 096 16 793 714 – 2 517 2 676 14 402 42
14 651 10 051 4 600 286 83 1 977 4 391 34 945 43
51 149 36 230 14 919 12 032 1 339 3 348 3 898 21 114 44
41 005 28 283 12 722 458 ~30 772 1 224 5 552 45
39 296 29 088 10 208 1 149 – 4 353 18 297 36 366 46
177 767 126 293 51 474 6 983 3 881 1 457 1 730 213 308 47
31 036 22 903 8 133 5 468 1 105 3 586 14 538 41 955 48
17 721 13 080 4 641 315 – 1 953 2 417 53 206 49
104 459 73 196 31 263 5 649 4 144 3 163 3 532 42 065 50
123 666 87 166 36 500 2 726 489 2 703 14 362 87 550 51
33 689 23 614 10 075 1 081 – 5 973 11 931 59 614 52
651 129 2 615 648 514 – – 207 261 159 100 741 798 53
8 334 822 5 026 398 3 308 424 2 326 200 1 962 533 225 860 537 853 4 018 428 54
110 116 74 384 35 732 12 375 9 107 2 533 736 7 305 55
99 811 65 847 33 964 1 951 524 981 1 310 5 556 56
37 328 24 183 13 145 779 439 843 297 2 057 57
65 704 42 955 22 749 981 – 1 330 1 948 5 480 58
23 579 15 316 8 263 193 – 528 565 1 595 59
120 325 71 317 49 008 844 – 11 073 17 339 64 222 60
47 143 29 903 17 240 349 – 2 359 6 125 6 961 61
24 013 15 402 8 611 229 – 1 463 1 229 3 075 62
55 627 35 986 19 641 534 – 2 178 1 125 4 961 63
22 711 15 225 7 486 229 – 459 428 617 64
32 021 19 533 12 488 2 323 2 019 1 217 479 3 009 65
50 456 34 508 15 948 509 149 185 445 4 258 66
58 388 38 510 19 878 1 473 1 087 1 215 2 501 14 031 67
106 973 58 765 48 208 1 449 743 10 581 14 737 37 990 68
93 843 58 756 35 087 13 618 2 383 597 1 173 5 672 69
51 887 35 016 16 871 366 – 615 801 3 395 70
164 108 117 182 46 926 1 649 197 1 576 1 962 131 402 71
228 817 142 970 85 847 6 873 1 336 983 807 56 779 72
25 394 17 043 8 351 706 – 239 1 406 1 164 73
53 662 34 151 19 511 798 415 261 300 13 399 74
28 304 17 882 10 422 3 774 – 109 56 1 539 75
74 273 44 157 30 116 1 915 922 1 285 1 623 19 934 76
114 008 76 461 37 547 184 411 54 868 400 313 327 125 77
606 084 434 284 171 800 162 729 145 207 1 652 454 943 703 78
724 880 454 006 270 874 61 191 19 031 4 193 2 903 546 544 79
80 011 42 890 37 121 2 878 599 3 629 7 743 12 363 80
36 305 19 721 16 584 3 509 3 028 5 277 3 788 27 964 81
3 579 1 925 1 654 247 – 3 142 1 550 11 817 82
51 205 32 513 18 692 11 355 11 007 660 554 2 144 83
342 432 238 235 104 197 1 378 030 1 374 602 2 050 7 294 478 593 84
49 407 33 235 16 172 420 – 415 986 1 480 85
31 502 17 025 14 477 392 212 1 776 472 1 465 86
40 323 25 297 15 026 225 – 436 440 3 355 87
204 923 136 601 68 322 2 377 81 514 417 28 477 88
29 929 18 986 10 943 370 – 799 366 938 89
36 Consolidated Federal Funds Report

Federal Government Expenditures or Obligations by State and County Area:


[Thousand dollars]

Direct Federal expenditures or obligations

Congressional Total direct expenditures or obligations Salaries and wages


State and county area district United States
resident Department of All other Department of
population1 Total Defense agencies Grant awards Total Defense

MississippimCon.
1 Lafayette County ------------------ 01 32 781 104 634 5 315 99 319 28 281 12 006 1 848
2 Lamar County --------------------- 05 32 740 83 979 3 149 80 830 16 902 2 403 337
3 Lauderdale County ---------------- 03 76 493 424 994 115 549 309 445 62 732 100 689 88 934
4 Lawrence County ------------------ 04 12 636 68 075 2 530 65 545 14 675 3 188 1 212
5 Leake County --------------------- 02 03 18 814 104 175 1 834 102 341 32 800 2 952 406
6 Lee County ----------------------- 01 70 801 265 563 11 623 253 940 45 779 24 978 5 248
7 Leflore County -------------------- 02 37 460 186 366 10 496 175 870 44 486 9 572 2 407
8 Lincoln County -------------------- 04 31 162 117 901 2 777 115 124 24 596 5 230 1 067
9 Lowndes County ------------------ 03 60 866 321 592 133 228 188 364 37 241 73 737 65 406
10 Madison County ------------------- 02 03 63 681 382 522 143 615 238 907 42 006 8 422 938
11 Marion County -------------------- 04 25 834 122 033 10 924 111 109 23 249 3 069 600
12 Marshall County ------------------- 01 31 665 123 701 3 823 119 878 29 164 4 416 92
13 Monroe County-------------------- 01 37 278 138 508 4 234 134 274 28 111 4 862 1 392
14 Montgomery County --------------- 01 02 12 336 64 724 2 651 62 073 17 483 3 111 1 570
15 Neshoba County ------------------ 03 26 113 115 230 3 139 112 091 37 365 4 971 1 127
16 Newton County-------------------- 03 21 071 106 215 3 110 103 105 22 829 4 162 832
17 Noxubee County ------------------ 03 12 552 49 814 468 49 346 9 937 1 834 –
18 Oktibbeha County ----------------- 01 03 38 521 166 418 8 433 157 985 59 445 15 006 2 603
19 Panola County -------------------- 01 02 31 943 125 519 4 412 121 107 20 652 4 734 1 710
20 Pearl River County ---------------- 05 42 036 178 667 15 488 163 179 28 394 4 736 659
21 Perry County---------------------- 05 11 425 37 252 1 247 36 005 6 721 1 359 346
22 Pike County ---------------------- 04 37 658 172 073 3 963 168 110 31 066 6 724 889
23 Pontotoc County ------------------ 01 23 621 77 546 1 663 75 883 15 689 2 640 221
24 Prentiss County ------------------- 01 23 744 86 337 3 318 83 019 13 013 2 579 230
25 Quitman County ------------------- 02 10 129 52 191 178 52 013 10 515 1 336 –
26 Rankin County -------------------- 03 96 280 282 989 26 803 256 186 58 200 28 791 20 084
27 Scott County ---------------------- 03 24 766 106 969 2 436 104 533 19 049 7 145 778
28 Sharkey County ------------------- 02 6 951 38 628 410 38 218 6 922 1 400 197
29 Simpson County------------------- 04 24 639 104 471 2 794 101 677 28 501 2 856 724
30 Smith County --------------------- 03 14 997 56 668 1 597 55 071 14 866 2 651 564
31 Stone County --------------------- 05 11 840 59 855 2 596 57 259 7 097 3 300 185
32 Sunflower County ----------------- 02 36 011 128 898 2 043 126 855 29 329 3 477 574
33 Tallahatchie County---------------- 01 02 14 700 67 700 4 331 63 369 12 998 2 787 655
34 Tate County ---------------------- 01 22 229 75 072 4 874 70 198 10 348 3 667 1 643
35 Tippah County -------------------- 01 20 341 83 505 1 828 81 677 13 038 2 652 353
36 Tishomingo County ---------------- 01 18 161 94 893 18 439 76 454 8 760 3 417 1 018
37 Tunica County -------------------- 02 8 294 38 533 1 843 36 690 8 708 882 –
38 Union County --------------------- 01 22 726 75 026 1 384 73 642 9 560 3 094 274
39 Walthall County ------------------- 04 14 309 56 398 1 183 55 215 12 929 1 379 329
40 Warren County -------------------- 02 49 032 371 500 172 809 198 691 27 463 100 184 91 458
41 Washington County ---------------- 02 66 736 279 531 7 766 271 765 56 119 20 870 3 067
42 Wayne County -------------------- 03 05 19 660 63 335 1 935 61 400 13 967 1 942 441
43 Webster County ------------------- 01 10 374 44 559 1 117 43 442 7 872 1 952 200
44 Wilkinson County ------------------ 04 9 537 41 595 227 41 368 9 108 458 –
45 Winston County ------------------- 03 19 567 74 182 2 458 71 724 13 924 2 491 691
46 Yalobusha County ----------------- 01 12 383 64 609 3 019 61 590 8 692 3 745 978
47 Yazoo County --------------------- 02 25 352 125 596 1 484 124 112 29 356 2 994 198
48 State undistributed----------------- 826 127 – 826 127 147 676 – –
49 Missouri --------------------------- 5 277 657 35 321 108 10 818 972 24 502 136 4 439 832 3 184 746 1 127 239
50 Adair County ---------------------- 09 24 628 89 668 2 688 86 980 21 157 4 423 526
51 Andrew County-------------------- 06 15 024 41 833 1 853 39 980 5 423 2 936 1 191
52 Atchison County ------------------- 06 7 171 30 219 348 29 871 2 867 1 602 –
53 Audrain County ------------------- 09 23 582 103 615 2 146 101 469 14 944 3 950 479
54 Barry County---------------------- 07 30 308 119 938 4 344 115 594 14 851 5 454 228
55 Barton County -------------------- 07 11 687 45 855 954 44 901 6 106 1 899 59
56 Bates County --------------------- 04 15 289 66 671 1 007 65 664 9 983 2 669 –
57 Benton County -------------------- 04 15 134 86 244 6 321 79 923 7 581 4 166 2 055
58 Bollinger County------------------- 08 11 156 38 946 801 38 145 5 799 1 333 –
59 Boone County--------------------- 09 121 479 487 701 17 430 470 271 106 763 86 007 2 014
60 Buchanan County ----------------- 06 82 964 369 612 20 026 349 586 64 412 26 418 13 100
61 Butler County --------------------- 08 40 199 214 034 4 871 209 163 42 603 21 349 693
62 Caldwell County ------------------- 06 8 647 37 835 466 37 369 4 691 1 726 –
63 Callaway County ------------------ 09 34 572 137 611 16 795 120 816 17 512 20 846 8 716
64 Camden County ------------------- 04 30 595 127 243 7 339 119 904 15 028 2 861 –
65 Cape Girardeau County ------------ 08 64 508 259 521 10 613 248 908 72 110 20 403 2 612
66 Carroll County -------------------- 06 10 486 52 749 1 434 51 315 6 538 2 445 164
67 Carter County --------------------- 08 5 952 28 062 836 27 226 4 525 2 369 –
68 Cass County ---------------------- 04 71 385 239 647 40 321 199 326 24 013 36 774 26 339
69 Cedar County --------------------- 07 12 548 60 512 2 668 57 844 6 897 2 321 631
70 Chariton County ------------------- 06 8 838 45 401 1 269 44 132 7 511 2 280 –
71 Christian County ------------------ 07 40 592 111 824 5 132 106 692 15 044 4 323 30
72 Clark County ---------------------- 09 7 397 24 917 371 24 546 289 1 562 –
73 Clay County ---------------------- 06 163 334 403 840 27 288 376 552 59 351 37 335 15 680
74 Clinton County -------------------- 06 17 415 60 682 1 385 59 297 7 158 2 813 –
75 Cole County ---------------------- 04 67 047 902 114 35 762 866 352 680 123 13 904 7 706
76 Cooper County -------------------- 06 15 680 59 110 2 865 56 245 7 761 2 994 699
77 Crawford County ------------------ 08 20 767 73 604 2 010 71 594 9 105 1 887 –
78 Dade County---------------------- 07 7 851 33 609 738 32 871 4 633 1 423 –
79 Dallas County --------------------- 04 14 233 50 130 1 756 48 374 7 777 1 626 –
80 Daviess County ------------------- 06 7 675 37 080 4 400 32 680 3 808 1 909 –
81 De Kalb County ------------------- 06 10 176 31 969 568 31 401 4 743 1 428 –
82 Dent County ---------------------- 08 13 947 62 031 1 807 60 224 9 013 3 272 110
83 Douglas County ------------------- 07 12 111 41 927 1 095 40 832 6 446 1 727 –
84 Dunklin County -------------------- 08 32 895 165 732 4 810 160 922 40 388 6 882 2 200
85 Franklin County ------------------- 09 85 859 273 696 7 569 266 127 34 606 11 743 1 197
86 Gasconade County ---------------- 09 14 369 60 241 2 053 58 188 8 741 2 072 188
87 Gentry County -------------------- 06 6 869 39 291 902 38 389 5 452 2 177 340
88 Greene County -------------------- 07 222 432 869 892 41 044 828 848 121 070 113 128 11 917
89 Grundy County -------------------- 06 10 374 54 347 1 090 53 257 10 474 2 718 431

See footnotes at end of table.


County Area 37

Fiscal Year 1996mCon.

Direct Federal expenditures or obligationsmCon. Other Federal assistance

Direct payments for individuals Procurement contract awards


Other Federal
Retirement and Department of expenditures or Guaranteed loans and
Total disability All other Total Defense obligations Direct loans insurance

61 934 41 271 20 663 1 513 194 900 1 358 5 963 1


63 706 43 044 20 662 543 – 424 329 6 135 2
247 974 166 451 81 523 13 131 10 402 468 1 635 50 811 3
48 535 32 605 15 930 1 299 – 377 440 4 510 4
67 449 41 004 26 445 482 – 492 972 8 638 5
186 833 123 881 62 952 6 781 689 1 192 2 103 43 270 6
118 349 67 866 50 483 6 704 5 280 7 254 316 802 104 740 7
86 786 59 536 27 250 858 – 431 506 6 636 8
152 813 104 352 48 461 55 975 51 936 1 825 8 468 116 025 9
130 420 84 986 45 434 198 240 137 457 3 435 9 853 86 217 10
85 310 55 554 29 756 9 304 8 352 1 101 338 17 957 11
85 797 54 411 31 386 2 865 2 121 1 459 389 5 823 12
101 989 67 775 34 214 1 456 66 2 090 2 807 16 557 13
42 918 26 788 16 130 374 – 838 650 5 718 14
72 037 45 888 26 149 463 79 394 986 18 814 15
78 257 48 245 30 012 588 – 378 1 134 4 091 16
35 373 22 760 12 613 249 – 2 422 3 531 5 355 17
86 839 57 422 29 417 4 151 581 977 1 724 10 563 18
88 824 59 142 29 682 8 017 850 3 291 1 739 21 437 19
134 134 86 554 47 580 10 606 9 808 796 1 966 28 413 20
28 650 18 887 9 763 236 – 286 109 6 188 21
132 685 85 231 47 454 1 096 – 502 464 7 061 22
56 761 38 484 18 277 518 – 1 939 1 898 3 888 23
67 067 44 147 22 920 2 468 2 005 1 208 1 590 4 511 24
32 305 18 599 13 706 259 – 7 776 6 721 22 955 25
191 966 134 171 57 795 3 230 244 802 3 059 179 355 26
77 978 49 440 28 538 2 110 243 686 721 2 857 27
19 943 11 438 8 505 207 – 10 156 4 573 22 783 28
72 101 47 031 25 070 587 – 427 234 6 538 29
38 226 26 666 11 560 522 – 404 594 1 519 30
48 109 29 639 18 470 1 186 – 163 626 571 31
86 255 46 675 39 580 1 149 578 8 688 13 981 41 624 32
42 430 25 828 16 602 3 776 3 342 5 709 6 694 45 876 33
57 376 36 053 21 323 2 612 1 982 1 071 611 6 949 34
65 770 42 839 22 931 881 328 1 164 762 1 505 35
65 328 45 254 20 074 16 987 15 977 401 503 1 918 36
22 703 13 495 9 208 2 268 1 631 3 973 4 853 24 194 37
60 528 41 574 18 954 512 – 1 332 798 2 280 38
41 195 25 562 15 633 225 – 670 619 6 227 39
156 959 100 891 56 068 85 018 76 890 1 876 1 597 35 917 40
186 084 118 599 67 485 7 573 1 865 8 885 14 036 168 386 41
46 360 30 707 15 653 888 525 179 450 2 538 42
32 862 21 425 11 437 305 – 1 568 2 391 3 109 43
30 089 19 192 10 897 122 – 1 817 1 341 4 506 44
56 650 38 482 18 168 495 93 622 869 3 289 45
50 090 32 072 18 018 1 330 817 751 1 112 2 821 46
83 978 49 175 34 803 3 990 242 5 278 10 445 45 744 47
619 023 5 137 613 886 – – 59 428 13 800 15 278 48
15 966 130 10 079 493 5 886 637 10 593 615 9 218 323 1 136 785 406 652 4 322 033 49
60 140 35 684 24 456 1 681 1 013 2 268 1 091 3 438 50
31 096 21 166 9 930 398 – 1 979 1 573 9 859 51
22 065 15 355 6 710 323 – 3 362 2 103 39 705 52
80 085 51 345 28 740 851 85 3 786 2 942 22 524 53
97 661 68 616 29 045 1 288 517 684 1 420 7 758 54
33 757 22 267 11 490 394 – 3 699 1 603 10 397 55
49 347 33 598 15 749 617 – 4 055 1 678 10 881 56
71 841 47 317 24 524 1 837 1 353 818 383 3 119 57
30 111 20 504 9 607 293 – 1 411 401 3 757 58
259 448 160 612 98 836 32 283 3 288 3 202 4 501 32 472 59
272 739 178 402 94 337 4 015 581 2 027 406 68 809 60
140 053 96 538 43 515 2 072 125 7 957 3 796 44 161 61
28 194 18 268 9 926 408 – 2 816 630 4 218 62
91 988 61 544 30 444 3 572 640 3 693 2 122 14 895 63
108 067 76 458 31 609 1 134 – 153 860 9 614 64
157 703 110 619 47 084 6 917 2 619 2 387 2 674 60 433 65
35 570 23 601 11 969 1 591 575 6 604 964 19 667 66
20 980 14 914 6 066 147 – 40 79 2 788 67
172 553 124 614 47 939 3 749 1 718 2 559 3 895 61 541 68
49 933 34 866 15 067 696 313 665 462 3 728 69
28 208 18 886 9 322 1 319 670 6 082 2 079 14 373 70
90 901 66 910 23 991 957 – 598 2 329 17 433 71
19 425 12 729 6 696 402 64 3 239 3 557 16 199 72
298 853 177 195 121 658 6 622 355 1 679 6 206 147 038 73
48 204 32 597 15 607 635 – 1 872 1 557 17 462 74
190 252 135 578 54 674 17 270 13 581 564 1 220 33 401 75
44 685 30 130 14 555 899 392 2 772 1 319 12 287 76
61 904 42 591 19 313 555 – 153 333 4 117 77
25 558 18 037 7 521 389 51 1 605 664 2 398 78
40 163 27 626 12 537 360 – 204 71 1 787 79
22 787 15 798 6 989 4 223 3 779 4 353 1 492 8 481 80
21 234 14 992 6 242 727 – 3 838 911 4 933 81
49 201 33 548 15 653 407 – 138 638 916 82
32 716 22 140 10 576 249 – 789 783 462 83
112 987 72 322 40 665 1 227 49 4 248 2 803 29 275 84
220 880 154 036 66 844 4 796 1 745 1 672 4 499 43 613 85
47 787 33 621 14 166 1 109 643 532 76 7 459 86
26 461 16 994 9 467 431 – 4 769 975 7 003 87
601 476 418 688 182 788 31 969 3 301 2 250 1 605 98 942 88
37 133 24 920 12 213 444 – 3 578 639 7 049 89
38 Consolidated Federal Funds Report

Federal Government Expenditures or Obligations by State and County Area:


[Thousand dollars]

Direct Federal expenditures or obligations

Congressional Total direct expenditures or obligations Salaries and wages


State and county area district United States
resident Department of All other Department of
population1 Total Defense agencies Grant awards Total Defense

MissourimCon.
1 Harrison County ------------------- 06 8 348 44 843 1 022 43 821 5 793 2 516 292
2 Henry County --------------------- 04 20 763 110 129 4 165 105 964 13 397 3 869 125
3 Hickory County -------------------- 04 8 045 44 945 1 877 43 068 5 598 1 644 403
4 Holt County ----------------------- 06 5 677 31 519 335 31 184 7 037 1 524 –
5 Howard County ------------------- 06 9 605 42 583 2 063 40 520 5 640 1 732 145
6 Howell County -------------------- 08 33 838 156 720 11 463 145 257 32 076 4 891 600
7 Iron County ----------------------- 08 10 939 52 235 895 51 340 11 831 1 151 –
8 Jackson County ------------------- 04 05 06 634 733 4 073 541 310 112 3 763 429 477 726 737 792 70 500
9 Jasper County -------------------- 07 94 871 519 468 20 622 498 846 56 975 17 929 2 973
10 Jefferson County ------------------ 03 183 546 436 519 8 823 427 696 68 517 15 278 1 246
11 Johnson County ------------------- 04 46 194 314 706 204 471 110 235 16 153 138 280 133 236
12 Knox County ---------------------- 09 4 349 27 547 1 436 26 111 3 634 1 599 –
13 Laclede County ------------------- 04 28 682 106 459 6 668 99 791 15 085 3 833 360
14 Lafayette County ------------------ 04 31 946 135 171 4 974 130 197 28 866 6 258 2 092
15 Lawrence County ------------------ 07 31 374 114 414 4 780 109 634 17 632 5 729 913
16 Lewis County --------------------- 09 10 155 39 411 912 38 499 3 387 2 698 433
17 Lincoln County -------------------- 09 31 782 93 992 2 728 91 264 12 319 4 308 482
18 Linn County----------------------- 06 13 971 71 536 994 70 542 8 652 2 743 –
19 Livingston County ----------------- 06 14 433 65 168 1 091 64 077 9 352 4 967 283
20 McDonald County ----------------- 07 18 151 62 569 3 027 59 542 10 308 4 074 291
21 Macon County -------------------- 09 15 075 75 175 1 651 73 524 9 375 4 117 626
22 Madison County ------------------- 08 11 313 48 431 1 054 47 377 8 113 1 227 27
23 Maries County -------------------- 04 8 315 26 422 530 25 892 4 134 645 –
24 Marion County -------------------- 09 27 850 131 152 3 785 127 367 35 947 2 610 514
25 Mercer County -------------------- 06 3 969 17 896 262 17 634 1 468 815 –
26 Miller County---------------------- 04 21 819 87 402 3 192 84 210 11 868 2 654 –
27 Mississippi County ----------------- 08 14 039 64 642 1 011 63 631 14 605 1 829 25
28 Moniteau County ------------------ 04 12 725 42 833 956 41 877 4 038 2 196 –
29 Monroe County-------------------- 09 8 764 40 503 2 410 38 093 4 674 2 767 943
30 Montgomery County --------------- 09 11 494 55 253 757 54 496 11 723 2 292 –
31 Morgan County-------------------- 04 16 720 77 287 2 809 74 478 8 589 1 980 –
32 New Madrid County ---------------- 08 20 784 96 962 3 495 93 467 27 945 2 987 404
33 Newton County-------------------- 07 46 872 141 423 10 618 130 805 24 757 7 966 2 825
34 Nodaway County ------------------ 06 21 092 70 609 2 434 68 175 8 717 4 575 381
35 Oregon County -------------------- 08 9 856 42 688 1 375 41 313 6 721 1 478 –
36 Osage County -------------------- 04 12 203 35 604 805 34 799 3 379 1 794 –
37 Ozark County --------------------- 07 9 229 39 887 1 622 38 265 5 285 1 396 –
38 Pemiscot County ------------------ 08 21 579 110 213 3 067 107 146 29 309 4 813 445
39 Perry County---------------------- 08 17 265 60 862 5 748 55 114 6 653 2 556 429
40 Pettis County --------------------- 04 36 568 156 792 8 354 148 438 20 260 7 114 773
41 Phelps County -------------------- 08 36 988 188 742 14 748 173 994 28 688 29 986 4 320
42 Pike County ---------------------- 09 16 073 73 192 1 947 71 245 12 400 3 317 526
43 Platte County --------------------- 06 64 788 225 039 33 868 191 171 30 912 36 729 496
44 Polk County ---------------------- 07 23 822 93 813 3 194 90 619 13 397 3 645 –
45 Pulaski County -------------------- 04 39 802 520 700 410 557 110 143 22 794 329 166 326 169
46 Putnam County ------------------- 06 5 052 26 159 762 25 397 3 185 1 206 –
47 Ralls County ---------------------- 09 8 795 33 238 668 32 570 3 485 3 701 440
48 Randolph County ------------------ 09 24 011 102 019 2 103 99 916 15 369 3 758 295
49 Ray County ----------------------- 06 22 012 70 193 1 398 68 795 11 753 2 807 192
50 Reynolds County ------------------ 08 6 608 28 273 540 27 733 5 635 1 013 –
51 Ripley County --------------------- 08 13 265 63 707 2 045 61 662 11 860 2 245 199
52 St. Charles County ---------------- 02 09 239 288 599 119 29 830 569 289 55 469 25 486 490
53 St. Clair County ------------------- 04 8 731 42 548 764 41 784 7 767 1 272 –
54 St. Francois County ---------------- 08 51 798 224 696 4 811 219 885 38 063 6 421 542
55 St. Louis County------------------- 01 02 03 1 005 096 3 698 992 205 805 3 493 187 373 591 331 271 136 702
56 St. Louis city area ----------------- 01 03 368 215 12 143 176 9 126 217 3 016 959 807 307 854 885 330 014
57 Ste. Genevieve County ------------- 03 16 442 50 734 1 094 49 640 6 466 1 512 122
58 Saline County --------------------- 04 22 785 117 577 1 998 115 579 32 532 4 232 334
59 Schuyler County------------------- 06 4 263 22 900 939 21 961 2 770 1 912 467
60 Scotland County------------------- 09 4 789 25 009 161 24 848 3 346 1 059 –
61 Scott County ---------------------- 08 40 109 161 743 2 579 159 164 32 550 5 497 63
62 Shannon County ------------------ 08 7 975 32 515 850 31 665 7 164 2 133 –
63 Shelby County -------------------- 09 6 839 33 645 362 33 283 5 023 2 053 –
64 Stoddard County ------------------ 08 29 220 132 523 3 690 128 833 21 363 7 481 500
65 Stone County --------------------- 07 23 974 91 366 3 749 87 617 8 766 1 705 –
66 Sullivan County ------------------- 06 6 410 37 568 423 37 145 8 928 2 273 –
67 Taney County --------------------- 07 31 037 145 125 7 129 137 996 26 564 4 790 1 621
68 Texas County --------------------- 08 22 077 93 200 5 397 87 803 14 653 3 715 –
69 Vernon County -------------------- 04 19 129 96 848 2 785 94 063 27 514 4 375 1 009
70 Warren County -------------------- 09 21 842 71 035 2 080 68 955 11 591 2 864 424
71 Washington County ---------------- 08 21 481 73 312 566 72 746 16 706 2 442 –
72 Wayne County -------------------- 08 12 622 67 854 4 026 63 828 9 446 2 895 1 100
73 Webster County ------------------- 04 25 966 84 112 3 262 80 850 10 082 3 407 –
74 Worth County --------------------- 06 2 384 12 121 212 11 909 1 016 1 011 –
75 Wright County--------------------- 08 17 861 72 559 2 844 69 715 10 864 2 703 141
76 State undistributed----------------- 1 761 285 – 1 761 285 185 982 – –

77 Montana --------------------------- 856 057 4 972 344 392 376 4 579 968 1 002 520 631 939 195 259
78 Beaverhead County---------------- 00 8 849 39 172 1 506 37 666 3 667 8 033 526
79 Big Horn County------------------- 00 12 060 67 833 164 67 669 26 975 14 882 –
80 Blaine County --------------------- 00 7 054 52 672 96 52 576 20 524 6 487 272
81 Broadwater County ---------------- 00 3 677 15 593 324 15 269 1 696 1 292 –
82 Carbon County -------------------- 00 8 947 32 847 672 32 175 3 642 2 437 –

83 Carter County --------------------- 00 1 531 6 706 52 6 654 429 656 –


84 Cascade County ------------------ 00 81 167 993 548 226 178 767 370 58 738 189 182 163 471
85 Chouteau County ------------------ 00 5 451 26 375 296 26 079 1 183 1 299 –
86 Custer County -------------------- 00 12 126 66 300 898 65 402 13 648 14 423 98
87 Daniels County -------------------- 00 2 152 16 490 144 16 346 482 878 –

See footnotes at end of table.


County Area 39

Fiscal Year 1996mCon.

Direct Federal expenditures or obligationsmCon. Other Federal assistance

Direct payments for individuals Procurement contract awards


Other Federal
Retirement and Department of expenditures or Guaranteed loans and
Total disability All other Total Defense obligations Direct loans insurance

30 429 19 186 11 243 456 – 5 648 1 611 8 862 1


78 968 53 739 25 229 11 743 1 064 2 151 4 615 7 136 2
36 967 25 756 11 211 533 134 203 1 422 612 3
19 365 13 031 6 334 646 – 2 947 2 272 31 467 4
30 973 18 626 12 347 1 701 1 087 2 537 352 5 854 5
112 630 77 982 34 648 6 641 5 688 483 2 273 10 366 6
38 898 26 409 12 489 281 – 74 639 2 224 7
2 034 223 1 306 252 727 971 810 086 203 681 13 714 8 415 520 862 8
308 693 207 630 101 063 133 029 6 016 2 843 1 969 36 053 9
345 450 233 874 111 576 5 430 997 1 844 2 363 140 727 10
99 872 69 422 30 450 57 259 56 257 3 141 3 292 16 247 11
16 454 10 247 6 207 1 475 1 171 4 384 1 893 10 505 12
86 522 63 498 23 024 820 49 198 1 374 3 872 13
95 709 63 277 32 432 1 297 397 3 041 3 801 24 159 14
89 041 63 053 25 988 822 – 1 191 1 228 4 268 15
29 030 18 970 10 060 473 – 3 823 930 19 812 16
72 449 47 398 25 051 1 986 1 147 2 931 5 634 29 581 17
54 367 35 800 18 567 775 – 4 999 1 243 6 965 18
46 162 30 643 15 519 897 – 3 789 1 544 8 748 19
46 984 32 232 14 752 1 053 155 150 223 5 283 20
52 221 34 051 18 170 5 443 – 4 019 825 5 459 21
38 624 26 562 12 062 353 – 115 1 110 5 526 22
21 359 13 584 7 775 158 – 127 – 1 135 23
87 743 57 179 30 564 2 588 1 804 2 265 2 318 31 798 24
12 586 8 181 4 405 158 – 2 870 599 2 527 25
71 648 48 054 23 594 1 007 422 225 847 7 415 26
44 333 28 569 15 764 668 190 3 207 1 791 25 436 27
34 788 23 141 11 647 428 45 1 383 696 4 975 28
28 677 18 483 10 194 1 170 787 3 216 1 903 13 078 29
37 927 24 994 12 933 874 187 2 438 1 398 11 888 30
65 735 46 256 19 479 484 – 499 488 4 981 31
56 866 36 799 20 067 2 737 1 785 6 428 4 531 27 614 32
100 851 69 688 31 163 6 926 3 570 922 665 19 541 33
50 563 32 925 17 638 1 854 1 010 4 901 2 127 18 669 34
34 036 24 267 9 769 349 – 103 408 2 321 35
29 293 18 501 10 792 711 235 428 224 7 670 36
31 897 23 019 8 878 486 – 823 62 269 37
70 346 43 899 26 447 2 017 1 424 3 728 3 376 37 349 38
43 984 30 152 13 832 6 249 4 220 1 421 2 109 11 615 39
115 597 79 486 36 111 10 641 1 404 3 180 3 752 18 746 40
123 845 87 430 36 415 5 944 979 278 796 15 260 41
53 563 32 237 21 326 1 053 400 2 860 1 223 17 326 42
111 978 79 452 32 526 43 249 29 050 2 172 4 295 80 911 43
75 593 51 253 24 340 811 – 368 1 006 2 272 44
109 653 85 711 23 942 58 952 58 069 134 781 15 194 45
18 631 11 913 6 718 752 251 2 385 362 2 713 46
22 439 15 793 6 646 794 40 2 818 1 581 8 591 47
78 413 50 226 28 187 1 222 414 3 257 1 228 4 592 48
51 422 33 224 18 198 761 95 3 450 1 534 24 744 49
21 129 13 976 7 153 431 183 66 59 6 186 50
48 330 32 934 15 396 488 – 784 993 4 568 51
430 937 299 626 131 311 81 557 11 806 5 670 2 152 320 147 52
31 836 21 504 10 332 293 – 1 381 1 238 1 571 53
177 759 117 420 60 339 2 088 442 366 3 476 11 358 54
2 807 572 1 886 578 920 994 179 127 37 763 7 431 1 011 1 001 212 55
1 482 479 844 535 637 944 8 976 333 8 742 584 22 172 9 865 229 910 56
41 384 28 930 12 454 390 55 982 1 072 13 955 57
73 243 47 805 25 438 2 090 87 5 481 3 799 28 190 58
16 132 10 748 5 384 338 – 1 747 284 2 794 59
16 583 9 909 6 674 236 – 3 785 1 715 12 062 60
118 641 80 463 38 178 2 288 750 2 767 1 250 57 146 61
22 938 15 781 7 157 197 – 84 1 041 448 62
24 126 15 951 8 175 462 – 1 981 1 241 10 573 63
91 318 62 543 28 775 1 936 614 10 425 7 086 25 490 64
79 800 58 605 21 195 495 90 600 181 4 495 65
22 267 13 787 8 480 349 – 3 751 1 895 26 880 66
110 831 77 267 33 564 2 539 302 401 383 8 680 67
73 933 54 136 19 797 608 – 291 1 032 3 303 68
58 795 40 622 18 173 743 56 5 421 1 988 10 458 69
53 709 35 455 18 254 1 109 486 1 762 1 967 12 885 70
53 627 35 679 17 948 461 – 76 94 958 71
53 303 37 040 16 263 1 947 1 424 263 910 3 797 72
69 617 48 962 20 655 799 – 206 2 428 2 982 73
7 833 5 625 2 208 236 – 2 024 833 2 432 74
58 275 38 996 19 279 574 – 143 290 2 024 75
737 790 6 931 730 859 – – 837 513 201 900 285 925 76

2 446 687 1 681 087 765 600 262 931 89 622 628 268 122 806 1 172 262 77
25 197 16 388 8 809 1 714 26 561 677 5 377 78
21 941 14 154 7 787 1 838 – 2 197 2 006 19 435 79
15 051 10 813 4 238 3 886 ~342 6 724 1 142 17 126 80
11 203 8 328 2 875 149 – 1 252 622 4 795 81
25 030 17 872 7 158 675 – 1 062 253 6 959 82

3 064 2 340 724 270 – 2 286 335 2 026 83


251 072 185 963 65 109 43 273 34 842 451 283 1 856 95 089 84
14 819 10 962 3 857 304 – 8 770 5 846 52 038 85
36 196 27 047 9 149 820 48 1 213 352 18 612 86
7 794 5 706 2 088 968 – 6 368 1 824 13 225 87
40 Consolidated Federal Funds Report

Federal Government Expenditures or Obligations by State and County Area:


[Thousand dollars]

Direct Federal expenditures or obligations

Congressional Total direct expenditures or obligations Salaries and wages


State and county area district United States
resident Department of All other Department of
population1 Total Defense agencies Grant awards Total Defense

MontanamCon.
1 Dawson County ------------------- 00 8 994 37 440 490 36 950 5 054 2 294 118
2 Anaconda~Deer Lodge Co. --------- 00 10 229 46 888 884 46 004 7 099 2 955 22
3 Fallon County --------------------- 00 3 061 12 441 159 12 282 2 019 407 –
4 Fergus County -------------------- 00 12 588 52 890 1 392 51 498 4 251 5 688 179
5 Flathead County------------------- 00 67 285 292 204 29 553 262 651 54 025 28 376 875
6 Gallatin County-------------------- 00 57 773 187 572 13 737 173 835 44 667 24 041 2 127
7 Garfield County ------------------- 00 1 433 8 388 159 8 229 ~253 684 –
8 Glacier County -------------------- 00 12 426 90 236 323 89 913 42 203 11 805 –
9 Golden Valley County -------------- 00 949 5 781 94 5 687 697 230 –
10 Granite County -------------------- 00 2 655 9 761 246 9 515 1 121 1 177 –
11 Hill County------------------------ 00 17 480 92 052 1 690 90 362 26 274 6 003 489
12 Jefferson County ------------------ 00 8 988 30 770 6 029 24 741 3 116 6 977 4 911
13 Judith Basin County --------------- 00 2 246 9 764 205 9 559 1 014 1 300 –
14 Lake County ---------------------- 00 23 653 115 689 6 605 109 084 36 241 5 427 105
15 Lewis and Clark County ------------ 00 51 524 454 154 41 522 412 632 199 414 53 769 9 726
16 Liberty County -------------------- 00 2 238 11 629 95 11 534 159 701 –
17 Lincoln County -------------------- 00 18 409 106 268 4 622 101 646 18 979 16 923 1 277
18 McCone County ------------------- 00 2 140 16 942 77 16 865 5 332 488 –
19 Madison County ------------------- 00 6 384 25 633 812 24 821 4 999 2 668 –
20 Meagher County ------------------ 00 1 830 11 677 143 11 534 4 853 880 –
21 Mineral County -------------------- 00 3 633 23 718 278 23 440 9 324 1 885 –
22 Missoula County ------------------ 00 85 670 339 381 12 198 327 183 64 819 55 100 2 783
23 Musselshell County ---------------- 00 4 422 19 162 385 18 777 2 391 799 –
24 Park County ---------------------- 00 15 651 55 484 2 201 53 283 5 281 3 495 299
25 Petroleum County ----------------- 00 534 2 265 29 2 236 71 164 –
26 Phillips County -------------------- 00 5 039 29 266 1 066 28 200 7 172 2 108 236
27 Pondera County ------------------- 00 6 218 28 252 697 27 555 4 991 1 734 –
28 Powder River County -------------- 00 2 006 6 390 25 6 365 309 680 –
29 Powell County -------------------- 00 6 792 24 349 888 23 461 2 522 2 750 116
30 Prairie County--------------------- 00 1 331 6 433 104 6 329 318 329 –
31 Ravalli County -------------------- 00 30 701 130 200 6 105 124 095 13 439 15 384 214
32 Richland County------------------- 00 10 381 36 796 367 36 429 3 888 2 008 90
33 Roosevelt County ----------------- 00 11 127 76 461 1 978 74 483 30 718 8 791 241
34 Rosebud County ------------------ 00 10 755 43 943 371 43 572 17 866 5 724 28
35 Sanders County ------------------- 00 9 733 47 229 2 363 44 866 9 410 4 396 –
36 Sheridan County ------------------ 00 4 434 39 628 430 39 198 2 861 2 615 119
37 Butte~Silver Bow County------------ 00 34 814 176 496 5 127 171 369 23 642 13 362 1 469
38 Stillwater County ------------------ 00 7 222 32 084 630 31 454 1 561 1 386 –
39 Sweet Grass County --------------- 00 3 269 20 266 210 20 056 9 376 1 213 –
40 Teton County --------------------- 00 6 438 25 908 667 25 241 2 025 2 016 –
41 Toole County --------------------- 00 5 087 24 413 373 24 040 2 200 2 820 163
42 Treasure County ------------------ 00 875 3 099 28 3 071 241 216 –
43 Valley County --------------------- 00 8 316 52 549 4 064 48 485 6 183 6 183 1 740
44 Wheatland County ----------------- 00 2 355 12 533 314 12 219 793 1 258 71
45 Wibaux County -------------------- 00 1 138 5 268 2 5 266 388 267 –
46 Yellowstone County---------------- 00 122 765 504 174 12 309 491 865 87 983 82 888 3 494
47 Yellowstone Natl Park -------------- 00 52 34 – 34 – – –
48 State undistributed----------------- 270 849 – 270 849 100 497 – –
49 Nebraska -------------------------- 1 623 283 7 590 600 1 081 861 6 508 739 1 234 820 1 031 443 517 775
50 Adams County -------------------- 03 29 661 119 983 12 961 107 022 15 892 4 856 813
51 Antelope County ------------------ 03 7 618 32 429 1 516 30 913 4 236 1 493 –
52 Arthur County --------------------- 03 444 1 553 9 1 544 91 92 –
53 Banner County -------------------- 03 860 4 023 – 4 023 424 152 –
54 Blaine County --------------------- 03 668 2 231 55 2 176 405 276 –
55 Boone County--------------------- 03 6 511 27 940 116 27 824 3 205 1 350 –
56 Box Butte County ------------------ 03 12 892 42 609 849 41 760 4 583 3 181 114
57 Boyd County ---------------------- 03 2 722 12 381 136 12 245 1 051 779 –
58 Brown County --------------------- 03 3 626 15 766 409 15 357 1 721 764 –
59 Buffalo County -------------------- 03 39 389 118 892 2 879 116 013 16 365 7 089 1 091
60 Burt County ----------------------- 01 7 893 36 454 334 36 120 4 276 1 493 –
61 Butler County --------------------- 01 8 567 32 898 267 32 631 3 138 2 176 –
62 Cass County ---------------------- 01 02 22 464 78 615 7 215 71 400 12 577 3 349 –
63 Cedar County --------------------- 01 10 052 34 802 1 842 32 960 3 313 3 439 1 528
64 Chase County--------------------- 03 4 228 19 616 163 19 453 1 378 971 –
65 Cherry County -------------------- 03 6 367 26 561 265 26 296 7 399 1 702 –
66 Cheyenne County ----------------- 03 9 574 45 206 1 011 44 195 8 912 2 476 162
67 Clay County ---------------------- 03 7 236 38 455 327 38 128 4 166 7 581 –
68 Colfax County --------------------- 01 9 841 38 714 721 37 993 3 596 2 628 –
69 Cuming County ------------------- 01 10 089 38 440 2 297 36 143 4 722 2 192 –
70 Custer County -------------------- 03 12 405 52 298 789 51 509 6 829 2 798 113
71 Dakota County -------------------- 01 17 826 93 724 41 361 52 363 6 797 3 075 –
72 Dawes County -------------------- 03 9 111 40 065 669 39 396 7 531 4 900 241
73 Dawson County ------------------- 03 22 481 76 385 1 587 74 798 11 510 4 378 250
74 Deuel County --------------------- 03 2 101 9 485 143 9 342 393 401 –
75 Dixon County --------------------- 01 6 241 27 587 232 27 355 1 856 1 447 –
76 Dodge County -------------------- 01 34 567 136 868 7 989 128 879 18 018 6 132 904
77 Douglas County ------------------- 02 430 309 1 894 812 180 970 1 713 842 328 538 283 492 77 231
78 Dundy County--------------------- 03 2 519 12 954 159 12 795 1 019 543 –
79 Fillmore County ------------------- 03 6 883 30 698 131 30 567 3 260 1 562 –
80 Franklin County ------------------- 03 3 777 18 876 187 18 689 1 313 1 189 –
81 Frontier County ------------------- 03 3 143 12 796 142 12 654 1 890 849 –
82 Furnas County -------------------- 03 5 667 32 759 426 32 333 5 861 1 650 –
83 Gage County --------------------- 01 22 834 111 456 1 322 110 134 31 388 4 511 263
84 Garden County -------------------- 03 2 304 24 052 166 23 886 915 660 –
85 Garfield County ------------------- 03 2 068 9 163 108 9 055 747 390 –
86 Gosper County -------------------- 03 2 060 9 734 88 9 646 267 320 –
87 Grant County --------------------- 03 780 2 288 20 2 268 119 276 –
88 Greeley County ------------------- 03 3 020 13 014 78 12 936 832 857 –
89 Hall County ----------------------- 03 50 695 201 397 3 517 197 880 29 218 28 900 428

See footnotes at end of table.


County Area 41

Fiscal Year 1996mCon.

Direct Federal expenditures or obligationsmCon. Other Federal assistance

Direct payments for individuals Procurement contract awards


Other Federal
Retirement and Department of expenditures or Guaranteed loans and
Total disability All other Total Defense obligations Direct loans insurance

25 671 18 943 6 728 372 – 4 049 921 15 821 1


36 165 26 294 9 871 562 – 107 1 287 1 556 2
7 565 5 571 1 994 68 – 2 382 544 2 279 3
38 564 27 584 10 980 1 153 330 3 235 1 358 18 479 4
182 158 140 907 41 251 26 911 18 765 734 10 169 97 670 5
104 484 77 418 27 066 12 700 1 511 1 680 5 910 47 175 6
3 137 2 291 846 488 – 4 331 447 3 682 7
28 674 18 274 10 400 4 901 – 2 654 2 739 17 031 8
2 797 2 069 728 79 – 1 977 449 1 780 9
7 231 5 499 1 732 118 – 115 159 1 604 10
47 604 32 743 14 861 1 027 349 11 143 2 741 41 085 11
19 633 15 340 4 293 649 – 395 313 3 811 12
5 930 4 488 1 442 292 – 1 228 680 8 833 13
65 807 47 496 18 311 7 602 4 240 613 3 773 17 408 14
156 987 107 756 49 231 43 079 21 825 906 1 664 40 537 15
7 237 5 450 1 787 108 – 3 423 1 512 20 037 16
56 385 44 020 12 365 13 717 990 263 4 674 13 363 17
5 287 3 561 1 726 90 – 5 745 758 11 636 18
16 883 12 882 4 001 435 – 649 138 3 630 19
5 312 3 997 1 315 160 – 471 200 2 281 20
11 777 9 082 2 695 697 – 35 – 1 032 21
201 105 142 150 58 955 17 510 1 247 848 3 727 73 831 22
14 038 9 945 4 093 165 – 1 768 530 3 377 23
44 459 33 474 10 985 1 373 180 876 878 20 241 24
1 181 828 353 34 – 814 72 911 25
13 505 9 210 4 295 1 036 668 5 444 1 274 12 336 26
19 073 13 186 5 887 562 269 1 893 2 959 23 987 27
3 826 2 937 889 175 – 1 399 – 4 078 28
17 575 13 501 4 074 1 325 212 178 510 2 833 29
4 398 3 272 1 126 98 – 1 290 246 4 660 30
98 107 76 604 21 503 2 947 – 323 2 523 23 859 31
26 171 17 283 8 888 1 246 – 3 483 1 480 16 725 32
26 792 17 386 9 406 3 297 1 358 6 862 1 444 18 174 33
17 636 12 926 4 710 803 – 1 913 149 6 561 34
31 759 24 171 7 588 1 496 802 169 875 4 255 35
15 083 11 338 3 745 11 507 73 7 562 1 185 19 546 36
116 812 81 950 34 862 22 393 1 267 286 361 12 391 37
18 528 13 868 4 660 7 868 – 2 741 1 637 7 614 38
8 924 6 957 1 967 325 – 428 473 3 170 39
17 681 12 732 4 949 374 – 3 813 5 517 40 268 40
13 081 8 562 4 519 567 – 5 745 4 141 20 758 41
2 248 1 615 633 45 – 349 5 4 400 42
27 078 20 446 6 632 3 929 564 9 176 1 800 22 877 43
8 477 5 698 2 779 122 – 1 882 622 1 507 44
2 884 2 301 583 45 – 1 684 259 5 539 45
313 327 226 490 86 837 14 583 398 5 392 2 691 117 550 46
33 32 1 1 – – – – 47
136 254 985 135 269 – – 34 099 32 100 95 404 48
4 295 707 2 980 110 1 315 597 584 873 366 759 443 757 240 592 4 287 954 49
82 484 59 795 22 689 11 248 10 346 5 503 3 439 48 700 50
20 000 14 053 5 947 615 118 6 085 6 928 31 488 51
1 066 844 222 23 – 283 122 782 52
1 024 767 257 23 – 2 400 488 7 713 53
1 258 929 329 68 – 224 346 762 54
17 288 12 485 4 803 281 – 5 816 4 444 22 355 55
29 988 23 369 6 619 733 40 4 124 718 34 102 56
9 588 6 314 3 274 169 – 795 947 3 068 57
10 848 8 201 2 647 158 – 2 276 1 814 10 369 58
83 201 58 000 25 201 5 707 – 6 530 3 819 66 947 59
26 174 18 114 8 060 350 – 4 160 4 945 33 744 60
21 872 16 681 5 191 493 – 5 219 2 714 32 942 61
58 649 44 586 14 063 922 44 3 119 2 302 113 639 62
23 324 17 421 5 903 415 – 4 310 4 878 31 197 63
12 944 9 453 3 491 180 – 4 143 2 232 35 186 64
16 022 12 124 3 898 299 – 1 139 1 320 3 455 65
30 544 22 338 8 206 1 444 183 1 830 1 189 27 354 66
20 569 15 961 4 608 683 – 5 457 1 580 40 505 67
29 189 18 702 10 487 774 155 2 527 2 649 29 147 68
25 368 18 291 7 077 3 139 1 845 3 019 2 844 41 797 69
35 735 26 196 9 539 713 – 6 223 5 020 49 231 70
40 705 28 026 12 679 41 106 40 678 2 040 1 197 15 014 71
25 020 17 597 7 423 878 – 1 737 2 243 3 942 72
53 028 38 266 14 762 1 471 603 5 997 13 381 68 038 73
7 668 5 854 1 814 68 – 955 1 609 10 183 74
16 163 11 626 4 537 3 216 57 4 905 2 347 16 543 75
102 831 73 881 28 950 6 059 4 947 3 829 3 387 135 523 76
1 140 762 785 519 355 243 134 576 50 198 7 443 1 124 298 859 77
8 205 5 599 2 606 124 – 3 063 2 444 23 604 78
19 631 14 746 4 885 360 – 5 884 5 549 48 407 79
12 954 9 635 3 319 270 – 3 149 1 891 18 802 80
7 423 5 322 2 101 180 – 2 454 2 344 20 987 81
21 581 15 906 5 675 349 – 3 318 919 19 359 82
67 636 51 948 15 688 734 – 7 188 2 386 37 596 83
8 775 6 443 2 332 12 569 – 1 133 599 7 938 84
7 104 5 203 1 901 227 – 695 134 1 937 85
6 623 5 177 1 446 68 – 2 457 1 876 22 323 86
1 811 1 378 433 68 – 14 – – 87
8 404 6 398 2 006 180 – 2 741 959 10 948 88
132 021 95 793 36 228 4 196 813 7 063 3 977 104 798 89
42 Consolidated Federal Funds Report

Federal Government Expenditures or Obligations by State and County Area:


[Thousand dollars]

Direct Federal expenditures or obligations

Congressional Total direct expenditures or obligations Salaries and wages


State and county area district United States
resident Department of All other Department of
population1 Total Defense agencies Grant awards Total Defense

NebraskamCon.
1 Hamilton County ------------------ 03 9 147 32 665 497 32 168 2 582 1 471 –
2 Harlan County -------------------- 03 3 751 17 693 675 17 018 1 208 1 305 359
3 Hayes County --------------------- 03 1 155 4 644 56 4 588 235 300 –
4 Hitchcock County ------------------ 03 3 451 15 542 157 15 385 2 180 755 –
5 Holt County ----------------------- 03 12 435 49 439 1 106 48 333 6 754 2 471 180

6 Hooker County -------------------- 03 727 3 424 27 3 397 322 205 –


7 Howard County ------------------- 03 6 266 25 242 322 24 920 3 367 1 175 –
8 Jefferson County ------------------ 03 8 582 39 100 583 38 517 5 524 1 791 176
9 Johnson County ------------------- 01 4 630 21 035 230 20 805 2 069 1 564 –
10 Kearney County ------------------- 03 6 562 28 067 223 27 844 3 481 1 188 –

11 Keith County ---------------------- 03 8 479 31 054 526 30 528 3 234 1 642 77


12 Keya Paha County----------------- 03 990 3 369 – 3 369 454 184 –
13 Kimball County -------------------- 03 4 063 22 004 2 197 19 807 1 457 636 –
14 Knox County ---------------------- 03 9 512 48 206 356 47 850 11 356 2 103 46
15 Lancaster County------------------ 01 225 748 1 103 551 91 202 1 012 349 380 911 129 405 32 887

16 Lincoln County -------------------- 03 33 306 132 544 2 798 129 746 17 776 10 140 582
17 Logan County --------------------- 03 888 3 162 72 3 090 144 92 –
18 Loup County ---------------------- 03 660 2 065 39 2 026 87 92 –
19 McPherson County ---------------- 03 554 1 833 17 1 816 108 92 –
20 Madison County ------------------- 01 33 892 115 841 2 153 113 688 14 992 11 504 543

21 Merrick County -------------------- 03 8 124 30 752 438 30 314 3 088 1 465 7


22 Morrill County --------------------- 03 5 344 19 876 392 19 484 1 932 907 –
23 Nance County--------------------- 03 4 276 17 414 158 17 256 1 986 594 –
24 Nemaha County ------------------- 01 7 763 31 901 487 31 414 4 752 1 693 2
25 Nuckolls County ------------------- 03 5 570 26 693 290 26 403 3 331 1 373 –

26 Otoe County ---------------------- 01 14 380 56 685 3 142 53 543 6 529 2 753 213
27 Pawnee County ------------------- 01 3 301 17 841 317 17 524 1 121 1 008 –
28 Perkins County -------------------- 03 3 246 17 189 78 17 111 1 349 635 –
29 Phelps County -------------------- 03 9 869 40 719 514 40 205 4 642 1 980 206
30 Pierce County --------------------- 03 7 831 27 639 220 27 419 2 431 1 341 –

31 Platte County --------------------- 03 30 670 84 290 2 347 81 943 9 283 5 858 595
32 Polk County ---------------------- 03 5 556 23 016 174 22 842 1 449 911 –
33 Red Willow County ---------------- 03 11 372 48 779 1 216 47 563 7 500 3 059 519
34 Richardson County ---------------- 01 9 750 45 010 980 44 030 4 717 2 126 167
35 Rock County ---------------------- 03 1 931 8 315 14 8 301 1 066 309 –

36 Saline County --------------------- 01 12 899 99 008 977 98 031 5 414 3 174 309
37 Sarpy County --------------------- 02 109 204 794 902 658 786 136 116 21 478 401 776 394 611
38 Saunders County ------------------ 01 18 706 68 739 7 738 61 001 6 557 4 684 1 544
39 Scotts Bluff County ---------------- 03 36 946 147 142 2 765 144 377 24 082 8 324 806
40 Seward County-------------------- 01 16 049 54 609 978 53 631 11 091 2 472 217

41 Sheridan County ------------------ 03 6 669 28 392 297 28 095 4 280 1 129 –


42 Sherman County ------------------ 03 3 611 17 417 118 17 299 3 185 818 –
43 Sioux County --------------------- 03 1 566 3 539 67 3 472 129 333 –
44 Stanton County ------------------- 01 6 148 13 743 137 13 606 1 364 571 –
45 Thayer County -------------------- 03 6 537 30 694 249 30 445 3 168 1 517 –

46 Thomas County ------------------- 03 825 4 292 18 4 274 187 1 672 –


47 Thurston County ------------------ 01 7 199 58 821 16 645 42 176 14 981 5 073 –
48 Valley County --------------------- 03 4 900 22 541 248 22 293 3 247 1 232 –
49 Washington County ---------------- 01 17 445 49 157 1 661 47 496 6 678 2 127 –
50 Wayne County -------------------- 01 9 564 29 673 1 693 27 980 3 533 2 025 337

51 Webster County ------------------- 03 4 190 20 077 178 19 899 1 868 1 076 –


52 Wheeler County ------------------- 03 975 4 380 46 4 334 175 276 –
53 York County ---------------------- 01 14 576 55 422 1 801 53 621 6 601 2 669 254
54 State undistributed----------------- 313 476 – 313 476 43 637 – –

55 Nevada ---------------------------- 1 457 046 7 514 329 1 061 836 6 452 493 934 322 849 697 392 286
56 Churchill County------------------- 02 20 300 205 860 137 894 67 966 8 304 50 832 46 881
57 Clark County ---------------------- 01 02 938 227 4 849 343 728 664 4 120 679 440 263 587 031 314 361
58 Douglas County ------------------- 02 33 221 94 474 7 345 87 129 6 843 3 376 –
59 Elko County ---------------------- 02 40 400 96 620 3 733 92 887 34 248 14 285 356
60 Esmeralda County ----------------- 02 1 134 6 392 220 6 172 234 276 –

61 Eureka County -------------------- 02 1 375 4 331 2 4 329 1 215 138 –


62 Humboldt County ------------------ 02 15 261 33 335 817 32 518 4 301 5 154 32
63 Lander County -------------------- 02 6 570 13 860 288 13 572 1 361 3 130 –
64 Lincoln County -------------------- 02 3 814 15 124 769 14 355 1 577 1 521 –
65 Lyon County ---------------------- 02 24 453 94 496 6 349 88 147 7 419 2 314 233

66 Mineral County -------------------- 02 5 914 78 654 50 244 28 410 4 276 3 964 2 365
67 Nye County ----------------------- 02 21 861 107 132 10 692 96 440 5 457 8 221 359
68 Carson City city area --------------- 02 45 117 354 694 25 992 328 702 157 873 23 191 5 608
69 Pershing County ------------------ 02 4 480 16 862 211 16 651 2 118 672 –
70 Storey County--------------------- 02 2 705 3 275 194 3 081 435 138 –

71 Washoe County ------------------- 02 282 936 1 100 324 87 512 1 012 812 176 607 139 584 21 927
72 White Pine County ----------------- 02 9 278 35 467 910 34 557 6 494 5 869 164
73 State undistributed----------------- 404 083 – 404 083 75 298 – –

74 New Hampshire --------------------- 1 136 859 5 049 288 835 848 4 213 440 933 782 447 956 97 475
75 Belknap County ------------------- 01 02 49 815 214 689 10 489 204 200 33 935 10 386 322
76 Carroll County -------------------- 01 37 055 162 129 7 051 155 078 27 050 6 651 –
77 Cheshire County ------------------ 02 70 924 230 996 9 662 221 334 35 530 9 684 768
78 Coos County ---------------------- 02 33 903 154 880 4 140 150 740 27 076 6 523 741
79 Grafton County -------------------- 02 77 098 364 221 49 756 314 465 96 307 28 222 13 987

See footnotes at end of table.


County Area 43

Fiscal Year 1996mCon.

Direct Federal expenditures or obligationsmCon. Other Federal assistance

Direct payments for individuals Procurement contract awards


Other Federal
Retirement and Department of expenditures or Guaranteed loans and
Total disability All other Total Defense obligations Direct loans insurance

20 930 15 994 4 936 338 – 7 344 4 803 61 221 1


12 242 9 049 3 193 240 37 2 699 2 002 21 380 2
2 065 1 277 788 45 – 1 999 653 12 429 3
10 730 8 292 2 438 158 – 1 719 1 047 14 254 4
32 399 22 274 10 125 715 343 7 101 11 348 31 662 5

2 819 2 101 718 23 – 56 13 101 6


17 016 12 102 4 914 270 – 3 413 3 116 18 588 7
27 414 21 097 6 317 327 – 4 045 1 000 21 689 8
13 421 10 048 3 373 236 – 3 746 242 10 382 9
17 418 12 362 5 056 290 31 5 691 4 399 46 995 10

23 529 18 033 5 496 479 – 2 170 2 460 20 338 11


2 220 1 669 551 45 – 466 276 2 644 12
12 188 9 660 2 528 2 193 2 047 5 529 887 10 006 13
29 900 20 863 9 037 394 ~37 4 453 4 711 20 100 14
532 830 370 942 161 888 49 687 31 483 10 718 2 078 207 595 15

96 353 72 711 23 642 1 822 266 6 453 4 557 199 845 16


2 316 1 773 543 23 – 587 165 2 945 17
1 560 966 594 23 – 304 364 1 323 18
1 323 1 028 295 23 – 288 170 898 19
82 552 59 707 22 845 2 309 158 4 484 3 989 37 129 20

21 565 15 311 6 254 338 – 4 296 2 273 36 502 21


14 439 10 866 3 573 191 – 2 407 1 304 20 749 22
11 547 8 125 3 422 124 – 3 162 1 663 19 064 23
22 450 15 872 6 578 320 – 2 686 1 657 25 095 24
18 782 13 932 4 850 270 – 2 936 2 738 16 688 25

40 863 30 696 10 167 2 707 1 792 3 834 1 757 35 453 26


11 699 8 581 3 118 225 – 3 789 1 313 8 633 27
9 589 7 024 2 565 146 – 5 469 3 092 35 736 28
27 096 20 120 6 976 360 – 6 640 5 590 64 752 29
19 076 14 135 4 941 300 – 4 492 2 712 26 777 30

62 079 48 717 13 362 1 498 597 5 571 7 216 55 243 31


16 227 11 674 4 553 231 – 4 198 3 120 32 476 32
35 129 25 401 9 728 523 89 2 568 2 951 21 609 33
33 833 24 329 9 504 439 – 3 894 548 28 179 34
4 684 3 636 1 048 56 – 2 199 1 550 7 445 35

35 232 26 278 8 954 50 742 – 4 446 645 36 907 36


173 406 145 144 28 262 196 828 195 657 1 413 701 137 245 37
46 505 33 714 12 791 6 081 5 251 4 912 2 535 67 547 38
106 263 78 153 28 110 5 687 99 2 785 2 457 44 553 39
34 577 26 526 8 051 560 – 5 910 2 216 35 398 40

19 892 14 892 5 000 236 – 2 856 3 385 11 995 41


10 101 7 299 2 802 503 – 2 810 996 17 470 42
2 017 1 703 314 74 – 986 235 5 030 43
8 167 6 148 2 019 124 – 3 516 1 780 16 978 44
21 040 16 310 4 730 360 – 4 607 2 694 27 237 45

2 222 1 517 705 116 – 95 – 839 46


18 328 11 493 6 835 16 952 16 568 3 487 2 161 25 713 47
15 317 11 223 4 094 214 – 2 530 1 207 16 293 48
37 066 26 710 10 356 951 501 2 335 4 558 26 869 49
18 840 12 977 5 863 1 393 1 100 3 882 2 502 23 514 50

14 095 10 218 3 877 226 – 2 811 629 13 509 51


1 940 1 381 559 68 – 1 921 1 400 6 144 52
38 163 28 256 9 907 1 261 750 6 728 7 523 54 445 53
156 769 856 155 913 – – 113 071 12 100 1 015 057 54

4 276 915 2 842 898 1 434 017 1 406 672 290 489 46 723 50 189 2 656 544 55
62 230 45 768 16 462 84 313 80 135 181 815 19 092 56
2 674 213 1 886 873 787 340 1 142 153 139 928 5 683 4 668 1 892 348 57
80 891 62 020 18 871 3 215 1 338 149 4 785 69 971 58
43 566 33 175 10 391 4 134 1 100 387 4 731 25 969 59
5 802 5 004 798 68 – 12 – – 60

2 752 1 916 836 134 – 92 89 358 61


22 343 16 007 6 336 881 – 656 754 9 451 62
7 753 5 395 2 358 1 513 – 103 64 8 980 63
11 709 8 747 2 962 278 – 40 209 3 439 64
81 611 61 177 20 434 2 917 1 318 235 4 145 30 473 65

22 973 17 821 5 152 47 405 46 357 36 104 18 441 66


86 820 65 972 20 848 6 450 1 676 184 2 606 52 411 67
159 363 114 801 44 562 14 043 4 578 224 – 83 695 68
8 145 5 587 2 558 5 647 – 280 559 1 650 69
2 552 2 017 535 142 – 9 382 9 813 70

689 617 491 016 198 601 92 224 14 059 2 292 817 411 103 71
21 794 16 718 5 076 1 157 – 153 1 160 6 383 72
292 781 2 884 289 897 – – 36 005 24 300 12 966 73

2 936 384 2 028 429 907 955 671 585 566 876 59 581 35 320 930 273 74
164 977 116 893 48 084 4 998 3 057 393 3 901 21 918 75
126 761 94 038 32 723 1 401 – 266 2 571 21 375 76
181 217 127 059 54 158 3 965 1 913 600 4 621 42 925 77
118 382 78 023 40 359 2 632 247 268 111 14 302 78
199 796 141 418 58 378 39 013 24 314 883 1 813 49 910 79
44 Consolidated Federal Funds Report

Federal Government Expenditures or Obligations by State and County Area:


[Thousand dollars]

Direct Federal expenditures or obligations

Congressional Total direct expenditures or obligations Salaries and wages


State and county area district United States
resident Department of All other Department of
population1 Total Defense agencies Grant awards Total Defense

New HampshiremCon.
1 Hillsborough County --------------- 01 02 346 784 1 634 147 444 782 1 189 365 193 540 220 911 19 801
2 Merrimack County ----------------- 01 02 122 140 605 460 27 167 578 293 243 754 39 129 7 180
3 Rockingham County --------------- 01 02 253 855 957 294 251 686 705 608 117 980 104 864 52 523
4 Strafford County ------------------- 01 106 290 404 320 26 939 377 381 97 170 16 817 1 965
5 Sullivan County ------------------- 02 38 995 146 420 4 176 142 244 26 977 4 770 188
6 State undistributed----------------- 174 732 – 174 732 34 464 – –
7 New Jersey ------------------------ 7 903 996 38 467 353 4 152 692 34 314 661 6 529 361 3 556 418 1 219 763
8 Atlantic County -------------------- 02 232 231 1 146 829 42 003 1 104 826 178 467 147 880 18 286
9 Bergen County -------------------- 05 09 842 383 3 201 628 218 831 2 982 797 292 902 161 783 6 996
10 Burlington County ----------------- 01 02 03 04 398 812 2 418 448 1 167 554 1 250 894 154 421 440 343 347 971
11 Camden County ------------------- 01 03 506 585 2 236 441 176 545 2 059 896 388 512 166 802 12 226
12 Cape May County ----------------- 02 97 774 513 680 11 590 502 090 62 964 50 554 809
13 Cumberland County --------------- 02 138 803 605 057 15 992 589 065 128 896 38 889 1 516
14 Essex County --------------------- 2 765 348 4 159 035 73 830 4 085 205 1 301 553 421 010 5 685
15 Gloucester County ----------------- 01 02 241 527 782 844 53 886 728 958 102 931 27 243 2 450
16 Hudson County ------------------- 09 10 13 552 387 2 676 673 189 481 2 487 192 533 359 465 136 101 620
17 Hunterdon County ----------------- 12 115 210 281 420 11 109 270 311 40 197 15 496 166
18 Mercer County -------------------- 04 12 329 431 2 676 353 147 228 2 529 125 1 153 294 179 236 31 517
19 Middlesex County ----------------- 06 07 12 13 692 869 2 494 490 98 576 2 395 914 371 139 188 618 12 543
20 Monmouth County ----------------- 04 06 12 578 509 2 773 018 820 646 1 952 372 223 618 474 607 361 996
21 Morris County --------------------- 11 438 471 1 654 406 488 029 1 166 377 135 965 239 727 176 945
22 Ocean County -------------------- 03 04 456 518 2 382 194 218 980 2 163 214 206 943 168 304 109 721
23 Passaic County ------------------- 05 08 11 461 782 1 984 353 284 204 1 700 149 369 717 92 000 4 944
24 Salem County --------------------- 02 64 786 254 455 7 517 246 938 46 220 12 110 4 066
25 Somerset County ------------------ 07 11 12 260 677 828 281 42 226 786 055 131 074 105 205 3 117
26 Sussex County -------------------- 05 11 138 261 336 157 9 610 326 547 39 192 16 890 343
27 Union County --------------------- 07 10 13 496 230 1 959 109 59 887 1 899 222 270 632 130 655 15 073
28 Warren County -------------------- 05 95 402 349 165 14 968 334 197 44 388 13 930 1 774
29 State undistributed----------------- 2 753 315 – 2 753 315 352 977 – –
30 New Mexico ------------------------ 1 653 537 12 140 579 1 877 957 10 262 622 2 126 085 1 686 421 848 691
31 Bernalillo County ------------------ 01 02 03 515 578 4 652 128 879 543 3 772 585 485 507 771 913 331 650
32 Catron County -------------------- 02 2 603 14 358 482 13 876 764 2 802 –
33 Chaves County-------------------- 02 60 964 273 322 14 595 258 727 60 540 17 107 2 390
34 Colfax County --------------------- 03 13 761 66 107 2 518 63 589 20 956 2 525 527
35 Curry County --------------------- 03 47 909 374 589 217 059 157 530 36 065 175 540 169 375
36 De Baca County ------------------- 02 2 278 19 142 230 18 912 8 598 634 –
37 Dona Ana County ----------------- 02 155 469 935 242 322 120 613 122 166 691 162 593 124 150
38 Eddy County ---------------------- 02 52 793 302 235 6 426 295 809 45 378 19 956 669
39 Grant County --------------------- 02 29 333 136 982 3 984 132 998 34 195 8 094 370
40 Guadalupe County----------------- 02 4 151 19 596 986 18 610 3 912 1 128 281
41 Harding County ------------------- 03 939 4 697 118 4 579 265 448 –
42 Hidalgo County-------------------- 02 6 133 24 471 529 23 942 5 868 2 116 149
43 Lea County ----------------------- 02 57 112 193 481 2 409 191 072 44 096 5 360 273
44 Lincoln County -------------------- 02 14 165 67 391 4 454 62 937 10 209 3 971 156
45 Los Alamos County ---------------- 03 18 521 1 211 823 11 728 1 200 095 25 263 9 587 145
46 Luna County ---------------------- 02 21 541 96 432 3 044 93 388 15 818 6 919 409
47 McKinley County ------------------ 03 65 506 321 825 18 939 302 886 93 556 84 016 309
48 Mora County ---------------------- 03 4 502 20 522 368 20 154 5 718 1 331 –
49 Otero County --------------------- 02 54 307 475 679 293 881 181 798 34 772 208 804 191 918
50 Quay County---------------------- 03 10 561 52 327 1 633 50 694 9 151 2 886 455
51 Rio Arriba County ----------------- 03 36 297 166 952 2 742 164 210 61 749 11 603 342
52 Roosevelt County ----------------- 03 18 507 77 440 2 484 74 956 14 637 2 702 325
53 Sandoval County ------------------ 01 03 76 147 219 213 7 890 211 323 45 653 11 973 922
54 San Juan County ------------------ 03 99 250 346 858 14 295 332 563 67 022 65 570 8 650
55 San Miguel County ---------------- 03 27 358 135 240 3 037 132 203 51 071 6 278 439
56 Santa Fe County ------------------ 01 03 112 240 668 132 30 452 637 680 335 943 56 632 11 543
57 Sierra County --------------------- 02 10 533 79 073 3 041 76 032 14 975 3 945 187
58 Socorro County ------------------- 02 15 676 85 118 11 043 74 075 28 268 7 493 1 828
59 Taos County ---------------------- 03 24 988 97 745 2 228 95 517 24 256 10 240 359
60 Torrance County ------------------ 01 11 969 40 959 2 736 38 223 6 385 2 005 –
61 Union County --------------------- 03 4 136 21 909 400 21 509 4 736 2 157 88
62 Valencia County ------------------- 01 02 53 809 216 163 10 309 205 854 57 373 5 455 781
63 Cibola County --------------------- 02 03 24 501 97 224 2 254 94 970 44 960 12 637 –
64 State undistributed----------------- 626 204 – 626 204 261 732 – –
65 New York -------------------------- 18 172 614 95 797 668 5 341 174 90 456 494 26 117 662 7 156 846 1 276 839
66 Albany County -------------------- 21 291 292 4 188 821 131 797 4 057 024 2 830 591 321 045 75 359
67 Allegany County ------------------- 31 51 273 188 225 4 923 183 302 44 982 6 352 76
68 Broome County ------------------- 23 25 26 208 537 969 836 164 682 805 154 154 179 43 528 6 484
69 Cattaraugus County --------------- 31 85 575 345 655 4 963 340 692 75 298 13 914 618
70 Cayuga County ------------------- 25 27 31 83 115 293 041 6 969 286 072 63 587 9 379 919
71 Chautauqua County --------------- 31 142 171 600 515 18 034 582 481 135 336 21 145 1 951
72 Chemung County ------------------ 31 94 528 388 993 8 492 380 501 83 633 23 633 2 470
73 Chenango County ----------------- 23 52 343 196 039 12 187 183 852 41 518 5 926 74
74 Clinton County -------------------- 24 86 978 306 848 28 456 278 392 67 673 25 925 2 851
75 Columbia County ------------------ 22 63 405 250 911 3 595 247 316 55 123 8 709 43
76 Cortland County ------------------- 25 49 373 174 847 4 142 170 705 53 167 6 373 247
77 Delaware County ------------------ 23 26 47 737 246 837 9 215 237 622 70 850 11 099 4 107
78 Dutchess County ------------------ 19 22 26 261 481 915 008 8 618 906 390 187 906 62 008 429
79 Erie County ----------------------- 27 29 30 967 617 4 487 261 200 565 4 286 696 911 780 405 849 34 430
80 Essex County --------------------- 22 24 37 950 187 469 6 810 180 659 38 498 20 855 280
81 Franklin County ------------------- 24 49 121 206 092 5 305 200 787 71 369 8 483 1 286
82 Fulton County --------------------- 24 54 436 195 820 4 155 191 665 40 550 5 576 289
83 Genesee County ------------------ 27 61 292 241 632 2 637 238 995 30 769 18 993 634
84 Greene County -------------------- 22 47 332 176 496 2 272 174 224 31 267 6 121 275
85 Hamilton County ------------------ 24 5 238 22 657 532 22 125 2 967 927 –
86 Herkimer County ------------------ 23 24 66 820 263 872 3 816 260 056 58 995 7 185 501
87 Jefferson County ------------------ 24 114 891 818 804 449 551 369 253 91 267 397 292 377 642
88 Lewis County --------------------- 24 27 611 87 589 1 617 85 972 19 350 3 220 –
89 Livingston County ----------------- 27 64 971 188 599 2 865 185 734 31 263 8 039 540
90 Madison County ------------------- 23 71 711 218 970 3 999 214 971 48 467 8 062 100

See footnotes at end of table.


County Area 45

Fiscal Year 1996mCon.

Direct Federal expenditures or obligationsmCon. Other Federal assistance

Direct payments for individuals Procurement contract awards


Other Federal
Retirement and Department of expenditures or Guaranteed loans and
Total disability All other Total Defense obligations Direct loans insurance

796 597 565 034 231 563 417 770 369 464 5 329 7 310 245 546 1
311 497 213 406 98 091 10 294 2 098 787 2 760 81 460 2
555 873 411 992 143 881 176 761 161 519 1 816 3 429 248 535 3
276 867 199 759 77 108 12 944 3 465 521 2 435 48 839 4
112 637 76 807 35 830 1 808 799 228 1 670 10 948 5
91 778 4 000 87 778 – – 48 489 4 700 144 515 6
24 355 024 14 091 405 10 263 619 3 750 337 2 577 472 276 212 342 520 20 809 604 7
707 078 433 845 273 233 110 235 12 132 3 169 4 970 2 697 232 8
2 453 932 1 644 443 809 489 286 527 198 000 6 485 179 837 412 9
1 055 648 759 765 295 883 765 465 733 625 2 572 8 548 503 399 10
1 468 832 927 474 541 358 205 933 139 264 6 361 4 823 400 186 11
387 634 248 700 138 934 9 810 4 034 2 718 2 831 4 599 878 12
416 256 251 729 164 527 20 061 9 958 956 7 226 152 779 13
2 277 710 1 259 931 1 017 779 150 120 57 980 8 643 1 225 438 289 14
585 704 374 480 211 224 65 042 39 905 1 923 4 305 193 761 15
1 420 494 788 923 631 571 241 744 81 947 15 939 85 393 088 16
211 302 143 650 67 652 13 090 8 165 1 334 1 415 128 201 17
1 027 317 641 613 385 704 307 636 78 430 8 871 8 765 195 372 18
1 687 976 1 070 214 617 762 240 554 65 352 6 202 501 424 504 19
1 609 104 1 059 071 550 033 460 986 418 374 4 702 703 1 562 170 20
965 441 664 658 300 783 310 444 291 671 2 829 429 429 494 21
1 911 940 1 270 440 641 500 92 104 78 059 2 903 4 912 5 416 750 22
1 205 687 740 436 465 251 312 804 274 995 4 145 71 477 664 23
191 364 118 826 72 538 3 996 854 765 4 978 142 603 24
541 879 386 833 155 046 47 868 34 281 2 256 743 248 812 25
268 650 182 966 85 684 10 662 5 387 764 3 961 61 807 26
1 472 055 940 335 531 720 81 303 34 666 4 465 529 535 806 27
274 273 173 280 100 993 13 951 10 393 2 622 2 869 66 823 28
2 214 749 9 792 2 204 957 – – 185 589 278 450 903 573 29
4 508 437 3 029 518 1 478 919 3 676 231 679 539 143 406 109 486 1 378 861 30
1 417 447 1 026 000 391 447 1 972 290 379 891 4 970 1 059 417 298 31
8 870 7 169 1 701 1 725 – 197 204 621 32
174 613 124 910 49 703 17 807 1 243 3 254 684 42 298 33
41 045 30 061 10 984 1 369 69 212 1 148 2 799 34
118 018 84 704 33 314 32 509 31 316 12 457 563 66 647 35
8 421 6 259 2 162 124 – 1 364 200 341 36
383 305 267 329 115 976 221 500 156 093 1 152 5 480 98 533 37
147 376 103 375 44 001 88 230 2 178 1 293 956 63 061 38
91 514 64 303 27 211 2 765 254 414 477 3 692 39
12 771 8 352 4 419 758 560 1 027 55 545 40
3 101 2 432 669 90 – 793 17 524 41
15 203 10 442 4 761 124 – 1 159 519 959 42
139 638 89 164 50 474 1 194 47 3 193 1 300 58 541 43
50 546 38 597 11 949 1 501 461 1 163 514 9 840 44
29 524 22 127 7 397 1 147 343 8 081 107 188 957 45
72 365 50 455 21 910 441 – 888 3 170 4 658 46
119 644 80 994 38 650