Federal Aid to States

for Fiscal Year 2009

Issued August 2010
FAS/09

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

Acknowledgments
Paul Villena, Federal Programs Branch, directed the preparation
of this report. Jill O’Brien, Assistant Division Chief for Special
Statistics, Governments Division, provided general supervision for
the preparation of this report.
Cathy Davis managed the processing of the federal agency data
files and served as principal data analyst and liasion with the federal reporting agencies. Alice Wimbish assisted in the collection
of Federal Aid to States data and composed the program data sets.
Brigitte Wehrs coordinated the assembly of this report. Scott
Peterson provided the layout for the report table and created
Appendix A, and Kenneth Beatty generated data for the report
table. Dawit Asmellash, Kenneth Beatty, Scott Peterson, and
Alice Wimbish assisted as data analysts and liaisons with federal
reporting agencies.
Jamie Stark, Linda Chen, and Connie Nadzadi of the
Administrative and Customer Services Division, Francis Grailand
Hall, Chief, provided publications and printing management,
graphics design and composition, and editorial review for print and
electronic media. General direction and production management were
provided by Claudette E. Bennett, Assistant Division Chief.
Grateful acknowledgment is made to the federal government
departments and agencies for their cooperation in providing the
information needed for this report.
For information regarding data in this report, contact Federal
Programs Branch, Governments Division, U.S. Census Bureau,
Washington, DC 20233. Telephone: 301-763-1565; E-mail:
<govs.fas@census.gov>.

Federal Aid to States
for Fiscal Year 2009

Issued August 2010
FAS/09

U.S. Department of Commerce
Gary Locke,
Secretary
Vacant,

Deputy Secretary
Economics and Statistics Administration
Rebecca M. Blank,
Under Secretary
for Economic Affairs
U.S. CENSUS BUREAU
Robert M. Groves,
Director

SUGGESTED CITATION
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for Fiscal Year 2009,
U.S. Government Printing Office,
Washington, DC, 2010

ECONOMICS
AND STATISTICS
ADMINISTRATION

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and Statistics
Administration
Rebecca M. Blank,
Under Secretary for
Economic Affairs

U.S. CENSUS BUREAU
Robert M. Groves,
Director
Thomas L. Mesenbourg,
Deputy Director and
Chief Operating Officer
William G. Bostic, Jr.,
Acting Associate Director
for Economic Programs
William G. Bostic, Jr.,
Assistant Director for Economic Programs
Lisa M. Blumerman,
Chief, Governments Division

Contents

Introduction���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� v
Figures
1. Federal Aid to State and Local Governments, Per Capita Ranges by State: Fiscal Year 2009�����vii
2. Federal Aid to State and Local Governments, Amounts and Percentages by Major Agency:
  Fiscal Year 2009 ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������viii
3. Federal Aid to State and Local Governments, Amounts and Percentages by Major Program
  Area: Fiscal Year 2009����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������viii
4. Federal Aid to State and Local Governments, Annual Amounts by Major Agency: Fiscal
  Years 1981–2009 ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ix
5. Federal Aid to State and Local Governments, Per Capita Amounts by State, by Agency:
  Fiscal Year 2009 �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� x
6. Federal Aid to State and Local Governments, Annual Amounts by Major Program Area:
  Fiscal Years 1981–2009��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� xi
7. Federal Aid to State and Local Governments, Per Capita Amounts by State, by Major
  Program Area: Fiscal Year 2009�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� xii
Table
1.  Federal Government Grants and Other Payments to State and Local Governments, by
    Agency and for Selected Programs, by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2009������������������ 1
Appendixes
A.  Agency and Selected Program Coverage for Columns in Table 1������������������������������������������� A-1
B.  State Coordinating Agencies, State Data Center Program, U.S. Census Bureau. . . . . . . . . . . . .B-1

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Introduction
This report presents data on federal government aid to
state and local governments by state and U.S. outlying area.
Coverage is restricted to federal government expenditures
for grants to state and local governments for which data are
available by state and outlying area. For fiscal year 2009
(October 1, 2008, to September 30, 2009), the statistics
compiled cover $552.1 billion. The data are shown by
federal agency and program whenever possible. This report
also is available on the U.S. Census Bureau’s Internet site at
<www.census.gov/govs/cffr>.

CONSOLIDATED FEDERAL FUNDS REPORT
SERIES
Federal Aid to States
This Federal Aid to States (FAS) report is one of two publications comprising the Consolidated Federal Funds Report
(CFFR) series. The other publication is the Consolidated
Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2009 (State and County
Areas). For both publications, the data have been consolidated and tabulated in a standard format by the Census
Bureau under the auspices of the U.S. Office of Management
and Budget (OMB). The FAS report presents information
similar to the grant data in the CFFR state and county areas
publication, except that in this report, grants to state and
local governments represent actual expenditures of the
federal government, and only grants to state and local
governments are included. In the CFFR publication, federal
grants generally represent obligations, and awards to state
and local governments are not distinguished from grants to
nongovernmental recipients.
All amounts of federal government grants and other payments to state and local governments represent actual cash
outlays made during the fiscal year. Each federal government executive department and agency maintains annual
data on grants and other payments to governmental units
pursuant to OMB Circular A-11. The data are collected from
federal agencies by the Census Bureau.
Prior to 1983, such data were incorporated into the report
Federal Aid to States, published by the U.S. Department
of the Treasury. The Treasury Department collected and
published federal grants data in accordance with the former
Treasury Circular 1014 and the annual Treasury Financial
Manual. Both of these contained definitions and reporting
guidelines consistent with OMB Circular A-11 and the current Census Bureau reporting guidelines.
For the years 1981 through 1997, the Census Bureau
annually published the Federal Expenditures by State (FES)
report. Table 2 of the FES publication covered “grants and
other payments to state and local governments.” Table 2
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of FES provided statistics equivalent to those found in the
Treasury Department’s FAS series, as well as the Census
Bureau’s current FAS publication. In addition, the FES series
published statistics on salaries and wages, direct payments
for individuals, procurement, and other program areas.
These other statistics are now being published as part of
the Consolidated Federal Funds Report for Fiscal Year 2009
(State and County Areas).
Hence, the Census Bureau publication Federal Aid to
States, Table 2 of the previous Census Bureau publication
Federal Expenditures by State, and the previous Treasury
Department publication Federal Aid to States provide users
with historically consistent statistics on federal agency payments to state and local governments.
Federal government aid to state and local governments
includes the following:
• Direct cash grants to state or local government units.
• Payments for grants-in-kind, such as purchases of commodities distributed to state or local government institutions (e.g., school lunch and breakfast programs).
• Payments to nongovernment entities when such payments result in cash or in-kind services passed on to
state or local governments.
• Payments to regional commissions and organizations
that are redistributed to the state or local level.
• Federal government payments to state and local
governments for research and development that is an
integral part of the provision of public services.
• Federal revenues shared with state and local
governments.
It should be noted that the outlays covered in Table 1
exclude federal government payments directly to individuals, profit or nonprofit institutions not covered above, and
payments for services rendered. Grants to individuals and
profit or nonprofit institutions and payments for services
rendered are covered in the CFFR report.
The examination and edit process the Census Bureau uses
includes a comparison of reported data to information submitted for the prior year and to outlay amounts supplied by
OMB. All grants data are reconciled by budget account and to
budget figures that each federal agency is required to submit
annually to OMB, in accordance with OMB Circular A-11.
Discrepancies are brought to the attention of the reporting
agencies and, where warranted, revisions are made. OMB
also provides assistance in the classification of grants and in
ensuring compliance with the reporting requirements.
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State and County Areas Report
The CFFR state and county areas publication covers domestic federal expenditures for all object categories (direct payments, grants, procurement, and salaries and wages). The
CFFR also covers three nonexpenditure object categories
(direct loans, guaranteed loans, and insurance coverage).
Users should consult the introductory text in the CFFR state
and county areas publication for detailed explanations of
the data reported there.
The work schedule employed by the Census Bureau in the
collection and processing of fiscal year 2009 FAS data can
be described approximately as follows:
September 30, 2009 Federal fiscal year 2009 ended.
October 2009

Requests made for annual fiscal year
2009 FAS data sources.

June 2010

Received final annual fiscal year
2009 FAS data sources.

July 2010

Completed processing all annual fiscal year 2009 FAS data.

July 2010

Conducted final analytical research
and prepared text, data table, and
appendix for publication copy.

August 2010

Release of data and report on the
Census Bureau’s Web site
<www.census.gov/govs/cffr>.

September 2010

Release of printed publication, Federal
Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009.

Wherever possible, this report uses statistics representing
actual expenditures of the federal government during the
fiscal year. Each agency reports a program/project name
and/or budget account number to identify separately each
project or budget account from which expenditures were
made. Table 1 is an organized compilation, by department
and agency and/or program, of over 800 of these stateby-state expenditure reports. Appendix A presents further
detail about the individual expenditure programs that
underlie the categories presented in Table 1.
Processing and Response Error
Because FAS uses imported electronic data files that have
been completed by the various federal agencies, Census
Bureau processing involves summations and sorting but
infrequent, if any, data keying. Routine edits applied to
FAS data are, therefore, primarily intended to identify and
correct keying or calculation errors made by respondents.
Trend analysis on multiyear data series is employed to identify significant anomalies and interruptions in the kind of
relative continuity expected of high dollar mandatory and
discretionary programs.
Coding
Geographic coding standards are applied to original data,
whose submitting agencies employ varying geocoding reference files and methods. Data are sorted and grouped by
geographic, agency, and program categories and subjected
to verification edits and trend analysis as discussed above.
Recent Legislative Changes

RELIABILITY OF THE DATA
Coverage Error and Nonresponse
Federal government departments and agencies provide
all data in this report. Data are reviewed for accuracy and
consistency and compared to actual outlays in the federal
budget to assure reasonableness and proper coverage. No
attempts have been made to account for all federal government grants or outlays as reported in the federal budget or
as presented in the Census Bureau annual reports on government finances. The actual expenditure (outlay) data that
comprise Table 1 in this report are obtained from a direct
mailing to more than 50 departments and agencies of the
federal government. Respondents were asked to provide a
state-by-state (plus outlying areas) distribution of outlays
made to state and local governments during fiscal year
2009. These data represent not only outlays made but also
in-lieu-of tax payments and various revenues shared with
state and local governments. Because of the limited size
of the respondent universe, nonresponse is generally not
a problem. However, tardy submission of data by federal
agencies occasionally requires the use of alternative data
sources, such as the Federal Assistance Award Data System
(FAADS), also maintained by the Census Bureau.
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The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 was
signed into law on February 17, 2009. The Recovery Act is
intended to provide a stimulus to the U.S. economy in the
wake of the economic downturn. The measures are worth
approximately $787 billion. These measures include federal
tax relief, expansion of unemployment benefits and other
social welfare provisions, and domestic spending in education, health care, and infrastructure, including the energy
sector. When applicable to the scope of the coverage, the
fiscal year 2009 FAS includes data on these programs; however, specific dollar amounts may not be identifiable.

Availability of Data
Print copies of the publication Federal Aid to States for
Fiscal Year 2009 are available from Governments Division,
U.S. Census Bureau, Washington, DC 20233-6800; telephone 301-763-1565. The publication also is available in
PDF format at <www.census.gov/govs/cffr>.

MEANING OF SYMBOLS
The symbol in the table has the following meaning:

Represents or rounds to zero.
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CA

U.S. average per capita: $1,765

2,400 and above
1,800 to 2,399
1,600 to 1,799
0 to 1,599

Dollars per capita

HI

AK

OR

NV

WA

UT
CO

NM

WY

TX

KS

NE

SD

ND

OK

IA

MN

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009.

AZ

ID

MT

LA

AR

MO

WI

MS

IL

AL

TN

IN

MI

KY

GA

OH

Federal Aid to State and Local Governments, Per Capita Ranges by State: Fiscal Year 2009

Figure 1.

WV

FL

SC

NC

VA

MD

PA

NY

DE
DC

NJ

NH
CT

VT

ME

RI

MA

Figure 2.

Federal Aid to State and Local Governments, Amounts and Percentages
by Major Agency: Fiscal Year 2009
Other Agencies
$47.3 billion (8.6%)
Agriculture
$30.8 billion (5.6 %)

Housing and Urban
Development
$47.1 billion (8.5%)

Education
$45.2 billion (8.2%)

Health and Human Services
$324.8 billion (58.8%)

Transportation
$57.0 billion (10.3%)

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009.

Figure 3.

Federal Aid to State and Local Governments, Amounts and Percentages
by Major Program Area: Fiscal Year 2009
Special Education Programs
$10.9 billion (2.0%)

Housing Certificate Program
$1.6 billion (0.3%)

Education–Title 1 Programs
$12.5 billion (2.3%)
Child Nutrition Programs
$14.9 billion (2.7%)
Temporary Assistance for
Needy Families
$18.0 billion (3.3%)
Highway Trust Fund
$35.6 billion (6.4%)

Medical Assistance Programs
$256.1 billion (46.4%)

Other programs
$202.5 billion (36.7%)

Note: Total federal aid to states and local governments in fiscal year 2009 was $552.1 billion (100.0%).
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009.

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Figure 4.

Federal Aid to State and Local Governments, Annual Amounts by Major Agency:
Fiscal Years 1981–2009
In billion dollars
60
350

300

50

250

200

Health and
Human Services
150

Transportation

40
100

50

30

0

19811982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 200220032004 20052006 2007 2008 2009

Other
agencies

Housing and
Urban Development

Agriculture

20

10
Education

0
1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009.

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Figure 5.

Federal Aid to State and Local
Governments, Per Capita Amounts
by State, by Agency:
Fiscal Year 2009

Agriculture
Education
Health and Human
Services

Housing and Urban
Development
Transportation
Other agencies

Alaska
Wyoming
New Mexico
North Dakota
Vermont
New York
Montana
Mississippi
Maine
Louisiana
South Dakota
Massachusetts
West Virginia
Rhode Island
Oklahoma
Hawaii
Arizona
Arkansas
Connecticut
Kentucky
Delaware
Oregon
Minnesota
U.S. average
Pennsylvania
Missouri
Wisconsin
California
Iowa
Michigan
Ohio
Maryland
North Carolina
Illinois
Tennessee
Alabama
Washington
Idaho
Indiana
Nebraska
New Jersey
South Carolina
New Hampshire
Texas
Utah
Kansas
Georgia
Colorado
Florida
Nevada
Virginia
0

1,000

2,000

3,000
Dollars

4,000

5,000

6,000

Note: Chart excludes separate entry for the District of Columbia, which received $16,107 total per capita federal aid.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009.

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Figure 6.

Federal Aid to State and Local Governments, Annual Amounts by Major Program Area:
Fiscal Years 1981–2009
In billion dollars
300

250

200

150

Other programs

100

Medical Assistance
Programs

50
Highway Trust Fund

Family Support Payments
(TANF)

0

1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009.

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Figure 7.

Federal Aid to State and Local
Governments, Per Capita Amounts
by State, by Major Program Area:
Fiscal Year 2009

Medical Assistance
Programs
Highway Trust Fund

Family Support Payments
(TANF)
Other programs

Alaska
Wyoming
New Mexico
North Dakota
Vermont
New York
Montana
Mississippi
Maine
Louisiana
South Dakota
Massachusetts
West Virginia
Rhode Island
Oklahoma
Hawaii
Arizona
Arkansas
Connecticut
Kentucky
Delaware
Oregon
Minnesota
U.S. average,
Pennsylvania
Missouri
Wisconsin
California
Iowa
Michigan
Ohio
Maryland
North Carolina
Illinois
Tennessee
Alabama
Washington
Idaho
Indiana
Nebraska
New Jersey
South Carolina
New Hampshire
Texas
Utah
Kansas
Georgia
Colorado
Florida
Nevada
Virginia
0

1,000

2,000

3,000

4,000

5,000

6,000

Dollars
Note: Chart excludes separate entry for the District of Columbia, which received $16,107 total per capita federal aid.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009.

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Table 1.

Federal Government Grants and Other Payments to State and Local Governments by Agency and
for Selected Programs by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2009
(In thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text)
Department of Agriculture
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
State and outlying area
Research and
education
activities

Farm Service
Agency

Food Safety
and Inspection
Service

Total

Total

Agricultural
Marketing
Service

Total

Extension
activities

    United States, total . . .

552,108,118

30,774,582

1,278,689

1,131,827

493,536

638,291

10,329

51,320

Alabama . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Alaska . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Arizona . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Arkansas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
California . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Colorado . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecticut . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Delaware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
District of Columbia . . . . . . . .
Florida . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

7,609,988
3,623,797
12,997,252
5,597,944
61,971,412
6,332,784
6,758,523
1,679,269
9,658,650
22,686,164

488,892
139,964
623,841
348,456
3,808,161
344,652
204,107
97,964
74,569
1,418,308

16,380
2,192
34,235
11,406
125,639
19,091
9,605
2,993
4,048
58,104

24,709
9,847
14,540
22,907
53,434
16,939
7,526
8,361
3,498
36,775

11,679
2,021
5,861
10,906
14,799
5,904
3,498
3,448
1,696
12,824

13,030
7,826
8,679
12,001
38,635
11,035
4,028
4,913
1,802
23,951

815
65
242
688
378
13

47
25
429

1,623

476

368
35

550

Georgia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hawaii . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Idaho . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Illinois . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Indiana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Iowa. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Kansas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Kentucky . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Louisiana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Maine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

12,952,935
2,560,081
2,457,517
20,941,213
10,194,419
5,033,097
3,964,548
8,245,098
11,533,825
3,398,845

1,108,312
124,030
177,356
1,012,181
534,679
274,541
276,005
479,123
617,299
108,694

41,006
3,813
5,467
40,158
24,347
12,171
17,337
20,062
30,319
3,651

37,611
11,877
9,263
32,812
20,955
32,444
29,469
25,077
20,199
9,299

17,482
2,443
4,458
12,014
10,374
11,202
18,520
12,376
10,409
3,273

20,129
9,434
4,805
20,798
10,581
21,242
10,949
12,701
9,790
6,026

304
228

90
141
187
373
113
252
157

2,473


5,421
1,807
2,039
1,860

2,137
181

Maryland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Massachusetts . . . . . . . . . . . .
Michigan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Minnesota . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mississippi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Missouri . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Montana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Nebraska . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Nevada . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
New Hampshire . . . . . . . . . . .

9,404,510
15,199,619
16,579,675
9,304,316
7,642,349
10,292,586
2,565,940
2,826,409
3,142,841
1,986,272

391,311
412,330
827,368
474,491
452,761
522,182
130,750
184,583
162,440
68,581

16,266
19,956
51,071
22,496
14,635
19,681
6,084
10,133
9,284
4,501

21,103
12,248
35,281
38,342
25,095
29,791
15,628
20,853
3,707
5,485

6,748
4,413
15,187
23,725
11,294
13,726
5,670
11,003
1,409
3,036

14,355
7,835
20,094
14,617
13,801
16,065
9,958
9,850
2,298
2,449

197
360
83
326
559
126
260
156




1,065
1,778
712
610


New Jersey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
New Mexico . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
New York . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
North Carolina . . . . . . . . . . . .
North Dakota . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ohio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Oklahoma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Oregon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pennsylvania . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Rhode Island . . . . . . . . . . . . .

13,515,326
6,635,065
52,182,963
15,308,069
1,806,350
19,114,862
7,828,070
6,807,393
21,796,254
2,310,075

558,979
333,282
1,877,398
886,381
91,339
917,329
478,621
509,483
891,769
79,269

20,892
13,027
70,580
33,880
5,566
42,753
31,620
11,714
42,102
3,202

15,842
7,527
37,642
49,434
11,804
34,923
19,612
17,055
34,221
5,821

5,944
1,372
15,725
24,983
4,238
16,647
6,423
5,983
15,911
2,853

9,898
6,155
21,917
24,451
7,566
18,276
13,189
11,072
18,310
2,968

14
442
315
544
253

606


43

189

48
4,058
376
4,991
1,636


South Carolina . . . . . . . . . . . .
South Dakota . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tennessee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Texas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Utah . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Vermont . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Virginia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Washington . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
West Virginia . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wisconsin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wyoming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

6,862,708
2,067,622
10,209,936
35,329,767
3,941,943
1,670,751
8,970,393
10,631,320
4,031,168
9,555,981
2,213,820

442,074
107,891
579,897
2,691,991
242,958
81,203
466,183
523,750
207,258
419,011
58,343

17,337
9,795
26,908
100,911
10,208
2,430
19,041
20,083
6,498
20,368
2,189

19,940
11,480
27,762
57,667
14,110
10,987
29,090
23,769
15,753
26,454
6,342

11,412
4,126
13,274
25,796
4,453
4,776
14,279
9,237
8,298
12,164
1,778

8,528
7,354
14,488
31,871
9,657
6,211
14,811
14,532
7,455
14,290
4,564


137

378
20
273
206
169

218
81

2,131
706

4,915
1,389
582
1,719

693
4,193
463

American Samoa . . . . . . . . . .
Fed. States of Micronesia . . . .
Guam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Marshall Islands . . . . . . . . . . .
Northern Marianas . . . . . . . . .
Palau . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Puerto Rico . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Virgin Islands . . . . . . . . . . . . .

179,799
97,860
342,433
136,326
128,177
23,451
6,134,586
302,200

35,357
229
22,410
9
21,322

2,221,313
48,863



107

81

18,581
151

2,787

3,149



11,056
2,525

2,047

1,242



7,856
1,321

740

1,907



3,200
1,204


16









96


Undistributed . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2,831,574

92,738

92,534

See footnotes at end of table.

Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009
U.S. Census Bureau

1

Table 1.

Federal Government Grants and Other Payments to State and Local Governments by Agency and
for Selected Programs by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2009—Con.
(In thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text)
Department of Agriculture—Con.
Food and Nutrition Service
State and outlying area

Total

Forest Service

Special
Supplesupplemental
Nutrition mental food
Child Commodity
program
nutrition assistance Assistance
(WIC)
Program¹
programs
programs

    United States, total����� 26,984,219 14,931,782

Rural community and
emergency
fire fighting
program

State and
private
forestry

National
Forest
Service

Other

Total

Payments
to states
and
counties

251,995

5,355,740

6,444,702

603,363

506,307

60,528

24,900

925

10,703

Alabama �������������������������������
Alaska�����������������������������������
Arizona ���������������������������������
Arkansas�������������������������������
California�������������������������������
Colorado �������������������������������
Connecticut���������������������������
Delaware�������������������������������
District of Columbia���������������
Florida�����������������������������������

423,296
78,320
541,358
292,324
3,491,119
269,593
185,752
82,530
66,998
1,287,163

268,910
42,382
324,701
189,567
1,880,699
152,733
109,516
45,853
31,699
831,124

5,565
610
5,788
2,345
20,083
3,859
2,428
931
1,597
8,209

45,638
11,774
54,722
31,651
559,011
43,913
28,050
20,993
19,036
86,597

103,183
23,554
156,147
68,761
1,031,326
69,088
45,758
14,753
14,666
361,233

2,445
24,611
27,745
9,393
104,603
34,593



3,592

2,445
21,112
18,389
9,392
68,396
18,590



3,042


27
9,353

11,726
11,755



550


3,295
3
1
17,000
1,205







757
33




177


6,724
3,010



Georgia���������������������������������
Hawaii�����������������������������������
Idaho�������������������������������������
Illinois�������������������������������������
Indiana�����������������������������������
Iowa���������������������������������������
Kansas�����������������������������������
Kentucky �������������������������������
Louisiana�������������������������������
Maine�������������������������������������

995,783
102,566
114,886
920,311
471,257
214,265
213,564
402,534
539,113
86,378

640,501
50,085
70,206
554,487
282,746
131,256
147,712
252,676
319,522
50,159

6,500
1,122
949
8,747
5,277
4,164
748
5,251
9,396
2,080

75,256
18,233
13,308
130,171
84,077
28,805
16,498
48,517
88,757
15,235

273,526
33,126
30,423
226,906
99,157
50,040
48,606
96,090
121,438
18,904

2,046
1,987
38,748
118
363
28
1,446
2,752
2,861
93

2,046

38,741
118
363

1,446
2,752
2,861
93



1







1,987
6


28





















Maryland�������������������������������
Massachusetts�����������������������
Michigan �������������������������������
Minnesota �����������������������������
Mississippi�����������������������������
Missouri���������������������������������
Montana���������������������������������
Nebraska�������������������������������
Nevada ���������������������������������
New Hampshire���������������������

347,597
374,275
716,917
397,781
374,123
434,376
74,466
146,397
141,711
53,513

191,520
228,866
392,191
221,260
244,486
276,670
42,701
94,873
84,369
29,082

3,224
4,122
13,114
4,731
3,302
4,224
1,886
2,371
1,298
1,249

54,929
53,231
138,971
78,892
36,668
69,372
15,570
17,374
15,968
7,917

97,924
88,056
172,641
92,898
89,667
84,110
14,309
31,779
40,076
15,265

3

4,815
7,730
8,356
4,973
28,184
554
5,444
629

3

4,776
7,730
8,356
4,973
28,175
553
5,440
629







1








8
1
4












39






New Jersey���������������������������
New Mexico���������������������������
New York�������������������������������
North Carolina�����������������������
North Dakota�������������������������
Ohio���������������������������������������
Oklahoma �����������������������������
Oregon�����������������������������������
Pennsylvania�������������������������
Rhode Island�������������������������

518,856
261,411
1,753,485
765,905
55,597
820,592
398,739
327,296
795,794
69,745

297,208
164,718
943,197
477,934
32,188
462,630
240,768
158,877
438,290
39,900

5,691
3,495
19,475
6,657
1,085
10,217
3,621
3,289
10,852
986

97,824
41,015
369,913
90,253
10,278
162,616
59,064
90,076
162,110
10,496

118,133
52,183
420,900
191,061
12,046
185,129
95,286
75,054
184,542
18,363


38,586
32
2,544
11,695
383
2,209
137,423
5,002


18,873
32
2,544
11,692
383
2,208
133,910
5,002


19,709





2,702


4


3

1
90

















721

South Carolina�����������������������
South Dakota�������������������������
Tennessee�����������������������������
Texas�������������������������������������
Utah���������������������������������������
Vermont���������������������������������
Virginia�����������������������������������
Washington���������������������������
West Virginia�������������������������
Wisconsin �����������������������������
Wyoming�������������������������������

386,101
74,720
506,144
2,491,748
188,443
62,657
398,482
426,285
159,281
350,699
37,071

257,973
42,314
338,855
1,684,515
113,499
22,668
214,374
237,839
93,101
210,428
20,897

4,071
1,525
6,472
14,690
1,432
781
1,586
3,737
1,985
4,760
376

23,298
14,960
59,179
210,828
29,189
25,744
91,105
53,552
24,693
49,925
6,595

100,759
15,921
101,638
581,715
44,323
13,464
91,417
131,157
39,502
85,586
9,203

2,798
3,301
1,614
4,402
16,165
470
2,489
41,482
2,510
3,124
7,595

2,798
3,300
1,613
4,391
15,210
470
2,363
37,701
2,510
3,083
7,594





950


3,754



1
1
11
5


27


1







94


41







32



American Samoa�������������������
Fed. States of Micronesia �����
Guam�������������������������������������
Marshall Islands���������������������
Northern Marianas ���������������
Palau�������������������������������������
Puerto Rico���������������������������
Virgin Islands�������������������������

32,196

18,761

20,916

2,176,842
46,187

19,398

7,827

6,210

202,272
21,350

38

163

784

6,051
3,006

4,828

1,898

9,602

1,733,856
13,709

7,932

8,873

4,320

234,663
8,122

374
213
393
9
229

209







209








374
213
393
9
229
















Undistributed�������������������������

See footnotes at end of table.

2

Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009
U.S. Census Bureau

Table 1.

Federal Government Grants and Other Payments to State and Local Governments by Agency and
for Selected Programs by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2009—Con.
(In thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text)
Department of Agriculture—Con.
Rural development activities
State and outlying area

Housing
preservation
grants

Water systems
and waste
disposal
systems grants

Other²

Appalachian
Regional
Commission

55,851

6,056

393,936

55,025

29,940

297
606
124
1,234
1,299
291
117
259

148

739
275
514
1,335
1,718
520
262
128

948

142
50
70
174
23
114
63
50

12,233
19,461
2,883
6,321
13,695
517
215
3,046

7,291

466
75
186
583
4,044
2,649
132


2,167

3,178




7


191

27,641
1,921
8,985
11,048
12,783
10,792
10,589
21,950
6,703
8,697

1,274
17
188
911
163
1,681
104
817
1,221
268

1,419
743
461
1,328
1,109
5,214
719
3,311
596
2,335

1
86
6
260

166
214
396
330
65

19,405
474
6,763
6,594
11,388
3,513
9,114
11,497
3,951
5,429

5,542
601
1,567
1,955
123
218
438
5,929
605
600

1,186






4,887

202
328
721
357
9,765
21,445

894

32

5,943
5,163
18,480
6,394
18,450
11,078
5,518
5,596
2,294
4,421

171
83
1,568
840
3,464
889
70
369
91
262

1,563
407
1,148
2,042
2,277
575
258
993
121
130


93
240
215
323

26
90
18

4,114
4,353
15,185
3,158
11,697
9,592
5,079
3,855
1,564
4,029

95
227
339
139
689
22
85
289
500

1,208



2,926


5

New Jersey����������������������������
New Mexico����������������������������
New York��������������������������������
North Carolina������������������������
North Dakota��������������������������
Ohio����������������������������������������
Oklahoma ������������������������������
Oregon������������������������������������
Pennsylvania��������������������������
Rhode Island��������������������������

125
7,806
173
4,061
178
–44
7,640
1,377
3,276

3,061
4,483
15,123
25,955
5,870
13,731
16,559
14,618
11,374
458

1,084
346
96
1,079
72
449
740
544
541

486
445
886
1,407
619
787
1,244
1,885
1,507
72

21
5
16
148
23
264
241
276
384

1,470
3,386
13,056
22,873
4,363
11,634
14,277
10,955
6,675
386


301
1,069
448
793
597
57
958
2,267



1,941
2,214

2,397


3,986

South Carolina������������������������
South Dakota��������������������������
Tennessee������������������������������
Texas��������������������������������������
Utah����������������������������������������
Vermont����������������������������������
Virginia������������������������������������
Washington����������������������������
West Virginia��������������������������
Wisconsin ������������������������������
Wyoming��������������������������������

717

2,637
12,974
7,654
239
1,850
10
4,378
367
1,792

13,050
7,752
14,832
18,996
4,969
3,565
13,306
11,952
18,145
13,588
2,810

548
185
750
738
616
405
1,311
351
326
770
69

1,459
1,431
1,053
1,261
478
1,069
532
955
1,182
2,777
585

108
32
80
539
34

72
106
56
90

10,681
2,096
12,053
13,851
3,841
1,497
9,684
6,461
13,632
8,846
2,086

254
4,008
896
2,607

594
1,707
4,079
2,949
1,105
70

448

2,313


15
1,070

1,968

American Samoa��������������������
Fed. States of Micronesia ������
Guam��������������������������������������
Marshall Islands����������������������
Northern Marianas ����������������
Palau��������������������������������������
Puerto Rico����������������������������
Virgin Islands��������������������������














14,625







112







474







346







13,693















Undistributed��������������������������

204

111

69

24

Rural, regional,
and cooperative
development
Community
programs
facilities grants

Natural
Resources
Conservation
Service

Total

    United States, total������

173,898

540,937

30,069

Alabama ��������������������������������
Alaska������������������������������������
Arizona ����������������������������������
Arkansas��������������������������������
California��������������������������������
Colorado ��������������������������������
Connecticut����������������������������
Delaware��������������������������������
District of Columbia����������������
Florida������������������������������������

5,747
4,462
1,468
2,091
11,841
297
435


21,691

13,877
20,467
3,777
9,647
20,779
4,091
789
3,483

10,554

Georgia����������������������������������
Hawaii������������������������������������
Idaho��������������������������������������
Illinois��������������������������������������
Indiana������������������������������������
Iowa����������������������������������������
Kansas������������������������������������
Kentucky ��������������������������������
Louisiana��������������������������������
Maine��������������������������������������

1,448
1,638
7
2,223
3,026
2,615
1,367
6,635
15,715
238

Maryland��������������������������������
Massachusetts������������������������
Michigan ��������������������������������
Minnesota ������������������������������
Mississippi������������������������������
Missouri����������������������������������
Montana����������������������������������
Nebraska��������������������������������
Nevada ����������������������������������
New Hampshire����������������������

See footnotes at end of table.

Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009
U.S. Census Bureau

3

Table 1.

Federal Government Grants and Other Payments to State and Local Governments by Agency and
for Selected Programs by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2009—Con.
(In thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text)
Department of Commerce

Department of Defense

Total

U.S. Army
Corps of
Engineers—
civilian
construction
program

    United States, total�����

524,135

268,840

228,986

26,309

197,438

154,828

674,036

10,244

663,792

Alabama �������������������������������
Alaska �����������������������������������
Arizona ���������������������������������
Arkansas ������������������������������
California �����������������������������
Colorado �������������������������������
Connecticut ���������������������������
Delaware �����������������������������
District of Columbia �������������
Florida ����������������������������������

7,827
54,498
4,318
6,709
37,920
7,026
4,220
2,033
5,199
15,954

4,024
24,046
4,019
6,667
21,706
6,795
2,172

677
5,331

3,637
30,128
53

15,350

1,895
2,033
25
9,678

166
324
246
42
864
231
153

4,497
945

1,879
2,551
3,352
2,914
28,539
2,886
1,839
1,992
3,769
9,046

2,835
1,845
4,598
1,947
7,138
443
95


9,244

13,587
1
10,564
20,822
28,868
–38
4,224
39

22,965

19
1

803
97

5
19

14

13,568

10,564
20,019
28,771
–38
4,219
20

22,951

Georgia ���������������������������������
Hawaii �����������������������������������
Idaho ������������������������������������
Illinois �����������������������������������
Indiana ���������������������������������
Iowa �������������������������������������
Kansas ���������������������������������
Kentucky �������������������������������
Louisiana �����������������������������
Maine �����������������������������������

8,978
6,589
6,201
7,320
4,744
4,282
4,003
6,475
42,681
6,739

5,293
3,963
2,437
6,592
2,772
4,178
3,505
5,713
8,068
1,748

3,424
1,322
3,341
216
1,656



34,162
4,987

261
1,304
423
512
316
104
498
762
451
4


1,102
1,706
1,748
794
3,177
2,094
4,297
6,584
2,639

5,915

1,710
5,948
3,085
3,820
1,508
1,944
771
78

1,503
–167
6,201
7,212
7,895
14,106
279
4,435
112,956
1,722

1,503

1
618
1
549
298
758
5


–167
6,200
6,594
7,894
13,557
–19
3,677
112,951
1,722

Maryland �������������������������������
Massachusetts ���������������������
Michigan �������������������������������
Minnesota �����������������������������
Mississippi ���������������������������
Missouri �������������������������������
Montana �������������������������������
Nebraska �����������������������������
Nevada ���������������������������������
New Hampshire �������������������

15,845
11,944
5,518
5,312
9,567
6,559
6,417
2,637
1,385
4,906

1,472
6,580
5,305
2,680
4,767
5,952
5,378
2,284
1,305
1,772

14,249
5,297
20
992
4,664




3,040

124
67
193
1,640
136
607
1,039
353
80
94

6,732
10,933
5,883
14
8,604
3,329
3,824
2,036
1,892
1,954

3,883
569
8,247
2,447
2,677
8,426
1,978
3,285
1,481
60

2,775
64
6,337
11,479
39,966
22,818
95
7,497

90

2
64

8
359
1,426
49
129

7

2,773

6,337
11,471
39,607
21,392
46
7,368

83

New Jersey ���������������������������
New Mexico �������������������������
New York �������������������������������
North Carolina ���������������������
North Dakota �����������������������
Ohio �������������������������������������
Oklahoma �����������������������������
Oregon ���������������������������������
Pennsylvania �����������������������
Rhode Island �����������������������

6,969
6,384
14,940
13,092
2,831
4,802
3,947
14,820
11,204
5,108

3,715
6,380
8,107
7,981
2,467
2,051
3,848
3,316
8,382
696

3,197

4,127
4,215

2,296

11,387
2,152
4,412

57
4
2,706
896
364
455
99
117
670

5,374
1,885
17,025
642
1,112
5,994
441

9,014
565

3,352
3,897
4,957
6,970

4,757
2,757
1,688
4,674
35

24,421
3,482
23,256
4,363
18,506
1,528
528
18,358
63,402
24,909


1
4
2
95
19
519
43
223

24,421
3,481
23,252
4,361
18,411
1,509
9
18,315
63,179
24,909

South Carolina ���������������������
South Dakota �����������������������
Tennessee ���������������������������
Texas �����������������������������������
Utah �������������������������������������
Vermont �������������������������������
Virginia ���������������������������������
Washington ���������������������������
West Virginia �������������������������
Wisconsin �����������������������������
Wyoming �������������������������������

19,067
3,579
6,785
20,172
1,013
1,569
10,304
39,045
5,285
5,116
335

10,640
3,024
5,730
16,501
351
1,532
4,421
7,491
5,209
2,884
286

8,427


2,868

7
5,431
31,205

2,083


555
1,055
803
662
30
452
349
76
149
49

2,009
109
3,482
416
2,918
1,119
3,842
557
134
8,019
703

3,309
1,409
1,291
7,209
4,970

1,733
4,127
1,814
5,001
1,075

10,886
1,994
23,234
4,861
11,200
2,766
21,981
64
3,789
39
1,983

146
7
725
1,566


19
64
37
39

10,740
1,987
22,509
3,295
11,200
2,766
21,962

3,752

1,983

American Samoa �����������������
Fed. States of Micronesia �����
Guam �����������������������������������
Marshall Islands �������������������
Northern Marianas ���������������
Palau �����������������������������������
Puerto Rico ���������������������������
Virgin Islands �����������������������

2,765

1,214

991
3
7,820
1,169

1,814

59

78

4,624
52

951

1,155

913
3
2,871
1,117







325

1,179

1,549

395

846

654





3,172



4,269













4,269




Undistributed �����������������������

55,922

55,922

State and outlying area

National
Economic Oceanic and
Development Atmospheric
Total Administration Administration

National
Telecommunications and
Information
Administration

Corporation
for National
and
Community
Service

Corporation
for Public
Broadcasting

U.S. Army
National
Guard—
construction

See footnotes at end of table.

4

Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009
U.S. Census Bureau

Table 1.

Federal Government Grants and Other Payments to State and Local Governments by Agency and
for Selected Programs by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2009—Con.
(In thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text)

State and outlying area

Department of Education
Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative
Services
Rehabilitation
Office of
Services
Special
and disability
Education
research
programs
programs
Total

Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Adult
education
and literacy
programs

Total

Vocational
technical
education
programs

    United States, total������

45,168,154

665,484

442,452

12,535,554

1,666,549

10,869,005

1,545,060

1,075,321

469,739

Alabama . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Alaska. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Arizona . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Arkansas. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
California. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Colorado . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecticut. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Delaware. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
District of Columbia. . . . . . . .
Florida. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

620,122
180,360
957,607
477,692
5,666,050
815,740
388,684
134,448
131,822
2,201,491

3,661
1,633
20,237
8,774
192,573
10,967
6,184
1,508
1,069
47,880

8,622
4,865
7,213
1,684
59,775
4,324
7,817
842
15,598
29,717

184,135
1,175
273,072
129,723
1,758,821
204,381
143,230
46,693
29,262
802,553

1,035
819
61,184
7,205
263,180
35,556
354
10,489
12,517
123,465

183,100
356
211,888
122,518
1,495,641
168,825
142,876
36,204
16,745
679,088

20,631
61
40,535
246
225,420
28,591
19,315
6,417
6,417
117,579

20,448
61
30,333
246
144,878
21,996
11,776
4,928
4,603
76,099

183

10,202

80,542
6,595
7,539
1,489
1,814
41,480

Georgia. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hawaii. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Idaho. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Illinois. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Indiana. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Iowa. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Kansas. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Kentucky . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Louisiana. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Maine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

733,949
279,629
186,237
2,989,576
1,350,094
518,839
292,292
656,304
64,836
257,548

352
2,719
4,113
27,990
4,794
5,278
742
3,880
331
1,029

10,326
2,929
1,646
14,205
4,796
13,171
3,233
6,875
4,337
2,516

4,517
84,497
56,226
588,947
300,617
182,986
13,723
225,794
1,027
62,636

673
15,590
2,962
102,772
207
32,673
1,115
53,437
482
234

3,844
68,907
53,264
486,175
300,410
150,313
12,608
172,357
545
62,402

14,642
9,732
8,843
69,721
9,340
16,850
16,305
29,749
787
8,208


7,592
6,923
45,903
250
13,165
12,351
21,779
787
6,013

14,642
2,140
1,920
23,818
9,090
3,685
3,954
7,970

2,195

Maryland. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Massachusetts. . . . . . . . . . . .
Michigan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Minnesota . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mississippi. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Missouri. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Montana. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Nebraska. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Nevada . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
New Hampshire. . . . . . . . . . .

801,271
1,200,709
1,882,264
551,577
497,583
260,482
241,757
249,965
403,499
172,664

10,412
11,888
11,151
8,450
2,256

1,060
2,954
7,035
707

7,016
11,020
7,228
4,679
2,947
4,246
2,818
3,235
2,709
1,196

253,385
342,003
428,818
177,056
127,019
14,243
56,670
94,639
68,462
59,507

37,195
45,946
1,919
27
588
11,817
13,459
19,322
205
11,113

216,190
296,057
426,899
177,029
126,431
2,426
43,211
75,317
68,257
48,394

31,428
30,360
46,480
25,815
23,174
478
7,342
10,156
13,348
8,171

20,359
19,608
46,480
17,923
16,828
478
6,041
7,634
8,979
6,371

11,069
10,752

7,892
6,346

1,301
2,522
4,369
1,800

New Jersey. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
New Mexico. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
New York. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
North Carolina. . . . . . . . . . . .
North Dakota. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ohio. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Oklahoma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Oregon. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pennsylvania. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Rhode Island. . . . . . . . . . . . .

1,111,086
522,880
3,008,078
1,195,033
160,583
239,682
698,055
669,082
1,426,749
72,035

12,995
7,567
54,593
15,157
1,154
746
4,713
9,595
11,770

8,641
6,413
32,777
13,979
1,431
13,297
5,241
8,046
8,426
412

387,047
120,370
933,097
494,278
42,924
5,501
260,041
192,910
440,775
2,422

74,462
23,687
174,551
110,378
11,659
2,233
34,929
37,767
321
632

312,585
96,683
758,546
383,900
31,265
3,268
225,112
155,143
440,454
1,790

42,555
19,888
117,590
38,470
5,992
15,937
22,971
16,871
70,816
67

25,652
12,709
73,491
38,121
4,426

17,808
16,871
52,243
67

16,903
7,179
44,099
349
1,566
15,937
5,163

18,573

South Carolina. . . . . . . . . . . .
South Dakota. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tennessee. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Texas. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Utah. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Vermont. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Virginia. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Washington. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
West Virginia. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wisconsin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wyoming. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

639,527
156,752
883,546
3,577,007
567,745
138,486
871,853
1,174,251
280,681
1,331,259
137,435

4,298
845
8,230
93,617
3,703
799
10,864
13,221
1,853
7,198
619

8,910
785
6,319
21,639
9,058
982
16,722
9,679
899
15,455
1,184

252,081
10,205
303,571
1,031,222
141,387
40,194
363,894
230,995
83,026
287,445
40,277

58,728
9,541
60,054
3,268
33,402
11,705
74,215
8,304
1,078
50,086
11,108

193,353
664
243,517
1,027,954
107,985
28,489
289,679
222,691
81,948
237,359
29,169

28,930
1,412
26,358
156,765
17,220
6,117
37,597
481
13,024
32,255
5,881

21,286
58
25,809
108,670
13,777
4,990
25,734
481
9,346
23,764
4,822

7,644
1,354
549
48,095
3,443
1,127
11,863

3,678
8,491
1,059

American Samoa. . . . . . . . . .
Fed. States of Micronesia . . .
Guam. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Marshall Islands. . . . . . . . . . .
Northern Marianas . . . . . . . .
Palau. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Puerto Rico. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Virgin Islands. . . . . . . . . . . . .

34,434
4,204
39,803
2,374
18,670
3,530
1,031,373
6,870


286
34




115

391




66

8,883
3,918
18,143
1,939
5,136
1,000
113,704
3,352

1,022

2,327

138

190
3,224

7,861
3,918
15,816
1,939
4,998
1,000
113,514
128

233

521

389
31
20,548



267



14,097

233

254

389
31
6,451

Undistributed. . . . . . . . . . . . .

Total

Office of
Office of
Educational
English
Language Research and
Acquisition Improvement

See footnotes at end of table.

Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009
U.S. Census Bureau

5

Table 1.

Federal Government Grants and Other Payments to State and Local Governments by Agency and
for Selected Programs by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2009—Con.
(In thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text)
Department of Education—Con.
Office of Elementary and Secondary Education
Programs
Programs for the
for
disadvantaged
American
Indians,
No Child
Alaska
Left
Natives,
Behind
Title 1
and Native
Others Impact aid Hawaiians
Act programs
Total Migrants

State and outlying area

    United States, total. . . . 27,504,980 358,168

837,424 1,183,498

Alabama . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Alaska. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Arizona . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Arkansas. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
California. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Colorado . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecticut. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Delaware. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
District of Columbia. . . . . . . .
Florida. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

343,265
2,233
159,915

562,156
6,716
295,886
5,464
3,117,036 132,668
523,336
8,190
195,540

67,827
218
71,391

1,100,396
24,378

13,743

25,817
12,323
108,818
9,279
10,221
4,267
3,209
51,022

4,389
118,791
114,687
901
68,794
20,037
6,529
90
1,923
12,407

1,671
32,909
7,583
296
5,025
1,054



43

87,235
227,262
4,223

105,994
288,936
65,921
160,695
774,042 1,897,560
64,884
137,266
45,803
124,896
22,444
37,310
24,988
35,151
255,793
703,261

Georgia. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hawaii. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Idaho. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Illinois. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Indiana. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Iowa. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Kansas. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Kentucky . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Louisiana. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Maine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

666,355
151,911
94,713
2,195,096
991,842
267,210
220,896
336,793
32,027
158,910

924
1,283
4,902
2,398
4,399
1,442
479
8,239
322
537

6,703
2,149
4,464
44,997
15,294
6,258
3,468
19,417
2,432
4,714

23,533
63,208
7,841
11,606
908
828
15,262
1,712
8,303
610


14,320
844
162

229
991

734
90

Maryland. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Massachusetts. . . . . . . . . . . .
Michigan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Minnesota . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mississippi. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Missouri. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Montana. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Nebraska. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Nevada . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
New Hampshire. . . . . . . . . . .

447,208
769,452
1,326,956
305,397
297,068
198,489
156,811
123,001
292,027
90,399

1,334
1,638
9,129
1,593
918
860
1,047
5,254
414
232

14,888
9,717
23,028
9,159
10,971
2,494
2,246
5,263
8,984
3,694

9,538
526
5,984
18,055
1,707
24,593
42,877
19,244
4,840

18
48
1,962
3,448
38
76
4,545
1,035
660

New Jersey. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
New Mexico. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
New York. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
North Carolina. . . . . . . . . . . .
North Dakota. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ohio. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Oklahoma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Oregon. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pennsylvania. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Rhode Island. . . . . . . . . . . . .

611,715
326,142
1,760,215
560,216
96,670
144,748
353,013
413,322
856,499
58,076

1,907
2,793
11,115
5,750
348

996
13,333
8,105

16,691
6,972
57,756
28,902
2,531
1,044
16,885
7,564
34,121

9,732
119,451
28,586
17,778
31,163
3,592
46,272
3,938
3,536
1,824

South Carolina. . . . . . . . . . . .
South Dakota. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tennessee. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Texas. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Utah. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Vermont. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Virginia. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Washington. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
West Virginia. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wisconsin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wyoming. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

313,217
132,450
493,664
2,056,124
370,858
71,745
387,498
872,808
157,302
922,803
80,086

561

949
63,203
1,566
852
971
16,969
132
767
218

18,159

21,956
98,365
7,564
2,285
21,799
19,328
7,574
19,389
2,602

American Samoa. . . . . . . . . .
Fed. States of Micronsia . . . .
Guam. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Marshall Islands. . . . . . . . . . .
Northern Marianas . . . . . . . .
Palau. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Puerto Rico. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Virgin Islands. . . . . . . . . . . . .

23,696

18,186

11,644
1,227
851,747







422

Undistributed. . . . . . . . . . . . .

Office of Postsecondary Education
Higher education
programs

Other

Total

128,042 4,794,495 12,452,283 7,751,070 1,332,734

International
education
programs

Office of
Student
Financial
Other Assistance

52,846 1,279,888

1,141,890

6,732
3,992
12,423
50,286
130,129
282,626
8,091
3,498
6,120
53,492

44,359
11,223
29,787
26,946
169,301
23,315
6,570
7,749
7,194
49,788

54

987
201
6,761
86
339
56

2,776

44,305
11,223
28,800
26,745
162,540
23,229
6,231
7,693
7,194
47,012

15,449
1,488
24,607
14,433
143,124
20,826
10,028
3,412
891
53,578

5,599
21,475
27,338
205,970
72,143
42,919
4,429
83,741
7,188
30,368


629,596
47,982
1,494
44,221
5,103
679,678 1,250,285
277,120
621,978
80,790
134,744

196,267
216,248
7,436

13,048
50,778
71,813

19,944
22,638
11,172
48,135
14,968
18,743
22,887
31,688
16,880
11,269

439
2,317

4,439
4,405
332
1,633
141
58
287

19,505
20,321
11,172
43,696
10,563
18,411
21,254
31,547
16,822
10,982

17,813
5,203
9,524
45,482
23,737
14,601
14,506
21,525
9,447
12,980

78,558
89,141
173,491
73,791
73,289
9,486
31,522
35,582
30,753
29,175

183,721
242,294
493,774
127,120
180,890

45,360
50,680
88,023
38,041

159,151
426,088
619,588
72,231
29,255
160,980
29,214
5,943
158,353
19,257

33,631
12,260
24,654
12,899
28,282
19,703
11,038
8,822
15,631
4,030

785
305
3,070

152
139
393
58

23

32,846
11,955
21,584
12,899
28,130
19,564
10,645
8,764
15,631
4,007

18,191
23,726
36,977
17,281
16,837
23,323
6,018
7,158
4,287
8,654

40
6,596
1,705
3,901
1,300

22,088
2,829
117

86,259
207,838
47,448
115,352
413,908 1,142,751
113,975
370,384
26,461
33,538
9,809

65,848
189,949
59,324
142,073
183,341
613,704
348

289,248
27,530
104,394
19,526
1,329
130,303
10,975
184,261
13,575
55,904

22,212
26,948
28,721
47,380
5,856
27,014
32,574
13,222
13,605
6,643

291
114
1,403
1,955

2,288

420
146

21,921
26,834
27,318
45,425
5,856
24,726
32,574
12,802
13,459
6,643

25,921
15,552
81,085
25,553
6,556
32,439
19,502
15,116
24,858
4,415

3,709
43,774
4,776
108,846
10,848
151
47,387
60,484
24
14,298
13,252


2,409

303
1,274

11
4,685

2,440
563

85,604
192,482
2,881

88,592
239,265
441,824 1,306,461
37,156
66,518
26,900
33,156
91,497
208,395
84,024
196,394
45,861
101,297
97,050
214,199
27,583
33,929

12,702
83,386
138,126
37,122
245,932
8,401
17,438
490,924
2,414
574,660
1,939

21,221
3,922
22,421
130,781
12,061
9,548
35,287
28,704
15,585
29,922
7,406

448

148
3,450
420

415
4,888

6,224

20,773
3,922
22,273
127,331
11,641
9,548
34,872
23,816
15,585
23,698
7,406

10,870
7,133
22,983
86,859
13,458
9,101
19,991
18,363
8,992
36,181
1,982

1,659





5,239



16



338








997

390



180,130







585,541

21,040

17,780

11,644
1,227
80,077

1,365

1,790
380
1,383
1,114
17,337
2,826








1,365

1,790
380
1,383
1,114
17,337
2,826

142

738
55
118
158
28,037
626

See footnotes at end of table.

6

Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009
U.S. Census Bureau

Table 1.

Federal Government Grants and Other Payments to State and Local Governments by Agency and
for Selected Programs by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2009—Con.
(In thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text)
Department of Energy

State and outlying area

Total

National
Nuclear
Security
Administration

Nuclear
waste
disposal

Environmental
and other
defense
programs

83,915 1,044,228

Election
Assistance
Commission
    United States, total������

Environmental Protection Agency

Energy
Energy research
and deconserOther
vation velopment
programs programs programs

Hazardous
substance
response
(Superfund and
L.U.S.T.)
Total

42,259 3,685,307

Other

Equal
Employment
Opportunity
Commission

203,885 3,481,422

31,283

152,228

27,188

656,030

10,781

155,742

Alabama ��������������������������������
Alaska������������������������������������
Arizona ����������������������������������
Arkansas��������������������������������
California��������������������������������
Colorado ��������������������������������
Connecticut����������������������������
Delaware��������������������������������
District of Columbia����������������
Florida������������������������������������



3,721
1,988

1,474
1,362


6,478

8,942
5,426
6,780
6,050
38,193
16,479
5,978
3,488
6,691
20,429

536
23
857

8,672
316


4,942
1,446





1,625
226


449
116

7,189
2,011
4,904
5,495
14,842
9,263
5,326
2,876
799
16,824



40

852




65

1,217
3,392
979
555
10,954
6,642
652
612
501
1,978





1,248
32



39,741
116,325
68,184
33,136
235,870
65,712
46,096
27,435
57,113
84,041

4,445
677
3,644
1,609
7,932
10,198
2,060
1,628
2,636
1,263

35,296
115,648
64,540
31,527
227,938
55,514
44,036
25,807
54,477
82,778

2
294
483

2,377
331
748
357
318
1,058

Georgia����������������������������������
Hawaii������������������������������������
Idaho��������������������������������������
Illinois��������������������������������������
Indiana������������������������������������
Iowa����������������������������������������
Kansas������������������������������������
Kentucky ��������������������������������
Louisiana��������������������������������
Maine��������������������������������������

5,936

575
1,745

2,183

3,035
1,721

36,310
3,563
11,824
37,291
20,225
18,809
9,090
10,530
5,116
12,282

2,369
125
278
453
6,292
532


102





3


214

29,844
2,775
9,319
20,735
12,489
16,792
8,235
7,253
2,663
11,946

479

1,333
191
180




3,618
663
873
15,668
1,261
1,485
855
3,063
2,351
336



21
244





56,025
27,764
69,625
82,537
51,203
49,622
34,260
69,790
49,258
49,307

2,845
1,293
21,911
12,627
2,947
2,554
2,475
1,802
2,789
1,335

53,180
26,471
47,714
69,910
48,256
47,068
31,785
67,988
46,469
47,972

131
115
338
1,388
521
226
330
342
66
181

Maryland��������������������������������
Massachusetts������������������������
Michigan ��������������������������������
Minnesota ������������������������������
Mississippi������������������������������
Missouri����������������������������������
Montana����������������������������������
Nebraska��������������������������������
Nevada ����������������������������������
New Hampshire����������������������


4,783

3,835
3,022

1,094

798

6,694
32,038
35,203
20,249
19,781
13,642
9,970
6,857
72,902
4,502

150
928
4,289

32
125


12,125



70





23,808

5,101
28,826
26,896
19,095
17,801
10,232
3,942
6,676
8,362
4,036


631
953


366


1,610

1,443
1,653
2,995
1,154
1,948
2,919
6,028
181
3,646
466









23,351

56,960
86,510
146,869
78,434
41,182
72,378
52,655
37,207
28,238
35,463

3,396
3,073
3,938
2,820
2,380
3,531
6,811
3,896
1,151
3,191

53,564
83,437
142,931
75,614
38,802
68,847
45,844
33,311
27,087
32,272

505
1,960
1,314
229

766
354
495
550
101

New Jersey����������������������������
New Mexico����������������������������
New York��������������������������������
North Carolina������������������������
North Dakota��������������������������
Ohio����������������������������������������
Oklahoma ������������������������������
Oregon������������������������������������
Pennsylvania��������������������������
Rhode Island��������������������������



14,019

500
4,703
1,359
2,557
5,381
575

12,898
32,379
139,949
11,112
32,905
53,312
8,154
10,295
35,868
1,845

2,661
14,031
64,754
299
769
2,175


4,314


7



670



8,841
10,468
66,783
9,179
13,738
47,311
7,674
9,677
22,271
1,718


127
334
135

71

6
450
100

1,396
7,746
5,824
1,499
18,398
3,085
480
611
8,536
27



2,254




1
297

103,103
37,150
184,185
115,135
34,652
136,454
94,345
65,476
113,863
21,147

6,430
2,694
5,127
3,846
2,580
2,670
15,349
2,825
3,451
2,111

96,673
34,456
179,058
111,289
32,072
133,784
78,996
62,651
110,412
19,036

1
170
2,767
98
160
2,954
309
531
2,821
216

South Carolina������������������������
South Dakota��������������������������
Tennessee������������������������������
Texas��������������������������������������
Utah����������������������������������������
Vermont����������������������������������
Virginia������������������������������������
Washington����������������������������
West Virginia��������������������������
Wisconsin ������������������������������
Wyoming��������������������������������

2,976
1,075

19
1,520


4,324

82
1,075

48,321
4,738
14,956
28,098
8,858
2,897
15,846
36,079
10,726
24,505
3,635

7,085

1,127
7,149


136
2,968

168











29,530
2,504
8,935
14,199
4,592
2,097
12,595
27,584
8,335
22,779
1,668

61

544
820


266
337

830

2,818
2,234
2,724
5,858
4,263
800
2,849
907
2,391
728
1,967

8,827

1,626
72
3


4,283


38,911
26,997
42,637
244,684
39,182
24,485
98,666
101,714
52,479
69,748
18,116

3,651
806
2,836
3,367
3,182
1,631
8,031
3,831
1,782
3,143
1,154

35,260
26,191
39,801
241,317
36,000
22,854
90,635
97,883
50,697
66,605
16,962

796
219
204
881
290
23
177
753
168
857
139

American Samoa��������������������
Fed. States of Micronesia ������
Guam��������������������������������������
Marshall Islands����������������������
Northern Marianas ����������������
Palau��������������������������������������
Puerto Rico����������������������������
Virgin Islands��������������������������








206

151

229

516
416















158

83

43

405
316








48

68

186

111
100










9,815

4,179

54,316
4,901



193

166

70
89



9,622

4,013

54,246
4,812



55



811
3

Undistributed��������������������������

27

13

14

See footnotes at end of table.

Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009
U.S. Census Bureau

7

Table 1.

Federal Government Grants and Other Payments to State and Local Governments by Agency and
for Selected Programs by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2009—Con.
(In thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text)
Department of Health and Human Services

State and outlying area

Total

Child care
and
development
Total

Child
support
enforcement

Administration for Children and Families
Children
Low Refugee
and
and
income
Foster
Family
entrant
home
Services Safe and care and
assisStable adoption energy as(Headtance
sistance
start) Families assistance

    United States, total����� 324,765,262 51,079,406 5,260,538 3,304,458 8,722,066

451,902 6,850,127 4,532,576

Temporary
Social Assistance
for Needy
Services
Families
Block
(TANF)
Grant

Other

634,265 1,853,768 18,044,583 1,425,123

Alabama �������������������������������
Alaska �����������������������������������
Arizona ���������������������������������
Arkansas ������������������������������
California �����������������������������
Colorado �������������������������������
Connecticut ���������������������������
Delaware �����������������������������
District of Columbia �������������
Florida ����������������������������������

4,303,623
1,875,542
9,005,351
3,368,737
37,740,066
3,165,091
4,234,947
935,144
1,913,788
13,572,936

526,780
174,026
911,521
349,826
8,195,660
736,189
696,844
113,639
326,027
2,020,846

89,691
17,404
156,494
38,849
564,898
61,500
61,491
15,415
11,221
266,512

33,168
140,212
11,953
48,312
28,851
181,865
32,172
86,317
517,667 1,067,430
40,974
218,908
26,823
70,844
18,480
16,923
16,498
53,473
185,618
342,911

7,607
51,979
2,649
21,735
7,881
139,338
5,001
54,042
42,431 1,586,865
7,962
85,828
3,426
102,513
953
5,655
1,703
51,247
18,486
229,080

62,044
30,233
30,218
34,692
158,563
67,424
133,231
12,802
14,387
63,568

607
792
17,417
17
59,246
11,438
1,676
91
39,673
128,223

26,235
4,861
28,594
15,437
202,987
26,470
21,739
5,423
3,296
96,744

107,947
34,029
267,279
69,082
3,935,588
189,253
268,040
29,459
108,291
654,924

7,290
2,058
53,584
14,217
59,985
26,432
7,061
8,438
26,238
34,780

Georgia ���������������������������������
Hawaii �����������������������������������
Idaho ������������������������������������
Illinois �����������������������������������
Indiana ���������������������������������
Iowa �������������������������������������
Kansas ���������������������������������
Kentucky �������������������������������
Louisiana �����������������������������
Maine �����������������������������������

7,508,210
1,355,067
1,363,841
10,765,007
5,859,736
2,620,870
2,244,935
5,203,461
6,178,410
2,260,655

1,145,789
261,470
172,980
1,907,982
884,413
451,068
368,911
695,592
708,299
257,381

210,096
30,961
17,171
207,934
112,204
45,881
45,415
131,993
98,188
13,628

42,884
10,453
18,891
110,575
43,499
26,907
33,598
19,972
49,665
5,524

219,620
38,322
43,846
344,338
126,643
77,354
72,908
144,854
179,838
42,484

14,896
865
1,936
22,994
7,613
3,282
2,656
9,997
15,609
3,110

128,756
36,151
16,244
283,162
191,283
66,614
40,560
91,968
71,949
31,932

86,329
2,354
26,130
224,574
110,411
76,793
49,671
68,241
51,393
69,864

12,268
106
6,025
19,142
5,576
2,977
1,152
7,994
700
1,613

53,627
7,191
6,838
75,626
49,427
17,964
15,545
22,206
45,399
8,120

368,587
123,539
32,922
595,071
227,780
128,124
89,847
191,977
188,902
78,940

8,726
11,528
2,977
24,566
9,977
5,172
17,559
6,390
6,656
2,166

Maryland �������������������������������
Massachusetts ���������������������
Michigan �������������������������������
Minnesota �����������������������������
Mississippi ���������������������������
Missouri �������������������������������
Montana �������������������������������
Nebraska �����������������������������
Nevada ���������������������������������
New Hampshire �������������������

5,626,676
9,453,195
9,986,147
5,984,084
4,236,697
6,796,967
1,164,154
1,556,799
1,362,177
1,021,353

855,600
1,246,737
1,873,430
872,395
497,492
827,118
177,114
301,688
271,812
188,890

105,416
99,432
131,205
80,417
57,043
107,334
16,141
37,092
41,841
18,641

57,190
60,851
86,371
97,470
20,845
32,944
8,331
28,855
28,266
10,578

114,671
155,993
307,046
120,986
199,591
165,288
45,139
59,414
39,066
24,074

4,157
5,438
10,165
3,962
8,011
14,437
2,739
2,517
3,124
1,204

104,244
98,743
226,882
80,858
18,642
106,953
19,716
53,215
50,521
23,395

106,281
210,738
217,887
142,736
30,448
101,014
32,160
40,276
10,694
43,059

29,009
13,679
17,216
16,573
866
4,097
18
1,619
4,861
1,585

29,255
36,152
55,584
29,130
36,155
33,883
6,610
10,677
14,569
7,506

269,725
459,327
668,623
292,996
113,790
249,542
43,349
64,001
70,096
56,281

35,652
106,384
152,451
7,267
12,101
11,626
2,911
4,022
8,774
2,567

New Jersey ���������������������������
New Mexico �������������������������
New York �������������������������������
North Carolina ���������������������
North Dakota �����������������������
Ohio �������������������������������������
Oklahoma �����������������������������
Oregon ���������������������������������
Pennsylvania �����������������������
Rhode Island �����������������������

7,816,096
4,195,073
35,467,202
10,129,328
708,237
13,490,504
4,580,511
3,730,686
14,019,291
1,553,566

1,266,990
399,877
5,406,209
1,282,896
135,834
2,485,619
629,750
642,733
1,896,672
217,589

110,623
37,765
274,473
197,454
11,131
281,876
101,932
71,633
157,407
16,421

176,315
26,080
304,015
91,523
8,300
161,742
36,024
37,317
152,469
2,970

157,130
83,323
586,262
273,586
36,214
322,200
139,518
120,337
297,574
27,258

5,940
3,295
26,430
10,879
973
16,101
11,555
10,365
12,153
1,734

156,285
35,643
672,267
121,639
16,473
405,128
71,406
132,214
183,034
22,744

188,079
31,652
508,842
101,822
24,660
224,055
45,073
47,491
327,267
36,119

2,122
1,667
42,661
4,923
2,547
7,233
921
6,773
9,392
512

51,213
11,035
163,282
48,095
3,585
62,299
20,280
28,749
64,230
6,118

404,302
151,730
2,595,188
363,465
30,265
985,303
193,187
180,977
669,322
99,443

14,981
17,687
232,789
69,510
1,686
19,682
9,854
6,877
23,824
4,270

South Carolina ���������������������
South Dakota �����������������������
Tennessee ���������������������������
Texas �����������������������������������
Utah �������������������������������������
Vermont �������������������������������
Virginia ���������������������������������
Washington ���������������������������
West Virginia �������������������������
Wisconsin �����������������������������
Wyoming �������������������������������

4,459,948
1,008,277
6,686,933
20,207,835
1,866,300
1,007,985
4,713,634
6,120,795
2,520,675
5,814,291
491,278

507,553
134,724
825,771
2,772,965
319,035
155,988
793,392
1,247,004
356,717
968,296
87,776

83,431
15,433
124,432
435,453
40,804
9,761
92,811
137,161
31,854
91,027
8,875

34,028
5,577
40,768
200,842
21,791
6,577
61,615
77,250
20,214
53,131
8,580

107,713
50,049
160,063
678,754
61,667
23,857
140,105
181,355
70,336
142,524
21,448

12,384
1,697
9,625
56,910
2,614
1,203
6,284
5,953
4,029
6,562
801

56,070
10,433
83,423
339,610
28,125
20,321
94,393
157,266
59,455
106,647
6,082

46,514
22,973
61,508
95,123
34,391
40,715
119,461
76,674
36,905
136,265
11,944

428
1,955
6,896
96,508
6,107
1,051
11,600
19,440
54
5,219

24,922
2,850
35,109
181,609
19,891
3,482
43,224
36,252
9,353
31,396
1,428

110,706
20,971
247,200
647,813
89,536
47,543
208,013
458,500
121,828
322,332
27,732

31,357
2,786
56,747
40,343
14,109
1,478
15,886
97,153
2,689
73,193
886

American Samoa �����������������
Fed. States of Micronesia �����
Guam �����������������������������������
Marshall Islands �������������������
Northern Marianas ���������������
Palau �����������������������������������
Puerto Rico ���������������������������
Virgin Islands �����������������������

30,300
3,252
51,752
1,939
26,660
4,312
1,338,573
47,418

9,110
372
18,852
215
960
1,872
464,426
24,644

2,665

4,910



26,682
1,880



3,928



62,352
5,177

5,866

6,170
7
502
1,515
261,643
12,293

245

499

62

6,386
261







1,399

92

163



6,318
182








54

365



11,350
284

56

2,141



85,647
4,072

132
372
676
208
396
357
2,649
495

Undistributed �����������������������

8,946

8,046

1,136

4,127

151

73

63

2,496

See footnotes at end of table.

8

Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009
U.S. Census Bureau

Table 1.

Federal Government Grants and Other Payments to State and Local Governments by Agency and
for Selected Programs by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2009—Con.
(In thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text)
Department of Health and Human Services—Con.
State and outlying area
Administration
on Aging

Agency for
Healthcare
Research
and Quality²

Centers for
Disease Control
and Prevention

Centers for
Medicare and
Medicaid Services

Health Resources
and Services
Administration

Indian Health
Service

Substance
Abuse and Mental
Health Services
Administration

    United States, total������

1,425,912

131,092

1,415,149

256,123,741

6,304,790

5,230,507

3,054,665

Alabama ��������������������������������
Alaska������������������������������������
Arizona ����������������������������������
Arkansas��������������������������������
California��������������������������������
Colorado ��������������������������������
Connecticut����������������������������
Delaware��������������������������������
District of Columbia����������������
Florida������������������������������������

21,554
11,002
29,169
15,614
149,351
16,301
18,153
6,125
15,430
95,574

4,204
8
1,329
–384
12,236
2,098
2,755
55
7,418
1,064

11,088
207
34,624
22,793
288,164

481
9,268
62,248
62,841

3,575,513
758,945
6,854,623
2,895,351
27,887,831
2,225,018
3,379,564
776,917
1,368,560
10,822,029

121,714
50,608
92,575
61,527
638,991
114,501
75,810
18,605
109,898
401,965

4,984
867,059
1,021,960

193,430
12,606
4,048


12,576

37,786
13,687
59,550
24,010
374,403
58,378
57,292
10,535
24,207
156,041

Georgia����������������������������������
Hawaii������������������������������������
Idaho��������������������������������������
Illinois��������������������������������������
Indiana������������������������������������
Iowa����������������������������������������
Kansas������������������������������������
Kentucky ��������������������������������
Louisiana��������������������������������
Maine��������������������������������������

29,618
8,070
7,591
57,528
26,590
18,048
13,449
16,247
18,429
8,000

2,236
479

7,259
3,545
4,376
51
412
322
656

52,541

21,728
35,479
28,582

18,871
24,156
99
18,096

6,030,499
1,015,064
1,084,567
8,373,831
4,790,458
2,064,647
1,780,110
4,345,195
5,267,340
1,911,907

173,083
49,965
31,796
261,789
70,713
49,938
31,458
78,202
119,678
32,117



35,052
533

3,982
12,682

3,585
15,597

74,444
20,019
10,127
120,606
55,435
28,811
19,403
43,657
60,658
16,901

Maryland��������������������������������
Massachusetts������������������������
Michigan ��������������������������������
Minnesota ������������������������������
Mississippi������������������������������
Missouri����������������������������������
Montana����������������������������������
Nebraska��������������������������������
Nevada ����������������������������������
New Hampshire����������������������

21,934
28,533
49,295
22,778
12,333
30,075
8,202
8,816
12,783
6,001

2,558
11,787
5,042
3,477
410
1,868
931
586

444

418
53,891
–12

46,100

329
25,285
486
2,500

4,128,040
7,854,455
7,765,667
4,854,231
3,523,149
5,762,946
719,010
1,127,056
959,694
789,076

135,343
171,597
149,691
66,495
108,450
117,390
37,364
29,824
36,774
22,680

423,796
2,012
44,414
123,579
22,079
223
201,978
48,023
55,238

58,987
84,183
98,620
41,129
26,684
57,347
19,226
15,521
25,390
11,762

New Jersey����������������������������
New Mexico����������������������������
New York��������������������������������
North Carolina������������������������
North Dakota��������������������������
Ohio����������������������������������������
Oklahoma ������������������������������
Oregon������������������������������������
Pennsylvania��������������������������
Rhode Island��������������������������

40,139
11,105
104,720
38,535
8,422
52,353
21,440
16,620
67,724
6,963

2,671
1,477
5,793
5,328
80
2,540
1,098
3,630
7,655
397


25,216
195,431

12,650
35,325

32,857
85
19,687

6,260,122
3,051,070
28,922,055
8,479,826
435,620
10,640,823
3,093,228
2,832,426
11,718,984
1,258,549

174,989
71,160
628,840
159,133
14,957
163,183
54,966
76,825
233,131
27,788


593,559
26,536
35,020
93,385

731,087
91,663

2,157

71,185
41,609
177,618
128,590
7,289
110,661
48,942
33,932
95,040
20,436

South Carolina������������������������
South Dakota��������������������������
Tennessee������������������������������
Texas��������������������������������������
Utah����������������������������������������
Vermont����������������������������������
Virginia������������������������������������
Washington����������������������������
West Virginia��������������������������
Wisconsin ������������������������������
Wyoming��������������������������������

18,736
8,273
20,243
84,216
7,283
7,066
30,098
27,162
11,893
25,572
5,844

1,292
395
2,093
7,139
2,108
50
2,512
3,608
496
3,195



30,327
114,673
24,830
3,211

22,682
18,586
33,028
2,613

3,787,856
567,385
5,640,434
16,621,030
1,424,264
814,345
3,701,319
4,463,707
2,051,764
4,598,677
348,498

114,461
22,362
114,851
377,119
41,309
15,283
118,015
122,095
65,206
74,070
11,117

2,812
265,645
11,113
8,075
21,331


151,736

61,019
25,933

27,238
9,493
42,101
222,618
26,140
12,042
68,298
82,801
16,013
50,434
9,497

American Samoa��������������������
Fed. States of Micronesia ������
Guam��������������������������������������
Marshall Islands����������������������
Northern Marianas ����������������
Palau��������������������������������������
Puerto Rico����������������������������
Virgin Islands��������������������������

1,322

3,553



20,034
3,239







314

1,837

3,411

2,157

16,280

14,192

19,762

21,788

652,225
12,499

2,092
1,965
3,027
1,252
1,100
1,555
146,474
5,788








1,747
915
3,147
472
655
885
38,820
1,248

Undistributed��������������������������

764

136

See footnotes at end of table.

Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009
U.S. Census Bureau

9

Table 1.

Federal Government Grants and Other Payments to State and Local Governments by Agency and
for Selected Programs by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2009—Con.
(In thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text)
Department of Homeland Security
Federal Emergency Management Agency
State and outlying area

Total

Domestic
preparedness and
antiterrorism
Coast
Guard programs²

Total

Emergency
management
planning
and
Disaster
relief assistance

    United States, total����� 17,954,886 124,227 11,645,600 6,185,059 5,687,118

Other

Department of Housing and Urban Development
Community planning
and development
EmpowerEmerment
gency
zones
Comshelter
Fair munity De- and other
and
housing velopment economic
develop- homeless
Block
and equal
ment assistance
Grant
Total opportunity

144,461

353,480 47,065,091

110,958 6,617,025

43,240
8,029
3,905
173,595
186,098
3,791
1,120
523
10,919
381,406

2,340
373
1,990
5,476
25,661
3,803

745
1,271
6,784

5,730
644,551

152,140
40
494,883

315,235
78 6,171,106

457,165
4
862,070
321
112,180
30 3,991,772
6,819 1,731,298

698
76,461

21,291
1,249
74,938
367
30,235
4,908 1,571,978
426
34,022
451
50,581
291
8,254
7,812
74,210
3,085
216,998

2,259
478
1,098
330
1,604
2,004
1,152
1,384
2,400
1,152

227,754
32,837
18,113
90,708
6,740
5,698
76,806
3,068
2,641
450,045
65,609
62,789
172,986
125,131
122,175
105,132
281,879
280,506
102,275
182,163
181,707
175,163
94,542
83,247
342,910 1,640,509 1,640,478
81,055
19,165
18,802

4,799
1,042
427
592
2,956
1,373
121
4,990
31
211

9,925 1,207,279

210,903

92,872
2,228 2,344,972

612,968

261,994
335
210,278
6,305
518,901
– 1,082,513
152
228,965

173
384
180
2,331
201
704
114
661
299
262

214,432
270,328
302,007
179,320
467,440
334,687
89,519
129,831
126,836
162,911

6,102
804
7,112
3,443
1,853
2,310
343
257
1,325
1,378

204,403
240,607
281,823
155,497
99,623
225,383
70,548
88,321
120,607
136,176

3,927
28,917
13,072
20,380
365,964
106,994
18,628
41,253
4,904
25,357

1,325
26,269
12,698
19,948
361,868
96,624
13,090
40,069
1,889
24,831

1,169
2,573
203
291
125
10,369
2,220
1,184
3,015
407

1,433 1,098,464
75 2,047,770
171 1,112,193
141
671,311
3,971
870,701
1
621,723
3,318
96,091

160,526

217,229
119
189,953

New Jersey���������������������������
New Mexico���������������������������
New York�������������������������������
North Carolina�����������������������
North Dakota�������������������������
Ohio���������������������������������������
Oklahoma �����������������������������
Oregon�����������������������������������
Pennsylvania�������������������������
Rhode Island�������������������������

314,050
223,705
951,921
229,860
95,697
391,327
278,075
181,781
374,119
84,367

2,387
1,627
2,800
2,659
859
4,735
2,427
2,984
5,244
1,274

302,814
210,511
852,976
210,492
69,942
324,220
184,687
153,689
353,067
82,856

8,849
11,567
96,145
16,709
24,896
62,372
90,961
25,108
15,808
237

5,810
10,995
90,829
985
24,576
60,188
88,915
16,820
13,683
77

2,268
564
2,883
8,986
320
1,549
527
8,288
1,307
92

771
8
2,433
6,738

635
1,519

818
68

South Carolina�����������������������
South Dakota�������������������������
Tennessee�����������������������������
Texas�������������������������������������
Utah���������������������������������������
Vermont���������������������������������
Virginia�����������������������������������
Washington���������������������������
West Virginia�������������������������
Wisconsin �����������������������������
Wyoming�������������������������������

145,255
86,725
172,077
2,235,428
103,918
70,556
556,691
298,391
114,996
207,931
68,784

1,851
898
2,585
4,539
1,282
743
2,149
1,922
423
3,712
154

132,096
11,308
1,972
71,868
13,959
13,201
157,583
11,909
10,655
854,549 1,376,340 1,362,162
93,736
8,900
3,038
60,892
8,921
8,442
245,734
308,808
22,364
264,552
31,917
26,285
96,069
18,504
18,325
156,426
47,793
44,988
65,396
3,234
262

4,978
447
1,216
6,046
5,177
413
1,784
5,632
79
1,865
2,972

American Samoa�������������������
Fed. States of Micronesia �����
Guam�������������������������������������
Marshall Islands���������������������
Northern Marianas ���������������
Palau�������������������������������������
Puerto Rico���������������������������
Virgin Islands�������������������������

7,570
1,507
28,047
48
17,462

203,677
25,114

288

463



1,507
928

7,282

16,034
48
16,298

182,353
22,540


1,507
11,550

1,164

19,817
1,646


1,507
11,550

1,105

19,817
1,174





59


468

Undistributed�������������������������

11,399

11,399

Alabama �������������������������������
Alaska�����������������������������������
Arizona ���������������������������������
Arkansas�������������������������������
California�������������������������������
Colorado �������������������������������
Connecticut���������������������������
Delaware�������������������������������
District of Columbia���������������
Florida�����������������������������������

202,774
81,037
222,210
280,348
1,469,798
189,994
113,773
71,219
365,646
909,960

2,387
149,077
1,805
70,830
2,046
214,229
1,565
99,712
4,575 1,253,386
909
181,491
1,882
110,767
859
68,771
1,088
352,338
6,484
508,467

Georgia���������������������������������
Hawaii�����������������������������������
Idaho�������������������������������������
Illinois�������������������������������������
Indiana�����������������������������������
Iowa���������������������������������������
Kansas�����������������������������������
Kentucky �������������������������������
Louisiana�������������������������������
Maine�������������������������������������

262,850
97,926
80,972
515,984
299,721
389,015
285,590
271,089
1,985,819
101,372

Maryland�������������������������������
Massachusetts�����������������������
Michigan �������������������������������
Minnesota �����������������������������
Mississippi�����������������������������
Missouri���������������������������������
Montana���������������������������������
Nebraska�������������������������������
Nevada ���������������������������������
New Hampshire���������������������

51,310
8,402
5,935
179,071
211,837
7,594
1,124
1,589
12,220
395,009

53,033 1,483,195




7,333
95
1,745

14,557
258

12,227
2,500
30,772
4,262
196,478
15,951
27,077
5,439
352,194
63,653

99,132
20,388
14,151
169,566
76,606
68,255
27,848
50,460
487,205
22,737





947
500



23,929
7,614
2,956
75,874
11,885
6,421
5,944
15,066
23,899
9,483

201
1,429
1,100
428
411
857
50
595
270
112

74,825
119,998
124,004
59,190
595,062
76,058
15,220
20,448
27,126
17,680

975
6,848

919

1,778



44,890
60,915
55,138
19,281
4,037
23,655
2,236
3,878
6,526
5,084

1,642,567
179,017
5,496,047
858,900
106,025
1,636,213
375,255
381,748
1,944,002
124,229

375
59
2,451
140
343
1,855
657
307
1,736
110

102,579
22,582
446,146
74,438
8,892
157,090
38,456
42,086
237,850
18,007

677


476

2,686
290
685
5,000
910

29,043
7,268
140,339
16,445
1,642
66,796
5,617
16,444
62,911

4,358
217,280
311
82,985
38
273,682
8,132 1,691,731
685
104,452
66
67,038
284,660
578,879

523,497
100
104,357
940
265,790

26,189

210

857
3,192
25
223
1,332
1,328
101
320

33,528
14,362
51,299
472,078
24,761
9,567
70,308
67,428
35,623
54,507
6,118

1,789

2,758
136



1,090
581



234
1,690
1
69
1,460
738

42

1,519

43,480

3,904

345,948
13,336








1,141

2,790

1,494

118,844
1,551










674



12,475
43

– 1,187,015

65,288

178,573








4

See footnotes at end of table.

10

Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009
U.S. Census Bureau

Table 1.

Federal Government Grants and Other Payments to State and Local Governments by Agency and
for Selected Programs by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2009—Con.
(In thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text)
Department of Housing and Urban Development—Con.
Housing programs
Public housing programs

State and outlying area

College
housing

Housing
opportunities
for people
with AIDS

Native
American
block grant

Housing
for special
populations

    United States, total������

53,132

317,122

827,042

979,217

28,002,815

Alabama ��������������������������������
Alaska������������������������������������
Arizona ����������������������������������
Arkansas��������������������������������
California��������������������������������
Colorado ��������������������������������
Connecticut����������������������������
Delaware��������������������������������
District of Columbia����������������
Florida������������������������������������

290
1,275
265
77
979
348


11,905

2,394
495
2,649
551
35,011
1,546
3,588
1,348
55,526
37,150

1,814
53,164
101,844

47,954
1,453


170,203
1,702

18,210
5,785
9,667
7,803
101,426
15,964
20,230
5,337
67,612
69,289

366,844
52,172
218,303
223,829
3,624,012
329,861
612,324
61,436
2,033,350
1,132,590

Georgia����������������������������������
Hawaii������������������������������������
Idaho��������������������������������������
Illinois��������������������������������������
Indiana������������������������������������
Iowa����������������������������������������
Kansas������������������������������������
Kentucky ��������������������������������
Louisiana��������������������������������
Maine��������������������������������������

5
828
31
169
15



325

9,354
1,356
451
9,283
1,362
333
464
1,958
6,446
1,285

1
3,957
4,013
11

441
–519

302
2,558

17,749
10,717
995
55,624
10,971
2,619
7,726
11,537
16,838
5,562

Maryland��������������������������������
Massachusetts������������������������
Michigan ��������������������������������
Minnesota ������������������������������
Mississippi������������������������������
Missouri����������������������������������
Montana����������������������������������
Nebraska��������������������������������
Nevada ����������������������������������
New Hampshire����������������������

22,997
2,342
452
458
347




11,190
5,231
3,702
1,852
1,849
2,769
1,123
410
1,104
1,221

1,350
1,175
12,992
12,566
2,880
144
13,481
4,360
9,300

New Jersey����������������������������
New Mexico����������������������������
New York��������������������������������
North Carolina������������������������
North Dakota��������������������������
Ohio����������������������������������������
Oklahoma ������������������������������
Oregon������������������������������������
Pennsylvania��������������������������
Rhode Island��������������������������

639
211
149
815
169
15
161
35
37
49

16,510
1,022
69,434
3,172
245
2,837
1,167
2,224
9,744

South Carolina������������������������
South Dakota��������������������������
Tennessee������������������������������
Texas��������������������������������������
Utah����������������������������������������
Vermont����������������������������������
Virginia������������������������������������
Washington����������������������������
West Virginia��������������������������
Wisconsin ������������������������������
Wyoming��������������������������������

681

445
1,950
315
147
3,761
70

22
7

American Samoa��������������������
Fed. States of Micronesia ������
Guam��������������������������������������
Marshall Islands����������������������
Northern Marianas ����������������
Palau��������������������������������������
Puerto Rico����������������������������
Virgin Islands��������������������������
Undistributed��������������������������

Drug
elimination

Housing
certificate
program

Capital
programs

432,285

–93

1,571,739

3,651,010

38,489
3,405
6,707
55
34,125
4,096
7,795
2,751
77,840
25,226





–91




8,245
2,308
4,303
5,665
120,705
12,426
66,470
15,834
275,424
29,045

92,084
3,158
15,652
31,403
112,701
21,508
51,659
6,690
754,568
75,692

711,959
136,974
51,440
1,516,066
429,437
149,676
129,005
339,308
414,742
142,141

20,788
530
2,390
16,640
6,996
327
34
10,722
8,866
687










13,634
2,811
5,786
118,379
11,774
4,769
7,380
5,790
11,642
28,849

129,037
14,393
1,372
281,218
39,346
11,068
17,155
56,698
65,513
8,467

16,767
42,522
19,923
20,030
4,088
20,361
2,207
3,843
994
9,520

703,509
1,525,036
645,324
386,644
206,200
390,344
52,473
99,823
149,624
130,786

4,348
8,761
11,565
4,623
3,732
14,052


2,522
236









–2

35,198
140,129
128,072
81,330
6,560
13,988
570
2,855
1,469
10,424

71,247
87,239
58,984
54,543
26,519
51,384
2,958
13,438
6,272
9,799


20,553
2,143
16,078
13,113

67,235
1,063
–6
500

29,350
3,810
109,704
14,298
242
43,961
9,420
6,918
56,114
12,073

1,121,933
102,931
3,893,991
574,665
72,097
1,128,370
200,413
266,167
1,133,244
83,322

27,524
19
15,083
12,238
1,218
22,910
823
5,541
12,107
1,803










122,915
3,096
88,724
15,156
311
29,220
6,617
3,489
126,560
59

136,842
7,447
461,641
88,749
3,918
110,751
27,410
15,171
200,287











1,159
20,077

1,818
3,102

334
26,672

20,439
3,778

15,789
4,221
10,775
19,551
1,331
5,322
15,408
9,291

2,829
198

137,267
40,003
174,401
1,003,033
64,989
45,505
322,592
377,303
62,291
162,063
11,218

4,466
333
23
1,840
1,065
1,777
1,668
2,354

970
212











630
112
6
91
110
3
247
91
10
119

2
183
63
61,799


90,765
98

161







346







7,766














6,549
147



36,272

2,410

164,339
10,285





















2,339



2,762




181,838

–153,521

3

271,196

Low rent
housing Neighborhood
assistance
revitalization

See footnotes at end of table.

Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009
U.S. Census Bureau

11

Table 1.

Federal Government Grants and Other Payments to State and Local Governments by Agency and
for Selected Programs by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2009—Con.
(In thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text)
Department of Housing and Urban
Development—Con.
State and outlying area

Department of the Interior

Housing programs—Con.

Bureau of Land Management

Home
ownership
assistance

Other

Total

Bureau of
Indian Affairs

Total

Payments in
lieu of taxes

Shared
revenues

Bureau of
Reclamation

    United States, total������

1,983,007

983,604

5,904,953

1,552,282

493,590

381,648

111,942

144,607

Alabama ��������������������������������
Alaska������������������������������������
Arizona ����������������������������������
Arkansas��������������������������������
California��������������������������������
Colorado ��������������������������������
Connecticut����������������������������
Delaware��������������������������������
District of Columbia����������������
Florida������������������������������������

25,800
6,570
28,202
10,977
311,100
15,697
19,989
4,772
30,842
76,155

995
17
332
11
2,487
3,772
161
28
65,729
455

39,828
212,233
387,825
26,685
274,465
258,914
9,928
7,520
6,919
46,618

2,163
100,668
337,922

61,221
7,996
1,934

–2
11,011

685
25,689
32,107
3,918
34,528
28,898
28
17
25
4,601

685
25,674
31,662
3,918
34,398
28,661
28
17
25
4,601


15
445

130
237





808

47,338
5,898



Georgia����������������������������������
Hawaii������������������������������������
Idaho��������������������������������������
Illinois��������������������������������������
Indiana������������������������������������
Iowa����������������������������������������
Kansas������������������������������������
Kentucky ��������������������������������
Louisiana��������������������������������
Maine��������������������������������������

56,768
10,902
9,107
85,884
23,251
16,872
15,113
25,958
45,972
6,923

124,750
49

13,927
177
9
14
743
464
11

20,604
21,301
65,747
33,576
18,841
23,973
22,035
58,462
55,255
27,220



20,348
2

5,269
4,565

3,635
12,446

2,397
324
26,726
1,058
641
434
1,074
2,245
529
327

2,397
324
26,434
1,058
641
434
1,074
2,245
529
327



292








1,102



1,762


Maryland��������������������������������
Massachusetts������������������������
Michigan ��������������������������������
Minnesota ������������������������������
Mississippi������������������������������
Missouri����������������������������������
Montana����������������������������������
Nebraska��������������������������������
Nevada ����������������������������������
New Hampshire����������������������

45,797
44,929
50,570
29,333
17,712
26,197
5,747
10,862
12,019
4,443

65,170
1,216
367
114
1,304
136
26
14
5
648

15,391
17,723
67,441
84,934
71,223
24,843
204,888
28,843
99,970
9,548


2,198
31,902
51,109
36,437
581
103,201
11,528
24,005

100
100
4,336
2,737
1,469
2,761
28,304
1,106
25,406
1,687

100
100
4,336
2,737
1,469
2,761
28,061
1,106
23,269
1,687







243

2,137







2,114
3,646
5,959

New Jersey����������������������������
New Mexico����������������������������
New York��������������������������������
North Carolina������������������������
North Dakota��������������������������
Ohio����������������������������������������
Oklahoma ������������������������������
Oregon������������������������������������
Pennsylvania��������������������������
Rhode Island��������������������������

51,159
10,019
253,518
41,569
3,835
68,667
16,523
21,562
80,107
6,937

3,021

12,724
661

1,055
466
56
18,311
459

8,931
597,247
32,946
42,631
176,517
29,563
103,134
183,442
66,002
8,895


144,336
4,734
17,713
74,912

78,724
36,194

1,474

94
37,664
139
4,047
1,399
730
2,539
120,536
514

94
37,013
139
4,047
1,392
730
2,539
14,964
514


651


7


105,572


3,257


21,728

287
1,539

South Carolina������������������������
South Dakota��������������������������
Tennessee������������������������������
Texas��������������������������������������
Utah����������������������������������������
Vermont����������������������������������
Virginia������������������������������������
Washington����������������������������
West Virginia��������������������������
Wisconsin ������������������������������
Wyoming��������������������������������

19,872
3,422
32,730
121,956
8,676
4,425
48,251
36,598
5,618
24,273
4,658

1,887
272
91
2,597
77

22,753
436
133
45

13,424
197,951
27,792
83,763
191,079
8,575
64,851
219,847
56,687
71,432
1,038,719

1,952
144,328

3,009
4,434

9,366
153,279

41,140
6,548

383
4,351
2,410
4,349
33,238
879
3,809
10,793
2,552
1,360
27,486

383
4,264
2,410
4,349
33,063
879
3,809
10,771
2,552
1,355
25,562


87


175


22

5
1,924


35,958

92
3,848


8,090


1,181

American Samoa��������������������
Fed. States of Micronesia ������
Guam��������������������������������������
Marshall Islands����������������������
Northern Marianas ����������������
Palau��������������������������������������
Puerto Rico����������������������������
Virgin Islands��������������������������

378

982



33,284
1,310







6

45,011
88,626
60,114
74,761
20,179
15,138
8,933
114,032










2



21
38



2



21
38















Undistributed��������������������������

8,215

635,423

11,978

See footnotes at end of table.

12

Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009
U.S. Census Bureau

Table 1.

Federal Government Grants and Other Payments to State and Local Governments by Agency and
for Selected Programs by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2009—Con.
(In thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text)
Department of the Interior—Con.
Fish and Wildlife Service
State and outlying area

Wildlife
conservation
and
restoration
Total

Minerals Management Service

National Park Service

Sport fish
restoration

Other

Total

Minerals
Leasing Act

Other

Historic
Total preservation

Other

    United States, total������

907,990

519,651

362,129

26,210

1,995,080

1,812,766

182,314

131,189

79,609

51,580

Alabama ��������������������������������
Alaska������������������������������������
Arizona ����������������������������������
Arkansas��������������������������������
California��������������������������������
Colorado ��������������������������������
Connecticut����������������������������
Delaware��������������������������������
District of Columbia����������������
Florida������������������������������������

11,570
41,073
15,733
15,687
67,644
20,891
5,851
6,888
2,562
27,392

7,273
19,429
8,545
8,749
49,753
11,764
2,622
2,738
1,673
14,289

4,140
21,380
6,979
6,739
12,226
9,121
1,904
3,989
889
11,666

157
264
209
199
5,665
6
1,325
161

1,437

18,764
42,594
253
3,321
60,493
187,319



3

2,050
15,847
253
1,603
46,997
187,313



2

16,714
26,747

1,718
13,496
6



1

2,065
1,469
1,002
1,746
3,005
1,438
2,115
615
386
3,611

1,626
799
423
1,162
1,304
977
1,023
475
386
1,065

439
670
579
584
1,701
461
1,092
140

2,546

Georgia����������������������������������
Hawaii������������������������������������
Idaho��������������������������������������
Illinois��������������������������������������
Indiana������������������������������������
Iowa����������������������������������������
Kansas������������������������������������
Kentucky ��������������������������������
Louisiana��������������������������������
Maine��������������������������������������

16,043
8,314
15,106
17,282
10,102
13,640
8,670
13,928
13,744
13,120

9,150
5,025
8,380
9,338
5,495
7,207
4,170
7,666
7,140
9,361

5,890
3,155
6,569
7,908
4,268
5,551
4,500
6,195
6,467
3,215

1,003
134
157
36
339
882

67
137
544



1,507
176
14

1,596
437
31,166



1,433



1,586

644



74
176
14

10
437
30,522

2,164
1,082
958
3,366
2,628
1,855
1,052
3,310
5,848
1,327

1,284
682
639
716
1,021
1,327
902
2,885
4,819
627

880
400
319
2,650
1,607
528
150
425
1,029
700

Maryland��������������������������������
Massachusetts������������������������
Michigan ��������������������������������
Minnesota ������������������������������
Mississippi������������������������������
Missouri����������������������������������
Montana����������������������������������
Nebraska��������������������������������
Nevada ����������������������������������
New Hampshire����������������������

10,105
11,530
28,249
29,860
15,395
16,699
18,241
11,409
14,083
6,214

5,388
6,131
15,319
14,677
11,044
10,187
10,891
6,291
8,229
2,635

4,263
4,453
12,835
15,131
4,295
6,512
7,350
5,072
5,854
3,450

454
946
95
52
56


46

129



837
13
7,917
2,061
46,559
31
28,744



543
1
33

46,559
31
5,362



294
12
7,884
2,061


23,382

2,224
3,895
2,117
1,215
9,837
1,394
1,718
1,123
1,773
1,647

1,287
1,245
379
777
9,139
978
987
697
644
1,199

937
2,650
1,738
438
698
416
731
426
1,129
448

New Jersey����������������������������
New Mexico����������������������������
New York��������������������������������
North Carolina������������������������
North Dakota��������������������������
Ohio����������������������������������������
Oklahoma ������������������������������
Oregon������������������������������������
Pennsylvania��������������������������
Rhode Island��������������������������

8,089
14,545
23,240
17,405
13,154
15,001
12,674
22,524
23,396
6,125

4,084
7,000
13,085
10,815
9,071
4,509
5,886
11,232
12,977
2,976

3,517
7,545
9,406
6,426
4,073
9,332
6,782
8,420
10,262
2,935

488

749
164
10
1,160
6
2,872
157
214


388,528


61,155
453
3,942
903
43


388,507


26,493
32
3,470
184


21


34,662
421
472
719
43

748
3,418
4,833
3,466
866
1,958
1,389
1,746
2,017
1,296

748
463
1,590
2,821
404
1,367
757
589
1,162
638


2,955
3,243
645
462
591
632
1,157
855
658

South Carolina������������������������
South Dakota��������������������������
Tennessee������������������������������
Texas��������������������������������������
Utah����������������������������������������
Vermont����������������������������������
Virginia������������������������������������
Washington����������������������������
West Virginia��������������������������
Wisconsin ������������������������������
Wyoming��������������������������������

9,295
11,176
21,877
51,499
12,869
6,800
26,729
43,766
6,220
26,370
13,058

5,137
6,511
12,607
33,602
6,341
2,818
17,596
33,270
3,422
11,937
6,908

3,839
4,665
8,795
17,427
6,528
3,780
6,522
8,991
2,798
14,335
6,150

319

475
470

202
2,611
1,505

98


950

16,235
130,945

143
345
400

957,233


949

1,537
123,774


344


957,219


1

14,698
7,171

143
1
400

14

1,794
1,188
2,834
5,262
1,677
896
14,851
3,574
2,916
2,562
888

1,047
749
2,083
1,747
1,045
582
13,500
620
2,535
796
570

747
439
751
3,515
632
314
1,351
2,954
381
1,766
318

American Samoa��������������������
Fed. States of Micronesia ������
Guam��������������������������������������
Marshall Islands����������������������
Northern Marianas ����������������
Palau��������������������������������������
Puerto Rico����������������������������
Virgin Islands��������������������������

1,594

2,032

1,877

7,832
1,818

447

761

1,120

4,251
729

1,127

1,271

757

3,581
899

20






190






















324
84
282
147
496
224
1,080
363

324
84
269
147
496
224
390
363



13



690

Undistributed��������������������������

25

25

See footnotes at end of table.

Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009
U.S. Census Bureau

13

Table 1.

Federal Government Grants and Other Payments to State and Local Governments by Agency and
for Selected Programs by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2009—Con.
(In thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text)
Department of the Interior—Con.

State and outlying area

Department of Justice

Office of Surface Mining, Reclamation, and Enforcement

Total

Abandoned mine
reclamation

Other

Office of
Insular Affairs

Total

Federal Prison
System

Office of
Asset Forfeiture

    United States, total�����

247,805

191,391

56,414

432,410

3,894,654

28,363

397,931

Alabama �������������������������������
Alaska�����������������������������������
Arizona ���������������������������������
Arkansas�������������������������������
California�������������������������������
Colorado �������������������������������
Connecticut���������������������������
Delaware�������������������������������
District of Columbia���������������
Florida�����������������������������������

4,581
740

2,013

6,474



3,303
546

1,867

4,514



1,278
194

146

1,960







236



3,948

44,966
17,982
91,902
35,438
611,027
53,171
38,555
15,242
46,383
205,020

244



244
790
369
158
1,995
777

4,623
997
4,911
2,879
69,562
4,302
2,558

504
41,518

Georgia���������������������������������
Hawaii�����������������������������������
Idaho�������������������������������������
Illinois�������������������������������������
Indiana�����������������������������������
Iowa���������������������������������������
Kansas�����������������������������������
Kentucky �������������������������������
Louisiana�������������������������������
Maine�������������������������������������




11,692
5,456
2,775
3,316
38,542
333




8,962
4,651
2,709
3,224
28,763
149




2,730
805
66
92
9,779
184


11,581







135,354
22,793
16,546
157,919
34,083
32,579
37,018
27,862
54,068
10,677



104
1,032


197
287
408
50

26,004
1,113
303
14,616
4,587
4,778
5,364
2,787
3,299
440

Maryland�������������������������������
Massachusetts�����������������������
Michigan �������������������������������
Minnesota �����������������������������
Mississippi�����������������������������
Missouri���������������������������������
Montana���������������������������������
Nebraska�������������������������������
Nevada ���������������������������������
New Hampshire���������������������

2,962



168
1,347
4,751


2,301



56
1,143
3,567


661



112
204
1,184











74,508
127,085
119,612
27,567
41,366
77,839
12,994
19,865
43,826
12,216

711
4,268
325
155

176
231
290
–1
249

14,734
2,719
8,091
2,685
4,981
14,709
55
6,413
2,186
471

New Jersey���������������������������
New Mexico���������������������������
New York�������������������������������
North Carolina�����������������������
North Dakota�������������������������
Ohio���������������������������������������
Oklahoma �����������������������������
Oregon�����������������������������������
Pennsylvania�������������������������
Rhode Island�������������������������


5,499


3,303
11,421
3,579

40,032


4,567


2,694
9,322
2,478

27,137


932


609
2,099
1,101

12,895










69,714
18,678
312,189
101,764
7,679
126,402
43,940
43,028
152,189
14,105

12
50
898
10,314

483
360
219
336

12,007
2,638
45,039
10,534
100
9,179
5,470
1,637
10,177
1,210

South Carolina�����������������������
South Dakota�������������������������
Tennessee�����������������������������
Texas�������������������������������������
Utah���������������������������������������
Vermont���������������������������������
Virginia�����������������������������������
Washington���������������������������
West Virginia�������������������������
Wisconsin �����������������������������
Wyoming�������������������������������



671
3,317
4,068

8,972

44,599

32,325



557
1,584
2,326

5,471

34,246

31,311



114
1,733
1,742

3,501

10,353

1,014







981



68,409
9,157
66,154
260,567
26,049
7,125
126,996
55,937
29,778
64,288
6,498

52
401
97
131

472
700
401

303
75

5,259
87
3,993
22,559
1,072
536
3,080
3,026
1,109
3,506
218

American Samoa�������������������
Fed. States of Micronesia �����
Guam�������������������������������������
Marshall Islands���������������������
Northern Marianas ���������������
Palau�������������������������������������
Puerto Rico���������������������������
Virgin Islands�������������������������






















43,093
88,542
57,798
74,614
17,806
14,914

111,813

512

7,401

2,232

21,336
7,064










320



2,986

Undistributed�������������������������

4,869

3,943

926

7,084

See footnotes at end of table.

14

Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009
U.S. Census Bureau

Table 1.

Federal Government Grants and Other Payments to State and Local Governments by Agency and
for Selected Programs by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2009—Con.
(In thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text)
Department of Justice—Con.
Office of Justice Programs

State and outlying area

Corrections,
probation, and
parole
Total

Crime
victims
programs

Education,
research,
and Juvenile
justice
statistics
proprograms
grams

Law Enforcement Assistance

Total

    United States, total����� 3,468,360

51,975 575,941 127,260 306,560 335,288

Alabama �������������������������������
Alaska�����������������������������������
Arizona ���������������������������������
Arkansas�������������������������������
California�������������������������������
Colorado �������������������������������
Connecticut���������������������������
Delaware�������������������������������
District of Columbia���������������
Florida�����������������������������������

40,099
16,985
86,991
32,559
541,221
48,079
35,628
15,084
43,884
162,725

59
172
5,465
81
1,249
445
402
47
–1,050
1,372

6,313
3,568
9,893
6,153
90,134
10,528
6,198
2,774
8,750
34,289

2,153
687
8,496
525
11,064
3,369
216
259
4,787
9,083

2,646
2,636
4,775
2,864
22,882
4,806
2,875
1,445
4,360
17,188

Georgia���������������������������������
Hawaii�����������������������������������
Idaho�������������������������������������
Illinois�������������������������������������
Indiana�����������������������������������
Iowa���������������������������������������
Kansas�����������������������������������
Kentucky �������������������������������
Louisiana�������������������������������
Maine�������������������������������������

109,350
21,680
16,139
142,271
29,496
27,801
31,457
24,788
50,361
10,187

4,570
4,117

722
3
284
140
322
749
252

16,225
2,946
2,961
13,390
7,389
3,911
4,270
6,208
6,960
2,147

302
269
60
1,830
195
276
473
1,449
346
81

Maryland�������������������������������
Massachusetts�����������������������
Michigan �������������������������������
Minnesota �����������������������������
Mississippi�����������������������������
Missouri���������������������������������
Montana���������������������������������
Nebraska�������������������������������
Nevada ���������������������������������
New Hampshire���������������������

59,063
120,098
111,196
24,727
36,385
62,954
12,708
13,162
41,641
11,496

450
633
643
507
62
2,066
124
81
184
525

9,566
17,818
14,820
8,494
6,108
11,482
2,545
2,234
5,912
2,280

New Jersey���������������������������
New Mexico���������������������������
New York�������������������������������
North Carolina�����������������������
North Dakota�������������������������
Ohio���������������������������������������
Oklahoma �����������������������������
Oregon�����������������������������������
Pennsylvania�������������������������
Rhode Island�������������������������

57,695
15,990
266,252
80,916
7,579
116,740
38,110
41,172
141,676
12,895

2,000
22
51
1,325
26
13,682
45
202
293
100

South Carolina�����������������������
South Dakota�������������������������
Tennessee�����������������������������
Texas�������������������������������������
Utah���������������������������������������
Vermont���������������������������������
Virginia�����������������������������������
Washington���������������������������
West Virginia�������������������������
Wisconsin �����������������������������
Wyoming�������������������������������

63,098
8,669
62,064
237,877
24,977
6,117
123,216
52,510
28,669
60,479
6,205

American Samoa�������������������
Fed. States of Micronesia �����
Guam�������������������������������������
Marshall Islands���������������������
Northern Marianas ���������������
Palau�������������������������������������
Puerto Rico���������������������������
Virgin Islands�������������������������
Undistributed�������������������������

ComLaw Violence
munity
oriented enforce- against
ment women
Bul- policing
and
block
letproof program
grant children
vests (COPS)

Weed
and
seed

Substance
abuse
Other programs

Other

20,290

1,125

8,587 130,343 36,919 138,024 1,194,038 877,298

5,979
3,193
6,588
1,427
28,117
4,771
4,770
885
17,513
27,768

257
19
292
247
2,246
279
167
71
355
1,188

51







554
181





12
12


255
4,453

3,539
2,153
1,499
114
8,918
2,400
2,306
271
13,005
4,730

201
412
1,532
136
2,297
133
828
152
2,318
1,698

1,931
609
3,265
930
14,644
1,947
1,469
391
1,026
15,518

29,711
1,349
1,515
6,678
4,384
2,152
2,552
4,138
2,686
2,170

5,777
1,192
366
9,829
3,773
1,345
2,095
2,312
3,743
1,488

735
78
105
512
309
157
189
106
340
70










4

–189


–5
–8



145

1,388
564
38
2,106
917
549
226
889
330
600

851
271

659
917
172
478
102
160
499

2,992
279
223
6,557
1,638
467
1,202
1,215
2,768
315

41,640
10,540
7,665
84,796
5,047
14,973
13,810
4,375
23,912
1,924

11,125
1,267
3,572
25,026
8,705
4,860
8,117
5,984
11,965
2,125

5,213
10,046
2,807
242
2,411
6,061
363
545
162
70

6,275
11,678
6,191
4,068
2,936
2,990
2,389
2,328
3,260
2,130

7,664
20,595
8,254
4,793
1,781
3,540
674
3,750
5,468
1,914

760
288
443
316
184
230
95
78
121
63










76

–79
147


9




3,253
15,564
2,356
2,088
358
518
241
2,214
3,756
1,268

1,249
620
1,227
353
653
359
122
753
589
120

2,481
3,976
4,228
2,036
577
2,433
216
705
1,002
387

17,356
42,049
60,964
–37,864
16,953
29,435
3,949
534
15,050
2,192

12,539
17,279
17,517
44,487
6,134
7,380
2,664
3,690
11,605
2,385

11,044
3,741
37,258
12,295
1,941
20,768
7,882
8,631
22,287
2,951

2,594
260
3,694
1,305
837
284
196
184
10,811
466

2,507
1,724
9,050
3,962
1,980
7,435
4,142
3,902
18,190
1,555

5,691
1,952
21,805
7,527
425
8,116
1,965
2,501
12,954
3,205

802
140
1,990
604
27
649
202
280
982
40












136
20




989

1,011
1,068
11,881
777
273
2,519
147
536
4,622
2,026

991
394
2,358
2,107

1,739
712
629
1,995
255

2,887
350
5,440
4,019
125
3,209
904
1,056
4,366
884

10,381
2,969
107,712
38,653
849
54,070
19,568
13,953
64,763
1,946

23,478
5,322
86,682
15,849
1,521
12,385
4,312
11,799
12,378
2,672


11
402
417


440
301

132
147

9,805
2,177
7,720
47,123
5,245
1,477
16,130
9,722
3,287
9,815
1,809

8,745
146
5,853
2,414
332
80
5,407
1,016
7,670
467
286

2,397
2,040
2,794
11,274
2,219
909
38,330
5,851
1,346
12,762
1,708

6,849
969
3,707
17,252
1,391
988
22,043
17,451
3,051
2,038
704

307
42
377
1,770
175
24
480
491
58
487
47







259



2,356


–47


341


40

1,764
77
610
2,850
654
521
4,408
15,317
396
302
297

521
52
575
1,772
265

1,216
639
64
383
166

1,901
798
2,145
10,907
297
443
15,339
1,004
2,533
826
194

27,664
1,090
36,883
115,097
11,729
988
18,005
5,158
10,049
26,298
203

7,638
2,236
4,705
44,300
4,061
1,675
22,861
13,011
3,266
8,967
1,348

512

7,081

2,232

18,350
7,064



37



7,666

326

372

508

4,580
781



68

281


24

94

446

145

1,566
175



88

10

988
254







16

















5

10

107
7







75
150



83



790
97

92

5,207

136

441
4,985



863

1,152

3,109
845

10,252
12,697
4,125
2,604
28,975
22,799
18,609
2,900
179,358 208,417
–34,407
58,567
16,847
4,320
8,000
1,674
5,249
4,275
18,841
54,184

See footnotes at end of table.

Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009
U.S. Census Bureau

15

Table 1.

Federal Government Grants and Other Payments to State and Local Governments by Agency and
for Selected Programs by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2009—Con.
(In thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text)
Department of Labor

State and outlying area

Employment and Training Administration
State
Unemployment Insurance and
Mine Safety
Employand Health
ment Workforce
AdminService Investment
Other
Total
istration

Occupational
Health
and Safety
Administration²

Veterans
EmployNational Neighborment and Foundation
hood
Training on the Arts
ReinvestAdminment
and the
istration Humanities Corporation

Total

Bureau
of Labor
Statistics

    United States, total�����

9,827,625

88,528

9,334,312

4,051,802

9,345

235,876

159,564

306,740

277,492

Alabama �������������������������������
Alaska�����������������������������������
Arizona ���������������������������������
Arkansas�������������������������������
California�������������������������������
Colorado �������������������������������
Connecticut���������������������������
Delaware�������������������������������
District of Columbia���������������
Florida�����������������������������������

116,085
58,295
148,443
100,102
1,254,711
119,461
129,861
27,907
174,774
338,375

1,494
866
1,131
1,058
8,268
1,742
2,077
681
570
3,391

111,165
53,237
140,051
96,356
1,177,396
113,282
123,666
26,215
173,204
323,190

53,000
33,121
50,004
38,084
579,706
54,132
71,679
14,376
17,931
159,032

38,155
15,025
54,707
39,264
511,858
42,904
35,842
8,846
11,301
135,460

20,010
5,091
35,340
19,008
85,832
16,246
16,145
2,993
143,972
28,698

251
61
287
96
343
292
53


204

986
3,570
3,931
1,041
51,336
961
2,367
481
457
2,453

2,189
561
3,043
1,551
17,368
3,184
1,698
530
543
9,137

3,635
2,822
5,910
2,962
28,226
6,987
5,750
1,777
5,302
11,993

751
1,249
1,386
269
35,464
3,432
2,500
844
1,988
7,330

Georgia���������������������������������
Hawaii�����������������������������������
Idaho�������������������������������������
Illinois�������������������������������������
Indiana�����������������������������������
Iowa���������������������������������������
Kansas�����������������������������������
Kentucky �������������������������������
Louisiana�������������������������������
Maine�������������������������������������

211,085
48,312
53,628
434,747
188,562
101,264
66,863
148,349
141,763
53,863

1,937
684
811
2,997
1,654
2,088
1,099
1,191
1,396
1,366

201,410
43,700
51,341
424,050
178,197
93,812
63,254
137,430
137,373
51,148

94,630
23,249
29,189
194,933
73,934
41,346
28,186
46,574
47,573
23,275

99,858
10,218
12,406
175,076
74,766
37,572
26,745
73,990
80,611
16,467

6,922
10,233
9,746
54,041
29,497
14,894
8,323
16,866
9,189
11,406

203

74
206
118
68
80
673
106
21

1,762
3,092
505
1,538
5,352
3,912
809
6,679
748
546

5,773
836
897
5,956
3,241
1,384
1,621
2,376
2,140
782

8,523
3,730
2,835
10,133
4,955
3,494
3,287
4,683
5,107
2,313

3,043
741
613
5,225
1,362
1,181
256
4,176
2,584
458

Maryland�������������������������������
Massachusetts�����������������������
Michigan �������������������������������
Minnesota �����������������������������
Mississippi�����������������������������
Missouri���������������������������������
Montana���������������������������������
Nebraska�������������������������������
Nevada ���������������������������������
New Hampshire���������������������

237,341
208,239
570,531
154,531
182,195
136,409
38,021
35,972
70,665
33,713

1,498
2,300
2,779
1,849
846
1,303
823
825
936
776

223,797
201,365
539,669
140,417
178,994
130,827
35,756
33,655
64,629
31,753

93,009
92,665
200,777
67,995
58,897
39,206
14,001
20,681
43,546
19,902

42,366
86,260
282,420
57,565
91,509
80,784
9,519
8,687
18,871
9,544

88,422
22,440
56,472
14,857
28,588
10,837
12,236
4,287
2,212
2,307

40
68
250
329
62
190
139
61
375
52

8,886
1,478
21,828
9,196
597
906
439
466
3,381
371

3,120
3,028
6,005
2,740
1,696
3,183
864
965
1,344
761

5,703
8,721
7,783
4,541
3,722
5,326
3,452
2,476
2,667
1,951

29,350
25,544
10,009
22,346
518
1,515
1,434
860
741
615

New Jersey���������������������������
New Mexico���������������������������
New York�������������������������������
North Carolina�����������������������
North Dakota�������������������������
Ohio���������������������������������������
Oklahoma �����������������������������
Oregon�����������������������������������
Pennsylvania�������������������������
Rhode Island�������������������������

226,903
64,026
579,640
263,898
27,498
419,852
75,315
167,180
371,079
40,592

2,894
901
4,590
2,159
606
2,519
1,139
1,378
2,989
958

215,588
59,504
557,405
244,854
25,959
408,796
70,903
152,400
360,002
38,638

127,745
23,855
271,394
114,273
14,410
140,620
34,483
63,460
190,635
18,508

70,208
20,565
234,353
93,957
7,931
227,989
25,402
67,121
124,249
14,949

17,635
15,084
51,658
36,624
3,618
40,187
11,018
21,819
45,118
5,181

2
139
226
120
83
189
104
124
695
3

5,035
2,194
9,375
11,834
263
1,425
1,145
10,946
1,687
474

3,384
1,288
8,044
4,931
587
6,923
2,024
2,332
5,706
519

7,055
3,077
18,208
8,851
2,096
9,112
4,952
3,190
10,238
2,315

887
755
15,882
3,591
215
13,210
895
1,699
29,248
1,777

South Carolina�����������������������
South Dakota�������������������������
Tennessee�����������������������������
Texas�������������������������������������
Utah���������������������������������������
Vermont���������������������������������
Virginia�����������������������������������
Washington���������������������������
West Virginia�������������������������
Wisconsin �����������������������������
Wyoming�������������������������������

153,136
28,366
164,945
591,107
66,116
26,148
256,805
244,063
51,083
190,852
24,213

1,183
616
1,464
3,904
1,687
687
1,893
1,838
893
1,745
772

144,447
26,711
152,266
571,022
60,612
23,123
243,242
224,603
47,400
181,859
21,323

53,176
11,393
61,783
211,066
35,886
10,694
67,872
117,135
22,538
91,002
13,554

80,919
10,642
81,289
287,553
15,653
8,738
41,629
77,835
19,611
57,769
6,205

10,352
4,676
9,194
72,403
9,073
3,691
133,741
29,633
5,251
33,088
1,564

75
24
140
440
174
57
274
187
1,191
210
177

4,357
435
7,664
2,582
2,648
1,781
7,211
13,579
731
3,393
1,434

3,074
580
3,411
13,159
995
500
4,185
3,856
868
3,645
507

3,713
2,204
7,496
17,745
4,327
2,072
6,212
7,502
2,094
6,135
2,464

4,095
727
5,580
19,246
321
1,499
2,515
1,769
607
1,847
150

American Samoa�������������������
Fed. States of Micronesia �����
Guam�������������������������������������
Marshall Islands���������������������
Northern Marianas ���������������
Palau�������������������������������������
Puerto Rico���������������������������
Virgin Islands�������������������������

1,883

6,049

1,745
426
190,992
9,641



92



779
406

1,883

5,714

1,723
426
185,218
8,352



477



27,898
3,312

788

4,173

1,378
426
154,931
3,820

1,095

1,064

345

2,389
1,220










243

22

4,526
822







469
61

338
42
1,008
42
372
42
2,612
460







453

Undistributed�������������������������

9

9

2,740

3,928,679 1,353,831

See footnotes at end of table.

16

Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009
U.S. Census Bureau

Table 1.

Federal Government Grants and Other Payments to State and Local Governments by Agency and
for Selected Programs by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2009—Con.
(In thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text)
Department of Transportation
Federal Highway Administration
State and outlying area

State Justice
Institute

Tennessee
Valley
Authority—
payments in
lieu of taxes

41,647

2,618

848
164
595
228
5,895
338
516
58
120
1,832

2
20
169
33
88
37


302
91

Georgia���������������������������������
Hawaii�����������������������������������
Idaho�������������������������������������
Illinois�������������������������������������
Indiana�����������������������������������
Iowa���������������������������������������
Kansas�����������������������������������
Kentucky �������������������������������
Louisiana�������������������������������
Maine�������������������������������������

1,140
107
332
1,802
154
751
204
1,085
579
588

Maryland�������������������������������
Massachusetts�����������������������
Michigan �������������������������������
Minnesota �����������������������������
Mississippi�����������������������������
Missouri���������������������������������
Montana���������������������������������
Nebraska�������������������������������
Nevada ���������������������������������
New Hampshire���������������������

Social Security
Administration
supplemental
security income
    United States, total�����
Alabama �������������������������������
Alaska�����������������������������������
Arizona ���������������������������������
Arkansas�������������������������������
California�������������������������������
Colorado �������������������������������
Connecticut���������������������������
Delaware�������������������������������
District of Columbia���������������
Florida�����������������������������������

Total

Federal
Aviation
Administration

Total

505,153

57,048,476

3,808,316

39,788,002

120,051








933,206
720,330
947,176
564,391
4,472,463
809,088
692,530
234,717
2,125,772
2,038,429

85,342
250,669
78,564
40,482
249,265
124,086
34,926
14,655
18,475
203,398

774,053
385,708
640,000
490,811
2,709,338
511,410
494,515
190,057
135,522
1,547,701

1,878
20

17,653
15,923
869
933


1,555

724,520
335,092
605,181
419,297
2,493,579
470,233
487,251
181,264
132,957
1,518,108

47,655
50,596
34,819
53,861
199,836
40,308
6,331
8,793
2,565
28,038

56

8
2
8
10
4

30

7,850


461



46,398

1,609,751
354,690
311,461
2,496,144
1,192,507
661,396
468,940
685,062
1,107,863
261,157

109,050
78,842
25,643
122,428
61,523
29,845
42,159
45,976
64,601
20,490

1,297,507
219,301
270,747
1,622,327
1,012,290
575,160
399,659
571,743
939,855
218,127

2,902
1,318
3
323
729
909
3,948
543
1
1,135

1,264,642
214,169
258,357
1,370,343
941,778
453,205
382,591
504,526
618,865
148,018

29,963
3,814
12,387
251,661
69,783
121,046
13,120
66,674
320,989
68,974

1,299
670
1,702
1,199
586
518
168
306
92
219

212
1
43
129
2
18
38
2
45
3





31,676




802,438
1,247,076
1,453,084
999,214
633,697
1,342,665
501,982
383,476
539,186
252,121

25,467
74,857
92,643
60,942
42,288
77,210
42,876
45,465
60,226
21,266

543,489
887,987
1,187,324
742,780
565,297
1,072,314
435,674
316,480
380,591
212,087

–380
601
5,989
37,621
–85
310
16,080

1,944
–34

497,086
866,475
1,099,621
563,484
430,266
980,992
387,037
275,018
373,975
178,137

46,783
20,911
81,714
141,675
135,116
91,012
32,557
41,462
4,672
33,984

New Jersey���������������������������
New Mexico���������������������������
New York�������������������������������
North Carolina�����������������������
North Dakota�������������������������
Ohio���������������������������������������
Oklahoma �����������������������������
Oregon�����������������������������������
Pennsylvania�������������������������
Rhode Island�������������������������

134
1,008
2,091
1,038
57
1,919
228
577
850
89


64
77


96

2
3




2,573





1,581,254
406,981
3,975,783
1,411,280
322,613
1,599,911
1,044,121
814,149
2,222,889
268,003

78,925
25,180
108,487
102,752
21,284
103,691
48,323
60,781
109,326
7,215

805,817
315,636
1,835,153
1,194,380
283,703
1,238,446
946,949
494,439
1,572,932
214,541

722
44
5,047
1,082
31
2,146
878
99
2,441
55

790,719
277,329
1,779,467
1,116,899
245,183
1,180,600
798,441
416,034
1,477,969
188,847

14,376
38,263
50,639
76,399
38,489
55,700
147,630
78,306
92,522
25,639

South Carolina�����������������������
South Dakota�������������������������
Tennessee�����������������������������
Texas�������������������������������������
Utah���������������������������������������
Vermont���������������������������������
Virginia�����������������������������������
Washington���������������������������
West Virginia�������������������������
Wisconsin �����������������������������
Wyoming�������������������������������

380
227
341
4,026
480
269
1,172
1,283
511
850
22

4
3
10

2
80
521
34
12
3



295,198



946



567,910
342,840
937,749
3,601,297
694,205
220,408
1,151,034
1,240,011
582,805
1,040,450
331,244

41,120
31,169
93,729
281,030
38,139
7,932
78,822
129,467
27,425
59,195
24,715

483,558
288,482
748,096
2,660,996
370,339
183,261
873,292
749,141
525,650
894,108
294,715

524
100
794
1,133
313
155
–102
1,432
920
1,757
11,969

476,290
226,256
634,382
2,502,516
316,951
136,931
844,793
639,631
475,310
805,931
226,349

6,744
62,126
112,920
157,347
53,075
46,175
28,601
108,078
49,420
86,420
56,397

American Samoa�������������������
Fed. States of Micronesia �����
Guam�������������������������������������
Marshall Islands���������������������
Northern Marianas ���������������
Palau�������������������������������������
Puerto Rico���������������������������
Virgin Islands�������������������������














2








18,066

65,316
57,153
9,837

224,450
14,289

8,992

37,087

8,415

20,001
3,586

8,375

26,462
57,153


141,135
8,711








8,375

26,451



126,742
8,657



11
57,153


14,393
54

Undistributed�������������������������

352

1,460,416

7,869

1,222,678

–4,902

703,637

523,943

Demonstration
projects

Highway
Trust Fund

Other

139,326 35,606,757

4,041,919

See footnotes at end of table.

Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009
U.S. Census Bureau

17

Table 1.

Federal Government Grants and Other Payments to State and Local Governments by Agency and
for Selected Programs by State and Outlying Area: Fiscal Year 2009—Con.
(In thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text)
Department of Transportation—Con.
State and outlying area

Department of the Treasury

Pipeline and
Hazardous
National
Materials
Highway
Federal
Safety
Railroad Federal Transit Traffic Safety
Administration Administration Administration Administration

Department
of the Treasury
Asset
Forfeiture
Fund
Total

Other

Payments
to District of
Department Columbia and
of Veterans Metro System
(WMATA)
Affairs

    United States, total�����

1,590,761

11,297,997

524,499

38,901

575,479

89,756

485,723

824,892

744,500

Alabama �������������������������������
Alaska�����������������������������������
Arizona ���������������������������������
Arkansas�������������������������������
California�������������������������������
Colorado �������������������������������
Connecticut���������������������������
Delaware�������������������������������
District of Columbia���������������
Florida�����������������������������������

100
4,563


624

117

1,568,800
307

66,619
77,056
217,593
26,647
1,458,830
166,545
155,992
26,377
397,891
230,991

6,282
2,274
9,603
5,930
51,121
6,461
6,450
3,504
3,584
55,424

810
60
1,416
521
3,285
586
530
124
1,500
608

301
209
1,132
65
3,921
498
28
206
62
5,219

295
180
1,004
61
3,440
496
23
206
62
5,148

6
29
128
4
481
2
5


71

12,362
510
6,822
3,737
51,066
13,896
10,712
4,699
1,682
27,245









744,468

Georgia���������������������������������
Hawaii�����������������������������������
Idaho�������������������������������������
Illinois�������������������������������������
Indiana�����������������������������������
Iowa���������������������������������������
Kansas�����������������������������������
Kentucky �������������������������������
Louisiana�������������������������������
Maine�������������������������������������




415



1,163
304
271

189,207
53,932
12,293
731,680
104,539
48,571
21,748
59,236
94,119
17,904

13,091
2,491
2,616
17,969
13,305
7,174
4,637
6,639
7,950
3,918

896
124
162
1,325
850
646
737
305
1,034
447

4,032
438
489
5,956
1,241
4
24
697
662
511

3,984
22
440
5,112
1,240
4
21
697
657
511

48
416
49
844
1

3

5

14,913
1,448
6,400
22,340
7,041
46,961
5,253
33,711
17,884
11,876










Maryland�������������������������������
Massachusetts�����������������������
Michigan �������������������������������
Minnesota �����������������������������
Mississippi�����������������������������
Missouri���������������������������������
Montana���������������������������������
Nebraska�������������������������������
Nevada ���������������������������������
New Hampshire���������������������




2
287


670

222,747
273,977
154,387
188,911
19,911
183,551
18,655
16,416
92,639
16,169

9,102
9,579
17,938
5,354
5,433
9,138
4,660
4,064
5,197
2,257

1,633
676
792
1,225
481
452
117
381
533
342

1,406
936
4,959
74
43
274
80
22
338
1,827

1,406
832
4,926
71
25
224
67
17
338
1,822


104
33
3
18
50
13
5

5

10,106
30,491
25,161
26,999
24,414
39,220
4,225
12,864
5,884
11,521










New Jersey���������������������������
New Mexico���������������������������
New York�������������������������������
North Carolina�����������������������
North Dakota�������������������������
Ohio���������������������������������������
Oklahoma �����������������������������
Oregon�����������������������������������
Pennsylvania�������������������������
Rhode Island�������������������������



297




4,081
86

682,786
59,408
2,003,439
104,805
13,532
246,461
39,324
247,834
515,282
43,985

12,899
6,158
26,494
8,885
3,849
9,856
8,540
6,518
24,331
2,121

827
599
1,913
458
245
1,457
985
496
932
141

728
9
11,959
7,164
1
669
277
1,486
404
5

282
3
11,959
7,081

430
249
1,486
214

446
6

83
1
239
28

190
5

20,824
3,915
30,503
12,151
17,127
22,172
32,850
6,134
37,209
6,428










South Carolina�����������������������
South Dakota�������������������������
Tennessee�����������������������������
Texas�������������������������������������
Utah���������������������������������������
Vermont���������������������������������
Virginia�����������������������������������
Washington���������������������������
West Virginia�������������������������
Wisconsin �����������������������������
Wyoming�������������������������������





74
4,508
1,025
2,433
634

35,340
19,698
85,482
617,978
280,886
21,371
189,585
347,277
26,031
77,004
9,153

7,566
3,266
9,885
38,086
4,324
3,091
7,643
10,700
2,650
9,489
2,407

326
225
557
3,207
443
245
667
993
415
654
254

4,410
10
1,949
13,354
45
254
1,813
9,102
290
3,149
19

4,410

1,885
12,903

225
1,794
8,910
284
3,070
17


10
64
451
45
29
19
192
6
79
2

16,420
3,387
11,685
28,330
3,996
6,180
16,669
24,426
2,971
25,327
1,401











American Samoa�������������������
Fed. States of Micronesia �����
Guam�������������������������������������
Marshall Islands���������������������
Northern Marianas ���������������
Palau�������������������������������������
Puerto Rico���������������������������
Virgin Islands�������������������������








232



323

57,283
674

355

1,767

1,039

5,939
1,318

112



60

92

5





474,099
8,624







1,223

5





472,876
8,624







3,344








Undistributed�������������������������

227,691

2,178

32

¹ For Puerto Rico, amount shown is for the nutritional assistance grant program. All other amounts are grant payments for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) administration.
² The data were extracted from the FY 2009 quarterly data files submitted to the Federal Assistance Award Data System, since FY 2009 FAS data were not available at time of publication.
Note: Negative amounts (–) are refunds (from the recipients) of advances from a prior year, or represent reductions in the amount of funds originally obligated to the recipients for the particular
program or program category during the fiscal year. All amounts, unless otherwise footnoted, represent actual expenditures of the federal government during the indicated (FY 2009) fiscal year.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009.

18

Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009
U.S. Census Bureau

Appendix A.
Agency and Selected Program Coverage for
Columns in Table 1
Agency and program
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Agricultural Marketing Service
Federal-State Marketing Improvement Program
Value of Commodities
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
Extension Activities
Buildings and Facilities Program
Integrated Programs
Cooperative Extension Service
Research and Education Activities
Community Food Program
Initiative for Future Agriculture and Food Systems
Emergency Supplemental Homeland Security
Tribal Colleges Endowment Program
Grants for Agricultural Research, Special Research Grants
Cooperative Forestry Research
Payments to Agricultural Experiment Stations Under The Hatch Act
Payments to 1890 Land-Grant Colleges and Tuskegee University
Grants for Agricultural Research—Competitive Research Grants
Animal Health and Disease Research
Food and Agricultural Sciences National Needs Graduate Fellowship Grants
Small Business Innovation Research
Sustainable Agriculture Research And Education
1890 Institution Capacity Building Grants
Higher Education Challenge Grants
Biotechnology Risk Assessment Research
Higher Education Multicultural Scholars Program
Tribal Colleges Education Equity Grants
Hispanic Serving Institutions Education Grants
Secondary and Two-Year Postsecondary Agricultural Education Challenge Grants
1994 Institutions Research Program
Alaska Native Serving and Native Hawaiian Serving Institutions Education Grants
International Science and Education Grants
Biodiesel Fuel Education Program
Organic Agriculture Research and Extension Initiative
Resident Instruction Grants for Insular Area Activities
Specialty Crop Research Initiative
Biomass Research and Development Initiative Competitive Grants Program
Farm Service Agency
Agriculture Loan Mediation Grants
Outreach Grants for Socially Disadvantaged Farmers
Food Safety and Inspection Service
Meat, Poultry, and Egg Products Inspection
Field Automation Information Management (2000)
Cooperative Agreements With States for Intrastate Meat and Poultry Inspection
Food and Nutrition Services
Child Nutrition Programs
Child Nutrition
Commodity Assistance Programs
Commodity Assistance Program

Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009
U.S. Census Bureau

Outlay ($1,000)

1,863
1,276,826

84
39,214
454,238
3,135
-9
8,440
2,132
127,108
27,301
197,819
37,209
164,770
3,377
4,138
16,739
5,983
8,691
4,561
3,165
875
2,922
5,302
807
958
3,603
951
636
2,769
521
3,727
661
4,371
5,958
1,982
72
49,266

14,931,782
251,995

A-1

Agency and program
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Con.
Food and Nutrition Services—Con.
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
Special Supplemental Food Program (WIC)
Woman, Infants and Children (WIC)
Forest Service
Payments to States and Counties
Payment to States Spotted Owl Guarantee
National Forest Fund Payment to States
10 Percent Road and Trail
National Forest Fund Payments to Minnesota
National Forest Grassland and Land Utilization Project With the Counties
Recreation Fee Demonstration Program
Southern Nevada Public Lands
Rural Community and Emergency Fire Fighting Program
Emergency Fire Fighting
Wildlife Fire Management
State and Private Forestry
State and Private Forestry
Cooperative Forestry
Forest Legacy Program
National Forest Service
National Forest System
Other
Forest Land Enhancement
Highway Administration
Restoration of Improvements
Capital Improvement and Maintenance, Forest Service
Capital Improvement and Maintenance, Recovery Act
Natural Resources Conservation Service
Watershed Protection and Flood Prevention Operations
Watershed Rehabilitation Program, Recovery Act
Emergency Watershed Protection Program, Recovery Act
Rural Development Activities
Community Facilities Grants
Community Facilities Loans and Grants
Rural Regional and Cooperative Development Programs
Delta Regional Authority-Allocated
Rural Business Enterprise Grants (RBEG)
Rural Cooperative Development Grants (RCDG)
Rural Business Opportunity Grants (RBOG)
Rural Economic Development Loan and Grants
Housing Preservation Grants
Rural Self-Help Housing Technical Assistance
Rural Housing Preservation Grants
Housing Application Packaging Grants
Water Systems and Waste Disposal Systems Grants
Water and Waste Disposal Systems for Rural Communities
Water Systems and Waste Disposal Grants Technical Assistance and Training
Solid Waste Management Grants
Emergency Community Water Assistance Grants
Water and Waste Disposal Loans and Grants (Section 306C)
Other
Appalachian Regional Commission Program Executive
Rural Rental Assistance Payments
Empowerment Zones Programs
Biomass Research and Development Grants
Renewable Energy Systems Grants
A-2

Outlay ($1,000)

5,355,740
6,444,702

478,055
1,654
34
2,102
15,717
126
8,619
11,454
49,074
23,873
47
980
925
177
4,036
89
1,401
5,000
27,599
10,894
135,405

30,069
325
40,186
5,764
4,978
4,598
551
5,096
409
374,904
67
188
6,224
12,553
14,675
25,333
14,343
254
420
Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009
U.S. Census Bureau

Agency and program
APPALACHIAN REGIONAL COMMISSION
Appalachian Area Development
Appalachian Local Development District Assistance
Appalachian State Research, Technical Assistance and Demonstration Projects
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
Economic Development Administration
Economic Development Assistance Program
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Geodetic Surveys and Services
Anadromous Fish Conservation Act
Interjurisdictional Fisheries Act of 1986
Sea Grant Support
Coastal Zone Management Administration Awards
Coastal Zone Management Estuarine Research Reserves
Financial Assistance for National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science
Marine Sanctuary Program
Cooperative Fishery Statistics
Southeast Area Monitoring and Assessment Program
Columbia River Fisheries Development Program
Pacific Fisheries Data Program
Pacific Coast Salmon Recovery-Pacific Salmon Treaty Program
Marine Mammal Data Program
Automated Flood Warning Systems
Unallied Industry Projects
Unallied Management Projects
Chesapeake Bay Studies
Habitat Conservation
Applied Meteorological Research
Congressionally Identified Awards and Projects
Unallied Science Program
Coastal Services Center
Atlantic Coastal Fisheries Cooperative Management Act
Fisheries Disaster Relief
Center for Sponsored Coastal Ocean Research-Coastal Ocean Program
National Telecommunications and Information Administration
Public Broadcasting Facilities Planning and Construction
Information Infrastructure Grants—Technology Opportunities Program
Digital Television Transition and Public Safety Fund/Special Projects
Low-Power Television and Translator Digital-to-Analog Conversion
CORPORATION FOR NATIONAL AND COMMUNITY SERVICE
National Civilian Community Corps
State Commission
Learn and Serve Community Based State Commission Award
Learn and Serve Higher Education
AmeriCorps State Commission Cooperative Agreement
Special Programs Award for Innovative and Demonstration Programs
Americorps Cost Reimbursement
The Foster Grandparent Program
Volunteers in Service to America
Senior Companion Program
CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING
Tv Community Service Grant
Tv Production Programs
Radio Community Service Grants
Radio Production Programs
Other Programs
Ready to Learn

Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009
U.S. Census Bureau

Outlay ($1,000)
21,811
6,741
1,388

268,840
1,252
1,340
2,042
1,963
81,115
13,453
165
136
980
2,223
10,420
3,043
58,721
1,139
378
4,174
3,135
17
34,517
121
115
4,006
40
4,420
25
46
18,487
1,471
5,808
543
1,365
9,953
17,724
620
149,092
1,518
285
9,828
3,175
3,878
94,058
654
30,528
12,326
14,370
2,892

A-3

Agency and program

Outlay ($1,000)

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers—Civilian Construction Program
Payments to States, Flood Control Act of 1954
U.S. Army National Guard—Construction
Military Construction—Army, National Guard
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Office of English Language Acquisition
Bilingual Education—Professional Development
Foreign Language Assistance
English Language Acquisition Grants
Office of Educational Research and Improvement
Star School
Javits Gifted and Talented Students Education Grant Program
Fund for the Improvement of Education
Ready to Teach
National Institute on Student Achievement, Curriculum and Assessment
Ready to Learn Television
Cooperative Education Exchange Program
Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services
Rehabilitation Services and Disability Research Programs
Rehabilitation Services—Vocational Rehabilitation Grants to States
Rehabilitation Services—Services Projects
Rehabilitation—Long Term Training
Centers for Independent Living
National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research
Rehabilitation Services—Client Assistance Program (CAP)
Independent Living State Grants
Rehabilitation Services—Independent Living Services for Older Individuals who are Blind
Supported Employment Services for Individuals With Severe Disabilities
Rehabilitation Services Demonstration and Training Special Demonstration Projects
Program of Protection and Advocacy of Individual Rights
Rehabilitation—Short Term Training
Rehabilitation Services—American Indians With Disabilities
Rehabilitation Training Experimental and Innovative Training
Rehabilitation—Continuing Education
Rehabilitation Training—State Vocational Rehabilitation Unit In-Service Training
Rehabilitation Training—General Training
Assistive Technology—State Grant for Protection and Advocacy
Rehabilitation Services-Vocational Rehabilitation Grants to States, Recovery Act
Independent Living State Grants, Recovery Act
Independent Living Services for Older Individuals Who are Blind, Recovery Act
Office of Special Education programs
Special Education Grants to States
Training Interpreters for Deaf Individuals
Special Education Preschool Grants
Special Education—Grants for Infants and Families With Disabilities
Native Hawaiian Special Education
Assistive Technology
Projects With Industry
Capacity Building for Traditionally Underserved Populations
Special Education—State Program Improvement Grants for Children With Disabilities
Special Education—Research and Innovation to Improve Services and Results for Children
  With Disabilities
Special Education—Personnel Preparation to Improve Services and Results for
Children With Disabilities
Special Education Technical Assistance and Dissemination to Improve Services and
Results for Children With Disabilities
Special Education-Technical and Media Services for Individuals With Disabilities
Special Education—Parent Information Centers
Special Education Technical Assistance on State Data Collection
Special Education Grants to States, Recovery Act
A-4

10,244
663,792

24,466
18,190
622,828
4,043
4,482
361,545
10,281
47,257
14,607
237

1,502,222
1,311
13,983
13,116
37,107
5,649
13,335
18,398
18,686
5,674
9,133
217
2,657
100
5,183
2,625
415
2,196
13,912
385
245
9,370,403
524
326,683
208,648
157
19,519
3,071
1,230
35,763
36,654
61,887
29,557
5,837
7,123
6,739
714,649

Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009
U.S. Census Bureau

Agency and program
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION—Con.
Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services—Con.
Office of Special Education programs—Con.
Special Education—Preschool Grants, Recovery Act
Special Education—Grants for Infants and Families, Recovery Act
Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Vocational Technical Education Programs
Vocational Education—Basic Grants to States
Vocational Education—National Programs
Vocational Education—Indians Set Aside
Tech—Preparation Education
Grants to States for Incarcerated Youth offenders
Adult Education and Literacy Programs
Adult Education State Grant Program
Adult Education-National Leadership Activities
Literacy Programs for Prisoners
National Institute for Literacy
Tech-Prep Demonstration Grants
Office of Elementary and Secondary Education
Programs for the Disadvantaged-Migrants
Migrant Education Basic State Grant Program
Migrant Education High School Equivalency Program
Migrant Education Coordination Program
Migrant Education College Assistance Migrant Program
Even Start-State Migrant Education
Programs for the Disadvantaged-Others
Education for Homeless Children and Youth
Even Start-State Educational Agencies
Comprehensive School Reform Demo (CSRD)
Reading First State Grants
Early Reading First
Homeless Education Disaster Assistance Program
Education Technology State Grants, Recovery Act
Education for Homeless Children and Youth, Recovery Act
Impact Aid
Impact Aid Facilities Maintenance
Impact Aid
Impact Act—School Construction Formula Grants, Recovery Act
Program for American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians
Indian Education Grants to Local Educational Agencies
Even Start-Indian Tribes and Tribal Organizations
Indian Education Special Program
Alaska Native Education Program
Native Hawaiian Education
No Child Left Behind Act
National Program for Drug-Free Schools and Communities
Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities State Grants
Twenty-First Century Community Learning Centers
Technology Literacy Challenge Fund Grants
Rural Education Achievement Program
Improving Teacher Quality State Grants
Grants for State Assessments and Related Activities
Grants for Enhanced Assessment Instruments
Teacher Incentive Fund
Title 1 Programs
Title I Grants to Local Education Agencies
Title I Program for Neglected and Delinquent Children
Striving Readers
School Improvement Grants
Title 1 Grants to Local Educational Agencies, Recovery Act
Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009
U.S. Census Bureau

Outlay ($1,000)

17,814
22,747

969,973
309
1,580
86,386
17,073
466,327
471
654
963
1,324

329,788
11,956
3,119
11,337
1,968
59,226
62,328
1,061
632,426
75,812
860
374
5,337
9,542
1,140,112
33,844
81,543
30
9,654
22,495
14,320
217,758
265,436
903,003
236,550
132,538
2,589,770
374,521
8,459
66,460
11,507,720
40,164
27,591
139,861
736,947
A-5

Agency and program

Outlay ($1,000)

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION—Con.
Office of Elementary and Secondary Education—Con.
Other
Civil Rights Training and Advisor Services
Women’s Educational Equity Act Program
Magnet Schools Assistance
Freely Associated States Education Grant Program
Charter Schools
Comprehensive Regional Assistance Centers
Innovative Education Program Strategies
Goals 2000—Parental Assistance
Advanced Placement Incentive Program
National Assessment of Educational Progress
Insular Area Consolidated Grants
Early Childhood Educator Professional Development
Transition to Teaching
Dropout Prevention Programs
Voluntary Public School Choice
School Leadership
Literacy Through School Libraries
National Board for Professional Teaching Standards
Olympic Scholarships
Arts in Education
Mathematics and Science Partnerships
Statewide Data Systems
State Fiscal Stabilization Fund—Education State Grants, Recovery Act
State Fiscal Stabilization Fund—Government Services, Recovery Act
Hurricane Education Recovery
Troops to Teachers
Office of Postsecondary Education
Higher Education Programs-International
National Resource Centers and Fellowship Programs for Language and Area or Language
  and International Studies
Undergraduate International Studies and Foreign Language Program
International Research and Studies
International Overseas Faculty Research Abroad
International Overseas Group Project Abroad
International Overseas Doctoral Dissertation
Business and International Education Projects
Centers for International Business Education
Higher Education Programs-Other
Higher Education Institutional Aid
Trio-Student Support Services
Trio-Talent Search
Trio-Upward Bound
Higher Education Trio Staff Training Program
Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE)
Minority Science and Engineering Improvement
Construction, Reconstruction, Renovation of Academic Facilities
Byrd Honors Scholarship
Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need
McNair Post Baccalaureate Achievement
Language Resource Centers
Demonstration Project to Ensure Students With Disabilities Receive a Higher Education
Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs
Child Care Access Means Parents in School
Teacher Quality Enhancement Grants
Technological Innovation and Cooperation for Foreign Information Access
Trio-Educational Opportunity Centers
Jacob K Javits Fellowships
College Access Challenge Grant Program
A-6

1,255
718
99,645
3,360
168,437
2,165
44,088
12,829
38,436
3
47,865
2,111
28,558
2,202
17,812
10,757
16,702
11,203
1,117
13,186
180,155
28,484
6,004,245
1,006,503
8,548
686

32,615
2,415
3,419
876
2,021
2,468
2,761
6,271
326,786
161,446
70,877
199,318
2,349
45,189
4,597
665
34,463
15,037
28,971
2,806
4,594
254,743
10,449
35,999
1,006
27,747
3,827
22,711

Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009
U.S. Census Bureau

Agency and program
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION—Con.
Office of Postsecondary Education—Con.
Higher Education Programs-Other—Con.
Teachers Education Assistance for College and Higher Education
Bacc Degrees in Science, Tech, Eng, Math, & Critical Frgn Language & Master’s Degrees in All
Strengthening Minority-Serving Institutions
Office of Student Financial Assistance
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants
Federal Work Study Program
Loan Cancellations
Leveraging Education Assistance Partnership (LEAP formerly SSIG)
Academic Competitiveness Grants
National Science and Mathematics Access to Retain Talent Grants
ELECTION ASSISTANCE COMMISSION
Help America Vote Requirements Payments
Mock Election Program
Data Collection Grant
DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
National Nuclear Security Administration
Weapons Activities
Naval Reactors
Office of the Administrator
Nuclear Waste Disposal
Defense Nuclear Waste Disposal
Environmental and Other Defense Activities
Other Defense Activities
Nondefense Environmental Management
Electricity Deliver and Energy Reliability
Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
Energy Conservation Programs
Nuclear Energy
Energy Research and Development Programs
Fossil Energy Research and Development
General Science and Research
Energy Supply Research and Development
Naval Petroleum and Oil Shale Research
Legacy Management
Other
Departmental Administration
Payments in Lieu of Taxes
Uranium Facilities Maintenance
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
Hazardous Substance Response (Superfund and L.U.S.T)
Superfund
Leaking Underground Storage Tanks
Other
State and Tribal Assistance Grants
Environmental Programs and Management
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION
Fiscal Year 2005 Funds
Fiscal Year 2006 Funds
Fiscal Year 2007 Funds
Fiscal Year 2008 Funds
Fiscal Year 2009 Funds

Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009
U.S. Census Bureau

Outlay ($1,000)

21,844
507
3,957
309,092
416,708
33,839
35,486
211,200
135,565
79,407
54
4,454

135,789
1,356
15,083
27,188
19,880
42,111
7,615
586,424
10,781
74,573
4,977
75,874
5
313
20
42,177
62

125,151
78,734
3,153,668
327,754
154
52
691
16,172
14,214

A-7

Agency and program
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
Administration for Children and Families
Child Care and Development
Child Care and Development Block Grant
Child Care Mandatory and Matching Funds-Child Care and Development Fund
Child Care and Development Block Grant, Recovery Act
Child Support Enforcement
Family Support Payments to States-Assistance Payments
Children and Families Services (Headstart)
Children and Family Services Programs
Children’s Research and Technical Assistance
Children and Family Services Programs, Recovery Act
Safe and Stable Families
Family Preservation and Support Services
Foster Care and Adoption Assistance
Foster Care and Adoption Assistance
Foster Care and Adoption Assistance, Recovery Act
Low-Income Home Energy Assistance
Low-Income Home Energy Assistance
Refugee and Entrant Assistance
Refugee and Entrant Assistance
Social Services Block Grant
Social Services Block Grant
Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF)
Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF)
Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF), Recovery Act
Other
General Department Management
Public Health and Social Services Emergency Fund
Contingency Fund for State Welfare Program
Disabled Voter Services
Administration on Aging
Administration on Aging
Administration on Aging, Recovery Act
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Health Care Policy and Research
Research On Healthcare Costs, Quality And Outcomes
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Disease Control, Research and Training
Vaccines for Children
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
Federal Medical Assistance Percentage, Recovery Act
Medical Assistance Program (Medicaid)
Administration—Medical Assistance Program
State Certification of Health Care Providers and Suppliers
Children’s Health Insurance Program (Title XXI)
Ticket to Work
Ambulatory Surgical Center—Healthcare Association Infection, Recovery Act
Medicaid Transformation Grants
Health Resources and Services Administration
Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)
Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), Recovery Act
Indian Health Service
Indian Health Service
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)

A-8

Outlay ($1,000)

2,122,516
2,929,009
209,013
3,304,458
8,616,829
2,169
103,068
451,902
6,592,237
257,890
4,532,576
634,265
1,853,768
17,793,926
250,657
117,464
486,056
821,637
-34
1,409,285
16,627
87,959
43,133
1,373,363
41,786
31,586,416
206,702,710
10,008,016
181,156
7,544,925
62,318
31
38,169
6,154,102
150,688
5,230,507
3,054,665

Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009
U.S. Census Bureau

Agency and program
DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY
Coast Guard
Recreational Boating Safety
Domestic Preparedness and Antiterrorism Programs
State and Local Homeland Security Training Program
State and Local Domestic Exercise Support
Homeland Security Preparedness Technical Assist Program
Urban Areas Security Initiative
Port Security Grant Program
Homeland Security Grant Program
Competitive Training Grant Program
Customs and Border Protection—Payments to Puerto Rico
Federal Emergency Management Agency
Disaster Relief
Disaster Relief (no year)
Disaster Assistance Direct Loan Financing Account
Flood Mitigation Assistance
Emergency Management Planning And Assistance
Emergency Management Performance Grants
Pre-Disaster Mitigation
Chemical Stockpile Emergency Preparedness Program
Community Assistance Program State Support Services Element
National Urban Search and Rescue Response System
Other
Super Fund
Flood insurance
Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program
Flood Map Modernization Fund
Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program, Recovery Act
DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT
Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity
Fair housing
Native Hawaiian Housing Loan Guarantee Fund Financing Account
Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity Personnel Compensation and Benefits
Community Planning and Development
Community Development Block Grant
Community Development Programs
Community Development Guaranteed Loans
Community Development Loan Guarantee Program
Community Development Loan Guarantees Financing
Loan Guarantee Recovery Fund Financing Account
Community Planning and Development Personnel Compensation and Benefits
Community Development Fund, Recovery Act
Empowerment Zones and Other Economic Development
Youthbuild
Brownfield Development
Empowerment Zones and Enterprise Community
Rural Housing and Economic Development
Emergency Shelter and Homeless Assistance
Homeless Assistance Grants
Homelessness Prevention Fund, Recovery Act
Housing Programs
College Housing
College Housing Grants
Research and Technology
Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS
Housing Opportunity for Persons With AIDS

Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009
U.S. Census Bureau

Outlay ($1,000)

124,227
265,640
45,714
710,890
1,529,411
179,160
8,744,351
86,434
84,000

5,577,047
89,171
20,900
31,930
86,845
18,343
6,312
1,031
4
17,347
200,000
52,130
83,999

45,855
-186
65,289

6,399,335
7,510
115,063
-5,206
1,251
91,753
7,319
-1
22,101
16,375
14,558
1,482,616
579

3,724
49,408
317,122

A-9

Agency and program

Outlay ($1,000)

DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT—Con.
Housing Programs—Con.
Native American Block Grant
Native American Housing Block Grant
Indian Housing Loan Guarantee Fund Program Account
Indian Housing Loan Guarantee Fund Financing Account
Title VI Indian Federal Guarantees Financing Account
Native Hawaiian Housing Block Grant, Public and Indian Housing
Native Hawaiian Housing Loan Guarantee Fund Program Account and Indian Housing
Public and Indian Housing Personnel Compensation and Benefits
Native American Housing Block Grants, Recovery Act
Housing for Special Populations
Housing for Special Population
Public Housing Programs
Low Rent Housing Assistance
Payments—Operation of Low Rent Housing
Low Rent Public Housing
Rent Supplement
Rental Housing Assistance
Housing for Persons With Disabilities
Tenant Based Rental Assistance
Project Based Rental Assistance
Rental Housing Assistance Fund
Housing for the Elderly or Handicapped Fund Liquidating Account
Permanent Supportive Housing
Neighborhood Revitalization
Severely Distressed Public Housing
Neighborhood Stabilization Program
Drug Elimination
Drug Elimination Grants
Housing Certificate Program
Housing Certificate Fund Grants
Capital Programs
Revolving Fund Liquidating Account
Public Housing Capital Fund
Lead Hazard Reduction
Working Capital Fund
Interstate Land Sale
Office of Healthy Homes and Lead Hazard Control Personnel Compensation and Benefits
Office of Lead Hazard Control and Healthy Homes, Recovery Act
Public Housing Capital Fund, Recovery Act
Working Capital Fund, Recovery Act
Home Ownership Assistance
Nehemiah Housing Opportunity Fund
Homeownership and Opportunity for People Everywhere (HOPE)
Investment Partnership Program
Prevention of Resident Displacement Grants
Self Help and Assistance Homeownership Opportunity Program
Flexible Subsidy Fund
Manufacturing Housing Fees Trust
Office of the Govt National Mortgage Association Personnel Compensation and Benefits
Home Ownership Preservation Entity Fund Program Account
FHA Mutual Mortgage Insurance Program Account
Home Investment Partnership Program, Recovery Act
Manufacturing Housing Fees Trust, Recovery Act
Other
Appalachian Regional Development
Salaries and Expenses
Executive Direction
A-10

560,627
10,279
-4,199
-250
4,022
87
174,097
82,379
979,217

4,448,965
-58,574
46,926
508,335
336,553
15,980,938
7,481,993
707
-746,508
3,480
316,615
115,670
-93
1,571,739
23
3,010,641
164,883
268,238
-5
6,637
3,293
195,956
1,344
-337
3,526
1,913,330
1,183
31,513
-25,661
-2,390
8,047
3,973
42,642
1,781
5,400
6,864
14,995
17,921

Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009
U.S. Census Bureau

Agency and program
DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT—Con.
Public Housing Programs—Con.
Other—Con.
Housing Personnel Compensation and Benefits
Administration, Operations, and Management
Policy Development and Research Personnel Compensation and Benefits
Office of Inspector General, Recovery Act
Administration, Operations, and Management, Recovery Act
Personnel Compensation and Benefits, Recovery Act, Office of Public and Indian Housing
Personnel Compensation and Benefits, Recovery Act, Community Planning and Development
Personnel Compensation and Benefits, Recovery Act, Office of Lead Hazard Control and Healthy
Homes
FHA-General and Special Risk Insurance Fund, Liquidation Account
FHA-General and Special Risk Guaranteed Loan
Contract Wage Underpayments
Funds Received From Excess Community
FHA, General and Special Risk Program Account
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
Bureau of Indian Affairs
Aid to Tribal Governments
Consolidated Tribal Government Program
Tribal Self-Governance
Indian Self-Determination Contract Support
Services to Indian Children, Elderly and Families
Tribal Courts
Indian Loans-Economic Development
Repair of Indian Schools
Repair of Indian Detention Facilities
Safety of Dams on Indian Lands
Indian Adult Education
Tribal Courts
Tribally Controlled Community College Endowments
Indian Law Enforcement
Indian Community Fire Protection
Indian Economic Development
Agriculture on Indian Lands
Forestry on Indian Land
Indian Rights Protection
Water Resources on Indian Lands
Minerals and Mining on Indian Lands
Real Estate Programs Indian Lands
Environmental Management Indian Programs
Indian School Equalization Program
Indian Child and Family Education
Indian School Student Transportation
Assistance for Indian Children With Severe Disabilities
Administration Cost Grants for Indian Schools
Indian Education Facilities, Operations and Maintenance
Bureau of Indian Affairs Facilities, Operations and Maintenance
Unresolved Right Issues
Endangered Species on Indian Lands
Litigation Support for Indian Rights
Attorney Fees Indian Rights
Anilca Programs
Navajo-Hopi Indian Settlement Program
Indian Graduate Students Scholarships
Indian Vocational Training United Tribes Technical College
Indian Employment Assistance, Recovery Act
Indian Social Services Welfare Assistance
Indian Education Higher Education Grant Program
Indian Education Assistance to Schools
Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009
U.S. Census Bureau

Outlay ($1,000)

352,913
486,378
16,107
81
969
23
59
7
14,339
20,831
555
50
51,512

25,989
74,068
284,406
108,318
22,481
14,198
1,332
83,613
528
14,432
3,611
60,777
102
124,282
1,831
2,657
10,563
16,894
37,759
38,246
1,369
3,779
1,264
234,236
7,847
33,157
190
41,795
60,598
32,508
189
706
924
1,122
368
477
2,351
6,000
12,490
50,373
25,853
12,802
A-11

Agency and program

Outlay ($1,000)

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR—Con.
Bureau of Indian Affairs—Con.
Indian Housing, Recovery Act
Indian Child Welfare Act Title II Grants
Iron Worker Training Program
Tribal Courts Trust Reform Initiative
National Fire Plan-Wildlife Urban Interface Community Fire Assistance (BLM)
Bureau of Land Management
Payments in Lieu of Taxes
Payments in Lieu of Taxes
Shared Revenues
Distribution of Receipts to State and Local Governments (Public Land and Resources)
Bureau of Reclamation
Water and Related Resources
Water and Related Resources, Recovery Act
Fish and Wildlife Service
Wildlife Conservation and Restoration
Federal Aid for Wildlife Restoration
North American Wetlands Funds
State Wildlife Grants
Endangered Species
Wildlife Restoration—Section 4
Coastal Wetlands
Partnerships for Wildlife
Wildlife Restoration—Section 10
Multistate Conservation Projects
Landowner Incentive Program
Neotropical Migratory Bird Conservation
Fish and Wildlife Management Assistance
Tribal Land Incentive Program
Tribal Wildlife Grants
Sport Fish Restoration
Sport Fish Restoration
Sport Fish Restoration—Grants Program
Other
Clean Vessel Act Program
Boating Infrastructure Grant Program
National Outreach and Communication Program
Minerals Management Service
Mineral Leasing Act
Mineral Leasing Act
Other
Offshore Outer Continental Shelf State Payments
Forest Service Lease Disbursements
Corps of Engineer Disbursements
Late Payment Interest To States
Epa County
State Select Lands
Alaska State Selected Lands
Geothermal Revenues
National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska
South 1/2 Red River Act Of 1923
Gulf Of Mexico Energy Security Act
National Park Service
Historic Preservation
Historic Preservation Fund Grants-In-Aid
Civil War Battlefields
Save America’s Treasures
A-12

7,316
10,041
400
-18
78,058

381,648
111,942
137,701
6,906

627
44,119
61,655
81,098
276,031
22,262
3
7,736
3,699
13,379
1,722
854
2,134
4,332
361,583
546
11,306
12,661
2,243

1,812,766
54,652
8,790
38,917
43
12,679
333
524
24,854
16,279
3
25,240

49,920
20,497
9,192

Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009
U.S. Census Bureau

Agency and program
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR—Con.
National Park Service—Con.
Other
Outdoor Recreation—Acquisition, Development And Planning
Urban Park and Recreation Recovery Program
Office of Surface Mining, Reclamation, and Enforcement
Abandoned Mine Reclamation
Abandoned Mine Lands Reclamation
Other
Civil Penalties Reclamation
Regulation and Technology
Office of Insular Affairs
Compact of Free Association
Assistance to Territories
Trust Territories
Fiscal assistance
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
Federal Prison System
Corrections Training and Staff Development
Corrections Research and Evaluation and Policy Formulation
Corrections Technical Assistance/Clearinghouse
National Prison Rape Statistic Program
Office of Asset Forfeiture
Assets Forfeiture Fund
Office of Justice Programs
Corrections, Probation, and Parole
Violent Offenders Incarceration and Truth in Sentencing Incentive Grants
Offender Re-Entry
Correctional Grant Program for Indian Tribes
Crime Victims Programs
Crime Victim Assistance
Crime Victim Compensation
Crime Victim Assistance—Discretionary Grants
Children Justice Act—Discretionary Grant for Native American Tribes
Services for Trafficking Victims
State Crime Victim Assistance
Scams Targeting the Elderly
State Wide Automated Victim Information Notification Program
State Victim Assistance Formula Grant Program
State Victim Compensation Formula Grant Program
Education, Research, and Statistics Programs
State Justice Statistics Program for Statistical Analysis Centers
National Criminal History Improvement Program
National Institute of Justice Evaluation and Development Project Grants
Corrections and Law Enforcement Family Support
Regional Information Sharing Systems
State and Local Anti-Terrorism Training Program
National Evaluation of the Safe Schools-Healthy Students Initiative
State Identification Systems Grant Program
Criminal Justice Research and Development Graduate Research Fellowships
Special Data Collections and Statistical Studies
Juvenile Justice Programs
Juvenile Accountability Incentive Block Grant
Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention—Allocation To States
Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention—Special Emphasis
Missing Children Assistance
Gang Free Schools and Communities
Title V Delinquency Prevention Program
Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009
U.S. Census Bureau

Outlay ($1,000)

51,492
88

191,391
128
56,286
202,007
81,634
91
148,678

2,652
1,374
970
23,367
397,931

31,977
12,644
7,354
359,912
130,931
27,368
2,630
11,016
2,907
50
8,440
1,623
31,064
21,566
11,420
226
30
41,665
804
561
178
40,132
11,482
46,251
73,500
51,087
48,258
481
5,180
A-13

Agency and program

Outlay ($1,000)

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE—Con.
Office of Justice Programs—Con.
Juvenile justice programs—Con.
Challenge Grants Program
Juvenile Mentoring Program
Enforcing Underage Drinking Laws Program
Tribal Youth Program
National Institute for Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
Gang Resistance Education and Training (G.R.E.A.T.)
Anti-Gang Initiative
Criminal and Juvenile Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program
Law Enforcement Assistance Programs
Bulletproof Vests
Bulletproof Vest Partnership Program
Community Oriented Policing Program (Cops)
Community Oriented Policy (COPS)
Law Enforcement Block Grant
Local Law Enforcement Block Grants Program
Violence Against Women and Children
Victims of Child Abuse
Violence Against Women Discretionary Grants for Indian Tribal Governments
Violence Against Women Formula Grant
Rural Domestic Violence and Child Victimization Enforcement Grant Program
Closed-Circuit Televising of Child Victims of Abuse
Reduction and Prevention of Children’s Exposure to Violence
Technical Assistance and Training Initiative
Support for Adam Walsh Act Implementation Grant Program
Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Program
Weed and Seed
Weed and Seed Program
Capital Case Litigation
Other
Law Enforcement Assistance—Undefined
Police Corps
Sex Offender Management Discretionary Grant
Criminal Lab Improvement Program
Paul Coverdell Forensic Sciences Improvement Grant Program
Forensic Casework DNA Backlog Reduction Program
Substance Abuse Programs
Byrne Formula Grant Program
Ed Byrne Memorial State and Local Law Enforcement Assistance Discretionary Grants
Residential Substance Abuse Treatment for State Prisoners
Drug Prevention Program
Drug-Free Communities—Support Program Grants
Indian Country Alcohol and Drug Prevention
Edward Byrne Memorial Competitive Grant Program
Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program to States and Territories
Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant to Units of Local Government
Second Chance Act Prisoner Reentry Initiative
Other
Public Safety Officers Benefits Program
Drug Courts Discretionary Grant Program
State Criminal Alien Assistance Program
Tribal Court Assistance Program
Planning, Implementing, and Enhancing Strategies in Community Prosecution
National White Collar Crime Center
Public Safety Officers Educational Assistance
Antiterrorism Emergency Reserve
Congressionally Recommended Awards
A-14

740
45
22,105
10,064
1,133
19,752
23,986
3,978

20,290
1,125
8,587
118,291
-63
-134
-12
1,365
5,312
3,642
656
1,286
35,695
1,224
4,067
-82
4,997
720
15,912
112,410
13,451
36,344
13,441
257
793
5,158
5,621
922,872
196,076
25
85,805
220,779
391,359
7,661
17,820
967
769
3,431
148,707

Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009
U.S. Census Bureau

Agency and program
DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
Bureau of Labor Statistics
Labor Force Statistics
Compensation and Working Conditions
Employment and Training Administration
State Unemployment Insurance and Employment Service
State Unemployment Insurance and Employment Service
State Unemployment Insurance and Employment Service
Workforce Investment Act
Workforce Investment Act—Adult Program
Workforce Investment Act—Youth Activities
Incentives Grants—Workforce Investment Act Section 503
Workforce Investment Act Incentives Grant—Section 503 Grants to States
Work Opportunity Tax Credit Program and Welfare-to-Work Tax Credit
Workforce Investment Act Dislocated Worker Formula Grants
Other
Registered Apprenticeship and Training
Senior Community Service Employment Program
Trade Adjustment Assistance-Workers
Attestations By Employers Using Nonimmigrant Aliens in Specialty Occupations
Employment and Training Administration—Pilots, Demonstrations And Research
Employment and Training Administration—Evaluations
Migrant and Seasonal Farmworkers
Native American Employment and Training
H-1B Job Training Grants
Community Based Job Training Grants
Prisoner Reentry
Temp Labor Certification for Foreign Workers
Youthbuild
Mine Safety and Health Administration
Mine Health and Safety Grants
Brookwood-Sago Grant
Occupational Health and Safety Administration
Salary and Expenses for 2005
Salary and Expenses for 2006
Salary and Expenses for 2007
Salary and Expenses for 2008
Salary and Expenses for 2009
Occupational Safety and Health—Susan Harwood Training Grants
Occupational Safety and Health—State Program
Veterans Employment and Training Administration
Disabled Veterans Outreach Program
Local Veterans Employment Representative Program
NATIONAL FOUNDATION ON THE ARTS AND THE HUMANITIES
Promotion of the Arts
Promotion of the Arts
General Operating Support
Museum Assessment Program
Conservation Project Support
Conservation Assessment Program
State Library Program
Native American Library Service
National Leadership Grants
Librarians for the 21st Century
Promotion of the Arts-Grants to Organizations and Individuals, Recovery Act
Promotion of the Arts-Partnership Agreements, Recovery Act
21st Century Museum Professionals Program
Native American Native Hawaiian Museum Services Program
Museum Grants African American History and Culture
Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009
U.S. Census Bureau

Outlay ($1,000)

82,725
5,803

747,773
3,304,029
927,048
1,451,689
27,827
16,072
17,953
1,488,090
876
550,642
289,256
49,431
79,343
648
80,557
60,492
65,490
70,534
44,108
8,245
54,209
8,842
503
34
-7
-2
13,362
125,679
2,160
94,650
82,804
76,760
8,180
36,986
19,178
460
3,148
803
171,489
3,967
29,865
22,503
15
6,029
1,779
1,027
1,311
A-15

Agency and program
NEIGHBORHOOD REINVESTMENT CORPORATION
Expandable Grant
Capital Grants
Training Grants
SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
Supplemental Security Income
STATE JUSTICE INSTITUTE
State Justice Institute
TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY
In Lieu of Tax Payments
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
Federal Aviation Administration
Airport and Airway Trust Fund
Federal Highway Administration
Demonstration Projects
Baltimore-Washington Parkway
Highway Demonstration Project—Highway Trust Fund
Pennsylvania Reconstruction Demonstration Project
Alabama Highway Bypass Demonstration Project
Highway Demonstration Project-Preliminary Engineering
Pennsylvania Reconstruction Demonstration Project
Highway Demonstration Project
Congestion Mitigation
Surface Transportation Projects
Interstate Transfer Grants
Highway Widening and Improvement Demonstration Project
Railroad Highway Crossing Demonstration Project
Surface Transportation Projects
Miscellaneous Highway Projects Demonstrations
Surface Transportation Project
I-35W Bridge Repair and Reconstruction
Miscellaneous Highway Projects, Demos-FMCSA
Surface Transportation Priorities
Miscellaneous Highway Projects-MARAD
Alabama and West Virginia Highway Projects
Highway Trust Fund
Federal Aid Highways
Other
Transfer-National Park Service
Metropolitan Planning
Appalachian Development Highway System
Highway Safety Research and Development
Appalachian Development Highway System
Woodrow Wilson Bridge
USDA—Forest Service
Indian Reservation Road
Fed-Aid Hwy-DOI Bureau of Land Management
Fed-Aid Hwy-DOI U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Fed-Aid Hwy-Department of Navy (Naval Facilities)
Fed-Aid Hwy-FHWA: Department of Army
Fed-Aid Hwy-FHWA: Appalachian Regional Commission
Fed-Aid Hwy-FHWA: TN Valley Authority
Fed-Aid Hwy-FHWA: NHTSA
Fed-Aid Hwy-FHWA: FRA
Fed-Aid Hwy-FHWA: Department of Treasury: IRS
Fed-Aid Hwy-FHWA: PHMSA
Fed-Aid Hwy-FHWA: Maritime Administration
Fed-Aid Hwy-FHWA: Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
Fed-Aid Hwy-FHWA: Research and Innovation Technology Administration
Dept of Housing and Urban Development
A-16

Outlay ($1,000)
235,889
36,234
5,369
41,647
2,618
505,153

3,808,316

99
1,947
317
8
137
8
282
54
1,939
69
75
2,870
16,800
64,848
4,493
36,496
942
6,814
993
135
35,606,757
57,153
100
75,336
5
1,444
9,199
21,487
364,263
1,265
15,117
317
6,182
1,201
150
237,425
11,338
30,698
980
1,116
2,448
32,697
726
Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009
U.S. Census Bureau

Agency and program
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION—Con.
Federal Highway Administration—Con.
Other—Con.
Denali Commission
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Emergency Relief Program, Federal Highway Administration
US Coast Guard
Fed-Aid Hwy-DOI Bureau of Reclamation
Office of Secretary of Transportation
Department of Energy
Denali Access System Program
Delta Regional Transportation Development Program
Emergency Relief Program-National Park Service
Emergency Relief Program-Bureau of Indian Affairs
Emergency Relief Program-Forest Service
Emergency Relief Program-Corps of Engineers
Highway Infrastructure Investment, Recovery Act, Oversight
Highway Infrastructure Investment, Recovery Act
Highway Infrastructure Investment, Recovery Act, National Park Service
Highway Infrastructure Investment, Recovery Act, Bureau of Indian Affairs
Highway Infrastructure Investment, Recovery Act, Office of the Secretary of Transportation
Federal Railroad Administration
Railroad Research and Development
Office of the Administrator
Next Generation High Speed General Fund
Alaska Railroad Rehabilitation
Safety and Operations
Federal-Aid Highways
Efficiency Incentive Grant to Amtrak
Operating Subsidy Grant to Amtrak
Capital and Debt Services Grants to Amtrak
Amtrak Office of Inspector General, Recovery Act
Capital Grants—National RR Passenger Corporation, Recovery Act
Federal Transit Administration
Urban systems—Federal Transit Administration
Training and Human Resources
Interstate Transfer Grant—Transit
Formula Grants
University Transportation Centers
Transit Planning and Research
Discretionary Grants
Capital Investment Grants
Job Access and Reverse Commute Grants
Urban System-FTA
Urban System-FTA
Formula Grant and Bus
Transit Capital Assistance, Recovery Act
Fixed Guideway Infrastructure Investment, Recovery Act
Capital Investment Grants, Recovery Act
Fixed Guideway Infrastructure Investment, Recovery Act, Administration/Oversight
Formula Grants
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Highway Safety Economic Development
Highway Safety Improvement Demonstration Projects
Highway-Railway Grade Crossing Projects
Highway Traffic Safety Grant
Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration
Pipeline Safety Grants
Emergency Preparedness Grants

Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009
U.S. Census Bureau

Outlay ($1,000)

7,812
12,594
716,078
805
342
444
329
285
2,191
34
9,356
3,823
238
2,418
2,414,175
333
2
13
2,660
3,209
669
107
5,481
10,117
25,981
559,900
977,544
5,000
93
26,929
19
316
747,556
465
76,556
16,423
2,175,839
33,175
2,925
102
7,264,276
569,948
76,385
306,960
69
54
5
195
727
523,572
23,780
15,121

A-17

Agency and program

Outlay ($1,000)

DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY
Treasury Asset Forfeiture Fund
Equitable Sharing—Cash Value
Equitable Sharing—Property Value
Other
Cash Management Initiative Act
Refund of Excise Taxes to Puerto Rico
Refunding Internal Revenue Collections—Virgin Island
DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS
Grants to States for Construction of State Home Facilities
Veterans State Domiciliary Care
Veterans State Nursing Homes Care
Veterans State Hospital Care
Veterans Homeless Providers Grant and Per Diem Program
Veterans State Adult Day Health Care
State Cemetery Grants
PAYMENTS TO DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AND METRO SYSTEM (WMATA)
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority
District of Columbia Courts
District of Columbia Offender Supervision and Court Services Agency
Federal Payment for Resident Tuition Support
Federal Payment—Water and Sewer Services
Defender Services in the District of Columbia Courts
Federal Payments to the District of Columbia Judicial Retirement and Survivors Annuity Fund
School Improvements
Payment to DC Mayor for Family Court Computers
Payment to CFO
Criminal Justice Coordination Counsel
Emergency Planning and Security
Public School Libraries
Bioterrorism and Forensics Laboratory
Federal Payment to Jump Start Public School Reform

A-18

84,154
5,602
4,404
472,695
8,624
78,990
60,774
516,700
852
127,273
327
39,976
32
241,000
201,000
35,100
52,852
45,000
9,000
54,000
3,388
4,888
1,774
48,466
7,000
21,000
20,000

Federal Aid to States for Fiscal Year 2009
U.S. Census Bureau

Appendix B.
State Coordinating Agencies, State Data Center
Program, U.S. Census Bureau
ALABAMA

ARKANSAS

Center for Business and Economic Research
University of Alabama
149 Bidgood Hall
Box 870221
Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0221
Ms. Annette Watters
205-348-6191
Fax 205-348-2951
awatters@cba.ua.edu

University of Arkansas-Little Rock
2801 South University
Little Rock, AR 72204
Ms. Phyllis Poche
501-569-8530
Fax 501-569-8538
pnsmith@ualr.edu

ALASKA
Census and Geographic Information
  Network Research and Analysis
Alaska Department of Labor
P.O. Box 25504
Juneau, AK 99811-5504
Ms. Ingrid Zaruba
907-465-2439
Fax 907-465-2101
ingrid.zaruba@alaska.gov

AMERICAN SAMOA
Department of Commerce
Statistics Division
Pago Pago, AS 96799
Ms. Mine Timoteo
011-684-633-5155
Fax 011-684-633-4195
mtimoteo@doc.asg.as

Arizona
Department of Commerce
Population Statistics Unit
1700 West Washington Street
Executive Tower Building, Suite 220
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Mr. Allen Barnes
602-771-1155
Fax 602-771-1207
allenb@azcommerce.com

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CALIFORNIA
State Census Data Center
Department of Finance
915 L Street, 8th Floor
Sacramento, CA 95814-3706
Ms. Julie Hoang
916-323-4086
Fax 916-327-0222
julie.hoang@dof.ca.gov

COLORADO
Division of Local Government
Colorado Department of Local Affairs
1313 Sherman Street, Room 521
Denver, CO 80203
Ms. Barbara Mason
303-866-3120
Fax 303-866-4819
barbara.mason@state.co.us

CONNECTICUT
Connecticut State Data Center
Center for Population Research
University of Connecticut, Unit 1221
341 Mansfield Road, Room 401
Storrs, CT 06269-1221
Mr. Orlando Rodriguez
860-486-9269
Fax 860-486-9270
orlando.rodriguez@uconn.edu

B-1

DELAWARE

HAWAII

Delaware Office of Management & Budget
122 William Penn Street, Suite 302
Haslet Building, 3rd Floor
Dover, DE 19901
Mr. Michael B. Mahaffie
302-739-3090
Fax 302-739-6958
mike.mahaffie@state.de.us

Hawaii State Data Center
Department of Business, Economic Development, and
Tourism
250 South Hotel Street, 4th Floor
Honolulu, HI 96813
or
P.O. Box 2359
Honolulu, HI 96804
Ms. Jan Nakamoto
808-586-2493
Fax 808-586-8449
jnakamot@dbedt.hawaii.gov

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Data Services Division
Mayor’s Office of Planning
2000 14th Street, NW, 4th Floor
Washington, DC 20009
Dr. Joy Phillips
202-442-7630
Fax 202-442-7638
joy.phillips@dc.gov

FLORIDA
Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation
Labor Market Statistics
State Census Data Center
MSC G-020
107 East Madison Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399-4111
Ms. Vesselka McAlarney
850-245-7258
Fax 850-245-7201
vesselka.mcalarney@flaawi.com

GEORGIA
Planning Research and Evaluation Division—Office of
Planning and Budget
270 Washington Street, SW
Atlanta, GA 30334
Mr. Robert Giacomini
404-463-4445
Fax 404-656-7916
robert.giacomini@mail.opb.state.ga.us

GUAM
Guam State Data Center
Bureau of Statistics and Plans
P.O. Box 2950
Hagatna, Guam 96932
Mr. Calvin Saruwatari
671-472-4201/2/3
Fax 671-477-1812
saruwatari@mail.gov.gu

B-2

IDAHO
Idaho Department of Commerce and Labor
317 West Main Street
Boise, ID 83735
Ms. Janell Hyer
208-334-3570, x3220
Fax 208-334-6455
janell.hyer@labor.idaho.gov

ILLINOIS
Illinois Department of Commerce
  and Economic Opportunity
Office of Information Management
620 East Adams Street
Springfield, IL 62701
Ms. Suzanne Ebetsch
217-782-2245
Fax 217-557-8076
sue.ebetsch@illinois.gov

INDIANA
Indiana State Library
Indiana State Data Center
140 North Senate Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Ms. Katie Springer
317-232-3732
Fax 317-232-3728
kspringer@library.in.gov

IOWA
State Library of Iowa
1112 East Grand
Des Moines, IA 50319-0232
Ms. Beth Henning
515-281-4350
Fax 515-242-6543
beth.henning@lib.state.ia.us

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KANSAS

MASSACHUSETTS

State Library of Kansas
300 SW 10th Street
Topeka, KS 66612-1593
Mr. Peter Haxton
785-296-3296
Fax 785-296-6650
phaxton@kslib.info

UMass Donahue Institute
Economic & Public Policy Research Unit
UMass--President’s Office
The Massachusetts Venture Center
100 Venture Way, Suite 9
Hadley, MA 01035
Mr. John Gaviglio, State Data Center Manager
413-545-0176
Fax 413-545-3420
msdc-info@donahue.umassp.edu

KENTUCKY
University of Louisville
Urban Studies Institute
College of Arts & Sciences
426 West Bloom Street
Louisville, KY 40208
Mr. Vernon Smith
502-852-7990
Fax 502-852-7386
vmsmit01@louisville.edu

LOUISIANA
Louisiana State Census Data Center
Office of Electronic Services
P.O. Box 94095
(ZIP for mailing is 70804)
1201 North 3rd Street, Suite 2-130
Baton Rouge, LA 70802
Ms. Karen Paterson
225-219-5987
Fax 225-219-4027
karen.paterson@la.gov

MICHIGAN
Center for Shared Solutions and Technology Partnerships
111 South Capitol Avenue, 10th Floor
Lansing, MI 48933
Mr. Ken Darga
517-373-2548
Fax 517-373-5700
dargak@michigan.gov

MINNESOTA
State Demographic Center
Minnesota Department of Administration
300 Centennial Office Building
658 Cedar Street
St. Paul, MN 55155
Ms. Barbara Ronningen
651-201-2473
Fax 651-296-3698
barbara.ronningen@state.mn.us

MAINE

MISSISSIPPI

Maine State Planning Office
38 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333-0038
Mr. Thomas Merrill
207-287-1478
Fax 207-287-6489
thomas.merrill@maine.gov

Center for Population Studies
University of Mississippi
Leavell Hall, Room 301
University, MS 38677-1848
Ms. Lynn Woo
662-915-7288
Fax 662-915-7736
Lcwoo@olemiss.edu

MARYLAND
Maryland Department of Planning
Maryland State Data Center
301 West Preston Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
Ms. Jane Traynham
410-767-4450
Fax 410-767-4480
jtraynham@mdp.state.md.us

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MISSOURI
Missouri State Data Center
Missouri State Library
P.O. Box 387
Jefferson City, MO 65102-0387
Ms. Katina Jones
573-526-1087
Fax 573-751-3612
katina.jones@sos.mo.gov

B-3

MONTANA

NEW MEXICO

Census and Economic Information Center
Montana Department of Commerce
P.O. Box 200505
301 South Park, Room 110
Helena, MT 59620-0505
Ms. Mary Craigle
406-841-2739
mcraigle@mt.gov

New Mexico Economic Development Department
New Mexico State Data Center
1100 St. Francis Drive
P.O. Box 20003
Santa Fe, NM 87504-5003
Ms. Elizabeth Davis
505-827-0333
Fax 505-827-0588
elizabeth.davis@state.nm.us

NEBRASKA
Nebraska State Data Center
Center for Public Affairs Research
University of Nebraska at Omaha, EAB 106-J
6001 Dodge Street
Omaha, NE 68182-0059
Mr. Jerome Deichert
402-554-2134
Fax 402-561-7599
jdeicher@mail.unomaha.edu

NEW YORK
New York State Data Center
Empire State Development
30 South Pearl Street
Albany, NY 12245
Mr. Robert Scardamalia
518-292-5300
Fax 518-292-5806
rscardamalia@empire.state.ny.us

NEVADA

NORTH CAROLINA

Nevada State Data Center
Nevada State Library & Archives
100 North Stewart Street
Carson City, NV 89710-4285
775-684-3360
Fax 775-684-3330

North Carolina Office of State Budget and Management
20320 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-0320
Mr. Bob Coats
919-807-4781
Fax 919-733-5679
bob.coats@ncmail.net

NEW HAMPSHIRE
New Hampshire Office of Energy and Planning
4 Chenell Drive
Concord, NH 03301-8501
Ms. Joanne Cassulo
603-271-1768
Fax 603-271-2615
joanne.cassulo@nh.gov

NEW JERSEY
New Jersey State Data Center
Division of Labor Market and Demographic Research
New Jersey Department of Labor
P.O. Box 388
Trenton, NJ 08625-0388
Mr. Leonard Preston
609-984-2595
Fax 609-984-6833
leonard.preston@dol.state.nj.us

B-4

NORTH DAKOTA
North Dakota State Data Center
North Dakota State University
P.O. Box 5636
IACC 424
Fargo, ND 58105
Dr. Richard Rathge
701-231-8621
Fax 701-231-9730
richard.rathge@ndsu.edu

NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS
Department of Commerce
Central Statistics Division
Caller Box 10007
Corner Phonpei Drive
Saipan, MP 96950
Mr. Jose T. Liwanag
670-664-3023/3045
Fax 670-664-3067
csd@pticom.com

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OHIO

PUERTO RICO

Policy Research and Strategic Planning
Ohio Department of Development
P.O. Box 1001
(ZIP is 43266-0101)
77 South High Street, 27th Floor
Columbus, OH 43215
Mr. Steve Kelley
614-466-2116
Fax 617-466-9697
steven.kelley@development.ohio.gov

Junta de Planificación de Puerto Rico
Oficina del Censo
Centro Gubernamental Minillas
Edificio Norte, Piso 14
Avenida De Diego, Pda. 22
P.O. Box 41119
Santurce, PR 00940-1119
Sra. Lillian Torres Aguirre
787-728-4430
Fax 787-268-0506
torres_1@jp.gobierno.pr

OKLAHOMA
Oklahoma Census Data Center
Oklahoma Department of Commerce
900 North Stiles Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73104-3234
Mr. Steve Barker
405-815-5182
Fax 405-605-2982
steven_barker@okcommerce.gov

OREGON
Center for Population Research and Census
Portland State University
College of Urban and Public Affairs
506 SW Mill—URBN 570L
Portland, OR 97207-0751
Mr. Charles Rynerson
503-725-5157
Fax 503-725-5162
rynerson@pdx.edu

RHODE ISLAND
Rhode Island Department of Administration
Statewide Planning Program
One Capitol Hill
Providence, RI 02908-5872
Mr. Mark G. Brown
401-222-6183
Fax 401-222-2083
mbrown@doa.ri.gov

SOUTH CAROLINA
Office of Research and Statistics
South Carolina Budget and Control Board
1000 Assembly Street, Room 425
Columbia, SC 29201
Mr. Mike MacFarlane
803-734-3780
Fax 803-734-3619
mmacfarl@ors.sc.gov

PENNSYLVANIA

SOUTH DAKOTA

Pennsylvania State Data Center
Institute of State and Regional Affairs
Penn State Harrisburg
777 West Harrisburg Pike
Middletown, PA 17057-4898
Ms. Sue Copella, Director
717-948-6336
Fax 717-948-6754
sdc3@psu.edu

South Dakota State Data Center
Government Research Bureau
University of South Dakota
Vermillion, SD 57069
Dr. William D. Anderson
605-677-5708
Fax 605-670-8874

TENNESSEE
Center for Business and Economic Research
University of Tennessee-Knoxville
713 Stokely Management Center
Knoxville, TN 37996-0570
Mr. Randy Gustafson
865-974-6070
Fax 865-974-3100
randy.gustafson@utk.edu

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TEXAS

WASHINGTON

Texas State Data Center
Office of the State Demographer
Institute for Demographic and
  Socioeconomic Research (IDSER)
University of Texas at San Antonio
One UTSA Circle
San Antonio, TX 78249-0704
Dr. Karl Eschbach
karl.eschbach@utsa.edu

Office of Financial Management
Forecasting Division
210 11th Avenue, SW
P.O. Box 43113
Olympia, WA 98504-3113
Ms. Yi Zhao
360-902-0592
Fax 360-725-5174
yi.zhao@ofm.wa.gov

UTAH

WEST VIRGINIA

Governor’s Office of Planning & Budget
Utah State Capital Complex, Suite 150
P.O. Box 142210
Salt Lake City, UT 84114-2210
Ms. Effie Johnson
801-537-9013
Fax 801-538-1547
ejohnson@utah.gov

West Virginia Development Office
Capitol Complex
Building 6, Room 620
Charleston, WV 25305-0311
Ms. Pamela King
304-558-2234
Fax 304-558-3062
pamela.k.king@wv.gov

VERMONT

WISCONSIN

Center for Rural Studies
University of Vermont
207 Morrill Hall
Burlington, VT 05405
Mr. William Sawyer
802-656-0892
Fax 802-656-1423
wsawyer@uvm.edu

Department of Administration
Demographic Services Center
101 East Wilson Street, 10th Floor
P.O. Box 8944
Madison, WI 53708-8944
Philip Wells
608-266-1927
Fax 608-267-6917
philip.wells@wisconsin.gov

VIRGINIA
Virginia Employment Commission
703 East Main Street
Richmond, VA 23219
Mr. Don Lillywhite
804-786-8624
Fax 804-371-0412
donald.lillywhite@vec.virginia.gov

VIRGIN ISLANDS

WYOMING
Department of Administration and Information
Economic Analysis Division
2800 Central Avenue
Cheyenne, WY 82002
Ms. Amy Bittner
307-777-7504
Fax 307-632-1819
abittn@wyo.gov

University of the Virgin Islands
Eastern Caribbean Center
No. 2 John Brewer’s Bay
Charlotte Amalie
St. Thomas, VI 00802
Dr. Frank Mills
340-693-1027
Fax 340-693-1025
fmills@uvi.edu

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For the latest list, contact the Customer Liaison and Marketing Services Office of the U.S. Census Bureau at
301-763-1305. Visit the Census Bureau’s home page at <www.census.gov>.
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