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Overview

Note: ERS' Federal Funds series is discontinued. The underlying data are no longer available.

The data are from the Census Bureau's Consolidated Federal Funds Reports on Federal expenditures and obligations for grants, salaries and wages, procurements, direct payments, direct loans, guaranteed loans, and insurance obtained from Federal Government agencies. ERS screens the data for each Federal program for accuracy at the county level and then presents the data by function and type of program for each county and State. See the complete data documentation for details.

Each file contains Federal outlays by program for each county in the State. County population is also included so that per capita spending can be calculated. Summary of the data for the United States and a ZIP file for all States are also available.

    Data Set  Download as Excel
    DownloadsLast UpdatedNext Update
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    U.S. summary tables for 2010Download as Excel12/2/2011
    Download all State files for 2010 (ZIP file)Download as Zip12/2/2011
    Raw data in MS Access format (includes data for U.S. territories)Download as Zip12/2/2011
    AlabamaDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    AlaskaDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    ArizonaDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    ArkansasDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    CaliforniaDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    ColoradoDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    ConnecticutDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    DelawareDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    Dist. ColumbiaDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    FloridaDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    GeorgiaDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    HawaiiDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    IdahoDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    IllinoisDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    IndianaDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    IowaDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    KansasDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    KentuckyDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    LouisianaDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    MaineDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    MarylandDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    MassachusettsDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    MichiganDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    MinnesotaDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    MississippiDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    MissouriDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    MontanaDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    NebraskaDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    NevadaDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    New HampshireDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    New JerseyDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    New MexicoDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    New YorkDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    North CarolinaDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    North DakotaDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    OhioDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    OklahomaDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    OregonDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    PennsylvaniaDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    Rhode IslandDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    South CarolinaDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    South DakotaDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    TennesseeDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    TexasDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    UtahDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    VermontDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    VirginiaDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    WashingtonDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    West VirginiaDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    WisconsinDownload as Excel12/2/2011
    WyomingDownload as Excel12/2/2011

    Last updated: Monday, September 08, 2014

    For more information contact: Kathleen Kassel