U.S. GAO - Federal Economic Development Funding (GAO-06-436sp)

Federal Economic Development Funding (GAO-06-436sp)

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Water and Waste Disposal Systems for Rural Communities (10.760) obligations in Tennessee by county and program
Dollars and shares using Dominant RUCA

County Dominant RUCA Category Total Obligations (FY2002-2004)
Anderson County Rural 1,420,000
Bedford County Rural 1,158,000
Benton County Rural 1,603,500
Blount County Urban 2,870,000
Bradley County Urban 1,502,000
Campbell County Rural 1,376,600
Cannon County Urban 222,700
Carroll County Rural 490,000
Carter County Urban 75,000
Cheatham County Urban 6,882,184
Claiborne County Rural 1,325,600
Clay County Rural 778,000
Crockett County Rural 1,872,000
Decatur County Rural 3,020,000
Dickson County Rural 14,102,000
Dyer County Rural 990,000
Fentress County Rural 1,110,000
Franklin County Rural 8,062,000
Gibson County Rural 500,000
Giles County Rural 1,275,000
Greene County Rural 3,776,000
Grundy County Rural 1,040,000
Hamilton County Urban 1,486,000
Hancock County Rural 80,400
Hardeman County Rural 127,800
Hardin County Rural 8,708,000
Hawkins County Urban 8,671,300
Henderson County Rural 1,700,000
Henry County Rural 1,109,200
Hickman County Urban 2,800,000
Houston County Rural 1,880,000
Humphreys County Rural 507,000
Jackson County Rural 350,000
Jefferson County Urban 600,000
Johnson County Rural 321,700
Knox County Urban 4,766,100
Lauderdale County Rural 1,135,500
Lawrence County Rural 165,000
Lincoln County Rural 1,879,000
Loudon County Urban 523,500
Macon County Rural 3,132,000
Madison County Urban 729,700
Marion County Urban 1,876,200
Marshall County Rural 2,165,300
McMinn County Rural 1,275,600
McNairy County Rural 4,193,000
Meigs County Rural 2,683,000
Monroe County Rural 504,900
Moore County Rural 1,450,000
Morgan County Rural 1,509,500
Obion County Rural 75,000
Overton County Rural 350,000
Pickett County Rural 1,265,000
Polk County Urban 617,000
Putnam County Rural 2,572,000
Rhea County Rural 6,660,000
Roane County Rural 3,390,000
Scott County Rural 3,412,500
Sequatchie County Rural 2,920,000
Sevier County Rural 592,900
Smith County Rural 68,000
Stewart County Urban 1,620,000
Sullivan County Urban 1,500,000
Sumner County Urban 6,177,600
Tipton County Urban 3,441,000
Unicoi County Rural 2,221,800
Union County Urban 680,000
Warren County Rural 318,000
Washington County Urban 6,520,000
White County Rural 1,633,000

For a more detailed discussion of our scope and methodology and additional details see "Rural Economic Development: More Assurance Is Needed That Grant Funding Information Is Accurately Reported."
(GAO-06-294)