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

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

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Highway Planning and Construction (20.205) obligations in Idaho by county and program
Dollars and shares using Rural-Urban Continuum

County Rural-Urban Continuum Category Total Obligations (FY2002-2004)
Ada County Urban 336,361,069
Adams County Rural 4,212,432
Bannock County Urban 16,746,506
Bear Lake County Rural 9,141,939
Benewah County Rural 7,353,890
Bingham County Rural 19,299,419
Blaine County Rural 5,643,157
Boise County Urban 2,197,418
Bonner County Rural 29,908,953
Bonneville County Urban 20,519,545
Boundary County Rural 18,139,381
Butte County Rural 1,430,400
Camas County Rural 58,867
Canyon County Urban 11,994,316
Caribou County Rural 7,094,732
Cassia County Rural 1,364,218
Clark County Rural -115,520
Clearwater County Rural 5,754,761
Custer County Rural 6,378,402
Elmore County Urban 15,810,717
Franklin County Urban 3,658,390
Fremont County Rural 889,876
Gem County Urban 1,451,973
Gooding County Rural 22,191,577
Idaho County Rural 6,523,006
Jefferson County Urban 6,883,547
Jerome County Rural 16,370,046
Kootenai County Urban 85,685,638
Latah County Urban 25,923,590
Lemhi County Rural 4,346,166
Lewis County Rural 2,858,141
Lincoln County Rural 854,548
Madison County Rural 6,964,909
Minidoka County Rural 294,154
Nez Perce County Urban 9,895,624
Oneida County Rural 14,839,827
Owyhee County Urban 1,288,296
Payette County Rural 1,321,153
Power County Urban 9,333,463
Shoshone County Rural 5,879,780
Teton County Rural 2,581,828
Twin Falls County Urban 15,504,314
Valley County Rural 5,490,968
Washington County Rural 10,831,943

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)