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

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

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Certified Development Company Loans (504 Loans) (59.041) obligations in Texas by county and program
Dollars and shares using Dominant RUCA

County Dominant RUCA Category Total Obligations (FY2002-2004)
Anderson County Rural 863,000
Aransas County Rural 1,367,000
Atascosa County Urban 355,000
Bailey County Rural 40,000
Bandera County Rural 881,000
Bastrop County Urban 1,743,000
Bell County Urban 2,433,000
Bexar County Urban 34,349,000
Bowie County Urban 1,727,000
Brazoria County Urban 4,748,000
Brazos County Urban 2,636,000
Brown County Rural 2,296,000
Burleson County Urban 1,095,000
Burnet County Rural 436,000
Caldwell County Urban 521,000
Cameron County Urban 7,038,000
Camp County Rural 365,000
Carson County Urban 202,000
Chambers County Urban 716,000
Cherokee County Rural 737,000
Childress County Rural 1,141,000
Collin County Urban 34,062,000
Colorado County Rural 507,000
Comal County Rural 3,118,000
Cooke County Rural 722,000
Culberson County Rural 489,000
Dallam County Rural 152,000
Dallas County Urban 50,466,000
Deaf Smith County Rural 353,000
Denton County Urban 12,595,000
Dimmit County Rural 173,000
Ector County Urban 142,000
El Paso County Urban 12,309,000
Ellis County Urban 908,000
Erath County Rural 578,000
Fannin County Rural 1,300,000
Fayette County Rural 1,343,000
Fort Bend County Urban 6,962,000
Freestone County Rural 1,068,000
Galveston County Urban 4,166,000
Gillespie County Rural 179,000
Gray County Rural 617,000
Grayson County Urban 698,000
Gregg County Urban 1,283,000
Guadalupe County Rural 2,090,000
Hale County Rural 58,000
Hall County Rural 148,000
Hardin County Urban 223,000
Harris County Urban 92,139,000
Harrison County Rural 444,000
Hays County Rural 5,298,000
Hemphill County Rural 624,000
Henderson County Urban 677,000
Hidalgo County Urban 6,069,000
Hill County Rural 1,104,000
Hood County Rural 2,621,000
Hopkins County Rural 1,000,000
Howard County Rural 350,000
Hunt County Rural 4,087,000
Jefferson County Urban 5,191,000
Jim Wells County Rural 145,000
Johnson County Urban 362,000
Karnes County Rural 483,000
Kaufman County Urban 1,596,000
Kendall County Urban 1,161,000
Kerr County Rural 818,000
Kleberg County Rural 259,000
Lamar County Rural 791,000
Lamb County Rural 996,000
Lampasas County Rural 1,580,000
Lavaca County Rural 503,000
Liberty County Urban 3,021,000
Llano County Rural 326,000
Lubbock County Urban 14,759,800
Marion County Rural 649,000
McLennan County Urban 5,402,000
Medina County Urban 143,000
Midland County Urban 2,273,000
Milam County Rural 279,000
Mills County Rural 193,000
Montgomery County Urban 11,022,000
Moore County Rural 110,000
Nacogdoches County Rural 1,975,000
Navarro County Rural 1,225,000
Nueces County Urban 9,490,500
Orange County Rural 757,000
Parker County Urban 2,313,000
Pecos County Rural 1,241,000
Potter County Urban 5,225,000
Randall County Urban 2,706,000
Rockwall County Urban 3,992,000
San Patricio County Urban 1,365,000
Scurry County Rural 513,000
Smith County Urban 7,333,000
Starr County Rural 1,394,000
Tarrant County Urban 37,845,000
Taylor County Urban 3,071,000
Titus County Rural 248,000
Tom Green County Urban 656,000
Travis County Urban 15,883,000
Val Verde County Rural 1,168,000
Van Zandt County Urban 772,000
Victoria County Urban 1,580,000
Walker County Rural 796,000
Waller County Urban 4,530,000
Ward County Rural 497,000
Washington County Rural 1,752,000
Webb County Urban 8,972,000
Wharton County Rural 2,018,000
Williamson County Urban 6,962,000
Wise County Urban 1,537,000
Wood County Rural 1,095,000

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)