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

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

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Rural Business Enterprise Grants (10.769) obligations in Tennessee by county and program
Dollars and shares using Rural-Urban Continuum

County Rural-Urban Continuum Category Total Obligations (FY2002-2004)
Anderson County Urban 25,000
Bledsoe County Rural 50,000
Blount County Urban 50,000
Bradley County Urban 60,000
Campbell County Rural 50,000
Carroll County Rural 15,000
Cumberland County Rural 7,500
Davidson County Urban 200,000
Decatur County Rural 7,500
Dyer County Urban 150,000
Fayette County Urban 442,400
Franklin County Rural 7,500
Gibson County Urban 84,900
Giles County Rural 256,500
Grainger County Urban 200,250
Greene County Rural 7,000
Grundy County Rural 57,500
Hamilton County Urban 10,000
Hancock County Rural 99,990
Hardeman County Rural 111,400
Hardin County Rural 6,000
Henderson County Rural 59,600
Henry County Rural 50,000
Hickman County Urban 199,500
Houston County Rural 5,000
Johnson County Rural 70,000
Knox County Urban 15,000
Lake County Rural 300,000
Lawrence County Rural 260,000
Lewis County Rural 98,614
Madison County Urban 85,110
Marshall County Rural 5,000
Maury County Urban 376,345
Meigs County Rural 125,000
Montgomery County Urban 35,000
Obion County Rural 307,990
Perry County Rural 50,000
Scott County Rural 180,000
Sequatchie County Urban 50,000
Smith County Urban 50,000
Tipton County Urban 159,500
Unicoi County Urban 8,000
Warren County Rural 125,000
Washington County Urban 105,000
Wayne County Rural 99,000
Weakley County Rural 100,000
Wilson County Urban 20,000

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."