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

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

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Small Business Loans (59.012) 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 46,307,495
Adams County Rural 315,000
Bannock County Urban 3,575,075
Bear Lake County Rural 394,500
Benewah County Rural 339,100
Bingham County Rural 1,631,630
Blaine County Rural 4,318,850
Boise County Urban 648,650
Bonner County Rural 8,851,192
Bonneville County Urban 4,442,725
Boundary County Rural 1,423,600
Butte County Rural 153,125
Canyon County Urban 11,987,390
Caribou County Rural 129,000
Cassia County Rural 1,387,435
Clearwater County Rural 759,500
Custer County Rural 330,750
Elmore County Urban 350,230
Franklin County Urban 82,225
Fremont County Rural 764,250
Gem County Urban 2,656,048
Gooding County Rural 448,275
Idaho County Rural 1,490,365
Jefferson County Urban 948,550
Jerome County Rural 590,350
Kootenai County Urban 39,455,757
Latah County Urban 2,606,955
Lemhi County Rural 974,600
Lewis County Rural 183,100
Lincoln County Rural 134,500
Madison County Rural 2,170,275
Minidoka County Rural 658,750
Nez Perce County Urban 4,606,903
Oneida County Rural 22,865
Owyhee County Urban 500,550
Payette County Rural 1,029,725
Power County Urban 754,225
Shoshone County Rural 2,259,804
Twin Falls County Urban 6,776,381
Valley County Rural 2,284,778
Washington County Rural 1,669,425

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."