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Formula Grants: Funding for the Largest Federal Assistance Programs is Based on Census-Related Data and Other Factors
Robert Goldenkoff (au)
Many federal assistance programs are funded by formula grants that have historically relied at least in part on population data from the decennial census and related data to allocate funds. In June 2009, the Census Bureau reported that in FY 2007 the federal government obligated over $446 billion through funding formulas that rely at least in part on census and related data. Funding for federal assistance programs continues to increase. This report determined (1) how much the federal government obligates to the largest federal assistance programs based on the decennial census and related data, and how the Recovery Act changed that amount; and (2) what factors could affect the role of population in grant funding formulas. To answer these objectives, the report identified the 10 largest federal assistance programs in FY 2008 and 2009 based on data from the Presidentís FY 2010 budget. The report reviewed statutes, agency reports, and other sources to obtain illustrative examples of how different factors could affect the role of population data in grant funding. Tables.
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