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Federal Funds: The State of California Takes Advantage of Available Federal Grants, but Budget Constraints & Other Issues Keep it From Maximizing This Resource
Federal Funds: The State of California Takes Advantage of Available Federal Grants, but Budget Constraints & Other Issues Keep it From Maximizing This Resource
 
Our Price: $20.00
Year: 2003
Pages: 53
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 0756737281

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Elaine M. Howle (ed). Examines whether CA is maximizing the amount of Fed. funds it is entitled to receive. CAís share of Fed. funding for grants is near its share of the U.S.ís popín. However, grant allocation formulas can result in a CA grant share that is lower than CAís popín. share, largely because of unfavorable demographics & the use of out-of-date statistics. Because grant formulas are created at the Fed. level, the State has little control over these factors. On the other hand, state & local policies have limited CAís share of Fed. funds, & departments have sometimes lost Fed. funding due to the lack of state matching funds. Also includes: Fed. funds: CAís share of grant funding is close to its share of the popín., but state spending cuts may result in reduced Fed. funds.

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