Emergency food and shelter program; National Board implementation plan,

 
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[Federal Register: March 5, 1998 (Volume 63, Number 43)]

[Notices]

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From the Federal Register Online via GPO Access [wais.access.gpo.gov]

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FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY

The National Board Fiscal Year 1998 Plan for Carrying Out the Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP)

AGENCY: Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

ACTION: Notice.

SUMMARY: This notice sets out the plan by which the Emergency Food and Shelter Program National Board (National Board) is conducting a program during FY 1998 to distribute $100,000,000 to private voluntary organizations and local governments for delivering emergency food and shelter to needy individuals. The distribution formula for selecting organizations and localities, and the award amount for each, follow the Plan text.

DATES: The award to the National Board was made October 28, 1997.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Carol Coleman, Preparedness, Training and Exercise Directorate, Federal Emergency Management Agency, (202) 646-3107, or Kay C. Goss, Chair, EFSP National Board, (202) 646-3487.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Title III of the Stewart B. McKinney Homeless Assistance Act, 42 U.S.C. 11301 et seq., authorizes use of funds appropriated by the Congress to supplement and expand ongoing efforts to provide shelter, food, and supportive services to homeless, needy individuals.

As in past phases, grant awards from this program are provided to address emergency needs. This program is not intended to address or correct structural poverty or long-standing problems. Rather, this appropriation is intended for the purchase of food and shelter to supplement and expand current available resources and not to substitute or reimburse ongoing programs and services.

This funding should be used to target special emergency needs. And when we discuss emergency needs we are referring to economic, not disaster-related, emergencies. The funding should supplement feeding and sheltering efforts in ways that make a difference. What that means is: EFSP is not intended to make up for budget shortfalls or to be considered just a line in an annual budget; it is not intended that the funds must go to the same agencies for the exact same purposes every year; and, the funding is open to all organizations helping hungry and homeless people and it is not intended that the funds should go only to Local Board member agencies or local government agencies.

Having stated what it is not, what does the National Board want this program to be? As we read the law, EFSP should: create inclusive local coalitions that meet regularly to determine the best use of funds and to monitor their use in their respective communities; treat every program year as a fresh opportunity to reassess what particular community needs (e.g., on-site feeding or utility assistance, mass shelter or homelessness prevention, etc.) should be addressed; encourage agencies to work together to emphasize their respective strengths, work out common problems, and prevent duplication of effort; and, examine whether the program is helping to meet the needs of special populations such as minorities, Native Americans, veterans, families with children, the elderly, and the handicapped.

It is our intention to re-emphasize that this program has a commitment to emergency services. We continue to view it as an opportunity for building a cohesive emergency structure which can, for example, coordinate the assistance provided, across agencies, to families and individuals applying for rental, mortgage, or utility assistance; enhance a food banking network that is economical in its cost and broad in its coverage; reinforce creative cooperation among feeding and sheltering sites to ensure help for street populations most in need; and, establish or maintain a system that complements rather than supplants existing private and governmental efforts to provide rent, mortgage, or utility assistance.

The National Board is aware that much is asked of our voluntary Local Boards and LROs, and very little administrative funding is provided. But the cooperative model that EFSP has helped to create can be a useful vehicle

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for many governmental and community-based programs. As a group, local providers can accomplish much: initiating a dialogue with local offices of Federal entities such as the U.S. Department of Agriculture to take full advantage of excess commodities and its other programs or with the U.S. Department of Labor's Job Training Partnership Act (JTPA); working with Federal programs that require the input of local providers such as the Department of Housing and Urban Development's Community Development Block Grant or Emergency Shelter Grant and the Department of Health and Human Services' Health Care for the Homeless; pooling agency efforts to gain Federal (for example, HUD's Transitional Housing Program) and private foundation grants; leveraging EFSP funds within the community by encouraging matches of local EFSP allocations from State and local governments and private resources; and, exchanging ideas on administrative and accounting methods that can improve delivery of services and focus on the collaborative rather than the competitive aspects of agency relations.

Fourteen years ago this program began as a one-time effort to help address urgent needs. The survival of this public-private partnership is not only a testament to needs, but also to the effectiveness of EFSP as an example of local decision-making and community responsibility in attempting to meet those needs.

EFSP is a reminder of this nation's willingness to confront difficult problems within the society in new ways. But most importantly, EFSP has fed and sheltered homeless and hungry people, it has maintained homes and the families in those homes, and it has created useful public-private partnerships within communities.

Table of Contents

1.0 Background and introduction. 1.1 Purpose. 2.0 FEMA's role and responsibilities. 3.0 National Board's role and responsibilities. 3.1 Client Eligibility. 4.0 State Set-Aside Committee's role and responsibilities. 5.0 Local Boards' role and responsibilities. 5.1 Variances and Waivers. 6.0 Local Recipient Organizations' role and responsibilities. 6.1 Independent Annual Audit Requirements. 6.2 Fiscal Agents/Conduit Relationship. 6.3 Financial terms and conditions. 6.4 Grant Payment Process. 6.5 Eligibility of Costs. 6.6 Required Documentation. 7.0 Local appeals process. 8.0 Allocations formula. 9.0 Amendments to plan.

1.0 Background and Introduction

The Emergency Food and Shelter Program was established on March 24, 1983, with the signing of the ``Jobs Stimulus Bill,'' Public Law 98-8. That legislation created a National Board, chaired by FEMA, which consisted of representatives of the American Red Cross; Catholic Charities, USA; the Salvation Army; Council of Jewish Federations, Inc.; United Way of America; and the National Council of Churches of Christ in the U.S.A.

Since that first piece of legislation in 1983, through its authorization under the Stewart B. McKinney Homeless Assistance Act (Pub. L. 100-77--signed into law on July 24, 1987, subsequently reauthorized under Pub. L. 100-628, signed into law on November 7, 1988), the Emergency Food and Shelter Program has distributed $1.5 billion to over 11,000 social service agencies in more than 2,500 communities across the country.

From its inception, the unique features of this program have been the partnerships it has established. At the national level, the Federal government and board member organizations have the legal responsibility to work together to set allocations criteria and establish program guidelines. Such coalitions, as set forth in the law, are even more vital on the local level. In each community Local Boards make the most significant decisions on their own make-up and operation, the types of services most in need of supplemental help, what organizations should be funded and for what purpose and amount. These portions of the law have remained unchanged and are the core of this unique public-private partnership.

1.1 Purpose

This publication is developed by the National Board to outline the roles, responsibilities, and implementation procedures that shall be followed by the National Board, FEMA Local Boards, LROs, SSA Committees, in the distribution and use of these funds.

National in scope, EFSP will provide food and shelter assistance to individuals in need through local private voluntary organizations and local governments in areas designated by the National Board as being in highest need. The intent of EFSP is to meet emergency needs by supplementing and expanding food and shelter assistance individuals might currently be receiving, as well as to help those who are receiving no assistance. Individuals who received assistance under previous programs may again be recipients, providing they meet local eligibility requirements.

2.0 FEMA's Role and Responsibilities

(a) FEMA will perform the following EFSP activities:

(1) Constitute a National Board consisting of individuals affiliated with United Way of America; The Salvation Army; the National Council of Churches of Christ in the USA; Catholic Charities, USA; the Council of Jewish Federations, Inc.; the American Red Cross; and FEMA.

(2) Chair the National Board, using parliamentary procedures and consensus by the National Board as the mode of operation.

(3) Provide policy guidance, management oversight, Federal coordination, and staff assistance to the National Board.

(4) Award the grant to the National Board.

(5) Assist the Secretariat in implementing the National Board Program.

(6) Report to Congress on the year's program activities through the Interagency Council on the Homeless Annual Report.

(7) Conduct audits of the program.

(8) Initiate Federal collection procedures to collect funds or documentation due when the efforts of the National Board have not been successful.

3.0 National Board's Role and Responsibilities

(a) The National Board will perform the following EFSP activities:

(1) Select jurisdictions of highest need for food and shelter assistance and determine amount to be distributed to each.

(2) Notify national organizations interested in emergency food and shelter to publicize the availability of funds.

(3) Develop the operational manual for distributing funds and establish criteria for expenditure of funds.

(4) In jurisdictions that received previous awards, notify the former Local Board chair that new funds are available. In areas newly selected for funding, notify the local United Way, American Red Cross, Salvation Army, or local government official. The National Board will notify qualifying jurisdictions of award eligibility within 60 days following allocation by FEMA.

(5) Provide copies of award notification materials to National Board member affiliates and other interested parties.

(6) Secure board plan, certification forms and board rosters from Local

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Boards. Ensure Local Board compliance with established guidelines.

(7) Distribute funds to selected LROs.

(8) Hear appeals and grant waivers.

(9) Establish an equitable system to accomplish the reallocation of unclaimed or unused funds. Unused or recaptured funds will be reallocated by the National Board, except in the case of State Set- Aside counties whose funds may be reallocated by the respective State Set-Aside Committees.

(10) Ensure that funds are properly accounted for, and that funds due are collected.

(11) Provide consultation and technical assistance to local jurisdictions as necessary to monitor program compliance.

(12) Compile the reports it receives from the Local Boards and submit a detailed accounting of use of all program monies in the form of a report to FEMA.

(13) Conduct a compliance review of food and shelter expenditures made under this program for specified LROs. The National Board, FEMA, the independent accounting firm selected by the National Board or the Inspector General's office may also conduct an audit of these funds.

(14) Monitor LRO compliance with OMB Circular A-133.

The United Way of America will act as the National Board's Secretariat and fiscal agent and perform necessary administrative duties for the Board. An administrative allowance of one percent of the total award may be used for National Board administration.

3.1 Client Eligibility

The National Board does not set client eligibility criteria. Local Boards may choose to set such criteria. If the Local Board does not set eligibility criteria, the LRO may use its existing criteria or set criteria for assistance under this award. However, the LROs criteria must provide for assistance to needy individuals without discrimination (age, race, sex, religion, national origin, or handicap).

Funds allocated to a jurisdiction are intended for use within that jurisdiction. Residents of or transients in a specific jurisdiction should seek service within that jurisdiction.

Citizenship is not an eligibility requirement to receive assistance from EFSP. The National Board does not mandate nor recommend the use of any particular existing criteria (i.e., food stamp guidelines, welfare guidelines, or income guidelines).

4.0 Sate Set-Aside (SSA) Committee Role and Responsibilities

(a) SSA Committee's role.

(1) The SSA process has been adopted to allow greater flexibility in selection of jurisdictions and is intended to target pockets of homelessness or poverty in non-qualifying jurisdictions (refer to Supplementary Information, above, on qualifying criteria), areas experiencing drastic economic changes such as plant closings, areas with high levels of unemployment or poverty which do not meet the minimum level of unemployment, or jurisdictions that have documented measures of need which are not adequately reflected in unemployment and poverty data.

(2) The distribution of funds to SSA Committees will be based on a ratio calculated as follows: the State's average number of unemployed in non-funded jurisdictions divided by the average number of unemployed in non-funded jurisdictions nationwide equals the State's percentage of the total amount available for SSA awards.

(b) SSA responsibilities.

(1) A SSA Committee in each State will recommend high-need jurisdictions and award amounts to the National Board. Priority consideration is to be given to jurisdictions otherwise not meeting criteria for funding, although funded jurisdictions may receive additional funding. SSA Committees should also consider the special circumstances of jurisdictions that qualified in previous funding phases but are not eligible in the current phase. The State Committees may wish to provide these jurisdictions with an allocation so that the abrupt change in funding status is not disruptive to local providers. SSA Committees are encouraged to consider current and significant State or local data in their deliberations. Although the National Board staff provides national data to the SSA Committees, it does not mandate any particular formula. These committees are free to act independently in choosing eligible jurisdictions.

In each State, the chair of the previous phase's SSA Committee will be notified of the award amount available to the SSA Committee. In a State where there are affiliates of the voluntary organizations represented on the National Board, they must be invited to serve on the State Committee. If no single State affiliate exists, an appropriate representative should be invited. The Governor or his/her representative will replace the FEMA member. State Committees are encouraged to expand participation by inviting or notifying other private non-profit organizations on the State level. The National Board encourages the inclusion of Native Americans, minorities, and other appropriate representatives on the State Committee.

(2) Members of the SSA Committee shall elect a person to chair the committee.

(3) The SSA Committees are responsible for the following:

(i) recommending high-need jurisdictions and award amounts within the State. When selecting jurisdictions with demonstrated need, the National Board encourages the consideration of counties incorporating or adjoining Indian reservations. The SSA Committee has 25 working days to notify the National Board in writing of its selections and the appropriate contact person for each area. Note: The minimum award amount for a single jurisdiction is $1,000 and only whole-dollar amounts can be allocated.

(ii) Notifying the National Board of selection criteria that were used to determine which jurisdictions within the State were selected to receive funds. The National Board will then notify these jurisdictions directly. In the event funds are not claimed by the SSA jurisdictions, SSA Committees may recommend other jurisdictions to receive the unclaimed funds.

(4) An administrative allowance of one-half of one percent (5) of the total SSA award to each State may be used for SSA administration.

5.0 Local Boards' Role and Responsibilities

(a) Local Boards' role and responsibilities.

(1) Each area designated by the National Board to receive funds shall constitute a Local Board. In a local community where there are affiliates of the United Way of America; The Salvation Army; the National Council of Churches of Christ in the U.S.A.; Catholic Charities, U.S.A; Council of Jewish Federations; and the American Red Cross; which are represented on the National Board, they must be invited to serve on the Local Board. An agency's own governing board may not serve as a Local Board. The National Board mandates that if a jurisdiction is located within or encompasses a federally recognized Indian reservation, a Native American representative must be invited to serve on the Local Board. All Local Boards are required to include in their membership a homeless or formerly homeless person. Local Boards should seek recommendations from LROs for an appropriate representative. Local Boards that are unable to have homeless or formerly homeless representation must still consult with homeless or formerly homeless individuals, or former or current clients

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of food or housing services for their input. The County Executive/ Mayor, appropriate head of local government or his or her designee will replace the FEMA member. Local Boards are encouraged to expand participation and membership by inviting or notifying minority populations, other private non-profit organizations and government organizations; the jurisdiction should be geographically represented as well.

(2) The members of each Local Board will elect a chair.

(3) Local Board membership is not honorary; there are specific duties the board must perform. If a member cannot regularly attend meetings, the member should be replaced by another representative of the member's designated agency. If a member must be absent from a meeting, the member's organization may designate an alternate.

(4) If a locality has not previously received funding and is now designated as being in high need, the National Board has designated the local United Way to constitute and convene a Local Board as described above. If there is no local United Way, or it does not convene the board, the local American Red Cross, the local Salvation Army, or a local government official will be responsible for convening the initial meeting of the Local Board.

(5) If a locality has previously received National Board funding, the former chairman of the Local Board will be contacted regarding any new funding the locality is designated to receive.

(6) Each award phase is new; therefore, the Local Board is a new entity in every phase. The convener of the Local Board must ask each agency to designate or redesignate a representative every program year.

(7) The National Board requires Local Boards to select one of the following options for meetings:

(i) Quarterly Meetings: Local Boards are encouraged to meet quarterly to ensure LROs are implementing the program according to guidelines. Meetings may be conducted via conference calls.

(ii) Semiannual Meetings: Local Boards meeting twice a year must also ensure that LROs are implementing the program according to guidelines. Ongoing monitoring activities must take place. Local Boards electing to hold meetings semiannually will be required to submit copies of their meeting minutes with the jurisdiction's final report.

(8) A majority of members must be present for the meeting to be official. Attendance and decision-making minutes must be kept. Meeting minutes must be approved by the Local Board at the next meeting. They must also be available to the National Board, Federal authorities, and the public on request.

(9) The Local Board will have 25 working days after the notification of the award selection by the National Board in which to advertise and promote the program to give any organization capable of providing emergency services an opportunity to apply for funds. Advertising must take place prior to the Local Board's allocation of funds. Failure to advertise properly will delay processing of the jurisdiction's board plan and subsequent payment of funds. Local Boards should allow at least one week for interested organizations to apply for funding. (Local Boards are not required to re-advertise fund availability for supplemental allocations within the same spending period.)

(10) The Local Board recommends which local organizations should receive grants and the amounts of the grants. Local Boards must have a written application process and consider all private voluntary and public organization applicants. In selecting LROs to receive funds, the Local Board must consider the demonstrated ability of an organization to provide food and/or shelter assistance. Local Board members should strive to use consistent criteria, sound judgment and fairness in their approach. Local Board membership must have no relationship to funding. Local Board members must abstain from voting on their own grant awards. LROs should be selected to receive funds to supplement and extend eligible on-going services, not be funded in anticipation of a needed service (i.e., fire victims, floods, tornadoes, etc.); neither should agencies be selected for funding due to budget shortfalls nor for cuts in other funding sources.

LROs that received awards from previous legislation may again be eligible provided that the LRO still meets eligibility requirements. Agencies on Indian reservations are eligible to receive EFSP monies, if they meet LRO requirements.

The minimum grant per LRO is $300 and only whole-dollar amounts may be allocated. The Local Board should be prepared to justify an allocation of one-third (1/3) or more of its total award to a single LRO.

(11) Local Boards are responsible for monitoring LROs that receive over $100,000 in Federal funds and ensuring that they comply with OMB Circular A-133.

(12) Local Boards must complete and return all required forms to the National Board. (Local Board Plan, Local Board Certification Form, and Local Board Roster).

(13) Local Boards shall secure and retain signed forms from each LRO certifying that program guidelines have been read and understood, and that the LROs will comply with cost eligibility and reporting requirements.

(14) Local Boards must establish a system to ensure that no duplication of service occurs within the expenditure categories of rent, mortgage or utility assistance (RMU). Local Boards are free to establish any system as long as no duplication of rent/mortgage or utility assistance can take place under reasonable circumstances.

(15) Establish client eligibility, at Local Board's discretion. Local Boards may determine client eligibility for EFSP or utilize established LRO eligibility. A separate needs test for assistance under EFSP may be developed and used by LROs, but should first be approved by the Local Board. The Local Board should communicate eligibility criteria for assistance under EFSP to LROs.

(16) Local Boards must notify the National Board of changes in the Local Board chair, staff contact, or LRO contacts, including complete addresses and phone numbers.

(17) Local Boards that determine they can better utilize their resources by merging with neighboring boards may do so. The head of government or his or her designee for each jurisdiction must sit on the merged board, along with agency representatives from each jurisdiction. The merged Local Board must ensure that the award amount designated for each civil jurisdiction is used to provide assistance to individuals within that jurisdiction.

(18) Local Boards are required to be familiar with current guidelines and to provide technical assistance to service providers. Advice and counsel can be provided by National Board staff.

(19) An appeals process must be established to address participation or funding, to hear and resolve appeals made by funded or non-funded organizations, and to investigate complaints made by individuals or organizations. Appeals should be handled promptly. Cases that cannot be handled locally should be referred in writing to the National Board and include details on action that has been taken. Only when there is significant question of misapplication of guidelines, fraud, or other abuse on the part of the Local Board will the National Board consider action. Cases involving fraud or other misuse of Federal funds should be reported to the Office of the

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Inspector General, FEMA, in writing or by telephone at 1-800-323-8603.

(20) The chair of the Local Board or his or her designated staff will be the central coordination point of contact between the National Board and the LRO selected to receive assistance from EFSP.

(21) If requested by the National Board, the Local Board should nominate an appropriate feeding organization to receive surplus food from Department of Defense commissaries.

(22) Boards will be responsible for monitoring programs carried out by the LROs they have selected to receive funds. Local Boards should work with LROs to ensure that funds are being used to meet immediate food and shelter needs on an ongoing basis. Local Boards may not alter or change National Board cost eligibility or approve expenditures outside the National Board's criteria without National Board permission. An interim report of expenditures is due to the National Board with each LRO's second check request. A final report (accompanied by financial documentation for specified LROs) is due 45 days after the end of each jurisdiction's program. The National Board will provide forms for all required reports. Local Boards may request other reports from their LROs at an appropriate time (e.g., monthly or quarterly updates).

(23) The Local Board should reallocate funds whenever it determines that the original allocation plan does not reflect the actual need for services or if an LRO is unable to use its full award effectively. Funds must be recovered and may be reallocated if an LRO makes ineligible expenditures or uses funds for items that have clearly not been approved by the Local Board. Funds held in escrow for LROs which have unresolved compliance problems can be reallocated or may be reclaimed by the National Board. The deadline to reallocate any funds held in escrow is July 31, 1998.

The Local Board may approve reallocation of funds between LROs that are already participating in the program. However, the National Board must be notified in writing. The Local Board may also return funds to the National Board for reissuance to another LRO or request reallocation of remaining funds before they are released by the National Board (e.g., second/third payments).

If the Local Board wishes to reallocate funds to an agency that was not approved on the original board plan, a written request for approval must be made to the National Board. An LRO must be approved by the National Board prior to receipt of funds.

Local Boards can reallocate funds from one service to another (e.g., from food to shelter) without National Board approval if the transfer is within an individual LRO.

If a Local Board is unable to satisfy the National Board that it can utilize funds in accordance with this plan, the National Board may reallocate the funds to other jurisdictions.

(24) Should anyone have reason to suspect that EFSP funds are being used for purposes contrary to the law and guidelines governing the program, the National Board recommends taking action to assist in bringing such practices to a halt.

The National Board requires that the Office of the Inspector General, FEMA, be contacted immediately when fraud, theft, or other criminal activity is suspected in connection with the use of EFSP funds, or the operation of a facility receiving EFSP funds. This notification can be made by calling the Inspector General's Hotline at 1-800-323-8603, or in writing to: Office of the Inspector General, FEMA, 500 C Street S.W., Washington, DC 20472. The complainant should include as much information as possible to support the allegation and preferably furnish his/her name and telephone number so that the special agent assigned to that office may make a follow-up contact. The confidentiality of any communication made with the Office of Inspector General is protected by Federal law.

A complainant desiring to remain totally anonymous should make a follow-up phone call to the Office of the Inspector General within 30 days from the date of the original complaint so that any follow-up questions may be asked. Follow-up calls should be made to 1-202-646- 3894 during normal business hours, Eastern Standard Time (charges may be reversed). The caller should advise that he/she is making a follow- up call regarding a prior anonymous complaint. The Office of the Inspector General, FEMA, will appropriately notify both local law enforcement authorities and the National Board concerning the substance of the allegations and the results of the investigation.

(25) Reports to the National Board on LROs' expenditures shall be submitted as of the date each LROs second/third check is requested and a final report should be submitted within 45 days after the jurisdiction's end-of-program date.

(26) After the close of the program, the accuracy of all LROs' reports and documentation shall be reviewed. Documentation for specified LROs should be forwarded to the National Board as requested. In the event expenditures violate the eligible costs under this award, the Local Board must require reimbursement to the National Board.

Local Boards are required to remain in operation until all program and compliance requirements of the National Board have been satisfied. All records related to the program must be retained for three (3) years from the end-of-program date.

(27) Each jurisdiction will be granted the option to extend its spending period by 30, 60, or 90 days. This option will be offered during the summer of each phase. The extension applies to the entire jurisdiction. Should the jurisdiction receive a grant in the next phase, that phase's spending period will begin the day after the chosen end-date.

5.1 Variances and Waivers

(a) Variances. Local Boards may receive requests for variances in the budgets they have approved for LROs. Local Boards may allow such changes provided that the requested items are eligible under this program. If there is any doubt on the part of the Local Board as to eligibility, it should contact the National Board for clarification.

If an expenditure requested by an LRO falls outside the program guidelines, the Local Board, if in accord, should request in writing a waiver from the National Board in advance of the expenditure.

(b) Waivers. Waivers requested because of a compliance exception must be submitted to the Local and then National Board for review. National Board staff will evaluate waiver requests and use discretion to approve or deny requests. In general, the National Board considers waiver requests that are not within the guidelines, but address the program's intent.

The waiver request from the Local Board should clearly state the need for this exception, approximate costs, timelines or any other pertinent information it deems necessary for the National Board to make their decision.

6.0 Local Recipient Organizations' Roles and Responsibilities

(a) Local Recipient Organizations' roles and responsibilities.

(1) In selecting LROs to receive funds, the Local Board must consider the demonstrated ability of an organization to provide food and shelter assistance. LROs should be selected to receive funds to supplement and extend eligible ongoing services, not to be funded in anticipation of a needed service (i.e., fire, flood, or tornado victims); neither should agencies be selected for funding

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due to budget shortfalls nor for cuts in other funding sources. Local participation in the program is not limited to organizations that are part of any State or national organization. Agencies on Indian reservations are eligible to receive EFSP funds if they meet LRO requirements as set forth in the program manual. Organizations that received awards from previous legislation may again be eligible provided that the organization still meets eligibility requirements.

(2) For a local organization to be eligible for funding it must:

(i) be nonprofit or an agency of government;

(ii) have an accounting system or an approved fiscal agent;

(iii) have a Federal employer identification number (FEIN), or be in the process of securing FEIN (Note: contact local IRS office for more information on securing FEIN and the necessary form [SS-4];

(iv) conduct an independent annual audit if receiving $25,000 or more from EFSP;

(v) practice nondiscrimination (those agencies with a religious affiliation wishing to participate in the program must agree not to refuse services to an applicant based on religion or require attendance at religious services as a condition of assistance, nor will such groups engage in any religious proselytizing in any program receiving EFSP funds); and,

(vi) for private voluntary organizations, have a voluntary board.

Each LRO will be responsible for certifying in writing to the Local Board that it has read and agrees to abide by the cost eligibility and reporting standards of this publication and any other requirements made by the Local Board.

An LRO may not operate as a vendor for itself or other LROs except for the shared maintenance fee for food banks.

(3) LROs selected for funding must:

(i) Maintain records according to the guidelines set forth in the manual. Consult the Local Board chair/staff on matters requiring interpretation or clarification prior to incurring an expense or entering into a contract. It is important to have a thorough understanding of these guidelines to avoid ineligible expenditures and consequent repayment of funds. LROs' questions can be answered by National Board staff at (703) 706-9660.

(ii) Provide services within the intent of the program. Funds are to be used to supplement and extend food and shelter services, not as a substitute for other program funds. LROs should take the most cost- effective approach in buying or leasing eligible items/services, and should limit purchases to essential items within the $300 limit for equipment, unless prior approval has been granted by the National Board.

(iii) Deposit funds for this program in a federally insured bank account. Proper documentation must be maintained for all expenditures under this program according to the guidelines. Agencies should ensure that selected banks will return canceled checks. LROs' expenditures and documentation will be subject to review for program compliance by the Local Board, National Board or Federal authorities. Records must be maintained for three years and any interest income must be put back into program expenditures.

6.1 Independent Annual Audit Requirements

(a) LROs receiving $25,000 or less in EFSP funding. No independent annual audit will be required for these LROs.

(b) LROs receiving $25,000 or more in EFSP funding. An independent annual audit in accordance with Government Auditing Standards will be required for these LROs.

The National Board will accept an LROs national/regional annual audit if the following conditions are met:

(1) The LRO is truly a subsidiary of the national organization (i.e., shares a single Federal tax exemption).

(2) The LRO is audited by the national/regional office internal auditors or other person designated by the national/regional office AND the national/regional office is audited by an independent certified public accountant or public accounting firm, which includes the parent organization's review of the LRO in a larger audit review.

(3) A copy of the local audit review by the parent organization along with a copy of the independent audit of the national/regional office will be made available to the National Board upon request.

In addition to the above requirements, any LRO receiving $100,000 or more in combined federal funds must have an audit made in accordance with OMB Circulars A-128 or A-133, as applicable.

Audits of units of government shall be made annually unless State or local government had, by January 1, 1987, a constitutional or statutory requirement for less frequent audits. For those governments' biennial audits, covering both years are permitted.

6.2 Fiscal Agent/Fiscal Conduit Relationship

(a) For National Board purposes, a fiscal agent is an agency that maintains all EFSP financial records for another agency. A fiscal conduit is an EFSP-funded agency that maintains all EFSP financial records on behalf of one or more agencies under a single grant. If any one agency in a jurisdiction is making bulk purchases for other agencies not funded directly, it must serve as a fiscal conduit and follow all rules, thereof.

(b) The fiscal agent/fiscal conduit is the organization responsible for the receipt of funds, disbursement of funds to vendors, and documentation of funds received. The fiscal agent/fiscal conduit must meet all of the requirements of an LRO.

(c) Local Boards may wish to use a fiscal agent/fiscal conduit when they desire to fund an agency that does not have an adequate accounting system nor conducts an annual audit, but nevertheless meets all other criteria. The Local Board may authorize funds to be channeled through another agency which has been designated as the fiscal agent/conduit. Fiscal agents/conduits will be held accountable for compliance with program requirements.

(d) Any agency benefitting from funds received by a fiscal agent/ fiscal conduit must meet all of the criteria to be an LRO except the accounting system and annual audit requirements and sign the Fiscal Agent/Fiscal Conduit Relationship Certification Form. For tracking purposes, all agencies funded through fiscal agents or fiscal conduits must secure a Federal Employer's Identification Number.

(e) Fiscal agents/fiscal conduits may cut checks to vendors only. They may not cut checks to the agencies on whose behalf they are acting or to agencies/sites under their ``umbrella.'' The exception to this is when an agency is using the per diem allowance for mass shelters or the per meal allowance for served meals.

(f) Fiscal agents will be required to submit individual interim and final reports for each agency. Fiscal conduits will file a single interim report on their awards along with a breakdown of agencies and spending with the final report.

(g) Any LRO with an outstanding compliance exception may not be funded under a fiscal agent/fiscal conduit. If a fiscal agent has an unresolved compliance exception, any other funds awarded to the fiscal agent (either as a grant for its own program or as fiscal agent for another agency) will

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be held in escrow until all compliance exceptions are resolved. Fiscal conduits will be audited as a single award, and will be handled as any other LRO.

6.3 Financial Terms and Conditions

(a) Definitions.

``Local Recipient Organization'' refers to the local private or public organizations that will receive any award of funds from the National Board.

``Award'' refers to the award of funds made by the National Board to a local private or public organization on the recommendation of a Local Board.

``End-of-program date'' refers to the date, as agreed upon by Local and National Board, by which all monies in a given jurisdiction must be spent or returned.

(b) Amendments.

An award may be amended at any time by a written modification. Amendments that reflect the rights and obligations of either party shall be executed by both the National Board and the LRO. Administrative amendments such as changes in accounting data may be issued unilaterally by the National Board.

(c) Local Board Authority Related to LROs.

(1) The Local Board is responsible for monitoring expenditures of LROs providing food and/or shelter services, authorizing the adjustment of funds between food and shelter programs, and reallocating funds from one LRO to another.

(2) Local Boards may not alter or change National Board cost eligibility or approve expenditures outside the National Board's criteria without National Board permission. (Refer to Section 3.1 on Variances and Waivers.)

(3) A Local Board can call back funds from an LRO and reallocate to another LRO in the case of gross negligence, inadequate use of funds, failure to use funds, failure to use funds for purposes intended, or for any other violation of the National Board guidelines, or in cases of critical need in the community. The Local Board must advise, in writing, all concerned LROs of any reallocation of their original award.

(4) In the event the Local Board discovers ineligible expenditures by an LRO, the Local Board must send to the organization a written request for reimbursement of the amount. The National Board must also be notified. If the LRO is unwilling or unable to reimburse the National Board for the ineligible expenditures, the Local Board must refer the matter to the National Board. The National Board may ask the Local Board to take further action to see that reimbursement of ineligible expenditures is made to the National Board, or the National Board may refer the matter to FEMA.

If the Local Board suspects that fraud has been committed by an LRO, the Local Board must contact the Office of the Inspector General, FEMA, in writing or by telephone at 1-800-323-8603 with details of suspected fraud or misuse of Federal funds.

(5) If an LRO received an award under previous phases, it must not include those funds in any reporting for the present awards. Reports should be confined to the amount granted by the National Board under the new appropriations legislation.

(d) Cash Depositories.

(1) Any money advanced to the LRO under the terms of this award must be deposited in a bank with Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) or Federal Savings & Loan Insurance Corporation (FSLIC) insurance coverage (whose responsibility has been taken over by FDIC), and the balance exceeding the FDIC or FSLIC coverage must be collaterally secured. Interest income earned on these monies must be put back into program costs.

(2) LROs are encouraged to use minority banks (a bank which is owned at least 50 percent by minority group members). This is consistent with the national goal of expanding the opportunities for minority business enterprises. A list of minority-owned banks can be obtained from the Office of Minority Business Enterprises, Department of Commerce, Washington, DC 20203.

(e) Retention and Custodial Requirements for Records.

(1) Financial records, supporting documentation, statistical records, and all other records pertinent to the award shall be retained for a period of three years, with the following exceptions:

(i) If any litigation, claim or audit is started before the expiration of the three-year period, the records shall be retained until all litigation, claims or audit findings involving the records have been resolved.

(ii) Records for nonexpendable property, if any, acquired in part with Federal funds shall be retained for three years after submission of a final report. Nonexpendable property is defined as tangible property having a useful life of more than one year and an acquisition cost of more than $300 per unit.

(2) The retention period starts from the date of the submission by the LRO of the final expenditure report.

(3) The National Board may request transfer of certain records to its custody from the LRO when it determines that the records possess long-term retention value. The LRO shall make such transfers as requested.

(4) The Director of FEMA, the Comptroller General of the United States, and the National Board, or any of their duly authorized representatives, shall have access to any pertinent books, documents, papers, and records of the recipient organization, and its subgrantees to make audits, examinations, excerpts and transcripts.

(f) Financial management systems.

(1) The LRO/fiscal agent or fiscal conduit shall maintain a financial management system that provides for the following:

(i) Accurate, current and complete disclosures of the financial results of this program.

(ii) Records that identify adequately the source and application of funds for federally supported activities. These records shall contain information pertaining to Federal awards, authorizations, obligations, unobligated balances, assets, outlays, and incomes.

(iii) Effective control over and accountability for all funds, property, and other assets.

(iv) Procedures for determining eligibility of costs in accordance with the provisions of the EFSP manual.

(v) Accounting records that are supported by source documentation. The LRO must maintain and retain a register of cash receipts and disbursements and original supporting documentation such as purchase orders, invoices, canceled checks, and whatever other documentation is necessary to support its costs under the program.

(vi) A systematic method to ensure timely and appropriate resolution of audit findings and recommendations.

(vii) In cases where more than one civil jurisdiction (e.g., a city and a balance of county, or several counties) recommends awards to the same LRO, the organization can combine these funds in a single account. However, separate program records for each civil jurisdiction award must be kept.

(h) Payment.

A first payment shall be made to the LRO by the Secretariat upon recommendation of the Local Board and approval by the National Board. Second check requests include an interim report to be completed by each LRO. The request is signed by the Local Board Chair, and mailed to the National Board. Second/third installments will be held until the jurisdiction's final Local Board report and documentation for the previous year has been reviewed and found to be clear.

(i) Financial reporting requirements.

LROs shall submit a financial status report to the Local Board which will be

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forwarded to the National Board 45 days after the jurisdiction's program ending date.

The National Board shall provide the LRO, through the Local Board, with the necessary report forms well in advance of report deadlines.

(j) Closeout procedures.

(1) The following definitions shall apply to closeout procedures:

``Close-out'' is the process by which the National Board determines that all applicable administrative actions and all required work of the award have been completed.

``Disallowed costs'' are those charges that the National Board determined to be unallowable in accordance with the legislation, National Board requirements, applicable Federal cost principles, or other conditions contained in the award. The applicable cost principles for Private Voluntary Organizations are contained in OMB Circular A- 122, ``Cost Principles Applicable for Non-Profit Agencies,'' and OMB Circular A-110, ``Uniform Administrative Requirements for Grants and Other Agreements with Institutions of Higher Education, Hospitals, and Other Non-Profit Organizations.'' The applicable cost principles for Public Organizations are contained in OMB Circular A-87, ``Cost Principles for State Agencies and Units of Local Governments.'' If you are unsure of where to find these circulars, check with your local Congressional Representative.

(k) Suspension and Termination Procedures.

(1) The following definitions shall apply:

(i) ``Termination'' of the award means the cancellation of Federal assistance, in whole or in part, under the award at any time prior to the date of completion.

(ii) ``Suspension'' of the award is an action by the Local Board or National Board that temporarily suspends Federal assistance under the award pending corrective action by the LRO or pending a decision by the National Board to terminate the award.

(iii) ``Local Board Authority'' is authority to suspend/reallocate all or a portion of an LRO's award at its discretion for any cause (i.e., inability to deliver services, suspected fraud, violation of eligible costs, changing need in the community, etc.).

(l) Lobbying.

(1) Public Law 101-121, Section 319, states that an LRO shall not use Federally appropriated grant funds for lobbying activities. This condition bars the use of Federal money for political activities, but does not in any way restrict lobbying or political activities paid for with non-Federal funds. This condition prohibits the use of Federal grant funds for the following activities:

(i) Federal, State or local electioneering and support of such entities as campaign organizations and political action committees;

(ii) Direct lobbying of the Congress and State legislatures to influence legislation;

(iii) Grassroots lobbying concerning either Federal or State legislation;

(iv) Lobbying of the Executive branch in connection with decisions to sign or veto enrolled legislation; and,

(v) Efforts to utilize State or local officials to lobby the Congressional or State Legislatures.

(2) Any LRO that will receive more than $100,000 in EFSP funds is required to submit the following prior to grant payment:

(i) a certification form that EFSP funds will not be used for lobbying activities; and,

(ii) a disclosure of lobbying activities (if applicable). This certification and disclosure must be submitted prior to grant payment.

6.4 Grant Payment Process

United Way of America has been designated as the fiscal agent for the National Board and as such will process all Local Board plans. Payments will be made to organizations recommended by Local Boards for funding.

The National Board offers two methods of payment to LROs: direct deposit (electronic funds transfer) or checks. The National Board encourages LROs to take advantage of direct deposit where possible.

All awards totaling less than $100,000 will be paid in two equal installments. Awards totaling $100,000 or more will be paid in two equal installments upon submission of lobbying certification and disclosure.

The National Board will distribute second payments once the jurisdiction's compliance review is completed for the previous program period. Second payments will be held in escrow until all compliance exceptions are satisfied by the LRO. The deadline to request all second payments under Phase XVI is July 31, 1998. Therefore, for those LROs ineligible to receive their second checks due to unresolved compliance exceptions, Local Boards must reallocate their escrowed awards by July 31, 1998.

All payments will be mailed directly to the LRO. Second payments will be mailed to the LRO only upon the written request of the Local Board Chair along with the LRO's interim report. The Local Board will authorize second payments once they are assured that the organization is implementing the current program as intended and according to these guidelines.

6.5 Eligibility of Costs

The intent of this appropriation is for the purchase of food and shelter to supplement and extend current available resources and not to substitute or reimburse ongoing programs and services. Questions regarding interpretation of the program's guidelines should be cleared by the LRO with the Local Board prior to action. Local Boards unsure of the meaning of these guidelines should contact the National Board at (703) 706-9660 for clarification prior to advising the LRO. If an expenditure requested by an LRO is not listed below as eligible, the Local Board has the option of requesting a waiver from the National Board for consideration.

No individual or family may be charged a fee for service with relation to assistance under EFSP.

(a) Eligible Program Costs.

Eligible program costs include, but are not limited to:

For food banks/pantries, eligible costs include:

(1) Groceries, food vouchers, vegetable seeds, gift certificates for food. Documentation required: receipts/invoices for food purchased and canceled checks.

(2) An allowance for maintenance fees charged by food banks can be granted by a Local Board at the prevailing rate. EFSP funds cannot be used to pay such a maintenance fee twice: by a food bank and by the food pantry/agency it is serving. Food banks may operate as both a vendor and LRO. Documentation required: receipts/invoices for food purchased and canceled checks.

(3) Transportation expenses related to the delivery of purchased and donated food; limited to actual fuel costs. Documentation required: (1) mileage log at the current Federal rate (30 cents per mile), with departure, destination and trip purpose; or, (2) receipts/invoices from contracted services or public transportation, receipts for actual fuel costs; and canceled checks.

(4) Purchase of small equipment not exceeding $300 per item and essential to operation of food bank or pantry (e.g., shelving, storage containers). Documentation required: receipts/invoices for equipment purchased and canceled checks.

(5) Purchase of consumable supplies essential to distribution of food (e.g., bags, boxes). Documentation required: receipts/invoices for supplies purchased and canceled checks.

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For mass shelters (five or more beds) or mass feeding sites, eligible expenditures include:

(6) Food (hot meals, groceries, food vouchers). Limited amounts of dessert items (i.e., cookies, ice cream, candy, etc.) used as a part of a daily diet plan may be purchased. Also allowable are vegetable seeds and vegetable plants cultivated in an agency's garden on-site and canning supplies. Documentation required: receipts/invoices for food purchased and canceled checks or served meals per diem schedule).

(7) Local transportation expenses for picking up/delivery of food; transporting clients to mass shelter or feeding site. Limited to actual fuel costs, a mileage log at the current Federal rate (30 cents per mile), contracted services or public transportation. Documentation required: (1) mileage log, or (2) receipts/invoices from contracted services or public transportation, receipts for actual fuel costs, and canceled checks.

(8) Purchase of consumable supplies essential to mass feeding (i.e., plastic cups, utensils, detergent, etc.) or mass shelters of five or more beds (i.e., soap, toothbrushes, toothpaste, cleaning supplies, etc.) Documentation required: receipts/invoices for supplies purchased and canceled checks.

(9) Purchase of small equipment not exceeding $300 per item and essential to mass feeding (i.e., pots, pans, toasters, blenders, etc.) or mass shelters (i.e., cots, blankets, linens, etc.). Documentation required: receipts/invoices for equipment purchased and canceled checks.

(10) Leasing, only for the program period, of capital equipment associated with mass feeding or mass shelter (e.g., stoves, freezers, or vans with costs over $300 per item) only if approved in advance by the Local Board. Documentation required: written Local Board approval, copy of lease agreement, and canceled checks.

(11) With prior Local Board approval, minor emergency repair of small equipment essential to mass feeding or sheltering not exceeding $300 in repair costs per item. Equipment eligible for repairs are any that if not repaired would force the LRO to terminate or curtail services (e.g. stove, refrigerator, hot water heater). Routine maintenance and service contracts are not eligible expenses. Documentation required: receipts or bills for equipment repair and canceled checks.

(12) Limited amounts of basic first-aid supplies (e.g., aspirin, band-aids, cough syrup) for mass shelter providers and mass feeding sites only. Documentation required: receipts/invoices for first-aid supplies and canceled checks.

(13) Emergency repairs/building code of a mass feeding facility or mass shelter, provided:

(i) The facility is owned by a not-for-profit organization (profit- making facilities, leased facilities, government facilities, and individual residences are not eligible); and,

(ii) The emergency repair/building code plan and the contract detailing work to be done and material and equipment to be used or purchased is approved by the Local Board prior to the start of the emergency repair/building code project; and,

(iii) The emergency repair/building code is limited to:

(A) Bring facility into compliance with local building codes; or,

(B) An emergency repair that is required to keep the facility open for the current program phase.

(C) Maximum expenditure: $2,500.

(D) No award funds are used for decorative or non-essential purposes or routine maintenance/repairs.

(E) All emergency repair work is completed and paid for by the end of the jurisdiction's award phase. (Expenses which occur after that date will not be accepted as eligible costs.) Documentation required: letter from Local Board indicating approval and amount approved, copy of contract including cost or invoices for supplies and contract labor, document citing building code violation requiring the repair (for building code repairs) and canceled checks.

(14) Expenses incurred from accessibility improvements for the disabled are eligible for mass feeding or mass shelter facilities up to a limit of $2,500. These improvements may include those required by the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. A building code citation is not necessary for accessibility improvements.

Note: All social service providers are mandated to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Documentation required: copy of contract describing work to be done including cost, letter from Local Board indicating approval and amount approved, and canceled checks.

For mass shelter providers, there are two options for eligible costs. One option must be selected at the beginning of the program year and continued throughout the entire year. Note the documentation requirements for each option.

(15) Reimbursement of actual direct eligible costs; in which case canceled checks and vendor invoices for supplies/equipment essential to the operation of the mass shelter (e.g., cots, mattresses, soap, linens, blankets, cleaning supplies, etc.) must be maintained. Documentation required: receipts/invoices from vendor relating to operation of facility and canceled checks.

(16) Per diem allowance of exactly $5 per person or exactly $10 per person per night for mass shelter (five beds or more) providers, only if:

(i) Approved in advance by the Local Board; and,

(ii) LROs total mass shelter award is expended in this manner.

Note: It is the decision of the Local Board to choose between the $5/$10 rate. This rate may vary from agency to agency. The $5/ $10 per diem, if elected, may be expended by the LRO for any cost related to the operation of the mass shelter; it is not limited to otherwise eligible items. The per diem allowance does not include the additional costs associated with food. Documentation required: schedule showing daily rate of $5 or $10 and number of persons sheltered by date with totals. Supporting documentation must be retained on-site, e.g., checks, invoices and service records.

For mass feeding programs, there are two options for eligible costs. One option must be selected at the beginning of the program year and continued throughout the entire year. Note the documentation requirements for each option.

(17) Reimbursement of actual direct eligible costs; in which case canceled checks and vendor invoices for supplies/equipment essential to the operation of the mass feeding programs (e.g., food, paper products, cleaning products, pots and pans, etc.) must be maintained. Documentation required: receipts/invoices from vendor relating to operation of facility and canceled checks.

(18) Per meal allowance of $1.50 per meal served only if:

(i) Approved in advance by the Local Board; and,

(ii) LRO's total mass feeding award is expended in this manner.

The $1.50 per meal allowance, if elected, may be expended by the LRO for any related cost; it is not limited to otherwise eligible items. The per meal allowance does not include the additional costs associated with shelter. Documentation required: schedule showing meal rate of $1.50 and number of meals served by date with totals. Supporting documentation must be retained on-site, e.g., checks/ invoices and service records.

(19) For all agencies, eligible costs include the purchase of diapers for distribution to individuals/families. Vouchers to grocery stores may include diapers. Note: Local Boards should use discretion in selecting LROs to provide

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this service, taking into consideration the cost effectiveness of bulk purchasing. Documentation required: receipts/invoices for diapers purchased and canceled checks.

For rent/mortgage assistance, eligible program costs include:

(20) Limited emergency rent or mortgage assistance for individuals or families, provided that:

(i) Payment is in arrears or due within 5 days; and,

(ii) All other resources have been exhausted; and,

(iii) The client is primary resident of the home in which rent/ mortgage is being paid and responsible for the rent/mortgage on the home or apartment where the rent/mortgage assistance is to be paid;

(iv) Payment is limited to one month's cost for each individual or family. Assistance can be provided for a full month's rent/mortgage all at one time, or in separate payments over a period of up to 90 consecutive days so long as the total amount paid does not exceed one month's costs;

(v) Assistance is provided only once in each award phase for each individual or family; and,

(vi) Payment must guarantee an additional 30 days service.

Note: Late fees, legal fees, and deposits are ineligible. Payments for trailers and lots are eligible and can be paid to a mortgage company or to a private landlord. Documentation required: letters from landlords (must include amount of one month's rent and statement that rent is past due), mortgage letters and/or copy of loan coupon showing mortgage amount and date due and canceled checks.

(21) First month's rent may be paid when an individual or family:

(i) Is transient and plans to stay in the area for an extended period of time; or,

(ii) Is moving from a temporary shelter to a more permanent living arrangement; or,

(iii) Is being evicted because one month payment will not forestall eviction.

The first month's rent cannot be provided in addition to emergency rent/mortgage payment under Item 20 above. It can be provided in addition to assistance provided for off-site and mass shelter. Documentation required: letters from landlords [must include amount of first month's rent] and canceled checks.

For utility assistance, eligible program costs include:

(22) Limited utility assistance (includes gas, coal, electricity, oil, water, firewood) for individuals or families, provided that:

(i) Payment is in arrears; and,

(ii) All other resources have been exhausted (e.g., State's Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program); and,

(iii) Payment is limited to one month's cost for each utility for each individual or family; and,

(iv) Month paid is part of the arrearage and from current phase or for continuous service; and,

(v) Each utility can be paid only once in each award phase for any individual or family.

(vi) Payment must guarantee an additional 30 days service.

Note: Reconnect are eligible. Late fees and deposits are ineligible. Utility assistance can be provided in addition to eligible rent/mortgage assistance. The National Board encourages the use of the metered utility verification form (along with a copy of the past due utility bill) as the preferred method for verifying eligible utility assistance. Documentation required: (1) nonmetered utilities [e.g., propane, firewood], receipts/invoices for fuel including due date and canceled checks; (2) metered utilities [e.g., electricity, water], copy of past due utility bill showing one month's charges including due date and canceled checks.

Note: Utility disconnect and termination notices often do not show amount owed by month. This information must verified with the utility company and written onto the notice or metered utility verification form if not included.

For other shelter assistance, eligible program costs include:

(23) Off-site emergency lodging in a hotel or motel, or other off- site shelter facility provided:

(i) No appropriate on-site shelter is available; and,

(ii) It is limited to 30-days' assistance per individual or family during the program period.

Note: Assistance may be extended in extreme cases with prior Local Board written approval. A copy of this approval should accompany LRO's documentation.

Note: An LRO may not operate as a vendor for itself or other LROs, except for shared maintenance fee for food banks. Documentation required: receipts/invoices from off-site shelter (hotel/motel) and canceled checks.

(b) Ineligible Program Costs.

Purposes for which funds CANNOT BE USED include, but are not limited to:

(1) Cash payments of any kind including checks made out to cash or reimbursements to staff, volunteers or clients for program purchases.

(2) Deposits of any kind.

(3) Payment of more than one month's rent amount.

(4) Payment of more than one month's mortgage, first month's mortgage, or down payment on mortgage.

(5) Transportation of people not related to the direct provision of food or shelter (e.g. to another agency, another city, relative's home, transportation to jobs, health care, etc.).

(6) Payment of more than one month's portion of an accumulated utility bill.

(7) Payments made directly to a client.

(8) Rental security; deposits; revolving loan accounts.

(9) Real property (land or buildings) costing more than $300.

(10) Property taxes of any kind.

(11) Equipment costing more than $300 per item (e.g., vehicles, freezers, washers).

(12) Emergency repairs/building code or rehabilitation to government-owned or profit-making facilities or leased facilities.

(13) Routine maintenance of agency facilities; routine maintenance or service contracts on equipment.

(14) Rehabilitation for expansion of service.

(15) Repairs of any kind to an individual's house or apartment.

(16) Purchase of supplies or equipment for an individual's home or private use.

(17) Lease-purchase agreements.

(18) Administrative cost reimbursement to State or regional offices of governmental or voluntary organizations.

(18) Lobbying efforts.

(19) Expenditures made prior to beginning of jurisdiction's program.

(20) Expenditures made after end of jurisdiction's program.

(21) Gas or repairs for client-owned transportation.

(22) Repairs to LRO-owned vehicles.

(23) Prescription medication or medical supplies.

(24) Clothing (except underwear/diapers for clients of mass shelters, if necessary).

(25) Payments for expenses not incurred (i.e., where no goods or services have been provided during new program period).

(26) Emergency assistance for natural disaster victims.

(i) Supplies bought for and in anticipation of a natural disaster.

(27) Telephone costs, except as administrative allowance and limited to the total allowance (2 percent).

(28) Salaries, except as administrative allowance and limited to the total allowance (2 percent).

(29) Office equipment, except as administrative allowance and limited to the total allowance (2 percent).

(30) LRO may not operate as a vendor for itself or other LROs, except for shared maintenance fee for food banks.

(31) Direct expenses associated with new or expanded services or to prevent closing.

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(32) Increased utility costs due to expansion of service.

(33) Encumbrance of funds for shelter, emergency repairs, utilities, that is, payments for goods or services that are purchased and are to be delivered at a later date. Also, withholding assistance in anticipation of a future need (e.g., holiday events, special programs).

(34) Supplementing foster care costs, where an LRO has already received payment for basic boarding of a client. Comprehensive foster care costs beyond food and shelter are not allowed.

(35) No fee for service may be charged to individuals or families in order to receive service.

(c) Administrative allowance.

(1) There is an administrative allowance limitation of two percent (2%) of total funds received by the Local Board, excluding any interest earned. This allowance is a part of the total award, not in addition to the award. The local administrative allowance is intended for use by LROs or Local Boards and not for reimbursement of the program or administrative costs that a recipient's parent organization (its State or regional offices) might incur as a result of this additional funding.

(2) The Local Board may elect to use, for its own administrative costs, all or any portion of the 2 percent allowance. The decision on distribution of the allowance among LROs rests with the Local Board. No LRO may receive an allowance greater than 2 percent of that LRO's award amount unless the LRO is providing the administrative support for the Local Board and it is approved by the National Board.

(3) The SSA Committee, when in operation, may utilize a maximum of one-half of one percent (0.5%) for its administrative costs in allocating the SSA grant. As with Local Board awards, this administrative allowance is part of the total award, not in addition to the award.

(4) Any of the administrative allowance not used must be put back into program funds for additional services. Note: The administrative allowance may only be allocated in whole-dollar amounts.

Required Documentation: None with the final report; LROs receiving funds for administration must retain documentation that the funds were spent on the direct administration of EFSP.

6.6 Required Documentation

(a) Documentation.

LRO Documentation of EFSP expenditures requires copies of canceled checks (both sides) and itemized vendor invoices. An acceptable invoice has the following characteristics:

(1) It must be vendor originated;

(2) It must have name of vendor;

(3) It must have name of purchaser;

(4) It must have date of purchase;

(5) It must be itemized; and,

(6) It must have total cost of purchase.

Documentation may also include: per diem schedule, per meal allowance schedule, and mileage logs.

All LROs will be required to periodically submit documentation to the National Board to ensure continued program compliance. Any LRO receiving over $100,000 in Federal funds must comply with OMB Circular A-133.

(b) Reports.

In addition to the aforementioned documentation, reports to the Local Board must be submitted by their due date. Interim report/second and third check request forms will be enclosed in the LROs' first check package. When the LRO is ready to request its second/third check it must complete and sign the interim report and forward it to the Local Board for its review and approval. The reverse side (second/third check request) should be completed by the Local Board chair and mailed to the National Board. LROs must complete all portions of the final report form, return two copies to the Local Board, including one copy of documentation if requested, and retain a copy for their records.

The LRO must work with the Local Board to quickly clear up any problems related to compliance exception(s) at the end of the program.

7.0 Local Appeals Process

(a) Fairness and openness. An appeals process is a statement to eligible agencies and to the community at large that the Local Board is interested in fairness and openness.

A good appeals process begins with prevention. If the Local Board includes both representatives of affiliates of the National Board and representatives of other groups involved with assisting hungry and homeless people, it is less likely to experience an appeal. Similarly, if the Local Board's decision-making process is open, thorough, and even-handed, appeals are less likely.

It is the responsibility of the Local Board to establish a written appeals process. That process may be simple or elaborate, depending on the needs of the community.

(b) Appeals guidelines. The appeal process should meet the following guidelines:

(1) It should be available to agencies and to the public upon request;

(2) It should be timely, without undue delay;

(3) It should include the basis for appeal (e.g., Provision of information not previously available to the group making the appeal or to the Local Board; correction of erroneous information; violation of Federal or National Board guidelines; or allegation of bias, fraud, or misuse of Federal funds on the part of the Local Board may be cause for appeal);

(4) The decision should be communicated to the organization making the appeal in a timely manner. In the case of an appeal on the basis of fraud or other abuse of Federal funds, the agency making the appeal must be informed of the right of referral to the National Board;

(c) Primary decision maker. Except for cost and LRO eligibility, the Local Board is the primary decision maker. Only when there is significant question of misapplication of guidelines, fraud, or other abuse on the part of the Local Board will the National Board consider action.

(d) Common appeals practices. The National Board does not mandate any particular appeals process. However, some Local Boards have developed processes which work well for them and may offer some help to other communities. Common practices include the following:

(1) Set a time period of not more than 30 days for agencies or organizations to appeal a funding decision;

(2) Require written notice of appeal, signed by the Chief Volunteer Officer of the organization making the appeal;

(3) The first level of appeal is usually to the Local Board, or to an executive committee of the board;

(e) Appeals boards; delegations. Some boards appoint one or more members to act as a liaison with the organization making the appeal:

(1) In the case of an appeal for the purpose of providing previously unavailable information or correction of erroneous information, the process usually ends with prompt notification of decision (within ten working days of appeal).

(2) In the case of appeals for the purpose of contesting alleged prejudice, violation of law or National Board guidelines, fraud, or misuse of Federal funds, some boards have allowed appeals to a group other than the board itself. This practice is not mandated but is permitted by the National Board. Such groups may simply be composed of different individuals representing the same organizations that make up the Local Board. They may also include an entirely different group of persons who have knowledge of the program and are deemed by the board to be both

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responsible and unbiased, and to hold the trust of the community at large.

(3) If the board chooses to delegate authority to any third party in an appeals process, the power and authority of that body should be clear. Is it simply advisory to the Local Board? Will the board abide by the decisions of this body as long as they are consistent with the law and the National Board guidelines?

(4) The disposition of appeals is often communicated by telephone to the chief professional and volunteer officers of the organization appealing immediately after a decision is made. In such cases, a written communication is sent as soon as possible confirming the action taken. The written communication is, of course, the official notification.

(f) National Board role. It is important to reaffirm that no single appeals process is mandated or advised by the National Board.

8.0 Allocations Formula

(a) Designation of Target Areas.

Local jurisdictions will be selected to receive funds from the National Board based on average unemployment statistics from the U.S. Department of Labor for the most current 12-month period (August 1, 1996-July 31, 1997) available. Also used are poverty statistics from the 1990 Census. The Board adopted this combined approach in order to target funds for high-need areas more effectively. Funds designated for a particular jurisdiction must be used to provide services within that jurisdiction.

The National Board based its determination of high-need jurisdictions on four factors:

(1) Most current twelve-month national unemployment rates;

(2) Total number of unemployed within a civil jurisdiction;

(3) Total number of individuals below the poverty level within a civil jurisdiction; and,

(4) The total population of the civil jurisdiction.

In addition to unemployment, poverty was used to qualify a jurisdiction for receipt of an award.

(b) Fiscal Year 1998 Formula.

Jurisdictions were selected under Phase XVI (PL 104-204) according to the following criteria:

(1) Jurisdictions, including balance of counties, with 18,000+ unemployed and a 4.5% rate of unemployment.

(2) Jurisdictions, including balance of counties, with 400 to 17,999 unemployed and a 6.8% rate of unemployment.

(3) Jurisdictions, including balance of counties, with 400 or more unemployed and an 11.7% rate of poverty.

Jurisdictions with a minimum of 400 unemployed may qualify for an award based upon their rate of unemployment or their rate of poverty. Once a jurisdiction's eligibility is established, the National Board will determine its fund distribution based on a ratio calculated as follows: the average number of unemployed within an eligible area divided by the average number of unemployed covered by the national program equals the area's portion of the award (less National Board administrative costs, and less that portion of program funds required to fulfill designated awards).

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Puerto Rico and U.S. territories will receive a designated percentage of the total award based on the decision of the National Board.

9.0 Amendments to Plan

The National Board reserves the right to amend this Plan at any time. Kay C. Goss, Associate Director for Preparedness, Training and Exercises.

The following is a list of Phase XVI (fiscal year 1998) allocations. These jurisdictions were notified in October, 1997, regarding this award.

Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program--Phase XVI Allocations

Alabama

16-0030-00................... Autauga County.........

$10,988.00 16-0032-00................... Baldwin County.........

32,165.00 16-0034-00................... Barbour County.........

14,801.00 16-0036-00................... Bibb County............

7,371.00 16-0038-00................... Blount County..........

8,802.00 16-0040-00................... Bullock County.........

7,808.00 16-0042-00................... Butler County..........

14,214.00 16-0044-00................... Calhoun County.........

40,289.00 16-0046-00................... Chambers County........

10,671.00 16-0050-00................... Chilton County.........

11,696.00 16-0052-00................... Choctaw County.........

12,691.00 16-0054-00................... Clarke County..........

17,469.00 16-0060-00................... Coffee County..........

12,345.00 16-0062-00................... Colbert County.........

26,061.00 16-0064-00................... Conecuh County.........

10,581.00 16-0068-00................... Covington County.......

17,499.00 16-0070-00................... Crenshaw County........

7,250.00 16-0072-00................... Cullman County.........

23,302.00 16-0074-00................... Dale County............

14,364.00 16-0076-00................... Dallas County..........

33,446.00 16-0078-00................... De Kalb County.........

24,237.00

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16-0080-00................... Elmore County..........

14,455.00 16-0082-00................... Escambia County........

14,003.00 16-0084-00................... Etowah County..........

34,697.00 16-0088-00................... Franklin County........

17,891.00 16-0090-00................... Geneva County..........

11,922.00 16-0092-00................... Greene County..........

9,737.00 16-0094-00................... Hale County............

7,762.00 16-0098-00................... Houston County.........

27,372.00 16-0102-00................... Jackson County.........

33,009.00 16-0104-00................... Jefferson County.......

159,882.00 16-0108-00................... Lamar County...........

7,943.00 16-0110-00................... Lauderdale County......

33,838.00 16-0112-00................... Lawrence County........

14,334.00 16-0114-00................... Lee County.............

19,881.00 16-0116-00................... Limestone County.......

15,811.00 16-0118-00................... Lowndes County.........

9,179.00 16-0120-00................... Macon County...........

8,184.00 16-0126-00................... Marengo County.........

15,269.00 16-0128-00................... Marion County..........

16,580.00 16-0130-00................... Marshall County........

31,653.00 16-0132-00................... Mobile County..........

149,491.00 16-0136-00................... Monroe County..........

21,132.00 16-0138-00................... Montgomery County......

65,084.00 16-0142-00................... Morgan County..........

34,516.00 16-0144-00................... Perry County...........

6,858.00 16-0146-00................... Pickens County.........

11,139.00 16-0148-00................... Pike County............

12,631.00 16-0150-00................... Randolph County........

6,843.00 16-0152-00................... Russell County.........

14,153.00 16-0154-00................... St. Clair County.......

12,887.00 16-0158-00................... Sumter County..........

10,973.00 16-0160-00................... Talladega County.......

36,521.00 16-0162-00................... Tallapoosa County......

16,535.00 16-0164-00................... Tuscaloosa County......

37,290.00 16-0168-00................... Walker County..........

30,025.00 16-0170-00................... Washington County......

10,069.00 16-0172-00................... Wilcox County..........

7,099.00 16-0174-00................... Winston County.........

12,767.00 16-0176-00................... State Set-Aside

58,003.00 Committee, AL.

Alabama Total.......... 1,415,462.00

Alaska

16-0190-00................... Bethel Census Area.....

7,431.00 16-0196-00................... Fairbanks North Star

50,237.00 Boro.

16-0200-00................... Juneau Borough.........

16,414.00 16-0202-00................... Kenai Peninsula Borough

47,162.00 16-0204-00................... Ketchikan Gateway

10,521.00 Borough.

16-0208-00................... Kodiak Island Borough..

11,048.00 16-0210-00................... Matanuska-Susitna

44,645.00 Census.

16-0216-00................... Prince of Wales-Outer

7,521.00 Ketchikan.

16-0224-00................... Valdez-Cordova Census

8,908.00 Area.

16-0232-00................... State Set-Aside

91,379.00 Committee, AK.

Alaska Total...........

295,266.00

Arizona

16-0242-00................... Apache County..........

$60,080.00 16-0244-00................... Cochise County.........

58,000.00 16-0246-00................... Coconino County........

73,675.00 16-0248-00................... Gila County............

24,207.00 16-0250-00................... Graham County..........

15,992.00 16-0254-00................... La Paz County..........

11,229.00 16-0256-00................... Maricopa County........

728,778.00 16-0268-00................... Mohave County..........

61,662.00 16-0270-00................... Navajo County..........

77,504.00 16-0272-00................... Pima County............

204,265.00 16-0276-00................... Pinal County...........

47,419.00 16-0278-00................... Santa Cruz County......

56,010.00 16-0280-00................... Yavapai County.........

43,922.00 16-0282-00................... Yuma County............

316,285.00 16-0284-00................... State Set-Aside

3,133.00 Committee, AZ.

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Arizona Total.......... 1,782,161.00

Arkansas

16-0304-00................... Arkansas County........

$9,511.00 16-0306-00................... Ashley County..........

12,164.00 16-0308-00................... Baxter County..........

9,481.00 16-0312-00................... Boone County...........

12,209.00 16-0314-00................... Bradley County.........

9,013.00 16-0318-00................... Carroll County.........

10,370.00 16-0320-00................... Chicot County..........

8,742.00 16-0324-00................... Clay County............

7,793.00 16-0326-00................... Cleburne County........

6,843.00 16-0330-00................... Columbia County........

12,616.00 16-0332-00................... Conway County..........

7,762.00 16-0334-00................... Craighead County.......

25,819.00 16-0336-00................... Crawford County........

16,821.00 16-0338-00................... Crittenden County......

17,077.00 16-0340-00................... Cross County...........

7,325.00 16-0344-00................... Desha County...........

10,702.00 16-0346-00................... Drew County............

12,254.00 16-0348-00................... Faulkner County........

30,386.00 16-0354-00................... Garland County.........

26,106.00 16-0358-00................... Greene County..........

16,580.00 16-0360-00................... Hempstead County.......

14,229.00 16-0362-00................... Hot Spring County......

9,722.00 16-0364-00................... Howard County..........

6,346.00 16-0366-00................... Independence County....

15,917.00 16-0370-00................... Jackson County.........

14,485.00 16-0372-00................... Jefferson County.......

43,967.00 16-0376-00................... Johnson County.........

6,557.00 16-0380-00................... Lawrence County........

9,420.00 16-0382-00................... Lee County.............

8,486.00 16-0384-00................... Lincoln County.........

6,074.00 16-0386-00................... Little River County....

7,190.00 16-0388-00................... Logan County...........

7,838.00 16-0390-00................... Lonoke County..........

13,987.00 16-0396-00................... Miller County..........

16,595.00 16-0398-00................... Mississippi County.....

37,712.00 16-0408-00................... Ouachita County........

17,921.00 16-0412-00................... Phillips County........

15,600.00 16-0416-00................... Poinsett County........

10,943.00 16-0418-00................... Polk County............

6,722.00 16-0420-00................... Pope County............

16,927.00 16-0424-00................... Pulaski County.........

112,804.00 16-0430-00................... Randolph County........

14,862.00 16-0432-00................... St. Francis County.....

20,393.00 16-0440-00................... Sebastian County.......

39,053.00 16-0444-00................... Sevier County..........

7,129.00 16-0450-00................... Union County...........

22,880.00 16-0452-00................... Van Buren County.......

7,069.00 16-0454-00................... Washington County......

36,868.00 16-0456-00................... White County...........

26,890.00 16-0462-00................... State Set-Aside

84,245.00 Committee, AR.

Arkansas Total.........

928,405.00

California

16-0634-00................... Alameda County......... $284,662.00 16-0646-00................... Oakland City...........

201,672.00 16-0652-00................... Amador County..........

12,571.00 16-0654-00................... Butte County...........

109,789.00 16-0656-00................... Calaveras County.......

19,082.00 16-0658-00................... Colusa County..........

25,081.00 16-0660-00................... Contra Costa County....

312,607.00 16-0668-00................... Del Norte County.......

15,495.00 16-0464-00................... Fresno City/County.....

736,842.00 16-0676-00................... Glenn County...........

23,890.00 16-0678-00................... Humboldt County........

66,470.00 16-0680-00................... Imperial County........

240,198.00 16-0682-00................... Inyo County............

9,134.00 16-0684-00................... Kern County............

525,508.00 16-0688-00................... Kings County...........

82,915.00

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16-0690-00................... Lake County............

39,370.00 16-0692-00................... Lassen County..........

17,590.00 16-0694-00................... Los Angeles City/County 5,122,911.00 16-0760-00................... Madera County..........

107,950.00 16-0766-00................... Mariposa County........

10,671.00 16-0768-00................... Mendocino County.......

53,176.00 16-0770-00................... Merced County..........

198,115.00 16-0772-00................... Modoc County...........

6,903.00 16-0774-00................... Mono County............

9,466.00 16-0776-00................... Monterey County........

296,117.00 16-0780-00................... Napa County............

49,740.00 16-0784-00................... Nevada County..........

39,204.00 16-0786-00................... Orange County..........

742,735.00 16-0818-00................... Plumas County..........

16,143.00 16-0820-00................... Riverside County.......

741,108.00 16-0824-00................... Sacramento County......

471,880.00 16-0828-00................... San Benito County......

43,786.00 16-0830-00................... San Bernardino County..

705,385.00 16-0840-00................... San Diego County.......

892,482.00 16-0858-00................... San Francisco City/

257,125.00 County.

16-0860-00................... San Joaquin County.....

395,823.00 16-0864-00................... San Luis Obispo County.

80,096.00 16-0866-00................... San Mateo County.......

170,999.00 16-0876-00................... Santa Barbara County...

156,680.00 16-0880-00................... Santa Clara County.....

460,078.00 16-0892-00................... Santa Cruz County......

171,105.00 16-0896-00................... Shasta County..........

101,725.00 16-0900-00................... Siskiyou County........

35,074.00 16-0902-00................... Solano County..........

186,268.00 16-0912-00................... Stanislaus County......

402,772.00 16-0916-00................... Sutter County..........

80,232.00 16-0918-00................... Tehama County..........

34,004.00 16-0920-00................... Trinity County.........

10,852.00 16-0922-00................... Tulare County..........

374,073.00 16-0926-00................... Tuolumne County........

27,070.00 16-0928-00................... Ventura County.........

391,980.00 16-0938-00................... Yolo County............

78,242.00 16-0940-00................... Yuba County............

42,098.00 16-0942-00................... State Set-Aside

194,145.00 Committee, CA.

California Total....... 15,881,089.00

Colorado

16-0968-00................... Adams County...........

$92,682.00 16-0978-00................... Alamosa County.........

6,572.00 16-0990-00................... Boulder County.........

82,236.00 16-1010-00................... Delta County...........

8,501.00 16-1012-00................... Denver City/County.....

179,410.00 16-1026-00................... Fremont County.........

11,139.00 16-1034-00................... Gunnison County........

6,300.00 16-1056-00................... La Plata County........

16,912.00 16-1058-00................... Larimer County.........

73,615.00 16-1062-00................... Las Animas County......

7,973.00 16-1068-00................... Mesa County............

40,440.00 16-1074-00................... Montezuma County.......

11,772.00 16-1076-00................... Montrose County........

13,339.00 16-1078-00................... Morgan County..........

6,647.00 16-1080-00................... Otero County...........

7,551.00 16-1092-00................... Pueblo County..........

46,077.00 16-1098-00................... Rio Grande County......

6,858.00 16-1116-00................... Weld County............

52,754.00 16-1122-00................... State Set-Aside

295,753.00 Committee, CO.

Colorado Total.........

966,531.00

Connecticut

16-1422-01................... Fairfield Census/

$141,886.00 Bridgeport.

16-1422-02................... Fairfield Census/

43,183.00 Danbury.

16-1422-03................... Fairfield Census/

52,436.00 Norwalk.

16-1422-04................... Fairfield Census/

70,943.00 Stamford.

16-1438-00................... Hartford Census County.

382,152.00 16-1456-00................... Middlesex Census County

64,903.00

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16-1458-00................... New Haven Census County

368,014.00 16-1472-00................... New London Census

118,562.00 County.

16-1478-00................... State Set-Aside

119,207.00 Committee, CT.

Connecticut Total...... 1,361,285.00

Delaware

16-1480-00................... Kent County............

$51,865.00 16-1482-00................... New Castle County......

190,714.00 16-1488-00................... State Set-Aside

24,103.00 Committee, DE.

Delaware Total.........

266,682.00

District of Columbia

16-1492-00................... District of Columbia... $318,139.00

District of Columbia

318,139.00 Total.

Florida

16-1556-00................... Alachua County.........

$43,741.00 16-1560-00................... Baker County...........

6,104.00 16-1562-00................... Bay County.............

60,652.00 16-1566-00................... Brevard County.........

148,134.00 16-1570-00................... Broward County.........

562,346.00 16-1586-00................... Citrus County..........

31,668.00 16-1592-00................... Columbia County........

17,379.00 16-1594-00................... Dade County............ 1,149,366.00 16-1604-00................... De Soto County.........

10,611.00 16-1608-00................... Duval County...........

218,900.00 16-1612-00................... Escambia County........

74,203.00 16-1620-00................... Gadsden County.........

13,791.00 16-1626-00................... Gulf County............

8,064.00 16-1630-00................... Hardee County..........

22,473.00 16-1632-00................... Hendry County..........

33,748.00 16-1636-00................... Highlands County.......

34,667.00 16-1638-00................... Hillsborough County....

272,092.00 16-1642-00................... Holmes County..........

6,783.00 16-1644-00................... Indian River County....

56,628.00 16-1646-00................... Jackson County.........

11,983.00 16-1654-00................... Lee County.............

90,511.00 16-1656-00................... Leon County............

53,523.00 16-1660-00................... Levy County............

8,546.00 16-1666-00................... Manatee County.........

54,201.00 16-1668-00................... Marion County..........

68,550.00 16-1670-00................... Martin County..........

51,051.00 16-1674-00................... Nassau County..........

15,962.00 16-1678-00................... Okeechobee County......

23,800.00 16-1680-00................... Orange County..........

234,305.00 16-1684-00................... Osceola County.........

40,576.00 16-1686-00................... Palm Beach County......

469,544.00 16-1694-00................... Pinellas County........

239,143.00 16-1702-00................... Polk County............

197,904.00 16-1706-00................... Putnam County..........

23,619.00 16-1710-00................... St Lucie County........

135,624.00 16-1712-00................... Santa Rosa County......

26,196.00 16-1714-00................... Sarasota County........

58,648.00 16-1718-00................... Seminole County........

101,273.00 16-1720-00................... Sumter County..........

9,405.00 16-1722-00................... Suwannee County........

8,697.00 16-1724-00................... Taylor County..........

11,093.00 16-1728-00................... Volusia County.........

106,579.00 16-1734-00................... Walton County..........

9,481.00 16-1736-00................... Washington County......

7,687.00 16-1738-00................... State Set-Aside

236,803.00 Committee, FL.

Florida Total.......... 5,066,054.00

Georgia

16-1741-00................... Atlanta & College Pk/

$598,324.00 Clayton, Dekalb,

Fulton Cos..

16-1742-00................... Macon/Bibb, Jones

62,687.00 Counties.

16-1772-00................... Appling County.........

11,516.00

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16-1780-00................... Baldwin County.........

13,249.00 16-1784-00................... Barrow County..........

10,687.00 16-1788-00................... Ben Hill County........

8,848.00 16-1798-00................... Brantley County........

6,120.00 16-1804-00................... Bulloch County.........

10,596.00 16-1806-00................... Burke County...........

21,222.00 16-1808-00................... Butts County...........

6,948.00 16-1816-00................... Carroll County.........

28,668.00 16-1818-00................... Catoosa County.........

15,465.00 16-1822-00................... Chatham County.........

83,427.00 16-1828-00................... Chattooga County.......

7,702.00 16-1832-00................... Clarke County..........

21,418.00 16-1840-00................... Cobb County............

148,360.00 16-1842-00................... Coffee County..........

15,223.00 16-1844-00................... Colquitt County........

14,440.00 16-1854-00................... Crisp County...........

10,430.00 16-1860-00................... Decatur County.........

8,260.00 16-1866-00................... Dodge County...........

11,169.00 16-1870-00................... Dougherty County.......

45,580.00 16-1880-00................... Effingham County.......

9,375.00 16-1882-00................... Elbert County..........

11,003.00 16-1884-00................... Emanuel County.........

14,726.00 16-1888-00................... Fannin County..........

7,898.00 16-1892-00................... Floyd County...........

33,054.00 16-1896-00................... Franklin County........

8,471.00 16-1902-00................... Gilmer County..........

7,160.00 16-1906-00................... Glynn County...........

17,710.00 16-1910-00................... Grady County...........

10,581.00 16-1920-00................... Hancock County.........

8,380.00 16-1922-00................... Haralson County........

9,722.00 16-1926-00................... Hart County............

7,989.00 16-1932-00................... Houston County.........

29,241.00 16-1936-00................... Jackson County.........

11,500.00 16-1940-00................... Jeff Davis County......

6,270.00 16-1942-00................... Jefferson County.......

18,027.00 16-1956-00................... Laurens County.........

14,771.00 16-1958-00................... Lee County.............

6,421.00 16-1960-00................... Liberty County.........

19,218.00 16-1966-00................... Lowndes County.........

23,242.00 16-1970-00................... Mc Duffie County.......

15,254.00 16-1974-00................... Macon County...........

11,093.00 16-1976-00................... Madison County.........

6,948.00 16-1980-00................... Meriwether County......

7,747.00 16-1984-00................... Mitchell County........

13,897.00 16-1986-00................... Monroe County..........

6,120.00 16-1994-00................... Muskogee County........

63,426.00 16-1998-00................... Newton County..........

17,846.00 16-2006-00................... Peach County...........

9,631.00 16-2010-00................... Pierce County..........

6,044.00 16-2014-00................... Polk County............

17,484.00 16-2018-00................... Putnam County..........

6,436.00 16-2026-00................... Richmond County........

88,296.00 16-2032-00................... Screven County.........

12,149.00 16-2036-00................... Spalding County........

21,991.00 16-2038-00................... Stephens County........

11,335.00 16-2042-00................... Sumter County..........

18,404.00 16-2052-00................... Telfair County.........

8,064.00 16-2054-00................... Terrell County.........

6,542.00 16-2056-00................... Thomas County..........

14,470.00 16-2058-00................... Tift County............

17,530.00 16-2060-00................... Toombs County..........

17,936.00 16-2066-00................... Troup County...........

22,639.00 16-2072-00................... Union County...........

6,888.00 16-2074-00................... Upson County...........

9,466.00 16-2076-00................... Walker County..........

23,227.00 16-2078-00................... Walton County..........

18,147.00 16-2080-00................... Ware County............

12,239.00 16-2084-00................... Washington County......

9,074.00 16-2086-00................... Wayne County...........

12,179.00 16-2102-00................... Worth County...........

10,611.00 16-2104-00................... State Set-Aside

372,406.00 Committee, GA.

Georgia Total.......... 2,330,617.00

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Hawaii

16-2106-00................... Honolulu City/County... $327,243.00 16-2108-00................... Hawaii County..........

98,364.00 16-2112-00................... Kauai County...........

49,182.00 16-2114-00................... Maui County............

74,474.00

Hawaii Total...........

549,263.00

Idaho

16-2134-00................... Bannock County.........

$29,934.00 16-2138-00................... Benewah County.........

7,431.00 16-2140-00................... Bingham County.........

15,012.00 16-2146-00................... Bonner County..........

24,192.00 16-2150-00................... Boundary County........

6,120.00 16-2156-00................... Canyon County..........

46,002.00 16-2160-00................... Cassia County..........

9,360.00 16-2164-00................... Clearwater County......

7,823.00 16-2168-00................... Elmore County..........

7,928.00 16-2174-00................... Gem County.............

6,361.00 16-2178-00................... Idaho County...........

10,596.00 16-2180-00................... Jefferson County.......

6,210.00 16-2184-00................... Kootenai County........

64,918.00 16-2186-00................... Latah County...........

7,597.00 16-2196-00................... Minidoka County........

11,184.00 16-2198-00................... Nez Perce County.......

11,727.00 16-2204-00................... Payette County.........

10,717.00 16-2208-00................... Shoshone County........

10,506.00 16-2212-00................... Twin Falls County......

22,202.00 16-2214-00................... Valley County..........

6,135.00 16-2218-00................... State Set-Aside

92,787.00 Committee, ID.

Idaho Total............

414,742.00

Illinois

16-2342-00................... Adams County...........

$21,494.00 16-2346-00................... Bond County............

6,511.00 16-2356-00................... Carroll County.........

7,958.00 16-2360-00................... Champaign County.......

42,595.00 16-2364-00................... Christian County.......

17,334.00 16-2366-00................... Clark County...........

6,421.00 16-2372-00................... Coles County...........

17,168.00 16-2374-00................... Cook County............

837,075.00 16-2378-00................... Chicago City........... 1,249,644.00 16-2398-00................... Crawford County........

10,038.00 16-2402-00................... DeKalb County..........

26,483.00 16-2414-00................... Edgar County...........

7,506.00 16-2420-00................... Fayette County.........

9,451.00 16-2424-00................... Franklin County........

30,115.00 16-2426-00................... Fulton County..........

18,509.00 16-2430-00................... Greene County..........

6,617.00 16-2432-00................... Grundy County..........

17,379.00 16-2436-00................... Hancock County.........

7,265.00 16-2446-00................... Jackson County.........

22,941.00 16-2450-00................... Jefferson County.......

22,262.00 16-2456-00................... Johnson County.........

6,225.00 16-2458-00................... Kane County............

138,774.00 16-2464-00................... Kankakee County........

45,128.00 16-2468-00................... Knox County............

20,243.00 16-2470-00................... Lake County............

179,772.00 16-2474-00................... La Salle County........

62,084.00 16-2476-00................... Lawrence County........

10,340.00 16-2482-00................... Logan County...........

11,304.00 16-2484-00................... McDonough County.......

6,572.00 16-2488-00................... McLean County..........

33,039.00 16-2490-00................... Macon County...........

71,309.00 16-2494-00................... Macoupin County........

21,132.00 16-2496-00................... Madison County.........

98,409.00 16-2498-00................... Marion County..........

28,487.00 16-2502-00................... Mason County...........

9,797.00 16-2508-00................... Mercer County..........

7,431.00 16-2512-00................... Montgomery County......

17,364.00

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16-2520-00................... Peoria County..........

80,744.00 16-2524-00................... Perry County...........

14,440.00 16-2528-00................... Pike County............

7,431.00 16-2536-00................... Randolph County........

19,670.00 16-2538-00................... Richland County........

7,461.00 16-2540-00................... Rock Island County.....

48,444.00 16-2542-00................... St. Clair County.......

101,876.00 16-2546-00................... Saline County..........

14,334.00 16-2548-00................... Sangamon County........

66,350.00 16-2560-00................... Stephenson County......

19,112.00 16-2562-00................... Tazewell County........

52,031.00 16-2564-00................... Union County...........

10,702.00 16-2566-00................... Vermilion County.......

45,429.00 16-2568-00................... Wabash County..........

7,099.00 16-2570-00................... Warren County..........

6,376.00 16-2574-00................... Wayne County...........

7,069.00 16-2576-00................... White County...........

7,702.00 16-2580-00................... Will County............

162,197.00 16-2586-00................... Williamson County......

36,551.00 16-2588-00................... Winnebago County.......

103,187.00 16-2594-00................... State Set-Aside

359,975.00 Committee, IL.

Illinois Total......... 4,330,356.00

Indiana

16-2642-00................... Clay County............

$10,129.00 16-2648-00................... Daviess County.........

6,511.00 16-2656-00................... Delaware County........

37,018.00 16-2662-00................... Elkhart County.........

47,298.00 16-2668-00................... Floyd County...........

17,816.00 16-2678-00................... Grant County...........

25,593.00 16-2680-00................... Greene County..........

15,645.00 16-2690-00................... Henry County...........

17,047.00 16-2692-00................... Howard County..........

20,710.00 16-2704-00................... Jennings County........

6,135.00 16-2708-00................... Knox County............

11,968.00 16-2714-00................... Lake County............

93,270.00 16-2716-00................... Gary City..............

66,018.00 16-2720-00................... La Porte County........

34,531.00 16-2724-00................... Madison County.........

35,903.00 16-2728-00................... Marion County..........

211,138.00 16-2738-00................... Monroe County..........

21,207.00 16-2752-00................... Orange County..........

10,219.00 16-2754-00................... Owen County............

6,692.00 16-2758-00................... Perry County...........

10,008.00 16-2770-00................... Randolph County........

16,188.00 16-2776-00................... St. Joseph County......

69,560.00 16-2780-00................... Scott County...........

6,979.00 16-2786-00................... Starke County..........

9,029.00 16-2790-00................... Sullivan County........

10,280.00 16-2794-00................... Tippecanoe County......

24,071.00 16-2800-00................... Vanderburgh County.....

52,166.00 16-2804-00................... Vermillion County......

7,793.00 16-2806-00................... Vigo County............

43,816.00 16-2816-00................... Washington County......

9,827.00 16-2818-00................... Wayne County...........

22,594.00 16-2822-00................... White County...........

15,344.00 16-2826-00................... State Set-Aside

349,352.00 Committee, IN.

Indiana Total.......... 1,341,855.00

Iowa

16-2858-00................... Blackhawk County.......

$44,103.00 16-2866-00................... Buchanan County........

7,401.00 16-2890-00................... Clayton County.........

8,395.00 16-2892-00................... Clinton County.........

17,741.00 16-2902-00................... Delaware County........

8,230.00 16-2904-00................... Des Moines County......

16,324.00 16-2914-00................... Fayette County.........

6,391.00 16-2916-00................... Floyd County...........

6,029.00 16-2946-00................... Jackson County.........

9,586.00 16-2952-00................... Johnson County.........

26,965.00

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16-2962-00................... Lee County.............

18,359.00 16-3006-00................... Polk County............

98,726.00 16-3010-00................... Pottawattamie County...

25,081.00 16-3020-00................... Scott County...........

47,826.00 16-3028-00................... Story County...........

18,660.00 16-3038-00................... Wapello County.........

17,680.00 16-3046-00................... Webster County.........

11,093.00 16-3050-00................... Winneshiek County......

7,657.00 16-3052-00................... Woodbury County........

30,537.00 16-3060-00................... State Set-Aside

240,631.00 Committee, IA.

Iowa Total.............

667,415.00

Kansas

16-3061-00................... Manhattan/Pottawatamie,

$26,257.00 Riley Counties.

16-3080-00................... Allen County...........

6,255.00 16-3084-00................... Atchison County........

9,405.00 16-3088-00................... Barton County..........

8,411.00 16-3100-00................... Cherokee County........

10,988.00 16-3116-00................... Crawford County........

13,987.00 16-3124-00................... Douglas County.........

36,310.00 16-3132-00................... Ellis County...........

6,979.00 16-3138-00................... Ford County............

8,772.00 16-3140-00................... Franklin County........

8,893.00 16-3142-00................... Geary County...........

11,274.00 16-3166-00................... Jackson County.........

6,089.00 16-3182-00................... Labette County.........

9,797.00 16-3194-00................... Lyon County............

12,978.00 16-3208-00................... Montgomery County......

17,725.00 16-3216-00................... Neosho County..........

6,059.00 16-3222-00................... Osage County...........

9,571.00 16-3238-00................... Reno County............

19,203.00 16-3252-00................... Saline County..........

17,123.00 16-3256-00................... Sedgwick County........

134,463.00 16-3260-00................... Seward County..........

6,602.00 16-3262-00................... Shawnee County.........

72,560.00 16-3296-00................... Wyandotte County.......

88,597.00 16-3300-00................... State Set-Aside

180,389.00 Committee, KS.

Kansas Total...........

728,687.00

Kentucky

16-3316-00................... Adair County...........

$16,701.00 16-3318-00................... Allen County...........

10,762.00 16-3324-00................... Barren County..........

16,354.00 16-3328-00................... Bell County............

12,661.00 16-3334-00................... Boyd County............

23,317.00 16-3336-00................... Boyle County...........

8,531.00 16-3340-00................... Breathitt County.......

7,009.00 16-3342-00................... Breckinridge County....

7,883.00 16-3348-00................... Caldwell County........

7,295.00 16-3350-00................... Calloway County........

13,641.00 16-3358-00................... Carter County..........

20,016.00 16-3360-00................... Casey County...........

7,943.00 16-3362-00................... Christian County.......

17,936.00 16-3364-00................... Clark County...........

9,903.00 16-3366-00................... Clay County............

9,330.00 16-3368-00................... Clinton County.........

6,587.00 16-3372-00................... Cumberland County......

6,662.00 16-3374-00................... Daviess County.........

42,460.00 16-3378-00................... Edmonson County........

7,084.00 16-3380-00................... Elliott County.........

6,376.00 16-3384-00................... Fayette County.........

50,222.00 16-3388-00................... Floyd County...........

20,001.00 16-3390-00................... Franklin County........

12,480.00 16-3392-00................... Fulton County..........

8,064.00 16-3398-00................... Grant County...........

8,169.00 16-3400-00................... Graves County..........

21,886.00 16-3402-00................... Grayson County.........

12,239.00 16-3406-00................... Greenup County.........

16,278.00 16-3410-00................... Hardin County..........

29,919.00 16-3412-00................... Harlan County..........

17,379.00

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16-3414-00................... Harrison County........

6,300.00 16-3416-00................... Hart County............

7,928.00 16-3418-00................... Henderson County.......

23,152.00 16-3424-00................... Hopkins County.........

20,273.00 16-3428-00................... Jefferson County.......

256,823.00 16-3432-00................... Jessamine County.......

6,421.00 16-3434-00................... Johnson County.........

12,571.00 16-3436-00................... Kenton County..........

46,469.00 16-3440-00................... Knott County...........

7,777.00 16-3442-00................... Knox County............

22,262.00 16-3446-00................... Laurel County..........

22,428.00 16-3448-00................... Lawrence County........

9,435.00 16-3454-00................... Letcher County.........

11,636.00 16-3456-00................... Lewis County...........

10,038.00 16-3458-00................... Lincoln County.........

6,783.00 16-3462-00................... Logan County...........

9,511.00 16-3466-00................... McCracken County.......

23,890.00 16-3468-00................... McCreary County........

9,405.00 16-3472-00................... Madison County.........

16,354.00 16-3474-00................... Magoffin County........

10,762.00 16-3476-00................... Marion County..........

9,692.00 16-3478-00................... Marshall County........

15,027.00 16-3480-00................... Martin County..........

6,059.00 16-3482-00................... Mason County...........

6,074.00 16-3484-00................... Meade County...........

7,175.00 16-3488-00................... Mercer County..........

6,391.00 16-3494-00................... Montgomery County......

8,320.00 16-3496-00................... Morgan County..........

6,662.00 16-3498-00................... Muhlenberg County......

15,992.00 16-3500-00................... Nelson County..........

17,936.00 16-3504-00................... Ohio County............

12,902.00 16-3512-00................... Pendleton County.......

6,979.00 16-3514-00................... Perry County...........

13,837.00 16-3516-00................... Pike County............

37,712.00 16-3518-00................... Powell County..........

7,205.00 16-3520-00................... Pulaski County.........

20,423.00 16-3526-00................... Rowan County...........

6,933.00 16-3528-00................... Russell County.........

12,088.00 16-3530-00................... Scott County...........

6,104.00 16-3532-00................... Shelby County..........

6,466.00 16-3538-00................... Taylor County..........

11,124.00 16-3546-00................... Union County...........

9,013.00 16-3548-00................... Warren County..........

44,449.00 16-3552-00................... Wayne County...........

10,656.00 16-3554-00................... Webster County.........

6,210.00 16-3556-00................... Whitley County.........

18,193.00 16-3562-00................... State Set-Aside

133,400.00 Committee, KY.

Kentucky Total......... 1,458,328.00

Louisiana

16-3564-00................... Shreveport/Bossier,

$165,242.00 Caddo Parishes.

16-3574-00................... Acadia Parish..........

21,705.00 16-3576-00................... Allen Parish...........

10,491.00 16-3578-00................... Ascension Parish.......

28,171.00 16-3580-00................... Assumption Parish......

8,772.00 16-3582-00................... Avoyelles Parish.......

21,976.00 16-3584-00................... Beauregard Parish......

14,801.00 16-3586-00................... Bienville Parish.......

14,651.00 16-3598-00................... Calcasieu Parish.......

84,196.00 16-3602-00................... Caldwell Parish........

7,160.00 16-3606-00................... Catahoula Parish.......

8,290.00 16-3608-00................... Claiborne Parish.......

9,435.00 16-3610-00................... Concordia Parish.......

16,022.00 16-3612-00................... De Soto Parish.........

16,324.00 16-3614-00................... East Baton Rouge Parish

158,112.00 16-3618-00................... East Carroll Parish....

7,612.00 16-3620-00................... East Feliciana Parish..

7,958.00 16-3622-00................... Evangeline Parish......

11,244.00 16-3624-00................... Franklin Parish........

15,811.00 16-3626-00................... Grant Parish...........

9,767.00 16-3628-00................... Iberia Parish..........

25,654.00 16-3630-00................... Iberville Parish.......

16,143.00

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16-3632-00................... Jackson Parish.........

7,280.00 16-3634-00................... Jefferson Parish.......

170,276.00 16-3638-00................... Jefferson Davis Parish.

12,706.00 16-3640-00................... Lafayette Parish.......

58,030.00 16-3644-00................... Lafourche Parish.......

21,614.00 16-3648-00................... Lincoln Parish.........

10,023.00 16-3650-00................... Livingston Parish......

39,641.00 16-3652-00................... Madison Parish.........

11,018.00 16-3654-00................... Morehouse Parish.......

26,272.00 16-3656-00................... Natchitoches Parish....

19,790.00 16-3658-00................... New Orleans City/

211,590.00 Orleans Parish.

16-3660-00................... Ouachita Parish........

66,501.00 16-3664-00................... Plaquemines Parish.....

8,320.00 16-3666-00................... Pointe Coupee Parish...

12,164.00 16-3668-00................... Rapides Parish.........

57,578.00 16-3672-00................... Red River Parish.......

9,224.00 16-3674-00................... Richland Parish........

12,631.00 16-3676-00................... Sabine Parish..........

9,481.00 16-3678-00................... St Bernard Parish......

29,753.00 16-3680-00................... St Charles Parish......

20,378.00 16-3684-00................... St James Parish........

13,008.00 16-3686-00................... St John Baptist Parish.

25,126.00 16-3688-00................... St Landry Parish.......

38,737.00 16-3690-00................... St Martin Parish.......

18,630.00 16-3692-00................... St Mary Parish.........

26,754.00 16-3694-00................... St Tammany Parish......

57,321.00 16-3696-00................... Tangipahoa Parish......

55,498.00 16-3700-00................... Terrebonne Parish......

28,111.00 16-3702-00................... Union Parish...........

11,139.00 16-3704-00................... Vermilion Parish.......

17,831.00 16-3706-00................... Vernon Parish..........

18,811.00 16-3708-00................... Washington Parish......

20,845.00 16-3710-00................... Webster Parish.........

27,734.00 16-3712-00................... West Baton Rouge Parish

8,757.00 16-3714-00................... West Carroll Parish....

12,631.00 16-3718-00................... Winn Parish............

6,557.00 16-3720-00................... State Set-Aside

11,877.00 Committee, LA.

Louisiana Total........ 1,893,174.00

Maine

16-3726-00................... Androscoggin County....

$47,072.00 16-3728-00................... Aroostook County.......

50,252.00 16-3730-00................... Cumberland County......

54,699.00 16-3734-00................... Franklin County........

15,555.00 16-3738-00................... Kennebec County........

49,077.00 16-3740-00................... Knox County............

10,747.00 16-3744-00................... Oxford County..........

22,820.00 16-3746-00................... Penobscot County.......

59,386.00 16-3748-00................... Piscataquis County.....

9,496.00 16-3752-00................... Somerset County........

31,803.00 16-3754-00................... Waldo County...........

16,429.00 16-3756-00................... Washington County......

23,800.00 16-3758-00................... York County............

50,780.00 16-3760-00................... State Set-Aside

21,953.00 Committee, ME.

Maine Total............

463,869.00

Maryland

16-3774-00................... Allegany County........

$44,706.00 16-3776-00................... Anne Arundel County....

143,733.00 16-3778-00................... Baltimore County.......

298,032.00 16-3782-00................... Caroline County........

12,194.00 16-3786-00................... Cecil County...........

54,623.00 16-3790-00................... Dorchester County......

22,971.00 16-3794-00................... Garrett County.........

25,051.00 16-3800-00................... Kent County............

11,003.00 16-3806-00................... Prince Georges County..

311,537.00 16-3812-00................... Somerset County........

15,917.00 16-3816-00................... Washington County......

47,645.00 16-3820-00................... Worcester County.......

36,295.00 16-3822-00................... Baltimore City.........

386,478.00

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16-3824-00................... State Set-Aside

305,757.00 Committee, MD.

Maryland Total......... 1,715,942.00

Massachusetts

16-4476-00................... Barnstable County......

$88,039.00 16-4478-00................... Berkshire County.......

47,660.00 16-4482-00................... Bristol County.........

249,814.00 16-4490-00................... Essex County...........

227,055.00 16-4502-00................... Hampden County.........

147,591.00 16-4510-00................... Middlesex County.......

362,497.00 16-4540-00................... Plymouth County........

159,589.00 16-4550-00................... Suffolk County.........

213,549.00 16-4554-00................... Worcester County.......

216,609.00 16-4558-00................... State Set-Aside

126,426.00 Committee, MA.

Massachusetts Total.... 1,838,829.00

Michigan

16-4560-00................... Lansing/Eaton, Ingham

$101,243.00 Counties.

16-4561-00................... Holland/Allegan, Ottawa

85,341.00 Counties.

16-4632-00................... Alcona County..........

6,602.00 16-4638-00................... Alpena County..........

21,132.00 16-4640-00................... Antrim County..........

9,526.00 16-4642-00................... Arenac County..........

9,451.00 16-4648-00................... Bay County.............

41,269.00 16-4650-00................... Benzie County..........

7,793.00 16-4652-00................... Berrien County.........

72,364.00 16-4654-00................... Branch County..........

13,264.00 16-4656-00................... Calhoun County.........

43,831.00 16-4660-00................... Cass County............

19,790.00 16-4662-00................... Charlevoix County......

12,314.00 16-4664-00................... Cheboygan County.......

19,730.00 16-4666-00................... Chippewa County........

22,549.00 16-4668-00................... Clare County...........

12,947.00 16-4672-00................... Crawford County........

6,120.00 16-4674-00................... Delta County...........

22,579.00 16-4676-00................... Dickinson County.......

13,023.00 16-4682-00................... Emmet County...........

22,217.00 16-4684-00................... Genesee County.........

179,983.00 16-4688-00................... Gladwin County.........

11,078.00 16-4690-00................... Gogebic County.........

13,324.00 16-4694-00................... Gratiot County.........

17,680.00 16-4696-00................... Hillsdale County.......

13,565.00 16-4698-00................... Houghton County........

16,067.00 16-4700-00................... Huron County...........

15,027.00 16-4710-00................... Iosco County...........

14,319.00 16-4712-00................... Iron County............

6,768.00 16-4714-00................... Isabella County........

15,826.00 16-4716-00................... Jackson County.........

54,081.00 16-4718-00................... Kalamazoo County.......

64,933.00 16-4722-00................... Kalkaska County........

8,230.00 16-4724-00................... Kent County............

167,909.00 16-4744-00................... Mackinac County........

11,365.00 16-4758-00................... Manistee County........

13,776.00 16-4760-00................... Marquette County.......

29,452.00 16-4762-00................... Mason County...........

17,062.00 16-4764-00................... Mecosta County.........

13,430.00 16-4766-00................... Menominee County.......

11,531.00 16-4770-00................... Missaukee County.......

6,255.00 16-4774-00................... Montcalm County........

33,793.00 16-4776-00................... Montmorency County.....

6,406.00 16-4778-00................... Muskegon County........

66,139.00 16-4780-00................... Newaygo County.........

28,095.00 16-4782-00................... Oakland County.........

291,550.00 16-4796-00................... Oceana County..........

19,082.00 16-4798-00................... Ogemaw County..........

11,666.00 16-4800-00................... Ontonagon County.......

7,838.00 16-4802-00................... Osceola County.........

10,687.00 16-4810-00................... Presque Isle County....

12,058.00 16-4812-00................... Roscommon County.......

11,063.00 16-4814-00................... Saginaw County.........

72,439.00

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16-4818-00................... St. Clair County.......

59,386.00 16-4822-00................... Sanilac County.........

20,454.00 16-4824-00................... Schoolcraft County.....

7,250.00 16-4828-00................... Tuscola County.........

23,664.00 16-4830-00................... Van Buren County.......

34,260.00 16-4832-00................... Washtenaw County.......

56,568.00 16-4836-00................... Wayne County...........

223,181.00 16-4844-00................... Detroit City...........

496,071.00 16-4854-00................... Wexford County.........

19,308.00 16-4856-00................... State Set-Aside

315,911.00 Committee, MI.

Michigan Total......... 3,091,615.00

Minnesota

16-4857-00................... St. Cloud City/Benton,

$82,900.00 Sherburne, Stearns

Cos..

16-4898-00................... Aitkin County..........

8,305.00 16-4902-00................... Becker County..........

15,841.00 16-4904-00................... Beltrami County........

19,564.00 16-4910-00................... Blue Earth County......

15,208.00 16-4914-00................... Carlton County.........

15,721.00 16-4918-00................... Cass County............

14,409.00 16-4924-00................... Clay County............

15,027.00 16-4926-00................... Clearwater County......

8,305.00 16-4932-00................... Crow Wing County.......

25,382.00 16-4938-00................... Douglas County.........

10,340.00 16-4942-00................... Fillmore County........

6,632.00 16-4950-00................... Hennepin County........

262,566.00 16-4964-00................... Hubbard County.........

9,209.00 16-4968-00................... Itasca County..........

27,251.00 16-4972-00................... Kanabec County.........

9,662.00 16-4974-00................... Kandiyohi County.......

12,179.00 16-4978-00................... Koochiching County.....

7,325.00 16-4990-00................... Lyon County............

7,582.00 16-4996-00................... Marshall County........

8,546.00 16-4998-00................... Martin County..........

6,587.00 16-5002-00................... Mille Lacs County......

11,757.00 16-5004-00................... Morrison County........

18,343.00 16-5020-00................... Otter Tail County......

22,835.00 16-5022-00................... Pennington County......

7,024.00 16-5024-00................... Pine County............

13,716.00 16-5028-00................... Polk County............

13,957.00 16-5032-00................... Ramsey County..........

123,807.00 16-5040-00................... Renville County........

6,150.00 16-5046-00................... Roseau County..........

8,682.00 16-5048-00................... St. Louis County.......

80,925.00 16-5066-00................... Todd County............

11,018.00 16-5072-00................... Wadena County..........

6,285.00 16-5082-00................... Winona County..........

15,148.00 16-5088-00................... State Set-Aside

283,548.00 Committee, MN.

Minnesota Total........ 1,211,736.00

Mississippi

16-5089-00................... Hattiesburg/Forrest,

$24,282.00 Lamar Counties.

16-5090-00................... Adams County...........

15,434.00 16-5092-00................... Alcorn County..........

20,785.00 16-5096-00................... Attala County..........

11,425.00 16-5100-00................... Bolivar County.........

24,372.00 16-5106-00................... Chickasaw County.......

11,003.00 16-5112-00................... Clarke County..........

8,968.00 16-5114-00................... Clay County............

14,123.00 16-5116-00................... Coahoma County.........

18,901.00 16-5118-00................... Copiah County..........

12,616.00 16-5120-00................... Covington County.......

6,873.00 16-5128-00................... George County..........

10,852.00 16-5130-00................... Greene County..........

6,195.00 16-5132-00................... Grenada County.........

9,571.00 16-5134-00................... Hancock County.........

12,676.00 16-5136-00................... Harrison County........

54,925.00 16-5138-00................... Hinds County...........

73,705.00 16-5142-00................... Holmes County..........

12,118.00 16-5144-00................... Humphreys County.......

7,325.00

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16-5148-00................... Itawamba County........

10,129.00 16-5150-00................... Jackson County.........

52,001.00 16-5152-00................... Jasper County..........

8,184.00 16-5156-00................... Jefferson Davis County.

7,084.00 16-5158-00................... Jones County...........

14,816.00 16-5166-00................... Lauderdale County......

26,091.00 16-5170-00................... Leake County...........

7,114.00 16-5172-00................... Lee County.............

26,498.00 16-5174-00................... Leflore County.........

21,569.00 16-5176-00................... Lincoln County.........

10,069.00 16-5178-00................... Lowndes County.........

28,201.00 16-5180-00................... Madison County.........

17,469.00 16-5182-00................... Marion County..........

8,742.00 16-5184-00................... Marshall County........

13,957.00 16-5186-00................... Monroe County..........

22,353.00 16-5188-00................... Montgomery County......

6,059.00 16-5190-00................... Neshoba County.........

8,833.00 16-5196-00................... Oktibbeha County.......

8,004.00 16-5198-00................... Panola County..........

29,678.00 16-5200-00................... Pearl River County.....

12,661.00 16-5204-00................... Pike County............

12,661.00 16-5206-00................... Pontotoc County........

9,240.00 16-5208-00................... Prentiss County........

13,671.00 16-5210-00................... Quitman County.........

7,461.00 16-5214-00................... Scott County...........

12,073.00 16-5216-00................... Sharkey County.........

6,104.00 16-5218-00................... Simpson County.........

9,827.00 16-5224-00................... Sunflower County.......

21,418.00 16-5226-00................... Tallahatchie County....

9,496.00 16-5228-00................... Tate County............

8,320.00 16-5230-00................... Tippah County..........

8,787.00 16-5232-00................... Tishomingo County......

13,324.00 16-5234-00................... Tunica County..........

6,285.00 16-5236-00................... Union County...........

7,958.00 16-5240-00................... Warren County..........

20,454.00 16-5242-00................... Washington County......

41,133.00 16-5244-00................... Wayne County...........

9,375.00 16-5248-00................... Wilkinson County.......

6,632.00 16-5250-00................... Winston County.........

10,099.00 16-5254-00................... Yazoo County...........

13,942.00 16-5256-00................... State Set-Aside

73,440.00 Committee, MS.

Mississippi Total...... 1,017,361.00

Missouri

16-5257-00................... Joplin/Jasper, Newton

$51,353.00 Counties.

16-5258-00................... Kansas City/Clay,

322,902.00 Jackson, Platte Cos..

16-5278-00................... Audrain County.........

7,853.00 16-5280-00................... Barry County...........

13,369.00 16-5284-00................... Bates County...........

7,024.00 16-5286-00................... Benton County..........

6,165.00 16-5288-00................... Bollinger County.......

7,009.00 16-5290-00................... Boone County...........

19,323.00 16-5294-00................... Buchanan County........

38,496.00 16-5298-00................... Butler County..........

17,258.00 16-5304-00................... Camden County..........

15,932.00 16-5306-00................... Cape Girardeau County..

23,920.00 16-5332-00................... Crawford County........

11,802.00 16-5336-00................... Dallas County..........

6,059.00 16-5344-00................... Douglas County.........

13,294.00 16-5346-00................... Dunklin County.........

14,892.00 16-5354-00................... Greene County..........

62,325.00 16-5362-00................... Henry County...........

8,079.00 16-5370-00................... Howell County..........

17,394.00 16-5384-00................... Johnson County.........

8,787.00 16-5388-00................... Laclede County.........

15,570.00 16-5390-00................... Lafayette County.......

10,551.00 16-5392-00................... Lawrence County........

13,716.00 16-5396-00................... Lincoln County.........

11,395.00 16-5398-00................... Linn County............

10,023.00 16-5402-00................... Mc Donald County.......

6,888.00 16-5404-00................... Macon County...........

6,526.00 16-5406-00................... Madison County.........

6,391.00

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16-5410-00................... Marion County..........

10,340.00 16-5414-00................... Miller County..........

12,284.00 16-5416-00................... Mississippi County.....

7,672.00 16-5424-00................... Morgan County..........

8,139.00 16-5426-00................... New Madrid County......

9,858.00 16-5438-00................... Pemiscot County........

12,179.00 16-5442-00................... Pettis County..........

17,017.00 16-5444-00................... Phelps County..........

12,345.00 16-5446-00................... Pike County............

6,783.00 16-5452-00................... Polk County............

7,898.00 16-5454-00................... Pulaski County.........

10,852.00 16-5460-00................... Randolph County........

8,998.00 16-5474-00................... St. Francois County....

26,106.00 16-5476-00................... St. Louis County.......

277,925.00 16-5480-00................... Saline County..........

8,275.00 16-5486-00................... Scott County...........

19,655.00 16-5492-00................... Stoddard County........

21,569.00 16-5494-00................... Stone County...........

25,352.00 16-5498-00................... Taney County...........

40,334.00 16-5500-00................... Texas County...........

14,259.00 16-5502-00................... Vernon County..........

6,903.00 16-5506-00................... Washington County......

13,008.00 16-5508-00................... Wayne County...........

6,858.00 16-5510-00................... Webster County.........

11,531.00 16-5514-00................... Wright County..........

11,862.00 16-5516-00................... St. Louis City.........

188,333.00 16-5518-00................... State Set-Aside

212,341.00 Committee, MO.

Missouri Total......... 1,762,972.00

Montana

16-5530-00................... Big Horn County........

$7,084.00 16-5540-00................... Cascade County.........

27,131.00 16-5558-00................... Flathead County........

39,129.00 16-5560-00................... Gallatin County........

15,148.00 16-5564-00................... Glacier County.........

11,395.00 16-5570-00................... Hill County............

6,421.00 16-5576-00................... Lake County............

10,898.00 16-5578-00................... Lewis and Clark County.

18,283.00 16-5582-00................... Lincoln County.........

11,968.00 16-5592-00................... Missoula County........

31,426.00 16-5596-00................... Park County............

7,386.00 16-5610-00................... Ravalli County.........

11,983.00 16-5616-00................... Rosebud County.........

6,481.00 16-5618-00................... Sanders County.........

6,662.00 16-5622-00................... Silver Bow County......

13,008.00 16-5640-00................... Yellowstone County.....

43,017.00 16-5644-00................... State Set-Aside

39,142.00 Committee, MT.

Montana Total..........

306,562.00

Nebraska

16-5686-00................... Buffalo County.........

$9,240.00 16-5722-00................... Douglas County.........

106,956.00 16-5782-00................... Lincoln County.........

10,038.00 16-5828-00................... Scotts Bluff County....

12,375.00 16-5858-00................... State Set-Aside

124,466.00 Committee, NE.

Nebraska Total.........

263,075.00

Nevada

16-5866-00................... Churchill County.......

$9,074.00 16-5868-00................... Clark County...........

428,968.00 16-5872-00................... Douglas County.........

16,776.00 16-5886-00................... Lyon County............

14,575.00 16-5904-00................... Carson City............

24,644.00 16-5906-00................... State Set-Aside

89,405.00 Committee, NV.

Nevada Total...........

583,442.00

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New Hampshire

16-5936-00................... Rockingham County......

$94,656.00 16-5942-00................... State Set-Aside

131,916.00 Committee, NH.

New Hampshire Total....

226,572.00

New Jersey

16-5948-00................... Atlantic County........ $154,917.00 16-5950-00................... Bergen County..........

328,162.00 16-5952-00................... Burlington County......

145,572.00 16-5954-00................... Camden County..........

217,514.00 16-5960-00................... Cape May County........

81,875.00 16-5962-00................... Cumberland County......

93,013.00 16-5966-00................... Essex County...........

414,423.00 16-5976-00................... Gloucester County......

107,031.00 16-5978-00................... Hudson County..........

377,887.00 16-5988-00................... Mercer County..........

133,559.00 16-5994-00................... Middlesex County.......

286,365.00 16-6004-00................... Monmouth County........

227,959.00 16-6012-00................... Ocean County...........

186,961.00 16-6018-00................... Passaic County.........

272,529.00 16-6028-00................... Salem County...........

33,868.00 16-6034-00................... Union County...........

233,671.00 16-6042-00................... State Set-Aside

184,720.00 Committee, NJ.

New Jersey Total....... 3,480,026.00

New Mexico

16-6044-00................... Bernalillo County...... $214,740.00 16-6050-00................... Chaves County..........

33,537.00 16-6052-00................... Cibola County..........

20,845.00 16-6054-00................... Colfax County..........

10,084.00 16-6056-00................... Curry County...........

19,308.00 16-6060-00................... Dona Ana County........

95,711.00 16-6064-00................... Eddy County............

25,744.00 16-6066-00................... Grant County...........

14,877.00 16-6074-00................... Lea County.............

20,514.00 16-6076-00................... Lincoln County.........

8,576.00 16-6080-00................... Luna County............

45,836.00 16-6082-00................... McKinley County........

38,586.00 16-6086-00................... Otero County...........

26,272.00 16-6090-00................... Rio Arriba County......

36,189.00 16-6092-00................... Roosevelt County.......

6,240.00 16-6094-00................... Sandoval County........

30,793.00 16-6096-00................... San Juan County........

87,497.00 16-6098-00................... San Miguel County......

23,559.00 16-6100-00................... Santa Fe County........

47,057.00 16-6106-00................... Socorro County.........

7,762.00 16-6108-00................... Taos County............

33,491.00 16-6110-00................... Torrance County........

7,114.00 16-6114-00................... Valencia County........

19,670.00 16-6116-00................... State Set-Aside

15,116.00 Committee, NM.

New Mexico Total.......

889,118.00

New York

16-6120-00................... Albany County..........

$79,810.00 16-6126-00................... Allegany County........

26,859.00 16-6130-00................... Broome County..........

59,854.00 16-6136-00................... Cattaraugus County.....

42,384.00 16-6138-00................... Cayuga County..........

32,919.00 16-6140-00................... Chautauqua County......

52,513.00 16-6142-00................... Chemung County.........

26,965.00 16-6144-00................... Chenango County........

21,870.00 16-6146-00................... Clinton County.........

39,189.00 16-6150-00................... Cortland County........

22,247.00 16-6152-00................... Delaware County........

16,233.00 16-6154-00................... Dutchess County........

71,444.00 16-6156-00................... Erie County............

328,494.00 16-6168-00................... Essex County...........

21,870.00

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16-6170-00................... Franklin County........

26,784.00 16-6172-00................... Fulton County..........

31,487.00 16-6176-00................... Greene County..........

19,383.00 16-6180-00................... Herkimer County........

29,301.00 16-6182-00................... Jefferson County.......

54,427.00 16-6186-00................... Lewis County...........

14,003.00 16-6192-00................... Monroe County..........

193,171.00 16-6200-00................... Montgomery County......

26,106.00 16-6202-00................... Nassau County..........

348,118.00 16-6212-00................... Niagara County.........

100,535.00 16-6216-00................... Oneida County..........

78,438.00 16-6220-00................... Onondaga County........

132,248.00 16-6228-00................... Orange County..........

93,375.00 16-6232-00................... Oswego County..........

56,025.00 16-6234-00................... Otsego County..........

23,755.00 16-6240-00................... Rensselaer County......

53,960.00 16-6254-00................... St. Lawrence County....

58,105.00 16-6258-00................... Schenectady County.....

46,348.00 16-6268-00................... Steuben County.........

43,470.00 16-6270-00................... Suffolk County.........

431,907.00 16-6282-00................... Sullivan County........

30,010.00 16-6286-00................... Tompkins County........

21,509.00 16-6290-00................... Warren County..........

32,014.00 16-6296-00................... Westchester County.....

251,035.00 16-6308-00................... Wyoming County.........

19,429.00 16-6310-00................... Yates County...........

7,793.00 16-6314-00................... New York City.......... 4,643,163.00 16-6312-00................... State Set-Aside

260,272.00 Committee, NY.

New York Total......... 7,968,822.00

North Carolina

16-6314-00................... Kannapolis/Cabarrus,

$58,904.00 Rowan Counties.

16-6316-00................... High Point City/

168,723.00 Davidson, Guilford

Cos..

16-6317-00................... Rocky Mount/Edgecombe,

90,361.00 Nash Counties.

16-6326-00................... Anson County...........

10,762.00 16-6328-00................... Ashe County............

18,735.00 16-6332-00................... Beaufort County........

19,655.00 16-6334-00................... Bertie County..........

8,380.00 16-6336-00................... Bladen County..........

15,449.00 16-6338-00................... Brunswick County.......

28,050.00 16-6340-00................... Buncombe County........

44,886.00 16-6354-00................... Caswell County.........

6,406.00 16-6360-00................... Cherokee County........

8,863.00 16-6366-00................... Cleveland County.......

44,283.00 16-6368-00................... Columbus County........

22,986.00 16-6370-00................... Craven County..........

22,941.00 16-6372-00................... Cumberland County......

75,891.00 16-6386-00................... Duplin County..........

16,248.00 16-6388-00................... Durham County..........

43,364.00 16-6394-00................... Forsyth County.........

66,470.00 16-6398-00................... Franklin County........

14,168.00 16-6400-00................... Gaston County..........

65,807.00 16-6406-00................... Graham County..........

6,888.00 16-6408-00................... Granville County.......

10,702.00 16-6418-00................... Halifax County.........

31,366.00 16-6420-00................... Harnett County.........

19,896.00 16-6422-00................... Haywood County.........

15,887.00 16-6426-00................... Hertford County........

8,395.00 16-6428-00................... Hoke County............

8,290.00 16-6434-00................... Jackson County.........

13,596.00 16-6436-00................... Johnston County........

18,419.00 16-6440-00................... Lee County.............

15,585.00 16-6442-00................... Lenoir County..........

24,131.00 16-6448-00................... Macon County...........

8,184.00 16-6452-00................... Martin County..........

21,418.00 16-6460-00................... Montgomery County......

10,189.00 16-6466-00................... New Hanover County.....

47,087.00 16-6468-00................... Northampton County.....

9,119.00 16-6470-00................... Onslow County..........

26,030.00 16-6472-00................... Orange County..........

14,274.00 16-6476-00................... Pasquotank County......

10,280.00 16-6478-00................... Pender County..........

11,983.00

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16-6482-00................... Person County..........

12,902.00 16-6484-00................... Pitt County............

48,670.00 16-6490-00................... Richmond County........

29,181.00 16-6492-00................... Robeson County.........

69,967.00 16-6494-00................... Rockingham County......

34,275.00 16-6498-00................... Rutherford County......

29,060.00 16-6500-00................... Sampson County.........

20,529.00 16-6502-00................... Scotland County........

17,997.00 16-6510-00................... Swain County...........

15,856.00 16-6518-00................... Vance County...........

21,117.00 16-6520-00................... Wake County............

87,723.00 16-6524-00................... Warren County..........

7,717.00 16-6528-00................... Watauga County.........

7,702.00 16-6530-00................... Wayne County...........

29,723.00 16-6532-00................... Wilkes County..........

20,092.00 16-6534-00................... Wilson County..........

43,153.00 16-6536-00................... Yadkin County..........

6,843.00 16-6540-00................... State Set-Aside

309,892.00 Committee, NC.

North Carolina Total... 1,995,450.00

North Dakota

16-6576-00................... Cass County............

$17,062.00 16-6596-00................... Grand Forks County.....

16,399.00 16-6622-00................... Morton County..........

7,566.00 16-6642-00................... Rolette County.........

10,460.00 16-6664-00................... Ward County............

12,209.00 16-6670-00................... State Set-Aside

86,304.00 Committee, ND.

North Dakota Total.....

150,000.00

Ohio

16-6672-00................... Columbus/Fairfield,

$281,572.00 Franklin Cos..

16-6678-00................... Adams County...........

20,318.00 16-6680-00................... Allen County...........

49,589.00 16-6684-00................... Ashtabula County.......

49,906.00 16-6686-00................... Athens County..........

22,051.00 16-6690-00................... Belmont County.........

35,029.00 16-6692-00................... Brown County...........

16,203.00 16-6694-00................... Butler County..........

97,189.00 16-6698-00................... Carroll County.........

10,023.00 16-6702-00................... Clark County...........

60,200.00 16-6708-00................... Clinton County.........

14,033.00 16-6710-00................... Columbiana County......

47,087.00 16-6712-00................... Coshocton County.......

15,600.00 16-6714-00................... Crawford County........

20,680.00 16-6716-00................... Cuyahoga County........

534,582.00 16-6734-00................... Erie County............

35,767.00 16-6740-00................... Fayette County.........

11,440.00 16-6748-00................... Gallia County..........

18,554.00 16-6752-00................... Greene County..........

40,154.00 16-6754-00................... Guernsey County........

23,061.00 16-6756-00................... Hamilton County........

257,848.00 16-6762-00................... Hardin County..........

13,264.00 16-6764-00................... Harrison County........

8,260.00 16-6768-00................... Highland County........

19,474.00 16-6770-00................... Hocking County.........

12,345.00 16-6772-00................... Holmes County..........

9,707.00 16-6774-00................... Huron County...........

41,857.00 16-6776-00................... Jackson County.........

18,072.00 16-6778-00................... Jefferson County.......

49,363.00 16-6780-00................... Knox County............

20,288.00 16-6784-00................... Lawrence County........

24,870.00 16-6786-00................... Licking County.........

42,550.00 16-6790-00................... Lorain County..........

139,422.00 16-6796-00................... Lucas County...........

175,461.00 16-6802-00................... Mahoning County........

113,271.00 16-6806-00................... Marion County..........

29,618.00 16-6810-00................... Meigs County...........

13,942.00 16-6812-00................... Mercer County..........

20,514.00 16-6816-00................... Monroe County..........

9,782.00 16-6818-00................... Montgomery County......

179,892.00

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16-6824-00................... Morgan County..........

10,144.00 16-6826-00................... Morrow County..........

13,083.00 16-6828-00................... Muskingum County.......

45,926.00 16-6832-00................... Ottawa County..........

23,468.00 16-6836-00................... Perry County...........

19,142.00 16-6838-00................... Pickaway County........

13,671.00 16-6840-00................... Pike County............

15,736.00 16-6842-00................... Portage County.........

54,216.00 16-6848-00................... Richland County........

54,563.00 16-6852-00................... Ross County............

32,406.00 16-6854-00................... Sandusky County........

34,426.00 16-6856-00................... Scioto County..........

48,700.00 16-6862-00................... Stark County...........

149,310.00 16-6866-00................... Summit County..........

198,643.00 16-6870-00................... Trumbull County........

98,002.00 16-6880-00................... Vinton County..........

6,587.00 16-6884-00................... Washington County......

30,070.00 16-6886-00................... Wayne County...........

37,501.00 16-6890-00................... Wood County............

36,792.00 16-6894-00................... State Set-Aside

360,143.00 Committee, OH.

Ohio Total............. 3,885,367.00

Oklahoma

16-6896-00................... Oklahoma City/Canadian, $173,848.00 McLain, Oklahoma Cos..

16-6902-00................... Adair County...........

8,064.00 16-6914-00................... Bryan County...........

7,476.00 16-6916-00................... Caddo County...........

8,727.00 16-6922-00................... Carter County..........

16,113.00 16-6924-00................... Cherokee County........

11,696.00 16-6926-00................... Choctaw County.........

9,752.00 16-6930-00................... Cleveland County.......

38,978.00 16-6938-00................... Comanche County........

28,050.00 16-6946-00................... Creek County...........

17,786.00 16-6948-00................... Custer County..........

7,114.00 16-6950-00................... Delaware County........

9,827.00 16-6956-00................... Garfield County........

12,149.00 16-6960-00................... Garvin County..........

7,989.00 16-6962-00................... Grady County...........

12,329.00 16-6972-00................... Haskell County.........

6,451.00 16-6976-00................... Jackson County.........

6,707.00 16-6982-00................... Kay County.............

22,277.00 16-6988-00................... Latimer County.........

6,104.00 16-6990-00................... Le Flore County........

18,705.00 16-6992-00................... Lincoln County.........

10,280.00 16-7002-00................... McCurtain County.......

18,675.00 16-7004-00................... McIntosh County........

7,099.00 16-7010-00................... Mayes County...........

9,692.00 16-7014-00................... Muskogee County........

25,111.00 16-7028-00................... Okmulgee County........

17,741.00 16-7030-00................... Osage County...........

10,777.00 16-7034-00................... Ottawa County..........

12,917.00 16-7036-00................... Pawnee County..........

6,074.00 16-7038-00................... Payne County...........

9,451.00 16-7040-00................... Pittsburg County.......

17,801.00 16-7042-00................... Pontotoc County........

11,289.00 16-7044-00................... Pottawatomie County....

17,213.00 16-7054-00................... Seminole County........

11,470.00 16-7056-00................... Sequoyah County........

15,495.00 16-7058-00................... Stephens County........

10,099.00 16-7064-00................... Tulsa County...........

130,047.00 16-7068-00................... Wagoner County.........

11,516.00 16-7078-00................... State Set-Aside

65,344.00 Committee, OK.

Oklahoma Total.........

848,233.00

Oregon

16-7080-00................... Portland/Clackamas,

$518,650.00 Multnomah, Washington

Cos..

16-7082-00................... Salem/Marion, Polk

138,156.00 Counties.

16-7088-00................... Baker County...........

12,043.00 16-7090-00................... Benton County..........

16,098.00 16-7096-00................... Clatsop County.........

17,530.00

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16-7100-00................... Coos County............

38,526.00 16-7102-00................... Crook County...........

12,571.00 16-7104-00................... Curry County...........

12,269.00 16-7106-00................... Deschutes County.......

66,983.00 16-7108-00................... Douglas County.........

57,261.00 16-7112-00................... Grant County...........

7,958.00 16-7114-00................... Harney County..........

6,135.00 16-7116-00................... Hood River County......

18,178.00 16-7118-00................... Jackson County.........

102,208.00 16-7120-00................... Jefferson County.......

8,998.00 16-7122-00................... Josephine County.......

40,832.00 16-7124-00................... Klamath County.........

40,440.00 16-7126-00................... Lake County............

6,511.00 16-7128-00................... Lane County............

133,936.00 16-7132-00................... Lincoln County.........

26,362.00 16-7134-00................... Linn County............

52,634.00 16-7136-00................... Malheur County.........

17,786.00 16-7154-00................... Tillamook County.......

10,445.00 16-7156-00................... Umatilla County........

40,455.00 16-7158-00................... Union County...........

14,816.00 16-7162-00................... Wasco County...........

15,314.00 16-7170-00................... Yamhill County.........

28,879.00 16-7172-00................... State Set-Aside

18,325.00 Committee, OR.

Oregon Total........... 1,480,299.00

Pennsylvania

16-7174-00................... Bethlehem/Lehigh,

$203,255.00 Northampton Counties.

16-7180-00................... Allegheny County.......

420,301.00 16-7184-00................... Armstrong County.......

34,682.00 16-7186-00................... Beaver County..........

61,843.00 16-7188-00................... Bedford County.........

26,664.00 16-7190-00................... Berks County...........

111,417.00 16-7194-00................... Blair County...........

50,946.00 16-7198-00................... Bradford County........

23,317.00 16-7208-00................... Cambria County.........

82,040.00 16-7212-00................... Carbon County..........

28,246.00 16-7214-00................... Centre County..........

28,306.00 16-7218-00................... Clarion County.........

18,615.00 16-7220-00................... Clearfield County......

43,982.00 16-7222-00................... Clinton County.........

19,353.00 16-7224-00................... Columbia County........

34,592.00 16-7226-00................... Crawford County........

35,285.00 16-7230-00................... Dauphin County.........

67,887.00 16-7234-00................... Delaware County........

188,740.00 16-7242-00................... Erie County............

119,782.00 16-7246-00................... Fayette County.........

68,731.00 16-7254-00................... Greene County..........

20,815.00 16-7256-00................... Huntingdon County......

28,050.00 16-7258-00................... Indiana County.........

44,374.00 16-7260-00................... Jefferson County.......

23,996.00 16-7262-00................... Juniata County.........

11,757.00 16-7264-00................... Lackawanna County......

109,051.00 16-7268-00................... Lancaster County.......

103,082.00 16-7272-00................... Lawrence County........

37,184.00 16-7274-00................... Lebanon County.........

33,280.00 16-7282-00................... Luzerne County.........

162,528.00 16-7284-00................... Lycoming County........

53,749.00 16-7286-00................... McKean County..........

19,730.00 16-7288-00................... Mercer County..........

41,842.00 16-7290-00................... Mifflin County.........

25,578.00 16-7292-00................... Monroe County..........

57,080.00 16-7306-00................... Northumberland County..

44,525.00 16-7310-00................... Philadelphia City/

658,856.00 County.

16-7314-00................... Potter County..........

9,074.00 16-7316-00................... Schuylkill County......

77,187.00 16-7320-00................... Somerset County........

40,998.00 16-7324-00................... Susquehanna County.....

20,167.00 16-7326-00................... Tioga County...........

19,625.00 16-7330-00................... Venango County.........

27,206.00 16-7334-00................... Washington County......

73,509.00 16-7336-00................... Wayne County...........

22,262.00 16-7340-00................... Wyoming County.........

18,705.00

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16-7342-00................... York County............

119,240.00 16-7344-00................... State Set-Aside

527,501.00 Committee, PA.

Pennsylvania Total..... 4,098,935.00

Rhode Island

16-7354-00................... Providence Census

$236,189.00 County.

16-7368-00................... State Set-Aside

92,693.00 Committee, RI.

Rhode Island Total.....

328,882.00

South Carolina

16-7370-00................... Abbeville County.......

$13,957.00 16-7372-00................... Aiken County...........

62,506.00 16-7376-00................... Anderson County........

62,506.00 16-7378-00................... Bamberg County.........

11,139.00 16-7380-00................... Barnwell County........

16,203.00 16-7382-00................... Beaufort County........

21,463.00 16-7384-00................... Berkeley County........

45,685.00 16-7386-00................... Calhoun County.........

9,948.00 16-7388-00................... Charleston County......

117,883.00 16-7394-00................... Cherokee County........

17,846.00 16-7396-00................... Chester County.........

24,674.00 16-7398-00................... Chesterfield County....

24,388.00 16-7400-00................... Clarendon County.......

17,861.00 16-7402-00................... Colleton County........

14,756.00 16-7404-00................... Darlington County......

39,912.00 16-7406-00................... Dillon County..........

22,006.00 16-7410-00................... Edgefield County.......

7,250.00 16-7412-00................... Fairfield County.......

14,425.00 16-7414-00................... Florence County........

69,214.00 16-7416-00................... Georgetown County......

45,595.00 16-7418-00................... Greenville County......

87,768.00 16-7422-00................... Greenwood County.......

32,451.00 16-7424-00................... Hampton County.........

8,802.00 16-7426-00................... Horry County...........

78,423.00 16-7430-00................... Kershaw County.........

22,292.00 16-7432-00................... Lancaster County.......

25,910.00 16-7434-00................... Laurens County.........

27,960.00 16-7436-00................... Lee County.............

11,576.00 16-7442-00................... Marion County..........

28,940.00 16-7444-00................... Marlboro County........

25,051.00 16-7446-00................... Newberry County........

15,449.00 16-7450-00................... Orangeburg County......

62,461.00 16-7452-00................... Pickens County.........

33,582.00 16-7454-00................... Richland County........

86,608.00 16-7458-00................... Saluda County..........

6,783.00 16-7460-00................... Spartanburg County.....

87,859.00 16-7462-00................... Sumter County..........

43,620.00 16-7464-00................... Union County...........

16,263.00 16-7466-00................... Williamsburg County....

43,756.00 16-7468-00................... York County............

65,310.00 16-7470-00................... State Set-Aside

66,615.00 Committee, SC.

South Carolina Total... 1,536,696.00

South Dakota

16-7486-00................... Brown County...........

$6,587.00 16-7554-00................... Lawrence County........

6,557.00 16-7580-00................... Pennington County......

21,177.00 16-7592-00................... Shannon County.........

6,542.00 16-7614-00................... State Set-Aside

109,137.00 Committee, SD.

South Dakota Total.....

150,000.00

Tennessee

16-7616-00................... Anderson County........

$27,462.00 16-7618-00................... Bedford County.........

15,826.00 16-7620-00................... Benton County..........

11,757.00 16-7624-00................... Blount County..........

33,718.00 16-7626-00................... Bradley County.........

31,231.00

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16-7628-00................... Campbell County........

19,851.00 16-7632-00................... Carroll County.........

18,374.00 16-7634-00................... Carter County..........

24,508.00 16-7638-00................... Chester County.........

6,602.00 16-7640-00................... Claiborne County.......

9,767.00 16-7642-00................... Clay County............

12,043.00 16-7644-00................... Cocke County...........

26,754.00 16-7646-00................... Coffee County..........

20,785.00 16-7648-00................... Crockett County........

7,823.00 16-7650-00................... Cumberland County......

19,474.00 16-7652-00................... Davidson County........

143,853.00 16-7656-00................... Decatur County.........

7,913.00 16-7658-00................... DeKalb County..........

8,501.00 16-7660-00................... Dickson County.........

13,068.00 16-7662-00................... Dyer County............

17,891.00 16-7664-00................... Fayette County.........

10,536.00 16-7666-00................... Fentress County........

10,295.00 16-7668-00................... Franklin County........

16,429.00 16-7670-00................... Gibson County..........

28,683.00 16-7672-00................... Giles County...........

14,726.00 16-7674-00................... Grainger County........

8,079.00 16-7676-00................... Greene County..........

46,605.00 16-7678-00................... Grundy County..........

7,597.00 16-7680-00................... Hamblen County.........

24,177.00 16-7682-00................... Hamilton County........

97,852.00 16-7688-00................... Hardeman County........

14,168.00 16-7690-00................... Hardin County..........

17,756.00 16-7692-00................... Hawkins County.........

15,691.00 16-7694-00................... Haywood County.........

15,796.00 16-7696-00................... Henderson County.......

17,982.00 16-7698-00................... Henry County...........

15,359.00 16-7700-00................... Hickman County.........

9,240.00 16-7702-00................... Houston County.........

6,858.00 16-7704-00................... Humphreys County.......

14,530.00 16-7708-00................... Jefferson County.......

21,177.00 16-7710-00................... Johnson County.........

11,651.00 16-7712-00................... Knox County............

100,248.00 16-7718-00................... Lauderdale County......

11,561.00 16-7720-00................... Lawrence County........

38,797.00 16-7722-00................... Lewis County...........

12,556.00 16-7724-00................... Lincoln County.........

21,855.00 16-7726-00................... Loudon County..........

11,953.00 16-7728-00................... McMinn County..........

27,583.00 16-7730-00................... McNairy County.........

14,319.00 16-7732-00................... Macon County...........

14,801.00 16-7734-00................... Madison County.........

32,798.00 16-7738-00................... Marion County..........

12,269.00 16-7740-00................... Marshall County........

8,064.00 16-7742-00................... Maury County...........

27,508.00 16-7744-00................... Meigs County...........

6,662.00 16-7746-00................... Monroe County..........

27,327.00 16-7748-00................... Montgomery County......

33,522.00 16-7754-00................... Morgan County..........

6,843.00 16-7756-00................... Obion County...........

18,916.00 16-7758-00................... Overton County.........

12,088.00 16-7764-00................... Polk County............

7,160.00 16-7766-00................... Putnam County..........

22,684.00 16-7768-00................... Rhea County............

17,409.00 16-7770-00................... Roane County...........

24,704.00 16-7774-00................... Rutherford County......

45,128.00 16-7776-00................... Scott County...........

11,440.00 16-7780-00................... Sevier County..........

41,465.00 16-7782-00................... Shelby County..........

281,693.00 16-7786-00................... Smith County...........

7,054.00 16-7788-00................... Stewart County.........

8,245.00 16-7790-00................... Sullivan County........

41,148.00 16-7794-00................... Tipton County..........

14,500.00 16-7798-00................... Unicoi County..........

7,582.00 16-7804-00................... Warren County..........

18,524.00 16-7806-00................... Washington County......

28,593.00 16-7808-00................... Wayne County...........

14,259.00 16-7810-00................... Weakley County.........

13,972.00 16-7812-00................... White County...........

13,098.00

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16-7818-00................... State Set-Aside

82,863.00 Committee, TN.

Tennessee Total........ 2,043,579.00

Texas

16-7820-00................... Abilene/Jones, Taylor

$44,721.00 Counties.

16-7822-00................... Amarillo/Potter,

68,098.00 Randall Counties.

16-7824-00................... Austin/Travis,

253,673.00 Williamson Counties.

16-7826-00................... Dallas/Collin,Dallas,

920,291.00 Denton Counties.

16-7828-00................... Houston/Fort Bend,

1,469,810.00 Harris Counties.

16-7830-00................... Longview/Gregg,

102,449.00 Harrison Counties.

16-7856-00................... Anderson County........

17,650.00 16-7860-00................... Angelina County........

28,849.00 16-7862-00................... Aransas County.........

7,521.00 16-7868-00................... Atascosa County........

11,078.00 16-7870-00................... Austin County..........

6,481.00 16-7876-00................... Bastrop County.........

16,007.00 16-7880-00................... Bee County.............

10,430.00 16-7882-00................... Bell County............

69,349.00 16-7886-00................... Bexar County...........

421,854.00 16-7896-00................... Bowie County...........

48,338.00 16-7900-00................... Brazoria County........

114,567.00 16-7902-00................... Brazos County..........

24,267.00 16-7910-00................... Brooks County..........

6,331.00 16-7912-00................... Brown County...........

15,676.00 16-7916-00................... Burnet County..........

8,260.00 16-7918-00................... Caldwell County........

9,571.00 16-7920-00................... Calhoun County.........

12,480.00 16-7924-00................... Cameron County.........

234,711.00 16-7934-00................... Cass County............

18,931.00 16-7938-00................... Chambers County........

9,511.00 16-7940-00................... Cherokee County........

14,379.00 16-7964-00................... Comal County...........

16,173.00 16-7970-00................... Cooke County...........

8,818.00 16-7972-00................... Coryell County.........

15,344.00 16-8002-00................... Dawson County..........

6,300.00 16-8004-00................... Deaf Smith County......

10,475.00 16-8020-00................... Dimmit County..........

8,893.00 16-8024-00................... Duval County...........

7,566.00 16-8026-00................... Eastland County........

6,315.00 16-8028-00................... Ector County...........

60,683.00 16-8034-00................... Ellis County...........

33,296.00 16-8036-00................... El Paso County.........

504,271.00 16-8040-00................... Erath County...........

6,225.00 16-8044-00................... Fannin County..........

10,355.00 16-8062-00................... Frio County............

8,124.00 16-8066-00................... Galveston County.......

159,167.00 16-8080-00................... Gray County............

6,858.00 16-8084-00................... Grayson County.........

34,336.00 16-8090-00................... Grimes County..........

7,898.00 16-8092-00................... Guadalupe County.......

17,183.00 16-8094-00................... Hale County............

16,987.00 16-8104-00................... Hardin County..........

25,699.00 16-8122-00................... Hays County............

23,031.00 16-8126-00................... Henderson County.......

20,604.00 16-8128-00................... Hidalgo County.........

529,593.00 16-8132-00................... Hill County............

9,782.00 16-8134-00................... Hockley County.........

8,139.00 16-8138-00................... Hopkins County.........

12,767.00 16-8142-00................... Howard County..........

8,606.00 16-8146-00................... Hunt County............

28,472.00 16-8148-00................... Hutchinson County......

10,581.00 16-8158-00................... Jasper County..........

29,045.00 16-8162-00................... Jefferson County.......

141,924.00 16-8170-00................... Jim Wells County.......

22,172.00 16-8180-00................... Kaufman County.........

19,700.00 16-8188-00................... Kerr County............

7,280.00 16-8196-00................... Kleberg County.........

13,369.00 16-8200-00................... Lamar County...........

20,258.00 16-8202-00................... Lamb County............

6,436.00 16-8214-00................... Liberty County.........

37,380.00 16-8216-00................... Limestone County.......

7,597.00 16-8226-00................... Lubbock County.........

71,294.00

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16-8234-00................... Mc Lennan County.......

66,877.00 16-8242-00................... Marion County..........

7,069.00 16-8248-00................... Matagorda County.......

33,446.00 16-8250-00................... Maverick County........

73,751.00 16-8252-00................... Medina County..........

8,622.00 16-8256-00................... Midland County.........

38,857.00 16-8260-00................... Milam County...........

7,853.00 16-8268-00................... Montgomery County......

75,077.00 16-8272-00................... Morris County..........

7,325.00 16-8276-00................... Nacogdoches County.....

21,720.00 16-8278-00................... Navarro County.........

17,801.00 16-8280-00................... Newton County..........

12,073.00 16-8282-00................... Nolan County...........

7,853.00 16-8284-00................... Nueces County..........

191,001.00 16-8292-00................... Orange County..........

66,063.00 16-8294-00................... Palo Pinto County......

13,369.00 16-8296-00................... Panola County..........

11,862.00 16-8302-00................... Pecos County...........

6,481.00 16-8304-00................... Polk County............

13,867.00 16-8310-00................... Presidio County........

17,997.00 16-8322-00................... Red River County.......

6,873.00 16-8324-00................... Reeves County..........

10,355.00 16-8330-00................... Robertson County.......

6,180.00 16-8336-00................... Rusk County............

19,293.00 16-8344-00................... San Patricio County....

36,355.00 16-8354-00................... Shelby County..........

10,460.00 16-8358-00................... Smith County...........

81,106.00 16-8364-00................... Starr County...........

86,788.00 16-8376-00................... Tarrant County.........

407,866.00 16-8402-00................... Titus County...........

12,721.00 16-8404-00................... Tom Green County.......

26,106.00 16-8414-00................... Tyler County...........

13,400.00 16-8416-00................... Upshur County..........

14,771.00 16-8420-00................... Uvalde County..........

19,896.00 16-8422-00................... Val Verde County.......

32,798.00 16-8424-00................... Van Zandt County.......

11,877.00 16-8426-00................... Victoria County........

33,130.00 16-8430-00................... Walker County..........

9,390.00 16-8432-00................... Waller County..........

8,983.00 16-8436-00................... Washington County......

6,225.00 16-8438-00................... Webb County............

120,506.00 16-8442-00................... Wharton County.........

17,846.00 16-8446-00................... Wichita County.........

43,123.00 16-8452-00................... Willacy County.........

25,021.00 16-8458-00................... Wilson County..........

6,255.00 16-8462-00................... Wise County............

9,812.00 16-8464-00................... Wood County............

12,525.00 16-8468-00................... Young County...........

8,365.00 16-8470-00................... Zapata County..........

6,285.00 16-8472-00................... Zavala County..........

15,615.00 16-8474-00................... State Set-Aside

204,147.00 Committee, TX.

Texas Total............ 7,987,316.00

Utah

16-8480-00................... Cache County...........

$17,077.00 16-8482-00................... Carbon County..........

7,657.00 16-8488-00................... Duchesne County........

6,391.00 16-8496-00................... Iron County............

6,768.00 16-8510-00................... Salt Lake County.......

192,207.00 16-8516-00................... San Juan County........

6,888.00 16-8518-00................... Sanpete County.........

6,768.00 16-8526-00................... Uintah County..........

9,662.00 16-8528-00................... Utah County............

63,803.00 16-8536-00................... Washington County......

17,936.00 16-8540-00................... Weber County...........

57,216.00 16-8544-00................... State Set-Aside

61,581.00 Committee, UT.

Utah Total.............

453,954.00

Vermont

16-8552-00................... Caledonia County.......

$13,731.00

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16-8554-00................... Chittenden County......

36,280.00 16-8562-00................... Lamoille County........

10,717.00 16-8566-00................... Orleans County.........

16,309.00 16-8568-00................... Rutland County.........

24,267.00 16-8576-00................... State Set-Aside

58,939.00 Committee, VT.

Vermont Total..........

160,243.00

Virginia

16-8584-00................... Accomack County........

$21,735.00 16-8608-00................... Brunswick County.......

7,672.00 16-8610-00................... Buchanan County........

22,835.00 16-8616-00................... Caroline County........

12,947.00 16-8618-00................... Carroll County.........

9,782.00 16-8622-00................... Charlotte County.......

6,180.00 16-8634-00................... Dickenson County.......

16,248.00 16-8652-00................... Giles County...........

8,215.00 16-8658-00................... Grayson County.........

7,627.00 16-8664-00................... Halifax County.........

33,356.00 16-8674-00................... Isle of Wight County...

10,687.00 16-8684-00................... Lancaster County.......

11,003.00 16-8686-00................... Lee County.............

17,288.00 16-8690-00................... Louisa County..........

11,455.00 16-8692-00................... Lunenburg County.......

8,290.00 16-8698-00................... Mecklenburg County.....

16,067.00 16-8702-00................... Montgomery County......

17,620.00 16-8708-00................... Northampton County.....

6,104.00 16-8710-00................... Northumberland County..

9,692.00 16-8712-00................... Nottoway County........

6,496.00 16-8716-00................... Page County............

10,807.00 16-8720-00................... Pittsylvania County....

28,291.00 16-8724-00................... Prince Edward County...

9,405.00 16-8730-00................... Pulaski County.........

19,640.00 16-8742-00................... Russell County.........

23,528.00 16-8744-00................... Scott County...........

11,244.00 16-8748-00................... Smyth County...........

26,091.00 16-8760-00................... Tazewell County........

29,060.00 16-8764-00................... Washington County......

26,890.00 16-8766-00................... Westmoreland County....

10,280.00 16-8768-00................... Wise County............

30,914.00 16-8770-00................... Wythe County...........

19,142.00 16-8778-00................... Bristol City...........

6,602.00 16-8782-00................... Charlottesville City...

8,275.00 16-8792-00................... Danville City..........

31,276.00 16-8802-00................... Fredericksburg City....

6,406.00 16-8808-00................... Harrisonburg City......

6,270.00 16-8810-00................... Hopewell City..........

9,466.00 16-8814-00................... Lynchburg City.........

19,097.00 16-8820-00................... Martinsville City......

7,340.00 16-8822-00................... Newport News City......

67,842.00 16-8824-00................... Norfolk City...........

92,727.00 16-8828-00................... Petersburg City........

21,463.00 16-8832-00................... Portsmouth City........

53,855.00 16-8836-00................... Richmond City..........

77,519.00 16-8838-00................... Roanoke City...........

31,321.00 16-8844-00................... Staunton City..........

7,099.00 16-8846-00................... Suffolk City...........

25,292.00 16-8852-00................... Williamsburg City......

6,948.00 16-8856-00................... State Set-Aside

687,799.00 Committee, VA.

Virginia Total......... 1,673,188.00

Washington

16-8858-00................... Adams County...........

$13,626.00 16-8860-00................... Asotin County..........

7,401.00 16-8862-00................... Benton County..........

81,000.00 16-8864-00................... Chelan County..........

50,192.00 16-8866-00................... Clallam County.........

32,889.00 16-8868-00................... Clark County...........

102,796.00 16-8872-00................... Cowlitz County.........

50,117.00 16-8874-00................... Douglas County.........

22,051.00 16-8878-00................... Franklin County........

36,898.00

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16-8882-00................... Grant County...........

51,488.00 16-8884-00................... Grays Harbor County....

45,339.00 16-8888-00................... Jefferson County.......

11,938.00 16-8890-00................... King County............

601,897.00 16-8896-00................... Kitsap County..........

89,155.00 16-8898-00................... Kittitas County........

16,248.00 16-8900-00................... Klickitat County.......

15,585.00 16-8902-00................... Lewis County...........

42,369.00 16-8906-00................... Mason County...........

22,865.00 16-8908-00................... Okanogan County........

36,943.00 16-8910-00................... Pacific County.........

12,631.00 16-8912-00................... Pend Oreille County....

10,264.00 16-8914-00................... Pierce County..........

266,259.00 16-8920-00................... Skagit County..........

59,838.00 16-8922-00................... Skamania County........

6,466.00 16-8924-00................... Snohomish County.......

200,044.00 16-8928-00................... Spokane County.........

161,353.00 16-8932-00................... Stevens County.........

26,513.00 16-8934-00................... Thurston County........

89,140.00 16-8938-00................... Walla Walla County.....

28,171.00 16-8940-00................... Whatcom County.........

81,031.00 16-8944-00................... Yakima County..........

204,521.00 16-8948-00................... State Set-Aside

24,611.00 Committee, WA.

Washington Total....... 2,501,639.00

West Virginia

16-8950-00................... Huntington/Cabell,

$57,954.00 Wayne Counties.

16-8954-00................... Barbour County.........

11,093.00 16-8956-00................... Berkeley County........

25,548.00 16-8958-00................... Boone County...........

12,480.00 16-8960-00................... Braxton County.........

9,571.00 16-8962-00................... Brooke County..........

12,405.00 16-8968-00................... Calhoun County.........

7,175.00 16-8970-00................... Clay County............

7,355.00 16-8974-00................... Fayette County.........

26,965.00 16-8978-00................... Grant County...........

7,702.00 16-8980-00................... Greenbrier County......

19,097.00 16-8982-00................... Hampshire County.......

6,753.00 16-8984-00................... Hancock County.........

15,811.00 16-8988-00................... Harrison County........

37,621.00 16-8990-00................... Jackson County.........

14,078.00 16-8994-00................... Kanawha County.........

80,820.00 16-8998-00................... Lewis County...........

9,842.00 16-9000-00................... Lincoln County.........

12,345.00 16-9002-00................... Logan County...........

21,494.00 16-9004-00................... McDowell County........

14,711.00 16-9006-00................... Marion County..........

37,938.00 16-9008-00................... Marshall County........

15,223.00 16-9010-00................... Mason County...........

16,459.00 16-9012-00................... Mercer County..........

22,956.00 16-9014-00................... Mineral County.........

8,305.00 16-9016-00................... Mingo County...........

20,001.00 16-9018-00................... Monongalia County......

28,563.00 16-9024-00................... Nicholas County........

16,896.00 16-9026-00................... Ohio County............

17,907.00 16-9032-00................... Pocahontas County......

6,481.00 16-9034-00................... Preston County.........

17,952.00 16-9036-00................... Putnam County..........

18,585.00 16-9038-00................... Raleigh County.........

43,319.00 16-9040-00................... Randolph County........

19,760.00 16-9042-00................... Ritchie County.........

8,169.00 16-9044-00................... Roane County...........

10,671.00 16-9048-00................... Taylor County..........

9,647.00 16-9050-00................... Tucker County..........

6,994.00 16-9054-00................... Upshur County..........

12,932.00 16-9062-00................... Wetzel County..........

10,671.00 16-9066-00................... Wood County............

38,360.00 16-9068-00................... Wyoming County.........

13,354.00 16-9070-00................... State Set-Aside

32,882.00 Committee, WV.

West Virginia Total....

844,845.00

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Wisconsin

16-9072-00................... Eau Claire/Chippewa,

$43,575.00 Eau Claire Counties.

16-9098-00................... Ashland County.........

8,139.00 16-9102-00................... Bayfield County........

7,129.00 16-9104-00................... Brown County...........

58,994.00 16-9120-00................... Clark County...........

15,148.00 16-9126-00................... Dane County............

62,823.00 16-9134-00................... Douglas County.........

17,650.00 16-9136-00................... Dunn County............

11,048.00 16-9148-00................... Grant County...........

22,835.00 16-9158-00................... Jackson County.........

7,793.00 16-9162-00................... Juneau County..........

11,847.00 16-9164-00................... Kenosha County.........

39,671.00 16-9170-00................... La Crosse County.......

25,428.00 16-9176-00................... Langlade County........

7,958.00 16-9182-00................... Marathon County........

38,526.00 16-9184-00................... Marinette County.......

16,896.00 16-9186-00................... Marquette County.......

6,481.00 16-9190-00................... Milwaukee County.......

296,886.00 16-9198-00................... Monroe County..........

13,671.00 16-9200-00................... Oconto County..........

12,706.00 16-9214-00................... Polk County............

13,098.00 16-9216-00................... Portage County.........

22,835.00 16-9220-00................... Racine County..........

57,774.00 16-9226-00................... Rock County............

48,082.00 16-9230-00................... Rusk County............

7,747.00 16-9236-00................... Sawyer County..........

9,330.00 16-9242-00................... Taylor County..........

7,913.00 16-9246-00................... Vernon County..........

9,013.00 16-9248-00................... Vilas County...........

7,536.00 16-9252-00................... Washburn County........

6,918.00 16-9264-00................... Waushara County........

8,818.00 16-9266-00................... Winnebago County.......

40,048.00 16-9272-00................... State Set-Aside

314,574.00 Committee, WI.

Wisconsin Total........ 1,278,890.00

Wyoming

16-9288-00................... Fremont County.........

$20,740.00 16-9300-00................... Lincoln County.........

6,044.00 16-9302-00................... Natrona County.........

29,271.00 16-9320-00................... Uinta County...........

10,837.00 16-9326-00................... State Set-Aside

83,108.00 Committee, WY.

Wyoming Total..........

150,000.00

American Samoa

16-9328-00................... American Samoa......... $106,050.00

American Samoa Total...

106,050.00

Guam

16-9330-00................... Guam................... $101,000.00

Guam Total.............

101,000.00

Northern Marianas

16-9332-00................... Northern Mariana

$65,650.00 Islands.

Northern Marianas Total

65,650.00

Puerto Rico

16-9334-00................... Puerto Rico............ $2,180,200.00

Puerto Rico Total...... 2,180,200.00

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Trust Territories

16-9338-00................... Trust Territories......

$22,725.00

Trust Territories Total

22,725.00

Virgin Islands

16-9340-00................... Virgin Islands......... $141,400.00

Virgin Islands Total...

141,400.00

[FR Doc. 98-3865Filed3-4-98; 8:45 am]

BILLING CODE 6718-02-P