Colorado

(obligations in thousands of dollars)

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                                                Estimated FY 1999 obligations from:
                                      FY 1998   ___________________________________   FY 2000
        Agency and Program            Actual                                        (estimated)
                                                 Previous       New        Total
                                                 authority   authority
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Department of Agriculture, Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service
 
      Cooperative Forestry Research        277  ...........        296         296         269
      Payments to Agricultural Exper     2,318  ...........      2,484       2,484       1,899
      1890 Land-Grant Colleges and T........... ........... ........... ........... ...........
      Animal Health and Disease Rese       216  ...........        231         231         216
      Cooperative Extension Service      4,091  ...........      3,474       3,474       3,288
 
Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Service
 
      School Breakfast Program (10.5     7,883  ...........      8,429       8,429       8,867
      National School Lunch Program     48,032          94      50,501      50,595      52,617
      Special Milk Program (10.556).        88  ...........         92          92          93
      Special Supplemental Nutrition    39,861       1,533      38,669      40,202      41,567
      Child and Adult Care Food Prog    22,281  ...........     24,057      24,057      26,115
      Summer Food Service Program fo     1,606  ...........      1,765       1,765       1,924
      State Administrative Expenses      1,365  ...........      1,448       1,448       1,514
      State Administrative Matching     16,115  ...........     15,302      15,302      13,228
      Nutrition, Education, and Trai        50  ........... ........... ...........         27
      Commodity Supplemental Food Pr     5,391         645       5,447       6,092       5,714
      The Emergency Food Assistance      2,030           2       1,724       1,726       1,962
      Nutrition Program for the Elde     1,171  ...........      1,170       1,170       1,253
      Farmers' Market Nutrition Prog........... ........... ........... ........... ...........
 
Department of Agriculture, Forest Service
 
      Cooperative Forestry Assistanc     1,373  ...........      1,904       1,904       2,892
      Schools and Roads--Grants to S     5,291  ...........      5,582       5,582       5,271
 
Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
 
      Coastal Zone Management Admini........... ........... ........... ........... ...........
 
Department of Education, Office of Elementary and Secondary Education
 
      Title I Grants to Local Educat    68,631      14,150      70,474      84,624      71,791
      Migrant Education--Basic State     4,409  ...........      5,057       5,057       5,427
      Title I Program for Neglected        249  ...........        254         254         265
      Impact Aid--Basic Support Paym     5,956  ...........      7,192       7,192       9,304
      Impact Aid--Payments for Child       777  ...........        808         808         446
      Indian Education--Grants to Lo       392  ...........        407         407         407
      Safe and Drug-Free Schools and     6,067  ...........      5,044       5,044       4,946
      Education for Homeless Childre       271  ...........        261         261         278
      Even Start--State Educational      1,053  ...........      1,123       1,123       1,181
      Capital Expenses (84.216).....       124  ...........         72          72  ...........
      Goals 2000--State and Local Ed     5,429  ...........      5,377       5,377       5,350
      Eisenhower Professional Develo     3,869  ...........      3,873       3,873       3,816
      Innovative Education Program S     4,871  ...........      5,258       5,258  ...........
      Technology Literacy Challenge      3,923  ...........      3,892       3,892       3,969
      Demonstrations of Comprehensiv...........      1,156       1,149       2,305       1,374
      Class Size Reduction and Teach........... ...........     13,164      13,164      15,319
 
Department of Education, Office of Bilingual Education and Minority Language Affairs
 
      Immigrant Education (84.162)..     1,393  ...........      1,393       1,393       1,393
 
Department of Education, Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services
 
      Special Education--Grants to S    45,835  ...........     51,802      51,802      51,802
      Rehabilitation Services--Vocat    27,612  ...........     28,520      28,520      28,897
      Rehabilitation Services--Clien       130  ...........        134         134         134
      Independent Living--State Gran       292  ...........        298         298         298
      Special Education--Preschool G     4,875  ...........      4,857       4,857       5,232
      Special Education--Grants for      4,595  ...........      4,981       4,981       5,268
      Supported Employment Services        493  ...........        498         498         498
      Program of Protection and Advo       115  ...........        126         126         126
      Protection and Advocacy for As........... ...........         44          44          44
 
Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
 
      Adult Education--State Grant P     3,214  ...........      3,159       3,159       4,012
      Vocational Education--Basic Gr    13,400  ...........     13,400      13,400      13,400
      Tech-Prep Education (84.243)..     1,395  ...........      1,421       1,421       1,486
      Grants to States for Incarcera       213  ...........        184         184         184
 
Department of Education, Office of Post Secondary Education
 
      Leveraging Educational Assista       349  ...........        347         347         347
      Byrd Honors Scholarships (84.1       536  ...........        545         545         563
 
Department of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement
 
      Fund for the Improvement of Ed...........        352         355         707         355
 
Department of Energy
 
      State Energy Program (81.041).       461  ...........        506         506         568
      Weatherization Assistance for      2,994  ...........      3,183       3,183       3,694
 
Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration
 
      Abstinence Education (93.235).       544  ...........        544         544         544
      HIV Emergency Relief Formula G     2,173       2,131  ...........      2,131             1
      HIV Care Formula Grants (93.91     4,614       5,756  ...........      5,756             1
      Maternal and Child Health Serv     7,470  ...........      7,606       7,606       7,606
 
Department of Health and Human Services, Center for Disease Control and Prevention
 
      Preventive Health and Health S     2,446  ...........      2,477       2,477       2,105
 
Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
 
      Block Grants for Community Men     3,750  ...........      3,750       3,750       4,347
      Block Grants for Prevention an    19,331  ...........     20,297      20,297      21,003
 
Department of Health and Human Services, Health Care Financing Administration
 
      State Children's Health Insura    41,791  ...........     41,593      41,593      41,593
      State Survey and Certification     2,681  ...........      2,768       2,768       2,768
      Grants to States for Medicaid    859,389  ...........    939,949     939,949     950,677
 
Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families
 
      Family Preservation and Suppor     2,248  ...........      2,362       2,362       2,545
      Temporary Assistance for Needy   136,057  ...........    136,057     136,057     136,057
      Temporary Assistance for Needy     3,268  ...........      6,617       6,617       6,617
      Child Support Enforcement - Fe    27,157  ...........     32,663      32,663      35,723
      Low Income Home Energy Assista    15,660  ...........     17,220      17,220      17,225
      Low-Income Home Energy Assista........... ........... ........... ........... ...........
      Community Services Block Grant     4,256  ...........      4,316       4,316       4,316
      Child Care and Development Blo    10,989  ...........     10,761      10,761      12,856
      Child Care Mandatory and Match    10,174  ...........     10,174      10,174      10,174
      Child Care Mandatory and Match    12,133  ...........     13,578      13,578      16,284
      Child Care and Development Fun........... ........... ........... ...........            1
      Child Care and Development Fun........... ........... ........... ...........            1
      Head Start (93.600)...........    42,368  ...........     46,352      46,352      52,103
      Runaway and Homeless Youth (93       577  ...........        577         577         577
      Developmental Disabilities - B       701  ...........        703         703         703
      Developmental Disabilities - P       281  ...........        282         282         283
      Child Welfare Services - State     3,949  ...........      4,010       4,010       4,010
      Foster Care - Title IV-E (93.6    33,419  ...........     37,588      37,588      42,823
      Adoption Assistance (93.659)..     8,121  ...........     10,070      10,070      11,824
      Social Services Block Grant (9    32,595  ...........     27,357      27,357      34,106
      Family Violence Prevention and       809  ...........        837         837         977
      Independent Living (93.674)...       828  ...........        826         826       1,239
 
Department of Health and Human Services, Administration on Aging
 
      Special Programs for the Aging     2,973  ...........      2,976       2,976       2,976
      Special Programs for the Aging     1,158  ...........      1,166       1,166       1,575
      Special Programs for the Aging     3,700  ...........      3,693       3,693       3,693
 
Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Inspector General
 
      State Medicaid Fraud Control U       624  ...........        672         672         705
 
Department of Housing and Urban Development, Community Planning and Development
 
      Community Development Block Gr    30,350  ...........     30,486      30,486      31,420
      Community Development Block Gr    10,784  ...........     10,873      10,873      11,206
      Emergency Shelter Grants (14.2     1,608  ...........      1,465       1,465       1,465
      HOME Investment Partnerships P    16,330  ...........     17,682      17,682      17,482
      Housing Opportunities for Pers     1,117  ...........      1,164       1,164       1,242
 
Department of the Interior, Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement
 
      Regulation and Technology (15.     1,633  ...........      1,554       1,554       1,554
      Abandoned Mine Land Reclamatio     2,515         552       2,274       2,826       2,665
 
Department of the Interior, United States Fish and Wildlife Service
 
      Sport Fish Restoration (15.605     6,952  ...........      5,422       5,422       6,623
      Wildlife Restoration (15.611).     4,027  ...........      4,355       4,355       4,676
 
Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs
 
      Juvenile Accountability Incent     3,567  ...........      3,593       3,593  ...........
      Juvenile Justice and Delinquen     1,258  ...........        602         602         600
      Crime Victims Assistance (16.5     4,027  ...........      3,523       3,523             1
      Crime Victims Compensation (16     1,911  ...........      2,295       2,295             1
      Byrne Formula Grant Program (D     7,468          35       7,501       7,536         946 1
      Violent Offender Incarceration     4,050  ...........      1,533 1     1,533 1           1
      Violence Against Women Formula     2,038  ...........      2,087       2,087       2,262
      Local Law Enforcement Block Gr     4,061  ...........            1           1...........
      Residential Substance Abuse Tr       774  ...........        774         774             1
 
Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
 
      Employment Service (17.207)...     9,785  ...........      9,935       9,935       9,939
      State Administrative Expenses     29,865  ...........     29,238      29,238             1
      Senior Community Service Emplo     4,396  ...........      4,398       4,398       4,398
      Employment and Training Assist     6,965  ...........      6,515       6,515       7,396
      Migrant and Seasonal Farmworke       806  ...........            1           1           1
      Adult Employment and Training      7,113  ...........      6,402       6,402       5,871
      Summer Youth Employment Progra     6,291  ...........      5,662       5,662             1
      Youth Training Grants (17.250        955  ...........        860         860             1
      Workforce Investment Act (WIA)........... ........... ........... ...........      5,966 1
      Welfare-to-Work (17.253)......     9,879  ...........      9,214       9,214       5,973
 
Department of Labor, Veterans' Employment and Training Service
 
      Disabled Veterans Outrreach Pr     1,634  ...........      1,713       1,713       1,714
      Local Veterans' Employment Rep     1,292  ...........      1,300       1,300       1,295
 
Department of Transportation, Coast Guard
 
      Boating Safety Financial Assis       435  ...........        521         521         521
 
Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration
 
      Airport Improvement Program (E    55,603  ...........     65,275      65,275      53,559
      Airport Improvement Program (S........... ........... ........... ........... ...........
 
Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration
 
      Highway Planning and Construct   240,753     152,264     133,403     285,667     305,837
      Motor Carrier Safety Assistanc     1,153  ...........      1,295       1,295             1
      National Recreational Trails (........... ........... ...........            1           1
      State and Community Highway Sa     2,089  ...........      2,084       2,084       2,125
      Appalachian Development Highwa........... ........... ........... ........... ...........
 
Department of Transportation, Federal Transit Administration
 
      Federal Transit Capital Invest    29,800       1,046      50,378      51,424      39,197
      Federal Transit Metropolitan P...........          1         570         571         646
      Federal Transit Urbanized Area     7,944      12,793      31,563      44,357      49,015
      Federal Transit Formula Progra     1,341           4       1,761       1,765       2,025
      Federal Transit  Rural Transpo        71           2          83          85          84
      Federal Transit Formula Grants       741           1         795         795         906
      Federal Transit Statewide Plan...........          1         130         131         147
 
Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Air and Radiation
 
      Air Pollution Control Program ........... ...........      3,593       3,593       3,652
      Clean Air Partnership Fund (66........... ........... ...........            1           1
 
Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Water
 
      Water Pollution Control-State ........... ...........      1,237       1,237             1
      Public  Water System Supervisi........... ...........      1,277       1,277       1,277
      Underground Injection Control         77  ...........        196         196         196
      Drinking Water State Revolving     9,582  ...........     10,043      10,043      10,503
      Clean Water State Revolving Fu    10,980  ...........     10,881      10,881       6,448
      Non-Point Source Grants (66.46       927  ...........      2,525       2,525       1,263
 
Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Enforcement, Compliance and Assurance
 
      Pesticides Enforcement Grants        241  ...........        207         207         207
 
Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Prevention, Pesticides and Toxic Substances
 
      Pesticides Program Implementat       103  ...........        180         180         180
      Toxic Substances Enforcement G........... ...........        155         155         155
 
Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response
 
      Hazardous Waste Financial Assi........... ........... ........... ........... ...........
      Underground Storage Tanks (UST       187  ...........        188         188         188
 
Corporation for National and Community Service
 
      AmeriCorps Grants (94.006)....     1,145  ...........      1,145       1,145       1,384
 
Federal Emergency Management Agency
 
      Emergency Food and Shelter (83       882  ...........        882         882       1,103
      Emergency Management - State a     1,798  ...........      1,668       1,668             1
      Consolidated Emergency Managem........... ........... ........... ...........      2,276 1
 
National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities, Institute of Museum and Library Services
 
      State Library Program (45.310)     2,008  ...........      2,020       2,020       2,020
                                    ____________________________________________________________
 
      Total, programs distributed b2 2,152,961     184,597   2,232,419   2,417,016   2,441,301
                                    ____________________________________________________________
MEMORANDUM:
      Not distributed by State in a3    69,946       7,922      55,630      63,552       9,232
      Total, including memorandum it 2,222,907     192,519   2,288,050   2,480,569   2,450,533
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\1\ The State-by-State distribution is not available or year-to-year amounts are not 
comparable.  See Introduction and program table.
\2\ The sum of programs distributed and comparable in all years, i.e., the 
sum of the programs that do not have a footnote
 1.  See Introduction.
\3\ The sum of programs not distributed or comparable in all years, i.e., 
the sum of the programs that have a footnote.
 

Source: Budget of the US Government Fiscal Year 2000: Budget Information for States.

Notes: Introduction refers to the introductory material in the printed work. The entire document is available as a .pdf document from budget publications page cited above.

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