Federal Funds Survey FY 1994, 1995, and 1996, Vol. XLIV

Detailed Statistical Tables

Historical Data-Obligations


    TABLE C-109A.  FEDERAL OBLIGATIONS FOR R&D PLANT, BY STATE: FISCAL YEARS
                        1986-94 [DOLLARS IN MILLIONS]

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         STATE         |  1986  |  1987  |  1988  |  1989  |  1990  |  1991  |  1992  |  1993  |  1994
                       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
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                       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  TOTAL ...............| 1,482.5| 1,793.8| 2,025.1| 2,144.3| 2,230.1| 2,807.0| 2,962.9| 3,054.5| 2,152.0
                       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
ALABAMA ...............|    41.2|    42.8|    51.8|    47.2|   109.7|   165.0|   346.1|   368.2|    94.1
ALASKA ................|      .0|      .0|     6.4|      .0|    11.1|      .2|      .8|     1.0|    88.0
ARIZONA ...............|     1.7|    19.6|    21.8|    18.1|     2.5|    16.4|     7.9|    16.9|    20.8
ARKANSAS ..............|      .9|      .5|      .4|     3.1|     2.2|     5.3|     4.4|     3.3|     3.9
CALIFORNIA ............|   323.5|   290.7|   429.0|   446.7|   459.0|   377.8|   356.1|   469.6|   209.5
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COLORADO ..............|    16.3|    12.8|    53.5|    62.5|    32.3|    50.7|    55.6|    30.0|    36.9
CONNECTICUT ...........|     1.2|      .4|     1.0|     1.4|     1.8|     2.6|     2.6|    14.4|     3.8
DELAWARE ..............|      .4|      .4|     1.3|      .2|    -   |    -   |      .1|     2.1|     1.1
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA ..|    28.0|    24.1|    15.4|    17.1|     7.4|    16.3|    17.8|    13.3|    11.2
FLORIDA ...............|    53.2|    64.6|    86.0|   100.0|    68.3|   132.1|   143.1|    73.5|   101.7
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GEORGIA ...............|    15.6|    23.1|     2.7|    10.8|     3.6|     6.0|     6.4|     3.5|     5.3
HAWAII ................|      .6|      .6|     6.9|      .4|     1.4|     9.2|     6.5|    19.3|    14.3
IDAHO .................|    24.7|    17.8|    39.6|    12.0|    30.3|    46.0|    39.6|    27.4|    12.5
ILLINOIS ..............|    96.6|    94.3|    76.7|    94.9|   116.3|   319.7|   183.9|   201.6|   208.5
INDIANA ...............|      .5|     5.8|     1.9|     1.5|     1.3|     5.0|     8.4|    22.6|     4.1
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IOWA ..................|     3.3|    22.7|     3.8|     6.2|    10.4|    26.1|     5.2|     7.9|    10.1
KANSAS ................|    41.0|    49.8|      .1|     1.6|     3.1|     5.2|     2.5|    10.1|    10.6
KENTUCKY ..............|      .3|     1.7|      .1|      .5|      .7|     1.6|      .0|      .0|     3.9
LOUISIANA .............|     2.2|     2.5|    31.9|    47.2|    33.6|    26.1|    26.2|    29.5|    21.0
MAINE .................|    -   |    -   |      .3|      .1|      .7|      .7|     1.5|     1.0|     1.9
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MARYLAND ..............|    78.6|   109.8|    79.2|   120.1|   178.9|   235.9|   229.7|   264.6|   196.2
MASSACHUSETTS .........|    17.7|    36.3|    94.2|    54.7|    78.2|    32.5|    20.2|    22.3|    15.8
MICHIGAN ..............|     1.2|     1.4|     4.4|     4.6|     6.6|     3.0|     9.1|    21.7|     4.5
MINNESOTA .............|     1.1|      .4|      .7|     1.8|     1.1|     2.1|     2.5|     3.0|     2.2
MISSISSIPPI ...........|    13.5|    39.1|    19.1|    41.1|    47.4|    50.8|    41.6|    42.2|    31.9
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MISSOURI ..............|     4.7|     4.8|     2.7|     3.7|     1.9|     6.5|     1.7|     1.5|     4.7
MONTANA ...............|      .2|      .2|      .2|      .2|      .5|     1.6|     2.7|     1.6|     3.6
NEBRASKA ..............|     7.3|     1.4|     4.1|     2.8|     4.1|     6.0|     5.7|     1.0|     1.0
NEVADA ................|    69.9|    87.0|   103.3|    69.3|    61.1|    57.7|    59.7|    50.2|    26.9
NEW HAMPSHIRE .........|      .3|      .2|    -   |      .2|      .3|      .3|     4.0|      .8|      .3
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NEW JERSEY ............|    37.6|    39.8|    52.6|    46.8|    51.3|    30.0|    39.0|    53.2|    45.3
NEW MEXICO ............|   192.0|   256.6|   231.4|   239.6|   197.9|   175.5|   164.7|   181.4|   152.6
NEW YORK ..............|   105.0|   113.4|   115.3|   101.6|   100.6|   107.2|   194.5|   177.7|   183.1
NORTH CAROLINA ........|     2.2|     3.4|      .9|     4.3|     3.4|     7.4|     6.8|    36.6|    40.0
NORTH DAKOTA ..........|     8.8|      .8|     9.2|     6.0|     7.4|     9.0|     7.4|     5.5|     5.8
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OHIO ..................|    19.2|    58.1|    68.5|    69.8|    56.3|   115.4|   122.2|    64.1|   124.1
OKLAHOMA ..............|     2.3|      .9|    10.7|     4.5|     1.5|     3.3|     4.1|     1.0|     1.9
OREGON ................|    12.0|    24.7|     8.6|    30.1|    12.3|     3.3|     1.8|    13.8|     6.5
PENNSYLVANIA ..........|    19.0|    41.4|    56.3|    79.0|    36.0|    89.5|    52.0|    95.7|    65.0
RHODE ISLAND ..........|     5.5|     6.4|     2.0|     1.6|      .8|    14.3|     1.9|      .6|      .6
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SOUTH CAROLINA ........|     5.7|    19.6|     8.2|     8.9|     3.7|    31.9|     4.1|     4.9|    14.7
SOUTH DAKOTA ..........|    -   |      .1|      .6|      .3|     1.7|     2.0|     1.5|     1.0|     5.6
TENNESSEE .............|    30.8|    29.3|    57.2|    58.8|    62.4|    63.2|    48.1|    29.5|    77.4
TEXAS .................|    79.7|    75.1|    40.7|    97.6|   210.6|   218.0|   465.7|   429.1|    56.6
UTAH ..................|    13.6|    14.2|     6.8|    12.1|     2.5|     3.5|     1.5|     3.5|     6.7
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VERMONT ...............|      .0|     1.0|     8.0|     1.4|      .4|      .8|      .0|      .1|      .6
VIRGINIA ..............|    45.5|    89.4|   105.5|   127.4|   128.7|   175.5|   172.4|   131.0|   126.6
WASHINGTON ............|    26.4|    24.8|    31.2|    35.5|    44.2|    34.5|    54.3|    71.6|    71.5
WEST VIRGINIA .........|    10.2|    16.5|    23.2|    26.7|    12.4|    89.4|     9.7|     8.4|     4.8
WISCONSIN .............|     2.7|     4.0|     2.0|     4.0|     4.4|    13.0|    10.2|     8.0|     9.6
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WYOMING ...............|      .1|      .3|      .2|      .1|      .2|      .7|     1.8|      .6|     1.8
OUTLYING AREAS ........|    13.9|    18.2|    46.5|     1.5|    14.9|    11.0|     6.9|    13.1|      .5
  PUERTO RICO .........|      NA|      NA|      NA|      NA|      NA|      NA|      NA|      NA|      .4
  OTHER AREAS .........|      NA|      NA|      NA|      NA|      NA|      NA|      NA|      NA|    -
OFFICES ABROAD ........|     4.5|     1.0|      .9|    16.8|      .3|      .5|      .6|      .6|      .7
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NOTES:    FOR EACH YEAR, THE DATA SHOWN INCLUDE THE OBLIGATIONS OF THE 10
    OR 11 MAJOR R&D-SUPPORTING AGENCIES WHICH WERE REQUESTED TO REPORT TO
    THIS SECTION OF THE SURVEY IN THAT YEAR, AND REPRESENT 96 PERCENT OR MORE
    OF THE TOTAL FEDERAL R&D OBLIGATIONS IN THAT YEAR.  ALTHOUGH THE
    NONGEOGRAPHIC HISTORICAL TABLES INCORPORATE CORRECTIONS TO PREVIOUSLY
    REPORTED DATA THAT HAVE BEEN SUBMITTED BY THE REPORTING AGENCIES,
    CORRESPONDING CORRECTIONS TO THE GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTIONS ARE RARELY
    OBTAINABLE.  BECAUSE OF ROUNDING, DETAIL MAY NOT ADD TO TOTALS.
KEY:      -  = AMOUNT LESS THAN 50 THOUSAND DOLLARS NA = NOT APPLICABLE
    (INDICATES THAT THE DATA COLLECTED FOR THIS TABLE WERE NOT RECORDED AT
    THAT LEVEL IN THAT PARTICULAR FISCAL YEAR)
SOURCE:   NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION/SRS, SURVEY OF FEDERAL FUNDS FOR
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT: FISCAL YEARS 1994, 1995, AND 1996