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

Detailed Statistical Tables

Geographic Distribution-Research and Development and R&D Plant


  TABLE C-79.  FEDERAL OBLIGATIONS FOR RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT AND FOR R&D
           PLANT, BY STATE: FISCAL YEAR 1994 [DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS]

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                                             |              |              |
                                             |  RESEARCH,   | RESEARCH AND |
                    STATE                    | DEVELOPMENT, | DEVELOPMENT  |  R&D PLANT
                                             |AND R&D PLANT |              |
                                             |              |              |
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                                             |              |              |
    TOTAL ...................................|  67,994,955  |  65,842,907  |   2,152,048
                                             |              |              |
  ALABAMA ...................................|   1,912,434  |   1,818,354  |      94,080
  ALASKA ....................................|     245,332  |     157,317  |      88,015
  ARIZONA ...................................|     815,924  |     795,129  |      20,795
  ARKANSAS ..................................|      92,735  |      88,868  |       3,867
  CALIFORNIA ................................|  11,489,401  |  11,279,888  |     209,513
                                             |              |              |
  COLORADO ..................................|   1,390,276  |   1,353,410  |      36,866
  CONNECTICUT ...............................|     737,270  |     733,512  |       3,758
  DELAWARE ..................................|      51,501  |      50,441  |       1,060
  DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA ......................|   2,485,942  |   2,474,777  |      11,165
  FLORIDA ...................................|   3,007,987  |   2,906,333  |     101,654
                                             |              |              |
  GEORGIA ...................................|   5,549,634  |   5,544,354  |       5,280
  HAWAII ....................................|     154,604  |     140,305  |      14,299
  IDAHO .....................................|     240,234  |     227,773  |      12,461
  ILLINOIS ..................................|   1,288,462  |   1,079,973  |     208,489
  INDIANA ...................................|     407,697  |     403,611  |       4,086
                                             |              |              |
  IOWA ......................................|     233,948  |     223,823  |      10,125
  KANSAS ....................................|      95,407  |      84,823  |      10,584
  KENTUCKY ..................................|      92,489  |      88,635  |       3,854
  LOUISIANA .................................|     226,033  |     205,055  |      20,978
  MAINE .....................................|      82,741  |      80,852  |       1,889
                                             |              |              |
  MARYLAND ..................................|   6,849,156  |   6,652,978  |     196,178
  MASSACHUSETTS .............................|   3,249,852  |   3,234,051  |      15,801
  MICHIGAN ..................................|     774,754  |     770,231  |       4,523
  MINNESOTA .................................|     476,542  |     474,372  |       2,170
  MISSISSIPPI ...............................|     287,618  |     255,734  |      31,884
                                             |              |              |
  MISSOURI ..................................|   2,276,416  |   2,271,683  |       4,733
  MONTANA ...................................|      60,068  |      56,420  |       3,648
  NEBRASKA ..................................|      86,172  |      85,176  |         996
  NEVADA ....................................|     374,517  |     347,665  |      26,852
  NEW HAMPSHIRE .............................|     219,151  |     218,891  |         260
                                             |              |              |
  NEW JERSEY ................................|   1,437,244  |   1,391,942  |      45,302
  NEW MEXICO ................................|   2,046,719  |   1,894,083  |     152,636
  NEW YORK ..................................|   2,881,805  |   2,698,717  |     183,088
  NORTH CAROLINA ............................|     774,308  |     734,323  |      39,985
  NORTH DAKOTA ..............................|      55,375  |      49,580  |       5,795
                                             |              |              |
  OHIO ......................................|   1,858,512  |   1,734,371  |     124,141
  OKLAHOMA ..................................|     143,383  |     141,471  |       1,912
  OREGON ....................................|     285,616  |     279,164  |       6,452
  PENNSYLVANIA ..............................|   2,045,489  |   1,980,531  |      64,958
  RHODE ISLAND ..............................|     434,064  |     433,488  |         576
                                             |              |              |
  SOUTH CAROLINA ............................|     213,281  |     198,537  |      14,744
  SOUTH DAKOTA ..............................|      32,119  |      26,481  |       5,638
  TENNESSEE .................................|     753,068  |     675,621  |      77,447
  TEXAS .....................................|   3,714,951  |   3,658,329  |      56,622
  UTAH ......................................|     332,385  |     325,650  |       6,735
                                             |              |              |
  VERMONT ...................................|      48,506  |      47,880  |         626
  VIRGINIA ..................................|   3,856,332  |   3,729,683  |     126,649
  WASHINGTON ................................|   1,021,669  |     950,186  |      71,483
  WEST VIRGINIA .............................|     217,651  |     212,864  |       4,787
  WISCONSIN .................................|     359,269  |     349,627  |       9,642
                                             |              |              |
  WYOMING ...................................|      38,424  |      36,576  |       1,848
  OUTLYING AREAS ............................|     166,778  |     166,315  |         463
    PUERTO RICO .............................|      50,948  |      50,502  |         446
    OTHER AREAS .............................|     115,830  |     115,813  |          17
  OFFICES ABROAD ............................|      23,710  |      23,054  |         656
                                             |              |              |
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NOTE:     ONLY THE FOLLOWING 10 AGENCIES ARE REQUIRED TO REPORT TO THIS
    SECTION OF
THE SURVEY: THE DEPARTMENTS OF AGRICULTURE, COMMERCE, DEFENSE, ENERGY,
    INTERIOR, TRANSPORTATION, AND HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES; THE
    ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY; THE NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE
    ADMINISTRATION; AND THE NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION.  THE OBLIGATIONS OF
    THE 10 MAJOR R&D SUPPORTING AGENCIES INCLUDED IN THIS TABLE REPRESENT
    APPROXIMATELY 98 PERCENT OF TOTAL FEDERAL R&D AND R&D PLANT OBLIGATIONS
    IN FISCAL YEAR 1994.
SOURCE:   NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION/SRS, SURVEY OF FEDERAL FUNDS FOR
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT: FISCAL YEARS 1994, 1995, AND 1996