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Federal Government Grant Statistics

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Top Recipients of Federal Grant Money
Recipient NameTotal Received in Grants (Past 6 Years)
1 New York State Department of Health $118,789,133,828.00
2 Department of Transportation $103,580,974,439.00
3 Department of Health Care Services $83,443,140,596.00
4 Texas Health & Human Services Commission $77,398,618,212.00
5 PA State Department of Public Welfare $53,754,019,642.00
6 FL State For Health Care Administration $48,550,068,165.00
7 OH State Department of Job & Family Services $45,988,604,426.00
8 NY State Dept of Health $42,922,353,612.00
9 NC State Department of Health & Human Services $40,970,671,743.00
10 CA State Department of Health Services $37,769,349,838.00
11 Department of Health Care Services $37,564,544,116.00
12 CA State Department of Social Services $36,212,022,179.00
13 IL State Department of Healthcare and Family Services $33,040,408,140.00
14 Michigan Department of Community Health $32,058,569,062.00
15 MA State Division of Medical Assistance $27,615,012,084.00
16 GA State Dept of Medical Assistance $26,425,572,527.00
17 MO State Department of Social Services $26,177,297,725.00
18 AZ State Health Care Cost Containment System $25,839,334,887.00
19 TN State Tenncare / Medicaid Division $24,798,579,098.00
20 Texas Health & Human Services Commission $24,347,581,761.00
21 Alabama Medicaid Agency $21,787,719,485.00
22 WA State Department of Social & Health Services $20,917,612,925.00
23 MN State Department of Human Services $20,212,704,687.00
24 KY State Cabinet for Health and Family Services $19,951,355,234.00
25 PA State Department of Public Welfare $19,704,555,280.00
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Federal Grants and Assistance Awards by State
State Name Past 3 Years
1California$613.1 Billion
2New York$520.7
3Texas$342.3
4Florida$223.0
5Pennsylvania$222.9
6Illinois$199.0
7Ohio$182.1
8Michigan$160.8
9North Carolina$151.2
10Massachusetts$150.2
11New Jersey$128.9
12Louisiana$121.0
13Georgia$112.5
14Washington$110.6
15Maryland$109.6
16Tennessee$106.5
17Missouri$103.6
18Arizona$100.4
19Virginia$95.4
20Indiana$90.6
21Wisconsin$88.2
22Minnesota$87.8
23Alabama$80.1
24Kentucky$78.9
25Mississippi$73.0
26South Carolina$72.0
27Colorado$64.7
28Oregon$64.0
29Oklahoma$63.7
30Connecticut$53.5
31District of Columbia$53.5
32Arkansas$53.3
33Iowa$50.2
34New Mexico$50.1
35West Virginia$43.5
36Kansas$40.4
37Puerto Rico$37.3
38Utah$34.7
39Alaska$33.9
40Maine$30.4
41Nebraska$29.2
42Nevada$27.1
43Rhode Island$25.8
44Hawaii$24.7
45Idaho$24.2
46Montana$23.2
47South Dakota$18.1
48New Hampshire$17.6
49North Dakota$17.2
50Delaware$16.3
51Vermont$14.2
52Wyoming$12.3
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Statistic Sources & References
Sources: U.S. Federal Government Procurement Data System
Content Author: Statistic Brain

Date research was conducted: March 17, 2017

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