Federal Spending Cooled Off in FY 2005
(27 Nov 2007) The Federal Funds information in the TRACFED Data Warehouse has been updated through the end of FY 2005, the most recent data available from the U.S. Census Department's consolidated federal funds reporting program. While overall spending in FY 2005 reached a new high of nearly 2.3 trillion dollars, per capita spending has nearly leveled off, increasing only 0.4 percent in constant dollars over the previous year.
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