FY2011 Federal Budget Cuts SCSEP Funding: State-by-State Impact

Updated on 4/19/2011

On April 15, President Obama signed into law HR 1473, a full-year Continuing Resolution approving the federal budget for FY2011. This budget cuts SCSEP funding starting on July 1, 2011, to $450 million, a 45% reduction from the current FY2010 funding level of $825 million.

Below is a summary of the national impact of the approved FY2011 federal budget on SCSEP, followed by links to reports estimating the impact on each state, territory, and the District of Columbia.

Current FY2010 Funding
Final FY2011 Funding

(Starting 7/1/2011)
Funding Level $825 Million $450 Million ($375) Million
Number of Participants in Paid Community Service Employment 120,000 persons 70,500 persons (49,500) persons
Number of Paid Hours Serving the Community, Total 74.3 Million hours 40.5 Million hours (33.8) Million hours
Number of Authorized Positions/Slots 78,021 positions/slots 46,125 positions/slots (31,896) positions/slots

These estimates are based on DOL-ETA documents and official SCSEP reports. For estimates of the impact of the proposed cuts by state, click on the links below. All totals include all state/territorial and national grantees operating SCSEP in that state/territory.

SSAI estimates spreadsheet (Excel File)

50 States and the District of Columbia
Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas
California Colorado Connecticut Delaware
District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii
Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa
Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine
Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota
Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska
Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico
New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio
Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island
South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas
Utah Vermont Virginia Washington
West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming
American Samoa Guam Northern Mariana Islands Puerto Rico
U.S. Virgin Islands