A look at how much the Defense Department spends on civilian payroll in each state and how much it says it will have to cut if automatic spending cuts go through:
(In millions)
State Total FY2012 Payroll Amount of Proposed Cuts Estimated FY2013 Payroll
Alabama $2,174.5 -$184.0 $1,990.5
Alaska $395.6 -$33.5 $362.2
Arizona $654.3 -$55.4 $598.9
Arkansas $231.5 -$19.6 $211.9
California $4,960.3 -$419.7 $4,540.6
Colorado $862.1 -$72.9 $789.2
Connecticut $184.9 -$15.6 $169.2
Delaware $99.1 -$8.4 $90.7
District of Columbia $1,372.5 -$116.1 $1,256.3
Florida $2,190.4 -$185.3 $2,005.0
Georgia $2,400.4 -$203.1 $2,197.3
Hawaii $1,632.4 -$138.1 $1,494.3
Idaho $86.6 -$7.3 $79.2
Illinois $1,040.1 -$88.0 $952.1
Indiana $792.1 -$67.0 $725.0
Iowa $91.2 -$7.7 $83.5
Kansas $516.9 -$43.7 $473.2
Kentucky $663.4 -$56.1 $607.2
Louisiana $440.6 -$37.3 $403.3
Maine $486.7 -$41.2 $445.5
Maryland $4,246.2 -$359.3 $3,886.9
Massachusetts $531.7 -$45.0 $486.7
Michigan $818.5 -$69.3 $749.2
Minnesota $148.8 -$12.6 $136.2
Mississippi $596.3 -$50.5 $545.9
Missouri $513.2 -$43.4 $469.7
Montana $83.1 -$7.0 $76.0
Nebraska $295.7 -$25.0 $270.7
Nevada $143.1 -$12.1 $131.0
New Hampshire $68.8 -$5.8 $63.0
New Jersey $917.9 -$77.7 $840.2
New Mexico $516.6 -$43.7 $472.9
New York $774.6 -$65.5 $709.1
North Carolina $1,429.0 -$120.9 $1,308.1
North Dakota $97.2 -$8.2 $89.0
Ohio $1,957.9 -$165.7 $1,792.3
Oklahoma $1,527.7 -$129.3 $1,398.4
Oregon $219.0 -$18.5 $200.5
Pennsylvania $1,831.0 -$154.9 $1,676.0
Rhode Island $403.0 -$34.1 $368.9
South Carolina $706.5 -$59.8 $646.7
South Dakota $76.0 -$6.4 $69.6
Tennessee $439.3 -$37.2 $402.1
Texas $3,437.6 -$290.9 $3,146.7
Utah $1,019.5 -$86.3 $933.3
Vermont $35.6 -$3.0 $32.6
Virginia $7,810.2 -$660.9 $7,149.3
Washington $2,068.7 -$175.0 $1,893.7
West Virginia $121.2 -$10.3 $110.9
Wisconsin $153.6 -$13.0 $140.6
Wyoming $64.2 -$5.4 $58.8
USA TOTAL $54,327.3 -$4,596.9 $49,730.4
Source: Defense Department