Additionally, hundreds of state programs receive federal funding. The Budget Office's alphabetical list of those programs runs 13 pages, from Abandoned Mine Lands and Reclamation to Youthful Offender programs.
Those programs will begin to be affected by the shutdown at different points, McKown said.
"I've got a big stack of reports that I'm only halfway through," he said of potential impact statements.
Additionally, about 10.5 percent of the state's payroll - about 4,000 full-time equivalent positions out of 37,000 state employees - are federally funded, McKown said.
Most agencies should be able to pay those employees through state funding reserves through the end of October, he said.
Ultimately, McKown said, the federal government has to get its financial house in order.
"We can't keep spending around $1 trillion more than we bring in each year," he said.
Reach Phil Kabler at ph...@wvgazette.com or 304-348-1220.