US Government Census 2018 - FIPS State County
FIPS (Federal Information Processing Standards) is a published series of standardized codes used for government agencies and other technical communities in order to ensure uniform practice and organization.
The number of digits in FIPS codes vary depending on the level of geography.
State-level FIPS codes have two digits, county-level FIPS codes have five digits of which the first two are the FIPS code of the state to which the county belongs.
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