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Managing Federal assistance in the 1980"s
United States. Office of Management and Budget
1980 by Executive Office of the President, Office of Management and Budget : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in [Washington] .
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This shift away from equity financing is apparent in the rise in the aggregate, book value, debt-to-equity ratio of nonfinancial corporations. As shown in Chart 1, aggregate, book-value leverage.
[xliii] Federal assistance to states for managing wildlife resources was enhanced in by the Federal Aid in Sport Fish Restoration Act (or Dingell-Johnson Act). [xliv] This companion to the Pittman- Robertson Act provides funds to states for fish management programs through federal excise taxes on fishing equipment.
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Consumer Action surveyed credit cards issued by Managing Federal assistance in the 1980s book companies and found growing costs and an increase in anti-consumer. Indian community in managing its health affairs. The s. The decade of the s was one of the most revolutionary in the history of Indian health services.
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Billions of dollars in Federal grants are awarded each year for programs and projects that benefit the public. This assistance is rooted in the Constitution and its call to "promote the general Welfare." It wasn't until the 's, however, that Federal grant policy began to evolve into what it is today.
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Since the s Saudi Arabia has provided foreign assistance to many countries and organizations. Between andSaudi developmental aid amounted to US$49 billion, second only to the United States of America.
The ODA/GNP ratio averaged % over this period, well above the highest amount provided by Development Assistance Committee countries. Inbank regulators bailed out the $ billion Bank of the Commonwealth partly because they viewed it as “too big to fail.” We describe this bailout and subsequent ones through that of Continental Illinois in and use the descriptions to draw lessons about too-big-to-fail policy.
We argue that some of the same issues that motivated bailouts during this earlier period Author: George Nurisso, Edward Simpson Prescott. Much has changed sincewhen the National Institute of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice, the forerunner to the National Institute of Justice (NIJ), was illuminate these changes and the current context in which NIJ operates, the committee discusses NIJ’s history in terms of four major time periods: (1) the first decade following its creation (); (2) the.
Block grants (United States) Through a block grant program for Medicaid, for example, each state would receive a set amount of money from the federal government. The block grants can be set based on "per capita" or on the needs of the state. Each state has to fill any funding gap if there is a difference between their spending and the amount set by the federal government.
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The following provides a legislative history of Child Care through September The federal government first became involved in child care during the s when federally-funded nursery schools were established for poor children.
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Today, federal grants for health programs, predominantly Medicaid, represent 65 percent of total federal grant outlays, compared with less than 20 percent in There are two main types of federal grants.
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