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Author: United States. Office of the Federal Register
Publisher: Office of the Federal Register, National Archives
Keywords: welfare, public, regulations, federal, code
Number of Pages: 844
Published: 2005-12
ISBN-10: 0160728614
ISBN-13: 9780160728617

The Code of Federal Regulations is a codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the Executive departments and agencies of the United States Federal Government.
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Author: George A. Scott
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: education, programs, childhood, funding, federal, overview
Number of Pages: 35
Published: 2011-01
ISBN-10: 1437929982
ISBN-13: 9781437929980

This is a print on demand edition of a hard to find publication. The federal govżt. accounts for about 9% of the total investment in K-12 education, with state and local sources covering the rest. There have been a number of efforts to catalogue and determine how much is spent on federal education programs. However, because education programs are administered by agencies throughout the federal govżt., and there is no standard definition of a federal education program, there currently is no single source that can provide an accounting of federal education programs. This report answered the fo
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Author: David A. Powner
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: accountability, transparency, funding, federal, government, implementation, electronic
Number of Pages: 55
Published: 2010-08
ISBN-10: 1437930506
ISBN-13: 9781437930504

The Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act of 2006 (FFATA) is intended to increase the transparency of and accountability for the over $1 trillion that federal agencies award each year in contracts, loans, grants, and other awards. The act required the OMB to establish, no later than Jan. 1, 2008, a publicly accessible Web site containing data on federal awards. This report determined the extent to which: (1) OMB is complying with FFATA requirements to make federal award data available; (2) federal agencies are reporting required award data; and (3) inconsistencies exist between d
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Author: Jim Wickliffe
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: register, federal
Number of Pages: 129
Published: 1992-12
ISBN-10: 0788114611
ISBN-13: 9780788114618

Provides guidelines for using the Federal Register and related publications (Code of Federal Regulations System (CFR), as well as an explanation of how to solve a sample research problem. Includes a discussion of how the consumer can be a participant in the regulatory process. Illustrated.
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Author: Federal Citizen Information Center
Publisher: GPO FCIC
Keywords: records, federal, right
Number of Pages: 28
Published: 2009-01-01
ISBN-10: 1612210678
ISBN-13: 9781612210674

Use the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and the Privacy Act to obtain records from the federal government.
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Author: Gregory M. Hanna
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: federal, agencies, vary, science, review, research, peer, practices
Number of Pages: 72
Published: 1999-09
ISBN-10: 078818430X
ISBN-13: 9780788184307

This report studies the peer review & other quality assurance processes that federal agencies use in conducting scientific research & development. Specifically, it (1) defines what is meant by peer review, (2) describes the federal government's peer review policy, (3) describes the peer review practices of 12 federal agencies that conduct scientific research, (4) describes other agency quality assurance reviews, & (5) identifies which research is not subject to review. The report includes 12 federal agencies in its review, which account for more than 90% of the federal R&D budget in fiscal yea
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Author: DIANE Publishing Company United States General Acc
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: together, efficiently, promote, employment, work, could, disabilities, federal, programs, people
Number of Pages: 97
Published: 1996-12-01
ISBN-10: 0788135929
ISBN-13: 9780788135927

The Federal government funds 130 programs in 19 Federal agencies for the disabled. In 1994, the Federal Government spent over $60 billion on 69 programs targeted exclusively to people with disabilities. This report answers these questions: what Federal programs target people with disabilities, and how many of the programs provide employment-related services; to what extent is information, eligibility, and services coordinated under these programs; what does available evidence suggest about the effectiveness of Federal programs in promoting employment among people with disabilities.
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