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Author: John B. Stephenson
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: support, ecological, indicators, programs, data, information, status, federal, environmental
Number of Pages: 196
Published: 2006-02-01
ISBN-10: 1422303608
ISBN-13: 9781422303603

The fed. gov't. supports numerous data programs that assemble & analyze quantitative measures of the nation's environmental conditions & trends (known as indicators). Most of these data programs are housed in fed. agencies, & provide data used by decision makers from the private sector & by gov't. As fed. agencies take actions to improve the coverage & usefulness of these programs, it is equally important that the quality & avail. of existing data generated by these programs do not erode over time. This report reviewed 20 data programs to determine whether fed. agencies responsible for the pro
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Author: Kay Brown
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: inefficiency, potential, address, overlap, among, programs, smaller, could, efforts, complex, assistance, food, system, benefits, additional, millions, domestic
Number of Pages: 79
Published: 2010-11
ISBN-10: 1437932428
ISBN-13: 9781437932423

The federal government spends billions of dollars every year on domestic food assistance (FA) programs. The U.S. Dept. of Agriculture administers most of these programs and monitors the prevalence of food insecurity -- that is, the percentage of U.S. households that were unable to afford enough food sometime during the year. Other federal agencies also fund FA programs; however, comprehensive and consolidated information on the multiple programs is not readily available. This report examines: (1) the prevalence of food insecurity in the U.S.; (2) spending on FA programs; (3) what is known abou
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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: 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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Author: Andrew Sherrill
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: administrative, consolidating, structures, could, efficiencies, promote, services, colocating, training, employment, programs, providing, information, multiple
Number of Pages: 108
Published: 2011-06-01
ISBN-10: 1437981364
ISBN-13: 9781437981360

Federally funded employment and training programs play an important role in helping job seekers obtain employment. The Departments of Labor, Educ., and HHS largely administer these programs. The objectives of this report were to determine: (1) whether the number of federal employment and training programs and funding for them have changed since a 2003 report; (2) what kinds of outcome measures the programs use and what is known about program effectiveness; (3) the extent to which the programs provide similar services to similar populations; (4) the extent to which duplication may exist among s
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Author: Judith Humphreys Weitz
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: children, youth, risk, programs, humanities, taller, arts, coming
Number of Pages: 165
Published: 1996-08
ISBN-10: 0788145991
ISBN-13: 9780788145995

Documents 218 arts & humanities programs for children & youth in communities across America. Describes the context in which these programs operate, provides an overview of the highly varied cultural programs surveyed, & summarizes the principles, policies & practices found in promising programs. The value of these programs as components of any community strategy seeking to improve the lives of children & youth is reviewed, & recommendations are made for their continued examination. Discusses the need for increased technical & financial support. Photos, tables & index.
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Author: Cynthia A. Bascetta
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: lessons, responder, health, programs, incorporates, plan, hhs, needs, develop, september
Number of Pages: 37
Published: 2008-10
ISBN-10: 1437906257
ISBN-13: 9781437906257

Following the World Trade Center (WTC) attack, the Congress appropriated $8 billion to FEMA for response and recovery activities. The Dept. of Health and Human Serv. (HHS) received some of this funding to establish health screening and monitoring programs for responders to the disaster and to fund treatment. In total, $369 million has been appropriated for the WTC health programs. There have been problems that these programs have had in ensuring the availability of services for all responders. This report examines lessons from the WTC health programs that could guide future programs. This repo
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