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an administrative unit of government

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Certainly, based on current allocation of funds for disability among federal agencies, IHS can claim the role of a David, managing only a fraction of these allocations, often through a complex, tedious and costly process of reimbursement for services it either renders or contracts out with private practitioners.
According to the study, Americans currently grade private sector customer service experiences higher than service received from Federal agencies.
Federal agencies have reported mixed progress in securing their systems and implementing key security activities.
On behalf of federal agencies, GSA acquires office space, equipment, telecommunications, information technology, supplies and services for more than one million federal workers in more than 8,000 buildings in 2,000 U.
In this field, they are an important source of helping stakeholders and federal agencies to develop an awareness about how you can use these processes.
The Homeland Security Act creates access to and analysis of critical infrastructure information while the E-Government Act seeks to improve public access to government information and to establish strong management regimes for information under the control of the various federal agencies.
In July, the federal agencies agreed to reinitiate consultation, said Jan Bedrosian, BLM spokeswoman.
Before formation of the FASAB in 1990, federal agencies used a variety of accounting methods, which created inconsistency.
At a steady rate, congressional offices and federal agencies are seeking advice and input from foundries.
SecureInfo RMS XD enables Federal agencies and the DoD to:
In contrast to a decade ago, when federal agencies requested the vast majority of waivers, states have become the primary source of J-1 visa waiver requests, accounting for 90 percent or more of waiver requests in fiscal years 2003 through 2005.
6 million contract award to provide a Government Paperwork Elimination Act (GPEA) Compliant Siebel System that will enable Federal agencies to transfer their records electronically to the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) for storage.
Critical habitat is unpopular with the Fish and Wildlife Service and other federal agencies because it is the line in the sand.
Federal agencies, which constantly face downsizing and budget cuts, are being encouraged by Vice-President Al Gore's National Performance and Review Program to contract out functions that are not "inherently" governmental.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) matches information returns filed by third parties, including federal agencies, with taxpayers' income tax returns to determine whether taxpayers have filed a return and/or reported all of their income.
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