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Perspectives of state and local governments on federal information dissemination

Perspectives of state and local governments on federal information dissemination

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Published by Office of Technology Assessment in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Government information -- United States.,
  • Information services -- Government policy -- United States.,
  • Information policy -- United States.,
  • Local government -- United States -- Information services.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMark P. Haselkorn, Philip L. Bereano, Barbara Lewton.
    ContributionsBereano, Philip L., 1940-, Lewton, Barbara., United States. Congress. Office of Technology Assessment.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationvii, 57 p.
    Number of Pages57
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17784018M

    This chapter discusses national energy policy from state and local perspectives. As energy prices change, the inclination of state and local governments to intervene in the energy marketplace can also change. If prices continue to decline in real terms, the readiness of governments at both levels to intervene can also : Henry Lee. There are indications of concern by governments for public opinion even centuries ago. The use of scientific research though, was only introduced by governments to enhance the effectiveness of government communication and the dissemination of government information during the last few decades of the twentieth : Maria Sophia Strydom.

    information, including what should be saved and what should be discarded. These decisions are necessary to support the legal, fiscal, administrative, and other needs of the Government owned contractor operated facilities, the federal government, File Size: KB. affecting paper-based dissemination and sales and are raising questions about the direction and future of the Federal Depository Library Program. The conference report1 for the legislative branch appropriations for required that we submit to you, by Ma , a study on electronic dissemination of government information.

    The regulations and programs of state and local (including tribal and territorial) governments have been a strong component of the U.S. food safety system for the past key regulatory programs in food safety address food and public health surveillance as well as food inspection and analysis. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is responsible for more than Author: Robert B. Wallace, Maria Oria. such as the federal, state, and local governments issue reports to communicate how tax revenues were used to benefit citizens. Their intended audience is usually taxpayers, Congress, or the state and local legislatures. State and local governments have standards distinct from those of the federal Size: 1MB.


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State and local governments, and tribal governments, cooperate as major partners with the Federal Government in the collection, processing, and dissemination of. The Classification Manual contains the definitions of governmental units and the various revenue, expenditure, debt, and asset categories used for the purpose of collection and dissemination of statistics.

Classification Manual, Federal, State, & Local Governments, U.S. Census Bureau. Government: How Local, State, And Federal Government Works (Our Government and Citizenship) [Friedman, Mark D.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Government: How Local, State, And Federal Government Works (Our Price: $ State and local governments are benefactors of the federal paperwork reduction processes, since the burden of reporting voluminous information to the federal government has been a problem for local governments.

Some state and local governments have also been very active, especially in the area of supporting and enhancing the information. governmentwide policies and processes for sharing terrorism-related information between the federal government and its state, local, and private sector partners and (2) identified a universe of different sensitive but unclassified designations that agencies apply to terrorism-related and.

US Census Bureau Federal, State, & Local Governments, Census Bureau Reports about Governments by title, A new webpage for all GOVS publications, such as official reports, technical papers, white papers, research reports, reference materials, presentations, brochures, maps, outreach materials, and other stand-alone text and graphical data products.

(44 U.S.C. Chapter 35) § note. E-Government Act of § Authority and functions of Director. § Administrative Powers. § note. E-Government Act of Title II - Federal Management and Promotion of Electronic Government Services § Accessibility, usability, and preservation of government information.

(a)PURPOSE- The purpose of this. • Federal, State, and local governments use statistical information to inform and evaluate how effectively taxpayer dollars are spent on government programs and to better direct public services.

Federal, State and Local Governments Newsletter 4 THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE IS TAKING STEPS TO COMBAT ABUSIVE TAX SHELTERS AND TRANSACTIONS. to the investor such that the total term will be longer than the life of the asset.

The GMO is responsible for (1) coordinating the geospatial information needs and activities of the department; (2) implementing standards to facilitate the interoperability of geospatial information pertaining to homeland security among all users of such information within DHS, state and local governments, and the private sector; (3.

The matrix in Table is used to organize the committee’s discussion of a set of 18 efforts and programs chosen because of their commitment to furthering the dissemination and application of social science knowledge on hazards and disasters.

This list is not intended to be exhaustive; rather, it is a capsule of the larger knowledge delivery. Whereas Ridge’s book is sensitive to state and local perspectives, Chertoff’s book is written from a decidedly federal perspective.

This difference should not come as a surprise since Ridge is a former governor while Chertoff is a former federal prosecutor and former federal judge. The book has as its focus the U.S.

federal government, and little mention is made to government information and policy at the state and local levels. The focus is understandable given the vast store of federal information and information by: A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the : Gareth Wall.

Abstract Municipal governments have been elevated to a new status in the American federal system due to devolution of federal and state responsibilities to the local level and the widespread.

"The Federal, State, local, tribal, territorial, nongovernmental, and private-sector entities, as well as individuals, families, and communities who share a common national interest in the safety and security of America and the American population.".

results-based management. Formal program evaluation is an ineffective method of providing regular, high quality feedback. gaining special expertise. The government risks sacrificing control, responsiveness, and sometimes quality when it relies on ______ for program implementation.

Unlike traditional public administration which focused on. Libraries (including GPO gateways such as the University of Califomia-San Diego) and institutions (e.g., the Villanova Center for Law and Policy, a one-stop shopping point for federal government information) are leaders in investing in and providing access to federal, state, and local government information via Gopher and World Wide Web (WWW Cited by: 6.

Guidance on State and Local Governments' Assistance in Immigration Enforcement and Related Matters This guidance first sets out general legal principles that govern the respective roles of the Federal Government and the states in immigration matters.

Dissemination of Technical Information; Training; Investigation of Complaints; Project Grants. To ensure that public accommodations and commercial facilities and State and local governments learn of the requirements of Titles II and III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and acquire the knowledge needed to comply voluntarily with.

The relationships among various levels of government have always been complex and hotly contested. In most spheres of public health (e.g., injury prevention, clean air and water, and infectious disease surveillance and control), federal, state, and local governments all have a .do.

The Great Recession cut property values and local government tax receipts, which reduced the amount of funds that state and local governments could spend on emergency preparedness. A long period of spending cuts and the sequester have reduced federal funds and programs to improve preparedness.In fiscal yearFederal, State, and local governments spent an estimated $, for police protection, corrections, and judicial and legal services, nearly a percent increase since (7) Estimates suggest that each year the United States incurs over $8, in long-term costs for the confinement of young people.