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New Directions from the Field: Victim's Rights and Services for th...

By: Kathryn M. Turman

Excerpt: Schools and universities today face serious crime and victimization problems. For too many students, teachers, and administrators, school is no longer a safe haven. Daily threats to the safety of students and staff, including violent assaults, are commonplace in many communities. Each time students are threatened or injured in school, they are doubly victimized by the crime itself and then by the disruption of their ability to concentrate and learn.

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Pistols and Revolvers Spare Parts

Excerpt: Pistols & Revolvers...

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As Gpo's Online Services Surge in Popularity, Houston Bookstore to...

By: Andrew M. Sherman

Excerpt: With more than a quarter of a million titles available online and free of charge, and with public retrievals exceeding 32 million every month, GPO Access, a service of the U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO), has become one of the principal tools for providing public access to official U.S. Government information. As a result, the GPO is phasing out its 4 remaining brick-and-mortar bookstore operations outside Washington, D.C., an action that will significantl...

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Prospective New Awardees Guide

Excerpt: The National Science Foundation (NSF) funds research and education in most fields of science and engineering. Grantees are wholly responsible for conducting their project activities and preparing the results for publication. Thus, the Foundation does not assume responsibility for such findings or their interpretation. NSF welcomes proposals from all qualified scientists, engineers and educators. The Foundation strongly encourages women, minorities, and persons w...

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For Official Use Only Dsca- Foreign Military Sales Detailed Delive...

Excerpt: For Offical Use Only DSAA- Foreign Military Sales Detailed Deliveries For Fiscal Year 98...

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Andean Regional Initiative (Ari) : Fy2002 Assistance for Colombia ...

By: K. Larry Storrs

Summary: In April and May 2001, the Bush Administration proposed $882.29 million in FY2002 economic and counter-narcotics assistance, as well as extension of trade preferences and other measures, for Colombia and regional neighbors in an initiative called the “Andean Regional Initiative” (ARI). Critics of the Andean Regional Initiative argue that it is a continuation of what they regard as the misguided approach of last year’s Plan Colombia, with an overemphasis on milit...

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Crs Report for Congress Received through the Crs Web Iraq : United...

By: Tom Coipuram, Jr.

Summary: The war with Iraq (Operation Iraqi Freedom), which began on March 19, 2003, to overthrow Saddam Hussein and change the regime was accomplished when the Iraqi regime fell on April 9, 2003. On June 28, 2004, the U.S.-led coalition transferred full sovereignty to the Iraqi interim government, and the Iraqi government is now running the day-to-day operations of the country. On January 30, 2005, elections were held in Iraq for a transitional National Assembly, and th...

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Oak Ridge National Laboratory Managed by Ut-Battle for the Departm...

Excerpt: Army Issues and Technology Impact: Chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) threats to the United States constitute an issue of highest concern for the Office of Homeland Security. Since September 11, preventing and detecting CBRN events has been the focus of much legislation, including the Bioterrorism Preparedness Act of 2001, and of other measures. If prevention fails, the capability to dispatch informed first responders within minutes following...

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Measuring the Deterrent Effect of Enforcement Operations on Drug S...

By: Mary Layne

Excerpt: Acknowledgements: The authors and staff of Abt Associates, Inc., conducted and reported this joint research for ONDCP, U.S. Customs Service and U.S. Coast Guard, under contract 282-98-0006, Task order Number 3. Joint project directors for this effort included Commander John Manning, USN and Dr. Michael Cala from ONDCP, Senior Special Agent Fred Stacey of the U.S. Customs Service, and Commander Brian Kelley, USCG.

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Dsaa- Foreign Military Sales Detailed Deliveries for Fiscal Year 2000

Excerpt: DSAA- Foreign Military Sales Detailed Deliveries For Fiscal Year 2000...

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Engineering Research Centers (Erc) Partnerships in Transforming Re...

By: Tapan K. Mukherjee

Excerpt: The National Science Foundation (NSF) strives to enhance the leading edge capability of the United States in all aspects of science, mathematics, and engineering by promoting the discovery and use of new knowledge in service to society and the education of our populace. In pursuit of its historic mission, NSF invests in people to develop a diverse, internationally competitive and globally-engaged workforce of engineers, scientists, and well-prepared citizens; in...

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Demilitarization of Significant Military Equipment

By: Valerie Bailey Grasso

Introduction: The effort to dispose of, and demilitarize, surplus military equipment dates back to the end of World War II, when the federal government decided to reduce a massive inventory of surplus military equipment by making such equipment available to civilians. Through the establishment of the defense surplus program, the public was able to purchase military goods and supplies, but also scrap metal. The federal government created a program to loan and donate equip...

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When the Enemy Has Our Eyes

By: Cynthia A. S. Mckinley

Introduction: On January 17, 1991, the United States entered a war that turned the military space community upside down. Until then, the military space community’s focus was locked on the strategic concepts that were developed and refined throughout the Cold War. The Gulf War expanded that focus to include the operational and tactical levels of warfare. This change is causing space strategists to consider a broader spectrum of space functions for enhancement, and perhaps...

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Reconciliation and Developing Public Trust: Opening State Security...

By: László Majtenyi

Excerpt: In Hungary, informational rights played a unique role in the inspiration and chronology of events that made up the “constitutional revolution”–a phrase we like to apply to the transformation of the communist political system. This revolution was able to triumph without shedding any blood (and very few tears at that) because the single-party state practically collapsed in 1989 under its own inert weight after the demise of its foreign-based fulcrum of power. Due ...

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Technical Data Misc

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Fas Public Interest Report Journal of the Federation of American S...

By: Robert M. Solow

Excerpt: On April 26 President Clinton issued a directive that establishes an official classification reform process. A task force, composed primarily of classification officials from the Reagan and Bush Administrations, has...

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Dear Mr. Chairman : This Responds to Your Request for My Views Reg...

Excerpt: Dear Mr. Chairman: This responds to your request for my views regarding H.R. 4W5, the National Security Act of 1982'' and provides my views regarding a similar...

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Sheriffs’ Departments 1993

By: Brian A. Reaves, Ph. D.

Excerpt: Brian A. Reaves, Ph.D., and Pheny Z. Smith, Ph.D., BJS statisticians, wrote this report. It was produced by Yvonne Boston under the supervision of Marilyn Marbrook. Sample design, selection, and weighting were provided by David Hubble and Carol Perseley of the Demographic Statistical Methods Division, Bureau of the Census. The data were collected and processed by Martha Greene, Etta Herrin, Linda Huang, Sheryl Jones, Charlene Sebold, and Charline Watz of the Gov...

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Testimony of Samuel L. Berger before the National Commission on Te...

By: Samuel L. Berger

Excerpt: Chairman Kean, Vice-Chairman Hamilton, Members and Staff of the Commission, families and friends thank you for the opportunity to share with you my reflections on the formation and coordination of national policy to fight terrorism, as well as my recommendations for the future. The pain of September 11 still is present in our hearts. Plans to rebuild on the World Trade Center site remind us on the one hand of our nation’s resilience, but also of the losses that ...

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The Middle East Peace Talks

By: Carol Migdalovitz

Summary: After the first Gulf war, in 1991, a new peace process was begun, with Israel and the Palestinians discussing a five-year period of interim self-rule leading to a final settlement. Israel and Syria discussed Israeli withdrawal from the Golan Heights in exchange for peace. Israel and Jordan discussed relations. Israel and Lebanon focused on Israel’s withdrawal from its self-declared security zone in south Lebanon and reciprocal Lebanese actions.

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