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Foreign Operations, Export Financing, And Related Programs (Foreig...

Excerpt: The purpose of the Export-Import Bank (EX-IM Bank) is to aid in the financing and promotion of U.S. exports. To accomplish its objectives, the bank’s authority and resources are used to: assume commercial and political risks that exporters or private institutions are unwilling or unable to undertake; overcome maturity and other limitations in private sector export financing; assist U.S. exporters to meet officially sponsored foreign export credit competition; an...

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The Usa Patriot Act (Patriot Act), Public Law 107-56, Enacted by C...

Excerpt: The USA Patriot Act (Patriot Act), Public Law 107-56, enacted by Congress and signed by the President on October 26, 2001, provides expanded law enforcement authorities to enhance the federal government’s efforts to detect and deter acts of terrorism in the United States or against United States’ interests abroad. Section 1001 of the Patriot Act directs the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) in the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) to undertake a series of act...

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Chemical Agents and Herbicides

Excerpt: Chemical Agents And Herbicides...

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Crs Report for Congress Received through the Crs Web Fy 2005 Suppl...

By: Amy Belasco

Summary: On February 14, 2005, President Bush submitted an $81.9 billion supplemental appropriation request for FY2005 (subsequently amended to total $82.04 billion) to provide funds for ongoing military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, the “global war on terror,” reconstruction in Afghanistan, Tsunami relief and rehabilitation, and other activities. As the fifth supplemental of the Bush Administration to focus on the “global war on terrorism” and homeland security, t...

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Abm Rationale Shifting Again Ss-9 Product

Excerpt: From 1960 to 1966, America was told ye needed an ABM to protect cities against Soviet missiles. III i967, it was Chinese missiles. In 1968, ABM was a program needed to get the Soviets to open SALT talks. In 1969, we needed ABM to protect our Minuteman missiles. In 1970, we needed to continue our ABM program to keep pressure on the Soviet Union to negotiate a ban on ABMs under which we would protect on)y Washington, D.C. BiM Congress declined to authorize a defen...

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William Mckinley

By: William Mckinley

Excerpt: The likeness was then cast in New York, and with the support term also was marked by an increasingly of the Ohio congressional delegation, the bronze was brought to the aggressive foreign policy, which included annexing the Philippines and Puerto Rico Capitol for approval. The Joint Committee on the Library was subsequently authorized to pay the artist $2,000 and to place the bust in China. Reelected in 1900, McKinley was the Senate wing of the Capitol. With the...

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Ojp Drug Court Clearinghouse and Technical Assistance Project Summ...

Excerpt: OJP Drug Court Clearinghouse and Technical Assistance Project // Summary of Drug Court Activity by State and County // Tribal Drug Courts // November 7, 2003...

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Climate, The Ocean, And Parallel Computing

By: Robert C. Malone

Excerpt: The climate of the earth is controlled by an interplay among many competing physical processes operating in the atmo-sphere and the ocean and on land. Of the many questions facing today’s climatologists, two seem particularly urgent. Is the balance among those processes being affected by human activities? And if so, how large are the resulting climatic changes relative to natural climatic variations? The high priority accorded internationally to answering those ...

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Preliminary Report of October 18-19, 2000 Meeting

By: Marta Cehelsky

Excerpt: Board Actions: a. Drs. Nina Fedoroff, Jane Lubchenco, Warren Washington and John White were sworn in as members of the NSB class of 2006 by Dr. Eamon Kelly. b. The Chairman established a Task Force on S&E Infrastructure as a Subcommittee of the Committee on Programs and Plan (CPP). Dr. John White is Chair, with members Dr. Lubchenco, Jones, Rubin, Richardson, Washington & Wrighton of the NSB and Drs. Mary Clutter and Robert Eisenstein of NSF, and Executive Secre...

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Public Key Infrastructure (Pki) and Public Key (Pk) Enabling

By: Linton Wella

Excerpt: This Instruction: // 1.1. Implements policy, assigns responsibilities, and prescribes procedures for developing and implementing a Department-wide Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) and enhancing the security of Department of Defense (DO) information systems by enabling these systems to use PKI for authentication, digital signatures, and encryption. // 1.1. Aligns DOD PKI and PK (Public Key)-Enabling activities with reference (a), as implemented by reference (b), a...

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Defense Trade : Status of the Department of Defense's Initiatives ...

By: Katherine V. Schinasi

Excerpt: Representatives of the U.S. defense industry and foreign customers have expressed concerns with the policies and procedures that relate to the transfer or sale of defense articles and services and govern the programs that comprise U.S. security cooperation. Their concerns are that the policies and procedures involved are cumbersome and time-consuming and inhibit businesses from competing in the international marketplace. In response to these concerns, the Depart...

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Nuclear Testing: An Fas Executive Committee Statement

Excerpt: The Federation of American Scientists appreciates President Kennedy thoughtful and explanation of the U.S., decision to resume in April the testing of nuclear weapons m the atmosphere. The President has clearly expressed his reluctance to resume testing and his intention to limit this series to a, minimum. The Council of the Federation, in a statement released last January 31, opposed the resumption of atmospheric testing cm the basis of publicly...

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No Child Left Behind Funding: Pumping Gas into a Flooded Engine

Introduction: Federal education spending has increased dramatically since the bipartisan No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) was signed into law two years ago – increasing so quickly that many states haven’t been able to use the money quickly enough. While lobbyists for the education establishment claim falsely that more money was “promised,” there are growing indications more funding has been provided than the system can effectively absorb during a limited period of time.

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Assistant Commissioner for Investigations U. S. Immigration and Na...

By: Joseph R. Greene

Excerpt: I thank you for this opportunity to testify before you today, and I am eager to assist you in your inquiry into the performance of the U.S. Intelligence Community in regards to the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the United States. In particular, I want to add to your understanding of the role the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) plays in the collection, analysis, and dissemination of terrorist-related information. Within hours of the attack...

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United States District Court for the District of Columbia

By: Michael T. Kirkpatrick

Excerpt: This is an action by the Project On Government Oversight (POCO), a politically independent non-profit government watchdog, to challenge the reclassification by defendants John Ashcroft and the Department of Justice of certain information that is widely available to the public. POGO seeks a declaration that defendants' reclassification of the information at issuc was unlawful because defendants failed to comply with the requirements of Executive Order 12958, as a...

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

By: Robert M. Solow

Excerpt: Pondering a phone call from a friend in Taiwan asking about the Chinese missile threats, the FAS Executive Committee agreed to send me to Taiwan for au exploratory visit, to see if there that FAS could do. Something unexpected happened. On the way to Taiwan, I saw a new way of viewing the dilemma of reunification and independence, which I have nicknamed the strategy. Somewhat to my astonishment, this is provoking considerable interest among officials of the Taiw...

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Plan Colombia: A Progress Report

By: Connie Veillette

Summary: Plan Colombia was developed by former President Pastrana (1998-2002) as a six-year plan to end Colombia’s long armed conflict, eliminate drug trafficking, and promote economic and social development. The Andean Counterdrug Initiative (ACI) is the primary U.S. program that supports Plan Colombia. In addition, Colombia receives assistance from the Foreign Military Financing (FMF) program and the Department of Defense’s central counternarcotics account. ACI funding...

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Uncoated (Tear Resistant) Synthetic Paper

Excerpt: This paragraph is information only and is not exclusively definitive of the end use. For multicolor face and back offset printing of manuals, maps, tags, outdoor billboards, etc., requiring a high degree of tear resistance and durability. Printed material may include text, line illustrations, and halftones up to 175-line screen.

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Agency Security Classification Management Program Data

Excerpt: Original classification is an initial determination that the information to be classified has not been previously classified by any other authority. It also meets the following conditions: (1) it was classified by an original classification authority; (2) the information is owned by, produced by or for, or is under the control of the United States Government; (3) it falls into at least one of the categories found in Section 1. of EO 12958, as amended; and, (4) u...

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Conference of the States Party of the Inter-American Convention ag...

Excerpt: We, the States Party to the Inter-American Convention against the Illicit Manufacturing of and Trafficking in Firearms, Ammunition, Explosives, and Other Related Materials (CIFTA), meeting in the First Conference of the States Party pursuant to the provisions of Article XXVIII of the Convention, in the City of Bogota, Colombia, on March 8 and 9, 2004, Reiterating the urgent need to prevent, combat, and eradicate the illicit manufacturing of and trafficking in fi...

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