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Printing Procurement October 21, 2004 Unofficial Bid Results

Excerpt: Instructions For Form 1040 Sch. R. Irs Req. 4-00217-; Qty. 1,236,296 Copies.; Npc, Inc. 14,671.43 2%-20; Corporate Express 14,922.09 Net-30; National Graphics 15,020.99 1%10-Net 30; Prestige Prtg. Co. Llc 15,898.77 ¼%-20; A-1 Prtg. & Graphics, Inc. 21,017.00 ¼%-20; J. 303-248 Amended U. S. Individual Income Tax Return Irs Req.; 4-00248 Qty. 942,296 Copies.; National Graphics 5,597.24 1%10-Net 30; Npc, Inc. 6,105.65 2%-20; Cantrell / Cutter Prtg. 8,757.00 Net-30;...

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South Asia

Excerpt: To help ensure U.S. national security and increase regional stability in South Asia, Afghanistan must never again become a breeding ground for terrorists, conflict, and extremism. Operation Enduring Freedom successfully initiated the war on terrorism in Afghanistan. However, a lasting victory will require that the United States and other donors provide adequate and strategically targeted political, economic, and security assistance. The United States is coordina...

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Prepublication Copy Biotechnology Research in an Age of Terrorism:...

By: John Steinbruner

Excerpt: Notice: The project that is the subject of this report was approved by the Governing Board of the National Research Council, whose members are drawn from the councils of the National Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Engineering, and the Institute of Medicine. The members of the Committee responsible for the report were chosen for their special competences and with regard for appropriate balance. Financial Support: The development of this report was s...

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Appendix a : Common Abbreviations

Excerpt: CAP combat air patrol // CAPPS Computer Assisted Passenger Prescreening System // CENTCOM Central Command // CIA Central Intelligence Agency // CONR Continental U.S. NORAD Region // CSG Counterterrorism Security Group // CTC Counterterrorist Center // DIA Defense Intelligence Agency // DCI Director of Central Intelligence // ESU Emergency Service Unit (NYPD) // FAA Federal Aviation Administration // FBI Federal Bureau of Investigation // FDNY Fire Department of ...

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Letter to the Congress of the United States

By: Philip L. Sunshine

Excerpt: The Office of Audit is responsible for auditing grants, contracts, and cooperative agreements funded by NSF’s programs. It reviews agency operations and ensures that financial, administrative, and program aspects of agency operations are examined. It conducts the annual audit of NSF’s financial statements, which encompass over $3. billion, and evaluates internal controls and data processing systems. The Office also assists in the financial, internal control, and...

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Fas Proposes Study of H-Bomb Effects

By: M. Stanley Livingston
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Defense Security Cooperation Agency Excess Defense Articles-Tracki...

Excerpt: Defense Security Cooperation Agency Excess Defense Articles -- Tracking Report For Fy2000...

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Terrorist Attacks and National Emergencies Act Declarations

By: Harold C. Relyea

Excerpt: Terrorist attacks against the World Trade Center in New York City and the Pentagon in Washington, D.C., on September 11, 2001, prompted President George W. Bush to declare a national emergency on September 14. His action followed a long-standing tradition, dating, in the federal experience, to August 17, 1794, when President George Washington issued a proclamation calling forth the militia to suppress rebellious opposition to the collection of an excise tax on w...

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National Science Foundation Advanced Study Institutes Travel Award...

Excerpt: Describe the accomplishments of the travel and report any scientific activities abroad that would be of value to the national scientific effort.

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107Th Congress

By: Jo Ann Davis
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Implementation of the Nstc Presidential Review Directive-4 : Renew...

Introduction: In April 1999, the National Science and Technology Council (NSTC) released a report titled, Renewing the Federal Government-University Research Partnership for the 21st Century. A multi-agency task force, herein called the “PRD-4 Task Force”, developed the report following a review of the Federal Government-University research partnership that was conducted under Presidential Review Directive. At the same time, the President released a Presidential Memorand...

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Security Assistance Observations on Post-Cold War Program Changes

By: Frank C. Conahan

Excerpt: Security assistance covers a range of programs through which the United States, in pursuit of its national interests, aids other nations in defending and presenting their own national security. Security assistance, as it is referred to in this report, includes the Foreign Military Financing Program, International Military Education and Training (IMET), and Economic Support Fund. For fLscal year 1993, the Bush Administration has proposed $7.6 billion in security ...

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Title I Funding Increases: A Comparison

Excerpt: Under the first two years of president bush’s administration we have seen greater increases in title i than in the previous eight years combined.

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

Excerpt: For Offical Use Only DSAA- Foreign Military Sales Detailed Deliveries For Fiscal Year 99...

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To Whom Are Public Interest Scientists Responsible

By: George W. Rathjens

Excerpt: Scientific responsibility is hard to define, And it is discussing hypothetical but concrete vignettes to give substance to a discussion that is otherwise unworkable abstract. with the help of our members and others, we plan to turn We ask our readers to send us their reflections, What our attention to this subject from time to time, are the key issues of scientific freedom and responsibility? This preliminary discussion ponders the adherences in To whom is respo...

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Department of Defense Overprint to the National Industrial Securit...

By: Linton Wellas

Excerpt: In December 1994, the Under Secretary of Defense (Policy) signed the first National Industrial Security Program (NISP) Operating Manual Supplement (NISPOMSUP). The document outlined enhanced security requirements, procedures, and options to the National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM) Baseline for certain types of activities that require protection beyond the Baseline, including: Acquisition, Intelligence and Operations and Support Special ...

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By: Henry H. Kennedy

Excerpt: Memorandum: This is an action brought under the Freedom of Information Act, 5 U.S.C. S 552 (“FOIA”), and the Privacy Act, 5 U.S.C. S 552a. Plaintiff, proceeding pro se, sues 79 entities of the federal government, Seeking records regarding herself, Mark Rathbun (de Rothschild), members of his family, President Dwight David Eisenhower, Rosemarie Bretschneider, L. Ron Hubbard, Sarah Hubbard, the Church of Scientology, alleged German Nazi-conspiracies infiltrating t...

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Survey of Doe Facilities: Impact of Potential Measures to Enhance ...

By: Alan P. Zelicoff

Executive Summary: The Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention (BTWC) seeks to forestall the stockpiling of biological materials in types or quantities not justifiable for protective, prophylactic or other peacefid purposes. The Parties to the Convention are now considering details of a legally-binding monitoring regime for the BTWC, which goes beyond existing confidence building measures. The scope of this regime is not yet clear, but may include a series of on-site mea...

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Henry Agard Wallace

By: Henry A. Wallace

Excerpt: In 1944 Henry Wallace personally selected renowned sculptor Jo Davidson to create his bust for the Senate’s Vice Presidential Bust Collection. The sittings for the bust began at Davidson’s New Jersey studio. The artist noted in his memoirs that Wallace was patient as a sitter, but would sometimes disappear- only to be found later, digging in Davidson’s garden. From work on an earlier bust of the vice president, Davidson had already formed a strong impression of ...

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Declaration of R. Bruce Burke Associate Deputy General Counsel : F...

By: R. Bruce Burke

Excerpt: As the Associate Deputy General Counsel for Information, I serve as the senior CIA attorney responsible for legal issues related to the CIA'- information technology and information management activities I also serve as the Legal Adviser for the CIA's: Chief Information...

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