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Recommended Decision and Order Approving Voluntary Dismissal Witho...

By: William S. Colwell

Excerpt: Recommended Decision And Order Approving Voluntary Dismissal Without Prejudice: This proceeding arises under the Energy Reorganization Act (ERA) of 1974, 42 U.S.C. A. S5851. Any action brought under these statutes is governed by the rules and procedures set forth in 29 C.F.R. Part 24. On November 23, 2004, the Complainant filed objections to the Secretary’s Findings and Order dated November 18, 2004. I issued a Notice of Hearing and scheduled a hearing to begin ...

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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Conserving the Nature of America

By: Karen Hollingsworth

Excerpt: A Conservation Legacy: The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is the only agency of the U.S. Government whose primary responsibility is fish, wildlife, and plant conservation. The Service helps protect a healthy environment for people, fish and wildlife, and helps Americans conserve and enjoy the outdoors and our living treasures. The Service’s major responsibilities are for migratory birds, endangered species, certain marine mammals, and freshwater and anadromous f...

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The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas - Lubbo...

By: Thomas Campbell Butler

Excerpt: Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC), located in Lubbock, Texas, was a public health care institution operated by the State of Texas. Its mission and operation was the education of doctors, the treatment of patients, and for medical research. Its doctors and staff were employees of the State of Texas. TTUHSC’s Department of Internal Medicine received benefits from federally funded health insurance carrier programs, predominantly Medicare, in amo...

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Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory

By: Barbara Hendry

Excerpt: This bibliography attempts to list all publications other than LA and LAMS reports that appeared during the years 1957-62 and that covered work done at the Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory. To do this it includes journal articles, portions of books, symposia and proceedings. It also includes papers in symposia and proceedings that were issued solely as unclassified and declassified reports, and at least one unclassified paper that has appeared only in a classifi...

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Union Calendar No. 108Th Congress 2D Session H. R. 3598

Excerpt: A bill to establish an interagency committee to coordinate Federal manufacturing research and development efforts in manufacturing, strengthen existing programs to assist manufacturing innovation and education, and expand outreach programs for small and medium-sized manufacturers, and for other purposes.

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Ocv Bulletin

Introduction: Victim Services 2000 (VS2000), sponsored by the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC), is a 5-year demonstration project designed to create model victim service delivery systems for replication nationwide. In 1997, OVC selected Denver, Colorado, as an urban VS2000 demonstration site. Each demonstration site must develop a unique victim service model tailored to the needs of its community and provide training and technical assistance to communities interested in...

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Dsca-Foreign Military Sales Detailed Deliveries for Fiscal Year 02

Excerpt: DSAA- Foreign Military Sales Detailed Deliveries For Fiscal Year 02...

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Policy Toward Eastern Europe

By: Jimmy Carter

Excerpt: The President has directed that policy toward Eastern Europe should be based on the objectives of working with governments of the region to enhance their ' independence internationally and to increase their degree of internal liberalization. To that end, the United States will demonstrably show its preference for Eastern European countries that are either relatively liberal internally or relatively independent internationally.

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China's Growing Interest in Latin America

By: Mark P. Sullivan

Introduction: China’s interest in Latin America is a fairly new phenomenon that has developed over the past four years. Beginning in April 2001 with President Jiang Zemin’s 13-day tour of Latin America and followed most recently with high-profile visits by President Hu Jintao (November 2004) and Vice-President Zeng Qinghong (March 2005), Chinese officials have continued to court regional governments. While Beijing’s interests in the region appear largely economic, they a...

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Joint Doctrine Encyclopedia

By: John M. Shalikashvili

Excerpt: Accuracy: Accuracy is one of the seven attributes of intelligence quality. Intelligence must be factually correct, convey an appreciation for facts and the situation as they exist, and estimate future situations and courses of adversary action based on those facts and sound judgment. It is not enough that intelligence is true; to be accurate it should also describe what is known of the situation. The attributes of complete, timely, and relevant intelligence bear...

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Law Enforcement and Management and Administrative Statistics, 1993...

By: Brian A. Reaves, Ph. D.

Excerpt: Section I. Personnel: // Number of full-time employees, sworn officers, and officers responding to calls, and percent change since 1990 in number of full-time employees, 1993 // 1a. Local agencies, 1 // 1b. State agencies, 12 // Number of full-time and part-time sworn employees, and job classification // of sworn employees, 1993 // 2a. Local agencies, 13 // 2b. State agencies, 24 // Number of full-time and part-time civilian employees, and job classification // ...

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Appendix a : Discussion of Historical, Outstanding Issues and Iraq...

By: Dr. Jesse W. Beams

Excerpt: We provide specific comments below, in the form of a scorecard. We flag the draft's strengths as well as weaknesses. This scorecard is pegged to analytic merit, not persuasive power. On a range from one to five starts (asterisks), five denotes a smoking gun in terms of UNSCR 687-prohibited weapon systems. One star denotes a claim we do not consider strong, but which is plausible. A bifurcated score (e.g., /WEAK) indicates that parts of the discussion are strong, other parts weak.

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Human-Computer Interaction

By: Ephraim Glinert

Introduction: The Human Computer Interaction (HCI) program will play a leading role in the creation of tomorrow's exciting new user interface software and technology, by supporting the broad spectrum of fundamental research that will ultimately transform...

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Secrecy in the Bush Administration

By: Henry A. Waxman

Excerpt: Open and accountable government is one of the bedrock principles of our democracy. Yet virtually since inauguration day, questions have been raised about the Bush Administration’s commitment to this principle. News articles and reports by independent groups over the last four years have identified a growing series of instances where the Administration has sought to operate without public or congressional scrutiny.

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The Judge Advocate's Handbook for Litigating National Security Cases

By: P. M. Delaney

Preface: National security cases involving classified evidence and testimony present challenges that are outside the realm of normal military justice practice. These cases, particularly those that involve the divulging national secrets, are among the most serious and evoke intense emotions. The evidentiary process by which classified information is presented during hearings closed to the public is complex. The use of classified material at trial imposes significant logis...

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Written Statement for the Record of the Director of Central Intell...

Excerpt: I welcome the opportunity to be here today and to be part of an inquiry that is vital to all Americans. On September 1 lth, nearly three thousand innocent lives were taken in brutal acts of terror. For the men and women of American Intelligence, the grief we feel-the grief we share with so many others-is only deepened by the knowledge of how hard we tried-without success-to prevent this attack. It is important for the American people to understand what CIA and t...

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United States Government International Broadcast

Excerpt: This directive establishes national policy, guidelines, and implementing actions for United States Government international broadcasting. It is based on National Security Review 24, which I directed on March 28, 1990, to be done in light of dramatlc political, economic and social changes in the Soviet Union and Central and Eastern Europe. NSDD-77 is superseded. Pertinent parts of NSDD-45 shall remain active.% In a period of historic change, a global U.S. Governm...

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Environmental Protection Agency [Mn85, Frl–7830–3] Notice of Issua...

By: Gary Gulezian

Summary: This notice announces that, pursuant to title V of the Clean Air Act and to 40 CFR part 71, on September 28, 2004, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Region 5 issued a title V Permit to Operate (title V permit), to Great Lakes Gas Transmission L.P. (Great Lakes). This permit authorizes the company to operate Compressor Station No. 4 (CS #4), one of five Great Lakes compressor stations located in Minnesota. The compressor station is composed of two natura...

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Select Committee on U.S. National Security and Military/Commercial...

Excerpt: A Note On Redaction: The Final Report of the Select Committee on U.S. National Security and Military/Commercial Concerns with the Peoples Republic of China was unanimously approved by the five Republicans and four Democrats who served on the Select Committee. This three-volume Report is a declassified, redacted version of the Final Report. The Final Report was classified Top Secret when issued on January 3, 1999, and remains so today. Certain source materials in...

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Nonproliferation Improvements Needed for Controls on Exports of Cr...

By: Joseph A. Christoff

Excerpt: The growing threat to U.S. national security of cruise missile and UAV proliferation is challenging the tools the United States has traditionally used. Multilateral export control regimes have expanded their lists of controlled technologies that include cruise missile and UAV items, but key countries of concern are not members. U.S. export control authorities find it increasingly difficult to limit or track unlisted dual-use items that can be acquired without an...

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