District of Columbia Appropriations, Partea 1

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1980
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Pagina 116 - District govenment as required under section 444 ; (5) a program performance report comparing actual performance of as many programs as is practicable for the last completed fiscal year against proposed goals for such programs for such year, and, in addition, presenting as many qualitative or quantitative measures of program effectiveness as possible (including results of statistical sampling or other special analyses), and indicating the status of efforts to comply with the reports of the District...
Pagina 1029 - Commissioners granting the same indorsed thereon, shall be filed for record in the office of the recorder of deeds for the District of Columbia, and shall be recorded by him. On the...
Pagina 3 - Mr. Chairman, members of the subcommittee : I am happy to have the opportunity to appear before this committee after serving my first year as Governor of the Farm Credit Administration.
Pagina 675 - States, would this office still remain under the jurisdiction of the Mayor? Ms. ROGERS. Yes. We have been working with the Justice Department and I have been working closely with Mr. Charles Ruff, designated by Mr. Civiletti before he became the US Attorney General, in developing draft legislation. The proposal is to have an Attorney General appointed by the Mayor subject to confirmation by the City Council. The Attorney General would appoint the head of a Criminal Division and a head of the Civil...
Pagina 281 - District to develop meaningful intercity expenditure and revenue comparisons based on data supplied by the Bureau of the Census, and to identify elements of cost and benefits to the District which result from the unusual role of the District as the Nation's Capital.
Pagina 307 - ... fees, and taxes on gas consumption. About two-thirds of the District's own-source revenues come from taxes and fees which are normally collected by states. It is important to recognize that although the District has the features of a complete state-local revenue structure , it does not have the economic characteristics of a typical state or city revenue base.
Pagina 194 - The District of Columbia, the Maryland counties of Montgomery, Charles and Prince George's, the Virginia counties of Arlington, Fairfax, Loudoun and Prince William and the Virginia cities of Alexandria and Fairfax.
Pagina 980 - ... be imprisoned for not more than six months; or both, for each offense.
Pagina 14 - OUR COMPUTER-AIDED DISPATCH SYSTEM. THIS MEANS THAT WE WILL BE ABLE TO RESPOND TO EMERGENCY CALLS MORE QUICKLY. IT ALSO MEANS THAT WE WILL BE ABLE TO MONITOR THE ALLOCATION OF POLICE RESOURCES ON A SHIFT, DAILY OR WEEKLY BASIS. FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THE HISTORY OF THIS GOVERNMENT WE WILL BE ABLE TO EFFECTIVELY TRACK WHERE INTENSIVE MANPOWER IS NEEDED AND EXPEDITIOUSLY REASSIGN OFFICERS ON A PRIORITY BASIS. TECHNOLOGY HAS ADVANCED TO THE STATE THAT WE CAN NOW MAINTAIN AND EVEN IMPROVE THE LEVEL OF...
Pagina 305 - A striking example of the effects of this disparity can be found by comparing the District's welfare burden with that of other local governments in the Washington metropolitan area. Exhibit...

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