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  • 1government budget — Forecast of governmental expenditures and revenues for the ensuing fiscal year. In modern industrial economies, the budget is the key instrument for the execution of government economic policies. Because government budgets may promote or retard… …

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  • 2Government of Portugal — The Government is one of the four sovereignty organs of the Portuguese Republic. It is also the organ that conducts politics in general in the country and is also the superior body in public administration. It is called Constitutional because it… …

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  • 3Government procurement in the United States — is based on many of the same principles as commercial contracting, but is subject to special laws and regulation as described below. Persons entering into commercial contracts are pretty much free to do anything that they can agree on. Each… …

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  • 4Program evaluation — is a formalized approach to studying the goals, processes, and impacts of projects, policies and programs. Program evaluation is used in the public and private sector and is taught in numerous universities. Evaluation became particularly relevant …

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  • 5Government and binding theory — Government and binding is a theory of syntax in the tradition of transformational grammar developed principally by Noam Chomsky in the 1980s. [cite book|title=Lectures on Government and Binding: The Pisa Lectures|year=1981/1993|publisher=Mouton… …

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  • 6Program Management — is the process of managing multiple ongoing inter dependent projects. An example would be that of designing, manufacturing and providing support infrastructure for an automobile manufacturer. This requires hundreds, or even thousands, of separate …

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  • 7Program Authority — is a term of art and practice in the U.S. Government. It signifies controlling authority over a specific portion of the federal budget as proposed by the President and authorized and appropriated by Congress. Once allocated to the departments of… …

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  • 8Government failure — (or non market failure) is the public sector analogy to market failure and occurs when a government intervention causes a more inefficient allocation of goods and resources than would occur without that intervention. Likewise, the government s… …

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  • 9Government database — Government databases collect personal information for various reasons (mass surveillance, Schengen Information System in the European Union, social security, statistics, etc.). Contents 1 Canada 2 European Union 2.1 Belgium …

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  • 10Government National College (Karachi) — Government National College, Karachi was founded by a group of dedicated teachers and city philanthropists as “National College” in 1956 under the umbrella of “National Educational Society” established in 1954. The society comprised of Mr.… …

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  • 11Program rating assessment tool — (PART) (система рейтинговой оценки программ) – инструмент (механизм), призванный повысить эффективность и результативность государственных программ в США в 2001 2009 гг. PART – инструмент оценки целевых программ, который основывается на… …

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  • 12Government Communications Headquarters — GCHQ Agency overview Formed 1919 as Government Code and Cypher School Preceding agency MI1b (Army) and NID25 (Royal Navy) Jurisdiction …

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  • 13government — gov‧ern‧ment [ˈgʌvmənt, ˈgʌvnmənt ǁ ˈgʌvərn ] also Government noun [countable] the group of people responsible for running a country or state and making decisions about taxes, laws, public services etc: • The Government is planning further cuts …

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  • 14Government performance auditing — was developed in the late 1960s and shepherded by the United States Government Accountability Office, (the chief audit arm of the US federal government). Government performance auditing has since spread to most state governments and many closely… …

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  • 15Government Medical College, Kottayam — Kottayam Medical College Established 1962 Type Run by Government of Kerala. Principal Dr. A Mehar …

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  • 16Government Model Boys Higher Secondary School — Thamasoma jyothirgamaya Location Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum), Kerala, India …

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  • 17government loan — UK US noun [C] GOVERNMENT, FINANCE, ECONOMICS ► a loan to an organization or a person by the government: »The extra cash meant the company could say no to government loans. »The airline has $750m in government loans to play with while it attempts …

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  • 18government subsidy — UK US noun [C or U] FINANCE, ECONOMICS ► money paid by a government to help an organization or industry reduce its costs, so that it can provide products or services at lower prices: »After years of government subsidy, banks will have to learn to …

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  • 19Government Polytechnic Mumbai, Maharashtra, INDIA — Government Polytechnic Mumbai, is one of the leading Polytechnics in the state of Maharashtra, India. Government Polytechnic Mumbai is an Autonomous Institute of Maharashtra offering Diploma and Post Diploma programs in engineering and technology …

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  • 20Government Homoeopathic Medical College, Calicut — (GHMC Calicut) is the first Graduate Homoeopathic medical college of Asia. Prior to introduction of this college Homoeopathic Education was in Diploma Level in Asia. It is also the only Homoeopathic medical college under University of Calicut.… …

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