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Search Tags: American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
FedSources chief knowledge officer Ray Bjorklund explains what that means.
The reviews are starting to roll in for the government's stimulus program.
Tags: Governmental Accounting Standards , Travel Reengineering , Defense Enterprise Accounting and Management , Financial and Performance Reporting , AGA , Citizen Centric Reporting , Patrick Oki , 2009 Governmental Professional Development Confere
Staying $585 million under budget is a major accomplishment for any agency. But, as Federal News Radio's Francis Rose found out, GSA's Bill Guerin did just that.
Construction of a new levee aimed at protecting downtown D.C. and the National Mall from river flooding is expected to be complete by summer of next year, federal and local officials say.
Tags: National Capital Planning Commission , Marcel Acosta , National Mall , levee , U.S. Army Corps of Engineers , Steve Garbarino , Constitution Avenue , 17th Street , Potomac River , D.C. Department of the Environment , Christophe A.G. Tulou , Katrina , Federal Emergency Management Agency
Fauquier expects to get word in the next couple of months about whether it will receive federal stimulus money.
The U.S. Geological Survey has awarded $2.7 million in cooperative agreements under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act to several American universities and UNAVCO, Incorporated, to improve networks that detect minute changes in the earth's crust caused by faulting in earthquake-prone regions. The agency says monitoring the changes - undetectable except through the methods of advanced technology - is an integral part of assessing the likely rate of large earthquakes. They say, for optimal performance in real time, many existing monitoring stations will need modern sensors and improved communication systems. Funds provided through six cooperative agreements will improve monitoring capabilities by replacing obsolete sensors.