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Department of Education is seeking comment on problems with third-party financial aid disbursers such as Higher One, in advance of a fall rulemaking action.
Disbursers and banks benefit from check float in three distinct cycles: mail float, the cycle where the check is in transit to collector (in transactions where presentation is not at POS); processing float, the cycle where the check is being processed by the collector and by the collector's bank; and clearing float, the cycle where the check is being moved from depository to paying bank for final settlement and funds release.
There is a new menagerie of pro-design civic organizations--including "New York New Visions" (engineers, planners and architects), "Rebuild Downtown Our Town" (planners, architects and residents) and "Team Twin Towers" (a grassroots campaign to rebuild them as they were)--and old institutions that have reinvented themselves for the occasion: the newly activist New York Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, for example, or the reinvigorated Regional Plan Association, which has taken the lead in counseling that crucial new entity, the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation (LMDC), disbursers of the public purse.
Pang saw no holocasters, speakers, screens, disbursers, or transducers and no control panels, monitors, work stations, just a circle of chairs.
He rightly cautions that these terms simply reflect unproven assumptions that officials repeatedly mentioned as receivers and disbursers of goods or services headed bureaus and that their records constituted their archives.
MIST's established customers, developed through relationships over a period of 16 years, include banks, payment processors, retail merchants, mass merchandisers, and government benefits disbursers located in the North and South America.
For a reason I can't fathom, Zeta has been given the cold shoulder by virtually all the usual disbursers, including those mushing thousands to Christic.