Towey played a key role in using the 'faith-based' initiative
for improper partisan purposes, and he did little or nothing to see that Americans get the social-service help they need from their government," Lynn said.
Some taxpayers may find that their particular facts and circumstances are less supportable than that used in making the initiative
Over the last 12 months, several of your teams have suggested key strategic initiatives
that could catapult the company's sales from $300 million to $600 million over the next four years.
Another major initiative
highlighted during the Prime Minister's visit was the U.
In a four-week period, the mailroom received bags of letters containing entries to the contest, praise for the column and donations to the Poetry Initiative
Improve Communication with the Acquisition Workforce: This initiative
recommends establishing an integrated process team to address the concerns of, and provide support for, the acquisition workforce.
Obviously, the IRS is concerned about these statistics on America's view of tax compliance and enforcement and is introducing several new initiatives
to encourage compliance and to improve audit coverage.
will create interdisciplinary programs that address significant and complex biomedical problems, particularly those that may resist more traditional research approaches.
Understanding organizational culture and the influence it has on change will likely determine whether your change initiative
We believe this entrepreneurial initiative
will allow us the opportunity to use the latest technologies to overcome the obstacle of a thick glacial overburden that had limited explorations in the past," he says.
Anyone who wanted to develop an understanding of recordkeeping and records management for the' purpose of advancing any professional initiatives
, either globally or in a particular country, had basically nowhere to turn.