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100 million for outreach and promotional activities by the federal government in states with a federally-facilitated health insurance marketplace; and
Several national branches are very active in the field of Outreach on a national level.
Gary Potts, managing director, Sales and Marketing, Outreach said: "Stuart brings to Outreach a wealth of experience in the shipping industries and we believe he will play an integral role in helping the company to seriously build its presence in the marine and offshore sectors.
The most special vacancy under NACO is that of the outreach worker.
Unlike research, the goal of global short-term medical outreach is not to gain "generalized knowledge" but to provide tangible medical benefits to individuals in the community (a distinction between research and clinical care equally applicable in the United States).
To contact Single Mothers Outreach, call (661) 298-9593.
Not only will such candidate information be useful to voters, but inclusion on VOTE411 provides a national platform for League Voters' Guides and increases League outreach and visibility.
FMCSA's education and outreach programs--New Entrant, Non-Entrant, Motor Coach, Safety Belt, and Household Goods' target different audiences, including the motor carrier industry, commercial vehicle drivers, and the public.
Says Diamond, "Most of the community outreach directors and staff across the country knew one another and trusted one another, and we could quickly organize a response.
five regional half-day outreach meetings, including a simulcast of one of the meetings via the Internet.
OFSDO will serve as the center's overall lead responsible for coordinating, developing, and delivering high-quality outreach and education products to its stakeholders (e.