Author: William J. Scanlon
Publisher: DIANE Publishing Company
Keywords: agencies, ineffective, excluding, problem, process, certification, home, health, medicare
Number of Pages: 51
Published: 1997-06
List price: $20.00
ISBN-10: 0788178911
ISBN-13: 9780788178917

Author: Harvard Student Agencies Inc.
Publisher: St. Martin’s Griffin
Keywords: bartending, course, agencies, student, harvard, official
Number of Pages: 224
Published: 2000-01-15
List price: $12.95
ISBN-10: 0312252862
ISBN-13: 9780312252861

You might say that after certifying 60,000 individuals in the art of drink mixing, the folks at Harvard Student Agencies know how to make a Martini. Or a Stinger. Or a Sloe Comfortable Scr...Well, you’ve probably heard of that one. But did you know that the name tells you how to make the drink? Sloe refers to sloe gin, comfortable refers to Southern Comfort, and so on. That’s just one of the innumerable tips you’ll find in The Official Harvard Student Agencies Bartending Course. Based on their wildly popular course, the book takes the most ignorant imbiber and turns him or he

Author: Kerwin C
Publisher: CQ Press
Keywords: law, policy, rulemaking, write, agencies, government, amp
Number of Pages: 285
Published: 2003-02-21
List price: $45.95
ISBN-10: 156802780X
ISBN-13: 9781568027807

Rulemaking is the single most important function performed by agencies of the government. Cornelius Kerwin shows us why this is the case with the third edition of his important and highly regarded text. Calls for smarter, cheaper, yet more accountable government increasingly affect the definition and implementation of public policy in the United States. Kerwin argues that while Congress and the president provide the general framework for the government’s mission, rulemaking fills in the myriad details that define the law and delineate how each agency carries out its spec

Publisher: Turner Pub Co
Keywords: agencies, enforcement, law, state, california
Number of Pages: 120
Published: 2002-08-08
List price: $29.95
ISBN-10: 1563118122
ISBN-13: 9781563118128

A virtual encyclopedia; detailing the history and function of the state of California’s various law enforcement agencies, with authentic photographs, patches and memorabilia. A special chapter pays tribute to California State Peace Officers who died in the line of duty. This is a must for law enforcement patch collectors, historians and enthusiasts.

Author: K. M. Shrivastava
Publisher: New Dawn Press
Keywords: internet, pigeon, agencies, news
Number of Pages: 344
Published: 2007-04
List price: $49.95
ISBN-10: 1932705678
ISBN-13: 9781932705676

Tracing the history and growth of international news agencies during the past 25 years, this analysis clarifies the role of such agencies and discusses why most have successfully survived the onset of technological developments such as the Internet. Profiles of several key news organizations, including those in India, are included, as well as a discussion of industry values and diversification strategies.

Author: David Billis
Publisher: Routledge
Keywords: agencies, voluntary, public, organising
Number of Pages: 256
Published: 1992-12-12
List price: $90.00
ISBN-10: 0415074398
ISBN-13: 9780415074391

One of the legacies of the Thatcher years to the social services has been the restructuring of both public and voluntary organizations through legislation, privatization and changes in funding. These changes have forced voluntary organizations to take on more and more responsibility originally belonging to the public sector so that now the voluntary sector is a significant part of health and social care in Britain. As a result, academic, students and policy makers must understand the similarities and differences between the two sectors. "Organizing Public and Voluntary Agencies" presents essay

Author: Rebecca Tiessen
Publisher: Kumarian Press
Keywords: development, agencies, mainstreaming, gender, nowhere, everywhere
Number of Pages: 232
Published: 2007-05-23
List price: $24.95
ISBN-10: 1565492382
ISBN-13: 9781565492387

Gender mainstreaming emerged in early gender and development work and gained strength following the 1975 Conference on Women in Mexico City. After three decades of gender and development approaches, and a more recent emphasis on gender mainstreaming, Everywhere/Nowhere presents a timely reflection on the challenges and opportunities development agencies have faced as they attempt to translate gender mainstreaming policies into practice. Reports on gender mainstreaming within development agencies tend to concentrate on technical solutions with little attention to the political changes necessary
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