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National responsibility for individual welfare is a concept not limited to the United States or even to the Western nations.
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Because administration of the forest highway system is a responsibility of the Secretary of Commerce with maintenance provided by the States and counties, this Development Program for the National Forests does not include estimates of the funds needed to maintain the forest highway system nor to construct the additions to it that are needed.
The hotly debated plan for the capital's Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial, a circle of huge tablets engraved with his speeches ( and promptly dubbed by one of its critics, `` Instant Stonehenge '' ), is another of Udall's headaches, since as supervisor of the National Parks Commission he will share in the responsibility for building it.
The island now forms the Baker Island National Wildlife Refuge and is an unincorporated and unorganized territory of the U. S. Its defense is the responsibility of the United States ; though uninhabited, it is visited annually by the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
The National Institutes of Health ( NIH ) was the first federal agency to assume regulatory responsibility in the United States.
Overall economic planning became the responsibility of the National Superior Planning Council, directed by the minister of economy and commerce.
The government ( foreign policy conduct was the responsibility of Józef Beck ) undertook opportunistic hostile actions against Lithuania and Czechoslovakia, while it failed to control the increasingly fractured situation at home, where fringe groups and extreme nationalist circles were getting more outspoken ( one Camp of National Unity was connected to the new strongman, Marshal Edward Rydz-Śmigły ).
In 1996 the Isle of Man Government obtained permission to use the. im National Top Level Domain ( TLD ) and has ultimate responsibility for its use.
Current old institutions like the Oil Workers Union and the National Education Workers Union ( Sindicato Nacional de Trabajadores de la Educacion ) are sordid demonstrations of how the use of government benefits are not being applied to improve the quality in the investigation of the use of oil or the basic education in Mexico as long as their leaders show publicly that they are living wealthly and in the case of the Teachers Union represented by Elba Esther Gordillo, they are not allowing government to input a way to evaluate and improve the knowledge of the Mexican teachers allowing to incompetent elements to use those places to escalate in the Union or to avoid the responsibility for they were hired.
The majority of communication is under the responsibility of Marshall Islands National Telecommunications Authority.
The National Transport Authority ( NTA ) is a governmental department established under the Road Traffic Act in 1980 whose main responsibility is the regulation and control of road transport in Mauritius and Rodrigues.
Being a modern, dynamic, flexible and highly skilled, composed of the national popular resource to maximize the operational aspect of the Bolivarian National Armed Force, through the integration of people organized under the constitutional principle of responsibility between the State and Society Aimed at ensuring the overall defense of the nation.
In this regard, the Bolivarian National Armed Forces as an institution organized by the State to ensure the independence and sovereignty of the Nation, gave way to a process of reviewing its structure and operation to adapt to this new principle of national responsibility, defense and development integral.
Other parastatals are the responsibility of the Office of the Presidency, such as the Independent National Electoral Commission, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission and the Federal Civil Service Commission.
After the election, the Nationals negotiated an agreement to form a government with the Liberals and an independent MP, though not described as a " traditional coalition " due to the reduced cabinet collective responsibility of National cabinet members.
The Secretary of the Interior has delegated the responsibility for supervising this National Monument to the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
On January 12, 1981, a group calling itself Volunteer Organization for the Revolution claimed responsibility for blowing up six fighter jet planes in a Puerto Rico Air National Guard base at a loss of $ 40 million.
His responsibility for the revival and growth of university life in Australia was widely acknowledged by the award of honorary degrees in the Universities of Queensland, Adelaide, Tasmania, New South Wales, and the Australian National University and by thirteen universities in Canada, the United States and Britain, including Oxford and Cambridge.
National defence in the face of an aggressive world power is, by arrangement, the responsibility of Italy's armed forces.
In a 1997 referendum Welsh voters approved the devolution of governmental responsibility to a National Assembly for Wales, which first met in 1999.
Aware of the Egyptian people's strong political and emotional attachment to Nasser's memory, and the ideals of the Revolution, Sadat declared in his inauguration speech before the National Assembly on 7 October 1970, " I have come to you along the path of Gamal Abdel Nasser and I believe that your nomination of me to assume the responsibility of the Presidency is a nomination for me to continue the path of Nasser ".
After 1901, the responsibility was assigned to the agency that subsequently became known as the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
" A Russian neo-Nazi group called the Russian National Socialist Party claimed responsibility for the murders.
The National Park Service was given the responsibility to ensure that only rehabilitations that preserved the historic character of a building would qualify for federal tax incentives.
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This warm relationship came to an abrupt end in June of 1834 when the National Congress appropriated $3,000 for compiling and printing the laws of Arkansas Territory, and, taking note of the recent wave of corruption in the legislature, left it to the governor to award the contract.
For a time it appeared that a common European army might be created, but the project for a European Defense Community was rejected by the French National Assembly in 1954.
High-speed buses on the George Washington Memorial Parkway, operating between downtown Washington and Cabin John, Glen Echo and Brookmont, would constitute an alluring sample of what the new National Capital Transportation Agency can do for this city.
Howard Mitchell and the National Symphony perform in the first two releases, designed for grades one and two.
and to Mrs. Rozella Switzer, regional director of The National Conference of Christians and Jews, who asked them to serve as a committee for the fund.
The system is composed of three credit services, Federal Land Banks and National Farm Loan Associations, Federal Intermediate ( short-term ) Credit Banks, and Banks for Cooperatives.
National defense, like the continuing search for peace with freedom and justice for all, is `` everybody's business ''.
These thermometers have now been sent to the United Kingdom for calibration at the National Physical Laboratory.
The National Lumber Manufacturers Association, Washington, D. C., is developing plans to utilize specially treated lumber for underground shelter construction.
In 1960 one-quarter of the 92.5 million recreation visits to the National Forests and Grasslands were for the primary purpose of hunting and fishing.
Inventory and evaluate wildlife habitat resources in cooperation with other Federal agencies and with the States in which National Forests and Grasslands are located, as a basis for orderly development of wildlife habitat improvement and coordination programs, including ( A ) big-game, gamebird, and small-game habitat surveys and investigations on the 186 million acres of National Forests and Grasslands, ( B ) fishery habitat surveys and investigations on the 81,000 miles of National Forest fishing streams and nearly 3 million acres of lakes and impoundments, and ( C ) participation in planning, inspection, and control phases of all habitat improvement, land and water use projects conducted on National Forest lands by States, other Federal agencies, and private groups to assure that projects will benefit wildlife and be in harmony with other resource values.
It is proposed that in 10 years all commercial timberlands, all critical watersheds, and other lands in the National Forest System developed or proposed for intensive use will be given protection from fire adequate to meet the fire situation in the worst years and under serious peak loads.
Both of these systems are essential for the production, development, and use of the National Forests.
The existence of road systems permits an intensity of management and use for all National Forest purposes that is not otherwise possible.
Approximately 40 percent of the value of the work on roads for access to timber which are planned for this period will be constructed by purchasers of National Forest timber, but paid for by the Government through adjustment of stumpage prices.
One consequence is the occurrence of occasional conflicts because private owners of some inholdings object to public programs of use on neighboring National Forest or other Federal land, or because such ownerships are developed for uses that are not compatible with use for the public of neighboring National Forest land.
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FBI records show that 85 % of COINTELPRO resources targeted groups and individuals that the FBI deemed " subversive ," including communist and socialist organizations ; organizations and individuals associated with the civil rights movement, including Martin Luther King, Jr. and others associated with the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, and the Congress of Racial Equality and other civil rights organizations ; black nationalist groups ; the American Indian Movement ; a broad range of organizations labeled " New Left ", including Students for a Democratic Society and the Weathermen ; almost all groups protesting the Vietnam War, as well as individual student demonstrators with no group affiliation ; the National Lawyers Guild ; organizations and individuals associated with the women's rights movement ; nationalist groups such as those seeking independence for Puerto Rico, United Ireland, and Cuban exile movements including Orlando Bosch's Cuban Power and the Cuban Nationalist Movement ; and additional notable Americans — even Albert Einstein, who was a member of several civil rights groups, came under FBI surveillance during the years just prior to COINTELPRO's official inauguration .< ref >
In the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary, the senior elected officer of the organization is the National Commodore, also there are commodores elected for the individual district commands of the Coast Guard Auxiliary.
During 1960, all of its civilian space programs were transferred to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration ( NASA ) and the military space programs to the individual Services.
In addition, the medal may also be awarded to other service members whose direct and individual contributions to National security or National defense are recognized as being so exceptional in scope and value as to be equivalent to contributions normally associated with positions encompassing broader responsibilities.
The United States Navy, United States Coast Guard, and United States National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration use hull classification symbols ( sometimes called hull codes or hull numbers ) to identify their ship types and each individual ship within each type.
The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry ( IUPAC, or ) is an international federation of National Adhering Organizations that represents chemists in individual countries.
They are operated by a number of major companies ( National Transport Corporation, Mauritius Bus Transport, Rose Hill Transport, Triolet Bus Service, United Bus Service, Luna Transport ) and various individual operators which are organized in regional Bus Owners Co-operative Societies ( BOCS ).
* GunTrustLawyer. com – US site with information on the legality of owning a machine gun in each state under the National Firearms Act and individual state regulations.
Although individual nations designate their own national parks differently ( for example, see Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial in the United States ), an international organization, the International Union for Conservation of Nature ( IUCN ), and its World Commission on Protected Areas, has defined " National Park " as its Category II type of protected areas.
Section 508 § 1194. 3 General exceptions describe exceptions for national security ( e. g., most of the primary systems used by the National Security Agency ( NSA )), incidental items not procured as work products, individual requests for non-public access, fundamental alteration of a product's key requirements, or maintenance access.
In 1990, the first National Poetry Slam took place in Fort Mason, San Francisco, involving a team from Chicago, a team from San Francisco, and an individual poet from New York.
Henry Taylor, winner of the 1985 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry, competed in the 1997 National Poetry Slam as an individual and placed 75th out of 150.
In the mid-1990s, legislation established significant rights for independent trade unions, separate from the government, and enhanced individual rights ; but enforcement is uneven, and the role of the state security agencies, principally the National Security Service ( SNB ), remains central.
Three major football competitions operate throughout the year: the National Football League and the All-Ireland Senior Championship are operated on a county basis, while the All-Ireland Club Championship is contested by individual clubs.
The highest individual light trap total for 2010 was from a trap located in a salt marsh in the Fire Island National Seashore: approximately 25, 142 mosquitoes were collected during a 16-hour period on August 31.
For example, the NCC ( National Council of 56 Clubs ) has individual member clubs that host regional gatherings each year for collectors of Department 56 lighted villages.
Much of the land was still owned by individual landowners, often private estates, but there was also property owned by public bodies such as the Crown, or charities which allow and encourage access such as the National Trust.
In 1977 the US Congress created the National Committee for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research to investigate allegations that psychosurgery — including lobotomy techniques — were used to control minorities and restrain individual rights.
** Lonesome George, the last known individual of the Pinta Island Tortoise subspecies, dies at a Galapagos National Park, thus making the subspecies extinct.
After satisfactorily completing required examinations either administered by the National Board for Respiratory Care or directly by the individual state licensing board ( either the medical examiners board or a special state respiratory care board ).
Repeal followed the public disclosure of the case of an individual who had run into trouble with the House Un-American Activities Committee, then had been convicted of contempt of Congress, and then of all things, had received a National Science Foundation Fellowship.
In addition, two complementary awards are given: The Ramon John Hnatyshyn Award for Voluntarism in the Performing Arts, recognizing the voluntary services to the performing arts by an individual or group, and the National Arts Centre Award, which recognizes an individual artist's or company's work during the past performance year.