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Brian G. Dowling

About Congress.gov | Congress.gov | Library of Congress - 0 views

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    Congress.gov is in an initial beta phase with plans to transform the Library of Congress's existing congressional information system into a modern, durable and user-friendly resource. Eventually, it will incorporate all of the information available on THOMAS.gov. (To compare the scope of legislative information on THOMAS.gov versus the scope of legislative information on the beta site, see Coverage Dates for Legislative Information.)
Brian G. Dowling

Economic Development Administration - 0 views

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    The U.S. Economic Development Administration's investment policy is designed to establish a foundation for sustainable job growth and the building of durable regional economies throughout the United States. This foundation builds upon two key economic drivers - innovation and regional collaboration. Innovation is key to global competitiveness, new and better jobs, a resilient economy, and the attainment of national economic goals. Regional collaboration is essential for economic recovery because regions are the centers of competition in the new global economy and those that work together to leverage resources and use their strengths to overcome weaknesses will fare better than those that do not. EDA encourages its partners around the country to develop initiatives that advance new ideas and creative approaches to address rapidly evolving economic conditions.
Brian G. Dowling

Regulations.gov - Home - 1 views

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    Let Your Voice Be Heard
    Regulations.gov is your source for U.S. government regulations and related documents. Here you can find, read and comment on documents. Share your knowledge and make your voice count .
Brian G. Dowling

Changing the Budget Rules Could Alter How the Federal Government Lends - Brookings Inst... - 1 views

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    The fundamental question revolves around what interest rate to use to calculate the cost in today's dollars of the government's future receipts. The government makes loans today and receives interest payments and principal repayments over a period of as much as thirty years. The only way to make a fair comparison between different loan programs, or between a grant program and a subsidized loan program, is to calculate the cost in today's dollars.
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