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...Federal Express Introduction Cargo transporters are the leading transport services recommended for transporting required commodities to various destinations across the world. Federal Express is an example of transport facilities. Disagreements have risen between customers and the business regarding delivery of commodities to various destinations requested by the customers. This essay examines potential problems that led to the delay of the cargos belonging to desktop innovation by federal express transporters using the SWOT analysis (McDougall & Dorken, 145). A Background Description and Problem Statement in the Case Study Federal express is a business identified with transportation... of...
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Federal Reserve
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...Federal Reserve Factors That Influence the Federal Reserve in Adjusting the Discount Rate The Federal Reserve adjusts to the discount rate depending upon whether they want to encourage or discourage borrowings. In an inflationary and burgeoning economy the Federal would raise the discount rate so that economy calms down and vice versa (About.Com 2012). The Discount Rate Affect the Decisions of Banks in Setting Their Specific Interest Rates Discount rate affects the banks in setting their specific interest rates because that is the interest rate that they pay to the Fed for their borrowings from them. If the discount rates...
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Federal reserve
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...Federal Reserve was effective/ successful in its management of the Great Recession. This research will analyze the Federal Reserve’s actions in response to the great financial recession of 2008. The study will show the action that Federal Reserve took during and after the recession to counter its effects. The arguments will show that it was successful in mitigating the impact of the recession. It will also evaluate the policies that Federal Reserve used to fix the recession to explain why it was effective in the same. The research arguments will be derived from published articles, credible websites and datasets all for authenticity. Introduction According to Pettinger, the great economic... Yes. The...
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Federal Courts
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...Federal Courts Federal courts of the United s are the ones responsible in constructing the Judiciary Branch of the government that is under theconstitution. In order to understand further the nature and roles of federal courts, significant information is needed to be discussed. Basic Principles. Although the federal law is a complex set of statutes and court decisions, its basic principle is simply based on the concept of the rights of the expenditure of federal funds and collecting debts. (Office of General Counsel, 1994) History of Federal Courts. United States became one of the...
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Federal debt
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...Federal Debt Ordinarily, every tries to meet its usual expenditure out of the present income. If at any time, crisis arises, and then the , for accelerating economic growth raises loans from its citizens at home and foreigners abroad. State also undertakes loans for commercial purposes like construction of roads, railways etc. sometimes it is also incurred for covering a temporary deficit in balance of payment. A brief discussion on the nature and kinds of federal debts is provided which gives the basic understanding of the federal debt. Definition Federal debt is also known as national debt or the public debt. It is the...
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Federal Program
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...Federal Government Regulatory Program: Environment Protection Agency Federal Government Regulatory Program: Environment ProtectionAgency Origins of the program The Environment Protection Agency as one of the federal government protection programs originated from the need to consolidate and expand the environmental programs in 1970. It was on 22nd April that the American environmentalism dawned as one of the popular movements. The federal research, standard setting, monitoring and the enforcement activities that were to be performed to ensure that the environment was protected were to be consolidated into one agency. The...
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Federal Reserve
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...Federal Reserve for the US: Justification The Federal Reserve System is the central banking structure of US. The Federal Reserve was established in 1913 with the need of a central financial system in the economy of US. The central banking system was set up under a situation of continuous financial panics in the economy of US. The structure, roles and the responsibilities of the Federal Reserve has undergone rapid changes over the years which have been mainly stimulated by the events like the Great Depression, Global Financial Crisis, etc. The structure of the Federal Reserve System is composed of a governing board, the open market committee, regional Federal Reserve banks, privately owned... ?Need of...
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Federal Reserve
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...Federal Reserve Federal Reserve Federal Reserve is all about a the US central bank that provide the US economy with a stable, flexible financial and monetary system. The Federal Reserve also supervises commercial banks and provides financial services to the US government (Tucker, 2011). San Francisco is the closest Federal District Bank that is close to me. In addition, the current Chairman of Fed is Janet Yellen who was sworn to office at Washington D.C (Brux, 2011) Fed should remain independent from political authority so that it can be in a position to effectively and efficiently control the levels of...
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Federal regulations and federal agencies
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...Federal regulations and federal agencies December 19, Federal regulations and federal agencies Political, legal, and social forces are some of the major factors to an organization’s external environment and may operate independently or have interaction effects. This suggest that even in the absence of legal factors, social factors such as moral principles can regulate organizations and I believe that in such an environment, pharmaceuticals would consider ethical manners for quality service delivery and for competitive advantage. The pharmaceutical industry identifies intense competition and its companies ensure measures...
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Federal Express
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...Federal Express Introduction Executive Summary The following case reading s the air freight express company Federal Express called FedEx, its policies, services, company statistics and its terms and conditions. The survey states the “weaknesses, strengths, opportunities and threats” of the leading company. The complaint letter by an office manager portrays FedEx as a company with no value for its customer’s fulfillment. This is seen in the way they do not bother replying the stressed out customer. Anita has shown the strength of FedEx by stating the delivery of her cargo at last although it was too late. FedEx has shown strength by being ready to cut off shipping fees. They deliver goodies... Task...
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Federal courts
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...federal courts is more extensive than that of courts. Federal courts are not limited by boundaries like state courts as they cover the entire area under the federal government (Dine & Koutsias, 2012). In addition, diversity jurisdiction also allows cases with damages of over $75,000 to be filed in federal courts. Q #2 Answer: b The long arm statute allows courts to have jurisdiction over companies and people in other states, although this is limited. In this case, the personal jurisdiction limits determine where individuals are to be tried based on connections and residence (Dine & Koutsias, 2012), meaning a court in Colorado... LAW ASSIGNMENT Case One Q Answer: c This is because the jurisdiction of...
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Federal Contracts
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...Federal Contracts Introduction As much as the federal and agencies play an essential role in supporting small entrepreneurs to compete in the global market, they do not give grants for starting businesses. However, it is essential for a person with interest in a particular field to provide the relevant information that may help the economically disadvantaged entrepreneurs to gain access to the economic mainstream of the American society. For this particular case, whereby an individual is interested in developing small control aircrafts to expand his/her business by competing for Department of Homeland Security contracts; there are numerous low-interest...
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Federal Contracting
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...Federal Contracting Federal Contracting Issues Scenario 1 Under the Business Opportunity Development Reform Act of 1988, the government has been able create preferential contracting opportunities for small businesses that include projections of anticipated contract above the simplified acquisition threshold that small businesses, small disadvantaged businesses, women-owned businesses, HUBZone small businesses, and service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses may be able to perform under direct contracts with the government or through subcontracting opportunities (US Department of State, 2011). For any business to be awarded any contract by the Federal Government, it must be registered... ...
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Federal Express
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...FEDERAL EXPRESS Federal Express is a global leader in ground and air courier system since it started operations in 1973. For more than quarter of acentury, FedEx has been serving millions of customers around the world with offices in more than 220 countries. But global leadership has not come easily to FedEx. Painstaking monitoring of quality, recruitment of suitable staff and effective communication with customers have been the cornerstones of FedEx's success. FedEx has set very high performance standards to maintain quality service. Effective staff, good customer relations, proper tracking of orders and other such measures have helped the firm stay at the top. The firm has often come... EXPRESS...
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Federal function
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...Federal function The federal government Federal government is a system in the UnitedStates where the autonomous republics of the fifty states are considered in one national government. The federal government is constituted of three cardinal branches: the judiciary, exercutive and the legislature which wields various powers as stipulated in the American constitution. The federal government has its headquarters at Washington D.C .The relationship between the state and the federal government is partial and in most cases the states enjoys certain degrees of autonomy. Current public problem. In the recent past, the federal government has been faced with a looming crisis in which it plans... ? Running head:...
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Federal Reserve
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...Federal Reserve The Federal Reserve is one of the chief operators of the United s financial system. Even as its function is of primary importance, most Americans are less familiar with the Federal Reserve than any of the major government entities. Indeed, its confusing structure, organization, and responsibilities make it difficult for most Americans to understand. In explaining the Federal Reserve, the New York Times describes it as having, “exercised more influence over economic growth and the level of employment than any other government entity.” (NYT, Web) The article argues that even as the Federal...
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Federal agency
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...Federal agency Federal agency selected for Research: Federal Agency for Health Canada: Official Web site for the Agency: http://www.phac-aspc.gc.ca/index-eng.php The Federal Agency selected for the paper is Public Health Agency of Canada whose aim is: amplification its capability to protect the health and security of Canadians. This Public Health Agency of Canada is established by the Government of Canada. There is a Chief Public Health Officer who organizes this Federal Agency for Health. The formation of the Public Health Agency of Canada symbols the establishment of an innovative approach to federal management and partnership with provinces and other countries on efforts... 30 September 2008 Federal...
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Federal Government
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...Federal Government The events that led to a change in perception of the Federal Government between 1933 to 1938 cannot be mentioned without reflecting on the happenings of late 1920’s and early 1930’s when the great depression struck various economies of the world. In as much as the effects were not felt across some regions, other notable areas had to endure extremely difficult situations. In the United States, for example, 25% of all workers and 37% of all non-farm workers had lost their jobs by 1933. Before 1933, people held the perception that the Federal Government with the help of some of its structures was to provide a favorable environment for businesses and the society to prosper...
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Federal Bailout
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...federal government would seek to purchase existing debt from major banks, in the hopes of creating more room for new growth. Like anything else the government seeks to do, their plan for the banking industry would have its supporters, along with its vocal naysayers. With a considerable amount at stake going into the Presidential election of 2008, it would become important for both candidates... In these times of great economic uncertainty, it becomes imperative for the government to seek solutions, that will hopefully assist their ailing national economic systems. For the United States, this will have been of the utmost concern. By the end of 2007, according to most accounts, the United States...
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Federal Taxation
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...federal income... February 4 2009 TAX FILE MEMORANDUM Ms. Katis 2003 Tax File (I don't know from whom it will be coming from) Re: Tax Treatment of Ms. KatisIRS Assessed Taxes Facts Ms. Katis married Mr. Katis in 1993. Unfortunately, they divorced several years later. Prior to the divorce, however, they had entered into a separation agreement that provided, in part; -they would live separately and apart "for the rest of their natural lives." -Mr. Katis would pay Ms. Katis $1,500 per month spousal support until their divorce became final. -f Mr. Katis failed to make these payments in a timely fashion and his wife had to hire an attorney to enforce the agreement, he agreed to pay the attorney fees. -They...
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Federal Reserve
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...Federal Reserve Number: Introduction USA’s economy was faced by numerous issues/challenges during the spring (fromMarch up to May). Some of these challenges were inherited from the previous years particularly the famous 2008/2009 US economic crisis and federal reserves. However, by the beginning of 2012, the US economy was stable according to a report that was released by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco on January 2012. The report was suggesting that the national economic activities were expanding at a modest rate with the economy characterized by high consumer spending habits, expansion of the manufacturing industry and growth...
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Federal Parliament
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...Federal Parliament be able to enact uniform laws related to land and real e s throughout the country for the economic growth of the country Australian law has been based upon adoption of the English statutory and common law. The law of Australia consists of the following : (i) Australian common law (which is based on the English common law), (ii) Federal laws enacted by the Parliament of Australia, (iii) Laws enacted by the Parliaments of the Australian states and territories. The most important law of Australia is the Constitution of Australia. The Parliament of Australia makes Australian federal laws. Section 51 of the Australian...
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Federal Government
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...Federal Government... On September 15th, 1779, President George Washington signed into law a congressional bill which ized the renaming of the Department of Foreign Affairs, the State Department, and the Secretary of Foreign Affairs, the Secretary of State (Fishman, Pederson and Rozell, 2001). Since that date, the United States has had 66 Secretaries of State. As DeConde (1962) explains, while the duties associated with this position are predominantly concerned with the nation's foreign affairs, there are a number of domestic responsibilities. These include the acceptance of the resignation of the U.S. President, the use and custodianship of the Great Seal, and the execution of the White House's...
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Federal Reserve
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...Federal Reserve, the rapidly falling dollar and the skyrocketing price of commodities around the world. It begins by arguing that despite interest rate cuts, because of the implications of the credit crisis this is actually doing more harm than good. It is apparent that while the housing market is still mired in an extended slump and the number of vacant homes are increasing by the day, the economy is merely in bad, not terrible shape. The article succinctly states that the economy "is limping rather than slumping". The prevailing outlook over the next couple of months is definitely bleak, and it seems... "On Ben's Bind" The paper essentially talks about the contentious relationship between the...
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Federal Bailout
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...federal government would seek to purchase existing debt from major banks, in the hopes of creating more room for new growth. Like anything else the government seeks to do, their plan for the banking industry would have its supporters, along with its vocal naysayers. With a considerable amount at stake going into the Presidential election of 2008, it would become important for both candidates... In these times of great economic uncertainty, it becomes imperative for the government to seek solutions, that will hopefully assist their ailing national economic systems. For the United States, this will have been of the utmost concern. By the end of 2007, according to most accounts, the United States...
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Federal required security within federal buildings
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...Federal Security within Federal Buildings Federal government facilities and buildings’ security is of utmost importance as it not only affects the daily activities of the federal government, but it also affects the safety, health, and well-being of federal employees as well as the public at large. The government of the United States has a very important obligation of assuring the peace of mind as well as the physical safety of the numerous Federal employees and members of the public who go to the Federal government facilities and buildings. Unfortunately, over the years,...
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Federal Court System
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...Federal Court System Supreme Court has the highest ity in American criminal justice system or federal judiciary. Below Supreme Court, two levels of federal courts are functioning; trail courts or district courts and appellate courts. The nine member Supreme Court judges’ panel consists of a Chief Justice and eight other justices. Supreme Court normally functions based on the guidelines, passed by the Congress. Under normal circumstances, Supreme Court hears cases which were unresolved in trail courts, appellate courts and state courts. Most of the cases appear in the Supreme Court usually involve important questions about the Constitution or federal law. “Within limits set by Congress... and...
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The Federal Reserve
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...Federal Reserve Evaluation of the role and the effectiveness of the Federal Reserve in stabilizing the current economy The Federal Reserve System is the central banking system of the United States that is responsible for ensuring stability in economic conditions and monetary flow in the economy. Over the years, the system and structure if the federal reserve has evolved to meet the effects of economic crisis and great depression in the economy. The Federal Reserve System was created under the Federal Reserve Act in order to address the issue of panic in the banking industry and acts as the final check point and regulator in the clearing system and the banking industry. The effectiveness... ? The Federal...
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The Federal Reserve Bank
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...Federal Reserve Bank History of the Federal Reserve Bank The Fed traces its inceptionsto 1791, when Congress urged the Treasury Secretary, Alexander Hamilton to establish the first U.S. bank. The first bank was headquartered in Philadelphia; the bank was given a twenty-year contract; however, numerous agrarian-minded Americans were uncomfortable with the ideology as they suggested this would affect the management of the central bank. They decided to restrict it, but the Congress declined through a single vote, and it was renewed in 1811 (Paul, 1996). Congress later created a national bank in 1816, in light of the expansion that came about because of the...
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Federal Bureau of Prisons
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...Federal Bureau of Prisons Federal Bureau of Prisons Introduction There has long been a debate in this country over thefunction of a prison. Some would strongly contend that its purpose is punitive and that prisoners should be punished according to the crime that they commit. While few would argue with that contention, others do contend that the primary purpose of the prison should be rehabilitate offenders and get them ready to be positive contributors and law-abiding citizens in society upon their release. Naturally, there are some prisoners who will never be released back into society, but for the millions of others, many in society would like to see them get prepared for a second chance... ...
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Federal prison tour
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...Federal Prison Tour Affiliation On the 11th of May we set out to tour the federal prison in Terre Haut, Indiana; a group of twenty students from the criminal criminology department of ISU university. The tour that took approximately one and half an hour started at the gate entrance where we were inspected and screened. In groups of three, we headed into the large hall where we got detailed descriptions on how the facility operates. From there we set off to visit other sections of the prison. The Federal Correctional Complex has two facilities; the Federal Correction Institution for medium-security inmates and the United...
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Federal Prison Comparison Pape
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...Federal Prison Systems: A Comparison Overview The federal prison system was established by the US Congress in 1930 for incarcerating, protecting, disciplining and caring for “all persons charged or convicted of offenses against the United States” (Clear, et al 2011, p. 145). Originally, persons convicted of bank robberies, extortion, mail fraud and arson were housed in federal prisons. However, since the War on Drugs during the 1980s, drug offenders are also housed in federal prisons. Other federal crimes involve interstate commerce (Clear, et al, 2011). Ultimately there are fewer violent offenders in...
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The federal budget deficit
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...Federal Budget Deficit The budget deficit occurs when government’s spending outweighs its outlays. The deficit results in a national debt that needs to be borrowed and steps need to be taken in order to reduce the future deficits. ‘The public debt, which is sometimes called the federal or the national debt, is the total amount the federal government owes its creditors.’ (Arnold, 2008) The reduction strategy for budget deficit involves decreasing the public expenditure or increasing taxes or a combination of both. The US budget picture has evolved through leaps and bounds. The current federal deficit for the government went down by 37% from the previous years pictures... ? Research Report By: 10th Nov,...
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The Federal Reserve
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...Federal Reserve Bank: a factual background for an understandingof the situation of USA central bank, the recent monetary policies, the available tools to influence aggregate money supply and demand, and the effects on the economic system by all these facts. It strives to be as realistic as possible by considering events that took place since the latest economic recession in 2008. Many unfavourable events affected the Fed since then. Recommendations for improvements in the roles of the Fed were included. There were significant initiatives by the Board of Governors since mid-2012. Those initiatives should arrive at good results... ? Contained in this project are the following matters related to the Federal ...
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Federal Reserve Presentation
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...Federal Reserve – Roles and Responsibilities The Federal Reserve Roles and Responsibilities 1 The Federal Reserve (Fed) was set up in 1913 to serve as the central bank for the US and performs three key functions. It provides financial services to the government and the public, it regulates the nation’s financial, banking and payments systems and develops and implements a monetary policy to keep the economy healthy with stable prices and sustainable employment (Parry, 1999). 1.2 The Fed is the banker for the US government and handles all payments for the treasury. All currency notes and coins are made under its supervision and control. The Fed also sells Treasury securities... ...
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US. Government / Federal Bureaucracy
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...Federal Bureaucracy The expanded federal bureaucracy will need about $8 billion in the next decade to combat globalwarming. This is under the bill passed by the House of Representatives. The non-partisan Congressional budget office found out that the bill would reduce the federal deficit in a decade because it requires firms to purchase permits to emit pollution. That would increase the amount of cash to federal coffers. The House bill called the American Clean Energy and Security Act, intents to control greenhouse gases emission, which trap heat in the atmosphere. The major greenhouse gas is carbon dioxide emitted by the...
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Federal Budget Deficit
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...Federal budget deficit” A budget deficit refers to the amount by which a company, individual or a government’s spending exceeds its income over a given period. It can be called a deficit or a deficit spending. Most governments across the world experience deficit budgets because of several reasons. It is imperative that the government’s deficit is mainly financed by borrowing from the public through selling of bonds. In addition it can b financed by borrowing from the central bank. There are diverse budgetary deficits, which include revenue, budgetary, fiscal, primary and monetized deficits (The Moment of Truth, 7). This paper intends to discuss the significance, causes and recommendations... ...
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Federal health care policy
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...Federal Health Care Policy Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) Public health statistics indicate that hundreds of thousands of Americans die every year because they are unable to access and pay for their health insurance plans. This implies that millions of Americans do not have comprehensive medical cover plans, and some people are dropped from their current health insurance plans because of their employers. This has called upon the federal government to introduce an ideal health care policy, which ensures that all Americans access adequate health insurance plans to access adequate and effective health care. The Patient Protection and...
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U.S. Federal Reserve System
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...Federal Reserve System “The central banking system of United s was created in 1913 byUnited States congress in order to provide safer modes of monitoring and a flexible banking system” (Philadelphia, pp. 2). The Federal Reserve System is a government institution developed to monitor country’s economic policies including employment, supply of money and interest rate. Federal Reserve System operates like an independent entity to control public and private aspects and comprised of seven members elected by the senate and president on 14 years agreement (Plossers, pp. 1-2). Moreover, the system is operating in United States to provide exchange...
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The Federal Reserve
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...Federal Reserve Bank The Role of Fed in the Current Economy The financial crisis the country is trying to come outfrom was a creation of the Federal Reserve. However, the politician has been attacking each other and blaming the Bush administration for poor policy. It is worth noting that the collapse of the mortgage market was necessitated by Fed lax on the money market. The Federal Reserve addresses the economy by regulating financial institutions, setting monetary policies and operating the countries payment systems. Therefore, in pursuing these functions Fed aim to stabilize prices and attain maximum employment. The...
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Federal Reserve Paper
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...Federal Reserve System is the Central Bank in the United s abbreviated as FED. The FED has various functions which include managing the money and credit supply in United States. It operates at the centre of the financial system of the United States. The FED also keeps business running in the nation through supply of currency, coins, and services payments such as check clearing and electronic funds transfer (Solow & Taylor, 2008).The paper will look at the U.S Federal Reserves monetary policy in detail addressing various issues. Purpose and function of money Money has three main functions and these are medium of exchange, store of value and unit of account. Money as a medium... ?Monetary Policy The...
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Federal Energy Incentives/Disincentives
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...Federal Energy Incentives/Disincentives Energy is a very important part of the US economy. The federal government is responsible for formulating national policies to regulate how energy is produced, distributed and used. Thee policies can promote as well as restrict energy consumption in the country. Federal incentives for the production and distribution of energy comes in the form of regulation, market support, tax incentives, direct subsidies, technology transfer, procurement mandates and demonstration programmes (Geri and McNabb, 2011). The most widely used incentive mechanism that the government uses is tax policy. The oil and gas...
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Federal Constitution in US
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...federal constitution? Would it be possible foreach state to merely abide by its own constitution? When the United States of America wrote and ratified its written constitution that was clearly without precedent. Having a written constitution implies maintaining rule of law since rights and powers are stipulated and spelled out with some degree of specificity. Much of the US federal constitution divides the powers of the government into branches in order to define carefully respective limitation and powers of each branch. In doing this, the federal constitution creates a balance of power between States and federal constitution... . That is something that the state constitution could achieve for...
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The Federal Reserve
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...Federal Reserve Evaluate the role and the Effectiveness of the Federal Reserve in Stabilizing the Current Economy The FederalReserve is the most powerful institution in the American economic system. It is necessary to note that this institution is not an agency of the federal government, but it is a privately owned banking cartel, which has been given an exceptional monopoly over the U.S. monetary system by the United States Congress (Grey, 2002). The key objectives of the monetary policy are stipulated in the Federal Reserve Act. This act asserts that the Federal open Market Committee and the Board of Governors should always strive to promote the goal of stable prices, maximum employment... The Federal...
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Ending the Federal Reserve
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...Federal Reserve should be abolished because it is immoral, unconstitutional, impractical, promotes bad economics, and undermines liberty. Its destructive nature makes it a tool of tyrannical government -Ron Paul, End The Fed (2009, p. 141) Ron Paul is not alone in his vitriol about the Federal Reserve (the “Fed”). This institution has been hated by many since its birth in 1913. It is an open question whether the Fed should exist at all and what would happen after its demise. The Fed emerged out of crisis and manages crisis with monetary policy. The Fed was created in 1913 to prevent the panics of the late 1800s and early 1900s... Ending the Fed: Arguments for and Against Executive Summary The Federal...
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Federal Sentencing Guidelines
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...Federal Sentencing Guidelines Federal sentencing guidelines are the rules permissions to view a criminal with that act. These guidelines are the standard principles prepared by federal criminal justice system and approved by United States Sentencing Commissions. These guidelines are published in a manner so that the entire nation can openly read and contend themselves that the decision made by the court is not wrong. These guidelines may also help criminal to get prepare for the punishments before they seize themselves in any crime. The judge while dealing with a case selects the sentence from this guideline and makes decision. Other...
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...federal budget The United s Budget containsmandatory, discretionary and military spending. Latest years have seen the mandatory spending programs represent an enormous portion of the federal budget. The budgeted amount of Fiscal year 2013 Federal spending was $3.803 trillion and about two thirds of the spending went to mandatory programs accounted for about 60 % of the budget (gpo.gov). The government has an obligation to pay for the mandatory expenses through formerly ratified laws that are Medicare, Medicaid, Social security and paying interest on national debt. As a result, mandatory expenditure has to remain unaltered in the process of annual... Discretionary and mandatory expenditures on current...
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Federal Medical Malpractice Reform
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...Federal Medical Malpractice Reform of Institute: Outline 0 Introduction 2.0 Key Concepts of Federal Medical Malpractice Reform 3.0 Driving and Restraining Forces 4.0 Stakeholders, 5.0 Contributing Factors that Led to Failure. 6.0 Conclusion 7.0 References Federal Medical Malpractice Reform There have been rapid and recent developments in the American medical health care systems that have warranted review of various sectors for instance, Health Care Law. Prime amongst them medical liability system whose role in driving up patient’s medical expenses has not gone unnoticed. The American Medical association and several Congressional work...
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U.S. Federal Reserve website
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...Federal Reserve Jeffry (2007) asserts, “The Federal Reserve was founded by Congress in 1913 as the central bank of the U.S.”. It was created toregulate the fiscal policy of the United States in order to achieve economic stability. Money is the key towards individual and economic success. Let us talk about the purpose and function of money. Money is necessary to run the economy of a country. “It is one of the most important concepts to be understood in the running of the worlds financial system” (Helfield, 2003). If we talk about the functions of money, we can say that money helps people engage in the indirect exchange of products and services. Whenever we go to a supermarket or to a shopping...
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The Federal Reserve
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...Federal Reserve Introduction The Federal Reserve is one of the chief operators of the United s financial system. Even as its function is ofprimary importance, most American's are less familiar with the Federal Reserve than any of the major government entities. Indeed, its confusing structure, organization, and responsibilities make it difficult for most American's to understand. In explaining the Federal Reserve, the New York Times describes it as having, “exercised more influence over economic growth and the level of employment than any other government entity.” (NYT, Web) The article argues that even as the Federal Reserve has been in existence since 1913, it wasn't until the 1970s... that...
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