2 edition of Ten years of Federal grants-in aid for public health, 1936-1946 found in the catalog.
Ten years of Federal grants-in aid for public health, 1936-1946
Joseph W. Mountin
|Statement||by Joseph W. Mountin, Emily K. Hankla [and] Georgie B. Druzina.|
|Series||Public health bulletin ;, no. 300|
|LC Classifications||RA11.B19 M6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 84 p.|
|Number of Pages||84|
|LC Control Number||49045817|
Public Health and Social Services Emergency Fund expenditures may include some local grants, out of a total of $27 billion. The Veterans Health Administration will receive $ billion for medical services, $ billion for medical community care, $ million for medical support and compliance, and $ million for medical facilities. This study questions the basic assumption underlying the Use of federal grants-in-aid as a tool for implanting federal policy:states can be lured by money to pursue whatever objectives the federal.
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Get this from a library. Ten years of federal grants-in aid for public health, [Joseph W Mountin; Emily K Hankla; Georgie B Druzina; United States. Public Health Service.]. Author(s): Mountin,Joseph W(Joseph Walter),; Hankla,Emily K; Druzina,Georgie B Title(s): Ten years of Federal grants-in aid for public health, Grants-in-aid have been the primary means through which the federal government has pursued its domestic policy objectives for the past fifty years.
The edition of the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (U.S. General Services Administration ) identifies nearly 1, federal grant programs, about half of which include grants to state.
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Federal Grants-in-Aid: A Bulwark of State Governments by GEORGE E. BIGGE* T HE grant-in-aid is probably one of the most widely used and least understood activities or devices of government today.
In the past 10 or 15 years, many studies have been undertaken. Public health improves quality of life, extends life expectancy, reduces human suffering and saves resources over the long term.
Donate today and help APHA promote and protect the Ten years of Federal grants-in aid for public health of all people by creating the healthiest nation in one generation. Federal Grants-in-Aid Administration: A Primer Congressional Research Service 3 distribution of federal grant funds, Congress may have a diminished capacity to engage in effective oversight of federal grants.
In recent years, many scholars, various think tanks, the U.S. Government Accountability Office. FEDERAL GRANTS-IN-AIDFederal grants-in-aid are subventions to state or local governments, private institutions, or individuals in support of a wide variety of undertakings. Early in the nineteenth century, governmental transfers of land were used to support road construction and agricultural education.
Cash grants to states for diverse functions, such as vocational Source for information on. external icon is a central storehouse for information on over 1, grant programs and provides access to approximately $ billion in annual awards. HHS grant opportunities external icon; CDC Foundation.
As an independent, nonprofit organization established by Congress, the CDC Foundation external icon offers individuals and organizations a powerful way to. In the United States, federal grants are economic aid issued by the United States government out of the general federal revenue. A federal grant is an award of financial assistance from a federal agency to a recipient to carry out a public purpose of support or stimulation authorized by a law of the United States.
Grants are federal assistance to individuals, benefits or entitlements. Federal grants help state and local governments finance a broad range of services including health care, education, social services, infrastructure, and public safety.
Understanding the current and future fiscal condition of the state and local government sector can help policy makers identify the primary drivers of long-term fiscal challenges and determine how federal grant spending can best. federal grants in FY, funding a wide range of public policies, such as health care, transportation, income security, education, job training, social services.
Discover more about the Public Health Funding measure in the United States from the America's Health Rankings Annual Report. $ million in direct appropriations from Congress for health programs in Global HIV/AIDS, Global Immunizations, Global Disease Detection and Emergency Response, Parasitic Diseases and Malaria, and Global Public Health Protection.
Start studying Public Policy Chapters 10 and Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. policy implemented by state and local governments with support from federal grants-in-aid. horizontal societies. public health service. How did city planners solve the public health Public health 'Ten years of Federal grants-in aid for public health, ' -- subject(s): Public health 'Emergency health and sanitation.
BRIEF HISTORY OF GRANTS' Federal grants to state and local governments have a long history. At first, land grants and grants of the proceeds of land sales predominated. Alto-gether million acres of the federal domain were ceded as an endowment f or public schools, and some 4 million acres for higher education (exclud.
National Health Grants. In the Green Book proposals, the federal authorities offered funding for provincial public health activities to combat tuberculosis, mental illness and venereal disease, to assist in the prevention and control of “crippling conditions” in children, to provide professional training for public health personnel.
Grant-In-Aid: A grant-in-aid is the transfer of money from the federal government to a state government, local government or individual person for. Organized public nursing and variation of field programs in 94 selected counties: Public health areas and hospital facilities; a plan for coordination: Public health organization; report of the Committee on public health organization: Selected papers, Ten years of Federal grants-in aid for public health.
State the history of public health in Public health 'Ten years of Federal grants-in aid for public health, ' -- subject(s): Public health 'Emergency health and sanitation activities.Policy Implementation Through Bargaining: The Case of Federal Grants-In-Aid Article (PDF Available) in Public policy 25(4) February with 2, Reads How we measure 'reads'.Likewise, the national government has also relied on the states to administer some federal policies, a practice called fiscal federalism.
The term grants-in-aid refers to the federal government giving money to the states for a particular purpose. There are two general types of grants-in-aid.