Programs to expand U.S. exports, develop innovative technologies, gather and disseminate statistical data, measure economic growth, grant patents, promote minority entrepreneurship, predict the weather and monitor stewardship. Mandate to work with the business community to foster economic growth and create new American jobs.
Program activities include: medical and social science research, prevention of infectious diseases, food and drug safety, Medicare, Medicaid, AFDC, child support enforcement, improvement of maternal and infant health, Head Start, prevention of child abuse and domestic violence, treatment and prevention of substance abuse, and services for older Americans.
Plays key role in: 1) protection against criminals and subversion, 2) ensuring the healthy competition of business in a free enterprise system, 3) safeguarding the consumer, 4) enforcing drug & immigration/naturalization laws, 5) efforts for effective law enforcement, 6) crime Prevention,7) crime Detection, 8) prosecution and rehabilitation of offenders, and 9) conduct of all Supreme Court suits in which the United States is concerned.
Formulates and recommends economic, fiscal and tax policies; serves as financial agent of the U. S. government; enforces the law; protects the President and other officials; and manufactures coins and currency.
Digital Book Index provides access to more than 74,000 titles available online. It gathers both commercial and non-commercial eBooks from more than 1800 publishers and private publishing organizations.
DigitalCommons@ILR offers electronic access to material that encompasses every aspect of the workplace. It is a service of the Martin P. Catherwood Library, School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University. Research and scholarly output included within the DigitalCommons@ILR has been selected and deposited by the individual departments, centers, institutes, and programs within the School of Industrial and Labor Relations (ILR).
The Disciples of Christ Historical Society was founded in 1941 for the purpose of gathering, preserving, and making available the large trove of materials relating to various early 19th Century reform groups stemming from the work of Thomas and Alexander Campbell, Barton Stone, and other religious pioneers.