Department of Education. The Secretary may carry out such programs directly, or through grants to, or contracts with — 1 States or local educational agencies; 2 institutions of higher education; and 3 other public and private agencies, organizations, and institutions. Scholar-Athlete Games. The Secretary may use funds appropriated under this subpart for the cost of such peer review. The study shall include the following information: A The characteristics of those public elementary school and secondary school buildings that contribute to unhealthy school environments.
It operates kind of like a sales tax, but it is actually a fee rather than a tax. The fee is used to fund infrastructure improvements in order to improve the site community of the fee collector. Unlike sales tax, which is collected by the government, the public improvement fee is collected by a third party administrator hired by the owner of the development site. Instead, it is taken by the developer of the property, or the landlord. And the fee can be used for curbs and sidewalks, storm management systems, sanitary sewer systems, public street lighting, and road and bridge development. PIFs are only available in Colorado.
It provides oversight for the management of activities on more than 12 million acres of public lands including lakes, rivers and islands. It replaces Preservation P , the largest acquisition program of its kind in the United States. With a total of The Division of State Lands also assists landowners who want to sell land to the state, buy land from the state or gain access to public lands.
Through this website, HHS will provide information on the planned use of funds, funding opportunities, and the recipients of awards. Information will be posted as it becomes available. The Affordable Care Act established the Prevention and Public Health Fund to provide expanded and sustained national investments in prevention and public health, to improve health outcomes, and to enhance health care quality. To date, the Fund has invested in a broad range of evidence-based activities including community and clinical prevention initiatives; research, surveillance and tracking; public health infrastructure; immunizations and screenings; tobacco prevention; and public health workforce and training. Learn about funding opportunity announcements, requests for proposals, and other funding solicitations for activities funded from the Prevention and Public Health Fund.