VGLI Coverage Amount by State as of September 30, 2012 VGLI Coverage Amount by State as of September 30, 2012 Banking, Finance, and Insurance
Provides the amount of Veterans' Group Life Insurance (VGLI) coverage by state. This report provides a snapshot of the amount of VGLI coverage as of September 30, 2012. For members who reside outside the United States, coverage is not identified by individual country. The total amount of coverage was captured to ensure 100% of the population was identified in the report.
This report displays the renewal homeless assistance projects being awarded by HUD under the 2011 Continuum of Care (CoC) competitive grants process. Approximately $1.47 billion ($1,473,690,179) is being awarded for renewal competitive programs. The competitive programs provide funding for transitional and permanent housing and supportive services. These reports are organized by state and then by continuum, or community. Within each listed continuum are the organizations that will be assisted with HUD's awards for competitive programs.
Toxic Release Inventory Chemicals by Groupings Toxic Release Inventory Chemicals by Groupings Population
The Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) makes available information for more than 600 toxic chemicals that are being used, manufactured, treated, transported, or released into the environment since 1987. EPA makes changes (additions, deletions, or changes in definition) to the TRI chemical list. As a result, the TRI list of reportable toxic chemicals can vary from year to year. EPA created groupings such as the core chemical lists (of 1988, 1991, 1995, 1998, 2000, and 2001) to facilitate year-to-year comparison based on a consistent set of reporting requirements and assure that changes in TRI release or other waste management amounts do not reflect the addition, deletion, or change in definition of reportable chemicals. EPA also created groupings of specific chemicals of interest by categories such as Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA), Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs), Metals, Newly Added TRI Chemicals in 1995, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA, Carcinogens), Persistent Bioaccumulative and Toxic (PBT) Chemicals, and Priority Chemicals.
This dataset contains school level information on the academic achievement results of state assessments in reading/language arts. The dataset contains information on the number of students assessed and the percent of those students who achieved a level of state-defined grade-level proficiency or above. Information is included within the dataset on all students assessed within the school, assessment results by grade and for specific subgroups of students, along with detailed information on the subgroups within each individual grade. The reported percentage of students reaching grade level proficiency or above has been reported in a manner that protects the privacy of individuals within the data. For more information on the data files and guidance for their appropriate use, please read the Public File Documentation.
This dataset contains school level information on the four-year adjusted cohort graduation rates calculated by state education agencies in accordance with U.S. Department of Education regulations on ESEA, Title I, published in 2008. The dataset contains information on the number of students identified within the cohort for 2010-11 graduation, along with the percent of those students graduating with a high school diploma within four years. Adjusted cohort rates and counts are reported for the school as a whole, and for key subgroups of students (major racial and ethnic groups, children with disabilities, limited English proficient students, and economically disadvantaged students). The reported graduation rate has been reported in a manner that protects the privacy of individuals within the data. The privacy protections vary based on the n-size of the student group whose graduation rate is being reported. To interpret these data appropriately, please utilize the cohort count that is reported for each graduation rate and reference section 4.1 of the Public File Documentation for details on the privacy protections. For more information on the data file and guidance for its appropriate use, please read the Public File Documentation.
USAID’s Development Credit Authority (DCA) works with investors, local financial institutions, and development organizations to design and deliver investment alternatives that unlock financing for U.S. Government priorities. Whether it’s getting working capital to promising entrepreneurs or input financing to small farmers, DCA seeks to prove the commercial viability of underserved markets so that lending and investment continues long after we exit. The Development Credit Authority (DCA) uses partial credit guarantees to mobilize local financing in developing countries. Guarantee agreements encourage private lenders to extend financing to underserved borrowers in new sectors and regions. By opening up local channels of financing, USAID is empowering entrepreneurs in developing countries at a minimal cost to the U.S. taxpayer. This dataset is the complete list of all USAID partial credit guarantees since DCA was established in 1999. This USAID dataset shows the partial credit guarantees that USAID has issued since the development credit authority program was founded in 1999. The spreadsheet reflects the full facility size of each guarantee, how much was lent under the guarantee, the status of the guarantee (i.e., active or expired) , how much in claims the bank submitted due to losses it incurred for loans placed under the guarantee, and how many loans were placed under coverage of the guarantee. The data also shows the sector and country for each guarantee.
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