nonfederal

nonfederal

(ˌnɒnˈfɛdərəl)
adj
not federal or associated with central government
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Grant recipients will use the money and nonfederal match to retain a qualified professional to prepare a property nomination package for the NRHP.
The study also finds EPA site-specific cleanup spending on remedial cleanup activities at nonfederal National Priorities List (NPL) sites declined from about $0.
Oil production has fluctuated on federal lands over the past five fiscal years but has increased dramatically on nonfederal lands.
GAO analyzed relevant statutes and DHS documents on the QHSR and BUR processes and, in response to a request for comments on the processes, received comments from 63 of the 85 federal and nonfederal stakeholders it contacted.
Most threatened and endangered species, listing candidates, and species of concern depend at least in part on private and other nonfederal lands.
These individuals are often invited to attend scientific or medical conferences, to present papers, to give presentations, or to provide technical instruction to, or collaborate with, nonfederal entities (NFEs).
That sample covers nonfederal, short-term hospitals, which account for 90% of discharges.
He and his colleagues conducted a survey of catheter-associated infection prevention practices at all 119 VA medical centers and a random national sample of more than 400 nonfederal hospitals with more than 50 beds and an ICU.
Because most studies of the relationship between maternal age and stillbirth have been conducted in hospitals or among homogeneous populations, researchers revisited the issue using a database that includes about 20% of all patients admitted to nonfederal U.
One, the "Healthy Forests Partnership Act," would: authorize the Forest Service and BLM to enter into new partnerships; designate new Healthy Forests Partnership Zones in priority areas to foster investment by nonfederal parties; and encourage the application of peer-reviewed science with heightened legal significance.
Penalties could range from suspending the authority's federal funding to requiring repayment of the money with nonfederal dollars.
The task force is an independent, nonfederal group that was convened by the Department of Health and Human Services and is supported by staff from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other public and private partners.