CED's work is grounded on seven core principles: sustainable capitalism, long-term economic growth, efficient fiscal and regulatory policy, competitive and open markets, a globally competitive workforce, equal economic opportunity, and nonpartisanship
in the nation's interest.
Q You've said that PIPSC isn't going to abandon its tradition of political nonpartisanship
In our era, there was much more nonpartisanship
in the Senate than today," Packwood said.
Doing so would almost certainly violate the requirements of impartiality and nonpartisanship
specified in the Values and Ethics Code for the Public Sector and, by extension, the terms of their employment.
The Army's unofficial promise of nonpartisanship
is upset when it is perceived to favor one community over another.
a return to a studied nonpartisanship
combined with a type of public advocacy that relies on witness more than lawsuits.
United States, "[t]he legitimacy of the Judicial Branch ultimately depends upon its reputation for impartiality and nonpartisanship
McCarthy and his bureau were committed to nonpartisanship
from the start.
Finally, Sharp points to the newness of the republic and the popular appeal of nonpartisanship
as evidence in support of a genuine fear that union actually hung in the balance in 1800.
The tradition of nonpartisanship
is alive and well in America's military.
NSBA is the most pragmatic, thoughtful small-business organization out there and its staunch nonpartisanship
puts us in the unique position to focus solely on our one constituency: small business.
It's not because we have some naive concept of nonpartisanship