government security

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Noun1.government security - a security issued by United States government agencies or the Farm Credit Systemgovernment security - a security issued by United States government agencies or the Farm Credit System
certificate, security - a formal declaration that documents a fact of relevance to finance and investment; the holder has a right to receive interest or dividends; "he held several valuable securities"
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'Section 36 (f), Chapter 2 of the GAM, Volume I, states that - 'All payments of government obligations and payables shall be covered by Disbursement Vouchers (DV)/Payrolls together with the original copy of the supporting documents which will serve as basis in the evaluation of authenticity and authority of the claim',' they added.
We are currently discussing with them to review the projects OBC, so that it states what their obligations are and what government obligations are.
Dr Eng Lykuong, president of CWEA and a dentist at Master Care Dental Clinic sat down with The Post's Cheng Sokhorng and gave an overview of the dynamics of the Kingdom's female entrepreneurs and women's growth in the economy, as well as the challenges the business sector faces with respect to government obligations.
Strength of Government Obligations: The guarantee backing the RPI payments is considered an irrevocable and unconditional obligation of the Government of Peru (GOP), through the Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MTC), denominated in dollars.
He said productive spending for the month amounted to P204.1 billion, while interest payments for government obligations reached only P36.2 billion.
Its portfolio includes corporate bonds, the United States Government obligations, commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS), asset-backed securities, short-term investments, collateralized mortgage obligations and foreign government obligations.
Public sector debt falling due in 2016 accounts for 4.8 per cent of GDP with direct government obligations representing only 0.2 per cent of GDP.
He underlined the necessity to suppress any illicit deals, and the execution of all government obligations.
Unobligated allotment is the difference between the total budget and government obligations, COA explained.
came close to defaulting on some government obligations, that "prioritization" - a contingency strategy where bond payments are made while other outlays such as Social Security payments are halted - was not feasible.
Dubai's direct government obligations are about 30 per cent of the emirate's GDP, while the emirate's consolidated debt obligations (government + GREs) is estimated at 143 per cent of its GDP in April 2013.

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