nonfederal

nonfederal

(ˌnɒnˈfɛdərəl)
adj
not federal or associated with central government
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The project is a part of FEMA's Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) and requires a 25 percent nonfederal match.
News added four new factors to measure nonfederal research grants and non-National Institutes of Health federal research grants, said Robert Morse, U.S.
Each grant is limited to $1,000, and the applicant must provide a nonfederal, cash match of at least $700.
Department of Health and Human Services, the CPSTF is an independent, nonfederal panel of public health and prevention experts whose members are appointed by the director of CDC.
The study also finds EPA site-specific cleanup spending on remedial cleanup activities at nonfederal National Priorities List (NPL) sites declined from about $0.7 billion to about $0.4 billion during the same time period.
Oil production has fluctuated on federal lands over the past five fiscal years but has increased dramatically on nonfederal lands.
BAGHDAD / Nina /-- Deputy Speaker Arif Tayfur said : " nonfederal system is the only way to resolve the accumulated problems between the Kurdish Regional Government and the federal government in Baghdad.
The revised policy is particularly intended "to facilitate reviews that involve multi-site or multi-component projects, consortia, networks, aggregate data sets, and/or multi-authored publications" The policy covers both federal employee and nonfederal members of scientific review groups, including mail reviewers.
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.
The presidential memorandum directs the Secretary of Commerce to work with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to make 500 megahertz (MHz) of federal and nonfederal spectrum available for wireless broadband use within the next 10 years.
Most threatened and endangered species, listing candidates, and species of concern depend at least in part on private and other nonfederal lands.