SCACPA Don t forget to check out SCACPA s new financial Literacy site, public accounting practitioners, financial managers, lenders, investors, and sureties. http://www.scacpa.org/
MASC Staff Bios She previously worked for the south carolina Downtown Development Association programs. Also, Michelle manages the Cable Advisory Franchise Program, http://www.masc.sc/about/staff.htm
Extractions: Former mayor of Cheraw, SC, Howard has served the Association as executive director since 1992. Prior to accepting the director's position, he was MASC's director for intergovernmental relations for five years. In addition to supervising all Association activities, he is directly involved in MASC's legislative and technical assistance programs. Howard received his bachelor's degree from the Citadel and his masters in Public Administration from the University of South Carolina. Contact Howard through e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone (803) 933-1202. Miriam Hair , Deputy Executive Director Miriam came to the Association in 1985 after working in economic development for two years with the Upper Savannah Council of Governments. She earned both a bachelors degree in Recreation and Parks Administration and a masters in Agricultural Economics from Clemson University. As deputy executive director, Miriam oversees the operations of several of the association's departments: Risk Management, Information Technology, Education and Training, and Community Builders. In addition, she directs the Association's collection programs and provides staff support for the SC Association of Municipal Power Systems and the Technology Enhanced City Hall program. Contact Miriam through e-mail
Extractions: Mission: Mission: The primary purpose of the College HelpLine Program is to work with students in the Teacher Cadet Program as well as others who need help getting into college. Priority is given to minorities, first generation college-bound students and those planning to teach. The two basic goals in the program are to assist students with the college admission process and to provide them with information on financial aid. The Center's College HelpLine Program serves as a liaison between high schools and college admissions and financial aid representatives. College HelpLine tries to get students past the roadblocks that may discourage the prospective college student, as well as his or her parents, from pursuing a college education.To assist in finding information about college scholarships, loans and other programs, the Center publishes College HelpLine , a newsletter featuring a review of current financial aid information. The following information lists loans, scholarships and grants that are available to qualifying students who are interested in teaching. These links take you directly to the web sites where more information is available. There are also web sites and free services listed where a search can be conducted for additional scholarships. Finally, registration information for college entrance exams is listed. South Carolina Tuition Grants Program Federal Stafford Loan ... South Carolina Need-Based Grants Program The South Carolina Need-Based Grants Program is designed to provide additional financial aid assistance to South Carolina's neediest students. To qualify, a student must be "needy" as defined by Title IV Federal Student Aid Programs.
Extractions: Phone: (803) 896-4000 Fax: (803) 896-4001 About our Divisions oversees inspection and enforcement activities for hazardous waste treatment, transportation, and disposal within state and federal guidelines. Hydrogeology provides technical expertise with ground water related issues at solid waste, superfund and hazardous waste sites throughout the state as well as oversees the exploration, drilling, production and regulation of oil and natural gas in S.C. Environmental Indicators oversees compliance, permitting, planning and regulation development for mining and solid waste facilities throughout the state. The Office of Solid Waste Reduction and Recycling which is part of the division, promotes statewide educational programs as well as grants and technical assistance. The Office also oversees MSW Landfill Operator Certification, Full Cost Disclosure, solid waste planning/reporting and financial assurance for solid waste facilities.
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Extractions: Practice Management Lending Library Practice Tips Resources ... Practice Management (PMAP) Pro Bono Program Resources Rules Of Conduct South Carolina Lawyer ... member resources Financial Systems Open firm checking accounts. You should have a client trust account and a separate account for office operating expenses. If you are planning to handle real estate matters, it is a good idea to have one account for that and another for general matters. You may also need an account for payroll, if you have employees. South Carolina requires you to have IOLTA trust account(s). Forms are available online at . If you have any questions about IOLTA not answered at www.scbar.org/barfoundation/BarFoundation_Programs.asp , contact the South Carolina Bar Foundation at (803) 765-0517 for more information. Click here for a list of financial institutions that participate in IOLTA, or visit the Bar Foundation website. Select accounting software that will balance the account and prepare income and expense reports. For more on this, see accounting software links at www.scbar.org/pmap/accounting.asp
Extractions: HOME CONTACT US LOGIN Find a South Carolina Community Health Center Beaufort-Jasper Hampton Comprehensive Health Services Black River Healthcare CareSouth Carolina Carolina Health Centers Community Medicine Foundation Eau Claire Cooperative Family Health Centers Franklin C. Fetter Family Health Center New Horizon Family Health Services Health Care Partners of SC Little River Medical Center Low Country Health Care System Margaret J. Weston Rural Health Services Regenesis Community Health Center Richland Community Health Care Association Sandhills Medical Foundation Sea Island Medical Center St. James-Santee Family Health Center Sumter Family Health Center email@example.com Ext. 206 Ms. Woodard is responsible for managing and directing all administrative and operational functions of the SCPHCA to include: financial, human resource practices, maintenance, and purchasing activities. She serves as a visionary for the Association, planning and researching areas for advancement by staying abreast of current trends and policies pertaining to the Associations growth. Allison R. Poole, Health Policy Analyst
Admissions - Coastal Carolina University Majors are offered in accounting, finance, management, and marketing. Master of Business Administration (through the University of south carolina) http://www.coastal.edu/admissions/pages/business.htm
Extractions: Each program offers 8 PDH credits. Business Analyst Certificate Program . Cohort-based program. Classes meet January 13 June 3, 2006 , at UNC Charlotte Uptown. 156 PDH credits Finance Certificate Program September, 2005 June, 2006. The Finance Certificate Program is designed to provide current information on financial management practices along with the practical tools needed to be an effective manager. Courses in finance, accounting, financial markets and investment management are designed to give participants real-world knowledge and skills that can be applied immediately. Take any of the courses without enrolling in the certificate program. Fundamentals of Engineering Exam Review The purpose of UNC Charlotte's FE Review Program is to help engineers prepare for the N.C. State Board of Registration Fundamentals of Engineering Examination. Classroom lectures are designed to supplement and guide home study. Each session emphasizes step-by-step solutions to problems similar to those on the exam. Therefore, terms, formulas and concepts are explained relative to solving exam problems. Management Certificate Program September, 2005 May, 2006
Extractions: WASHINGTON The International Space Station program (ISS) is in need of radical surgery. Out-of-control costs call for a slowdown in building the orbital outpost. There needs to be a reduction in expensive shuttle hops to the facility to four a year. Keeping the number of ISS occupants to three, in a "core complete" status rather than a permanent 7-person crew is necessary for the next few years. Read the Report The IMCE PDF Those are a few findings of the Independent Management and Cost Evaluation (IMCE) Task Force, a blue-ribbon panel of Nobel Prize winners and military and civilian experts from scientific, high-tech, financial, and managerial circles. The task force took on budget and management challenges that now plague the multi-country, multi-billion dollar ISS project.
Extractions: Return to List of Annual Accountability Reports EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Comptroller General's Office provides for centralized accounting and the reporting of financial data in accordance with the statewide program budget structure mandated by the General Assembly and in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). Criteria used by this office for establishing program priority is based on the primary areas essential to complete our mission and its overall impact on state government. The Comproller General's Office has four divisions to handle the major areas of responsibilities. These divisions, in priority order, are: (1) Central State Audit, (2) Central State Finance, (3) Administration/Local Government, and (4) Data Processing. Central State Audit Division is responsible for ensuring that every dollar appropriated by the General Assembly and spent by South Carolina State Government complies with applicable state laws, rules and regulations. The Central State Audit Division is responsible for auditing and certifying the validity, authenticity, and legality of each disbursement. All obligations incurred in the operation of a state agency and the General Assembly, such as rent, travel expenses, utility bills, and contractual items, must be submitted to the Central State Audit Division for approval prior to payment. This division also processes the payrolls for approximately 55,500 state employees.
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Extractions: CRMs each responsible for $750 million sub-programs Project Sponsor South Carolina DOT Revenue Sources Tolls on selected facilities, TIFIA, State Infrastructure Bank, Bonding Project Delivery / Contract Method Best Qualified Competitive RFP Process. The CRM contracts are lump sum for management functions over five years, with a milestone payment schedule for design and CEI services. Right of way services provided on a per-parcel fee basis. Private Partner Flour Daniel West Region and Parsons Brinckerhoff East Region Project Advisors NA Lenders NA Duration / Status July 1999 for 7 years. Preconstruction activities are complete. Financial Status On time On budget Innovations Related Links / Articles This case study from the FHWA Innovative Finance Website focuses on the role of the South Carolina State Infrastructure Bank (SIB) in financing several components of the 27 in 7 program 27 in 7 Peak Performance booklet describes the Departments aggressive and innovative highway and bridge construction program. Link to file from Jim Van Loben Sels This fact sheet provides project information on the East District CRM effort led by Parsons Brinckerhoff.
Extractions: South Carolina: "27 in 7" Peak Performance South Carolina is the 11th fastest growing state in the country, outpacing the nation overall in terms of major economic indicators. Growth driven by tourism, business services, and international trade has created pressures on the state's transportation infrastructure. With its location at the heart of the southeast, South Carolina's transportation network must serve not only residents, but also tourists and cross-state traffic. Interstate 95, the main transportation corridor along the eastern seaboard, passes through the eastern half of the state, and commercial traffic destined for the nearby cities of Atlanta and Charlotte competes with commuters and tourists for space on the state's roadways. The Port of Charleston has grown with the state's economy, placing increasing demands on Interstate highways and other access routes. Recognizing that the state's economic performance is strongly linked to its transportation network, the South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) in recent years has been faced with the challenge of how to keep pace with its transportation needs. In addition to meeting demands for new roads to serve growing areas of the state, SCDOT maintains the fourth-largest highway system in the United States, which includes 42,000 miles of state highways and 800 miles of Interstates. Traditional highway funding sources on a pay-as-you go basis have been insufficient to finance needed highway improvements. Not only does the state rank low in terms of Federal funds, but only five states have lower gasoline taxes than South Carolina, and six states have lower diesel fuel taxes.
City Of Charleston, SC 2004 Comprehensive Annual financial Report The Citys 2004 Comprehensive Annual financial Welcome to the City of Charleston, south carolina web site. http://www.ci.charleston.sc.us/
Extractions: ANNOUNCEMENTS Smoke Detector Inspection - If you feel your smoke detector is not functioning properly, we will come out and check it for you or replace the battery or the detector. FIRE PREVENTION WEEK - Fire Prevention Week is the week of 10/2 - 10/8. Contact the Fire Department now to schedule your school or fire station visit. Mayor's Youth Commission - Join the 2005-2006 Mayor's Youth Commission to have your voice heard! Open to high school students in Charleston County. Call 965-4190 for more information and to get an application. Mayor's Youth Commission - 2005 MOJA Arts Festival Tickets on sale! This festival, which celebrates African-American and Caribbean Arts and Culture, runs from September 29 - October 9. To purchase tickects visit the Official MOJA Arts Festival Box... Parade Application Deadline - Reminder: the last day applications for this year's holiday parade will be accepted by the City of Charleston Fire Department is November 18, 2004. Come intern with the City! - High School Juniors and Seniors attending the following high schools are invited to submit an application for the YCEP Internship Program: Burke, Clark Academy, James Island Charter, St. John's, and West Ashley. City Council Meeting - The City Council meeting for September 27, 2005 will be held at Prividence Baptist Church, 294 Seven Farms Road, Daniel Island, beginning at 5:00 p.m.
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ICMA Web Site Four local government programs, one state program, and one federal program are winners of 2005 International City/County management Association (ICMA) http://www2.icma.org/main/sc.asp?t=0