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  1. Planning for tomorrow - today: A financial management program for South Dakota agricultural producers 1985-1988 (Economics staff paper series) by Burton Pflueger, 1989
  2. Phase I diagnostic feasibility study final report: Lake Mitchell/Firesteel Creek, Davison County, South Dakota by Eugene H Stueven, 1997
  3. Lake assessment project: Lake Faulkton, Faulk County, South Dakota by Ken Madison, 1996
  4. Loyalton Dam, Edmunds County, SD by Aaron B Larson, 2002

61. State Governments - Forestry, Careers, Jobs, Consultants, Fores
Division of Forestry and Wildlife Responsible for the management of State-owned Conservation programs are primarily supported by the south dakota
State Governments
Your Internet Gateway to Forestry and Forest Products in America Alabama
Alabama Forestry Commission - Established as a state agency in 1924, the mission of the Alabama Forestry Commission is three-fold: to Protect the Forests from all harmful agents; to Service and Help Landowners to carry out responsible forest management on their property, using professional technical assistance so as to benefit themselves, their land and society; and to Educate the General Public about the value of our forests in insuring both a healthy economy and environment. Alabama State Board of Registrations for Foresters Alaska Alaska Division of Forestry The mission of the Division of Forestry is to develop, conserve, and enhance Alaska's forests to provide a sustainable supply of forest resources for Alaskans. Arizona State Land Department - To manage State Trust lands and resources to enhance value and optimize economic return for the Trust beneficiaries, consistent with sound stewardship, conservation, and business management principles supporting socioeconomic goals for citizens here today and generations to come. To manage and provide support for resource conservation programs for the well-being of the public and the State's natural environment. Arkansas Arkansas Forestry Commission In cooperation with the University of Arkansas system, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and Arkansas Landowners, the Arkansas Forestry Commission will protect and develop the forest resources of Arkansas by peventing and suppressing wildfires, monitoring and promoting forest heath, encouraging reforestation and forest resource stewardship and gathering and disseminating forest resource information.

62. CSREES - USDA - News -
The south dakota Prairie Ph.D. program enables students to live in Indian After completing a financial management course at Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa
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Newsroom 2004 Science and Education Impact Tribal Colleges Celebrate Decade of Service
Striving to improve the lives of Native Americans. Native Americans living in tribal communities suffer higher rates of diabetes and unemployment than the general population does. The USDA and the 31 1994 land-grant institutions have worked together for 10 years to promote healthy lifestyle changes, access to education, and community development. Payoff: Diet and diabetes. Many tribal colleges are working to prevent diabetes and other diet-related illnesses through healthful lifestyle education. South Dakota State and Sisseton Wahpeton Community College researchers found that traditional foods are being prepared in a less healthful way, such as sweeter pemmican. Fort Belknap College treated 225 people in Montana to a tasting of fresh garden produce and demonstrated how to grow and cook the vegetables. Oglala Lakota College got 76 people involved in gardening to grow their own fresh food in South Dakota. Nearly 90 percent of the students and their families continued to garden after the project concluded. Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute From garden to fork.

63. Our Towns
Applied management, business administration and related programs accredited south dakota Tech is dedicated to being a leader in 21st century education
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A Wester Dakota Technical Institute truck-driving instructor looks on as a student starts up the school's truck for an on-the-road practice session. What higher education opportunities are available in the area?
The Black Hills has an abundance of higher education opportunities. The following are some of the many institutions that offer courses: Black Hills Beauty College , Rapid City. Enrollment: 60. Professional training in the cosmetology profession, including hair, skin and nails. Courses run about one year (2,100 hours). Phone: 342-0697. Black Hills State University Black Hills State University , Ellsworth branch campus, Ellsworth Air Force Base. Enrollment: 874. Majors in professional accountancy (five-year program), accounting, management, history, human services, political science, sociology and social science. Many general education classes offered. Phone: 923-5893.

64. Government Performance Project '99/Report Card
Report Card south dakota. financial management B+. south dakota has been doing some serious tinkering with its tax structure, but has handled the process
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Report Card: South Dakota FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT: B+ South Dakota has been doing some serious tinkering with its tax structure, but has handled the process responsibly so far. In the past two years, it cut property tax rates by 20 percent, then sought to compensate for the lost revenue with a broadened sales tax. The sales tax didn't bring in as much money as expected, but expenditures were cut to make up the difference. The result is that the budget remains in balance. The state does an excellent job at estimating general fund revenues, an easier task than in most places because of the absence of an income tax, which is vulnerable to economic fluctuations. The state estimates expenditures carefully; when it makes an error, it's usually in assuming that it will spend more than it actually does. The state's rainy day fund is at its cap of 5 percent of general fund appropriations. South Dakota does move a bit slowly in sharing its financial reports; it takes eight months to release year-end statements, two months more than most other states. Meanwhile, the legislature and public get revenue updates only once a year. The state uses cost accounting sporadically, and doesn't formally analyze long-term budgetary trends.

65. EPA: Management Of Scrap Tires - Where You Live
The states in Region 8 have all enacted scrap tire management programs to ensure south dakota provides funding for recycling end uses, including tire
Management of Scrap Tires Recent Additions Contact Us Print Version Search: EPA Home Wastes Municipal Solid Waste Commodities ... Related Links
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Choose your region or state from the map below or scroll down to find information about regional and state scrap tire programs. Also consult EPA's Quick Reference Guide to State Scrap Tire Programs (PDF 262 KB) which summarizes state scrap tire regulations and programs. About PDF files Note : If there is an Exit EPA sign after a state name below, then the link will take you directly to a page related to scrap tires. If there is no Exit EPA sign, then the link will take you to a site with links to state pages pertaining to waste management, solid waste, or municipal solid waste.
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The states of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island have all enacted legislation specific to scrap tires. Although Vermont has no legislation specific to tires, the state is actively working to find innovative uses for scrap tires (including riverbank and slope stabilization, septic systems, and lightweight fill projects) and addresses scrap tire management as part of other environmental legislation. The state of Maine established an aggressive stockpile abatement program in 1996, and since then, have removed over 7 million tires from stockpiles and directed them to beneficial uses.

66. Richard Gregg, Commissioner Of The Department Of The Treasury's Financial Manage
As Commissioner of the financial management Service, Mr. Gregg has the A native of Harrold, south dakota, Mr. Gregg holds a Bachelor s Degree in
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Richard Gregg
Richard L. Gregg was appointed Commissioner of the Financial Management Service, a bureau of the Department of the Treasury, on December 15, 1997. Since 1987, Mr. Gregg had served as Commissioner of the Bureau of the Public Debt. The Financial Management Service provides leadership and direction to federal agencies on a variety of financial management matters. The mission of the Service is to develop and manage federal financial systems to move the government's cash flows efficiently, effectively, and securely. As Commissioner of the Financial Management Service, Mr. Gregg has the responsibility for managing over $2 trillion a year in collections and disbursements of federal revenues. He also oversees government wide program responsibilities for cash management, credit administration, and debt collection. Richard Gregg joined the Department of Treasury in 1970, and has served in a variety of managerial positions. He began his federal civilian service in 1970 with the Financial Management Service. In 1976, Mr. Gregg joined the Bureau of Public Debt and served as the Assistant Commissioner in the Office of Financing. From 1981 through January 1987, he was the Deputy Commissioner of Public Debt. In addition, Mr. Gregg served in the United States Air Force.

67. South Dakota Biodiversity Laws - Biodiversity Center - Defenders Of Wildlife
No requirements for management of state lands for biological diversity were identified However, south dakota environmental regulatory programs including
Defenders Publications The Biodiversity Center Saving Biodiversity: A Status Report on State Laws, Policies, and Programs ... South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont ... Wyoming he state's population density is 9 people per square mile. The overall risk to ecosystems is moderate. Population density has increased 2 percent since 1982. The amount of developed land increased 6 percent between 1982 and 1992. Forty percent of the original wetland acreage in the state has been drained. Forty-seven of the native grassland areas in the state had been lost by 1977. The state has 11 federally listed threatened and endangered species. Biological Diversity Policy Status of Biodiversity Science
South Dakota does not have a coordinated assessment system in place. Instead, the state relies on its Natural Heritage database. In addition to inventorying species and natural communities, the program monitors 224 plant species and 194 animal species. GAP was scheduled to begin in 1995. Endangered Species State Agency Management for Biodiversity State-owned Lands No requirements for management of state lands for biological diversity were identified by the research.

68. Profile: South Dakota
south dakota. The Wetland Restoration Program The Department of Game, FY 2001 budget is $10000 for both programs. Direct financial Payments
SOUTH DAKOTA The Wetland Restoration Program
The Native Warm Season Grass Establishment/Dense Nesting Cover Establishment Programs

The Department of Game, Fish and Parks offers cost share to encourage the preservation of grassland, roosting and escape cover for birds, and cover for ground nesting birds under these programs. Landowners must own a minimum of 10 acres with a maximum of 40 acres, and sign a contract for a three year commitment. Seeded areas under the federal CRP may not enroll. The programs pay 25% of material and planting costs made upon project completion, with a $1,000 per year limit for general habitat practices. Reasonable public access shall be provided when habitat management funds are expended on private lands. FY 2001 budget is $10,000 for both programs.
The Shelterbelt Renovation Program
The New Tree Maintenance Program
Cost Share Assistance for Installation of Habitat Fencing

The Department of Game, Fish and Parks offers cost share to landowners to install habitat fencing, a high quality and normally expensive habitat practice. The landowner must maintain the fence for 20 years minimum. Reasonable public hunting must be provided when habitat management funds are expended on private lands. The program pays for 50% cost share of materials, with a maximum of $1,000 in any calendar year. For FY 2001, the budget was $10,000.

69. Office Of Justice Programs Financial Guide 2005 - Part III Chapter 19
that the organization is managing Federal financial assistance programs in Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North dakota, south dakota, Utah, Wyoming
Back to OJP Financial Guide page Adobe PDF Version Part III: Post Award Requirements Chapter 19: Audit Requirements HIGHLIGHTS OF CHAPTER:
  • Audit Objectives Audit Reporting Requirements Failure to Comply Audit Threshold Audit Confirmation Requests Due Dates for Audit Reports Audit Compliance Resolution of Audit Reports Top Ten Audit Findings Audits of Subrecipients Technical Assistance Full-Scope Auditing Commercial (For-Profit) Organizations Distribution of Audit Reports OIG Regional Offices
This chapter establishes responsibilities for the audit of organizations receiving agency funds. The intent of this chapter is to identify the policies for determining the proper and effective use of public funds rather than to prescribe detailed procedures for the conduct of an audit. AUDIT OBJECTIVES Awards are subject to conditions of fiscal, program, and general administration to which the recipient expressly agrees. Accordingly, the audit objective is to review the recipient's administration of funds and required non-Federal contributions for the purpose of determining whether the recipient has:
  • Established an accounting system integrated with adequate internal fiscal and management controls to provide full accountability for revenues, expenditures, assets, and liabilities. This system should provide reasonable assurance that the organization is managing Federal financial assistance programs in compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
  • 70. SD OVC State Wide Assistance Report
    VICTIMS OF CRIME ACT VICTIM ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM 2002 south dakota STATE of nonprofit board members, financial management, confidentiality issues,
    Back to SOUTH DAKOTA VICTIMS OF CRIME ACT VICTIM ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM 2002 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE WIDE ASSISTANCE REPORT Prepared By: South Dakota Department of Social Services 700 Governors Drive Pierre, SD 57501-2291 tel: (605)773-3656 STATE FUNDING INFORMATION A. THE ANNUAL AMOUNT ALLOCATED TO THE VICTIM ASSISTANCE PROJECTS: 1. Appropriations $ 250,000 2. Criminal Fines and Penalities $ 3. Assessments $ 241,724 4. Other $ 4,082,274 TOTAL:$ 4,573,998 B. TOTAL NUMBER OF AGENCIES FUNDED FROM THE FEDERAL GRANT: 1 C. NUMBER OF SUBGRANTS FUNDED FROM THIS FEDERAL GRANT: 39 VICTIM STATISTICS A. THE NUMBER OF VICTIMS SERVED BY TYPE OF VICTIMIZATION: NO. OF NO. OF VICTIMS SERVED VICTIMS SERVED 602 1. Child Physical Abuse 56 7. Adults Molested as Children 882 2. Child Sexual Abuse 6 8. Survivors of Homicide Victims 64 3. DUI/DWI Crashes 31 9. Robbery 9,331 4. Domestic Violence 474 10. Assualt 400 5. Adult Sexual Assault 2,609 11. Other 37 6. Elder Abuse TOTAL: 14,492

    71. EERE State Activities And Partnerships: South Dakota
    Source Federal Energy management Program financial Incentives for State Consumers. south dakota Incentives for Renewable Energy
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    July 18, 2005 DOE Awards $26.5 Million to 38 States for Energy Efficiency July 5, 2005 More News EERE provides funding to the State of South Dakota for its energy programs. These grants depend on yearly appropriations by Congress and are distributed according to a formula.
    Weatherization Program
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    Printable Version Here you will find news about advances in renewable energy and energy efficiency in South Dakota and links to Web sites published by DOE's Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) that have specific information for South Dakota.
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    March 1, 2005
    South Dakota Passes Law to Expedite Wind Farm Siting
    Governor Mike Rounds signed a bill to speed the development of large wind farms in South Dakota. More More News
    Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy in South Dakota
    The following are links to EERE Web sites that have South Dakota-specific pages.
    Energy Efficiency and Conservation
    South Dakota Building Energy Codes Source: Building Energy Codes State Energy Management Programs Source: Federal Energy Management Program Weatherization and Low-Income Energy Programs Source: Weatherization Assistance Program
    Renewable Energy
    South Dakota Bioenergy Resources Source: State Energy Alternatives South Dakota Hydropower Resources Report Source: INEEL Hydropower Program South Dakota Wind Activities Source:

    72. South Dakota OEM - Hazardous Materials Program
    SD Office of Emergency management logo, south dakota Office of (HMEP) grant program is intended to provide financial and technical assistance as well as

    73. HHS Program Support Center
    financial management. Division of Cost Allocation. Statewide Cost Allocation Plans. south dakota. 2005 Rate Agreement 2005 Schedule A

    74. The Light Of Reason » Blog Archive » THE WAITING GAME
    Here is a list of the government programs in south dakota—and I set it forth in full so you Estate Recovery Program Executive management Finance Office

    75. SSBG Program Contacts
    financial management Analyst. The Commonwealth of Massachusetts south DAKOTARegion VIII. Richard Pibal. Grants Officer. Department of Social Services
    Questions? Privacy Site Index Contact Us ... Return to OCS Home SSBG PROGRAM CONTACTS AL AK AZ AR ... WY ALABAMA Region IV Beth Dykes Alabama Department of Human Resources P.O. Box 304000 S. Gordon Persons Building 50 Ripley Street Montgomery, AL Phone: Fax: Email:
    ALASKA Region X Victoria Sullivan Division of Family and Youth Services Department of Health and Social Services P.O. Box 110630 Juneau, AK Phone: Fax: 907-465-2091 Email:
    Ms. Lupe Sunia
    Assistant Director
    Social Services Division -DHSS
    P.O. Box 997534
    Pago Pago, American Samoa 96799
    Telephone: (684) 633-2696
    Fax: (684) 633-7449
    Email: ARIZONA Region IX John Hoag SSBG Community Planning Coordinator Arizona Department of Economic Security 1789 West Jefferson DES Site Code 837A Phoenix, AZ Phone: Fax: Email: ARKANSAS Region VI Mark Hauser Department of Human Services P.O. Box 1347 Donaghey Building, Suite 329 7th and Maine Street Little Rock, AR Phone: Fax: Email: CALIFORNIA Region IX Sue Tognet Budget Analyst California Department of Social Services Budget Bureau 744 P Street Mail Station 8-600 Sacramento, CA

    76. CBA: Academics » Finance » Center For Insurance And Risk Management Studies
    (southwest Minnesota State), MS 1975 (south dakota State University), Recent Publications Journal of Finance, Journal of financial management,
    CBA Web UNL Web UNL People Worldwide About the College Academics Technology Choose Quick Link UNL Admissions Blackboard WAM (What About Me) Class Schedule Lotus Notes UNL Website JD Edwards H.P. UNL Libraries Undergraduate Bulletin Graduate Bulletin Transfer Guide Current Students Prospective Students Finance Links CBA Home ... Finance
    Center for Insurance and Risk Management Studies
    History Mission Members Research Abstracts
    The Center for Insurance and Risk Management Studies at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is concerned with public policy affecting the insurance industry and, more generally, risk management in society. Funding for the creation of the Center was provided by a grant from the George B. Cook Ameritas Financial Services Program in Life Insurance. The funding is in memory of the late George B. Cook, chief executive officer of Ameritas. The Center exists, in part because the College of Business recognizes the importance of the insurance industry to the State. Back to Top
    The Center encourages research and discussions that enhance understanding in the classroom, in government and in industry. Policy discussions concerning health, liability and life insurance will be a major part of the Center. Another important part of the Center's mission is to examine various financial problems effecting both private and public insurance. Although a major focus of the Center is on public policy issues affecting society, the Center has expertise useful to those involved in the practice of insurance, finance and risk management. Members of the College of Business Administration, particularly faculty from the Department of Finance and programs in Actuarial Science and Insurance, contribute to the Center's mission. University scholars and experts from business and government contribute to policy debates of concern to the industry and society.

    77. National Extension Risk Management Education Conference
    Price Risk management in Extension Beef Carcass Evaluation programs The Georgia Beef Challenge Experience Stacy Hadrick, south dakota State University
    2005 National Extension
    Risk Management Education Conference The Conference Agenda Poster Sessions Title Presenter Presentation How Does RightRisk Enhance the Effectiveness of Teaching Other Farm Management Educational Programs? Rod Sharp , Colorado State University Cooperative Extension
    John Deering, CSU Cooperative Extension Not Available RightRisk Development and Use in Risk Management Education Jay Parsons , Colorado State University
    Not Available RightRisk: The Genesis Jeffrey Tranel , Colorado State University Cooperative Extension
    Rod Sharp, CSU Cooperative Extension RightRisk A Panel Discussion (Powerpoint) What is the Right Risk for You and Your Business?
    Ag Biz- 11 Years of Success Dennis Kauppila , Univ of Vermont Extension
    Ag Biz 11 Year of Successll (Powerpoint)

    Mid-Shore Farm Financial Management Workshop Shannon Potter , Maryland Cooperative Extension, Talbot County
    Mid-Shore Farm Financial Management Workshop (Powerpoint)

    Using Quicken to Report Farm Records to Individual Landowners in Illinois Kevin Brooks , University of Illinois Extension
    Ruth Hambleton Extension Educator University of Illinois Extension Web Site Reporting Financial Records to Landowners in Illinois Using Quicken (Paper) Quicken Education for Illinois Farmers (Powerpoint) Keeping Your Net Wet: TAA Technical Assistance Program for Alaska Salmon Harvesters

    78. NDSU: ADFHM: Facility Management
    The facility management program is truly interdisciplinary with course work Minnesota, south dakota and North dakota. financial Aid And Scholarships
    Nicole Amiot, '98
    Target, Minneapolis

    "My education in facility management at NDSU was great. We did a lot of team projects where you work with other people. That's basically what it is like in the real world. Now that I have my first job. I'm working with a lot of different people and different projects, so that helped me learn I need to deal with people who may have a different or the same viewpoint as myself."
    Safety and Ergonomics
    Disaster Planning
    Project Management
    and Maintenance
    Financial Management Facility Planning Facility Management A facility manager is a management generalist who manages teams of specialists within a company. Facility managers learn about business, interior and architectural design, computers, law, accounting, engineering, and much about the quality of life aspects in the work environment. The facility manager needs to make sure that each specialist on the facility support team is doing his/her job correctly. Background Information A facility manager may work for any type of organization from hospitals and hotels to financial institutions or computer companies. Even the federal government has civilian and military facility managers in their employ. Responsibilities of a facility manager are to plan, provide, and manage the most efficient, humane, and productive work environment possible. The facility manager is an important link in the integration of telecommunication, information management systems, maintenance, security, and general administrative services. Facility managers are responsible for the total facility work environment from the chairs employees sit in to the air they breathe!

    79. An Inter-Institutional Masters Program In Family Financial Management
    south dakota State University (SDSU) has as its major initiative to Texas Techs Family financial Planning program is known for the quality of its
    Proposal 3.47 (10385)
    Project Summary:
    Title of Project: AN INTER-INSTITUTIONAL MASTERS PROGRAM in FAMILY FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Project Director: Joan Laughlin Applicant Organization: University of Nebraska Summary:
    Congressional District Number: (NE) 1 Period of Proposed Project Dates: 06/01/1999 to 06/30/2000
    Principal Investigator/Project Director #1:
    • Joan M. Laughlin, University of Nebraska
    • Tahira K. Hira, Iowa State University
    • Virginia M. Moxley, Kansas State University
    • Gregory F. Sanders, North Dakota State University
    • Bernadine Enevoldsen, South Dakota State University
    • Stephen R. Jorgensen, Texas Tech University
    Description of the Agricultural Communication Network Project:
      1. Project Objectives:
      • Make optimal use of available resources for agricultural extension, resident education, and research by sharing resources between participating institutions.
      • Train students for careers in agriculture, natural resource management, environmental science, human sciences and the food industries.
        Explain how the project relates to the Program Objective(s) and how the Project will contribute to achieving these.

    80. South Dakota - 2000 OES State Occupational Employment And Wage Estimates
    SOC Major Groups in south dakota. management Occupations; Business and financial Operations Occupations; Computer and Mathematical Occupations
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    2000 State Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates
    South Dakota
    These occupational employment and wage estimates are calculated with data collected from employers in all industry divisions in metropolitan and non-metropolitan areas in South Dakota. Links to OES estimates for other areas and States SOC Major Groups in South Dakota: Click on the SOC code number to view that occupation's definition and national estimates. Management Occupations top Wage Estimates SOC Code Number Occupation Title Employment Median Hourly Mean Hourly Mean Annual Mean RSE Management Occupations Chief Executives General and Operations Managers Legislators Advertising and Promotions Managers Marketing Managers Sales Managers Public Relations Managers Administrative Services Managers Computer and Information Systems Managers Financial Managers Human Resources Managers Industrial Production Managers Purchasing Managers Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Managers

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