Economic Development Administration (EDA)

Economic Development Administration (EDA)

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During its 46-year history, the EDA has evolved from a cluster of programs targeted primarily to rural communities experiencing long-term economic depression to an agency that also assists urban areas and addresses issues confronting communities experience sudden economic dislocation. Contents of this report: (1) Precursors to the EDA; (2) Public Works and Econ. Develop. Act (PWEDA) of 1965: PWEDA Amend. of the 1970s; Title VII, EDA and Disaster Recovery; Title IX, Special Econ. Develop. and Adjust. Assist.; Title X and Other EDA Anti-recession Legislation; PWEDA Amend. of 1976; Redrafting EDAAis Authority: PWEDA Amend. of 1998; Refining the 1998 Amend.; EDA Reauth. Act of 2004. This is a print on demand report.A Review of Elements of Its Statutory History Eugene Boyd ... local governments for public service jobs intended to help the state and local governments maintain basic services. President Ford, in his veto of the original bill (S. 3201), stated in his veto message that the bill was inflationary and that the measure would reduce ... Supplemental funds were to be used for job intensive activities that were consistent with a jurisdictiona#39;s community development plan.31 PWEDA Amendments ofanbsp;...

Title:Economic Development Administration (EDA)
Author: Eugene Boyd
Publisher:DIANE Publishing - 2011

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