CFED

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AcronymDefinition
CFEDCorporation For Enterprise Development
CFEDComputer Forensics and Electronic Discovery (cyber crime)
CFEDCentre de Formation des Enfants Démunis (French: Training Center for Deprived Children; Togo)
CFEDCenter for Economic Development (Washington, DC)
CFEDComptoir France Europe de Distribution (French food distribution company)
CFEDCenter for Free Elections and Democracy
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Massachusetts has the most skilled and educated work force in the nation, according to the 1995 Development Report Card for the States prepared by the Corporation for Enterprise Development for the U.S.
(1991); National Conference of State Legislatures, National Governors' Association, Financing State Government in the 1990s, at 69-71 (1993); Corporation For Enterprise Development, Bidding For Business: Are Cities and States Selling Themselves Short?
3 Corporation for Enterprise Development, Job Creation In The Wake of Plant Closings (Washington, 1985), p.
The longtime non-profit financial services executive cites a study by the advocacy organization Corporation for Enterprise Development that puts 69 percent of Mississippi's zip codes in the bank desert category meaning they either have no bank locations or only a single one.
CFED, a nonprofit founded in 1979 as the Corporation for Enterprise Development, has spent years pushing the spread of individual development accounts (IDAs) for low-income families.
Oregon ranks among the top seven states in three broad economic development indicators, earning a spot on the "honor roll" from the Corporation for Enterprise Development, based in Washington, D.C.
Those differences come through in rankings of economic performance, such as the Development Report Card for the states recently released by the Corporation for Enterprise Development, a Washington D.C.-based think tank.
WHEN THE WASHINGTON-based Corporation for Enterprise Development gave Arkansas less-than-satisfactory grades in its 1999 Development Report Card for the States, it quickly got a tongue-lashing from Barbara Pardue, director of the Arkansas Department of Economic Development.
The Corporation for Enterprise Development (CFED) will assist the Foundation in identifying states and regions in rural America that demonstrate the capability of creating effective Entrepreneurial Development Systems.
9 on that score, according to a study by the Corporation for Enterprise Development, a Washington, D.C.-based research center.
Matt Hull of the Corporation for Enterprise Development (CFED) spoke to the committee about possible changes in the global legal environment that could substantially limit the autonomy and sovereignty of state and local governments in the United States.
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