The ability to break existing contracts is beyond NIFA
's control period powers; although upon declaration of a fiscal crisis NIFA
has the ability to impose a wage freeze if it determines that such freeze is necessary to maintain a balanced budget.
Until now, the debate surrounding the NIFA
has, for the most part, remained focused on the efficacy of its new institutional embellishments, especially their ability to limit systemic instability by harmonizing international policy proscriptions with national forms of governance.
Fitch expects that NIFA
will continue as planned and extend the wage freeze set to expire in late March.
provides support to historically black colleges and universities that were designated as land-grant universities (LGUs) in the Second Morrill Act in 1890.
would address many of these issues through increased research funding.
approved the budget and the county's 2013 - 2016 multi-year financial plan on Nov.
14, 2012, press release (Fitch to Upgrade S-T Rtg to 'F1+' on NIFA
(NY) Sales Tax VRBs, Ser 2008D-1), is effective today (Nov.
awards grants to organizations throughout the United States that implement programs to train beginning farmers and ranchers, which may take place through workshops, educational teams, training, or technical assistance.
During his tenure at NIFA
, he presided over the establishment of the Agriculture and Food Research Initiative, the federal government's primary agriculture-focused investigator-initiated grants program.
6 billion of NIFA
sales tax secured revenue bonds at 'AAA'
One of those challenges is finding ways to feed the growing population while minimally impacting the environment," said Sonny Ramaswamy, NIFA
It is essential to promote partnerships between researchers, extension experts, and producers to ensure the success of American agriculture," said Sonny Ramaswamy, NIFA