ONDCP

AcronymDefinition
ONDCPOffice of National Drug Control Policy
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The ONDCP plays a critical role in directing the Trump Administration's response to the opioid epidemic, which continues to wreak havoc in communities across the United Sates.
After being contacted by The Post about Weyeneth's qualifications, and about inconsistencies on his resumes, an administration official said Weyeneth will return to the position he initially held in the agency, as a White House liaison for ONDCP, a job that
The ONDCP, which also has a budget in the (https://www.
Botticelli was the first ONDCP director with a public story of personal recovery.
The Financial Services Regulatory Commission (FSRC) regulates internet gaming companies, and the ONDCP maintains records of payouts over $25,000 (also reported to the FSRC).
ONDCP wants to address these drug-related incarcerations by supporting evidence-based alternatives to incarceration, arrest and prosecution, and by encouraging the development of new strategies that can reduce the risk to public safety while meeting the needs of justice-involved individuals.
Twenty-five years ago, in its first official policy paper, the newly created ONDCP described America's appetite for drugs as "a crisis of national character.
Survey shows significant drop in cocaine production in Colombia", ONDCP press release, July 30, 2012.
Under the proposal released the day before Gray made his comments, ONDCP called for training and education of health care professionals; funding and interoperability for state Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs; the establishment of accessible and cost-effective prescription drug take-back and disposal programs; and coordinated federal, state and local law enforcement efforts.
Moreover, officials responsible for oversight of DOD's activities stated they use the system to develop reports for ONDCP, but not to allocate resources.
Gil Kerlikowske, director of the ONDCP, noted in a preface to the strategy document that drugged driving is now more common than alcohol-impaired driving.
Gil Kerlikowske, ONDCP director, noted in a preface to the document that drugged driving is now at higher levels than alcohol-impaired driving.