ONDCP

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ONDCPOffice of National Drug Control Policy
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The ONDCP is a component of the Executive Office of the President, and was responsible for conducting the "National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign."
These components are described in a previous paper, "A Systems Approach to Performance-Based Management: The National Drug Control Strategy," where the authors identify within a systems framework, certain tensions between policy rationality and political reality that surfaced as ONDCP embarked on a multiyear program of performance management.
In order to free those funds, VA must submit a financial plan to ONDCP for approval as soon as Congress enacts VA's FY2003 appropriation.
I don't know how decisions were made between ONDCP and the Partnership.
Yet the ONDCP seems to be oblivious to the fact that it isn't users of drugs who are supporting terrorism but the ONDCP's own prohibition policies.
The partnership combines ONDCP's five-year, $1 billion campaign and its array of school-based drug-prevention programs and the NEA's promotion of school health and safety, which uses print, satellite broadcasts and the Internet to deliver anti-drug messages.
"In the midst of a public health crisis [Trump] is putting at the helm of the ONDCP someone who has worked for the opioid lobby against efforts to bring the epidemic under control."
ONDCP advises the president and coordinates drug-control activities and funding across the government and has historically been run by people with military, police or political backgrounds.
Office of National Drug Control and Money Laundering Policy (ONDCP) has a three prong approach to combat narcotics trafficking, money laundering, and the financing of terrorism via the reporting of financial intelligence and investigation, AML/CFT compliance, and counter-narcotics operations.
Sabet, senior adviser at the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP), and Tim McClure Jr., an investigator with the Ford County Sheriff's Office in Kansas.