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In the News (Sat 20 Jul 19)

  CFEG | Events | CFEG Retreat/Workshop
You are invited to a retreat/workshop hosted by the newly-created UWM Center for Functional and Environmental Genomics to be held at the UWM Hefter Conference Center (3271 N. Lake Drive) on October 23, 2004.
The mission of the Center for Functional and Environmental Genomics (CFEG) is to foster a scholarly environment for the intellectual interaction among biologists, chemists, mathematicians, computer scientists and engineers at UWM, The WATER Institute and neighboring universities.
CFEG investigators using genomic and bioinformatic approaches to address integrated biological questions in genetics, environmental science, ecology, evolution, and biotechnology will have the opportunity to interact on a regular basis through frequent meetings, seminars and symposia.
www.glwi.uwm.edu /cfeg/events/2004-0924-retreat.html   (289 words)

  On The Soap Box With Lewis Guignard: Local Acronyms Against Big Bonds   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
What is, for CFEG, pleasantly surprising, is that we are not alone in opposing this bond this year.
CFEG opposes this bond, because it is a continuation of policies that waste taxpayer’s money.
It is not the time to put the county in such a precarious position, especially when the economy is weak and people are unsure of their jobs and incomes.
www.rhinotimes.com /charlotte/archives/100302/soapbox.html   (781 words)

 Guideline III.2
The CFEG provides schools with greater flexibility in the use of resources.
Unspent CFEG funds of a school, together with any surplus from its TFEG and the former Special Recurrent FandE Grant can be accumulated up to five times the provision of its prevailing level of the CFEG.
(ii) Any deficit of the CFEG not covered by the surplus from the General Domain of the OEBG will have to be borne by non-government funds.
www.edb.org.hk /EDNEWHP/resource/edu_doc/coa/ag_coa/G32.htm   (752 words)

 Appendix 15   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
In addition, schools should ensure that the CFEG is able to cover all the expenditures.
(a) To ensure that the CFEG funds are spent properly and effectively, schools should obtain directives from their SMCs regarding the scope, criteria and rules of allocating funds.
Schools should devise their own budget on how to use the CFEG funds and seek the approval of their SMCs of the budget and make the approved budget transparent to parents and teachers.
www.emb.org.hk /EDNEWHP/resource/edu_doc/coa/sec_coa/App15.htm   (551 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
The CFEG directive The CFEG directive is used after the GFEG directive, ie.
The CFEG directive is then used to define the kind of elements that should be created to connect the node points.
CFEG, LPH-ids, elem-type [, pattern/hoe, prop-id, elem-ids, congr-list, delete-list, elem-data] LPH-ids: list of lines, patches or hyperpatches to be meshed.
www.glue.umd.edu /afs/glue.umd.edu/system/info/olh/Engineering/Patran/Analysis_Model/patran_cfeg.txt   (179 words)

 Former city councilman honored by John Locke Foundation
Swanson said CFEG remains one of the most active and influential taxpayer associations and watchdog groups in the Southeast.
CFEG was founded, according to Reid, when a group of concerned citizens believed government spending was too great and that it was not being held accountable for spending practices.
Reid became president of CFEG in 1990, a prelude to his run for City Council.
www.thecharlotteworld.com /fullarticle.asp?ID=302   (1077 words)

 wcr:03/14/2005 -- Letters to the Editor
The Canadian Foundation for Ethical Government (CFEG) is a non-profit organization formed in response, to what seems to be a trend by the Liberal government, to legislate a series of increasingly un-ethical social values.
In their attempt to re-engineer the social and moral values of Canada, they have turned their back on reason and the rights and freedoms of the majority of Canadian citizens.
We at the CFEG currently endorse seven campaigns that need to be brought to the attention of the Canadian people.
www.wcr.ab.ca /columns/letters/2005/letters031405.shtml   (993 words)

 Talk Isn’t Cheap In Debate About School Bonds
Citizens for Effective Government (CFEG) President Lewis Guignard wrote in opposition of the bonds in an Oct. 3 column that appeared in The Rhinoceros Times, but has mounted only a small campaign against the package.
CFEG bought 300 yard signs encouraging people to call the CFEG office to hear a one-minute recorded message on why the bonds are a bad idea this year.
CFEG supports the plan recommended by the Citizens’ Capital Budget Advisory Council (CCBAC) to put a $94 million school bond on the ballot to only build new schools.
www.rhinotimes.com /charlotte/archives/103102/story07.html   (583 words)

 Reason Foundation Commentary: The Florida Model: Competition to Raise Efficiency   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
CFEG works directly with agencies, assisting them with business-case analysis and training them in the new process for undertaking competition.
CFEG has created a new transparent, accountable, results-based process for managing competition initiatives that is largely modeled after Britain's private finance initiative and includes a series of "gates" where projects are reviewed at critical stages throughout the project lifecycle to ensure that goals are met.
Another benefit of a centralized approach is that CFEG can now take an enterprise-wide approach to initiatives.
www.reason.org /commentaries/segal_20050116a.shtml   (807 words)

 Reason Foundation Commentary: State Outsourcing: The Sky Isn't Falling
Among its goals was the creation of a new process to ensure that future initiatives would be conducted in a standardized, transparent, performance-based manner.
While the process is still new and, as with any start-up, will probably have some kinks that need to be worked out, it's nonetheless the most innovative, performance-based, transparent and accountable process out there.
CFEG has pored through past competitive sourcing experiences to learn what works and what doesn't.
www.reason.org /commentaries/segal_20050202.shtml   (760 words)

 Lewis Guignard | NCschoolmatters.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
This year, CFEG, in coordination with some other organizations, is going to run an anti-CMS-bond campaign.
They stonewall information whether it is a request from CFEG, The Charlotte Observer, The Rhino Times or a concerned citizen.
They have yet to put in a proper maintenance program, although after 15 years of pressure from CFEG and finally others, the program they have is acceptable.
ncschoolmatters.com /2005/300   (737 words)

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