Shipper's Export Declaration

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Shipper's Export Declaration (SED)

Document required by the U.S. Department of Commerce for exports of certain controlled items, and/or shipments to certain countries, and/or shipments anywhere that exceed certain dollar amounts. This document is used to monitor shipments of controlled goods.

Shipper's Export Declaration

A form that an exporter or a shipping company must file with the U.S. Department of Commerce if the value of the commodity one is exporting exceeds a certain value. In 2000, this value was $2,500. The form is administered by the U.S. Census Bureau. See also: International trade.
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i], help control for time-invariant differences across states that could be correlated with the ELE variable, such as inherent differences between ELE-states and non-ELE states, for example, potential differences in reporting accuracy of the SEDS data.
This research benefited from the helpful insights of Lisa Dubay, Douglas Wissoker, Timothy Waidmann, Rick Kronick, Ben Sommers, Sheila Hoag, and Christopher Trenholm; assistance from Stan Dorn, Sean Orzol, and Maggie Colby in understanding the specifics of the Express Lane Eligibility Policies that were implemented in each state; assistance from Matthew Hodges at Mathematica and Jeffrey Silverman at CMS who helped with the cleaning of the SEDS data; and Jenny Haley and Christine Coyer for verifying state information for other policy variables.
Table 2: Results from Main Multivariate Regression Models: Estimated Effects on Medicaid/CHIP and Medicaid Enrollment among Children, 2007 -2011 Quarterly SEDS Data Dependent Variable (Log Transformed) Total Medicaid/CHIP Medicaid Enrollment Enrollment Only Express lane eligibility 0.
8221; Many companies and organizations affiliated with SEDS, including Google Lunar X PRIZE and XCOR, will also be present as exhibitors.
A nonprofit organization run entirely by college students at 40 university chapters nationwide, SEDS strives to create projects to educate K-12 students about the wonders of space in addition to the traditional fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
Founded in 1980 by prolific entrepreneurs Peter Diamandis, Bob Richards, and Todd Hawley, SEDS has grown to over 10,000 members worldwide with alumni permeating the public and private space industry.
SEDS is currently seeking sponsors for this competition: please contact the competition coordinator for additional details.
Neil Armstrong has not only given us this challenge and inspired us to reach beyond the stars,” SEDS Executive Board Vice Chair Sara Meschberger said, “but he through his life and passion he has given us hope to achieve 'impossible' dreams for generations to come.