Government Depository

Government Depository

In the United States, one of many libraries at which copies of federal documents are kept and are available for public use. Government depositories may be useful for one researching laws and regulations dealing with finance, investment and other issues.
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DSWD shall also provide beneficiaries with direct and secured access to cash grants through any number of Authorized Government Depository Banks (ADGBs).
The seized forest products were brought to a government depository for safekeeping.
The proceeds of this actually go to the BSP as national government depository," he said.
Councilor Danilo Dayanghirang, chair on committee on finance, ways and means, said tapping the OFB as the city government depository bank as it is promoting entrepreneurial and economic opportunities.
Further, the DSWD will provide beneficiaries with direct and secured access to cash grants through authorized government depository banks (AGDB).
Aldrich (1996) submitted that government depository libraries should be known as "federal information access centers" with the term "librarian" replaced with "government information specialists" (390).
An authorized government depository, Veterans Bank caters to both corporate and retail financial markets.
It was decided to deposit the cash in the government depository as returning the money would have been improper because of the sensitivities involved.
It also explains how to find the locations of government depository
The report, which is available in government depository libraries across the country, states that at the hearings pertaining to the bill, "representatives of the American Legion, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the Disabled American Veterans, and the American Veterans Committee appeared and urged favorable consideration of the proposed legislation." Veterans groups' support of the bill in the committee hearings sheds light on another part of the process for this bill: that it was "reported by Mr.
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