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Government Bond

Any bond issued by an agency of the United States government. Government bonds are backed by the full faith and credit of the government and are considered risk-free. Most are negotiable, with prominent examples being Treasury securities or Ginnie Mae bonds. U.S. savings bonds, however, are not negotiable.

government

the primary decision-making body in a nation state responsible for national defence, maintaining law and order, etc. Government's economic role in the state depends upon the socio-political system the country has adopted, the two extremes being a CENTRALLY PLANNED ECONOMY and a PRIVATE ENTERPRISE ECONOMY. In the former case, governments play an all-embracing role, often owning most economic resources and determining what products to produce. In the latter case, where resources are held privately and markets are the main mechanism for allocating resources, governments play a more restricted role, merely influencing the general level of economic activity through DEMAND MANAGEMENT policies and redistribution of income and wealth. See MIXED ECONOMY, GOVERNMENT ( PUBLIC) EXPENDITURE.
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Saifullo Safarov, First Deputy Director of the Strategic Studies Center at the President of Tajikistan, said that the governmental delegation of Tajikistan includes First Deputy Foreign Minister Nizomiddin Zohidi, Director of the Information, Press, Analysis and Planning Department Director Vafo Niyatbekzoda, Deputy Director of the Islamic Studies Center Rustam Azizi, professor of Islamic University Aburahim Karimov, former member of the Islamic Renaissance Party Mavlavi Ayomiddin and others.
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In the uncommon instances where we have seen governmental plan audits, it is usually with respect to the largest retirement plans of states, where either state law or the relevant state office-e.g., comptroller, treasury, etc.-may require that all such plans be subject to an audit.
At the end of his statement, the Minister of Civil Service thanked all public organizations for their cooperation and the efforts they made to develop governmental performance and facilitate procedures.
In the past, there have been questions regarding the definition of inherently governmental functions, such as how inherently government functions are identified.
An American governmental unit's most valuable characteristic is that it can be trusted.
Muscat: The Ministry of Civil Service, working in coordination with the governmental and private agencies, has accorded top priority to develop the Sultanate's human resources.
| (With photos) DUBAI, Feb 12 (KUNA) -- The Government Summit, the first of its kind in the Arab region, concluded here on Tuesday by issuing a series of significant reports and studies bearing on governmental services.
He addresses two main questions, whether the doctrine of personality, heretofore only understood to apply to nation-states and international governmental organizations, is sufficient for theorizing the normative legal position of non-state actors in general and INGOs in particular and whether the evolution of relative personality acquired by international governmental organizations is theoretically or practically relevant in the case of INGOs.

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