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Telework for Executive Agency Employees: A Side-by-Side Comparison of Legislation Pending in the 111th Congress

Telework for Executive Agency Employees: A Side-by-Side Comparison of Legislation Pending in the 111th Congress

Date: June 11, 2008
Creator: Schwemle, Barbara L.
Description: S. 1000, the Telework Enhancement Act of 2007, and H.R. 4106, the Telework Improvements Act of 2008, are currently pending in the 110th Congress. Under the pending legislation and Senate amendments, the heads of executive branch agencies would be required to establish policies under which employees (with some exceptions) could be eligible to participate in telework. This report presents a side-by-side comparison of the provisions of S. 1000, as reported; H.R. 4106, as passed by the House.
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Telework for Executive Agency Employees: A Side-by-Side Comparison of Legislation Pending in the 111th Congress

Telework for Executive Agency Employees: A Side-by-Side Comparison of Legislation Pending in the 111th Congress

Date: October 20, 2008
Creator: Schwemle, Barbara L.
Description: S. 1000, the Telework Enhancement Act of 2007, and H.R. 4106, the Telework Improvements Act of 2008, are currently pending in the 110th Congress. Under the pending legislation and Senate amendments, the heads of executive branch agencies would be required to establish policies under which employees (with some exceptions) could be eligible to participate in telework. This report presents a side-by-side comparison of the provisions of S. 1000, as reported; H.R. 4106, as passed by the House.
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Army Corps of Engineers Civil Works Program: Issues for Congress

Army Corps of Engineers Civil Works Program: Issues for Congress

Date: August 6, 2003
Creator: Carter, Nicole T & Sheikh, Pervaze A
Description: This report presents the issues considered by the 108th Congress related to the civil works program of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps). The Corps plans, constructs, and operates water resources facilities primarily for flood control, navigation, and environmental purposes.
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Army Corps of Engineers Civil Works Program: Issues for Congress

Army Corps of Engineers Civil Works Program: Issues for Congress

Date: September 11, 2003
Creator: Carter, Nicole T & Sheikh, Pervaze A
Description: This report presents the issues considered by the 108th Congress related to the civil works program of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps). The Corps plans, constructs, and operates water resources facilities primarily for flood control, navigation, and environmental purposes.
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Army Corps of Engineers Civil Works Program: Issues for Congress

Army Corps of Engineers Civil Works Program: Issues for Congress

Date: July 3, 2003
Creator: Carter, Nicole T & Sheikh, Pervaze A
Description: This report presents the issues considered by the 108th Congress related to the civil works program of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps). The Corps plans, constructs, and operates water resources facilities primarily for flood control, navigation, and environmental purposes.
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Army Corps of Engineers Civil Works Program: Issues for the 109th Congress

Army Corps of Engineers Civil Works Program: Issues for the 109th Congress

Date: June 9, 2005
Creator: Carter, Nicole T; Hughes, H. Steven & Sheikh, Pervaze A
Description: This report presents the issues considered by the 109th Congress related to the civil works program of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps). The Corps plans, constructs, and operates water resources facilities primarily for flood control, navigation, and environmental purposes.
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Army Corps of Engineers Civil Works Program: Issues for Congress

Army Corps of Engineers Civil Works Program: Issues for Congress

Date: September 3, 2004
Creator: Carter, Nicole T & Sheikh, Pervaze A
Description: This report presents the issues considered by the 108th Congress related to the civil works program of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps). The Corps plans, constructs, and operates water resources facilities primarily for flood control, navigation, and environmental purposes.
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Army Corps of Engineers Civil Works Program: Issues for Congress

Army Corps of Engineers Civil Works Program: Issues for Congress

Date: December 2, 2004
Creator: Carter, Nicole T & Sheikh, Pervaze A
Description: This report presents the issues considered by the 108th Congress related to the civil works program of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps). The Corps plans, constructs, and operates water resources facilities primarily for flood control, navigation, and environmental purposes.
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Army Corps of Engineers Civil Works Program: Issues for Congress

Army Corps of Engineers Civil Works Program: Issues for Congress

Date: May 21, 2003
Creator: Carter, Nicole T & Sheikh, Pervaze A
Description: This report presents the issues considered by the 108th Congress related to the civil works program of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps). The Corps plans, constructs, and operates water resources facilities primarily for flood control, navigation, and environmental purposes.
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Awards of Attorneys' Fees by Federal Courts and Federal Agencies

Awards of Attorneys' Fees by Federal Courts and Federal Agencies

Date: January 24, 2006
Creator: Cohen, Henry
Description: In the United States, the general rule, which derives from common law, is that each side in a legal proceeding pays for its own attorney. There are many exceptions, however, in which federal courts, and occasionally federal agencies, may order the losing party to pay the attorneys’ fees of the prevailing party. The major common law exception authorizes federal courts (not agencies) to order a losing party that acts in bad faith to pay the prevailing party’s fees. This report discusses the Equal Access to Justice Act (EAJA), which makes the United States liable for attorneys’ fees of up to $125 per hour in many court cases and administrative proceedings that it loses (and some that it wins) and fails to prove that its position was substantially justified.
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