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  1. Mental health and financial management;: Some dilemmas of program budgeting (Michigan. State University of Agriculture and Applied Science, East Lansing] Dept. of Political Science.Research report) by Stanley T Gabis, 1960
  2. Annual report - Joint Financial Management Improvement Program by United States. Joint Financial Management Improvement Program., 2010-02-11
  3. Progress report under the joint program to improve accounting in the Federal Government (varies slightly) by United States. Joint Financial Management Improvement Program, 2010-05-10
  4. Annual report - Joint Financial Management Improvement Program by United States. Joint Financial Management Improvement Program., 2008-10-10
  5. Local government financial management capacity sharing program by National Conference on the Financial Management Needs of Local Government, 1978-01-01
  6. Annual report - Joint Financial Management Improvement Program by United States. Joint Financial Management Improvement Program., 2010-04-09
  7. Implementing a productivity program : points to consider by United States. Joint Financial Management Improvement Program, 1977-01-01
  8. Money management study by United States. Joint Financial Management Improvement Program, 1976-01-01
  9. JFMIP assistance to agencies by United States. Joint Financial Management Improvement Program., 1974-01-01
  10. Evaluation of alternatives in financing capital outlay programs: 19th annual conference, Hospital Financial Management Association, Ann Arbor, Michigan October 19, 1972 by Fred F Harrison, 1972
  11. Recommendations for improved management of the Federal student aid programs: A report to the Secretary by the Student Financial Assistance Study Group by U.S. Student Financial Assistance Study Group, 1977-01-01
  12. Improving the financial management and audit of federal assistance programs the "single audit" concept: Hearings before a subcommittee of the Committee ... Operations, House of Representat... by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Operations. Intergovernmental Relations and Human Resources Subcommittee, 1982-01-01
  13. Using FTE and RVU performance measures to assess financial viability of academic nurse-managed centers.: An article from: Nursing Economics by Susan Vonderheid, Joanne Pohl, et all 2004-05-01

1. Eastern Michigan University Extended Programs-NICE
financial RecordsGetting Organized A mini-lesson for secondary school teachers adult and community educators students and consumers Mini-Lessons-. financial management financial Records-Getting concerning your household financial affairs and keep Consumer Education, Eastern michigan University. Any person
NICE Mini-Lessons-
Financial Management:
Financial Records-Getting Organized
A mini-lesson for:
secondary school teachers
adult and community educators
students and consumers
This mini-lesson includes learning objectives, background information, discussion questions, activities, checklists and sources of additional information.
OBJECTIVES Learners will:
  • discuss advantages of recordkeeping
  • establish a system for maintaining financial records
Keep the Record Straight Do you belong to the accumulate and procrastinate school of personal financial recordkeeping? This mini-lesson will help you bring order out of chaos, to keep what you need and toss the rest. Setting up a recordkeeping system includes four steps:
  • Gather and organize financial information.
  • 2. OIT: Michigan Financial Assistance Programs For Manufacturers
    Its primary market is western michigan. Financing ranges from $50,000 to $150,000. Itprovides financial and management assistance to businesses located
    Financial Assistance Programs for Manufacturers
    Tax-Free Renaissance Zones
    Michigan's Tax-Free Renaissance Zones are 11 regions in the State designated virtually tax free for any business or resident presently in or moving to a zone. Each Renaissance Zone can be comprised of up to six smaller zones (sub zones) which are located throughout the community to give businesses more options on where to locate. Renaissance Zones waive the following local and State taxes:
    • Michigan Single Business Tax Michigan's 6-mill State Education Tax Local Income Tax Michigan Personal Income Tax Local Personal and Real Property Tax Utility Users Tax
    These taxes represent nearly all State and local taxation on a Michigan business. A business would only pay unemployment insurance, social security taxes, workers' compensation, and sewer and water fees, all of which are either Federal taxes or fees for service. Businesses would also pay property taxes which result from local bonded indebtedness or special assessments so as not to jeopardize the community's current bonds. Businesses would also pay Michigan's 6% sales tax. Michigan does not allow local sales taxes. Current Renaissance Zones are: Benton Harbor/St. Joseph/Benton

    3. CSREES - Farm Financial/Risk Management Programs
    STATE EXTENSION FARM financial/RISK management programs. Respond to Request for analysis of management techniques. michigan A satellite conference on the farm financial situation

    Funding Opportunities
    State Partners Program Information Legislation/Budget ... Related Links STATE EXTENSION FARM FINANCIAL/RISK MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS Respond to Request for Report on Activities
    October 9-16, 1998 SELECT STATE BELOW

    CA CO DE ... WI Alaska: Alaska Cooperative Extension is working with the Agricultural Community in Alaska conducting the Annual Agricultural Symposium and annual Potato and Vegetable Growers conferences. The Regional Service Office of the Risk Management Agency in Spokane, WA and Washington State University will be providing introductory sessions on risk management at these conferences. In Alaska, natural resource based activities including fishing, timber harvest and aquaculture are important and reindeer management is the largest animal production system. These latter groups will be targeted for risk management education with district staff involved to ensure that individual operators are better versed on the topic. California: A series of conferences and seminars on financial, risk and labor management are being held throughout the coming months. Seminar sessions will cover markets, production and finance, labor supply and management, environmental regulations and water issues, and family finance and estate planning. Panelists are being used to provide interactions with attendees.

    4. Eastern Michigan University Extended Programs-NICE
    NICE MiniLessons- financial management. 10 Questions To Ask When Choosing a financialPlanner. NICE G12 Boone Hall Eastern michigan University Ypsilanti, MI
    NICE Mini-Lessons-
    Financial Management

    G12 Boone Hall
    Eastern Michigan University
    Ypsilanti, MI 48197
    Fax: 734.487.7153
    E-mail: Last updated on April 20, 2001

    5. OIT: Michigan Technical Assistance Programs For Manufacturers
    financial solutions;. Quality management;. Energy and environmental services;. Performancebenchmarking;. michigan Manufacturing Technology Center (MMTC).
    Technical Assistance Programs for Manufacturers
    Industrial Technology Institute (ITI)
    ITI is a multi-disciplinary organization with broad knowledge in applying new manufacturing technology and business practices, and has particular expertise in several areas:
    • Supply chain optimization; Business process re-engineering; Electronic commerce; Financial solutions; Quality management; Energy and environmental services; Performance benchmarking; Inspection and process control.
    For more information, contact:
    Colleen Durocher
    Industrial Technology Institute
    Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center (MMTC)
    For more information, contact:
    Bonnie Burcaw
    Phone: Or, contact the Industrial Technology Institute
    Performance Benchmarking Service
    The Performance Benchmarking Service benchmarks manufacturing plants. A company completes one of the Service's 10 user-friendly questionnaires and receives a customized report comparing it to similar plants on: sales growth, productivity, schedule integrity, delivery, scrap and rejects, computer use, and more than 30 other measures. The Service queries its database of 2,000 plants and custom-selects a set of 25 or more that fit the client's industry-price-volume-activity profile. Customized benchmarking reports can be generated for any manufacturing plant. Most of the 3,400 reports that the Service has produced since its launch in 1992 have been commissioned on behalf of manufacturing companies by field agents of the 78 outreach centers affiliated with the National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST). The 30 Industrial Resource Assistance Program (IRAP) centers of Canada's National Research Council also regularly commission reports on behalf of their clients and prospects. However, several hundred companies a year also order reports directly.

    6. Value Creation Through Strategic Financial Management
    model developed by University of michigan Business School involved in investmentand financial decisions and for general management executives whose

    7. UMBS Executive Education - Certificate Programs
    Since 1997, the University of michigan Business School and the in addition to issuesrelated to financial management. in Finance and Treasury management may be
    The UMBS commitment to educational excellence is reflected in our certificate programs, which have been designed to meet the needs of organizations throughout the world.
    Why Pursue an Executive Education Certificate?
    Many managers and executives have degrees in areas other than business, and would like to formalize their management education as they attain positions with greater managerial responsibilities. For them, our Certificate Programs offer flexible yet systematic approaches to attaining usable knowledge in the cross-functional areas
    of management.
    Our Certificate Programs also give managers an opportunity to have their continuing education initiatives formally recognized by their companies, and help them secure both the knowledge and the recognition necessary to advance in their careers.
    From an organizational perspective, Certificate Programs offer top management a concrete method for benchmarking the professional development and progress of high-potential staff members.
    Since 1997, the University of Michigan Business School and the Association for Financial Professionals have collaborated to offer the Certificate in Finance and Treasury Management. This certificate program, originally designed to focus exclusively on current and future practices in the treasury field, has recently been broadened to include topics all senior financial managers should understand such as leadership, strategy, and marketing in addition to issues related to financial management.

    8. MSU Extension Children, Youth And Family Programs
    Youth and Family programs. michigan State University Achieving family financial goals. Providing nutritious, healthy, skills, parenting, anger management, child care and healthy
    CONTACT US: MSU Extension County
    MSU Extension CYF

    Campus-Based Staff
    Search MSU Extension Children, Youth and Family Programs
    Michigan State University
    108 Agriculture Hall
    East Lansing, MI
    USA Phone: 517-355-0265
    Fax: 517-355-6473
    Email: Michigan State University MSU Extension FACT ... MSU Institute for Children, Youth and Families Please direct questions about this site to
    Last updated:
    January 23, 2003 Indicia Supporting the positive growth and development of people across the life cycle. Please select a choice Age-Appropriate Education Better Kid Care in Michigan Breastfeeding Initiative Character Education Childhood Immunization Disaster Resources Early Adolescents Eldercare Training 5- to 8-Year-Olds Human Development Area of Expertise Older Youth Parenting Young Children (BSF) Developing the potential of young people.

    9. US ATTORNEY'S OFFICE - Western District Of Michigan - Administrative Division Pa
    support to the employees and programs of the Office of the Western District of michigan. Inthe areas of personnel management, financial management, systems and
    The mission of the Administrative Division is to provide consistent and effective administrative services and support to the employees and programs of the United States Attorney's Office of the Western District of Michigan The Administrative Division is responsible for planning and executing a comprehensive range of administrative services which support office operations. In the areas of personnel management, financial management, systems and information management, and office services, the support provided by the Administrative Division is critical to the effective and efficient operations of our office. The Division is managed by the Administrative Officer who is the principal advisor to the United States Attorney and the District on Administration. As the principal advisor to the District on administration, the AO provides guidance on the management and use of the District's financial, manpower, and physical resources, and on administrative policies, procedures, and practices. The Administrative Officer supervises a support staff of twelve employees in the following program areas: The Personnel Unit provides human resource needs of the office by recruiting and hiring a productive work force reflective of the nation's diversity. The Unit's goal is to administer and implement fair and effective policies in all personnel management programs including hiring, job classification, advancement opportunities, salary and benefit administration, and employee relations. In serving all of its constituencies including employees, managers, job applicants, and the general public, the Unit endeavors to consistently provide accurate, timely and helpful information and assistance. The Personnel Unit consists of the Personnel Officer and Personnel Assistant.

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    11. Fielder Financial Management - Welcome!
    NICE MiniLessons-. financial management College financial Aid financial aid helps meet the expenses of a that state. Private financial aid programs usually require students
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    12. Michigan Engineering - Interdisciplinary Programs
    with automotive research, development, or regulatory programs. technology to financialmarkets and financial management. at the University of michigan, AnnArbor
    Departments Interdisciplinary Programs Faculty
    CoE Home
    Departments Interdisciplinary Programs
    Use the following list to link directly to each program's homepage :
    Applied Physics
    Concentrations in Environmental Sustainability (Consensus)
    Interdisciplinary Professional Programs (InterPro)
    Automotive Engineering ...
    Macromolecular Science and Engineering
    Applied Physics - A graduate program jointly sponsored by the College of Engineering and the Department of Physics in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts. Produces PhDs ready for the quickening pace of development at the frontier between physics and engineering, including non-linear optics, plasmas and theoretical models of materials. Concentrations in Environmental Sustainability (Consensus) - Implementation of sustainable engineering practices in industry has created a demand for engineers with both rigorous disciplinary skills and knowledge of environmental regulations, policies, and practices. The Concentrations in Environmental Sustainability, or ConsEnSus, program is designed to prepare students to meet this demand by providing the opportunity to pursue an MSE degree in a traditional engineering discipline coupled with advanced study in issues of environmental sustainability. Interdisciplinary Professional Programs (InterPro) , the Interdisciplinary Professional Programs office in the College of Engineering, coordinates the College's interdisciplinary professional programs, which offer students opportunities to build expertise in a broad range of emerging and expanding industries.

    13. Professional Masters Degree Programs - College Of Natural Science
    All professional Masters programs will require the and macro economics, project managementand financial management. North Kedzie Lab michigan State University
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    14. International Association Of Financial Engineers - University
    University programs and Courses, mainly Masterslevel, in financial Mathematics and financial Engineering.Category Science Math...... Certificate in financial Asset management and Engineering. of Technology MBA withfinancial Engineering Track. University of michigan Master of Science in

    15. Survey Names Michigan's Business School Among Best MBA Programs For Environmenta
    just as important as technical, financial or marketing The University of michigan'sBusiness School that received the Environmental management award include

    16. Colorado State Cooperative Extension Family Economic Stability:
    protection, household and personal financial management, gambling, and Money 2000Money 2000 programs in other michigan michigan State University Extension.

    Educational Programs

    Family Economic Stability
    Money Management
    Family Economic Stability: Money Management will keep you up to date about key money management tools for reaching financial goals, through Cooperative Extension money management education programs and information resources for consumers.
    Money Management Programs
    Cooperative Extension Money Management Programs provide information on using personal, family and community resources to make ends meet and get ahead. These programs are designed to help people reach financial goals through the use of some key money management tools which include:
    • Making choices
    • Planning and tracking your spending
    • Talking with family members about money
    • Managing a checking account
    • Managing a paycheck, employment benefits and records
    • Using credit wisely
    • Consumer skills making ends meet
    • Avoiding scams and frauds
    Some of the programs which are available include:
  • Be Money Wi$e shows teens how to make effective financial decisions. The "learning by doing" curriculum is creative, stimulating, motivating, educational and fun. It includes segments on goal setting, career choices, credit, insurance, investing, communication, and managing money now.
  • Money and Personal Power offers adults a hands-on, activity-based learning experience about money. It covers planning, setting, and achieving goals; consumer education; credit; recordkeeping; and career exploration.
  • 17. N.C. Risk Mgmt. Education Center: Current Programs
    University Vera Bitsch michigan michigan Human Risks. Nebraska Production, Marketing,financial, Human, and development of risk management programs targeted to
    Block Grant Projects Funded in FY2001-02: Each Land Grant Institution was awarded a Block Grant. The purpose of the Block Grants was to make funds available to each institution to begin immediate program development and to initiate program delivery in 2001-2002. Organization:
    Project Director:
    State: University of Illinois
    Ruth Hambleton
    Illinois Organization:
    Project Director:
    Executive Summary: Purdue University
    George Patrick
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    18. N.C. Risk Mgmt. Education Center: Current Programs
    University James Nugent Suzanne Thornsbury michigan Production, financial, Human. initiatethe development of risk management programs targeted to
    Block Grant Projects Funded in FY2001-02: Each Land Grant Institution was awarded a Block Grant. The purpose of the Block Grants was to make funds available to each institution to begin immediate program development and to initiate program delivery in 2001-2002. Organization:
    Project Director:
    State: Michigan State University
    Roy Black
    Michigan Competitive Grant Projects Funded in FY2001-02: Competitive grant awards were approved by CSREES on March 18, 2002. Title:
    Project Director:
    Delivery States:
    Risk Issues: Diagnosis and Management of Risks in Personnel
    Michigan State University Vera Bitsch Michigan Michigan Human Risks Title Organization: Project Directors: State: Risk Issues: Michigan State University Michigan Production, Financial, Human Women Challenge Grant Projects Funded in FY2001-02: Each Land Grand Institution was awarded a Women’s Challenge Grant.The purpose of the Women’s Challenge Grants was to initiate the development of risk management programs targeted to farm women. Organization: Project Director: State: Michigan State University Roy Black Michigan Senators

    19. Web Site Moved - University Of Michigan Business School
    Five degree programs are offered in association michigan Business Assistance (MBA)Domestic Corps The based planning; teaching financial management skills; and
    The University of Michigan Business School is pleased to announce our new Web site. The page you requested can now be found at " Please update the new location in your browser's Bookmarks or Favorites. You will be redirected to the page you have requested within 5 seconds. If you are not automatically redirected, please click here

    20. University Of Michigan: University Of Michigan Business School
    that they're specifically interested in the michigan programs. Operations, StrategicMarketing management (BrandMaps), financial Statements Analysis
    University of Michigan

    University of Michigan Business School
    OVERALL 1998 RANK: 4

    BW corporate rank:
    BW graduate rank:
    BW 1996 rank:
    1999 Profile Update

    School Statistics

    Graduates' Comments

    SURVEY DETAILS The school is partnering with Catalyst for an important study on why so few women enroll in B-school. Hopefully the results of the partnership will up female enrollment considerably across the board; just 29.5% of Top 25 enrollment is female. And Michigan itself retains a 28% female enrollment near the bottom quartile for the 61 B-schools surveyed for BW's 1998 rankings project. Michigan's underrepresented minority enrollment of 14% is a different story, however. That ties the school with Berkeley for second-highest in the Top 25 (USC leads the pack with 15%). STRATEGY FOR APPLICANTS Michigan looks for candidates who show a strong academic record, a history of professional and personal achievements, solid interpersonal skills, community participation, and focus in their career goals. Nearly 100 percent of admitted applicants in 1998 were interviewed, so it's a good idea to try to arrange to speak with someone on campus, at an MBA Forum, with an alum, or over the telephone, although interviews are not mandatory. The admissions office is also looking for applicants who have done their homework and can show that they're specifically interested in the Michigan programs. It's wise to apply early if you can. If you get your application in by the November 15 early decision deadline, you'll get an answer by February 15. Applications can be downloaded from the school Web site as a Microsoft Word document, then filled out and submitted electronically in the same form. If you do get in, the admissions office will actually phone you with the good news a personal touch that foreshadows the friendly, helpful environment you'll find if you take up their invitation.

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