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  1. Planning for tomorrow - today: A financial management program for South Dakota agricultural producers 1985-1988 (Economics staff paper series) by Burton Pflueger, 1989
  2. Phase I diagnostic feasibility study final report: Lake Mitchell/Firesteel Creek, Davison County, South Dakota by Eugene H Stueven, 1997
  3. Lake assessment project: Lake Faulkton, Faulk County, South Dakota by Ken Madison, 1996
  4. Loyalton Dam, Edmunds County, SD by Aaron B Larson, 2002

21. Specialization Degree Option
North dakota State University, south dakota State University State University, Northdakota State University outreach, personal and financial resource management
Research and Graduate Education
College of Family and Consumer Sciences
Iowa State University
Master of Family and Consumer Sciences
The Specialization Degree Option
A specialization track is available from these p rograms

22. Federal Agencies For Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota Exporters
for US agricultural products and operates programs designed to http// financial, technical, and management assistance to
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Minnesota District
Export Council

Plaza VII, Suite 2240
Minneapolis, MN 55402
TEL: 612/348-1648
FAX: 612/348-1650
International House
US Department of State Within the Executive Branch, the State Department is the lead U.S. foreign affairs agency that works to advance U.S. objectives and interests in shaping a freer, more secure, and more prosperous world through its primary role of developing and implementing foreign policy. US Trade Representatives (USTR) USTR is America's chief trade negotiator and principal trade policy advisor to the President. USTR is responsible for developing and implementing trade policies, which promote world growth, and create new opportunities for American businesses, workers, and agricultural producers. Foreign Agricultural Service, US Department of Agriculture (FAS)

23. Region 1, South Dakota
management; Marketing/Sales; Recordkeeping Guidance; Inventory management; south dakota'slow cost of doing business and our aggressive financial programs can have
State and Local Incentives
Imagine doing business in an area where we can offer you several financing incentives that make growing your business a reality - both on the state and local level! If that's not enough to make you think about doing business in East Central South Dakota, consider the fact that our State has no corporate income tax, no personal income tax, no business inventory tax, and no personal property tax. In East Central South Dakota, we know that available financing is often a critical factor in your company's ability to grow and prosper. That's why our loan programs are designed with you in mind. Sure, you'll have to make an equity contribution, have interim financing in place during the construction phase and receive board approval, but you won't find a lot of bureaucratic red tape or long waiting periods to find out what types of incentives are available. Just friendly people willing to walk you through the process, and financing programs that actually fit your needs.
East Central South Dakota Regional Incentives
The East Central South Dakota region offers a variety of finance incentive programs. Some of the options available include:

24. DHHS Regional Office Web Sites - Family And Youth Services Bureau
administer the programmatic and financial management of ACF Montana,Colorado, North dakota, south dakota, Utah, Wyoming).
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Administration for Children and Families
Regional Office Web Sites
The Administration for Children and Families (ACF) Regional Offices oversee the administration of programs, including the Family and Youth Services Bureau's Runaway and Homeless Youth (RHY) Program. The Regional Offices administer the programmatic and financial management of ACF programs in the region and provide guidance to grantees and other entities responsible for administering these programs, such as State and local governments. The Regional Office Web Sites are accessible through the ACF Office of Regional Operations' Regional Contacts page. Or, you may wish to visit the following ACF Regional Office youth-related Web pages: Region I (Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont)

25. Accounting, Finance, Banking, And Insurance Jobs In South Dakota - SD
Foundation programs. Accounting, Finance, Banking, and Insurance Jobs in south dakota LevelAccounting Finance Manager financial management Forensic Accountant
Students Educators Career Information Center Student Outreach ... Foundation News
Accounting, Finance, Banking, and Insurance Jobs in South Dakota - SD



Audit Management
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26. National Fire Plan - FY 2001 Programs In South Dakota
funds, for technical training, financial assistance, equipment for fence replacementin south dakota, support to planning and fuel management, hazard mitigation
The National Fire Plan
FY 2001 Programs in South Dakota

In FY 2001, the National Fire Plan implements program activities in five key program areas. These key points are designed to respond to the severe wildfires of 2000, reduce their impacts on rural communities, and enhance firefighting capabilities in the future. Estimated allocations include ($ in thousands):
Firefighting Rehab
Restoration Hazardous
Treatment Forest
Projects Community Assistance Preparedness Facilities State Fire Assistance Volunteer Fire Assistance Economic Action Programs PrivateLand Fire Assist.. TOTAL Firefighting Resources Staffing the most efficient organizational level (MEL) to provide prompt initial attack suppression on wildfires.
  • Preparedness Organization: Approximately 90 percent of the planned 35 positions for hire has been completed in FY 2001 to meet MEL
Rehabilitation Assuring long-term efforts to improve lands unlikely to recover naturally from fire damage.

27. Rough Notes Magazine February 1999 Issue
old division of Western World specializes in programs for associations Idaho, Montana,Nevada, North south dakota, Oregon, Utah Agency financial management.
March 1999
COVER STORY Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead

Cameron Harris goes off to war! FEATURES Carving out a niche in specialty markets
Well-capitalized Westport plans to grow 20% per year. Defining dedicated resources
CNA Commercial Insurance enhances its "agency technology specialist" role to make it easier for agents to do business electronically with CNA. Default coverage for money market funds
Zurich and others begin offering protection to money market funds and their depositors. ISO's commercial auto multistate programchanges
The 1998 revisions are not extensive; however, they are beneficial. Umbrellas for purchasing groups provide impetus for growth
Distinguished Programs Insurance Group favors small and midsize market. The lowdown on breakdown coverage
Dependency on technology has dramatically altered exposures, even for main street businesses. Westco programs adapting to service niche markets
One-year-old division of Western World specializes in programs for associations and affinity groups. A family affair
A young producer brings enthusiasm and energy to the agency her grandfather founded.

28. Solid Waste & Recycling Industry Website Links: Waste News
including those pertaining to solid waste management. financial Global RecyclingNetwork UNIVERSITY programs Island south Carolina south dakota Tennessee Texas
Links These are sites that may be of interest to solid waste recycling and officials. Links to other Internet sites should not be construed as an endorsement of these sites or the information therein. ASSOCIATIONS
Alliance of Foam Packaging Recyclers
Offers information on expanded polystyrene recycling.
American Iron and Steel Institute
American Plastics Council
Association of State and Territorial Solid Waste Management Officials
Focuses on the solid waste program needs of the states and territories.
Bureau of International Recycling
Canadian Association of Recycling Industries
Cempre: A Brazilian Business Commitment for Recycling
Container Recycling Institute
Serves as a clearinghouse for information on container and packaging recycling and reuse, including beverage container deposit systems or bottle bills.
Environmental Industry Associations
Environmental Services Association of Alberta
Federation of New York Solid Waste Associations
Geosynthetic Materials Association ...
National Recycling Coalition
Provides information on recycling, waste reduction and resource conservation.
Northeast Recycling Council
Contains information of interest to state recycling, solid waste and economic development officials interested in boosting the Northeast region's recycling industry.

29. NEAFCS - Continued Excellence Award -- Central Region
is critical as we plan programs to meet the Diann Steinheuser, south dakota Programmingefforts have been in the areas of financial management, child care

30. Welcome To SDHDA On-line!
Affordable Housing for south dakota.Category Regional North America south dakota Government...... Property management and Compliance. the affordable housing industry by our integrity,innovation and financial strength. . 2003 Paint south dakota Campaign.
"We are committed to leading the affordable housing industry by our integrity, innovation and financial strength." Paint South Dakota Campaign 221 South Central Ave. - P.O. Box 1237
Pierre, SD 57501-1237
Phone: (605) 773-3181
Fax: (605) 773-5154
TTY: (605) 773-6107
(click for Homebuyer Education Information in South Dakota)

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SDHDA is a self-supporting, quasi-public agency,
which receives no state general funds.

31. SDHDA Information
National) Assisted Housing Resource Guide (south dakota list). to Fair Market RentsFederal Emergency management Agency (FEMA) financial Information for
221 South Central Avenue
P.O. Box 1237
Pierre, SD 57501-1237
Phone: (605) 773-3181
Fax: (605) 773-5154
TTY: (605) 773-6107
Quick Reference SDHDA Homepage What's New About SDHDA Homeownership Programs ... Online Resources site index / site search
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On-line Index
Looking for information on something specific? Click on the word or phrase for fast information. Some of the links on this page are to outside sources and are for informational purposes only. SDHDA does not necessarily endorse or promote content or stances taken by an outside site hyperlinked to SDHDA Online. A B C D ... Z A:
AIDS, Housing for Persons with

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Annual Housing Conference
Annual Report ... Assisted Housing Resource Guide (South Dakota list) B: Bond Financing Program Information Bond Financing Application C: Calendar of Events Community Development Block Grant (See Consolidated Plan Update) Community Housing Development Organizations (CHDO) Compliance Manual (HOME) ... Counseling Providers, Housing/Credit

32. News Release
In addition to the impressive financial results Cardium The State of south Dakotachose Cardium Health to firms that offer CAD disease management programs.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Drake Manning , 860.408.1300 x 323
Cardium Health Demonstrates Substantial Financial and Clinical Outcomes for its CAD Disease Management Program (SIMSBURY, CT) November 15, 2002-Cardium Health, a Simsbury, Conn.-based disease management firm, presented strong initial results from its coronary artery disease (CAD) program with the State of South Dakota Bureau of Personnel at a meeting of the Buyer's Healthcare Action Group of St. Paul, Minnesota. Cardium achieved first-year net savings for the State of over $700,000 as a direct result of reducing the rate of re-hospitalizations by more than 50 percent, representing an impressive 242 percent return on investment. More than 75 percent of eligible individuals enrolled in the Cardium CAD program. In addition to the impressive financial results Cardium achieved for the State of South Dakota, the company continues to show strong clinical outcomes and participant satisfaction. "Our clinical outcomes substantiate the reduction in CAD re-hospitalizations," says Mark Fulco, senior vice president of business development at Cardium. "Medication utilization in the beta blocker, ACE inhibitor, and statin classes increased eight percent on average, and we recorded a twenty percent increase in physical activity among program participants." Other clinical outcomes include a 10-point drop in total cholesterol in the participant population.

33. SDREI -- South Dakota Rural Enterprise, Inc.
2002 Chair Doing more for south dakota During 2000 to our investors, especially forfinancial institutions offered training programs on risk management and new
SDREI Adding Value
to the community development industry
Trade Secrets for CDFIs
s trategic training seminars
Make your CDFI even MORE effective!
economic development strategy

financing activities

development activities

2001 CDFI market analysis

SDREI 2002 Annual Report: It's why we do what we do From the President - Beth Davis
Community development is a business that often involves big numbers. We report the millions available to support economic development in South Dakota and discuss the importance of additional millions in matching grants and federal programs. We talk about the big numbers when, in the final analysis, it’s the smaller numbers that really matter. It might be a new welding shop in Parker, with three employees or a new building at the Huron airport, serving eight flights a day. It could be a new bed and breakfast business with five guest rooms. Each of these projects is the ultimate beneficiary of those big numbers, but the scale is appropriate to the community being served. All the millions available mean nothing if they don’t end up adding new jobs in a town that cares enough to create one new business. And once a community starts growing small businesses, who knows what entrepreneur will develop a 100 employee company? Creating a culture that supports small business development may also attract other firms. Local development sends positive signals in all directions. Our success stories are reflected in the completion of projects through the local and regional development organizations that have accessed our capital. We may not be there for the ribbon cutting of a new auto repair shop, but we share the excitement of that business owner and the pride of that community.

34. SDREI -- South Dakota Rural Enterprise, Inc.
Locally – The leaders of south dakota have come together financial institutionshave additional CRA and BEA benefits and boards and risk management tools that
SDREI Adding Value
to the community development industry
Trade Secrets for CDFIs
s trategic training seminars
Make your CDFI even MORE effective!
economic development strategy

financing activities

development activities

2001 CDFI market analysis

Adding value to the community development industry SDREI
a statewide, nonprofit economic development corporation with a
  • vision of South Dakota as a vibrant and dynamic economic state built on centers of successful economic specialization and growth.
  • mission to provide financial and leadership resources to South Dakota's CDFIs that are properly capitalized and committed to high standards of performance.
Small businesses in South Dakota are a boon to their communities, providing products, services and jobs that inject renewed life into their local and state economies. Unfortunately, traditional financing can sometimes fail individuals and rural communities in need of capital and business assistance. CDFIs bridge the gap between what traditional lenders offer and what is needed. South Dakota Rural Enterprise, Inc. (SDREI) is committed to leading the drive to secure more capital for South Dakota's network of CDFIs. SDREI also offers training, technical assistance and networking for CDFIs and economic development corporations. Annual Reports Capital investment fund Capital loan fund recipients Development services ... Levels of added value Capital Investment Fund

35. Midwest Training Center, Grad. School, USDA
Nebraska, North dakota, Ohio, south dakota, and Wisconsin Federal Building 230 southDearborn Street the Certified Defense financial management (CDFM) designation

Training Delivery
Day Courses
Information Technology
Nationwide Programs ...
Government Audit Training Institute
Midwest Training Center (MWTC)

About This Program

Contact Information

Course Samplers
Guaranteed to Go Classes

About This Program The Midwest Training Center (MWTC) designs and coordinates Graduate School training for twelve midwestern states. We are your point of contact for courses in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin.
One of our key strengths is our on-site training for agencies undergoing major change. Our recent clients include the Army Reserve Personnel Center, DFAS and the Corps of Engineers. We also provide on-site computer training for federal agencies such as the IRS. This customized training is in addition to our open-enrollment courses in seven Graduate School curriculum areas, as advertised in our nationwide catalog. ^Back to Top^ Contact Information Midwest Training Center Graduate School, USDA John C. Kluczynski Federal Building

36. Richard Gregg, Commissioner Of The Department Of The Treasury's Financial Manage
He began his Federal civilian service in 1970 with the financial management Service. Anative of Harrold, south dakota, Mr. Gregg holds a Bachelor's Degree in
Overview Background Organizational Charts Working @ FMS ... Contacts
About the Financial Management Service
Richard Gregg
Richard L. Gregg was appointed Commissioner of the Financial Management Service, a bureau of the Department of the Treasury, on December 15, 1997. Since 1987, Mr. Gregg had served as Commissioner of the Bureau of the Public Debt. The Financial Management Service provides leadership and direction to Federal agencies on a variety of financial management matters. The mission of the Service is to develop and manage Federal financial systems to move the government's cash flows efficiently, effectively, and securely. As Commissioner of the Financial Management Service, Mr. Gregg has the responsibility for managing over $2 trillion a year in collections and disbursements of Federal revenues. He also oversees government wide program responsibilities for cash management, credit administration, and debt collection. Richard Gregg joined the Department of Treasury in 1970, and has served in a variety of managerial positions. He began his Federal civilian service in 1970 with the Financial Management Service. In 1976, Mr. Gregg joined the Bureau of Public Debt and served as the Assistant Commissioner in the Office of Financing. From 1981 through January 1987, he was the Deputy Commissioner of Public Debt. In addition, Mr. Gregg served in the United States Air Force. A native of Harrold, South Dakota, Mr. Gregg holds a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science from the University of South Dakota, Vermillion, South Dakota (1969), a Master's Degree in Public Administration from the George Washington University, Washington, DC (1971), and a Law Degree, also from the George Washington University (1977). He is a member of the Virginia Bar Association.

37. DTI | Development Training Institute : Training
financial Analysis financial management Fundraising Government Administration Propertymanagement Project Development south Carolina south dakota Texas Utah
Jump To: About DTI Mission Core Values Community Building Success Stories Funders Staff Speakers Bureau Employment Contact Us Training Programs and Courses All Programs Currently Scheduled Programs HUD CDTA Hud Funds Custom Programs Training Methods Web-Based Training Consulting Grants Eligibility Application Resources Comments For DTI Consultants Downloads DTI Home Search:

Programs and Courses

Custom Programs

HUD Info

Development Training Institute
2510 St. Paul Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
Phone: 410-338-2512
Fax: 410-338-2751
DTI offers professional development programs for staff of community based organizations, financial institutions and government. These programs range from one day courses on particular topics to programs which meet for over 20 days over the course of 8 months. In this section you may: View a full list of DTI programs and courses DTI courses and programs address a wide range of subjects including: Administering Funding Programs Affordable Housing Development Asset Management Brownfields Board Development Business Development Business Planning Citizen Participation

38. Business And Finance Banking And The Financial System Education
and department information, and related financial links south dakota VermillionUniversity of south dakota Department of management, Marketing and

39. A F M : Procurement And Personal Property
Utah, North dakota, south dakota, and Wyoming. Florida, Virginia, south Carolina,North Carolina Agreements Facilities financial management Human Resources Administrative and Financial
AFM Divisions ... Procurement
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40. Points Of Contact
does what in the south dakota division office Reporting Sheridan Shoemaker Filesmanagement Melissa Habeck Vouchers Melissa Habeck financial Program management
Home Page Staff Directory
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Access Control
Ken Erlenbusch
Access Management
Mark Hoines
Ken Erlenbusch
Accident Tracking and Alert Bulletins
Roland Stanger
Affirmative Action Plan
Ken Erlenbusch
Air Quality
Mark Hoines
Alcohol Testing
Mike Baker Mark Gilmore Greg Hall Willie Moravec
Americans with Disabilities Act
Ken Erlenbusch
Americans with Disabilities Act - Design Issues
Roland Stanger
Annual Performance Plan
Todd Jorgensen
Ken Erlenbusch
Asset Management
Brett Hestdalen
Carla Remmich
Todd Jorgensen Carla Remmich Back to Top
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Bicycle/Pedistrian Programs
Mark Hoines
Bid Price Data and Tabulation
Sharon Johnson
Borders and Corridors Program
Mark Hoines
Bridge Design
Mark Clausen
Bridge Inspection and Management System
Mark Clausen
Bridge Program
Mark Clausen
Bridge Rails
Mark Clausen
Todd Jorgensen
Budget (GOE)
Carla Remmich Todd Jorgensen
Bus Safety and Compliance
Mike Baker Mark Gilmore Greg Hall Willie Moravec ...
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Cargo Tanks
Willie Moravec
Centrally Billed Charge Card Accounts
Sheridan Shoemaker
Civil Rights (Internal)
Todd Jorgensen Ken Erlenbusch
Commercial Drivers License (CDL)
Mike Baker MarkGilmore Greg Hall Willie Moravec
Commercial Drivers License Information System (CDLIS)
Mike Baker Mark Gilmore Greg Hall Willie Moravec
Commercial Motor Vehicles
Mike Baker Mark Gilmore Susan Gregory Greg Hall ... Willie Moravec
Commercial Vehicle Operations (CVO/CVISN)

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