Expected Results Sample Clauses

Expected Results. This funding will expand the size and scope of the sweet sorghum breeding program, allowing our cooperative efforts to advance for both the high biomass sorghums (for cellulosic conversion applications) and the sweet sorghums (for sugar based conversion applications). From this program, we expect to produce the lines needed for the second generation of sweet sorghum hybrids. First generation hybrids have emphasized the development of hybrids that are sweet and produce sugar as primary trait; there has been less attention devoted to improved quality, enhanced yield, more desirable maturity, and improved disease resistance. The sweet sorghum breeding program has been engaged in sweet sorghum breeding for over four years, we have a 4 year advantage on other projects that are now being initiated. This funding is critical to maintain this advantage. Confidential Treatment Requested and the Redacted Material has been separately filed with the Commission Attachment II
Expected Results. VA’s agreement with DoD to provide educational assistance is a statutory requirement of Chapter 1606, Title 10, U.S.C., Chapter 1607, Title 10, U.S.C., Chapter 30, Title 38, U.S.C. and Chapter 33, Title 38, U.S.C (Post-9/11 GI Xxxx). These laws require VA to make payments to eligible veterans, service members, guard, reservist, and family members under the transfer of entitlement provisions. The responsibility of determining basic eligibility for Chapter 1606 is placed on the DoD. The responsibility of determining basic eligibility for Chapter 30 and Chapter 33 is placed on VA, while the responsibility of providing initial eligibility data for Chapter 30 and Chapter 33 is placed on DoD. Thus, the two agencies must exchange data to ensure that VA makes payments only to those who are eligible for a program. Without an exchange of enrollment and eligibility data, VA would not be able to establish or verify applicant and recipient eligibility for the programs. Subject to the due process requirements, set forth in Article VII.B.1., 38 U.S.C. §3684A, VA may suspend, terminate, or make a final denial of any financial assistance on the basis of data produced by a computer matching program with DoD. To minimize administrative costs of implementation of the law and to maximize the service to the veteran or service member, a system of data exchanges and subsequent computer matching programs was developed. The purposes of the computer matching programs are to minimize the costs of administering the Xxxxxxxxxx GI Xxxx — Active Duty, the Xxxxxxxxxx GI Xxxx — Selected Reserve, Reserve Educational Assistance Program, and the Post-9/11 GI Xxxx program; facilitate accurate payment to eligible veterans or service members training under the Chapter of the Xxxxxxxxxx GI Xxxx — Active Duty, the Xxxxxxxxxx GI Xxxx — Selected Reserve, Reserve Educational Assistance Program, and the Post-9/11 GI Xxxx program; and to avoid payment to those who lose eligibility. The current automated systems, both at VA and DoD, have been developed over the last twenty-two years. The systems were specifically designed to utilize computer matching in transferring enrollment and eligibility data to facilitate accurate payments and avoid incorrect payments. The source agency, DMDC, stores eligibility data on its computer based system of record. The cost of providing this data to VA electronically are minimal when compared to the cost DMDC would incur if the data were forwarded to VA in a hard-copy mann...
Expected Results. The matching program is to ensure that benefits provided to disaster survivors by DHS/FEMA and SBA are not duplicated. By way of the DHS/FEMA disaster registration identification (ID) number, DHS/FEMA and SBA are able to identify the applications received from mutual DHS/FEMA and SBA disaster survivors. By the nature of the sequence of delivery as outlined in FEMA Regulation, 44 CFR 206.191, survivors that register with DHS/FEMA for possible grant assistance, and meet SBA’s minimum income requirements, are automatically referred to SBA for possible loan assistance. For example, DHS/FEMA received 548,953 registrations in response to hurricane Xxxxx, and referred 241,282 of those registrations to SBA. More recently, in FY 2013 and 2014, DHS/FEMA received 775,089 registrations and referred 337,619 registrations to SBA. The computer match will also reveal instances where the same disaster survivor has submitted applications to both DHS/FEMA and SBA, which could result in a duplication of benefits. Since FY 20101, the use of the CMA has identified 224,878 instances where the same disaster survivor submitted applications to both agencies, a yearly average of 40,157. Over that same period, SBA approved 83,313 loans to homeowners and renters, who also received assistance from FEMA. This is a yearly average of 14,877 files identified with a potential DOB.
Expected Results. Canada’s financial contribution under this Appendix will support Quebec in its efforts to conserve and enhance the St. Xxxxxxxx. The expected results will be as follows:
Expected Results. This output therefore aims to - • Reduce the percentage of the total population that experiences hunger, and; • Decrease in the percentage of under-nourished children. The following sub outputs have been identified to support the realization of this output:
Expected Results. An improvement of conservation-relevant knowledge of migratory waterbirds requires effective international coordinated processes for gathering monitoring data and making these data available for appropriate analyses. The establishment and maintenance of national monitoring schemes aimed at assessing the conservation status of waterbirds is also needed, with the establishment of research programmes relevant for AEWA, and sharing information on best practices for waterbird conservation in the region. In order to be effective, monitoring of key sites needs to be a long-term activity with sustainable financing in place, whilst provisions are also needed for exploration in less well-known areas (e.g. gap-filling surveys). In order to improve the relevance of the Strategic Plan for Africa, a complementary target (CT1) has been identified to contribute towards improving the quality and quantity of data on waterbird movements in Africa. On the basis of the preceding analysis, the following results have been identified to be desirably attained in Africa by 2017 in order to ensure the achievement of objective 3 of the Strategic Plan in Africa:
Expected Results. This output will contribute to rural people taking part and contributing to their development and deepening democracy, This will include establishing community structures to support social cohesion.
Expected Results. The State Agency will use the data provided by SSA to improve public service and program efficiency and integrity. The use of SSA data expedites the application process and ensures that benefits are awarded only to applicants that satisfy the State Agency’s program criteria. A cost-benefit analysis for the exchange made under this Agreement is not required in accordance with the determination by the SSA Data Integrity Board (DIB) to waive such analysis pursuant to 5 U.S.C. § 552a(u)(4)(B).
Expected Results. 4. Period of the exchange programme: For the legal representative of the Official's Authority: Name: SIGNATURE For the legal representative of the Host Authority: Name: SIGNATURE Done in XXXXX, on XXXXX Done in XXXXX, on XXXXX
Expected Results. Please copy and paste the expected results from your project proposal (section 3.7 of project proposal)