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OMB Circular A-11, Preparation, Submission and Execution of the Budget (8/15/22) (single file, 1056 pages, 11.8 MB)OMB Circular A-11, Preparation, Submission and Execution of the Budget (individual section files)
OMB Circular A-76, Performance of Commercial Activities (05/29/2003) including changes made by OMB Memorandum M-07-02 (10/31/2006) (4 pages, 51 KB) and a technical correction made by OMB Memorandum M-03-20 (08/15/2003) (63 pages, 518 KB)
OMB Circular A-110; Uniform Administrative Requirements for Grants and Other Agreements with Institutions of Higher Education, Hospitals and Other Non-Profit Organizations (11/19/1993) (further amended 09/30/1999, Relocated to 2 CFR, Part 215 (32 pages, 243 KB)
OMB Circular A-133, Audits of States, Local Governments and Non-Profit Organizations (includes revisions published in the Federal Register 06/27/2003 and 06/26/2007) (34 pages, 173 KB)
Note: Please see OMB Memoranda M-04-12 (1 page, 36 KB), Performance Periods in Public-Private Competitions (April 30, 2004), M-06-13 (5 pages, 42 KB), Competitive Sourcing under Section 842(a) of P.L. 109-115 (April 24, 2006), and M-08-11 (8 pages, 60 KB), Competitive Sourcing Requirements in Division D of Public Law 110-161 (February 20, 2008) when applying the following provisions of OMB Circular A-76: Paragraphs 4.c and 5.d; Attachment B, Paragraphs A.5, C.1.a, C.1.c, D.3.a(7), and D.5.b(3); Attachment C, Paragraphs A.5, A.12, C.3 and Section D.
The American Joint Committee on Cancer (AJCC) staging manual has become the benchmark for classifying patients with cancer, defining prognosis, and determining the best treatment approaches. Many view the primary role of the tumor, lymph node, metastasis (TNM) system as that of a standardized classification system for evaluating cancer at a population level in terms of the extent of disease, both at initial presentation and after surgical treatment, and the overall impact of improvements in cancer treatment. The rapid evolution of knowledge in cancer biology and the discovery and validation of biologic factors that predict cancer outcome and response to treatment with better accuracy have led some cancer experts to question the utility of a TNM-based approach in clinical care at an individualized patient level. In the Eighth Edition of the AJCC Cancer Staging Manual, the goal of including relevant, nonanatomic (including molecular) factors has been foremost, although changes are made only when there is strong evidence for inclusion. The editorial board viewed this iteration as a proactive effort to continue to build the important bridge from a "population-based" to a more "personalized" approach to patient classification, one that forms the conceptual framework and foundation of cancer staging in the era of precision molecular oncology. The AJCC promulgates best staging practices through each new edition in an effort to provide cancer care providers with a powerful, knowledge-based resource for the battle against cancer. In this commentary, the authors highlight the overall organizational and structural changes as well as "what's new" in the Eighth Edition. It is hoped that this information will provide the reader with a better understanding of the rationale behind the aggregate proposed changes and the exciting developments in the upcoming edition. CA Cancer J Clin 2017;67:93-99. © 2017 American Cancer Society.
The Field Operations Handbook (FOH) is an operations manual that provides Wage and Hour Division (WHD) investigators and staff with interpretations of statutory provisions, procedures for conducting investigations, and general administrative guidance. The FOH was developed by the WHD under the general authority to administer laws that the agency is charged with enforcing. The FOH reflects policies established through changes in legislation, regulations, significant court decisions, and the decisions and opinions of the WHD Administrator. It is not used as a device for establishing interpretative policy.
The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) is publishing this FOH on the internet pursuant to its obligation under FOIA to make available administrative staff manuals and instructions to staff that affect members of the public, 5 U.S.C. 552(a)(2), and as a public service to provide public access to information regarding DOL programs. It is important to note that there will often be a delay between the publication of changes in legislation, regulations, significant court decisions, and the decisions or opinions of the WHD Administrator and the modification of these pages. Therefore, these pages may not reflect current legislation, regulations, significant court decisions, and decisions and opinions of the WHD Administrator and no express or implied guarantees are indicated. The Federal Register and the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) remain the official resources for regulatory information published by the DOL. Any errors in the FOH should be brought to the attention of the WHD.
EudraCT tools & Login EudraCT step-by-step guide Tutorials on posting results User manual and training Supporting documents Frequently asked questions National competent authorities EU Clinical Trials Register Need Help? Contact us! Welcome to the EudraCT public home page EudraCT (European Union Drug Regulating Authorities Clinical Trials Database) is the database for all interventional clinical trials on medicinal products submitted to the National Competent Authorities (NCAs) of the European Union (EU)/European Economic Area (EEA) from 1 May 2004 until 30 January 2023 under Directive 2001/20/EC, as well as for all trials conducted outside of the EEA that are part of a Paediatric Investigation Plan (PIP) and/or are conducted under Article 45 or 46 of Regulation (EC) No 1901/2006. Most of the protocol and results information of EudraCT trials is made publicly available through the European Union Clinical Trials Register (see Frequently Asked Questions).
EudraCT and EU CTR experienced several unexpected downtimes recently. Both websites are now operational and users can access them. We apologise for any inconvenience caused and we thank you for your patience.
Following the European Commission's Guidance on results postings, the European Medicines Agency and National Competent Authorities sent rounds of notifications in order to remind sponsors of their responsibilities as regards posting clinical trial results in EudraCT. In an attempt to reach sponsors who have not uploaded results yet, round of reminders are now being sent to email addresses stored not only in EudraCT, but also in other databases, such as the EMA Eudra Common Directory (results user roles list), EudraVigilance, SPOR and Art. 57 database. The EMA recommends all sponsors to verify if their trials comply with the Guidance on results postings through looking for their sponsor name in EU CTR. To learn how to post results visit Tutorials on posting results.
This data highlights how the platform earns repeat attention from users, beating out the likes of Instagram, Twitter and YouTube. Perhaps a shock to critics, the concept of frantically checking Facebook throughout the day is alive and well.
As more Americans have adopted social media, the social media user base has also grown more representative of the broader population. Young adults were among the earliest social media adopters and continue to use these sites at high levels, but usage by older adults has increased in recent years.
YouTube and Facebook are the most-widely used online platforms, and its user base is most broadly representative of the population as a whole. Smaller shares of Americans use sites such as Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and LinkedIn.
While generations differ in their use of various technologies, a 2018 Center survey found that younger internet users also were more likely than older Americans who use the internet to say the internet has had a positive impact on society: 73% of online Millennials said the internet has been mostly a good thing for society, compared with 63% of users in the Silent Generation. 2b1af7f3a8