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  • When recruiting, IDA program sponsors need to ensure that participants meet certain criteria that the Corporation for Enterprise Development specifies as follows:
  • Wartell serves on the boards of the Corporation for Enterprise Development, Center for Law and Social Policy, and Low Income Investment Fund.
  • Arizona received two C's and a D on the latest report card from the Corporation for Enterprise Development in Washington, D . C.
  • In 1999, the Corporation for Enterprise Development gave Orszag its leadership award for  forging innovative public policies to expand economic opportunity in America . 
  • All states received a grade from the Corporation for Enterprise Development in each of the following three categories : economic performance, business vitality and development capacity.
  • Robert E . Friedman, founder and chair of the Corporation for Enterprise Development, said the program changes the way the government and businesses help the poor.
  • The Corporation for Enterprise Development also ranked the state's poverty rate as fourth-worst and its urban-rural income gap as fourth-widest.
  • The Corporation for Enterprise Development found that two-thirds of all states experienced a widening gap between haves and have-nots, yet Arizona suffered the worst change in this regard.
  • Currently, she serves on the boards of the Children s Defense Fund, the W . Haywood Burns Institute, Levi Strauss and Co ., and the Corporation for Enterprise Development.
  • "Arizona had solid ranks across all technology indicators, including the 15th-highest rate of federal research-and-development dollars, " according to the Corporation for Enterprise Development.
  • The Corporation for Enterprise Development is a private, non-profit organization that works with state and local governments, companies, foundations and others to improve economic competitiveness and expand opportunities in various communities.
  • In its ninth annual assessment of the states'economies, the Corporation for Enterprise Development ( CFED ) says Colorado won straight As for 1994 in terms of economic performance, business vitality and development capacity.
  • And just last week, another Washington think tank, the Corporation for Enterprise Development, in its annual report gave Georgia another " C " for its performance in employment growth and earning potential.
  • According to a Report by the Corporation for Enterprise Development ( CFED ), more than 46 % of the jobless lack health insurance and 31 % of workers without insurance do not see a doctor although sick.
  • The "'Corporation for Enterprise Development ( CFED ) "'is a national nonprofit based in Washington, DC dedicated to expanding economic opportunity for low-income families and communities in the United States.
  • But the Corporation for Enterprise Development, in Washington, estimates that state and local governments give up $ 5 billion to $ 8 billion in tax incentives a year _ most, but not all, of them property tax abatements.
  • She is on the board and trustee for Tom's of Maine, Inc . She is on the boards of Corporation for Enterprise Development, The Bay Foundation, Josephine Bay Paul and C . Michael Paul Foundation, The Bridgespan Group, and First Voice International.
  • Automotive News reported in 2005, that the Corporation for Enterprise Development, a Washington economic think tank, estimated that " taxpayers were left with more than $ 70 million in incentives and loans used to lure ( Westmoreland Assembly ), whose promise never fully materialized ."
  • But the Corporation for Enterprise Development, a nonprofit group that follows interstate economic rivalries, reports the tax-break packages, including the corporate tax change, are expected to eventually cost the state $ 650 million in lost tax revenues, or almost $ 31, 000 per job saved.
  • "The ultimate priority related to economic development should be education reform, " said William Schweke, vice president of the Corporation for Enterprise Development, an economic development think tank with offices in Raleigh, N . C . " States need a much more seamless system of lifelong learning ."
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