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Excluded Parties List System (EPLS) Excluded Parties List System (EPLS) Information and Communications
Now a part of the System for Awards Management (SAM) the EPLS is an electronic, web-based system that identifies those parties excluded from receiving Federal contracts, certain subcontracts, and certain types of Federal financial and non-financial assistance and benefits. The EPLS keeps its user community aware of administrative and statutory exclusions across the entire government, and individuals barred from entering the United States.
Federal Data Center Consolidation Initiative (FDCCI) Data Center Closings 2010-2014 Federal Data Center Consolidation Initiative (FDCCI) Data Center Closings 2010-2014 Federal Government Finances and Employment
Updated February 10, 2014. Federal Data Center Consolidation Initiative (FDCCI) Data Center Closings 2010-2014. The Administration has expanded the data center consolidation initiative to include data centers of any size, rather than just those 500 square feet and above. And as we expand the initiative we are also expanding our goal. Moving forward, the government’s goal will be to close at least 40% of identified data centers, consistent with our original consolidation goal. By expanding the initiative to include data centers of any size, we expected the baseline to increase. We now have a comprehensive inventory of all data centers varying in size. Although our baseline has increased, we are still committed to consolidate over 1200 data centers by the end of 2015 – a goal that requires us to continue aggressively rooting out duplication and waste. As of March 2012, updates reflect a shift from calendar year to fiscal year reporting. From 2010 through 2013, agencies submitted data to the GSA FDDCI PMO on a quarterly basis during the final week of January, April, July, and October. Starting in 2014, quarterly reporting shifted to the final day of February, May, August, and November to be consistent with PortfolioStat reporting described in OMB Memorandum M-13-09. This dataset reflects information provided by the agencies. All questions or inquiries should be directed to the specific agencies. The FY2010 through FY2014 dataset provides a list of planned or closed data centers by agency and by city/state location since the FDCCI started in February 2010. The Data Center Consolidation Task Force meets monthly to ensure government-wide alignment among agency efforts, where appropriate. The Task Force comprises data center program managers, facilities managers, and sustainability officers from 24 agencies that work together to share progress toward individual agency goals. As its work evolves, the Task Force will serve as a "community of practice" for agency CIOs and data center program managers to share best practices and enhance consolidation effectiveness. See collateral information about the FDCCI, including the definition of a data center and other FAQs at http://cio.gov/fdcci. (“OTHER” refers to virtual data centers or cloud instances.)
This dataset consists of the non confidential identities of chemical substances submitted under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA). TSCA was enacted to ensure that chemicals manufactured, imported, processed, or distributed in commerce, or used or disposed of in the United States do not pose any unreasonable risks to human health or the environment. EPA adds chemical substances to the TSCA Inventory following EPA's receipt of a Notice of Commencement (NOC) signaling the manufacturer's intent to produce a chemical substance that EPA has previously reviewed and approved. Since EPA published the final TSCA Inventory Reporting Rule on December 23, 1977, the TSCA Inventory has grown to include the identities of over 83,000 chemical substances.
National Stock Number Extract National Stock Number Extract Information and Communications
National Stock Number extract includes the current listing of National Stock Numbers (NSNs), NSN item name and descriptions, and current selling price of each product listed in GSA Advantage and managed by GSA for use by the general public. This list contains only stocked items in the GSA Supply Chain and does not list nonstocked items.Each NSN is listed with the vendors description of the item. Some descriptions exceed the standard length and are truncated.
MyPyramid Food Data provides information on the total calories; calories from solid fats, added sugars, and alcohol (extras); MyPyramid food group and subgroup amounts; and saturated fat content of over 1,000 commonly eaten foods with corresponding commonly used portion amounts. This information is key to help consumers meet the recommendations of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans and manage their weight by understanding how many calories are consumed from "extras." CNPP has created an interactive tool from this data set available on the web at MyFood-a-pedia.gov. A mobile version is coming soon to provide consumers with assistance on-the-go.
US GAAP RSS Feed of XBRL Financials US GAAP RSS Feed of XBRL Financials Banking, Finance, and Insurance
Central Contractor Registration (CCR) FOIA Extract Central Contractor Registration (CCR) FOIA Extract Information and Communications
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