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Reports from the CSBG National Reporting System 1982–1986

These are the earliest reports from the National Voluntary Reporting System (NVRS) and CSBG Information System (CSBG-IS).

ILSG.SocialPolicySeriesNo.3.Feb.1982

ILSG.SocialPolicySeriesNo.4.Feb.1982

CSBG.NVRS.Report.FY1983

CSBG.NVRS.Report.FY1984

CSBG.IS.Report.FY1985

CSBG.IS.Report.FY1986

CSBG.IS.Report.FY1986 Lexicon

CSBG.IS.Report.FY1986 Glossary

   
 
 

The OCS Project to Develop a 21st Century Model to End Poverty

Click here for the Table of Contents.

Click on a link to download these Word documents, or click here to view these Free documents from the OCS Project to Develop a 21st Century Model to End Poverty:

  1. SECTION 1 of Maximizing Personal Potential for National Prosperity: A blueprint for changing the way this country thinks about and addresses povertyThis is the summary, the first 41 pages of the original document.

  2. The rest of the document: Maximizing Personal Potential for National Prosperity: A blueprint for changing the way this country thinks about and addresses povertyThis is a LARGE file, over 450 pages in Word, starting on page 42.

  3. Reference Table of Federal programs addressing poverty (Excel) (consolidation of three tables included in #2 above)

 

 
 

National Conversation on Poverty and Economic Security (NCPES), May 29-31, 2007 in Bethesda, MD. Sponsored by the Partnership, NASCSP, NCAF, and CAPLAW.  Funded by OCS and the Ford Foundation.

* For the program, please click here.  

* For the transcripts of discussion groups, please click here

* For the Video and Audio files, please click here.

   

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