7 million dollars from the city of Auburn for a matching grant from the federal Economic Development Administration.
What does EDA stand for?
EDA stands for Economic Development Administration
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We have 236 other meanings of EDA in our Acronym Attic
- Early Departure Authorized
- Early Development Activity Center (Sony Education Foundation; Japan)
- Early Development Association (Tokyo, Japan)
- Easy Data Access (computing)
- Eating Disorders Anonymous
- Eating Disorders Association (UK)
- École de Danse Aubagnaise (French dance school)
- École des Avocats (French: Law School)
- Économat des Armées (French: Commissary of the Army)
- Economic Decision Analysis
- Economic Development America
- Economic Development Authority
- Economically Disadvantaged Area
- Economie Dinamiche Asiatiche (Italian: Dynamic Asian Economies)
- Ectodermal Dysplasia, Anhidrotic
- Ectodysplasin A
- Ed DuPont & Associates
- Éducation et Apprentissage (French: Education and Learning)
- Educational Development Associates, LLC
- Educational Development Association (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Economic Development Administration grant award of $405,023 to fund the Bristol Bay Jobs Accelerator Project.
The investment by the Economic Development Administration and our partners will allow us to develop and support a cohesive program designed to facilitate job and business development, expansion and innovation, resulting in further diversification of our regional economy.
Economic Development Administration awarded Swanson a $100,000 Trade Adj-ustment Assistance grant.
9 million grant by the federal Economic Development Administration to develop a new Center for Competitive Economics and Entrepreneurship.
but its all fallen apart, said Rick Tremblay, regional director of the Economic Development Administration, a federal agency that was in talks with the Urban League about a $412,000 grant The project hinged on the Urban League creating a corporation called Revive Enterprises Inc.
The US Economic Development Administration already offered $200,000 for planning, developing, and designing the city's Electronic Transport Development Center.
Department of Commerce's Economic Development Administration - which requires a CEDS plan before it doles out funds - the groups plan to provide support to academic institutions to train new workers and offer credit to local residents and businesses to encourage entrepreneurship.