Growing needs and continued pressure on resources make corporate pro bono contributions to local government initiatives and to our nonprofit partners even more important.
What does LGI stand for?
LGI stands for Local Government Initiative (various locations)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of LGI
We have 49 other meanings of LGI in our Acronym Attic
- Let's Get High Together
- Deadmans Cay / Long Island, Bahamas - Deadmans Cay (Airport Code)
- Laser-Gated Imaging
- Law Governed Interaction
- Law-Governed Interaction
- Leeds General Infirmary (UK)
- Lenox Group, Inc. (giftware)
- Liberty Global, Inc. (various locations)
- Lifeguard Instructor
- Local Government Indicators
- Local Government Institute
- Lower Gastrointestinal
- Lympho Granuloma Inguinale (venereal disease)
- Lynx Geosystems Incorporated
- Large Generator Interconnection Agreement
- Local Government International Bureau (UK)
- Lower Gastrointestinal Bleeding (medical)
- Lacrimal Gland Interstitial Cells (microbiology)
- LG Information and Communication Ltd. (electronics company; Seoul, South Korea)
- Lieutenant Governor in Council (Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Government initiatives are key contributor Central or local government initiatives can also make a difference to the number of applications submitted for home improvements.
Brixtel's short-term goal includes continuing to provide solutions for Federal, defense, state and local government initiatives.
National and local government initiatives and some innovative partnerships with the private sector have steadily transformed not just the built environment but entire communities.
The awards program, celebrating 16 years of recognizing successful local government initiatives, acknowledges outstanding city programs throughout the country.
But local government initiatives have helped attract lots of new firms to the South Yorks town.
Many practices on the Bush administration's "management and performance agenda," which the authors cite frequently, are comparable to state and local government initiatives on improving government performance.
The problem then became how to produce new economic expansion through local government initiatives, and the solution was two fold.