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He was nominated by President Obama to serve on the State Justice Institute board, which works to improve the administration of justice in the nation's state courts.
The State Justice Institute is a non-profit corporation governed by an 11-member Board of Directors appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate.
There have been valuable joint efforts with the State Justice Institute throughout the 1990s to develop intermediate sanctions in more than 40 jurisdictions.
CAGW compared the FY 2012 budget to its 2012 Prime Cuts recommendations and found the following opportunities to cut wasteful spending: Spending Cut 1-Year Savings 5-Year Savings (millions of dollars) (millions of dollars) -- Eliminate the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grants 519 2,595 -- Eliminate the Economic Development Administration 293 1,465 -- Eliminate the Hollings Manufacturing Extension Partnership 143 715 -- Eliminate the Minority Business Development Agency 30 161 -- Eliminate the Trade Adjustment Assistance Firms Program 16 80 -- Terminate funding for the State Justice Institute 5 25 Citizens Against Government Waste is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to eliminating waste, fraud, mismanagement and abuse in government.
She was nominated by President Barack Obama to be one of the directors of the State Justice Institute, and she was confirmed by the United States Senate.
The Center for Effective Public Policy has partnered with the State Justice Institute (SJI), the National Institute of Corrections, the U.
Barbara Dawicke, senior deputy court administrator in the Eighth Judicial Circuit, recently attended the National Center for State Courts Institute for Court Management course on Court Performance Standards as a recipient of a scholarship awarded by the State Justice Institute.
The State Justice Institute has granted funds to the Judicial Council to carry out this project, known as "2020 Vision: A Plan for the Future of California's Courts.