Will Bush Budge on the Budget

Fenn, Donna
August 2002
Inc.;Aug2002, Vol. 24 Issue 8, p23
Provides information on the Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP), a program of the U.S. Commerce Department to help small manufacturers become more competitive. Reason for the decision of the Office of Management and Budget to recommend reducing the funding of MEP; Original legislation design of MEP; Results of a study conducted by MEP in 2000 on the impact of MEP assistance on sales of manufacturers.


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