Applicants must propose projects that build on previously identified molecular profiles.
Applicants to this initiative should not propose projects addressing early detection of cancer in asymptomatic or high-risk populations or risk of progression of pre-malignant lesions.
Applicants may propose the use of a variety of analytical platforms(s).
Applicants may propose to obtain tissues from a previous collection or prospectively, as long as the specific aims proposed can be accomplished within the period of the grant award.
First Security proposes to divest three branches in the market, with $77 million in deposits (representing approximately 6.3 percent of market deposits).
First Security proposes to divest eight branches in the market, with $359 million in deposits (representing approximately 20.1 percent of market deposits) to an out-of-market banking organization or an in-market banking organization that currently controls 2.4 percent or less of market deposits.
First Security proposes to divest four branches in the market, with $221 million in deposits (representing approximately 35.7 percent of market deposits).
In his fiscal 1993 budget requests, the President proposes spending $1.37 billion for the U.S.
The President proposes a 32 percent increase - to $ 812 million - for federal programs aimed at conserving wetlands.
to lower the approval level for subcontracting plans that contain a small disadvantaged business goal of less than 5 percent, from two levels above the contracting officer to one level above the contracting officer.
The Commission proposes to reposition certain supplementary schedule information currently required under Rule 12-09 of Regulation S-X within a new Item 302(c) of Regulation S-K.
(3) The schedule of information that the Commission proposes to be disclosed, in terms of detail, scope, and effect -- and the confidential thought processes it reflects -- is very much akin to the information contained in independent accountants' tax accrual workpapers, which were the focus of the Supreme Court's decision in United States v.