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The Federal Budget and the Nonprofit Sector: FY 94 (1993) « U.S. Publications « Downloads
Date postedJanuary 20, 1993
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CCSS Working Paper #3 | Lester M. Salamon and Alan J. Abramson.
In FY 1993 and FY 1994 the Clinton administration proposed, and Congress passed, significant federal budget increases supporting certain types of nonprofit activities. Because government heavily relies on nonprofits to deliver services, changes in federal spending not only increase the scope of government action in these fields but also increase nonprofit revenues. This increase in funds reversed a ten-year trend in decreased federal support for the nonprofit sector, yet did not bring government funding back up to FY 1980 levels.


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