The Government Support Services (GSS) office within Office of Management of Budget (OMB) administers statewide central contracts for use by state agencies, school districts, and municipalities which includes their spend data.
This is a public use data file on Delaware Births for 2009 to 2013 obtained from the Delaware certificate of live births. It includes the basic demographic information of the mother and some characteristics of birth.
Delaware's Scenic and Historic Highways Program has been spurred by the creation and policies of the National Scenic Byways Program, first established in 1991 by the federal
Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act (ISTEA). This program, managed by the U.S. Department of Transportation in partnership with state departments of transportation or other
responsible state agencies, designates National Scenic Byways and All-American Roads based on their scenic, historic, recreational, cultural, natural and/or archeological intrinsic qualities.
This data set is derived from vendor provided usage reports and is limited to spend with the identified vendor under the specific cooperative contract identified. Cooperatives are utilized within Delaware’s Procurement activities pursuant to 29 Del. C., §§6933 and 6987. Some vendors have multiple contracts with the State and further data regarding business done with any identified vendor may be found in the State Checkbook and State Employee Credit Card Transactions datasets.
A listing of professionals issued Class F licenses authorizing them to remove, transport or dispose of the solid and liquid contents of septic tanks, cesspools, grease traps, seepage pits, holding tanks, portable toilets or other wastewater treatment or disposal facilities.