Olympic Games: Federal Government Provides Significant Funding and Support
Info. on (1) the amount of Fed. funding and support provided to the 1984 and 1996 Summer Olympic Games (OG), and planned for the 2002 Winter OG, and the types of projects and activities that were funded and supported; and (2) the Fed. policies, legislative authorizations, and agency controls in place for providing the federal funds and support to the OG. Includes the evaluation of the 5 projects: development of the Ocoee Whitewater Rapids Slalom venue for the 1996 Summer OG; use of Fed. employees to provide security during the 1996 OG; payment of Atlanta Paralympic Organizing Comm. staff salaries; payment of Paralympic Games' opening ceremony entertainers costs; and vet. assist. during the Paralympic Games.
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$2 Billion 1996 Olympic Games 1996 Summer Olympic 2002 Winter Olympic According ACOG Administration Angeles APOC employees appropriate beneﬁt Billion in Federal capital improvement projects costs Department disability sports Disabled Athletes Fund expenditures federal funding federal government provided ﬁscal Forest Service funding and support Games in Atlanta Games in Salt Governmentwide Policy highway host city host the Games host the Olympic infrastructure million Ocoee Whitewater Slalom ofﬁcials Olympic and Paralympic Olympic organizing committee Olympic venues Olympic-related projects opening ceremony Paralympic Games personnel Planned for 1984 planned to provide planning and staging Policy on Federal prepare the host projects and activities projects or activities Provided or Planned Randstad related services request salaries of APOC Salt Lake City security-related services signiﬁcant SLOC speciﬁcally designated spectator transportation system Summer and 2002 Summer Olympic Games Support Provided United USOC Utah VA’s Whitewater Slalom venue Winter Olympic Games
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Page 37 - Defense or the commander of a specified or unified combatant command to provide assistance for the World Cup Soccer Games, the Goodwill Games, the Olympics, and any other civilian sporting event in support of essential security and safety at such event, but only if the Attorney General certifies that such assistance is necessary to meet essential security and safety needs.").
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Page 22 - We requested comments on a draft of this report from the heads, or their designees, of the Federal Reserve, OCC, Treasury, and SEC.
Page 27 - ... federal law enforcement agencies such as the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, US Customs Service, etc.
Page 76 - Personnel costs are generally not included in these amounts, with the exception of the US Forest Service figure. Totals do not include about $28 million received by ACOG from the US Mint as a result of the sale of Olympic Commemorative Coins. '"Designated by Congress...
Page 7 - Allegations involving other matters wen referred to appropriate agency inspectors general. This report contains matters for congressional consideration and recommendations to the Director, Office of Personnel Management, to clarify use of the Ramspeck Act appointment authority and to strengthen oversight of career appointments. As agreed with your offices, unless you publicly announce its contents earlier, we plan no further distribution of this report until 30 days from the date of...
Page 27 - ... believed that the host cities for Olympic Games held before 1984 often overextended themselves by trying to complete state-of-the-art Olympic venues and related capital improvement projects. Such actions, in their view, pushed those host cities into debt that remained long after the Games. As a result, city officials decided that they (1) would not undertake any new construction or capital improvements specifically for the Olympic Games and (2) would encourage spectators to use the transit or...