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Blue Shield is a Not-for-Profit Organization that offers a wide range of doctors, specialists, hospitals and health plan.
Johns Hopkins University offers undergraduate and graduate degree courses on science, medical, and engineering research and development.
Cleveland Clinic is a nonprofit multispecialty academic medical center that integrates clinical and hospital care with research and education.
UPMC is a nonprofit health enterprise that provides patient care and health insurance services.
Adventist Health System provides senior care, orthopedics, outpatient surgery, pediatrics, psychology, rehabilitation and wound care services.
NASA is is a U.S. government agency that researches and develops aerospace technology.
Per Scholas provides education, technology and economic opportunities to the people in the cycle of poverty.
US DOD offers news, background information, database systems, equipment, multimedia, photo gallery and links for government and military.
GSA supplies products and communications for U.S. government offices, provides transportation and office space to federal employees.
The U.S. Navy is comprised of more than 500,000 sailors and civilians, nearly 300 ships and submarines, and more than 3,700 aircraft.
Arrhythmia Alliance is a manufacture of medical device firm and develops therapies for chronic diseases.
Carilion Clinic operates specialty centers and provides primary health care practices.
MyWorld is an education and research institution that offers undergraduate, graduate and distance education programs.
American National Red Cross provides emergency assistance, disaster relief and education.
The U.S. Department of State is a federal executive department that advises the President and leads the country in foreign policy issues.
Theories in economics about the non-profit sector suggest several different ways of understanding the relationship between non-profit & government partnership and the viewpoints include that these non-profit organizations operate independently as supplements to government, that they works as complements to government in a partnership relationship, and that they are engaged in an adversarial relationship of mutual accountability with government. This non-profit & government partnership serves broad public purposes that include educational, religious, scientific, literary, relief of poverty, and other activities for the public benefit.