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Family Ties for Rep. C.W. Bill Young (R-Florida, 13th)
Died in Office, Oct. 18, 2013
Alternate Name: Charles William Young

 
Below we show financial and other ties of note between this member of Congress and his or her family members. Much or all of the data was made possible with the exhaustive research by Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington.
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Family Ties Rep. C.W. Bill Young Family

Family Member Rep. C.W. Bill Young (self)

  • EarmarksRep. C.W. Bill Young is associated with organizations that have received earmarks from him:

    • National Forensic Science Technology Center was listed on earmark requests:
      • $2,000,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as National Forensic Science Technology Center, Forensic Technology Center of Excellence
      • $1,600,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Expansion of the Forensic Intelligence Technologies and Training Support Center of Excellence
      • $1,750,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as National Forensic Science Technology Center, Forensic Technology Center of Excellence
      • $1,600,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Expansion of Mobile Forensic Labs and Technical Assistance and Training Support in Largo Florida
    • Science Applications International Corp. was listed on earmark requests:
      • $2,400,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Battlefield Sensor Netting
      • $2,400,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Battlefield Sensor Netting
      • $2,000,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Environmental Bioterrorism Detection Program
    • Alliant Techsystems Inc. (related to Florida Senate) was listed on earmark requests:
      • $4,000,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as AN/AARJ)7B(V)X Missile Warning System
      • $4,000,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as AN/AAR-47
      • $3,200,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as RC-26B Modernization Program
    • Florida A&M University (related to Florida Senate) was listed an earmark request:
      • $800,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Advanced Stand off Technologies for National Security
    • Florida National Guard (related to Florida Senate) was listed on earmark requests:
      • $4,000,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Regional Emergency Response Network Emergency Cell Phone Capability
      • $2,900,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Florida Counter-Drug Program
      • $2,400,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Florida National Guard Total Force Integration
      • $2,000,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as WMD Civil Support Team for Florida
      • $1,200,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as WMD Civil Support Team for Florida
      • $1,600,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as Florida National Guard Missile Range Safety Technology
      • $1,300,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as A Second Civil Support Team for Weapons of Mass Destruction in Florida
      • $1,200,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as A Second Civil Support Team for Weapons of Mass Destruction in Florida
      • $300,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as A Second Civil Support Team for Weapons of Mass Destruction in Florida
    • State of Florida (related to Florida Senate) was listed an earmark request:
      • $376,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Florida State Attorney's Community Prosecution Program
    • St. Petersburg (Fla.) College (related to Florida Senate) was listed on earmark requests:
      • $2,800,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as National Terrorism Preparedness Institute, Anti-Terrorism/Counter-Terrorism Technology Development and Training
      • $2,800,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Multi-Jurisdictional Counter-Drug Task Force Training
      • $1,500,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as St. Petersburg College National Terrorism Preparedness Institute
      • $300,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as St. Petersburg College, Clearwater, FL for a healthcare informatics program, including curriculum development and purchase of equipment
      • $800,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as St. Petersburg College National Terrorism Preparedness Institute
      • $476,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as St. Petersburg College, Clearwater, FL for an orthotics and prosthetics program
      • $400,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as St. Petersburg College Florida Regional Community Policing Institute
      • $95,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as St. Petersburg College, Clearwater, FL for a health care informatics education initiative, which may include the purchase of equipment and technology
      • $3,000,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Multi-Jurisdictional Counter-Drug Task Force Training
      • $2,400,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as National Terrorism Preparedness Institute Counter-Terrorism Technology Development Training
      • $478,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as St. Petersburg College, for facilities and equipment
      • $287,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as St. Petersburg College, for a distance learning program, including technology upgrades and purchase of equipment
    • Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (related to Florida Senate) was listed an earmark request:
      • $1,000,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Center for Deployment Psychology
    • University of Florida (Gainesville) (related to Florida Senate) was listed an earmark request:
      • $1,000,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Research Support for Nanoscale Sciences and Technologies
    • University of South Florida (related to Florida Senate) was listed on earmark requests:
      • $2,800,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Countermeasures to Chemical and Biological Controls-Rapid Response
      • $2,400,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Autonomous Marine Sensors and Networks for Rapid Littoral Assessment
      • $1,600,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Countermeasures to Combat Protozoan Parasites (Toxoplasmosis and Malaria)
      • $500,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as University of South Florida, Tampa, FL for the Cancer Clinical Trial project
      • $190,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as University of South Florida, Tampa, FL for the Cancer Clinical Trials project
      • $4,000,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Countermeasures to Chemical/Biological Control-Rapid Response
      • $1,600,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Autonomous Marine Sensors and Networks for Rapid Littoral Assessment
      • $1,000,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Integrated Functional Materials Initiative
      • $1,000,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Reparative Core Medicine
      • $600,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as University of South Florida to establish a Center for the Development of Information Technology
      • $527,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as University of South Florida, Tampa, FL for the Florida Cancer Clinical Trials Project
      • $500,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Biomedical Engineering Initiative
    • University of West Florida (related to Florida Senate) was listed an earmark request:
      • $262,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as University of West Florida, Pensacola, FL for the Turnaround Business Assistance Program
    • U.S. National Guard (related to Florida Senate) was listed on earmark requests:
      • $20,907,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as Regional Training Institute Ph 4
      • $15,524,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Regional Training Institute Phase III - Joint Ops Center Training Facility
    • U.S. Special Operations Command (related to Florida Senate) was listed an earmark request:
      • $800,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as SOCOM Enterprise-wide Data and Knowledge Management System

Family Member Ashley Abreu Young (daughter-in-law)

  •   Salary The congressional office of Rep. C.W. Bill Young (R-FL) paid Case Assistant Ashley Abreu Young $160,647 in salary from 2007 - 2011.


Family Member Cynthia Young (Cindy) (daughter-in-law)


Family Member Charles William Young II (Billy) (son)

  • EarmarksCharles William Young II is associated with organizations that have received earmarks from Rep. C.W. Bill Young (R-FL):

    • National Forensic Science Technology Center was listed on earmark requests:
      • $2,000,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as National Forensic Science Technology Center, Forensic Technology Center of Excellence
      • $1,600,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Expansion of the Forensic Intelligence Technologies and Training Support Center of Excellence
      • $1,750,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as National Forensic Science Technology Center, Forensic Technology Center of Excellence
      • $1,600,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Expansion of Mobile Forensic Labs and Technical Assistance and Training Support in Largo Florida

Family Member Patrick Young (son)


Family Member Beverly Angello Young (wife)