Federal Executive Branch Structure
- Winners and losers. Fenyvesi, Charles // U.S. News & World Report;1/17/94, Vol. 116 Issue 2, p20
States that advance word from the White House is that nine of fourteen cabinet-level agencies will have to get along with less money than before. Big losers including Agriculture, Energy and Transportation; Winners including Labor, Commerce and Education; Biggest winner--Justice.
- Department of Science in House leaders' plans. Wingo, Walter // Design News;4/24/95, Vol. 51 Issue 8, p18
Reports on US House leaders' plans concerning the creation of a Department of Science. Amassing of all nonmilitary research in single cabinet department; Included agencies; Greater support for plans from Republican majority.
- Lawyers buck downsizing trend. Jacobius, Arleen // ABA Journal;Nov95, Vol. 81 Issue 11, p24
Reports on the increase in the number of lawyers employed by the executive branch of the United States government. President Bill Clinton's plan to cut the number of employees in the executive branch; Buyout plan by the government.
- The White House Calendar January 22 to February 20. // Congressional Digest;Mar1930, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p94
Presents information on programs of the U.S. executive department for the period between January 22 to February 20, 1930. Proclamation of treaties with Lithuania on January 22, 1930; Introduction of executive orders concerning various national and international issues; Information on civilian...
- The Cabinet. // Monkeyshines on the United States Government;2001, p38
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- Can government really work? Odenwald, Ralph // New Mexico Business Journal;Sep95, Vol. 19 Issue 9, p17
Reports on the search of American government agencies for alternative management methods to improve the delivery of their services to the general public. Robert Stone as head of National Performance Review red-tape cutting program to reform the federal government; Recognition of systemic...
- They're All Gone. Krause, Kristin S. // Traffic World;4/26/99, Vol. 258 Issue 4, p42
Reports the management changes at Kitty Hawk Inc. in the United States. Resignation of Stephen Murray as general manager; Replacement of Murray by Toby Skaar; Impact of the changes on the operations of the company.
- Postal reform. // Monthly Labor Review;Sep70, Vol. 93 Issue 9, p3
Reports that U.S. President Richard Nixon has signed the bill that established an independent postal service within the Executive Branch, called the United States Postal Service. Wage increases for postal workers; Postal rates.
- Coming soon: Fed TV. // Government Executive;Apr98, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p6
Announces the launching of channel 28, the `Information Super Station,' that will broadcast live feed of federal news events across Washington, D.C. Executive departments to which the television (TV) channel will focus; Other government departments with exclusive television channels; Details on...