subcabinet


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sub·cab·i·net

 (sŭb′kăb′ə-nĭt)
adj.
Of, relating to, or being an administrative position below cabinet level.

subcabinet

(sʌbˈkæbɪnɪt)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) government a subdivision of a cabinet
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Secretary Gilmore has also served on the subcabinet on Disability, and served as Chairwoman on the Governors Task Force on Reducing Childhood Poverty and on the Governors Social Services Policy Council.
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This subcabinet level includes agencies such as the FDA and FEMA.
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It was the first so-called "strategic dialogue" between the two countries at the subcabinet level since June 2009.
Noting that all these exchanges were successfully accomplished in 2010, both the leaders welcomed the launch of the '2 plus 2' dialogue at Subcabinet / Senior Official level and the launch of a dialogue on Africa at the official level in 2010 as a reflection of wider policy consultation and coordination on foreign policy and security issues.
Deferring to the need for cabinet members to have expertise, they installed, exclusively, ideologically compatible Reagan loyalists into subcabinet spoils positions.
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