Executive Office of the President


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Noun1.Executive Office of the President - the branch of the United States government that is responsible for carrying out the lawsExecutive Office of the President - the branch of the United States government that is responsible for carrying out the laws
AEC, Atomic Energy Commission - a former executive agency (from 1946 to 1974) that was responsible for research into atomic energy and its peacetime uses in the United States
Manhattan Project - a former United States executive agency that was responsible for developing atomic bombs during World War II
executive department - a federal department in the executive branch of the government of the United States
executive agency - an agency of the executive branch of government
U.S., U.S. government, United States government, US Government, United States - the executive and legislative and judicial branches of the federal government of the United States
branch, subdivision, arm - a division of some larger or more complex organization; "a branch of Congress"; "botany is a branch of biology"; "the Germanic branch of Indo-European languages"
Chief Executive, President of the United States, United States President, President - the person who holds the office of head of state of the United States government; "the President likes to jog every morning"
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The GOP document also suggests Newbold's concerns were "overblown," saying that four or five of the clearance denials for "very serious reasons" were a small fraction of about 5,000 employees who work in the Executive Office of the President.
(i)   The Report of the Executive Office of the President of June 2013 (The President's Climate Action Plan); and
John Fitzpatrick has begun his new role as senior director for records access and information security management on the National Security Council (NSC), part of the Executive Office of the President, according to the Federal Times.
In the late 1930s, President Franklin Roosevelt moved the Bureau of the Budget--today known as the Office of Management and Budget--from Treasury to the executive office of the president, giving the chief executive even greater involvement in budgets.
"The administration opposes the way the bill uses the countervailing duty process to address currency undervaluation," the Executive Office of the President said in a statement, signaling the president could veto the bill if it reaches his desk.
The section on the executive branch discusses White House staff, the cabinet, the Executive Office of the President, Bureau of the Budget, Office of Management and Budget, and political appointees, as well as the president's removal power and the unitary executive theory.
Prior to his approximately fifteen-year career with Aflac, Lake practiced law in Washington, DC and also served as director of Japan Affairs and special counsel at the Office of the US Trade Representative in the Executive Office of the president.
The section on federal agencies contains 18 main chapters, 12 subchapters, and 510 listings, dealing with the Department of Homeland Security and its directorates and related federal departments, plus the Environmental Protection Agency, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, the Executive Office of the President, and the US House of Representatives and Senate.
The USTR post, which Froman has held since June, is part of the executive office of the president and was created by President Kennedy in 1962 as an ambassadorial and advisory role that would help presidents formulate trade policy.
Executive Office of the President. (2013) The Fast Track to Civilian Employment: Streamlining Credentialing and Licensing for Service Members, Veterans, and Their Spouses.
The Executive Office of the President claims to have evidence the government may have failed to meet its obligations to protect the rights of workers as part of the landmark deal, according to a report in the Gulf Daily News, our sister publication.
Prior to that, he served as Associate Director for Science in the Office of Science and Technology Policy in the Executive Office of the President from 1995 to 1997.

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