subgovernment

subgovernment

(ˈsʌbˌɡʌvəmənt; ˈsʌbˌɡʌvənmənt)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a subdivision of government
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The substate formula allows the Bangsamoro to have a subgovernment that does not necessarily have the power of national government relative to the first fundamental source or arrangement of power (i.e., separation of power), but which is able to have enough power under the division of power (i.e., vertical power in nationallocal relation) that reflects partly a federal form of government but which still enjoys an autonomous character under a unitary setup of government as in the case of the Philippines.
In thinking about the vector analysis of administrative decision making and subgovernment relationships you mentioned earlier, the intervention of Google and other tech firms into policy debates has often been welcomed by the public-interest community as a counterweight to the cable and cell phone companies.
(172) See, e.g., DOUGLAS CATER, POWER IN WASHINGTON 26-48 0964) (arguing that Congress's military industry alliance created a powerful subgovernment, which could lead to consequences in the organization of political power); JOHN LEIPER FREEMAN, THE POLITICAL PROCESS: EXECUTIVE BUREAU-LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE RELATIONS 27 (rev.
The goal is to identify potential participants for engagement (or the subgovernment)--the core group of players or actors who dominate the decision-making process--in order to effect changes in policy.
In the meantime Sberbank reduced its positions in government and subgovernment bonds and corporate shares.
"Policymaking Network of the Iron-Triangle Subgovernment for Licensing Hazardous Waste Facilities." Journal of Economic Issues, Vol.
More specifically, the corrections-industrial complex takes the form of an iron triangle where subgovernment control is established (Lapido, 2001; Thomas, 1994).
The presidency thus emerged as a counterpoise to "subgovernment politics" and "regulatory capture," which were widely criticized as being both inequitable and devoid of rational planning.
the ranchers' "subgovernment was clearly in control of the
Not surprisingly then, our data reflect poorly upon "subgovernment theory" (which has pretty much been reduced to "straw man" status in any case).
Subgovernment can be induced to practice administrative conjunction by central governments.