Administration and Enforcemnet
Associates of The Executive Branch
Congressional District 1 : Representative Steve Scalise
Congressional District 2 : Representative Cedric L. Richmond
Congressional District 3 : Representative Charles W. Boustany Jr.
Congressional District 4 : Representative John Fleming
Congressional District 5 : Representative Ralph Lee Abraham
Congressional District 6 : Representative Garret Graves
22 Executive Departments
- The Cabinet- has 15 executive departments.
- Department of Agriculture- develops policy on farming and agriculture and food.
- The Department of Commerce- improves living standards for all Americans by promoting economic development and technological innovation.
- Department of defense- provides military forces to protect and secure out Country.
- Department of education- fosters education excellence and equal access to education.
- Department of energy- advances the national, economic, emery security of the US.
- Department of health and human services- works to prevent disease outbreaks, assure food and drug safety and provide health insurance.
- Department of home land security- prevents terrorist attacks and protects American people.
- Department of housing and Urban development- addresses america's housing needs.
- Department of the interior- protects American natural resources, offers recreation opportunities and protect fish and wild life.
- Department of Justice- enforce the law and defends the interest of the US according to the law.
- Department of Labor- address job training, safe working conditions, and fair pay.
- Department of State- employments the president foreign policy.
- Department of transportation- insures fast, safe, efficient, accessible, and convenient transportation.
- Department for the Treasury- is responsible for economic prosperity.
- Department of veterans affairs- administers benefits for veterans and their family's.
Different Types of Boards
Some are purely advisory boards while some are management boards.
- Still others are quite independent.
- Some boards make rules and then investigate and decide whether the rules are being properly followed.
- These quasi-judicial agencies combine legislative, executive, and judicial functions.