Cabinet, Agencies, White House Staff, Departments
- 100 men and women
- 15 secretaries/departments
- generally the heads of the federal executive departments
- Direct the individual departments of the government and advise the president on any matter relative of their department
500 departments, agencies, administrations, authorities, and commissions that carry out responsibilities assigned to them through congressional legislation.
Agencies within the cabinets departments
President Line of Succession
National Security Council
Created in 1947 to advise the president on military, foreign policy, National Security concerns and Issues.
Office of Management
The office assist the president in preparing the annual federal budget and to over see its administration.
Chief of Staff
The man closet to the president and sets the agenda for the day.
Spokesman person for the media and the American People
White House Staff
People employed to aid to the president's personal aid, advisors, and staff who advise him on all matters dealing with the Nation.
10 organizations created to be independent from presidential and political party involvement. They report to keep politics out of their operations. Commissioners are appointed by the president and confirmed by the senate.
Can create rules and regulations
Investigate and Enforce rules and regulations
Decide disputes and enact penalties