by: Jasmine J, Radhika P, Nikita A
The Chief Administrator represents the Nation. This branch employs more than 2.7 million government officials with a budget of $2.5 trillion a year. The Chief Administrator is responsible for seeing that "all laws are faithfully executed." The president sets the broad policy for the executive departments and agencies rather than managing their day-to-day operations.
This represents President Bush as Chief Administrator because without his direction or approval, Gonzales wouldn't be able to get every state to uphold their laws on firearm safety.
President Ronald Reagan with Secretary of Defense Caspar Weinberger, Secretary of State George Shultz, Attorney General Ed Meese, and Chief of Staff Don Regan discussing the President’s remarks on the Iran-Contra affair in the Oval Office,
President Obama sign the Telework Enhancement Act of 2010 into law in the Oval Office.
Importance of the role
This is example show the importance of the president as Chief Administrator because the job is to enforce the rules and regulations.