Kaitlyn Simmons and Breanna McCormick
Secretaries of the 15 Executive Departments
White House Chief of Staff
Council of Economic Advisors Chair (Economy)
U.S Trade Representative (Foreign trade)
Office of Management and Budget (National budget)
Head of Environmental Protection Agency (environment)
Official of National Drug Control Policy (war on drugs)
- U.S Ambassador to the United Nations (foreign policy)
Purpose/Duty: Direct the individual departments of the government, advise the President on any matter relative to their department
National Security Council: Purpose: Advises President on National Security Concerns, actions, and issuesWho is in it?: Headed by the President's National Security Advisor, Secretary of State, Secretary of Defense, Secretary of The Treasury, Vice President, Head of the CIA, Commanders of the Four Branches, President's Chief of Staff
it is the government agency that is for technology, science, and air & space.
USA Freedom Corps
it is a White House office and 5th policy council with the Executive Office.
United States Postal Service
the U.S. Mail, Postal Service, or Post office, it is responsible for providing postal service to the United States
it is a program in the government that people volunteer to help people in other countries to learn the American culture, and helping Americans to understand other cultures.
it is the United States Geological Survey, it is a the study of landscape and the natural resources and natural hazards in the U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency
they protect human health and environment by enforcing and writing laws of regulation.
What is it?
The federal organizations and agencies that are in the Executive Branch
Examples of Agencies
Justice: they handle legal affairs
Agencies: FBI, DEA, US Marshals
FBI: they defend & protect the US against foreign threats and terrorist
DEA: they catch drug dealers and smugglers
US Marshals: federal arrest warrants, transport prisoners, the witness protection program, catching fugitives
Interior: natural resources
Agencies: Bureau of Indian Affairs, National Parks Service, Forest Services
Bureau of Indian Affairs:
National Parks Service
Defense: protect US
Agencies: Coast Guard, Marines, Navy, Army
Coast Guard: the military multi-mission in both domestic and international waters.
Marines: it is a part of the Navy department and cooperated with the U.S. Naval forces at sea.
Navy: the warfare service of the United States Armed Forces, it is the largest navy in the world.
Army: Defend the U.S. and its missions
Treasury: manage money
- IRS: it is the government agency that collects and enforces taxes.
Agencies: The Federal Reserve System, Nuclear Regulatory Commission's, Department of Energy, Federal Communications Commission
The Federal Reserve System: in charge of all U.S. money
Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s: License and regulates the Nation's use of radioactive materials
Department of Energy: regardes safety and energy in handling nuclear material.
Federal Communications Commission: to regulate cable, radio, television, satellite, and wire in the U.S.
Federal Reserve System
in charge of all U.S. money
Nuclear Regulatory Commission
license's and regulates the nations use of radioactive materials
Department of Energy
Regards safety and energy in handling nuclear material
Federal Communications Commision
Office of Management and Budget/Duties
Role: to help the president prepare the annual federal budget and to look at it with the executive branch agencies.
Chief of Staff: he is closest to the president, he is the chief of all advisors, writes the president's agenda, helps president decide policies.
Press Secretary: he speaks to the people & media
- White House Staff members: they are employed for expert advice, foreign affairs, political strategies, deals with congress & more