Executive Branch

Amerikan Government- Tiffany Smith - Isaiah Joplin

Vice President

Responsibilities

  • May overcast a tied vote.
  • Oversee procedural matters.
  • Counts and presents the votes for the Electoral College.
Influences
  • Basically, just the president with another name. Meant to stand in with president and work closly like president.

People in the presidents cabinet

Secretary and Department of:


  • State- Foreign affairs advisor.
  • the Treasury- economic financial systems
  • Defense- provides protection and army
  • Attorney General
  • the Interior-Federal land and resources programs relating to native americans.
  • Agriculture- Farming
  • Commerce- Creating job/ promote economic growth
  • Labor- Safety wage and hour standards
  • Health and Human Services- food and drug administration
  • Housing and Urban Development- Execute policies.
  • Transportation- Highways, roads and forms of transportation.
  • Energy- High research in energy relating technology.
  • Education- promotes education.
  • Veterans Affairs- Provides services to former US armed forces.
  • Homeland Security- deal with terrorism.
  • Purpose of the National Security Council


Assist the president on National Security and Foreign Policies


  • Office of Management and Budget


Showing his vision across the Executive Branch


  • Duties of the Chief of Staff, Press Secretary, and White House Staff Members
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Agencies within the Cabinet Department

Contains about 500 agencies and departments that tackle tasks given to the, by congress.

These include..

  • FBI, DEA, US Marshals, Army, Navy, IRS, Marines, Forest Service
There are also Independent Agencies

Which include..

  • NASA, Post Office, Peace Corps, Freedom Corps, USGS, CIA
And last but not least.. Regulatory Commissions

Including..

  • ACC, FC, FTC, NCR

  • Purpose of the National Security Council

Assist the president on National Security and Foreign Policies

  • Office of Management and Budget

Showing his vision across the Executive Branch

  • Duties of the Chief of Staff, Press Secretary, and White House Staff Members


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