United States federal executive departments

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  • Treasury Bonds And The National Debt

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    bond, along with Treasury notes and bills, form the Securities which the Federal government borrows from lenders for a set amount of time. Issued by the Department of the Public Debt, a subset of the US Treasury, they are usually issued in 30-year maturities which pay interest twice yearly. Because the debt obligation is backed by the tax-generating, money printing, and understandably trusted government of the United States, bonds are generally considered to be a safe or virtually no-risk investment

  • Role Of A Military Contractor, Strong Communication Skills Essay

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    vocabulary skills. My role within my organization is that of a Compliance Advisor, ensuring all the Federal Regulations are accurately interpreted and in place prior to the shipment of our ballistic weapons to a foreign military entity. What does this mean? I must read, clarify, and strictly adhere to all Federal International Trade Regulations provided by the US State and the US Commerce Departments prior to any product leaving our facility. How do I do this? Prior to entering into a business agreement

  • Essay on Reducing the National Deficit

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    the National Deficit Many United States' citizens are unaware of the country's current financial state. Many assume that one of the world's wealthiest countries could never be in debt. This is untrue however, and, in fact, the country with the greatest income per capita is in major debt. This study will examine possible solutions to reducing the United States' national budget deficit. Understanding the National Deficit The amount of money that the United States government owes as of October

  • The National Government Of The United States

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    Abstract The National Government of the United States of America consists of three branches. These branches of government, which include the legislative branch, the executive branch, and the judicial branch, separate the government 's power into a form of checks and balances. The system of checks and balances has been set in place to allow the three branches to limit the power of the other branches, this way, no branch is more powerful than the others. Each of these three branches of government will

  • The Supreme Law Of The Land

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    The Executive Branch which carries out laws by the President of the United States, Vice President and Cabinet, whereas the Legislative Branch is where the Congress makes the laws. With each branch being able to change the acts of the other branches, this is only if a president vetoes a law that Congress has passed or if the Justice of Supreme Courts overturns an unconstitutional law and if Congress accepts (USA.gov). Even though the connection among Congress and the President of the United States

  • The Case Of The Attorney General

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    The Attorney General is part of the executive branch. They are also in charge of the Department of Justice or the DOJ and chief law enforcement officer of the federal part of the government. The Attorney General represents the US in legal matters and appears before the Supreme Court mostly. The Attorney General 's purpose is to enforce federal criminal law in the United States. The Ohio Attorney General is currently Mike DeWine. Before we start diving into the details of the Attorney General we have

  • Australia 's Constitutional Democracy And The Federal System

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    Australia’s constitutional democracy and the federal republic system in the United States will take place. Australia and the United States are both a part of the federal system. Within the federal system, the national and state governments divide the power in order to govern (Parliamentary Education Office, 2016). Both Australia and the United States have two chambers, the House of Representatives and the Senate. Parliament Education office, (2016) states that there are numerous similarities between

  • US Constitution Then and Now Essay

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    The United States government was founded on a written set of principles known as the Constitution. There have only been 17 amendments, or changes, since ratification. While the United States has evolved with time the role and function of the government, and the way the government guarantees civil rights and liberties, has also evolved. These changes have resulted from changing or broadening of the interpretation of the constitution. Although the core of the constitution has not changed, it has

  • The Department Of Homeland Security

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    The Department of Homeland Security The Department of Homeland Security is an agency made up of 22 different federal agencies which were combined in an effort to streamline the United States effectiveness in defending our nation. The core mission of the Department of Homeland Security include prevent terrorism and enhancing security, secure and manage our borders, enforce and administer our immigration laws, safeguard and secure cyberspace, ensure resilience to disasters (Department of Homeland

  • The New President Faces Challenges At The Department Of Homeland Security

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    The Life of an Executive Order The new president faces significant challenges at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Rectifying these short comings is important if the U.S. is to remain secure and prosperous. On January 27th, 2017, president Trump signed an executive order dealing with immigration. The order took effect immediately and sparked anger and confusion across the nation. Dozens of international travelers were detained at airports across the country. Most of those detained were