The Department of Defense includes the armed forces of the United States. Within the DOD is a separate Secretary of the Army who is concerned specifically with the activities of the US Army.
attorney general secretary of energy secretary of health and human services secretary of education secretary of defense secretary of transportation secretary of commerce secretary of state secretary of the interior secretary of the treasury
President Taft signed the Department of Labor into law on March 4 1913
He is not legally required to consult his cabinet, but surely he would want to let his cabinet know what he is proposing, both as a matter of political courtesy and for the value of their expert input and advice on how to write the law and how to get it passed.
The Executive Branch. The executive branch (branch with president) makes sure that the laws of the United States are obeyed.
border security is always hiring
The cabinet positions are law making approval of spending and taxes There are 15 cabinet positions. They include: Department of Agriculture Department of Interior Department of Commerce Department of Justice Department of Defense Department of Labor Department of Education Department of State Department of Energy Department of Transportation Department of Health and Human Services Department of Treasury Department of Housing and Urban Development Department of Veteran Affairs Department of Homeland Security
The National Security Act of 1947 is the law that unified the armed forces by creating the Department of Defense. The Department of Defense is a Cabinet post that assists the President of the United States in protecting the country.
Yes but only if Martial Law is declared.
There is no "law" passed specifically to authorize body scanners. The Homeland Security Act, which was the enabling legislation for the Department of Homeland Security, is the basis under which that Cabinet level department operates.
The Department of Defense
The current Florida Law Enforcement Commissioner is Gerald M. Bailey. He was appointed Commissioner of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement on Dec. 5, 2006, by Governor Jeb Bush and the Florida Cabinet.
Executive branch. The federal law enforcement agencies, such as the FBI, the US Marshals, the Dea all fall under the Department of Justice, which is part of the Cabinet.
I believe you're referring to the "Defense Support to Civil Authorities" (DSCA).
The president acts as Chief Executive when he carries out federal law.
In 1839 Congress established the Agricultural Division within the Patent Office and allotted $1,000 for "the collection of agricultural statistics and other agricultural purposes." In 1849 the Patent Office was transferred to the newly created Department of the Interior. In the ensuing years, agitation for a separate bureau of agriculture within the Department or a separate department devoted to agriculture kept recurring. On May 15, 1862, President Abraham Lincoln established the independent Department of Agriculture to be headed by a Commissioner without cabinet status. Farmers tried to raise the Department of Agriculture to Cabinet rank. In 1887, the House and Senate passed bills giving cabinet status to the Department of Agriculture and Labor, but farm interests objected to the addition of labor, and the bill was killed in conference. Finally, on February 9, 1889, President Grover Cleveland signed a bill into law elevating the Department of Agriculture to Cabinet level.
The attorney general is the head of the United States Department of Justice.He is the chief law enforcement officer for the US government, and is concerned primarily with legal affairs.