The Federal bureaucracy is given discretionary authority, which basicly gives it the power to make policies not spelled out in constitution. This power has allowed the bureaucracy to grow, and given them independence.
Discretionary power is the ability to act or make decisions according to one's own judgment.The Supreme Court primarily exercises judicial discretion over two related areas:Granting Extraordinary Writs, such as writs of habeas corpus, mandamus, prohibition, and certiorari, that allow the Court to command action from certain parties or official bodies for the benefit of the petitioner. The scope of and application of this authority is outlined in Rule 20 of the Supreme Court Rules (see Related Links and Related Questions, below).Discretionary Review Authority allows the Court to decide which cases it deems worthy of hearing under its appellate jurisdiction. Discretionary review is closely tied to extraordinary writs, as the authority is exercised by issuance of a writ of certiorari, or order to the lower courts to transmit case files when a petition is granted.Congress allowed the Supreme Court discretion over cases involving diversity, patent, revenue, criminal and admiralty issues in the Judiciary Act of 1891, and extended their authority to include the majority of cases in the Judiciary Act of 1925 (also called the Certiorari Act), legislation designed to reduce the justices' workload without increasing the size of the Court. At present, the Court has complete discretion over the cases it hears, and is no longer subject to mandatory appellate jurisdiction.For more information, see Related Questions and Related Links, below.
The national government's control of immigration is an example of Inherent Powers. An inherent power is an authority that isn't passed down from anyone else, but which is naturally (inherently) yours. In governments this is often interpreted as the authority to do things that aren't delegated by the constitution or laws to anyone else.
At your Discretion. It's your choice. Example: on a restaurant bill 'Tips discretionary'
There are a great many examples in the world of discretionary spending. Discretionary spending can be as simple as choosing whether you want to spend your money on ice cream.
Budget items that remain the same month to moth is an example of a fixed expense that is paid for with discretionary funds. Discretionary fund is the money that is subject to one's own control.
Discretionary fiscal policies are those that are enacted in response to a need, for example, a tax cut. Non-discretionary fiscal policies are those that happen regardless of conditions or need, for example, the welfare system.
It means that although you possess the authority and the ability to do something, you may "choose" not to take any action.
The extent to which appointed bureaucrats can choose courses of action and make policies not spelled out in advance by laws.
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Discretionary income is calculated by taking your gross income minus your expenses and what you are left with is discretionary income. Most Americans do not have a large amount of discretionary income.
business discretionary powers
Bills that provide budget authority for annual discretionary spending must be completed by June each year. Legislative changes can also be made for mandatory spending or tax provisions at this time.