Yes. The president-elect draws up a list of candidates after consulting with campaign advisers, congressional leaders, and representatives of interest groups. The senate then holds confirmation hearings on the president's nominees for cabinet posts.
The president's main advisory body is his Cabinet - which he appoints
The President of the United States does decide the size of his cabinet. He or she also decides on whether to 'delete' a cabinet position.
Yes, the president picks his cabinet. His choices must be confirmed by the Senate.
The Cabinet is an advisory body made up of the heads of the 15 executive departments. Appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate,
The president of the United States proposes the size of his cabinet. Then this proposal is submitted to the US Senate for acceptance or rejection depending on a simple majority.
Yes, he picks them. His choices have to be approved by the US Senate.
yes. The president chooses his cabinet members. They have to be confirmed by the US Senate and they have been known to reject his choice.
Abe Lincoln was the tallest president ever at 6 feet 4 inches tall. He wore a size 14 shoe.
Probably hundreds of different ones. One was given out by a chain of gas stations in the 1950s.
The common shoe size is a size 9.
Texas is similar in size to Ukraine.
As a president, in determining the size of my cabinet( the ministers who advices and see to the formation of policies) i will consider certain factors such as geographical spread, the ability of the workforce and the like that influences span of control.
One of the definitions of cabinet is: a body of advisers of a head of state. Therefore, as a body of advisers to the President of the United States, the term Cabinet is fitting. The name comes from English history and the cabinet of the king of England existed long before there was a United States.
branch size of a cabinet then and now
No. The country has increased in size and the government now deals with far more areas than it did when there were 5 cabinet members. (The number of the cabinet members could probably be cut, but every department has its lobby and they are very vocifereous when threatened.)
Louis XIV of France built the colossal Palace of Versailles. In that palace he made sure all his enemies and advisers lived with him. He couldn't meet with all of them at the same time, so whenever he was in the bathroom doing his business, his advisers would speak with him and make decisions through the cabinet door. The reference to the cabinet is where the idea for the name of the President's cabinet originates.
A large size file cabinet won't be cheap. The normal price for a large size file cabinet is around the $200-$300 range, and is not for home use, unless you have a home business.
That is the screen size, for the cabinet, dimensions depend on brand
This product is a tv that attaches to the underside of a cabinet. It holds a 7" LCD TV.
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A cabinet office cost around $150, it depends on the size of it and what kind is the material used on it.
One can easily install shelves into cabinets. First, measure out the size of the cabinet. Cut a shelf that size from a piece of plywood. Make sure the shelf sits squarely and snugly in the cabinet and screw it in place from the sides and back.