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RUNNING HEAD: AGENCY STRUCTURE 1 Agency Structure Allissia Jones Professor Amanda Hodnett PAD 505: Public Budgeting and Finance 17 July 2011
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AGENCY STRUCTURE 2 Determine where each agency lies in the administrative structure of the federal government. Identify it as an executive department or an independent agency. U.S. Corps of Engineers: An executive department and the primary federal manager of the nation’s water resources. The Corps build and maintain much of the nation’s navigation and flood damage reduction infrastructure and regulates the issuance of Clean Water Act dredge and fill and other permits to the private sector. For over 225 years, the Corps has transformed our nation’s rivers and coasts, constructing 11,000 miles of inland waterway navigation channels, 8,500 miles of levees and seawalls, and more than 600 dams (Sanet 2009). The agency also dredges hundreds of millions of cubic yards of material each year from the nation’s rivers and harbors and when Congress added environmental protection to the Corps mission areas, it grew to include some of the nation’s most controversial restoration projects. While Corps projects produced positive economic benefits, it caused environmental harm as well example (freshwater species North America and Hurricane Katrina coastal wetlands (Sanet 2009). The Bureau of Land Management: An independent agency and a small agency with a big mission to sustain the health, productivity and diversity of America’s public lands for the use and enjoyment of present and future generations. It administers more public land-over 250 million surface acres than other federal agency in the U. S. located in 12 west states, including Alaska. The BLM also manages 700 million acres of sub-surface mineral estate throughout the
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  • Spring '11
  • Hodnett
  • Federal government of the United States, Clean Water Act, United States Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Bureau of Land Management, Agency Structure

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