PLS 260-267 - The Executive Organization The Executive...

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The Executive Organization pg. 260-267 The Executive Organization With the New Deal and World War 2, the presidential staff became a sizable organization. The Cabinet -an advisory group selected by the president to aid in decision making. Members of the Cabinet Today the cabinet consists of 14 department secretaries and the attorney general. -Kitchen cabinet - the informal advisers to the president Presidential Use of Cabinets Neither the Constitution nor statutory law requires the president to consult with the cabinet; its use is purely discretionary. The Executive Office of the President -Executive Office of President (EOP) - An organization est’d. by the President Franklin D. Roosevelt by executive order under Reorganization Act of 1939 to assist the president in carrying out major duties. Agencies created within the EOP: National Security Council White House Office Council of Economic Advisers Council of Envir.
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course PLS 1-275 taught by Professor Sherrill during the Fall '07 term at Miss. College.

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