executive department

NOUN
  1. a federal department in the executive branch of the government of the United States
Linguix Browser extension
Fix your writing
on millions of websites
Start Error-Free Writing Linguix pencil

How To Use executive department In A Sentence

  • From the Council of State is chosen the Council of Ministers, who have direct administrative responsibility for the executive departments.
  • A separate planned shake-up of Executive departments would aim to ensure that civil servants are only answerable to one minister.
  • The veto must be authorized by statute and may only negate what an Executive department or independent agency has proposed.
  • A few alert colleagues were dispersed among the executive departments.
  • The Commission changed the connotation of the word administration from its long-held simple meaning of the personnel of executive departments to the art of managing the public business. Rediscovering Institutions
  • The veto must be authorized by statute and may only negate what an Executive department or independent agency has proposed.
  • Democratic Party Executive Department that should be within in August to elect a new prime minister to avoid political power for too long blank.
  • Moreover, the Treasury is an Executive department, and therefore Congress and the public can more directly oversee how it uses any added authority.
  • Applicants who have objections to legal aid institutions' decision for not providing legal aid may raise their objections to judicial executive department where legal aid institutions are determined.
  • The veto must be authorized by statute and may only negate what an Executive department or independent agency has proposed.
View all
This website uses cookies to make Linguix work for you. By using this site, you agree to our cookie policy