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cnc1 chapter 9

bureaucracy

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Why was latest Cabinet organized? to help protect the nation from threat
What is the Cabinet's name? The Department of Homeland Security
How many Federal Government Departments are in the Presidents Cabinet? 15 Cabinets
Who are the leaders of the Federal Government Departments? a secretary is appointed by the President and then confirmed by Senate, except for attorney general who is for the Department of Justice
Which is the largest Federal Government Department? Department of Defense and Veteran's Affairs
Which Federal Government Department spends the most money? Department of Defense
What are the basic characteristics of bureaucracy? hierarchy of authority, specialization of functions, strict adherence to established policy
Created by: jjcma5