President's Message on Consolidation of Government Agencies: Hearings Before the Committee on Expenditures in the Executive Departments, House of Representatives, Seventy-second Congress, Second Session, on Message from the President of the United States, December 9, 1932, Transmitting a Message to Group, Coordinate and Consolidate Executive and Administrative Agencies of the Government as Nearly as May Be, According to Major Purposes

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Página 27 - Government; (3) to increase the efficiency of the operations of the Government to the fullest extent practicable; (4) to group, coordinate, and consolidate agencies and functions of the Government, as nearly as may be, according to major purposes...
Página 83 - The administrative duties, powers and functions of the Committee on the Conservation and Administration of the Public Domain...
Página 107 - Bureau in 1921. On June 10, 1933, President Roosevelt, by Executive order, transferred the functions of the Federal Board for Vocational Education to the Department of the Interior and...
Página 108 - Hon. JOHN J. COCHRAN, Chairman, Committee on Expenditures in the Executive Departments, House of Representatives, Washington, DC APRIL 24, 1937.
Página 99 - ... (b) Consolidate the functions vested in any executive agency ; or "(c) Abolish the whole or any part of any executive agency and/or the functions thereof; and "(d) Designate and fix the name and functions of any consolidated activity or executive agency and the title, powers...
Página 99 - SEc. 5. That should the President, in redistributing the functions among the executive agencies as provided in this Act. conclude that any bureau should be abolished and it or their duties and functions conferred upon some other department or bureau or eliminated entirely, he shall report his conclusions to Congress with such recommendations as he may deem proper.
Página 99 - Designate and fix the name and functions of any consolidated activity or executive agency and the title, powers, and duties of its executive head; except that the President shall not have authority under this title to abolish or transfer an executive department and/or all the functions thereof.
Página 99 - General, and which bond shall be conditioned to well and faithfully hold, administer, and account for all money and property in the United States due or belonging to an enemy or ally of enemy...
Página 35 - The CHAIRMAN. In the absence of objection, that will be done. Mr.
Página 86 - President, through such methods as he might employ, in making a study and report on the conservation and administration of the public domain.

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