7SS – Executive Branch

What is the Executive Branch?

What is the Purpose of the Executive Branch?

Response Questions – Give the name of the Secretary and Duties of each of the cabinet position.

Secretary of State

Secretary of Treasury

Secretary of Defense

Attorney General

Secretary of the Interior

Secretary of Agriculture

Secretary of Commerce

Secretary of Labor

Secretary of Health and Human Services

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development

Secretary of Transportation

Secretary of Energy

Secretary of Education

Secretary of Veterans Affairs

Secretary of Homeland Security

 

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2 thoughts on “7SS – Executive Branch

  1. Secretary of State- the head of the State Department, responsible for foreign affairs
    Secretary of Treasury– head of the Department of the Treasury, and deals with all financial and monetary matters directly relating to the government.
    Secretary of Defense–the leader and chief executive officer of the Department of Defense
    Attorney General–the principal legal officer who represents a country or a state in legal proceedings and gives legal advice to the government.
    Secretary of the Interior– head of the Department of the Interior
    Secretary of Agriculture–Leader of the Agriculture departement
    Secretary of Commerce– is the voice of business in government.
    Secretary of Labor–fosters and promotes the welfare of the job seekers, wage earners,
    Secretary of Health and Human Services–work to address complex, multifaceted, and evolving health and human services issues.
    Secretary of Housing and Urban Development–support community development and increase home ownership
    Secretary of Transportation–responsible for helping maintain and develop the nation’s transportation systems and infrastructure
    Secretary of Energy-promotes America’ energy security through reliable
    Secretary of Education–is responsible for supporting the education of American children and adults in schools and colleges across the country
    Secretary of Veterans Affairs–is responsible for providing vital services to America’s veterans VA provides health care services benefits programs and access to national cemeteries to former military personnel and their dependants
    Secretary of Homeland Security–to make the various government agencies performing border protection and similar functions all work for the same boss

  2. Secretary of State: the head of the State Department, responsible for foreign affairs.

    Secretary of Treasury: Head of the Department of the Treasury.

    Secretary of Defense: The leader and chief executive officer of the Department of Defense

    Attorney General: The principal legal officer who represents a country or a state in legal proceedings and gives legal advice to the government.

    Secretary of the Interior: Head of the Department of the Interior.

    Secretary of Agriculture: Leader of the Agriculture departement.

    Secretary of Commerce: Is the voice of business in government.

    Secretary of Labor: Fosters and promotes the welfare of the job seekers, wage.

    Secretary of Health and Human Services: Work to address complex, multifaceted.

    Secretary of Housing and Urban Development: It support community development and increase home ownership.

    Secretary of Transportation: Responsible for helping maintain and develop the nation’s transportation systems and infrastructure.

    Secretary of Energy: Promotes America’ energy security through reliable

    Secretary of Education: is responsible for supporting the education of American children and adults in schools and colleges across the country.

    Secretary of Veterans Affairs: Is responsible for providing vital services to America’s veterans VA provides health care services benefits programs.

    Secretary of Homeland Security: To make the various government agencies performing border protection and similar functions all work for the same boss.

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