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What are the two main jobs of the head of the Executive branch of government?
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What is the primary purpose of the Executive Branch?
What is the function of the executive branch of the US government?
What are two jobs of the executive branch?
The power of the Executive Branch is vested in the President of the United States, who also acts as head of state and Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces. The President is responsible for implementing and enforcing the laws written by Congress and, to that end, appoints the heads of the federal agencies, including the Cabinet. The Vice President is also part of the Executive Branch, ready to assume the Presidency should the need arise. i got this from http://www.whitehouse.gov/our-government/executive-branch
What is jobs of the executive branch?
The executive branch consists of the president, vice president and 15 Cabinet-level departments such as State, Defense, Interior, Transportation and Education. The primary power of the executive branch rests with the president, who chooses his vice president, and his Cabinet members who head the respective departments. A crucial function of the executive branch is to ensure that laws are carried out and enforced to facilitate such day-to-day responsibilities of the federal government as collecting taxes, safeguarding the homeland and representing the United States' political and economic interests around the world.
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Where can one apply for executive protection jobs?
Executive Protection Jobs can branch off into other areas including Government Protection including Witness Protection Programs, VIP Protection or Celebrity Bodyguards and Security. Working in Government Protection Jobs will require more training and experience such as firearm training and knowledge. One can apply for Executive Protection jobs on Celeb Broker or a job specialist site.
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What are the executive branch represented by and what are their jobs?
How do the people in the executive branch get their jobs?
What do the executive branch have to do for their job?
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What are three jobs of the executive branch of government?
The president can do three things to a bill: ignore, veto and sign. If it is vetod then it goes back to Congress and if the really like the idea and want it to become a law then if they vote 2/3 of the congress members to vote in favor of the bill becoming a law. ---- The primary responsibility of the executive branch of government is the enforcement of laws.
What does the exececutive branch of the government do?
In most forms of government, the executive branch is tasked with two major jobs: enforcement of the laws of the country, and defense of the country from external threats. Most modern executive branches are also tasked with what is termed "international relations" - that is, managing relationships with other sovereign countries (negotiating treaties, setting inter-country disputes, etc).
What are the jobs of three branches of the federal government?
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What are the qualifications to be a member in the executive branch?
Technically speaking there are no requirements that govern the entirety of the executive branch. Every position has different roles and aside from the role of president which has some specific requirements the rest of the jobs vary. Members of cabinet and their staff in the executive branch are appointed and can be chosen without any qualification whatsoever.
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What is the president's main job as the head of the executive branch?
The president is in charge of all the executive departments. Everything the federal government does except for passing laws and the judgement part of the court system is his responsibility. He must make sure that federal laws are enforced, that violators are prosecuted, that taxes are collected, that federal employees do their jobs and are paid. He has charge of the military and dealing with foreign governments.
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Three branches of government and their jobs?
You're probably trying to do homework, or a project for civics class, so here's some help. To begin, articles one, two, and three in the USA constitution set up the three branches of national government. The three branches of the national government (gov. for short) are: The Executive branch- Headed by the President of the USA The Legislative branch- bicameral house ( bicameral means two) House of Representatives (lower chamber) and Senate (upper chamber). The Judicial Branch- The USA Supreme court leads this branch. The jobs of the branches of Gov. Article I sets up the legislative branch. It's power is to create laws. Article II sets up the executive branch. It's power is to execute laws. Article III sets up the judicial branch. It's power is to interpret laws.