This is a great question and one that requires more than a simple internet search to answer. I'll contact an FHA official and post their reply as soon as I hear back from them.
The Federal Highway Administration
Part II of the act extended federal authority to motor carriers engaged in interstate commerce.
Federal Emergency Relief Administration - It gave unemployment insurance.
The Tennessee valley act Federal Deposit Insurance act Securities and Exchange commission Federal Housing Administration Rural Electrification Administration National Labor Relations Board Social Security Act
It was the 1956 Eissenhower administration legislation properly called the Federal-Aid Highway Act which authorized the construction of 40,000 miles of interstate highways in the US.
Federal authority is derived authority.
Federal Emergency Management Administration
Federal Communications Commission (FCC)by Kishon Francis (Grenada)
Gibbons vs. Ogden
The US Constitution and the limits it places on federal authority.
Part III gave the federal government authority to regulate common carriers operating in interstate commerce in the coastal, intercoastal, and inland waters of the United States.
This section covers administration, management, and oversight of public programs by federal, state, and local governments with executive, legislative, and judicial authority
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) FOE DA PEX!Apex also accepts Federal Emergency Relief Administration (FERA) :)
It provides that the Federal government has authority over interstate and international commerce.
FAA means Federal Aviation Administration or also known as Federal Aircraft Administration or even Federal Airplane Administration.
He created several acts including the; Emergency Banking Bill, Federal Deposit Insurance Corp, Securities Act, Securities and Exchange Commision Act, National Recovery Administration, National Labor Relations Board, Soil Conseration Society, Tenessee Valley Authority, Agricultural Adjustment Administration, Rural Electrification, Administration, Federal Emergency Relief Act, Works Projects Administration, and Social Security. You can look these up individually on google for more informaiton as to what each one is.
According to the US Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration, the total length of the Interstate Highway System was 46,876 miles as of 2006. However, this number is constantly changing as more highways are being built or upgraded.
Federal Railroad Administration was created in 1966.
Federal Housing Administration was created in 1934.
Confederation is a union of countries or nations with some defined political authority given to a central or federal authority. For Canada the details can be found in the Canadian Constitution and the practical administration of the agreement.
The budget of Federal Railroad Administration is 1,561,000,000 dollars.
How is authority shared in a federal system
interstate transportation was governed by federal law-James Roberts(The OJX) helped u :)
Federal Capital Territory Administration was created in 2004.