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Running head: EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS 1
United States Executive Departments
POL/115
February 08, 2021

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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS 2
Introduction
The executive departments are the administrative units that are directly under the president’s
control. The president's cabinet comprises the Vice President, heads of the 15 executive
departments, and the Attorney-general. Every department is responsible for collecting and
publishing complete information. The report discusses five of the 15 executive departments,
some of their bureaus.
Department of Agriculture
The Department of Agriculture responsible for developing and executing policies concerning
farming, agriculture, and food. The branch's objectives are to attain farmers' and landowners'
requirements, foster agricultural occupation and production, guarantee food security, safeguard
natural resources, promote rural societies, and terminate hunger in the U.S and
globally.Furthermore, the department provides employment opportunities to hundreds of
thousands of Americans with a yearly budget of approximately $95 billion. It comprises 17
agencies such as the “Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, the Food and Nutrition
Service, and the Forest Service.” The largest percentage of the division’s finances are directed to
the obligatory agendas that deliver services as stipulated by law, including providing nutrition
assistance, fostering agricultural exports, and protecting the ecosystem. Additional duties of the
department are to provide foreign aid programs by offering surplus foods to developing nations.
The USDA is headed by the United States Secretary of Agriculture (www.usa.gov, 2020).
National Agriculture Statistics Services: responsible for providing essential data to the
United States agriculture.
Agriculture Statistics Annual: serves as a trustworthy orientation on agriculture,
surplices, consumption, and cost, among others.
National Agriculture Library Digital Collection: affords access to past United States
Department of agriculture periodicals.
Agricultural Marketing Services enables the plannedpromotion of agricultural products
in national and international markets while establishing neutral trade practices and
fostering a modest and effective market environment.
Food Safety and Inspection Service: augment public health and security by
safeguarding the public from foodborne diseases and guaranteeing that the state's meat,
poultry, and eggs products are safe, healthy, and appropriately packaged.
Department of Commerce
The department is tasked with enhancing all American citizens' living standards by
fostering economic growth and high-techinnovation. The Agency offers support to the United
States business and sector via numerous services such as amassing economic and demographic
statistics, giving out patents, and trademarks, refining understanding of the environment and
marine life and guaranteeing the operative application of scientific and technological resources.
Additionally, the department is responsible for formulating telecommunication and technology
policies and promote United States exports by assisting and enforcing international trade
contracts.Through economic development, the department stimulates job creation and invention

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Running head: EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS United States Executive Departments POL/115 February 08, 2021 1 EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS 2 Introduction The executive departments are the administrative units that are directly under the president’s control. The president's cabinet comprises the Vice President, heads of the 15 executive departments, and the Attorney-general. Every department is responsible for collecting and publishing complete information. The report discusses five of the 15 executive departments, some of their bureaus. Department of Agriculture The Department of Agriculture responsible for developing and executing policies concerning farming, agriculture, and food. The branch's objectives are to attain farmers' and landowners' requirements, foster agricultural occupation and production, guarantee food security, safeguard natural resources, promote rural societies, and terminate hunger in the U.S and globally.Furthermore, the department provides employment opportunities to hundreds of thousands of Americans with a yearly budget of approximately $95 billion. It comprises 17 agencies such as the “Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, the Food and Nutrition Service, and the Forest Service.” The largest percentage of the division’s finances are directed to the obligatory agendas that deliver services as stipulated by law, including providing nutrition assistance, fostering agricultural exports, and protecting the ecosystem. Additional duties of the department ...
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