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This is a list of agencies of the United States federal government.

The executive branch of the federal government includes the Executive Office of the President and the United States federal executive departments (whose secretaries belong to the Cabinet).

The majority of the independent agencies of the United States government are also classified as executive agencies (they are independent in that they are not subordinated under a Cabinet position). There are a small number of independent agencies that are not considered part of the executive branch, such as the Library of Congress and Congressional Budget Office, which are administered directly by Congress and thus are legislative branch agencies.

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Executive branch

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Executive Office of the President

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Department of Agriculture

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Department of Commerce

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Department of Defense

Department secretaries

  • Secretary of the Army, Secretary John McHugh
  • Secretary of the Air Force, Secretary Michael B Donley
  • Secretary of the Navy, Secretary Ray Mabus
  • Commandant of the Coast Guard, Admiral Thad W, Allen
  • Chief National Guard Bureau, General Craig W. Kinley
  • Commandant of the Marines, General James T Conway
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2005 DoD Structure

Defense Policy board (not same as advisory committee)

Department of Education

*Secretary Arne Duncan

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Office of the Secretary (OS)

Department of Education Structure
  • Office of Innovation and Improvement (OII)
  • Office of the Chief Financial Officer
  • Office of Management
  • Office of the Chief Information Officer
  • Office of Planning, Evaluation and Policy Development
    • Budget Service
  • Risk Management Service
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Office of the Under Secretary (OUS)
Office of the Deputy Secretary (ODS)
Associated federal organizations
Federally aided organizations

Department of Energy

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Department of Health and Human Services

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Department of Homeland Security

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Department of Housing and Urban Development

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Department of the Interior

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Department of Justice

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Department of Labor

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Department of State

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Department of Transportation

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Department of the Treasury

  • Secretary Timothy F. Geithner
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Department of Veterans Affairs

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Independent agencies

Quasi-federal agencies

Legislative branch

Judicial branch

Courts

Administration

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  • Chapter 3001--The American National Red Cross

Government chartered companies

  • United States Enrichment Corporation
  • USEC inc (parent company of one above)
  • Financial Industry Regulatory Authority
  • FIRA foundation and the separate education foundation

International organizations

  • INTERPOL
  • United nations
  • NATO
  • WHO
  • International Energy Agency
  • international atomic energy agency
  • Olympics
  • European Union
  • WTO
  • international monetary fund
  • south pacific organization
  • international joint commission
  • international boundary and water commission
  • international boundary commission
  • international bank for reconstruction and development
  • intergovernmental organization for migration
  • Asian development bank
  • UNFAO
  • IOSC

other councils

  • Administrative Advisory Council (AAC)
  • Advisory Council for Persons With Disabilities (ACPD)
  • Asian American Liaison Group (AALG)
  • Blacks In Government (BIG)
  • Blacks in Government of te GAO
  • Employee Advisory Council (EAC) Interim Members
  • GGAO Fitness and Athletics Association
  • GAO Employees Association
  • GAO Toastmasters
  • Gay and Lesbian Employees Association (GLEA)
  • Hispanic Liaison Group (HLG)
  • Tiny Findings Child Development Center
  • United States Senate Federal Credit Union
  • national association of security dealers ( not same as FIRA)

On-call agencies

The United States Government also has on-call agencies which were originally abolished but will be brought back when needed.

  • Reconstruction Finance Company
  • War Production Board
  • Office of War Information
  • Office of Economic Opportunity
  • 10 other war companies
  • Works Progress Administration
  • Board of Economic Warfare
  • Federal Theatre Project
  • many committees and commissions

Boards and commissions

Historic or renamed agencies

See also

External links


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