Reorganization Plan No. 27 of 1950: Hearings ... on S. Res. 302 ... July 6 and 7, 1950 ...
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1950 - 158 pages
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Page 99 - Transfers of other agencies: Director of the Bureau of the Budget is authorized and directed to study activities of other departments and agencies in the Federal Government and report to Congress on whether any of them should be transferred to the new department in the interest of economy and simplicity of administration.
Page 2 - SEC. 8. Interim officers.—The President may designate and empower any person who is an officer of the Federal Security Agency immediately prior to the taking effect of the provisions of this reorganization plan to perform for a period not exceeding 60 days the functions of any office provided for by sections 2, 3, 4, or
Page 151 - Under the President, the heads of departments must hold full responsibility for the conduct of their departments. There must be a clear line of authority reaching down through every step of the organization and no subordinate should have authority independent from that of his superior.
Page 2 - shall have the title of the office concerned, with the prefix "Acting," and, if the President so directs, receive the compensation of such office. No person designated under this section shall by reason of such designation forfeit his rights with respect to his office held immediately prior to the taking effect of the provisions of this reorganization plan.
Page 82 - Thank you, Senator. I appreciate having had the opportunity to be heard. Senator IVES. Thank you, Mr. Schiff, it has been a pleasure to have you. We will recess at this time until 10 o'clock tomorrow morning. (Whereupon, at 3:55 pm the committee was recessed, to reconvene at 10 am, Friday, July 7, 1950.)
Page 1 - All functions of the Federal Security Administrator are hereby transferred to the Secretary. SEC. 3. Under Secretary and Assistant Secretary of Health, Education, and Security.—There shall be in the Department an Under Secretary of Health, Education, and Security and an Assistant Secretary of Health, Education, and Security, each of whom shall (1) be appointed by the President, by and
Page 1 - consent of the Senate and who shall receive compensation at the rate now or hereafter provided by law for the heads of executive departments.
Page 144 - Source: The Budget of the United States Government for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30,1950, Washington, 1949, p. 1386; ibid, for fiscal 1951, p. 207. Without going into the details of the FSA budget, I wish to point out that before that agency was created
Page 151 - United States Senate, Washington, DC DEAR SENATOR MCCLELLAN: In view of the consideration of Reorganization Plan No. 27, I thought you might be interested in the following resolution adopted by the Association of State and Territorial Health Officers at its annual meeting in October 1949: Whereas the