President's Plan for Reorganization of Executive Departments: Hearings Before the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, Seventy-ninth Congress, Second Session, on S. Con. Res. 64, 65, and 66, Concurrent Resolutions Disapproving Reorganization Plans, 1, 2, and 3. June 14, 15, 18, 19, 20, 21, 25, and 27, 1946
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abolished activities American assistance Association bill Budget Bureau of Marine Chairman Coast Guard Commerce committee Compensation Commission Congress consolidation coordination cost Department Director DODD economy effect established Executive Order Federal Government Federal Home Loan Federal Housing Administration Federal Public Housing Federal Security Administrator Federal Security Agency financing fiscal year 1946 functions funds Home Loan Bank Housing Act industry Inspection and Navigation Inter-American Affairs June 30 land LAWTON legislation Loan Bank Administration Loan Bank Board Marine Inspection ment mortgage National Housing Administrator National Housing Agency Office of Inter-American operations organization PAT MCCARRAN percent permanent personnel Powers Act present President private enterprise proposed purpose question redevelopment Reorganization Act Reorganization Plan respect RILEY Savings and Loan Secretary of Agriculture Senator FERGUSON Senator HUFFMAN Senator WILEY SOURWINE standards statement statute subcommittee supervision tion transferred United States Employees veterans War Powers Act welfare
Page 6 - Prepared by the President and transmitted to the Senate and the House of Representatives in Congress assembled, April 24, 1958, pursuant to the provisions of the Reorganization Act of 1949, approved June 20, 1949, as amended CIVILIAN MOBILIZATION SECTION 1.
Page 119 - Government to the fullest extent practicable [within the revenues] ; (4) to group, coordinate, and consolidate agencies and functions of the Government, as nearly as may be, according to major purposes; (5) to reduce the number of agencies by consolidating those having similar functions under a single head, and to abolish such agencies or functions thereof as may not be necessary for the efficient conduct of the Government ; and (6) to eliminate overlapping and duplication of effort.
Page 9 - Islands, together with the personnel, records, property, and funds of the office of the United States High Commissioner to the Philippine Islands are transferred from the Secretary of the Interior to the said United States High Commissioner to the Philippine Islands.
Page 20 - ... regulation of vessels in the coasting and fishing trades, and limitation of the use of foreign vessels in waters under the jurisdiction of the United States...
Page 399 - The policy to be followed in attaining the national housing objective hereby established shall be: (1) private enterprise shall be encouraged to serve as large a part of the total need as it can; (2) governmental assistance shall be utilized where feasible to enable private enterprise to serve more of the total need...
Page 1 - To the Congress of the United States: I transmit herewith Reorganization Plan No. 3 of 1946, prepared in accordance with the provisions of the Reorganization Act of 1945. The plan contains reorganizations affecting a number of departments and establishments.
Page 243 - ... (3) continuing any function beyond the period authorized by law for its exercise, or beyond the time when it would have terminated if the reorganization had not been made...
Page 117 - Upon the termination of this Act all executive or administrative agencies, departments, commissions, bureaus, offices, or officers shall exercise the same functions, duties, and powers as heretofore or as hereafter by law may be provided, any authorization of the President under this Act to the contrary notwithstanding.
Page 412 - Authority that a gap of at least 20 per centum (except in the case of a displaced family or an elderly family) has been left between the upper rental limits for admission to the proposed low-rent housing and the lowest rents at which private enterprise unaided by public subsidy is providing (through new construction and available existing structures) a substantial supply of decent, safe, and sanitary housing toward meeting the need of an adequate volume thereof...