Preliminary Inventory, Issues 26-35

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Page 43 - The powers and functions of the Administration shall be exercised in conformity with the foreign policy of the United States as defined by the Secretary of State.
Page 95 - They are compiled primarily for internal use, both as finding aids to help the staff render efficient reference service and as a means of establishing administrative control over the records. Each preliminary inventory contains an introduction that briefly states the history and functions of the agency that accumulated the records. The records themselves are described series by series, that is, by units of records of the same form or that deal with the same subject or activity or that are arranged...
Page 20 - Determine the policies, plans, procedures, and methods of the several Federal departments, establishments, and agencies in respect to war procurement and production, including purchasing, contracting, specifications, and construction; and including conversion, requisitioning, plant expansion, and the financing thereof; and issue such directives in respect thereto as he may deem necessary or appropriate.
Page 14 - The participation by the United States in the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, as defined in Executive Order No. 9453 of July 6, 1944. (c) Activities in liberated areas with respect to supplying the requirements of and procuring materials in such areas under paragraph 4 of the said Executive Order No. 9380.
Page 43 - As soon as military operations permit, the Administration shall assume responsibility for and control of all activities 'of the United States Government in liberated areas with respect to supplying the requirements of and procuring materials in such areas.
Page 28 - ... necessary, of any real or personal property, franchises, rights, facilities, funds, and other assets used in connection with the operation of such mines; to operate or to arrange for the operation of such mines in such manner as he...
Page 26 - ... committees or councils as the Administrator finds necessary : Provided, that no directive issued hereunder shall conflict with any direction which may be issued by the Chairman of the War Production Board pursuant to Paragraph 1 of Executive Order No. 9125 of April 7, 1942. (b) Serve, as far as practicable, as the liaison and channel of communication between the units of the petroleum industry and the several departments and agencies...
Page 17 - economic defense," whenever used in this Order, means the conduct, in the interest of national defense, of international economic activities including those relating to exports, imports, the acquisition and disposition of materials and commodities from foreign countries including preclusive buying, transactions in foreign exchange and foreign-owned or foreign-controlled property, international investments and extensions of credit, shipping and transportation ' of goods among countries, the international...
Page 21 - Represent the United States Government in dealing with the economic warfare agencies of the United Nations for the purpose of relating the Government's economic warfare program and facilities to those of such nations.

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