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Under the proposed 2020 budget, the executive department has authorized the creation of another 10,000 police officer positions in the PNP, costing the government P3 billion.
The Executive department has issues only with certain provisions which Congress could have accommodated with proper representation and coordination,' Romualdez.
With the proposal made by the CEO, Eduardo Bartolomeo, and approved by the Company's Board of Directors, Spinelli will focus on the Executive Department of Ferrous Minerals, reinforcing Vale's commitment to its strategic pillars of safety and operational excellence, the new pact with society and the maximization of the flight to quality in iron ore.
Based on the Special Order, Guevarra is tasked to act as OIC to take care of the daily operations of the Executive Department.
Manila: Following a string of controversies concerning officials exploiting travel perks, President Rodrigo Duterte banned all officials under the executive department from going on foreign trips.
Tribune News Network Doha As part of its continued efforts to develop the performance of its staff, Qatar Charity (QC) has conducted a course on Project Management Methodology, which targeted the staff at its Executive Department of Operations and the Financial Department.
What legislation directed the Office of Management and Budget to establish a Deputy Director for Management, establish an Office of Federal Financial Management headed by a Controller, and designate a Chief Financial Officer in each executive department and in each major executive agency?
"We are aware that all of her actions were cleared first by Sefton MBC's own legal executive department."
(2.) Executive Department, Common wealth of Massachusetts, Romney files bill to protect rights of sexual assault victims, news release, Jan.
James Madison wrote in 1793: "In no part of the Constitution is more wisdom to be found than in the clause which confides the question of war or peace to the legislature, and not the executive department." If the President had that power, said Madison, "the temptation would be too great for any one man."
''Despite claims that its negotiation is open and transparent, the executive department to date has refused to transmit (to Congress) an official copy of the agreement,'' Marcos said in her speech at the lower house.
Charlie Fischer transfers to the executive department as ag products manager.
Nichol Stephen, deputy minister for Enterprise - the Scottish Executive department which looks after jobs and investment - has arranged talks with the firm.
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