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United States federal executive departments

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The United States federal executive departments are the principal units of the executive branch of the federal government of the United States. They are analogous to ministries common in parliamentary or semi-presidential systems but (the United States being a presidential system) they are led by a head of government who is also the head of state. The executive departments are the administrative arms of the President of the United States. There are currently 15 executive departments.

The heads of the executive departments receive the title of Secretary of their respective department, except for the Attorney-General who is head of the Justice Department (and the Postmaster General who until 1971 was head of the Post Office Department). The heads of the executive departments are appointed by the President and take office after confirmation by the United States Senate, and serve at the pleasure of the President. The heads of departments are members of the Cabinet of the United States, an executive organ that normally acts as an advisory body to the President. In the Opinion Clause (Article II, section 2, clause 1) of the U.S. Constitution, heads of executive departments are referred to as "principal Officer in each of the executive Departments".

The heads of executive departments are included in the line of succession to the President, in the event of a vacancy in the presidency, after the Vice President, the Speaker of the House and the President pro tempore of the Senate.

Current departments

Seal Department Formed Employees Annual budget Head
Portrait Name
and title
U.S. Department of State official seal.svg
State July 27, 1789 69,000
13,000 Foreign Service
11,000 Civil Service
45,000 local
$52.404 billion
(2018)
Mike Pompeo official photo (cropped).jpg
Mike Pompeo
Secretary of State
Seal of the United States Department of the Treasury.svg
Treasury September 2, 1789 86,049
(2014)
$20 billion
(2019)
Steven Mnuchin official photo (cropped).jpg
Steven Mnuchin
Secretary of the Treasury
United States Department of Defense Seal.svg
Defense September 18, 1947 2.86 million $717 billion
(2019)
Mark Esper
Secretary of Defense
Seal of the United States Department of Justice.svg
Justice July 1, 1870 113,543
(2012)
$29.9 billion
(2019)
William Barr (cropped).jpg
William Barr
Attorney General
Seal of the United States Department of the Interior.svg
Interior March 3, 1849 70,003
(2012)
$20.7 billion
(2013)
David Bernhardt official photo (cropped).jpg
David Bernhardt
Secretary of the Interior
Seal of the United States Department of Agriculture.svg
Agriculture May 15, 1862 105,778
(June 2007)
$155 billion
(2019)
Sonny Perdue headshot.jpg
Sonny Perdue
Secretary of Agriculture
Seal of the United States Department of Commerce.svg
Commerce February 14, 1903 43,880
(2011)
$9.67 billion
(2018)
Wilbur Ross headshot.jpg
Wilbur Ross
Secretary of Commerce
Seal of the United States Department of Labor.svg
Labor March 4, 1913 17,450
(2014)
$12.1 billion
(2012)
Eugene Scalia (cropped).jpg
Eugene Scalia
Secretary of Labor
Seal of the United States Department of Health and Human Services.svg
Health and Human Services April 11, 1953 79,540
(2015)
$1,171 billion

(2019)

Alex Azar official portrait 2 (cropped).jpg
Alex Azar
Secretary of Health and Human Services
Seal of the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development.svg
Housing and Urban Development September 9, 1965 8,416
(2014)
$32.6 billion
(2014)
Ben Carson headshot.jpg
Ben Carson
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
Seal of the United States Department of Transportation.svg
Transportation April 1, 1967 58,622 $72.4 billion
Elaine Chao official portrait 2 (cropped).jpg
Elaine Chao
Secretary of Transportation
Seal of the United States Department of Energy.svg
Energy August 4, 1977 12,944
(2014)
$27.9 billion
(2015)
Dan Brouillette official photo.jpg
Dan Brouillette
Secretary of Energy
Seal of the United States Department of Education.svg
Education October 17, 1979 3,912
(2018)
$68 billion
(2016)
Betsy DeVos official portrait (cropped).jpg
Betsy DeVos
Secretary of Education
Seal of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.svg
Veterans Affairs March 15, 1989 377,805
(2016)
$180 billion
(2017)
Robert Wilkie official portrait (cropped).jpg
Robert Wilkie
Secretary of Veterans Affairs
Seal of the United States Department of Homeland Security.svg
Homeland Security November 25, 2002 229,000
(2017)
$47.7 billion
(2018)
Chad Wolf official portrait 2017.jpg
Chad Wolf
Secretary of Homeland Security
(Acting)

Former departments

Seal Department Formed Abolished Superseded by Last head
Portrait Name
and title
Seal of the United States Department of War.png
War August 7, 1789 September 18, 1947 Department of the Army
Department of the Air Force
KCR portrait.jpg
Kenneth C. Royall
Secretary of War
Emblem of the United States Department of the Army.svg
Army September 18, 1947 August 10, 1949 Department of Defense
(as executive department)
becomes military department
Gordon Gray - Project Gutenberg etext 20587.jpg
Gordon Gray
Secretary of the Army
Seal of the United States Department of the Air Force.svg
Air Force
Portrait of W. Stuart Symington 97-1844.jpg
W. Stuart Symington
Secretary of the Air Force
Seal of the United States Department of the Navy (1879-1957).png
Navy April 30, 1798
Francis P. Matthews.jpg
Francis P. Matthews
Secretary of the Navy
Seal of the United States Department of the Post Office.svg
Post Office February 20, 1792 July 1, 1971 Postal Service
Winton M. Blount.jpg
Winton M. Blount
Postmaster General

See also

References

External links

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