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civics project

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Department of the State Janet Napolitano Department of Homeland Security James Forrestal
Chuck Hagel Department Of Defense Department of Interior Ken Salazar Department of Veteran Affairs Frank Thomas Hines
Eric Shineski Thomas Jefferson
John Kerry The bureaucracy Journey to the Secrets of the Cabinets 4years Tom Ridge 03-05 Duties Treasury Department Alexander Hamilton
Jack Lew Border Protection Emergency Procedures Duties Chemical, Biological,and Nuclear Defense Infrastructure Protection Agencies Agencies Internal Revenue Service, Bureau of the Public Debt, U.S. Mint, Bureau of Engraving and Printing Coast Guard
Secret Service
ICE
TSA Duties Responsible for international relations of the US
Assists and Protects US citizens living abroad
Keeps general population up-to-date on all foreign policies Agencies Bureau of International Organization, Bureau Consular Affairs, Bureau of Diplomatic Security Duties Pushing to reduce gun violence coordinating and supervising all agencies and functions of the government concerned directly with national security and the armed forces Agencies National Security Agency
Defense Intelligence Agency
Defense Logistics Agency
Defense Security Cooperation Agency
National Geo Spacial Intelligence Agency
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Thomas Ewing (1849) Duties Duties Manages public lands, wildlife refuges, and National Parks Operates hydroelectric power plants Helps Native American manage their affairs Agencies U.S Fish and Wildlife Service

National Park Service

Bureau of Reclamation

Bureau of Indian Affairs

Bureau of Land Management

U.S Geological Service Prevent and end Veteran homelessness
Oversees military funerals
Administers benefits, pensions, and medical programs Ship Wreck Cove Agencies Veterans Benefits Administration, Veterans Health Administration, National Cemetery Administration Secretary Salazar Issued Secretarial Order to Better Protect the National Mall Sort the facts into the correct departments Land Lubber! Operates several joint services schools
Responsible for the management and conservation of most federal land and natural resources
The Department has often been humorously called "The Department of Everything Else" because of its broad range of responsibilities
This Department is also the largest employer in the world, with more than 3.2 million service members
The United States government’s second largest department, after the United States Department of Defense
The Secretary's subordinate officials generally exercise military authority.
A total 2009 budget of about $87.6 billion
In charge of the United States Fish and Wildlife Services
VA employs nearly 280,000 people Sort the facts into the correct departments Scaliwag! With more than 200,000 employees, DHS is the third largest Cabinet department
Producing all currency, coinage and postage stamps of the U.S
The establishing act of congress, passed in 1789, created this department
Paying all bills of the U.S
Created in response to the September 11 attacks
As of January 13, 2011 the DHS advised the American public of an 'elevated national threat' level
The first Secretary of the was Alexander Hamilton, who was sworn into office on September 11, 1789
Publishing statistical reports
Manages U.S. government debt instruments Producing all currency, coinage and postage stamps of the U.S.
collecting taxes, duties, and money paid and due to the U.S.
paying all bills of the U.S.
enforces alcohol, tobacco, and firearms laws Strengthen cyber security Beyond the Border Build a strong future for Native Americans Wetland Restoration After the BP oil spill Annual budget

$20 billion (2010) Annual budget

US$60.4 billion (2012) (November 25,2002) Annual budget
553.0 billion (2012) (August 10, 1949) (July 27, 1789) Annual budget

$27.4 billion (FY 2010) Annual budget

$14 billion (2012) (September 2, 1789) (July 21, 1930) Annual budget

$87.6 billion (2011) Projects Recovery Act
Economic Recovery Act Payments
Community Development Financial Institutions
New Markets Tax Credit
Health Insurance Tax Credit Administration
Energy Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits
Native American CDFI Assistance
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