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Executive Branch and Bureaucracy
35
Two terms
4
President
Minimum age a person can be to become President of the United…
The number of times a person can be elected President
Length of the Presidential term with each election
Office of Executive in the United States Government
35
Minimum age a person can be to become President of the United…
Two terms
The number of times a person can be elected President
15 terms
Bureaucracy and Executive Branch
Bureaucracy
Bully pulpit
Pocket veto
Executive privilege
an organization made up of many departments and divisions tha…
a public office or position of authority that provides its oc…
presidential killing of a bill by inaction after Congress adj…
The right to keep executive communications confidential, espe…
Bureaucracy
an organization made up of many departments and divisions tha…
Bully pulpit
a public office or position of authority that provides its oc…
9 terms
Executive Branch- The Bureaucracy
bureaucracy
secretary
department
Attorney General
A large, complex structure that handles the everyday business…
An official in charge of a department of government.
A division of the executive branch
The head of the Department of Justice.
bureaucracy
A large, complex structure that handles the everyday business…
secretary
An official in charge of a department of government.
30 terms
Executive Branch and Federal Bureaucracy
Electoral College
Treaty
Presidential Ticket
Executive Agreement
The electoral system used in electing the president and vice-…
A formal, public agreement between the United States and one…
The joint listing of the presidential and vice-presidential c…
A formal agreement between the U.S. president and the leaders…
Electoral College
The electoral system used in electing the president and vice-…
Treaty
A formal, public agreement between the United States and one…
Executive Branch and Federal Bureaucracy
Administrative adjudication
Bureaucracy
Bureaucrats
Cabinet Departments
a quasi-judicial process in which a bureaucratic agency settl…
A large, complex organization composed of appointed officials.
Employees of a bureaucracy, usually meaning a government bure…
The fifteen largest and most influential agencies of the fede…
Administrative adjudication
a quasi-judicial process in which a bureaucratic agency settl…
Bureaucracy
A large, complex organization composed of appointed officials.
36 terms
Executive Branch President and Bureaucracy
Formal Legislative Powers of President
Formal Administrative Powers of the Pr…
Formal Foreign Policy Powers of Presid…
Formal Judicial powers
propose law, veto law
appoint executive officers, execute the laws
Commander in Chief of military, make treaties, appoint ambass…
appoint federal judges, pardon
Formal Legislative Powers of President
propose law, veto law
Formal Administrative Powers of the Pr…
appoint executive officers, execute the laws
37 terms
Executive Branch and Bureaucracy
Electoral College
12th Amendment
To determine electoral votes
How are electoral votes awarded?
- A compromise between those who wanted direct election and t…
Separate ballots
# of representatives + 2 (# of senators)
- It is up to the state to decide how they want to allocate v…
Electoral College
- A compromise between those who wanted direct election and t…
12th Amendment
Separate ballots
12 terms
The Executive Branch and the Federal Bureaucracy
Civil Service System
Independent Regulatory Commission
Departments
Independent Executive Agencies
The merit system by which many federal bureaucrats are selected
An entity created by Congress outside a major executive depar…
Major administrative units with responsibility for a broad ar…
Governmental units that closely resemble a Cabinet department…
Civil Service System
The merit system by which many federal bureaucrats are selected
Independent Regulatory Commission
An entity created by Congress outside a major executive depar…
16 terms
The Executive Branch and Federal Bureaucracy
bureacracy
spoils system
patronage
pendleton act
composed of all of the agencies, departments, offices, and bu…
the firing of public officeholders of a defeated political pa…
jobs, grants, or other special favors that are given as rewar…
backlash against the spoils system, created a civil service s…
bureacracy
composed of all of the agencies, departments, offices, and bu…
spoils system
the firing of public officeholders of a defeated political pa…
37 terms
Executive Branch and Bureaucracy
Electoral College
12th Amendment
To determine electoral votes
How are electoral votes awarded?
- A compromise between those who wanted direct election and t…
Separate ballots
# of representatives + 2 (# of senators)
- It is up to the state to decide how they want to allocate v…
Electoral College
- A compromise between those who wanted direct election and t…
12th Amendment
Separate ballots
Executive Branch & Federal Bureaucracy
Administrative Adjudication
Bureaucracy
Bureaucrats
Cabinet Departments
a quasi-judicial process in which a bureaucratic agency settl…
a system of government in which most of the important decisio…
government officials
the 15 largest and most influential agencies of the federal b…
Administrative Adjudication
a quasi-judicial process in which a bureaucratic agency settl…
Bureaucracy
a system of government in which most of the important decisio…
15 terms
Executive Branch & Federal Bureaucracy
Administrative Adjudication
Bureaucracy
Bureaucrats
Cabinet Departments
A quasi-judicial process in which a bureaucratic agency settl…
A set of complex hierarchical departments, agencies, commissi…
Governmental officials
The fifteen Cabinet departments are major administrative unit…
Administrative Adjudication
A quasi-judicial process in which a bureaucratic agency settl…
Bureaucracy
A set of complex hierarchical departments, agencies, commissi…
Executive Branch & Federal Bureaucracy
Administrative adjudication
Bureaucracy
Bureaucrats
Cabinet Departments
A quasi-judicial process in which a bureaucratic agency settl…
A large, complex organization composed of appointed officials
government officials
The fifteen largest and most influential agencies of the fede…
Administrative adjudication
A quasi-judicial process in which a bureaucratic agency settl…
Bureaucracy
A large, complex organization composed of appointed officials
EXECUTIVE BRANCH & BUREAUCRACY
executive agreement
pardon power
take care clause
executive privilege
an agreement between the United States and a foreign governme…
A release from the punishment for or legal consequences of a…
This clause in the Constitution imposes a duty on the Preside…
The right of executive officials to withhold information from…
executive agreement
an agreement between the United States and a foreign governme…
pardon power
A release from the punishment for or legal consequences of a…
26 terms
Executive Branch and Bureaucracy Vocabulary
Administrative Rule Making
Agency Point of View
Appropriation Law
Authorization Law
when an independent commission or agency fills in the details…
The tendency of bureaucrats to place the interests of their a…
a law that gives bureaucracies and other government entities…
a law that provides the plan of action to address a given soc…
Administrative Rule Making
when an independent commission or agency fills in the details…
Agency Point of View
The tendency of bureaucrats to place the interests of their a…
Executive Branch, Congress, Bureaucracy
Expressed powers
Implied powers
Franking privilege
Lame duck period
Those powers of Congress specifically listed in the Constitut…
powers not explicitly named in the Constitution but assumed t…
refers to the privilege of sending mail without payment of po…
A lame-duck session of Congress in the United States occurs w…
Expressed powers
Those powers of Congress specifically listed in the Constitut…
Implied powers
powers not explicitly named in the Constitution but assumed t…
15 terms
President/Executive Branch/Bureaucracy
Founders Intent for Executive branch/P…
Article II (Constitution)
11 factors contribute to pres power
Parliamentary System vs Pres System
Impeachment, not above the law... Voted by the ppl/electoral col…
Commander in chief of army/navy/militia of states... Power to gr…
1. Constitutional vagueness of Pres power... 2. Precedent powers…
Parliament chief exe chosen by legis, Prime minister in power…
Founders Intent for Executive branch/P…
Impeachment, not above the law... Voted by the ppl/electoral col…
Article II (Constitution)
Commander in chief of army/navy/militia of states... Power to gr…
Presidency & Executive Branch Bureaucracy
Presidential Qualifications
Presidential Term
Term Limit
Presidential Salary
Natural born citizen, 35+ years old, Lived on US soil for 14+…
4 years
2 full terms
$400,000 annual salary
Presidential Qualifications
Natural born citizen, 35+ years old, Lived on US soil for 14+…
Presidential Term
4 years
110 terms
Executive Branch and Bureaucracy
qualifications to be president
number of terms pres can be in office…
pres powers and duties
What 2 events determined that the pres…
natural born citizen of US, at least 35 yrs old, US resident…
2 terms or 10 yrs
Head of state, Chief executive, chief legislator, chief econo…
Vietnam War and Watergate
qualifications to be president
natural born citizen of US, at least 35 yrs old, US resident…
number of terms pres can be in office…
2 terms or 10 yrs
32 terms
Executive Branch/President & Bureaucracy
12th Amendment
20th Amendment
22nd Amendment
23rd Amendment
Added the seperation of the president and vice president onto…
Congress begins on January 30th; President starts on January…
Limits the president to two terms or 10 years (Serve 2 years…
Gives Washington DC electoral college votes as if it were a s…
12th Amendment
Added the seperation of the president and vice president onto…
20th Amendment
Congress begins on January 30th; President starts on January…
48 terms
Executive Branch/Bureaucracy Review
1948 Marshall Plan (divided government)
2 main issues recent presidents focuse…
22nd Amendment
3 methods presidents use to organize t…
-When different parties or the same control white house... -Cong…
Economy and foreign affairs
Limited all subsequent president to 2 terms, no longer than 1…
-Pyramid Structure: president subordinates report to him thro…
1948 Marshall Plan (divided government)
-When different parties or the same control white house... -Cong…
2 main issues recent presidents focuse…
Economy and foreign affairs
Executive Branch and Bureaucracy Vocab
administrative rule making
agency point of view
appropriation law
authorization law
when an independent commission or agency fills in the details…
The tendency of bureaucrats to place the interests of their a…
a law that gives bureaucracies and other government entities…
a law that provides the plan of action to address a given soc…
administrative rule making
when an independent commission or agency fills in the details…
agency point of view
The tendency of bureaucrats to place the interests of their a…
Executive Branch and Bureaucracy
Administrative
Diplomatic
Judicial
Legislative
Consists of those rules and procedures established by regulat…
skilled in dealing with sensitive matters or people
Review by a court of law of actions of a government official…
Congress
Administrative
Consists of those rules and procedures established by regulat…
Diplomatic
skilled in dealing with sensitive matters or people
36 terms
Executive Branch & The Bureaucracy
Formal Power
Informal Power
Commander-In-Chief
Treaty
Power listed in the Constitution
Power that are not listed in the Constitution
Jim James. The role of the president as supreme commander of…
an agreement under international law entered into by actors i…
Formal Power
Power listed in the Constitution
Informal Power
Power that are not listed in the Constitution
48 terms
Executive Branch and Bureaucracy
Qualifications of the President- Const…
Non- Constitutional Qualifications
12... 22... 25
"Rule of Fitness" for appointments
• 35 years old... • 14 yr US Resident... • Natural-born citizen
Educated, Religion, No Criminal Record, Wealthy
12- separate ballots... 22- 2 terms and 10 yrs... 25- succession of…
Approval process of ability of doing the job, not the politic…
Qualifications of the President- Const…
• 35 years old... • 14 yr US Resident... • Natural-born citizen
Non- Constitutional Qualifications
Educated, Religion, No Criminal Record, Wealthy
59 terms
Executive Branch & Bureaucracy
Impeachment Process
Executive Order
Electoral College System
Executive Agreement
When the Constitution provides a way to remove a president be…
have the force of a law; may enforce the Constitution, treati…
system in which a group of electors chosen by each state woul…
an agreement made between the president and other heads of st…
Impeachment Process
When the Constitution provides a way to remove a president be…
Executive Order
have the force of a law; may enforce the Constitution, treati…
18 terms
Government: Executive Branch & Bureaucracy
IRS (International Revenue Service)
NSC (National Security Council)
FCC (Federal Communications Commission)
FTC (Federal Trade Commission)
governmental agency responsible for collecting federal taxes,…
president's principal forum for considering national security…
regulates interstate and international communications by radi…
regulates the trade practices of drug companies and prohibits…
IRS (International Revenue Service)
governmental agency responsible for collecting federal taxes,…
NSC (National Security Council)
president's principal forum for considering national security…
Executive Branch/Bureaucracy
Ambassadors/State Department
Impact of Checks and balances on presi…
presidents powers to influence domesti…
Founders views on the presidency
...
nominations, impeachment, overriding veto, senate deny a trea…
popularity, power of persuasion, bully pulpit,
president is way to strong
Ambassadors/State Department
...
Impact of Checks and balances on presi…
nominations, impeachment, overriding veto, senate deny a trea…
37 terms
Executive Branch and Bureaucracy
Electoral College
12th Amendment
To determine electoral votes
How are electoral votes awarded?
- A compromise between those who wanted direct election and t…
Separate ballots
# of representatives + 2 (# of senators)
- It is up to the state to decide how they want to allocate v…
Electoral College
- A compromise between those who wanted direct election and t…
12th Amendment
Separate ballots
56 terms
Executive Branch & Bureaucracy
Presidential Ticket
Executive Order
Executive Agreement
Treaty
List of the candidates for the offices of president and VP
A rule or order issued by the president; tell government offi…
An agreement between the U.S. and a foreign country
A formally concluded and ratified agreement between two count…
Presidential Ticket
List of the candidates for the offices of president and VP
Executive Order
A rule or order issued by the president; tell government offi…
37 terms
Executive Branch & Bureaucracy
war powers resolution
executive privilege
impoundment
line item veto
...
The power to keep executive communications confidential, espe…
Presidential refusal to allow from the express powers that al…
Presidential power to strike, or remove, specific
war powers resolution
...
executive privilege
The power to keep executive communications confidential, espe…
15 terms
Executive Branch and Bureaucracy Vocab
Appointment power
12 Amendment
The Cabinet
Bureaucracy
President has power to appoint key officials in all executive…
established that electors cast separate votes for president a…
Consists of the secretaries, or chief administrators of the m…
A component of formal organization that uses rules and hierar…
Appointment power
President has power to appoint key officials in all executive…
12 Amendment
established that electors cast separate votes for president a…
Executive Branch and Bureaucracy
AUMF
Formal Powers
Inherent Powers
Informal Powers
authorization of use of military force: can use any kind of m…
powers of the Governor described by the constitution
Authority claimed by the president that is not clearly specif…
Powers not given in the constitution
AUMF
authorization of use of military force: can use any kind of m…
Formal Powers
powers of the Governor described by the constitution
Executive branch and Bureaucracy
Impeachment
Electoral college
Executive order
Executive agreements
Bringing charges of wrongdoing against the government official
Elects the president and vice President according to the cons…
To carry out policies (EXECUTIVE POWER)
an agreement between the heads of government of two or more n…
Impeachment
Bringing charges of wrongdoing against the government official
Electoral college
Elects the president and vice President according to the cons…
66 terms
Executive branch/bureaucracy
Chief executive
Commander in chief
Chief of state
Electoral college
Another title for president, who holds the executives power t…
Another title for the president who serves as commander of th…
The official who manages the everyday operations of the White…
The body of 538 people who elected from the 50 states and the…
Chief executive
Another title for president, who holds the executives power t…
Commander in chief
Another title for the president who serves as commander of th…
Executive Branch/Bureaucracy Vocab
Twenty-second Amendment
impeachment
Watergate
Twenty-fifth amendment
Passed in 1951, the amendment that limits president to two te…
The political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
the events and scandal surrounding a break-in at the Democrat…
Passed in 1967, the amendment that permits the vice president…
Twenty-second Amendment
Passed in 1951, the amendment that limits president to two te…
impeachment
The political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
executive branch and bureaucracy
qualifications
term
impeachment
executive ageement
natural born citizen; 35 years; 14 years a resident
two-term, 10 year limit as set by the 22nd amendment
charges against a president approved by a majority of the house
an international agreement, usually regarding routine adminis…
qualifications
natural born citizen; 35 years; 14 years a resident
term
two-term, 10 year limit as set by the 22nd amendment
34 terms
Executive Branch/Bureaucracy Review
ad hoc structure
Budget Reform Act of 1974
bully pulpit
cabinet
A method where the president organizes his personal staff to…
Required the president to spend all appropriated funds, unles…
the president's use of his prestige and visibility to guide o…
A group of advisers to the president. (Heads of 15 different…
ad hoc structure
A method where the president organizes his personal staff to…
Budget Reform Act of 1974
Required the president to spend all appropriated funds, unles…
Executive Branch/Bureaucracy Test
Explain the positives and negatives of…
Bureaucracy
Executive Office of the President
White House Office
Benefits: ... Most effective way for people to work together on…
It is a large, complex, administrative structure that handles…
Created by FDR... President's daily advisors ... Nerve Center of th…
Responsible for a variety of critical functions in support of…
Explain the positives and negatives of…
Benefits: ... Most effective way for people to work together on…
Bureaucracy
It is a large, complex, administrative structure that handles…
Executive Branch/Bureaucracy Exam
Chief Executive
Commander-in-chief
Diplomatic Recognition
Chief of State
holds the executive power to run gov't programs and implement…
serves as commander of the nation's military forces; aka pres…
The presidential power to formally recognize the legitimacy o…
takes on the role of the symbolic figurehead of the U.S. ; ak…
Chief Executive
holds the executive power to run gov't programs and implement…
Commander-in-chief
serves as commander of the nation's military forces; aka pres…
Executive Branch/Bureaucracy Review
1948 Marshall Plan (divided government)
2 main issues recent presidents focuse…
22nd Amendment
3 methods presidents use to organize t…
When different parties or the smae control white house/congre…
Economy and foreign affairs
Limited all subsequent president to 2 terms, no longer than 1…
-pyramid structure: president subordinates report to him thro…
1948 Marshall Plan (divided government)
When different parties or the smae control white house/congre…
2 main issues recent presidents focuse…
Economy and foreign affairs
41 terms
Executive Branch/Bureaucracy Test
Explain the positives and negatives of…
Bureaucracy
Executive Office of the President
White House Office
Benefits: ... Most effective way for people to work together on…
It is a large, complex, administrative structure that handles…
Created by FDR... President's daily advisors ... Nerve Center of th…
Responsible for a variety of critical functions in support of…
Explain the positives and negatives of…
Benefits: ... Most effective way for people to work together on…
Bureaucracy
It is a large, complex, administrative structure that handles…
37 terms
Executive Branch and Bureaucracy
Electoral College
12th Amendment
To determine electoral votes
How are electoral votes awarded?
- A compromise between those who wanted direct election and t…
Separate ballots
# of representatives + 2 (# of senators)
- It is up to the state to decide how they want to allocate v…
Electoral College
- A compromise between those who wanted direct election and t…
12th Amendment
Separate ballots
45 terms
Executive Branch/Bureaucracy Vocab
Twenty-second Amendment
impeachment
Watergate
Twenty-fifth amendment
Passed in 1951, the amendment that limits president to two te…
The political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
the events and scandal surrounding a break-in at the Democrat…
Passed in 1967, the amendment that permits the vice president…
Twenty-second Amendment
Passed in 1951, the amendment that limits president to two te…
impeachment
The political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
Executive branch and federal bureaucracy
Administrative adjunction
bureaucracy
bureaucrats
cabinet departments
A quasi-judicial process in which a bureaucratic agency settl…
A large, complex organization composed of appointed officials
Employees of a bureaucracy, usually meaning a government bure…
The fifteen largest and most influential agencies of the fede…
Administrative adjunction
A quasi-judicial process in which a bureaucratic agency settl…
bureaucracy
A large, complex organization composed of appointed officials
15 terms
Executive Branch and Federal Bureaucracy
Administrative Adjunction
Bureaucracy
Bureaucrats
Cabinet Departments
a quasi-judicial process in which a bureaucratic agency settl…
a system of government in which most of the important decisio…
government officials and administrators
major administrative units with responsibility for a broad ar…
Administrative Adjunction
a quasi-judicial process in which a bureaucratic agency settl…
Bureaucracy
a system of government in which most of the important decisio…
61 terms
Executive Branch and Bureaucracy
22nd Amendment
25th Amendment
What is referred to as an accidental p…
What is the process for a president to…
limits president to 2 four year terms
VP becomes pres if president dies
when pres. dies and VP comes pres./one who wasn't elected
majority of House members must agree on the impeachment - Sen…
22nd Amendment
limits president to 2 four year terms
25th Amendment
VP becomes pres if president dies
30 terms
Executive Branch and Federal Bureaucracy
Electoral College
Treaty
Presidential Ticket
Executive Agreement
The electoral system used in electing the president and vice-…
A formal, public agreement between the United States and one…
The joint listing of the presidential and vice-presidential c…
A formal agreement between the U.S. president and the leaders…
Electoral College
The electoral system used in electing the president and vice-…
Treaty
A formal, public agreement between the United States and one…
Executive Branch and Federal Bureaucracy
Electoral College
Treaty
Presidential Ticket
Executive Agreement
The electoral system used in electing the president and vice-…
A formal, public agreement between the United States and one…
The joint listing of the presidential and vice-presidential c…
A formal agreement between the U.S. president and the leaders…
Electoral College
The electoral system used in electing the president and vice-…
Treaty
A formal, public agreement between the United States and one…
20 terms
Executive branch and federal bureaucracy
Administrative adjudicaiton
Administrative discretion
Civil service system
Departments
The judicial process through which a bureaucratic agency sett…
The bureaucrats' ability to decide on how to implement execut…
The merit system used to select federal bureaucrats
Administrative units responsible for an area of governmental…
Administrative adjudicaiton
The judicial process through which a bureaucratic agency sett…
Administrative discretion
The bureaucrats' ability to decide on how to implement execut…
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