Government Departments

Some articles on government departments, government, departments, department:

Politics Of The United Kingdom - Executive - The United Kingdom Government - Government Departments and The Civil Service
... The Government of the United Kingdom contains a number of ministries known mainly, though not exclusively as departments, e.g ... These are politically led by a Government Minister who is often a Secretary of State and member of the Cabinet ... In practice, several government departments and Ministers have responsibilities that cover England alone, with devolved bodies having responsibility for Scotland ...
Property Services Agency - First Decade, 1972-1981
... equipping and maintaining a wide range of buildings and installations for Government Departments, and the Armed Services, as well as other bodies ... It held and managed much of the Government's civil estate, including Government offices and establishments all over the United Kingdom as well as the diplomatic ... The clients it served were mainly Government Departments, but it had certain other clients, the most important of which was the Post Office, for which it provided services on repayment ...
Maryknoll Convent School - The Ghost Pine Controversy
... In the end, the Government intervened and it was agreed that the tree would be conserved ... to cut the tree down had been made even before the two experts appointed by the Government had completed or submitted the report ... staff from the Leisure and Cultural Services Department started to cut down the tree in sections over the course of three hours ...
Law Enforcement In New York City - State Government Agencies - Government Departments
... New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Police New York State Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control New York State Division ...

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