Mr. President
What's in the Cabinet?
Bureaucracy, My Dear Watson….
Duties & Responsibilities
Vocab. Mash-Up

100

This person is the only other elected person in the Executive Branch.
What is Vice-President.

100

The head of a cabinet department is given this official title.
What is Secretary.

100

A person who works for/in the bureaucracy is often called a _________.
What is Bureaucrat.

100

The President's main job is to __________ the law.
What is Enforce.

100

This term refers to the President's ability to reject a proposed law.
What is Veto.

200

This term refers to the President's role as leader of the military.
What is Commander-in-Chief.

200

This person administers the finances for the government, including taking out loans and paying bills.
What is Sec. of Treasury.

200

Roughly how many citizens work in the local, state, and national bureaucracy?
What is 20 Million.

200

Provide TWO examples of law enforcement agencies under control of the President.
What is CIA, SS, ATF, FBI, DEA.

200

This person is a US representative serving the president in a foreign country.
What is Ambassador.

300

DAILY DOUBLE!!!! Name the TOP THREE replacements for Presidential Succession.
What is 1.) Vice-President 2.) Speaker of House 3.) President pro temp ore

300

This person is in charge of setting policies regarding repairs on national highways and sending money to states for road construction.
What is Sec. of Transportation.

300

Name TWO state agencies that serve in state bureaucracy.
Accept All Correct Answers.

300

This person represents the President in press conferences when he/she is unavailable.
What is Press Secretary.

300

Name for US government offices located outside the national borders.
What is Embassy.

400

Besides commanding the military, the president is also "chief" in regards to what other aspects of government?
What is Chief Legislator & Chief Executive.

400

DAILY DOUBLE!!! Name SIX cabinet positions in National Government.
Accept All Correct Answers.

400

What title is given to people who are in charge of a Bureaucratic Department?
What is Commissioner.

400

If the President signs a treaty, who must ratify it?
What is Senate.

400

This term refers to the govt, interest groups, and bureaucracy reps. working together for mutual benefit.
What is Iron Triangle.

500

What is the maximum amount of years that a President can serve in office?
What is 10 years.

500

Although not an official cabinet position, this government agency creates and oversees all national environmental laws in the US.
What is EPA.

500

This person is the highest-ranking lawyer at the state or national level.
What is Attorney General.

500

Every year the President must create TWO major things to present to Congress at the beginning of each year. Name both.
What is State of the Union & National Budget.

500

This term refers to citizens that are represented by members of government.
What is Constituents.