[United States Government Manual]
[July 01, 1995]
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APPENDIX C: Federal Executive Agencies Terminated, Transferred, or 
            Changed in Name Subsequent to March 4, 1933

Note: Italicized terms indicate obsolete agencies, organizations, and 
entities. In most instances, explanatory remarks are written at those 
terms elsewhere in this appendix. Dates prior to March 4, 1933, are 
included to provide additional information about the agencies.
This appendix is indexed in a format considered to be useful to the 
reader. Entries are carried at the most significant term in their 
titles, or when there is more than one significant term, the entry is 
carried at the first significant term. Thus, Bureau of the Budget is 
found at Budget, Bureau of the, and Bureau of Agricultural Engineering 
is found at Agricultural Engineering, Bureau of. Reader comments on the 
format are encouraged and should be sent to the address shown on page IV 
of the Manual.

Accounts, Bureau of  Functions transferred to Bureau of Government 
Financial Operations by Treasury Order 229 of Jan. 14, 1974.

Acquisition, Office of Under Secretary of Defense for  Renamed Office of 
Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Technology by act of Nov. 
30, 1993 (107 Stat. 1728).

ACTION  Established by Reorg. Plan No. 1 of 1971 (5 U.S.C. app.), 
effective July 1, 1971. Reorganized by act of Oct. 1, 1973 (87 Stat. 
405). Functions relating to SCORE and ACT programs transferred to Small 
Business Administration by EO 11871 of July 18, 1975 (40 FR 30915). 
Functions exercised by the Director of ACTION prior to Mar. 31, 1995, 
transferred to the Corporation for National and Community Service (107 
Stat. 888 and Proclamation 6662 of Apr. 4, 1994 (57 FR 16507)).

Acts of Congress  See State Department

Advisory Board, Commission, Committee.  See other part of title

Aeronautical Board  Organized in 1916 by agreement of War and Navy 
Secretaries. Placed under supervision of President by military order of 
July 5, 1939. Dissolved by Defense Secretary's letter of July 27, 1948, 
and functions transferred to Munitions Board and Research and 
Development Board. Military order of July 5, 1939, revoked by military 
order of Oct. 18, 1948.

Aeronautics, Bureau of  Established in Navy Department by act of July 
12, 1921 (42 Stat. 140). Abolished by act of Aug. 18, 1959 (73 Stat. 
395) and functions transferred to Bureau of Naval Weapons.

Aeronautics, National Advisory Committee for  Established by act of Mar. 
3, 1915 (38 Stat. 930). Terminated by act of July 29, 1958 (72 Stat. 
432), and functions transferred to National Aeronautics and Space 
Administration, established by same act.

Aeronautics Administration, Civil  See Aeronautics Authority, Civil

Aeronautics Authority, Civil  Established under act of June 23, 1938 (52 
Stat. 973). Renamed Civil Aeronautics Board and Administrator 
transferred to Commerce Department by Reorg. Plan Nos. III and IV of 
1940, effective June 30, 1940. Office of Administrator designated Civil 
Aeronautics Administration by Department Order 52 of Aug. 29, 1940. 
Administration transferred to Federal Aviation Agency by act of Aug. 23, 
1958 (72 Stat. 810). Functions of Board under act of Aug. 23, 1958 (72 
Stat. 775), transferred to National Transportation Safety Board by act 
of Oct. 15, 1966 (80 Stat. 931). Functions of Board terminated or 
transferred--effective in part Dec. 31, 1981; in part Jan. 1, 1983; and 
in part Jan. 1, 1985--by act of Aug. 23, 1958 (92 Stat. 1744). Most 
remaining functions transferred to Transportation Secretary, remainder 
to U.S. Postal Service. Termination of Board finalized by act of Oct. 4, 
1984 (98 Stat. 1703).

Aeronautics Board, Civil  See Aeronautics Authority, Civil

Aeronautics Branch  Established in Commerce Department to carry out 
provisions of act of May 20, 1926 (44 Stat. 568). Renamed Bureau of Air 
Commerce by Secretary's administrative order of July 1, 1934. Personnel 
and property transferred to Civil Aeronautics Authority by EO 7959 of 
Aug. 22, 1938.

Aeronautics and Space Council, National  Established by act of July 29, 
1958 (72 Stat. 427). Abolished by Reorg. Plan No. 1 of 1973, effective 
June 30, 1973.

Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service  Established on June 
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Agriculture under authority of revised statutes (5 U.S.C. 301) and 
Reorg. Plan No. 2 of 1953 (5 U.S.C. app.). Abolished by Secretary's 
Memorandum 1010-1 dated October 20, 1994. Functions assumed by 
Consolidated Farm Service Agency.

Aging, Administration on  Established by Health, Education, and Welfare 
Secretary on Oct. 1, 1965, to carry out provisions of act of July 14, 
1965 (79 Stat. 218). Reassigned to Social and Rehabilitation Service by 
Department reorganization of Aug. 15, 1967. Transferred to Office of 
Assistant Secretary for Human Development by Secretary's order of June 
15, 1973. Transferred to the Office of the Secretary of Health and Human 
Services by Secretary's reorganization notice dated Apr. 15, 1991.

Aging, Federal Council on  Established by Presidential memorandum of 
Apr. 2, 1956. Reconstituted at Federal level by Presidential letter of 
Mar. 7, 1959, to Health, Education, and Welfare Secretary. Abolished by 
EO 11022 of May 15, 1962, which established President's Council on 
Aging.

Aging, Office of  Established by Health, Education, and Welfare 
Secretary June 2, 1955, as Special Staff on Aging. Terminated Sept. 30, 
1965, and functions assumed by Administration on Aging.

Aging, President's Council on  Established by EO 11022 of May 14, 1962. 
Terminated by EO 11022, which was revoked by EO 12379 of Aug. 17, 1982.

Agricultural Adjustment Administration  Established by act of May 12, 
1933 (48 Stat. 31). Consolidated into Agricultural Conservation and 
Adjustment Administration as Agricultural Adjustment Agency, Agriculture 
Department, by EO 9069 of Feb. 23, 1942. Grouped with other agencies to 
form Food Production Administration by EO 9280 of Dec. 5, 1942. 
Transferred to War Food Administration by EO 9322 of Mar. 26, 1943. 
Administration terminated by EO 9577 of June 29, 1945, and functions 
transferred to Agriculture Secretary. Transfer made permanent by Reorg. 
Plan No. 3 of 1946, effective July 16, 1946. Functions of Agricultural 
Adjustment Agency consolidated with Production and Marketing 
Administration by Secretary's Memorandum 1118 of Aug. 18, 1945.

Agricultural Adjustment Agency  See Agricultural Adjustment 
Administration

Agricultural Advisory Commission, National  Established by EO 10472 of 
July 20, 1953. Terminated Feb. 4, 1965, on resignation of members.

Agricultural Chemistry and Engineering, Bureau of  See Agricultural 
Engineering, Bureau of

Agricultural Conservation and Adjustment Administration  Established by 
EO 9069 of Feb. 23, 1942, consolidating Agricultural Adjustment Agency, 
Sugar Agency, Federal Crop Insurance Corporation, and Soil Conservation 
Service. Consolidated into Food Production Administration by EO 9280 of 
Dec. 5, 1942.

Agricultural Conservation Program Service  Established by Agriculture 
Secretary Jan. 21, 1953, from part of Production and Marketing 
Administration. Merged with Commodity Stabilization Service by 
Secretary's Memorandum 1446, supp. 2, of Apr. 19, 1961.

Agricultural Developmental Service, International  Established by 
Agriculture Secretary's memorandum of July 12, 1963. Functions and 
delegations of authority transferred to Foreign Agricultural Service by 
Secretary's memorandum of Mar. 28, 1969. Functions transferred by 
Secretary to Foreign Economic Development Service Nov. 8, 1969.

Agricultural Economics, Bureau of  Established by act of May 11, 1931 
(42 Stat. 532). Functions transferred to other units of Agriculture 
Department, including Consumer and Marketing Service and Agricultural 
Research Service, under Secretary's Memorandum 1320, supp. 4, of Nov. 2, 
1953.

Agricultural Engineering, Bureau of  Established by act of Feb. 23, 1931 
(46 Stat. 1266). Merged with Bureau of Chemistry and Soils by 
Secretarial order of Oct. 16, 1938, to form Bureau of Agricultural 
Chemistry and Engineering.

Agricultural and Industrial Chemistry, Bureau of  Bureau of Chemistry 
and Bureau of Soils, created in 1901, combined into Bureau of Chemistry 
and Soils by act of Jan. 18, 1927 (44 Stat. 976). Soils units 
transferred to other agencies of Agriculture Department and remaining 
units of Bureau of Chemistry and Soils and Bureau of Agricultural 
Engineering consolidated with Bureau of Agricultural Chemistry and 
Engineering by Secretary's order of Oct. 16, 1938. In February 1943 
agricultural engineering research made part of Bureau of Plant Industry, 
Soils, and Agricultural Engineering, and organization for continuing 
agricultural chemistry research relating to crop utilization named 
Bureau of Agricultural and Industrial Chemistry, in accordance with 
Research Administration Memorandum 5 issued pursuant to EO 9069 of Feb. 
23, 1942, and in conformity with Secretary's Memorandums 960 and 986. 
Functions transferred to Agricultural Research Service under Secretary's 
Memorandum 1320, supp. 4, of Nov. 2, 1953.

Agricultural Library, National  Established by Agriculture Secretary's 
Memorandum 1496 of Mar. 23, 1962. Consolidated into Science and 
Education Administration by Secretary's order of Jan. 24, 1978. 
Reestablished as National Agricultural Library by Secretary's order of 
June 16, 1981. Became part of Agricultural Research Service in 1994 
under Department of Agriculture reorganization.

Agricultural Marketing Administration  Established by EO 9069 of Feb. 
23, 1942, consolidating Surplus Marketing Administration, Agricultural 
Marketing Service, and Commodity Exchange Administration. Division of 
Consumers' Counsel transferred to Administration by Secretary's 
memorandum of Feb. 28, 1942. Consolidated into Food Distribution 
Administration in Agriculture Department by EO 9280 of Dec. 5, 1942.

Agricultural Marketing Service  Established by Agriculture Secretary 
pursuant to act of June 30, 1939 (53 Stat. 939). Merged into 
Agricultural Marketing Administration by EO 9069 of Feb. 23, 1942. 
Renamed Consumer and Marketing Service by 

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Secretary's Memorandum 1567, supp. 1, of Feb. 8, 1965. Reestablished as 
Agricultural Marketing Service by Agriculture Secretary on Apr. 2, 1972, 
under authority of Reorg. Plan No. 2 of 1953 (67 Stat. 633).

Agricultural Relations, Office of Foreign  See Agricultural Service, 
Foreign

Agricultural Research Administration  Established by EO 9069 of Feb. 23, 
1942. Superseded by Agricultural Research Service.

Agricultural Research Service  Established by Agriculture Secretary's 
Memorandum 1320, supp. 4, of Nov. 2, 1953. Consolidated into Science and 
Education Administration by Secretary's order of Jan. 24, 1978. 
Reestablished as Agricultural Research Service by Secretarial order of 
June 16, 1981.

Agricultural Service, Foreign  Established by act of June 5, 1930 (46 
Stat. 497). Economic research and agricultural attache activities 
administered by Foreign Agricultural Service Division, Bureau of 
Agricultural Economics, until June 29, 1939. Transferred by Reorg. Plan 
No. II of 1939, effective July 1, 1939, from Agriculture Department to 
State Department. Economic research functions of Division transferred to 
Office of Foreign Agricultural Relations June 30, 1939. Functions of 
Office transferred to Foreign Agricultural Service Mar. 10, 1953. 
Agricultural attaches placed in Agriculture Department by act of Aug. 
28, 1954 (68 Stat. 908).

Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service  Established June 5, 
1961, by the Secretary of Agriculture under authority of revised 
statutes (5 U.S.C. 301) and Reorg. Plan No. 2 of 1953 (5 U.S.C. app.). 
Abolished and functions assumed by the Farm Service Agency by 
Secretary's Memorandum 1010-1 dated Oct. 20, 1994 (59 FR 60297, 60299).

Agricultural Statistics Division  Transferred to Bureau of Agricultural 
Economics by EO 9069 of Feb. 23, 1942.

Agriculture, Division of  See Farm Products, Division of

Air Commerce, Bureau of  See Aeronautics Branch

Air Coordinating Committee  Established Mar. 27, 1945, by 
interdepartmental memorandum; formally established by EO 9781 of Sept. 
19, 1946. Terminated by EO 10883 of Aug. 11, 1960, and functions 
transferred for liquidation to Federal Aviation Agency.

Air Force Management Engineering Agency  Established in 1975 in Air 
Force as separate operating unit. Made subordinate unit of Air Force 
Military Personnel Center (formerly Air Force Manpower and Personnel 
Center) in 1978. Reestablished as separate operating unit of Air Force, 
effective Mar. 1, 1985, by Secretarial order.

Air Force Manpower and Personnel Center  Certain functions transferred 
on activation of Air Force Management Engineering Agency, which was made 
separate operating unit from Air Force Manpower and Personnel Center 
(later Air Force Military Personnel Center) in April 1985 by general 
order of Chief of Staff.

Air Force Medical Service Center  Renamed Air Force Office of Medical 
Support by Program Action Directive 85-1 of Mar. 6, 1985, approved by 
Air Force Vice Chief of Staff.

Air Mail, Bureau of  Established in Interstate Commerce Commission to 
carry out provisions of act of June 12, 1934 (48 Stat. 933). Personnel 
and property transferred to Civil Aeronautics Authority by EO 7959 of 
Aug. 22, 1938.

Air Patrol, Civil  Established in Civilian Defense Office by 
Administrative Order 9 of Dec. 8, 1941. Transferred to War Department as 
auxiliary of Army Air Forces by EO 9339 of Apr. 29, 1943. Transferred to 
Air Force Department by Defense Secretary's order of May 21, 1948. 
Established as civilian auxiliary of U.S. Air Force by act of May 26, 
1948 (62 Stat. 274).

Air Safety Board  Established by act of June 23, 1938 (52 Stat. 973). 
Functions transferred to Civil Aeronautics Board by Reorg. Plan No. IV 
of 1940, effective June 30, 1940.

Airways Modernization Board  Established by act of Aug. 14, 1957 (71 
Stat. 349). Transferred to Federal Aviation Agency by EO 10786 of Nov. 
1, 1958.

Alaska, Board of Road Commissioners for  Established in War Department 
by act of Jan. 27, 1905 (33 Stat. 616). Functions transferred to 
Interior Department by act of June 30, 1932 (47 Stat. 446), and 
delegated to Alaska Road Commission. Functions transferred to Commerce 
Department by act of June 29, 1956 (70 Stat. 377), and terminated by act 
of June 25, 1959 (73 Stat. 145).

Alaska, Federal Field Committee for Development Planning in  Established 
by EO 11182 of Oct. 2, 1964. Abolished by EO 11608 of July 19, 1971.

Alaska, Federal Reconstruction and Development Planning Commission for  
Established by EO 11150 of Apr. 2, 1964. Abolished by EO 11182 of Oct. 
2, 1964, which established President's Review Committee for Development 
Planning in Alaska and Federal Field Committee for Development Planning 
in Alaska.

Alaska, President's Review Committee for Development Planning in  
Established by EO 11182 of Oct. 2, 1964. Superseded by Federal Advisory 
Council on Regional Economic Development established by EO 11386 of Dec. 
28, 1967. EO 11386 revoked by EO 12553 of Feb. 25, 1986.

Alaska Communication System  Operational responsibility vested in Army 
Secretary by act of May 26, 1900 (31 Stat. 206). Transferred to Air 
Force Secretary by Defense Secretary's reorganization order of May 24, 
1962.

Alaska Engineering Commission  See Alaska Railroad

Alaska Game Commission  Established by act of Jan. 13, 1925 (43 Stat. 
740). Expired Dec. 31, 1959, pursuant to act of July 7, 1958 (72 Stat. 
339).

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Alaska International Rail and Highway Commission  Established by act of 
Aug. 1, 1956 (70 Stat. 888). Terminated June 30, 1961, under terms of 
act.

Alaska Power Administration  Established by Interior Secretary in 1967. 
Transferred to Energy Department by act of Aug. 4, 1977 (91 Stat. 578).

Alaska Railroad  Built pursuant to act of Mar. 12, 1914 (38 Stat. 305), 
which created Alaska Engineering Commission. Placed under Interior 
Secretary by EO 2129 of Jan. 26, 1915, and renamed Alaska Railroad by EO 
3861 of June 8, 1923. Authority to regulate tariffs granted to 
Interstate Commerce Commission by EO 11107 of Apr. 25, 1963. Authority 
to operate Railroad transferred to Transportation Secretary by act of 
Oct. 15, 1966 (80 Stat. 941), effective Apr. 1, 1967. Railroad purchased 
by State of Alaska, effective Jan. 5, 1985.

Alaska Road Commission  See Alaska, Board of Road Commissioners for

Alcohol, Bureau of Industrial  Established by act of May 27, 1930 (46 
Stat. 427). Consolidated into Bureau of Internal Revenue by EO 6166 of 
June 10, 1933. Consolidation deferred until May 11, 1934, by EO 6639 of 
Mar. 10, 1934. Order also transferred to Internal Revenue Commissioner 
certain functions imposed on Attorney General by act of May 27, 1930, 
with relation to enforcement of criminal laws concerning intoxicating 
liquors remaining in effect after repeal of 18th amendment; personnel 
of, and appropriations for, Bureau of Industrial Alcohol; and necessary 
personnel and appropriations of Bureau of Prohibition, Justice 
Department.

Alcohol, Commissioner of Industrial  Office created in Treasury 
Department by act of May 27, 1930 (46 Stat. 427). Abolished by EO 6639 
of Mar. 10, 1934.

Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration  Established by 
Health, Education, and Welfare Secretary by act of May 21, 1972 (88 
Stat. 134). Functions transferred to Health and Human Services 
Department by act of Oct. 17, 1979 (93 Stat. 695). Established as an 
agency of the Public Health Service by act of Oct. 27, 1986 (100 Stat. 
3207-106). Renamed Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services 
Administration by act of July 10, 1992 (106 Stat. 325).

Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, National Institute on  Established within 
the National Institute of Mental Health, Health, Education, and Welfare 
Department by act of Dec. 31, 1970 (84 Stat. 1848). Removed from within 
the National Institute of Mental Health and made an entity within the 
Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration by act of May 14, 
1974 (88 Stat. 1356). Functions transferred to Health and Human Services 
Department by act of Oct. 17, 1979 (93 Stat. 695). (See also act of Oct. 
27, 1986; 100 Stat. 3207-106.) Abolished by act of July 10, 1992 (106 
Stat. 331). Reestablished by act of July 10, 1992 (106 Stat. 359).

Alcohol Administration, Federal  See Alcohol Control Administration, 
Federal

Alcohol Control Administration, Federal  Established by EO 6474 of Dec. 
4, 1933. Abolished Sept. 24, 1935, on induction into office of 
Administrator, Federal Alcohol Administration, as provided in act of 
Aug. 29, 1935 (49 Stat. 977). Abolished by Reorg. Plan No. III of 1940, 
effective June 30, 1940, and functions consolidated with activities of 
Internal Revenue Service.

Alexander Hamilton Bicentennial Commission  Established by act of Aug. 
20, 1954 (68 Stat. 746). Terminated Apr. 30, 1958.

Alien Property, Office of  Transferred to Civil Division, Justice 
Department, by Attorney General Order 249-61 of Sept. 1, 1961. Abolished 
by EO 11281 of May 13, 1966, and foreign funds control functions 
transferred to Office of Foreign Assets Control, Treasury Department. 
Remaining functions continued by Civil Division, Justice Department. 
Remaining functions abolished by act of Aug. 23, 1988 (102 Stat. 1370).

Alien Property Custodian  Appointed by President Oct. 22, 1917, under 
authority of act of Oct. 6, 1917 (40 Stat. 415). Office transferred to 
Alien Property Division, Justice Department, by EO 6694 of May 1, 1934. 
Powers vested in President by act delegated to Attorney General by EO 
8136 of May 15, 1939. Authority vested in Attorney General by EO's 6694 
and 8136 transferred by EO 9142 of Apr. 21, 1942, to Office of Alien 
Property Custodian, Office for Emergency Management, as provided for by 
EO 9095 of Mar. 11, 1942.

Alien Property Custodian, Office of  Established in Office for Emergency 
Management by EO 9095 of Mar. 11, 1942. Terminated by EO 9788 of Oct. 
14, 1946, and functions transferred to Justice Department. Transfer made 
permanent by Reorg. Plan No. 1 of 1947, effective July 1, 1947.

Alien Property Division  See Alien Property Custodian

American Republics, Office for Coordination of Commercial and Cultural 
Relations between the  Established by Council of National Defense order 
approved by President Aug. 16, 1940. Succeeded by Office of the 
Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs, Office for Emergency Management, 
established by EO 8840 of July 30, 1941. Renamed Office of Inter-
American Affairs by EO 9532 of Mar. 23, 1945. Information functions 
transferred to State Department by EO 9608 of Aug. 31, 1945. Terminated 
by EO 9710 of Apr. 10, 1946, and functions transferred to State 
Department, functioning as Institute of Inter-American Affairs. 
Transferred to Foreign Operations Administration by Reorg. Plan No. 7, 
effective Aug. 1, 1953.

American Revolution Bicentennial Administration  See American Revolution 
Bicentennial Commission

American Revolution Bicentennial Commission  Established by act of July 
4, 1966 (80 Stat. 259). American Revolution Bicentennial Administration 
established by act of Dec. 11, 1973 (87 Stat. 697), to replace 
Commission. Administration terminated June 30, 1977, pursuant to terms 
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continuing functions transferred to Interior Secretary by EO 12001 of 
June 29, 1977.

American Studies, Office of  Renamed American Studies Program by 
Smithsonian Institution administrative order in 1990.

Anacostia Neighborhood Museum  Renamed Anacostia Museum by Smithsonian 
Institution announcement of Apr. 3, 1987.

Animal Industry, Bureau of  Established in Agriculture Department by act 
of May 29, 1884 (23 Stat. 31). Functions transferred to Agricultural 
Research Service by Secretary's Memorandum 1320, supp. 4, of Nov. 2, 
1953.

Apprenticeship, Federal Committee on  Previously known as Federal 
Committee on Apprentice Training, established by EO 6750-C of June 27, 
1934. Functioned as part of Division of Labor Standards, Labor 
Department, pursuant to act of Aug. 16, 1937 (50 Stat. 664). Transferred 
to Office of Administrator, Federal Security Agency, by EO 9139 of Apr. 
18, 1942. Transferred to Bureau of Training, War Manpower Commission, by 
EO 9247 of Sept. 17, 1942. Returned to Labor Department by EO 9617 of 
Sept. 19, 1945.

Architect, Office of the Supervising  See Construction Branch

Archive of Folksong  Renamed Archive of Folk Culture by administrative 
order of Deputy Librarian of Congress, effective Sept. 21, 1981.

Archives Council, National  Established by act of June 19, 1934 (48 
Stat. 1122). Transferred to General Services Administration by act of 
June 30, 1949 (63 Stat. 378). Terminated on establishment of Federal 
Records Council by act of Sept. 5, 1950 (64 Stat. 583).

Archives Establishment, National  Office of Archivist of the U.S. and 
National Archives created by act of June 19, 1934 (48 Stat. 1122). 
Transferred to General Services Administration by act of June 30, 1949 
(63 Stat. 381), and incorporated as National Archives and Records 
Service by order of General Services Administrator, together with 
functions of Division of the Federal Register, National Archives 
Council, National Historical Publications Commission, National Archives 
Trust Fund Board, Trustees of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, and 
Administrative Committee of the Federal Register. Transferred from 
General Services Administration to National Archives and Records 
Administration by act of Oct. 19, 1984 (98 Stat. 2283), along with 
certain functions of Administrator of General Services transferred to 
Archivist of the United States, effective Apr. 1, 1985.

Archives and Records Service, National  See Archives Establishment, 
National

Archives Trust Fund Board, National  See Archives Establishment, 
National

Area Redevelopment Administration  Established May 8, 1961, by Commerce 
Secretary pursuant to act of May 1, 1961 (75 Stat. 47) and Reorg. Plan 
No. 5 of 1950, effective May 24, 1950. Terminated Aug. 31, 1965, by act 
of June 30, 1965 (79 Stat. 195). Functions transferred to Economic 
Development Administration in Commerce Department by Department Order 4-
A, effective Sept. 1, 1965.

Arlington Memorial Amphitheater Commission  Established by act of Mar. 
4, 1921 (41 Stat. 1440). Abolished by act of Sept. 2, 1960 (74 Stat. 
739), and functions transferred to Defense Secretary.

Arlington Memorial Bridge Commission  Established by act of Mar. 4, 1913 
(37 Stat. 885; D.C. Code (1951 ed.) 8-158). Abolished by EO 6166 of June 
10, 1933, and functions transferred to Office of National Parks, 
Buildings, and Reservations.

Armed Forces Medical Library  Founded in 1836 as Library of the Surgeon 
General's Office, U.S. Army. Later known as Army Medical Library, then 
Armed Forces Medical Library in 1952. Personnel and property transferred 
to National Library of Medicine established in Public Health Service by 
act of Aug. 3, 1956 (70 Stat. 960).

Armed Forces Museum Advisory Board, National  Established by act of Aug. 
30, 1961 (75 Stat. 414). Functions discontinued due to lack of funding.

Armed Services Renegotiation Board  Established by Defense Secretary's 
directive of July 19, 1948. Abolished by Defense Secretary's letter of 
Jan. 18, 1952, and functions transferred to Renegotiation Board.

Army, Communications Command, U.S.  Renamed U.S. Army Information 
Systems Command by Department General Order No. 26 of July 25, 1984.

Army Materiel Development and Readiness Command, U.S.  Renamed U.S. Army 
Materiel Command by Department General Order No. 28 of Aug. 15, 1984.

Army and Navy, Joint Board  Placed under direction of President by 
military order of July 5, 1939. Abolished Sept. 1, 1947, by joint letter 
of Aug. 20, 1947, to President from Secretaries of War and Navy.

Army and Navy Staff College  Established Apr. 23, 1943, and operated 
under Joint Chiefs of Staff. Redesignated the National War College, 
effective July 1, 1946.

Army Specialist Corps  Established in War Department by EO 9078 of Feb. 
26, 1942. Abolished by War Secretary Oct. 31, 1942, and functions merged 
into central Officer Procurement Service.

Arthritis, Diabetes, and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, National 
Institute of  See Arthritis, Metabolism, and Digestive Diseases, 
National Institute of

Arthritis, Metabolism, and Digestive Diseases, National Institute of  
Renamed National Institute of Arthritis, Diabetes, and Digestive and 
Kidney Diseases by Secretary's order of June 15, 1981, pursuant to act 
of Dec. 19, 1980 (94 Stat. 3184). 

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Renamed National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney 
Diseases and National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and 
Skin Diseases by act of Nov. 20, 1985 (99 Stat. 820).

Arts, Advisory Committee on the  Established under authority of act of 
Sept. 20, 1961 (75 Stat. 527). Terminated July 1973 by act of Oct. 6, 
1972. Formally abolished by Reorg. Plan No. 2 of 1977, effective Apr. 1, 
1978.

Arts, National Council on the  Established in Executive Office of the 
President by act of Sept. 3, 1964 (78 Stat. 905). Transferred to 
National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities by act of Sept. 29, 
1965 (79 Stat. 845).

Assay Commission, Annual  Established initially by act of Apr. 2, 1792 
(1 Stat. 250) and by act of Feb. 12, 1873 (Revised Statute sec. 3647; 17 
Stat. 432). Terminated and functions transferred to Treasury Secretary 
by act of Mar. 14, 1980 (94 Stat. 98).

Assistance, Bureau of Public  Renamed Bureau of Family Services by order 
of Health, Education, and Welfare Secretary, effective Jan. 1, 1962. 
Functions redelegated to Social and Rehabilitation Service by 
Secretary's reorganization of Aug. 15, 1967.

Assistance Coordinating Committee, Adjustment  Established by act of 
Jan. 3, 1975 (88 Stat. 2040). Inactive since 1981.

Assistance Payments Administration  Established by Health, Education, 
and Welfare Secretary's reorganization of Aug. 15, 1967. Transferred by 
Secretary's reorganization of Mar. 8, 1977 (42 FR 13262), from Social 
and Rehabilitation Service to Social Security Administration.

Athletics, Interagency Committee on International  Established by EO 
11117 of Aug. 13, 1963. Terminated by EO 11515 of Mar. 13, 1970.

Atlantic-Pacific Interoceanic Canal Study Commission  Established by act 
of Sept. 22, 1964 (78 Stat. 990). Terminated Dec. 1, 1970, pursuant to 
terms of act.

Atomic Energy Commission  Established by act of Aug. 1, 1946 (60 Stat. 
755). Abolished by act of Oct. 11, 1974 (88 Stat. 1237) and functions 
transferred to Energy Research and Development Administration and 
Nuclear Regulatory Commission.

Aviation, Interdepartmental Committee on Civil International  
Established by Presidential letter of June 20, 1935. Terminated on 
organization of Civil Aeronautics Authority.

Aviation Agency, Federal  Established by act of Aug. 23, 1958 (72 Stat. 
731). Transferred to Transportation Secretary by act of Oct. 15, 1966 
(80 Stat. 931). Agency reestablished as Federal Aviation Administration 
by act of Jan 12, 1983 (96 Stat. 2416).

Aviation Commission, Federal  Established by act of June 12, 1934 (48 
Stat. 938). Terminated Feb. 1, 1935, under provisions of act.

Beltsville Research Center  Established to operate with other agencies 
of Agriculture Department under Agricultural Research Administration. 
Consolidated into Agricultural Research Administration, Agriculture 
Department, by EO 9069 of Feb. 23, 1942.

Biological Survey, Bureau of  Established by Secretary's order July 1, 
1885, as part of Division of Entomology, Agriculture Department. Made 
separate bureau by act of Apr. 23, 1904 (33 Stat. 276). Transferred to 
Interior Department by Reorg. Plan No. II of 1939, effective July 1, 
1939. Consolidated with Bureau of Fisheries into Fish and Wildlife 
Service by Reorg. Plan No. III of 1940, effective June 30, 1940.

Biological Survey, National  Established in the Interior Department by 
Secretarial Order 3173 of Sept. 29, 1993. Renamed National Biological 
Service by Secretarial order in 1995.

Blind, Inc., American Printing House for the  Established in 1858 as 
privately owned institution in Louisville, KY. Functions of Treasury 
Secretary, except that relating to perpetual trust funds, transferred to 
Federal Security Agency by Reorg. Plan No. II of 1939, effective July 1, 
1939. Functions performed by Health, Education, and Welfare Department 
transferred to Education Department.

Blind-made Products, Committee on Purchases of  Established by act of 
June 25, 1938 (52 Stat. 1196). Renamed Committee for Purchase of 
Products and Services of the Blind and Other Severely Handicapped by act 
of June 23, 1971 (85 Stat. 77). Renamed Committee for Purchase from the 
Blind and Other Severely Handicapped by act of July 25, 1974 (88 Stat. 
392). Renamed Committee for Purchase From People Who Are Blind or 
Severely Disabled by act of Oct. 29, 1992 (106 Stat. 4486).

Blind and Other Severely Handicapped, Committee for Purchase of Products 
and Services of the  See Blind-made Products, Committee on Purchases of

Blockade and Supply Division  Established by State departmental order of 
Aug. 27, 1943, in Office of Foreign Economic Coordination. Office 
abolished by departmental order of Nov. 6, 1943, pursuant to EO 9380 of 
Sept. 25, 1943, which established Foreign Economic Administration.

Board.  See other part of title

Bond and Spirits Division  Established as Taxes and Penalties Unit, as 
announced by Assistant to Attorney General in departmental circular of 
May 25, 1934, pursuant to EO 6639 of May 10, 1934. Abolished by 
administrative order of October 1942, and functions transferred to Tax, 
Claims, and Criminal Divisions, Justice Department.

Bonneville Power Administration  Established by Interior Secretary 
pursuant to act of Aug. 20, 1937 (50 Stat. 731). Transferred to Energy 
Department by act of Aug. 4, 1977 (91 Stat. 578).

Boston National Historic Sites Commission  Established by joint 
resolution of June 16, 1955 (69 Stat. 137). Terminated June 16, 1960, by 
act of Feb. 19, 1957 (71 Stat. 4).

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Brazil-U.S. Defense Commission, Joint  Established in May 1942 by 
agreement between the U.S. and Brazil. Terminated in September 1977 at 
direction of Brazilian Government.

Broadcast Bureau  Merged with Cable Television Bureau to form Mass Media 
Bureau by Federal Communications Commission order, effective Nov. 30, 
1982.

Broadcast Intelligence Service, Foreign  See Broadcast Monitoring 
Service, Foreign

Broadcast Monitoring Service, Foreign  Established in Federal 
Communications Commission by Presidential directive of Feb. 26, 1941. 
Renamed Foreign Broadcast Intelligence Service by FCC order of July 28, 
1942. Transferred to War Department by Secretarial order of Dec. 30, 
1945. Act of May 3, 1945 (59 Stat. 110), provided for liquidation 60 
days after Japanese armistice. Transferred to Central Intelligence Group 
Aug. 5, 1946, and renamed Foreign Broadcast Information Service.

Budget, Bureau of the  Established by act of June 10, 1921 (42 Stat. 
20), in Treasury Department under immediate direction of President. 
Transferred to Executive Office of the President by Reorg. Plan No. I of 
1939, effective July 1, 1939. Reorganized by Reorg. Plan No. 2 of 1970, 
effective July 1, 1970, and renamed Office of Management and Budget.

Buildings Administration, Public  Established as part of Federal Works 
Agency by Reorg. Plan No. I of 1939, effective July 1, 1939. Abolished 
by act of June 30, 1949 (63 Stat. 380), and functions transferred to 
General Services Administration.

Buildings Branch, Public  Organized in Procurement Division, established 
in Treasury Department by EO 6166 of June 10, 1933. Consolidated with 
Branch of Buildings Management, National Park Service, to form Public 
Buildings Administration, Federal Works Agency, under Reorg. Plan No. I 
of 1939, effective July 1, 1939.

Buildings Commission, Public  Established by act of July 1, 1916 (39 
Stat. 328). Abolished by EO 6166 of June 10, 1933, and functions 
transferred to Office of National Parks, Buildings, and Reservations, 
Interior Department. Functions transferred to Public Buildings 
Administration, Federal Works Agency, under Reorg. Plan No. I of 1939, 
effective July 1, 1939.

Buildings Management, Branch of  Functions of National Park Service 
(except those relating to monuments and memorials) consolidated with 
Public Buildings Branch, Procurement Division, Treasury Department, to 
form Public Buildings Administration, Federal Works Agency, in 
accordance with Reorg. Plan No. I of 1939, effective July 1, 1939.

Buildings and Public Parks of the National Capital, Office of Public  
Established by act of Feb. 26, 1925 (43 Stat. 983), by consolidation of 
Office of Public Buildings and Grounds under Chief of Engineers, U.S. 
Army, and Office of Superintendent of State, War, and Navy Department 
Buildings. Abolished by EO 6166 of June 10, 1933, and functions 
transferred to Office of National Parks, Buildings, and Reservations, 
Interior Department.

Bureau.  See other part of title

Business, Cabinet Committee on Small  Established by Presidential letter 
of May 31, 1956. Dissolved January 1961.

Business Administration, Domestic and International  See Business and 
Defense Services Administration

Business Cooperation, Division of  Established in National Recovery 
Administration by EO 7075 of June 15, 1935. Transferred to Commerce 
Department by EO 7252 of Dec. 21, 1935. By same order, functions of 
Division ordered terminated by Apr. 1, 1936. Committee of Industrial 
Analysis created by EO 7323 of Mar. 21, 1936, to complete work of 
Division.

Business and Defense Services Administration  Established by Commerce 
Secretary Oct. 1, 1953, and operated under Department Organization Order 
40-1. Abolished by Department Organization Order 40-1A of Sept. 15, 
1970, and functions transferred to Bureau of Domestic Commerce. 
Functions transferred to Domestic and International Business 
Administration, effective Nov. 17, 1972. Administration terminated by 
Secretary's order of Dec. 4, 1977, and functions assumed by Industry and 
Trade Administration.

Business Economics, Office of   Established by Commerce Secretary Jan. 
17, 1946. Renamed Office of Economic Analysis Dec. 1, 1953. Transferred 
to Social and Economic Statistics Administration along with Bureau of 
the Census and renamed Bureau of Economic Analysis on Jan. 1, 1972.

Business Operations, Bureau of International  Established by Commerce 
Secretary Aug. 8, 1961, by Departmental Orders 173 and 174. Abolished by 
Departmental Order 182 of Feb. 1, 1963, which established Bureau of 
International Commerce. Functions transferred to Domestic and 
International Business Administration, effective Nov. 17, 1972.

Cable Television Bureau  Merged with Broadcast Bureau by Federal 
Communications Commission order to form Mass Media Bureau, effective 
Nov. 30, 1982.

California Debris Commission  Established by act of Mar. 1, 1893 (27 
Stat. 507). Abolished by act of Nov. 17, 1986 (100 Stat. 4229), and 
functions transferred to Interior Secretary.

Canal Zone Government  Established by act of Aug. 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 
561). Abolished by act of Sept. 27, 1979 (93 Stat. 454).

Capital Housing Authority, National  Established by act of June 12, 1934 
(48 Stat. 930). Made agency of District of Columbia government by act of 
Dec. 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 779), effective July 1, 1974.

Capital Park Commission, National  Established by act of June 6, 1924 
(43 Stat. 463). National Capital Park and Planning Commission named 
successor by act of Apr. 30, 1926 (44 Stat. 374). Functions 

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transferred to National Capital Planning Commission by act of July 19, 
1952 (66 Stat. 781).

Capital Park and Planning Commission, National  See Capital Park 
Commission, National

Capital Regional Planning Council, National  Established by act of July 
19, 1952 (66 Stat. 785). Terminated by Reorg. Plan No. 5 of 1966, 
effective Sept. 8, 1966.

Capital Transportation Agency, National  Established by act of July 14, 
1960 (74 Stat 537). Authorized to establish rapid rail transit system by 
act of Sept. 8, 1965 (79 Stat. 663). Functions transferred to Washington 
Metropolitan Area Transit Authority by EO 11373 of Sept. 20, 1967.

Career Executive Board  Established by EO 10758 of Mar. 4, 1958. 
Terminated July 1, 1959, and EO 10758 revoked by EO 10859 of Feb. 5, 
1960.

Caribbean Organization  Act of June 30, 1961 (75 Stat. 194), provided 
for acceptance by President of Agreement for the Establishment of the 
Caribbean Organization, signed at Washington, June 21, 1960. Article III 
of Agreement provided for termination of Caribbean Commission, 
authorized by Agreement signed Oct. 30, 1946, on first meeting of 
Caribbean Council, governing body of Organization. Terminated, effective 
Dec. 31, 1965, by resolution adopted by Council.

Cemeteries and Memorials in Europe, National  Supervision transferred 
from War Department to American Battle Monuments Commission by EO 6614 
of Feb. 26, 1934, which transfer was deferred to May 21, 1934, by EO 
6690 of Apr. 25, 1934.

Cemeteries and Parks, National  War Department functions regarding 
National Cemeteries and Parks located in continental U.S. transferred to 
Office of National Parks, Buildings, and Reservations, Interior 
Department, by EO 6166 of June 10, 1933.

Censorship, Office of  Established by EO 8985 of Dec. 19, 1941. 
Terminated by EO 9631 of Sept. 28, 1945.

Censorship Policy Board  Established by EO 8985 of Dec. 19, 1941. 
Terminated by EO 9631 of Sept. 28, 1945.

Census, Bureau of the  See Census Office

Census Office  Established temporarily within the Interior Department in 
accordance with act of Mar. 3, 1899. Established as a permanent office 
by act of Mar. 6, 1902. Transferred from Interior Department to 
Department of Commerce and Labor by act of Feb. 14, 1903. Remained in 
Commerce Department under provisions of Reorganization Plan No. 5 of May 
24, 1950, effective May 24, 1950.

Center.  See other part of title

Central.  See other part of title

Chemistry and Soils, Bureau of  See Agricultural and Industrial 
Chemistry, Bureau of

Chesapeake Bay Center for Environmental Studies  Established in 1965 in 
Annapolis, MD, as part of Smithsonian Institution by Secretarial order. 
Merged with Radiation Biology Laboratory by Secretarial Order July 1, 
1983, to form Smithsonian Environmental Research Center.

Child Development, Office of  See Children's Bureau

Child Support Enforcement, Office of  Established in Health, Education, 
and Welfare Department by act of Jan. 4, 1975 (88 Stat. 2351). Replaced 
by Family Support Administration.

Children's Bureau  Established by act of Apr. 9, 1912 (37 Stat. 79). 
Placed in Labor Department by act of Mar. 4, 1913 (37 Stat. 737). 
Transferred, with exception of child labor functions, to Social Security 
Administration, Federal Security Agency, by Reorg. Plan No. 2 of 1946, 
effective July 16, 1946. Continued under Administration when Agency 
functions assumed by Health, Education, and Welfare Department. 
Reassigned to Welfare Administration by Department reorganization of 
Jan. 28, 1963. Reassigned to Social and Rehabilitation Service by 
Department reorganization of Aug. 15, 1967. Reassigned to Office of 
Child Development by Department reorganization order of Sept. 17, 1969.

China, U.S. Court for  Established by act of June 30, 1906 (34 Stat. 
814). Transferred to Justice Department by EO 6166 of June 10, 1933, 
effective Mar. 2, 1934. Act of June 30, 1906, repealed effective Sept. 
1, 1948 (62 Stat. 992).

Christopher Columbus Quincentenary Jubilee Commission  Established by 
act of Aug. 7, 1984 (98 Stat. 1257). Terminated pursuant to terms of 
act.

Civil defense.  See Defense

Civil Rights, Commission on  Established by act of Sept. 9, 1957 (71 
Stat. 634). Terminated in 1983 and reestablished by act of Nov. 30, 1983 
(97 Stat. 1301). Renamed United States Commission on Civil Rights by act 
of Nov. 2, 1994 (108 Stat. 4683).

Civil Service Commission, U.S.  Established by act of Jan. 16, 1883 (22 
Stat. 403). Redesignated as Merit Systems Protection Board and functions 
transferred to Board and Office of Personnel Management by Reorg. Plan 
No. 2 of 1978, effective Jan. 1, 1979.

Civil War Centennial Commission  Established by act of Sept. 7, 1957 (71 
Stat. 626). Terminated May 1, 1966, pursuant to terms of act.

Civilian Conservation Corps  Established by act of June 28, 1937 (50 
Stat. 319). Made part of Federal Security Agency by Reorg. Plan No. I of 
1939, effective July 1, 1939. Liquidation provided for by act of July 2, 
1942 (56 Stat. 569), not later than June 30, 1943.

Civilian Production Administration  Established by EO 9638 of Oct. 4, 
1945. Consolidated with other agencies to form Office of Temporary 
Controls, Office for Emergency Management, by EO 9809 of Dec. 12, 1946.

Civilian Service Awards Board, Distinguished  Established by EO 10717 of 
June 27, 1957. 

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Terminated by EO 12014 of Oct. 19, 1977, and functions transferred to 
U.S. Civil Service Commission.

Claims, U.S. Court of  Established Feb. 25, 1855 (10 Stat. 612). 
Abolished by act of Apr. 2, 1982 (96 Stat. 26) and trial jurisdiction 
transferred to U.S. Claims Court and appellate functions merged with 
those of U.S. Court of Customs and Patent Appeals to form U.S. Court of 
Appeals for the Federal Circuit. U.S. Claims Court renamed U.S. Court of 
Federal Claims by act of Oct. 29, 1992 (106 Stat. 4516).

Claims Commission of the United States, International  Established in 
State Department by act of Mar. 10, 1950 (64 Stat. 12). Abolished by 
Reorg. Plan No. 1 of 1954, effective July 1, 1954, and functions 
transferred to Foreign Claims Settlement Commission of the United 
States.

Claims Settlement Commission of the United States, Foreign  Established 
by Reorg. Plan No. 1 of 1954, effective July 1, 1954. Transferred to 
Justice Department by act of Mar. 14, 1980 (94 Stat. 96).

Clark Sesquicentennial Commission, George Rogers  Established by Public 
Resolution 51 (45 Stat. 723). Expenditures ordered administered by 
Interior Department by EO 6166 of June 10, 1933.

Classification Review Committee, Interagency  Established by EO 11652 of 
Mar. 8, 1972. Abolished by EO 12065 of June 28, 1978.

Clemency Board, Presidential  Established in Executive Office of the 
President by EO 11803 of Sept. 16, 1974. Final recommendations submitted 
to President Sept. 15, 1975, and Board terminated by EO 11878 of Sept. 
10, 1975.

Coal Commission, National Bituminous  Established under authority of act 
of Aug. 30, 1935 (49 Stat. 992). Abolished by Reorg. Plan No. II of 
1939, effective July 1, 1939, and functions transferred to Bituminous 
Coal Division, Interior Department.

Coal Consumers' Counsel, Office of the Bituminous  Established by act of 
Apr. 11, 1941 (55 Stat. 134), renewing provisions of act of Apr. 23, 
1937 (50 Stat. 72) for 2 years to continue functions of Consumers' 
Counsel Division, Interior Department. Functions continued by acts of 
Apr. 24, 1943 (57 Stat. 68), and May 21, 1943 (57 Stat. 82). Terminated 
Aug. 24, 1943.

Coal Division, Bituminous  Established July 1, 1939, by Interior 
Secretary's Order 1394 of June 16, 1939, as amended by Order 1399, of 
July 5, 1939, pursuant to act of Apr. 3, 1939 (53 Stat. 562) and Reorg. 
Plan No. II of 1939, effective July 1, 1939. Administered functions 
vested in National Bituminous Coal Commission by act of Apr. 23, 1937 
(50 Stat. 72). Act extended to Aug. 24, 1943, on which date it expired.

Coal Labor Board, Bituminous  Established by act of July 12, 1921 (42 
Stat. 140). Abolished as result of U.S. Supreme Court decision, May 18, 
1936, in case of Carter v. Carter Coal Company et al.

Coal Leasing Planning and Coordination, Office of  Established Mar. 22, 
1978, by Interior Departmental Manual Release 2075. Abolished Aug. 4, 
1981, by Departmental Manual Release 2342.

Coal Mine Safety Board of Review, Federal  Established by act of July 
16, 1952 (66 Stat. 697). Inactive after Mar. 30, 1970, pursuant to act 
of Dec. 30, 1969 (83 Stat. 803).

Coal Mines Administration  Established by Interior Secretary July 1, 
1943. Abolished by Secretary's Order 1977 of Aug. 16, 1944, as amended 
by Order 1982 of Aug. 31, 1944, and functions assumed by Solid Fuels 
Administration for War. Administration reestablished in Interior 
Department by EO 9728 of May 21, 1946. Terminated June 30, 1947, by act 
of Mar. 27, 1942 (56 Stat. 176).

Coal Research, Office of  Established in Interior Department by act of 
July 7, 1960 (74 Stat. 336). Functions transferred to Energy Research 
and Development Administration by act of Oct. 11, 1974 (88 Stat. 1237).

Coast and Geodetic Survey  See Coast Survey

Coast Guard, U.S.  Transferred from Treasury Department to Navy 
Department by EO 8929 of Nov. 1, 1941. Returned to Treasury Department 
by EO 9666 of Dec. 28, 1945. Transferred to Transportation Department by 
act of Oct. 15, 1966 (80 Stat. 931).

Coast Survey  Established by act of Feb. 10, 1807 (2 Stat. 413). 
Redesignated as Coast and Geodetic Survey by act of June 20, 1878 (20 
Stat. 206). Transferred to Environmental Science Services Administration 
by Reorg. Plan No. 2 of 1965, effective July 13, 1965.

Codification Board  Established by act of June 19, 1937 (50 Stat. 304). 
Abolished by Reorg. Plan No. II of 1939, effective July 1, 1939, and 
functions transferred to Division of the Federal Register.

Coinage, Joint Commission on the  Established by act of July 23, 1965 
(79 Stat. 258). Expired Jan. 4, 1975, pursuant to act of Oct. 6, 1972 
(88 Stat. 776).

Collection of Fine Arts, National  Established within Smithsonian 
Institution by act of Mar. 24, 1937 (50 Stat. 51). Renamed National 
Museum of American Art in Smithsonian Institution by act of Oct. 13, 
1980 (94 Stat. 1884).

Columbia Institution for the Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb, and the 
Blind  Established by act of Feb. 16, 1857 (11 Stat. 161). Renamed 
Columbia Institution for the Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb by act of 
Feb. 23, 1865 (13 Stat. 436). Renamed Columbia Institution for the Deaf 
by act of Mar. 4, 1911 (36 Stat. 1422). Renamed Gallaudet College by act 
of June 18, 1954 (68 Stat. 265). Functions of Health, Education, and 
Welfare Department transferred to Education Department by act of Oct. 
17, 1979 (93 Stat. 695). Renamed Gallaudet University by act of Aug. 4, 
1986 (100 Stat. 781).

Commander in Chief, U.S. Fleet, and Chief of Naval Operations   Duties 
of two positions prescribed by EO 8984 of Dec. 18, 1941. Combined under 
one officer by EO 9096 of Mar. 12, 1942.

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Commerce, Bureau of Domestic  See Business and Defense Services 
Administration

Commerce, Bureau of Foreign  Established by Commerce Secretary Oct. 12, 
1953, by Reorg. Plan No. 5 of 1950, effective May 24, 1950. Abolished by 
department order of Aug. 7, 1961, and functions vested in Bureau of 
International Programs and Bureau of International Business Operations.

Commerce, Bureau of Foreign and Domestic  Established by act of Aug. 23, 
1912 (37 Stat. 407). Functions reassigned to other offices of Commerce 
Department due to internal reorganizations.

Commerce, Bureau of International  See Business Operations, Bureau of 
International

Commerce Commission, Interstate  Certain functions as cited in act of 
Oct. 15, 1966 (80 Stat. 931) transferred to Commerce Secretary. 
Functions relating to railroad and pipeline safety transferred to 
Federal Railroad Administrator and motor carrier safety to Federal 
Highway Administrator by act.

Commerce Department, Solicitor for  Transferred from Justice Department 
to Commerce Department by EO 6166 of June 10, 1933.

Commerce Service, Foreign  Established in Bureau of Foreign and Domestic 
Commerce, Commerce Department, by act of Mar. 3, 1927 (44 Stat. 1394). 
Transferred to State Department as part of Foreign Service by Reorg. 
Plan No. II of 1939, effective July 1, 1939.

Commercial Company, U.S.  Established Mar. 27, 1942, as subsidiary of 
Reconstruction Finance Corporation. Transferred to Office of Economic 
Warfare by EO 9361 of July 15, 1943. Office consolidated into Foreign 
Economic Administration by EO 9380 of Sept. 25, 1943. Functions returned 
to Corporation by EO 9630 of Sept. 27, 1945, until June 30, 1948.

Commercial Policy, Executive Committee on  Established by Presidential 
letter of Nov. 11, 1933, to Secretary of State. Abolished by EO 9461 of 
Aug. 7, 1944.

Commercial Services, Office of Foreign  Established by Commerce 
Secretary Feb. 1, 1963, and operated under Department Organization Order 
40-4. Abolished Sept. 15, 1970, by Department Organization Order 40-2A 
and functions transferred to Bureau of International Commerce.

Commercial Standards Division  Transferred with Division of Simplified 
Trade Practice from National Bureau of Standards to Commerce Secretary 
by Reorg. Plan No. 3 of 1946, effective July 16, 1946, to permit 
reassignment to Office of Domestic Commerce. Functions transferred to 
National Bureau of Standards by Commerce Department Order 90, June 7, 
1963, pursuant to Reorg. Plan No. 5 of 1950, effective May 24, 1950.

Commission.  See other part of title

Committee.  See also other part of title

Committee Management Secretariat  Established in Office of Management 
and Budget Jan. 5, 1973, by act of Oct. 6, 1972 (86 Stat. 772). 
Functions transferred to General Services Administrator by Reorg. Plan 
No. 1 of 1977, effective Apr. 1, 1978. Reassigned to National Archives 
and Records Service by GSA order of Feb. 22, 1979. Transferred in 
Archives to Office of the Federal Register by GSA order of Oct. 14, 
1980. Transferred to Office of the Archivist of the United States by GSA 
order of Sept. 24, 1982. Reassigned to Office of Program Initiatives, 
GSA, by GSA order of May 18, 1984. Transferred to Office of Management 
Services, GSA, by GSA order of Apr. 7, 1986.

Commodities Corporation, Federal Surplus  See Relief Corporation, 
Federal Surplus

Commodity Credit Corporation  Organized by EO 6340 of Oct. 16, 1933, and 
managed in close affiliation with Reconstruction Finance Corporation. 
Transferred to Agriculture Department by Reorg. Plan No. I of 1939, 
effective July 1, 1939.

Commodity Exchange Administration  See Grain Futures Administration

Commodity Exchange Authority  See Grain Futures Administration

Commodity Exchange Commission  Established by act of Sept. 21, 1922 (42 
Stat. 998). Functions transferred to Commodity Futures Trading 
Commission by act of Oct. 23, 1974 (88 Stat. 1414).

Commodity Stabilization Service  Established Nov. 2, 1953, by 
Secretary's Memorandum 1320, supp. 4. Renamed Agricultural Stabilization 
and Conservation Service by Secretary's Memorandum 1458 of June 14, 
1961, effective June 5, 1961.

Communication Agency, International  See Information Agency, U.S.

Communications Program, Joint Tactical  Combined with Joint 
Interoperability of the Tactical Command and Control Systems Programs to 
form Joint Tactical Command, Control, and Communications Agency in July 
1984, pursuant to Defense Department Directive 5154.28.

Community Development Corporation  Established in Housing and Urban 
Development Department by act of Dec. 31, 1970 (84 Stat. 1791). Renamed 
New Community Development Corporation by act of Aug. 22, 1974 (88 Stat. 
725). Abolished Nov. 30, 1983, by act of Nov. 30, 1983 (97 Stat. 1238), 
and functions transferred to Assistant Secretary for Community Planning 
and Development, Housing and Urban Development Department.

Community Development Corporation, New  See Community Development 
Corporation

Community Facilities, Bureau of  Established in 1945 by Federal Works 
Administrator. Transferred by act of June 30, 1949 (63 Stat. 380), to 
General Services Administration, functioning as Community Facilities 
Service. Certain functions transferred to various agencies, including 
Interior Department, Housing and Home Finance Agency, and Federal 
Security Agency by Reorg. Plans Nos. 15, 16, and 17 of 1950, effective 
May 24, 1950.

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Community Facilities Administration  Established in Housing and Home 
Finance Agency by Administrator's Organizational Order 1 of Dec. 23, 
1954. Terminated by act of Sept. 9, 1965 (79 Stat. 667), and functions 
transferred to Housing and Urban Development Department.

Community Organization, Committee on  Established in Office of Defense 
Health and Welfare Services Sept. 10, 1941. Functions transferred to 
Federal Security Agency by EO 9338 of Apr. 29, 1943.

Community Relations Service  Established in Commerce Department by act 
of July 2, 1964 (78 Stat. 241). Transferred to Justice Department by 
Reorg. Plan No. 1 of 1966, effective Apr. 22, 1966.

Community Service, Commission on National and  Established by act of 
Nov. 16, 1990 (104 Stat. 3168). Abolished by act of Sept. 21, 1993, and 
functions vested in the Board of Directors or the Executive Director 
prior to Oct. 1, 1993, transferred to the Corporation for National and 
Community Service (107 Stat. 873, 888).

Community Services, Office of  Established in Health and Human Services 
Department by act of Aug. 13, 1981 (95 Stat. 516). Replaced by Family 
Support Administration.

Community Services Administration  Established by act of Jan. 4, 1975 
(88 Stat. 2291) as successor to Office of Economic Opportunity. 
Abolished as independent agency through repeal of act of Aug. 20, 1964 
(except titles VIII and X of such act) by act of Aug. 13, 1981 (95 Stat. 
519).

Community Services Administration  Functions concerning Legal Services 
Program transferred to Legal Services Corporation by act of July 25, 
1974 (88 Stat. 389). Renamed Public Services Administration by Health, 
Education, and Welfare departmental notice of Nov. 3, 1976. Transferred 
to Office of Human Development by Secretary's reorganization of Mar. 8, 
1977 (42 FR 13262).

Community War Services  Established in Office of the Administrator under 
EO 9338 of Apr. 29, 1943, and Federal Security Agency order. Terminated 
Dec. 31, 1946, by act of July 26, 1946 (60 Stat. 695).

Conciliation Service, U.S.  Established by act of Mar. 4, 1913 (37 Stat. 
738). Functions transferred to Federal Mediation and Conciliation 
Service, established by act of June 23, 1947 (61 Stat. 153).

Conservation and Renewable Energy Office  Renamed Energy Efficiency and 
Renewable Energy Office by Assistant Secretary's memorandum of Mar. 3, 
1993.

Constitution, Commission on the Bicentennial of the United States  
Established by act of Sept. 29, 1983, as amended (97 Stat. 722). 
Terminated by act of Dec. 3, 1991 (105 Stat. 1232).

Constitution, transfer of functions  See Statutes at Large and other 
matters

Construction, Collective Bargaining Committee in  Established by EO 
11849 of Apr. 1, 1975. Inactive since Jan. 7, 1976. Formally abolished 
by EO 12110 of Dec. 28, 1978.

Construction, Equipment and Repairs, Bureau of  Established in Navy 
Department by act of Aug. 31, 1842 (5 Stat. 579). Abolished by act of 
July 5, 1862 (12 Stat. 510), and functions distributed among Bureau of 
Equipment and Recruiting, Bureau of Construction and Repair, and Bureau 
of Steam Engineering.

Construction Branch  Established in Treasury Department in 1853 and 
designated Bureau of Construction under control of Office of Supervising 
Architect by Sept. 30, 1855. Office incorporated into Public Buildings 
Branch, Procurement Division, by EO 6166 of June 10, 1933. Transferred 
to Federal Works Agency by Reorg. Plan No. I of 1939, effective July 1, 
1939, when Public Buildings Branch of Procurement Division, Bureau of 
Buildings Management, National Park Service, Interior Department--so far 
as latter concerned with operation of public buildings for other 
departments or agencies--and U.S. Housing Corporation consolidated with 
Public Buildings Administration, Federal Works Agency.

Construction Industry Stabilization Committee  Established by EO 11588 
of Mar. 29, 1971. Abolished by EO 11788 of June 18, 1974.

Construction and Repair, Bureau of  Established by act of July 5, 1862 
(12 Stat. 510), replacing Bureau of Construction, Equipment and Repairs. 
Abolished by act of June 20, 1940 (54 Stat. 492), and functions 
transferred to Bureau of Ships.

Consumer Advisory Council  Established by EO 11136 of Jan. 3, 1964. 
Office of Consumer Affairs established in Executive Office of the 
President by EO 11583 of Feb. 24, 1971, and Council reestablished in 
Office.

Consumer Affairs, Office of  Established by EO 11583 of Feb. 24, 1971. 
Transferred to Health, Education, and Welfare Department by EO 11702 of 
Jan. 25, 1973.

Consumer Affairs Staff, National Business Council for  Established in 
Commerce Department by departmental organization order of Dec. 16, 1971. 
Terminated by departmental order of Dec. 6, 1973, due to lack of 
funding.

Consumer agencies  Consumer agencies of National Emergency Council and 
National Recovery Administration reorganized and functions transferred, 
together with those of Consumers' Advisory Board, NRA, and Cabinet 
Committee on Price Policy, to Consumers' Division, NRA, by EO 7120 of 
July 30, 1935. Division transferred to Labor Department by EO 7252 of 
Dec. 21, 1935. Transferred to Division of Consumers' Counsel, 
Agricultural Adjustment Administration, Agriculture Department, by Labor 
Secretary's letter of Aug. 30, 1938, to Agriculture Secretary. Continued 
as Consumer Standards Project until June 30, 1941. Research on consumer 
standards continued by Consumer Standards Section, Consumers' Counsel 
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Administration by administrative order of Feb. 28, 1942. Other project 
activities discontinued.

Consumer Cooperative Bank, National  Established by act of Aug. 20, 1978 
(92 Stat. 499). Removed from mixed-ownership, Government corporation 
status by acts of Sept. 13, 1982 (96 Stat. 1062) and Jan. 12, 1983 (96 
Stat. 2478).

Consumer Interests, President's Committee on  Established by EO 11136 of 
Jan. 3, 1964. Abolished by EO 11583 of Feb. 24, 1971.

Consumer and Marketing Service   Established by Agriculture Secretary 
Feb. 2, 1965. Renamed Agricultural Marketing Service Apr. 2, 1972, by 
Secretary's order and certain functions transferred to Animal and Plant 
Health Inspection Service.

Consumers' Counsel  Established in National Bituminous Coal Commission 
by act of Aug. 30, 1935 (49 Stat. 993). Office abolished by Reorg. Plan 
No. II of 1939, effective July 1, 1939, and functions transferred to 
Office of Solicitor, Interior Department, to function as Consumers' 
Counsel Division under direction of Interior Secretary. Functions 
transferred to Office of the Bituminous Coal Consumers' Counsel June 
1941 by act of Apr. 11, 1941 (55 Stat. 134).

Consumers' Counsel Division  See Consumers' Counsel

Consumers' Counsel, Division of  Established by act of May 12, 1933 (48 
Stat. 31). Transferred by order of Agriculture Secretary from 
Agricultural Adjustment Administration to supervision of Director of 
Marketing, effective Feb. 1, 1940. Transferred to Agricultural Marketing 
Administration by administrative order of Feb. 28, 1942.

Consumers' Problems, Adviser on  See Consumer agencies

Contract Committee Government  See Contract Compliance, Committee on 
Government

Contract Compliance, Committee on Government  Established by EO 10308 of 
Dec. 3, 1951. Abolished by EO 10479 of Aug. 13, 1953, which established 
successor Government Contract Committee. Abolished by EO 10925 of Mar. 
6, 1961, and records and property transferred to President's Committee 
on Equal Employment Opportunity.

Contract Settlement, Office of  Established by act of July 1, 1944 (58 
Stat. 651). Transferred to Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion 
by act of Oct. 3, 1944 (58 Stat. 785). Terminated by EO 9809 of Dec. 12, 
1946, and Reorg. Plan No. 1 of 1947, effective July 1, 1947, and 
functions transferred to Treasury Department. Functions transferred to 
General Services Administration by act of June 30, 1949 (63 Stat. 380).

Contract Settlement Advisory Board  Established by act of July 1, 1944 
(58 Stat. 651). Transferred to Treasury Department by EO 9809 of Dec. 
12, 1946, and by Reorg. Plan No. 1 of 1947, effective July 1, 1947. 
Transferred to General Services Administration by act of June 30, 1949 
(63 Stat. 380) and established as Contract Review Board. Renamed Board 
of Contract Appeals in 1961 by Administrator's order. Board established 
as independent entity within General Services Administration Feb. 27, 
1979, pursuant to act of Nov. 1, 1978 (92 Stat. 2383).

Contract Settlement Appeal Board, Office of  Established by act of July 
1, 1944 (58 Stat. 651). Transferred to Treasury Department by EO 9809 of 
Dec. 12, 1946, and by Reorg. Plan No. 1 of 1947, effective July 1, 1947. 
Functions transferred to General Services Administration by act of June 
30, 1949 (63 Stat. 380). Abolished by act of July 14, 1952 (66 Stat. 
627).

Contract Termination Board, Joint  Established Nov. 12, 1943, by 
Director of War Mobilization. Functions assumed by Office of Contract 
Settlement.

Contracts Division, Public  Established in Labor Department to 
administer act of June 30, 1936 (49 Stat. 2036). Consolidated with Wage 
and Hour Division by Secretarial order of Aug. 21, 1942. Absorbed by 
Wage and Hour Division by Secretarial order of May 1971.

Cooperation Administration, International  Established by State 
Department Delegation of Authority 85 of June 30, 1955, pursuant to EO 
10610 of May 9, 1955. Abolished by act of Sept. 4, 1961 (75 Stat. 446), 
and functions redelegated to Agency for International Development 
pursuant to Presidential letter of Sept. 30, 1961, and EO 10973 of Nov. 
3, 1961.

Cooperative State Research Service  Established in the Department of 
Agriculture. Incorporated into Cooperative State, Research, Education, 
and Extension Service under Department of Agriculture reorganization in 
1995.

Coordinating Service, Federal  Office of Chief Coordinator created by 
Executive order promulgated in Bureau of the Budget Circular 15, July 
27, 1921, and duties enlarged by other Bureau circulars. Abolished by EO 
6166 of June 10, 1933. Contract form, Federal traffic, and surplus 
property functions transferred to Procurement Division by order of 
Treasury Secretary, approved by President Oct. 9, 1933, issued pursuant 
to EO's 6166 of June 10, 1933, and 6224 of July 27, 1933.

Copyright Royalty Tribunal  Established as an independent entity within 
the legislative branch by act of Oct. 19, 1976 (90 Stat. 2594). 
Abolished by act of Dec. 17, 1993 (107 Stat. 2304), and functions 
transferred to copyright arbitration royalty panels.

Copyrighted Works, National Commission on New Technological Uses of  
Established by act of Dec. 31, 1974 (88 Stat. 1873). Terminated Sept. 
29, 1978, pursuant to terms of act.

Corporate Payments Abroad, Task Force on Questionable  Established by 
Presidential memorandum of Mar. 31, 1976. Terminated Dec. 31, 1976, 
pursuant to terms of memorandum.

Corporation, Federal Facilities  Established in Treasury Department by 
EO 10539 of June 22, 1954. Placed under supervision of Director 
appointed by General Services Administrator by EO 

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10720 of July 11, 1957. Dissolved by act of Aug. 30, 1961 (75 Stat. 
418), and functions transferred to Administrator of General Services.

Corregidor-Bataan Memorial Commission  Established by act of Aug. 5, 
1953 (67 Stat. 366). Terminated May 6, 1967, by act of Dec. 23, 1963 (77 
Stat. 477).

Cost Accounting Standards Board  Established by act of Aug. 15, 1970 (84 
Stat. 796). Terminated Sept. 30, 1980, due to lack of funding.

Cost of Living Council  Established by EO 11615 of Aug. 15, 1971. 
Abolished by EO 11788 of June 18, 1974.

Cotton Stabilization Corporation  Organized June 1930 under laws of 
Delaware by Federal Farm Board pursuant to act of June 15, 1929 (46 
Stat. 11). Certificate of dissolution filed with Corporation Commission 
of Delaware Dec. 27, 1934.

Council.  See other part of title

Courts  Under act of Aug. 7, 1939 (53 Stat. 1223), and revised June 25, 
1948 (62 Stat. 913), to provide for administration of U.S. courts, 
administrative jurisdiction over all continental and territorial courts 
transferred to Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, including U.S. 
courts of appeals and district courts, District Court for the Territory 
of Alaska, U.S. District Court for the District of the Canal Zone, 
District Court of Guam, District Court of the Virgin Islands, Court of 
Claims, Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, and Customs Courts.

Credit Unions, Bureau of Federal  See Credit Union System, Federal

Credit Union System, Federal  Established by act of June 26, 1934 (48 
Stat. 1216), to be administered by Farm Credit Administration. 
Transferred to Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation by EO 9148 of Apr. 
27, 1942, and Reorg. Plan No. 1 of 1947, effective July 1, 1947. 
Functions transferred to Bureau of Federal Credit Unions, Federal 
Security Agency, established by act of June 29, 1948 (62 Stat. 1091). 
Functions transferred to Health, Education, and Welfare Department by 
Reorg. Plan No. 1 of 1953, effective Apr. 11, 1953. Functions 
transferred to National Credit Union Administration by act of Mar. 10, 
1970 (84 Stat. 49).

Crime, National Council on Organized  Established by EO 11534 of June 4, 
1970. Terminated by EO 12110 of Dec. 28, 1978.

Critical Materials Council, Nation  Established within Executive Office 
of the President by act of July 31, 1984 (98 Stat. 1250). Office 
abolished in Sept. 1993 due to lack of funding and functions transferred 
to the Office of Science and Technology Policy.

Crop Production Loan Office  Authorized by Presidential letters of July 
26, 1918, and July 26, 1919, to Agriculture Secretary. Further 
authorized by act of Mar. 3, 1921 (41 Stat. 1347). Transferred to Farm 
Credit Administration by EO 6084 of Mar. 27, 1933.

Cultural Center, National  Established in Smithsonian Institution by act 
of Sept. 2, 1958 (72 Stat. 1698). Renamed John F. Kennedy Center for the 
Performing Arts by act of Jan. 23, 1964 (78 Stat. 4).

Customs, Bureau of  Functions relating to award of numbers to 
undocumented vessels, vested in Collectors of Customs, transferred to 
Commandant of Coast Guard by EO 9083 of Feb. 27, 1942. Transfer made 
permanent by Reorg. Plan No. 3 of 1946, effective July 16, 1946. 
Redesignated U.S. Customs Service by Treasury Department Order 165-23 of 
Apr. 4, 1973.

Customs Court, U.S.  Formerly established as Board of General Appraisers 
by act of June 10, 1890 (26 Stat. 136). Renamed U.S. Customs Court by 
act of May 26, 1926 (44 Stat. 669). Renamed U.S. Court of International 
Trade by act of Oct. 10, 1980 (94 Stat. 1727).

Customs and Patent Appeals, U.S. Court of  Established by act of Mar. 2, 
1929 (45 Stat. 1475). Abolished by act of Apr. 2, 1982 (96 Stat. 28) and 
functions merged with appellate functions of U.S. Court of Claims to 
form U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.

Dairy Industry, Bureau of  Bureau of Dairying established in Agriculture 
Department by act of May 29, 1924 (43 Stat. 243). Bureau of Dairy 
Industry designation first appeared in act of May 11, 1926 (44 Stat. 
499). Functions transferred to Agricultural Research Service by 
Secretary's Memorandum 1320, supp. 4, of Nov. 2, 1953.

Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency  Established as a separate 
agency of the Department of Defense by DOD Directive 5105.41 dated July 
25, 1978. Renamed Advanced Research Projects Agency by Defense 
Secretary's order dated July 13, 1993.

Defense, Advisory Commission to the Council of National  See Defense, 
Council of National

Defense, Council of National  Established by act of Aug. 29, 1916 (39 
Stat. 649). Advisory Commission--composed of Advisers on Industrial 
Production, Industrial Materials, Employment, Farm Products, Price 
Stabilization, Transportation, and Consumer Protection--established 
byCouncil pursuant to act and approved by President May 29, 1940. 
Commission decentralized by merging divisions with newly created 
national defense units. Agencies evolved from Commission, except Office 
of Agricultural War Relations and Office of Price Administration, made 
units of Office for Emergency Management. Council inactive.

Defense, Office of Civilian  Established in Office for Emergency 
Management by EO 8757 of May 20, 1941. Terminated by EO 9562 of June 4, 
1945.

Defense Administration, Federal Civil  Established in Office for 
Emergency Management by EO 10186 of Dec. 1, 1950; subsequently 
established as independent agency by act of Jan. 12, 1951 (64 Stat. 
1245). Functions transferred to Office of Defense and Civilian 
Mobilization by Reorg. Plan No. 1 of 1958, effective July 1, 1958.

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Defense Advisory Council, Civil  Established by act of Jan. 12, 1951 (64 
Stat. 1245). Transferred to Office of Defense and Civilian Mobilization 
by Reorg. Plan No. 1 of 1958, effective July 1, 1958.

Defense Aid Reports, Division of  Established in Office for Emergency 
Management by EO 8751 of May 2, 1941. Abolished by EO 8926 of Oct. 28, 
1941, which created Office of Lend-Lease Administration.

Defense Air Transportation Administration  Established Nov. 12, 1951, by 
Commerce Department Order 137. Abolished by Amendment 3 of Sept. 13, 
1962, to Department Order 128 (revised) and functions transferred to 
Office of the Under Secretary of Commerce for Transportation.

Defense Atomic Support Agency  Renamed Defense Nuclear Agency by General 
Order No. 1 of July 1, 1971.

Defense Audiovisual Agency  Established by Defense Department Directive 
5040.1 of June 12, 1979. Abolished by Secretary's memorandum of Apr. 19, 
1985, and functions assigned to the military departments.

Defense Audit Service  Established by Defense Department directive of 
Oct. 14, 1976. Abolished by Deputy Secretary's memorandum of Nov. 2, 
1982, and functions transferred to Office of the Inspector General.

Defense Civil Preparedness Agency  Functions transferred from Defense 
Department to Federal Emergency Management Agency by EO 12148 of July 
20, 1979.

Defense and Civilian Mobilization Board  Established by EO 10773 of July 
1, 1938. Redesignated Civil and Defense Mobilization Board by act of 
Aug. 26, 1958 (72 Stat. 861). Abolished by Office of Emergency 
Preparedness Circular 1200.1 of Oct. 31, 1962.

Defense Communications Agency  Established by direction of the Secretary 
of Defense on May 12, 1960. Renamed Defense Information Systems Agency 
by DOD Directive 5105.19 dated June 25, 1991.

Defense Communications Board  Established by EO 8546 of Sept. 24, 1940. 
Renamed Board of War Communications by EO 9183 of June 15, 1942. 
Abolished by EO 9831 of Feb. 24, 1947, and property transferred to 
Federal Communications Commission.

Defense Coordinating Board, Civil  Established by EO 10611 of May 11, 
1955. EO 10611 revoked by EO 10773 of July 1, 1958.

Defense Electric Power Administration  Established by Interior 
Secretary's Order 2605 of Dec. 4, 1950. Abolished June 30, 1953, by 
Secretary's Order 2721 of May 7, 1953. Reestablished by Departmental 
Manual Release No. 253 of Aug. 6, 1959. Terminated by Departmental 
Manual Release No. 1050 of Jan. 10, 1977.

Defense Fisheries Administration  Established by Interior Secretary's 
Order 2605 of Dec. 4, 1950. Abolished June 30, 1953, by Secretary's 
Order 2722 of May 13, 1953.

Defense Health and Welfare Services, Office of  Established by EO 8890 
of Sept. 3, 1941. Terminated by EO 9338 of Apr. 29, 1943, and functions 
transferred to Federal Security Agency.

Defense Homes Corporation  Incorporated pursuant to President's letter 
to Treasury Secretary of Oct. 18, 1940. Transferred to Federal Public 
Housing Authority by EO 9070 of Feb. 24, 1942.

Defense Housing Coordination, Division of  Established in Office for 
Emergency Management by EO 8632 of Jan. 11, 1941. Functions transferred 
to National Housing Agency by EO 9070 of Feb. 24, 1942.

Defense Housing Coordinator  Office established July 21, 1940, by 
Advisory Commission to Council of National Defense. Functions 
transferred to Division of Defense Housing Coordination, Office for 
Emergency Management, by EO 8632 of Jan. 11, 1941.

Defense Housing Division, Mutual Ownership  Established by Administrator 
of Federal Works Agency under provisions of act of June 28, 1941 (55 
Stat. 361). Functions transferred to Federal Public Housing Authority, 
National Housing Agency, by EO 9070 of Feb. 24, 1942.

Defense Manpower Administration  Established by Labor Secretary by 
General Order 48, pursuant to EO 10161 of Sept. 9, 1950, and Reorg. Plan 
No. 6 of 1950, effective May 24, 1950. General Order 48 revoked by 
General Order 63 of Aug. 25, 1953, which established Office of Manpower 
Administration in Department.

Defense Materials Procurement Agency  Established by EO 10281 of Aug. 
28, 1951. Abolished by EO 10480 of Aug. 14, 1953, and functions 
transferred to General Services Administration.

Defense Materials Service  See Emergency Procurement Service

Defense Mediation Board, National  Established by EO 8716 of Mar. 19, 
1941. Terminated on creation of National War Labor Board, Office for 
Emergency Management by EO 9017 of Jan. 12, 1942. Transferred to Labor 
Department by EO 9617 of Sept. 19, 1945. Board terminated by EO 9672 of 
Dec. 31, 1945, which established National Wage Stabilization Board in 
Labor Department. Terminated by EO 9809 of Dec. 12, 1946, and functions 
transferred to Labor Secretary and Treasury Department, effective Feb. 
24, 1947.

Defense Minerals Administration  Established by Interior Secretary's 
Order 2605 of Dec. 4, 1950. Functions assigned to Defense Materials 
Procurement Agency. Functions of exploration for critical and strategic 
minerals redelegated to Interior Secretary and administered by Defense 
Minerals Exploration Administration by Secretary's Order 2726 of June 
30, 1953. Termination of program 

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announced by Secretary June 6, 1958. Certain activities continued in 
Office of Minerals Exploration, Interior Department.

Defense Minerals Exploration Administration  See Defense Minerals 
Administration

Defense Mobilization, Office of  Established in Executive Office of the 
President by EO 10193 of Dec. 16, 1950. Superseded by Office of Defense 
Mobilization established by Reorg. Plan No. 3 of 1953, effective June 
12, 1953, which assumed functions of former Office, National Security 
Resources Board, and critical materials stockpiling functions of Army, 
Navy, Air Force, and Interior Secretaries and of Army and Navy Munitions 
Board. Consolidated with Federal Civil Defense Administration into 
Office of Defense and Civilian Mobilization by Reorg. Plan No. 1 of 
1958, effective July 1, 1958, and offices of Director and Deputy 
Director terminated.

Defense Mobilization Board  Established by EO 10200 of Jan. 3, 1951, and 
restated in EO 10480 of Aug. 14, 1953. Terminated by EO 10773 of July 1, 
1958.

Defense Plant Corporation  Established by act of June 25, 1940 (54 Stat. 
572). Transferred from Federal Loan Agency to Commerce Department by EO 
9071 of Feb. 24, 1942. Returned to Federal Loan Agency pursuant to act 
of Feb. 24, 1945 (59 Stat. 5). Dissolved by act of June 30, 1945 (59 
Stat. 310), and functions transferred to Reconstruction Finance 
Corporation.

Defense Plants Administration, Small  Established by act of July 31, 
1951 (65 Stat. 131). Terminated July 31, 1953, by act of June 30, 1953 
(67 Stat. 131). Functions relating to liquidation transferred to Small 
Business Administration by EO 10504 of Dec. 1, 1953.

Defense Production Administration  Established by EO 10200 of Jan. 3, 
1951. Terminated by EO 10433 of Feb. 4, 1953, and functions transferred 
to Office of Defense Mobilization.

Defense Property Disposal Service  Renamed Defense Reutilization and 
Marketing Service by Defense Logistics Agency General Order 10-85, 
effective July 1, 1985.

Defense Public Works Division  Established in Public Works 
Administration. Transferred to Office of Federal Works Administrator by 
administrative order of July 16, 1941. Abolished by administrative order 
of Mar. 6, 1942, and functions transferred to Office of Chief Engineer, 
Federal Works Agency.

Defense Purchases, Office for the Coordination of National  Established 
by order of Council of National Defense, approved June 27, 1940. Order 
revoked Jan. 7, 1941, and records transferred to Executive Office of the 
President.

Defense Research Committee, National  Established June 27, 1940, by 
order of Council of National Defense. Abolished by order of Council June 
28, 1941, and reestablished in Office of Scientific Research and 
Development by EO 8807 of June 28, 1941. Office terminated by EO 9913 of 
Dec. 26, 1947, and property and records transferred to National Military 
Establishment.

Defense Resources Committee  Established by Administrative Order 1496 of 
June 15, 1940. Replaced by War Resources Council by Administrative Order 
1636 of Jan. 14, 1942. Inactive.

Defense Solid Fuels Administration  Established by Interior Secretary's 
Order 2605 of Dec. 4, 1950. Abolished June 29, 1954, by Secretary's 
Order 2764.

Defense Stockpile Manager, National  Established by act of Nov. 14, 1986 
(100 Stat. 4067). Functions transferred from General Services 
Administrator to Defense Secretary by EO 12626 of Feb. 25, 1988.

Defense Supplies Corporation  Established under act of June 25, 1940 (54 
Stat. 572). Transferred from Federal Loan Agency to Commerce Department 
by EO 9071 of Feb. 24, 1942. Returned to Federal Loan Agency by act of 
Feb. 24, 1945 (59 Stat. 5). Dissolved by act of June 30, 1945 (59 Stat. 
310), and functions transferred to Reconstruction Finance Corporation.

Defense Supply Agency  Renamed Defense Logistics Agency by DOD Directive 
5105.22 of Jan. 22, 1977.

Defense Supply Management Agency  Established in Defense Department by 
act of July 1, 1952 (66 Stat. 318). Abolished by Reorg. Plan No. 6 of 
1953, effective June 30, 1953, and functions transferred to Defense 
Secretary.

Defense Transport Administration  Established Oct. 4, 1950, by order of 
Commissioner of Interstate Commerce Commission in charge of Bureau of 
Service, pursuant to EO 10161 of Sept. 9, 1950. Terminated by DTA 
Commissioner's order, effective July 1, 1955, and functions transferred 
to Bureau of Safety and Service, Interstate Commerce Commission.

Defense Transportation, Office of  Established in Office for Emergency 
Management by EO 8989 of Dec. 18, 1941. Terminated by EO 10065 of July 
6, 1949.

Director.  See other part of title

Disarmament Administration, U.S.  Established in State Department. 
Functions transferred to U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency by act 
of Sept. 26, 1961 (75 Stat. 638).

Disarmament Problems, President's Special Committee on  Established by 
President Aug. 5, 1955. Dissolved in February 1958.

Disaster Assistance Administration, Federal  Functions transferred from 
Housing and Urban Development Department to Federal Emergency Management 
Agency by EO 12148 of July 20, 1979.

Disaster Loan Corporation  Grouped with other agencies to form Federal 
Loan Agency by Reorg. Plan No. I of 1939, effective July 1, 1939. 
Transferred to Commerce Department by EO 9071 of Feb. 24, 1942. Returned 
to Federal Loan Agency by act of Feb. 24, 1945 (59 Stat. 5). Dissolved 
by 

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act of June 30, 1945 (59 Stat. 310), and functions transferred to 
Reconstruction Finance Corporation.

Disease Control, Center for  Established within the Public Health 
Service by Health, Education, and Welfare Secretary on July 1, 1973. 
Renamed Centers for Disease Control by Health and Human Services 
Secretary's notice of Oct. 1, 1980 (45 FR 67772). Renamed Centers for 
Disease Control and Prevention by act of Oct. 27, 1992 (106 Stat. 3504).

Displaced Persons Commission  Established by act of June 25, 1948 (62 
Stat. 1009). Terminated Aug. 31, 1952, pursuant to terms of act.

District of Columbia  Established by acts of July 16, 1790 (1 Stat. 
130), and Mar. 3, 1791. Corporations of Washington and Georgetown and 
levy court of Washington County abolished in favor of territorial form 
of government in 1871. Permanent commission government established July 
1, 1878. District Government created as municipal corporation by act of 
June 11, 1878 (20 Stat. 102). Treated as branch of U.S. Government by 
various statutory enactments of Congress. District Government altered by 
Reorg. Plan No. 3 of 1967, effective Nov. 3, 1967. Charter for local 
government in District of Columbia provided by act of Dec. 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 774).

District of Columbia, Highway Commission of the  Established by act of 
Mar. 2, 1893 (27 Stat 532). National Capital Park and Planning 
Commission named successor by act of Apr. 30, 1926 (44 Stat. 374). 
Functions transferred to National Capital Planning Commission by act of 
July 19, 1952 (66 Stat. 781).

District of Columbia, Reform-School of the  Established by act of May 3, 
1876 (19 Stat. 49). Renamed National Training School for Boys by act of 
May 27, 1908 (35 Stat. 380). Transferred to Justice Department by Reorg. 
Plan No. II of 1939, effective July 1, 1939, to be administered by 
Director of Bureau of Prisons.

District of Columbia Auditorium Commission  Established by act of July 
1, 1955 (69 Stat. 243). Final report submitted to Congress Jan. 31, 
1957, pursuant to act of Apr. 27, 1956 (70 Stat. 115).

District of Columbia Redevelopment Land Agency  Established by act of 
Aug. 2, 1946 (60 Stat. 790). Agency established as instrumentality of 
District Government by act of Dec. 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 774), effective 
July 1, 1974.

District of Columbia-Virginia Boundary Commission  Established by act of 
Mar. 21, 1934 (48 Stat. 453). Terminated Dec. 1, 1935, to which date it 
had been extended by Public Resolution 9 (49 Stat. 67).

Division.  See other part of title

Domestic Council  Established in Executive Office of the President by 
Reorg. Plan No. 2 of 1970, effective July 1, 1970. Abolished by Reorg. 
Plan No. 1 of 1977, effective Mar. 26, 1978, and functions transferred 
to President and staff designated as Domestic Policy Staff. Pursuant to 
EO 12045 of Mar. 27, 1978, Staff assisted President in performance of 
transferred functions. Renamed Office of Policy Development in 1981. 
Abolished in Feb. 1992 by President's reorganizational statement, 
effective May 1992.

Domestic Policy Staff  See Domestic Council

Dominican Customs Receivership  Transferred from Division of Territories 
and Island Possessions, Interior Department, to State Department by 
Reorg. Plan No. IV of 1940, effective June 30, 1940.

Drug Abuse, National Institute on  Established within the National 
Institute of Mental Health, Health, Education, and Welfare Department by 
act of Mar. 21, 1972 (86 Stat. 85). Removed from within the National 
Institute of Mental Health and made an entity within the Alcohol, Drug 
Abuse, and Mental Health Administration by act of May 14, 1974 (88 Stat. 
136). Functions transferred to Health and Human Services Department by 
act of Oct. 17, 1979 (93 Stat. 695). (See also act of Oct. 27, 1986; 100 
Stat. 3207-106.) Abolished by act of July 10, 1992 (106 Stat. 331). 
Reestablished by act of July 10, 1992 (106 Stat. 361).

Drug Abuse, President's Advisory Commission on Narcotic and  Established 
by EO 11076 of Jan. 15, 1963. Terminated November 1963 under terms of 
order.

Drug Abuse Control, Bureau of  Established in Food and Drug 
Administration, Health and Human Services Department, to carry out 
functions of act of July 15, 1965 (79 Stat. 226). Functions transferred 
to Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs, Justice Department, by 
Reorg. Plan No. 1 of 1968, effective Apr. 8, 1968. Abolished by Reorg. 
Plan No. 2 of 1973, effective July 1, 1973, and functions transferred to 
Drug Enforcement Administration.

Drug Abuse Law Enforcement, Office of  Established by EO 11641 of Jan. 
28, 1972. Terminated by EO 11727 of July 6, 1973, and functions 
transferred to Drug Enforcement Administration.

Drug Abuse Policy, Office of  Established in Executive Office of the 
President by act of Mar. 19, 1976 (90 Stat. 242). Abolished by Reorg. 
Plan No. 1 of 1977, effective Mar. 26, 1978, and functions transferred 
to President.

Drug Abuse Prevention, Special Action Office for  Established by EO 
11599 of June 17, 1971, and act of Mar. 21, 1972 (86 Stat. 65). 
Terminated June 30, 1975, pursuant to terms of act.

Drug Abuse Prevention, Treatment, and Rehabilitation, Cabinet Committee 
on  Established Apr. 27, 1976, by Presidential announcement. Terminated 
by Presidential memorandum of Mar. 14, 1977.

Drug Law Enforcement, Cabinet Committee for  Established Apr. 27, 1976, 
pursuant to Presidential message to Congress of Apr. 27, 1976. Abolished 
by Presidential memorandum of Mar. 14, 1977.

Drugs, Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous  See Drug Abuse Control, Bureau 
of

Drugs and Biologics, National Center for  Renamed Center for Drugs and 
Biologics by Food and Drug 

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Administration notice of Mar. 9, 1984 (49 FR 10166). Reestablished as 
Center for Drug Evaluation and Research and Center for Biologics 
Evaluation and Research by Secretary's notice of Oct. 6, 1987 (52 FR 
38275).

Drunk Driving, Presidential Commission on  Established by EO 12358 of 
Apr. 14, 1982. Terminated Dec. 31, 1983, by EO 12415 of Apr. 5, 1983.

Dryden Research Center, Hugh L.  Formerly separate field installation of 
National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Made component of Ames 
Research Center by NASA Management Instruction 1107.5A of Sept. 3, 1981.

Economic Administration, Foreign  Established in Office for Emergency 
Management by EO 9380 of Sept. 25, 1943. Functions of Office of Lend-
Lease Administration, Office of Foreign Relief and Rehabilitation 
Operations, Office of Economic Warfare (together with U.S. Commercial 
Company, Rubber Development Corporation, Petroleum Reserves Corporation, 
and Export-Import Bank of Washington and functions transferred thereto 
by EO 9361 of July 15, 1943), and foreign economic operations of Office 
of Foreign Economic Coordination transferred to Administration. Foreign 
procurement activities of War Food Administration and Commodity Credit 
Corporation transferred by EO 9385 of Oct. 6, 1943. Terminated by EO 
9630 of Sept. 27, 1945, and functions redistributed to State, Commerce, 
and Agriculture Departments and Reconstruction Finance Corporation.

Economic Analysis, Office of  See Business Economics, Office of

Economic Cooperation Administration  Established by act of Apr. 3, 1948 
(62 Stat. 138). Abolished by act of Oct. 10, 1951 (65 Stat. 373), and 
functions transferred to Mutual Security Agency pursuant to EO 10300 of 
Nov. 1, 1951.

Economic Coordination, Office of Foreign  See Board of Economic 
Operations

Economic Defense Board  Established by EO 8839 of July 30, 1941. Renamed 
Board of Economic Warfare by EO 8982 of Dec. 17, 1941. Board terminated 
by EO 9361 of July 15, 1943, and Office of Economic Warfare established 
in Office for Emergency Management. Office of Economic Warfare 
consolidated with Foreign Economic Administration by EO 9380 of Sept. 
25, 1943.

Economic Development, Office of Regional  Established by Commerce 
Secretary Jan. 6, 1966, pursuant to act of Aug. 26, 1965 (79 Stat. 552). 
Abolished by Department Order 5A, Dec. 22, 1966, and functions vested in 
Economic Development Administration.

Economic Development Service, Foreign  Established by order of 
Agriculture Secretary Nov. 8, 1969. Abolished by order of Secretary Feb. 
6, 1972, and functions transferred to Economic Research Service.

Economic Growth and Stability, Advisory Board on  Established by 
Presidential letter to Congress of June 1, 1953. Superseded by National 
Advisory Board on Economic Policy by Presidential direction Mar. 12, 
1961. Cabinet Committee on Economic Growth established by President Aug. 
21, 1962, to succeed Board.

Economic Management Support Center  Established by Agriculture 
Secretary's Memorandum 1836 of Jan. 9, 1974. Consolidated with other 
Department units into Economics, Statistics, and Cooperatives Service by 
Secretary's Memorandum 1927, effective Dec. 23, 1977.

Economic Operations, Board of  Established by State departmental order 
of Oct. 7, 1941. Abolished by departmental order of June 24, 1943, and 
functions transferred to Office of Foreign Economic Coordination 
established by same order. Office abolished by departmental order of 
Nov. 6, 1943, pursuant to EO 9380 of Sept. 25, 1943.

Economic Opportunity, Office of  Established in Executive Office of the 
President by act of Aug. 20, 1964 (78 Stat. 508). All OEO programs 
except three transferred by administrative action to Health, Education, 
and Welfare, Labor, and Housing and Urban Development Departments July 
6, 1973. Community Action, Economic Development, and Legal Services 
Programs transferred to Community Services Administration by act of Jan. 
4, 1975 (88 Stat. 2310).

Economic Policy, Council on  Established by Presidential memorandum of 
Feb. 2, 1973. Functions absorbed by Economic Policy Board Sept. 30, 
1974.

Economic Policy, Council on Foreign  Established Dec. 22, 1954, by 
Presidential letter of Dec. 11, 1954. Abolished by President Mar. 12, 
1961, and functions transferred to Secretary of State.

Economic Policy, Council on International  Established in Executive 
Office of the President by Presidential memorandum of January 1971. 
Reestablished by act of Aug. 29, 1972 (86 Stat. 646). Terminated Sept. 
30, 1977, on expiration of statutory authority.

Economic Policy, National Advisory Board on  See Economic Growth and 
Stability, Advisory Board on

Economic Policy Board, President's  Established by EO 11808 of Sept. 30, 
1974. Terminated by EO 11975 of Mar. 7, 1977.

Economic Research Service  Established by Agriculture Secretary's 
Memorandum 1446, supp. 1, of Apr. 3, 1961. Consolidated with other 
Agriculture Department units into Economics, Statistics, and 
Cooperatives Service by Secretary's Memorandum 1927, effective Dec. 23, 
1977. Redesignated as Economic Research Service by Secretarial order of 
Oct. 1, 1981.

Economic Security, Advisory Council on  Established by EO 6757 of June 
29, 1934. Terminated on approval of act of Aug. 14, 1935 (49 Stat. 620) 
Aug. 14, 1935.

Economic Security, Committee on  Established by EO 6757 of June 29, 
1934. Terminated as formal 

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agency in April 1936, as provided in act, but continued informally for 
some time thereafter.

Economic Stabilization, Office of  Established in Office for Emergency 
Management by EO 9250 of Oct. 3, 1942. Terminated by EO 9620 of Sept. 
20, 1945, and functions transferred to Office of War Mobilization and 
Reconversion. Reestablished in Office for Emergency Management by EO 
9699 of Feb. 21, 1946. Transferred by EO 9762 of July 25, 1946, to 
Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion. Consolidated with other 
agencies to form Office of Temporary Controls by EO 9809 of Dec. 12, 
1946.

Economic Stabilization Agency  Established by EO 10161 of Sept. 9, 1950, 
and EO 10276 of July 31, 1951. Terminated, except for liquidation 
purposes, by EO 10434 of Feb. 6, 1953. Liquidation completed Oct. 31, 
1953, pursuant to EO 10480 of Aug. 14, 1953.

Economic Stabilization Board  Established by EO 9250 of Oct. 3, 1942. 
Transferred to Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion by EO 9620 of 
Sept. 20, 1945. Returned to Office of Economic Stabilization on 
reestablishment by EO 9699 of Feb. 21, 1946. Board returned to Office of 
War Mobilization and Reconversion by EO 9762 of July 25, 1946. Functions 
terminated by EO 9809 of Dec. 12, 1946.

Economic Warfare, Board of  See Economic Defense Board

Economic Warfare, Office of  See Economic Defense Board

Economics, Bureau of Industrial  Established by Commerce Secretary Jan. 
2, 1980, in conjunction with Reorg. Plan No. 3 of 1979, effective Oct. 
1, 1980, and operated under Department Organization Order 35-5B. 
Abolished at bureau level by Secretarial order, effective Jan. 22, 1984 
(49 FR 4538). Industry-related functions realigned and transferred from 
Under Secretary for Economic Affairs to Under Secretary for 
International Trade. Under Secretary for Economic Affairs retained units 
to support domestic macroeconomic policy functions.

Economics, Statistics, and Cooperatives Service  Renamed Economics and 
Statistics Service by Agriculture Secretary's Memorandum 2025 of Sept. 
17, 1980. Redesignated as Economic Research Service and Statistical 
Reporting Service by Secretarial order of Oct. 1, 1981.

Economy Board, Joint  Placed under direction of President by military 
order of July 5, 1939. Abolished Sept. 1, 1947, by joint letter of Aug. 
20, 1947, from Secretaries of War and Navy to President.

Education, Federal Board for Vocational  Established by act of Feb. 23, 
1917 (39 Stat. 929). Functions transferred to Interior Department by EO 
6166 of June 10, 1933. Functions assigned to Commissioner of Education 
Oct. 10, 1933. Office of Education transferred from Interior Department 
to Federal Security Agency by Reorg. Plan No. I of 1939, effective July 
1, 1939. Board abolished by Reorg. Plan No. 2 of 1946, effective July 
16, 1946.

Education, National Institute of  Established by act of June 23, 1972 
(86 Stat. 327). Transferred to Office of Educational Research and 
Improvement, Education Department, by act of Oct. 17, 1979 (93 Stat. 
678), effective May 4, 1980.

Education, Office of  Established as independent agency by act of Mar. 
2, 1867 (14 Stat. 434). Transferred to Interior Department by act of 
July 20, 1868 (15 Stat. 106). Transferred to Federal Security Agency by 
Reorg. Plan No. I of 1939, effective July 1, 1939. Functions of Federal 
Security Administrator administered by Office of Education relating to 
student loans and defense-related education transferred to War Manpower 
Commission by EO 9247 of Sept. 17, 1942.

Education, Office of Bilingual  Abolished by act of Oct. 17, 1979 (93 
Stat. 675), and functions transferred to Office of Bilingual Education 
and Minority Languages Affairs, Education Department.

Education Beyond the High School, President's Committee on  Established 
by act of July 26, 1956 (70 Stat. 676). Terminated Dec. 31, 1957. 
Certain activities continued by Bureau of Higher Education, Office of 
Education.

Education Division  Established in Health, Education, and Welfare 
Department by act of June 23, 1972 (86 Stat. 327). Functions transferred 
to Education Department by act of Oct. 17, 1979 (93 Stat. 677).

Education Statistics, National Center for  Established in the Office of 
the Assistant Secretary, Health and Human Services Department, by act of 
Aug. 21, 1974 (88 Stat. 556). Transferred to the Office of Educational 
Research and Improvement, Education Department, by act of Oct. 17, 1979 
(93 Stat. 678), effective May 4, 1980. Renamed Center for Education 
Statistics by act of Oct. 17, 1986 (100 Stat. 1579). Renamed National 
Center for Education Statistics by act of Apr. 28, 1988 (102 Stat. 331).

Educational and Cultural Affairs, Bureau of  Established by Secretary of 
State in 1960. Terminated by Reorg. Plan No. 2 of 1977, effective July 
1, 1978, and functions transferred to International Communication 
Agency, effective Apr. 1, 1978.

Educational and Cultural Affairs, Interagency Council on International  
Established Jan. 20, 1964, by Foreign Affairs Manual Circular, under 
authority of act of Sept. 21, 1961 (75 Stat. 527). Terminated Oct. 1973 
following creation of Subcommittee on International Exchanges by 
National Security Council directive.

Educational Exchange, U.S. Advisory Commission on  Established by act of 
Jan. 27, 1948 (62 Stat. 10). Abolished by act of Sept. 21, 1961 (75 
Stat. 538), and superseded by U.S. Advisory Commission on International 
Educational and Cultural Affairs.

Efficiency, Bureau of  Organized under act of Feb. 28, 1916 (39 Stat. 
15). Abolished by act of Mar. 3, 

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1933 (47 Stat. 1519), and records transferred to Bureau of the Budget.

Elderly, Committee on Mental Health and Illness of the  Established by 
act of July 29, 1975 (89 Stat. 347). Terminated Sept. 30, 1977.

Electoral votes for President and Vice President, transfer of functions  
See State Department

Electric Home and Farm Authority  Incorporated Aug. 1, 1935, under laws 
of District of Columbia. Designated as U.S. agency by EO 7139 of Aug. 
12, 1935. Continued by act of June 10, 1941 (55 Stat. 248). Grouped with 
other agencies in Federal Loan Agency by Reorg. Plan. No. I of 1939, 
effective July 1, 1939. Functions transferred to Commerce Department by 
EO 9071 of Feb. 24, 1942. Terminated by EO 9256 of Oct. 13, 1942.

Electric Home and Farm Authority, Inc.  Organized Jan. 17, 1934, under 
laws of State of Delaware by EO 6514 of Dec. 19, 1933. Dissolved Aug. 1, 
1935, and succeeded by Electric Home and Farm Authority.

Emergency Administration of Public Works, Federal  Established by act of 
June 16, 1933 (48 Stat. 200). Operation continued by subsequent 
legislation, including act of June 21, 1938 (52 Stat. 816). Consolidated 
with Federal Works Agency as Public Works Administration by Reorg. Plan 
No. I of 1939, effective July 1, 1939. Functions transferred to Office 
of Federal Works Administrator by EO 9357 of June 30, 1943.

Emergency Conservation Work  Established by EO 6101 of Apr. 5, 1933. 
Succeeded by Civilian Conservation Corps.

Emergency Council, National  Established by EO 6433-A of Nov. 17, 1933. 
Consolidated with Executive Council by EO 6889-A of Oct. 29, 1934. 
Abolished by Reorg. Plan No. II of 1939, effective July 1, 1939, and 
functions (except those relating to Radio Division and Film Service) 
transferred to Executive Office of the President.

Emergency Council, Office of Economic Adviser to National  Established 
by EO 6240 of Aug. 3, 1933, in connection with Executive Council, which 
later consolidated with National Emergency Council. Records and property 
used in preparation of statistical and economic summaries transferred to 
Central Statistical Board by EO 7003 of Apr. 8, 1935.

Emergency Management, Liaison Officer for  Resignation of Liaison 
Officer for Emergency Management accepted by Presidential letter of Nov. 
3, 1943, and no successor appointed. Liaison facilities terminated 
pursuant to optional provisions of administrative order of Jan. 7, 1941.

Emergency Management, Office for  Established in Executive Office of the 
President by administrative order of May 25, 1940, in accordance with EO 
8248 of Sept. 8, 1939. Inactive.

Emergency Mobilization Preparedness Board  Established Dec. 17, 1981, by 
the President. Abolished by Presidential directive of Sept. 16, 1985.

Emergency Planning, Office of  Established as successor to Office of 
Civil and Defense Mobilization by act of Sept. 22, 1961 (75 Stat. 630). 
Renamed Office of Emergency Preparedness by act of Oct. 21, 1968 (82 
Stat. 1194). Terminated by Reorg. Plan No. 2 of 1973, effective July 1, 
1973, and functions transferred to the Treasury and Housing and Urban 
Development Departments and General Services Administration.

Emergency Preparedness, Office of  See Emergency Planning, Office of

Emergency Procurement Service  Established Sept. 1, 1950, by 
Administrator of General Services. Renamed Defense Materials Service 
Sept. 7, 1956. Functions transferred to Property Management and Disposal 
Service July 29, 1966. Service abolished July 1, 1973, and functions 
transferred to Federal Supply Service, Public Buildings Service, and 
Federal Property Resources Service.

Emergency Relief Administration, Federal  Established by act of May 12, 
1933 (48 Stat. 55). Expired June 30, 1938, having been liquidated by 
Works Progress Administrator pursuant to act of May 28, 1937 (50 Stat. 
352).

Employee-Management Relations Program, President's Committee on the 
Implementation of the Federal  Established by EO 10988 of Jan. 17, 1962. 
Terminated upon submission of report to President June 21, 1963.

Employees' Compensation, Bureau of  Transferred from Federal Security 
Agency to Labor Department by Reorg. Plan No. 19 of 1950, effective May 
24, 1950. Functions absorbed by Employment Standards Administration Mar. 
13, 1972.

Employees' Compensation Appeals Board  Transferred from Federal Security 
Agency to Labor Department by Reorg. Plan No. 19 of 1950, effective May 
24, 1950.

Employees' Compensation Commission, U.S.  Established by act of Sept. 7, 
1916 (39 Stat. 742). Abolished by Reorg. Plan No. 2 of 1946, effective 
July 16, 1946, and functions transferred to Federal Security 
Administrator.

Employment Board, Fair  Established by U.S. Civil Service Commission 
pursuant to EO 9980 of July 26, 1948. Abolished by EO 10590 of Jan. 18, 
1955.

Employment of the Physically Handicapped, President's Committee on  
Established by EO 10640 of Oct. 10, 1955, continuing Committee 
established by act of July 11, 1949 (63 Stat. 409). Superseded by 
President's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped established by EO 
10994 of Feb. 14, 1962.

Employment Policy, President's Committee on Government  Established by 
EO 10590 of Jan. 18, 1955. Abolished by EO 10925 of Mar. 6, 1961, and 
functions transferred to President's Committee on Equal Employment 
Opportunity.

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Employment Practice, Committee on Fair  Established in Office of 
Production Management by EO 8802 of June 25, 1941. Transferred to War 
Manpower Commission by Presidential letter effective July 30, 1942. 
Committee terminated on establishment of Committee on Fair Employment 
Practice, Office for Emergency Management, by EO 9346 of May 27, 1943. 
Terminated June 30, 1946, by act of July 17, 1945 (59 Stat. 743).

Employment Security, Bureau of  Transferred from Federal Security Agency 
to Labor Department by Reorg. Plan No. 2 of 1949, effective Aug. 20, 
1949. Abolished by Labor Secretary's order of Mar. 14, 1969, and 
functions transferred to Manpower Administration.

Employment Service, U.S.  Established in Labor Department in 1918 by 
departmental order. Abolished by act of June 6, 1933 (48 Stat. 113), and 
created as bureau with same name. Functions consolidated with 
unemployment compensation functions of Social Security Board, Bureau of 
Employment Security, and transferred to Federal Security Agency by 
Reorg. Plan No. I of 1939, effective July 1, 1939. Service transferred 
to Bureau of Placement, War Manpower Commission, by EO 9247 of Sept. 17, 
1942. Returned to Labor Department by EO 9617 of Sept. 19, 1945. 
Transferred to Federal Security Agency by act of June 16, 1948 (62 Stat. 
443), to function as part of Bureau of Employment Security, Social 
Security Administration. Bureau, including U.S. Employment Service, 
transferred to Labor Department by Reorg. Plan No. 2 of 1949, effective 
Aug. 20, 1949. Abolished by reorganization of Manpower Administration, 
effective Mar. 17, 1969, and functions assigned to U.S. Training and 
Employment Service.

Employment Stabilization Board, Federal  Established by act of Feb. 10, 
1931 (46 Stat. 1085). Abolished by EO 6166 of June 10, 1933. Abolition 
deferred by EO 6623 of Mar. 1, 1934, until functions of Board 
transferred to Federal Employment Stabilization Office, established in 
Commerce Department by same order. Office abolished by Reorg. Plan No. I 
of 1939, effective July 1, 1939, and functions transferred from Commerce 
Department to National Resources Planning Board, Executive Office of the 
President.

Employment Stabilization Office, Federal.  See Employment Stabilization 
Board, Federal

Employment and Training, Office of Comprehensive  Established in Labor 
Department. Terminated due to expiration of authority for appropriations 
after fiscal year 1982. Replaced by Office of Employment and Training 
Programs.

Employment and Training Programs, Office of  Renamed Office of Job 
Training Programs by Employment and Training Administration 
reorganization in Labor Department, effective June 1984.

Endangered Species Scientific Authority  Established by EO 11911 of Apr. 
13, 1976. Terminated by act of Dec. 28, 1979 (93 Stat. 1228), and 
functions transferred to Interior Secretary.

Energy Administration, Federal  Established by act of May 7, 1974 (88 
Stat. 96). Assigned additional responsibilities by acts of June 22, 1974 
(88 Stat. 246), Dec. 22, 1975 (89 Stat. 871), and Aug. 14, 1976 (90 
Stat. 1125). Terminated by act of Aug. 4, 1977 (91 Stat. 577), and 
functions transferred to Energy Department.

Energy Conservation, Office of  Established by Interior Secretarial 
Order 2953 May 7, 1973. Functions transferred to Federal Energy 
Administration by act of May 7, 1974 (88 Stat. 100).

Energy Data and Analysis, Office of  Established by Interior Secretarial 
Order 2953 of May 7, 1973. Functions transferred to Federal Energy 
Administration by act of May 7, 1974 (88 Stat. 100).

Energy Policy Office  Established in Executive Office of the President 
by EO 11726 of June 29, 1973. Abolished by EO 11775 of Mar. 26, 1974.

Energy Programs, Office of  Established by Commerce Department 
Organization Order 25-7A, effective Sept. 24, 1975. Terminated by act of 
Aug. 4, 1977 (91 Stat. 581), and functions transferred to Energy 
Department.

Energy Research and Development Administration  Established by act of 
Oct. 11, 1974 (88 Stat. 1234). Assigned responsibilities by acts of 
Sept. 3, 1974 (88 Stat. 1069, 1079), Oct. 26, 1974 (88 Stat. 1431), and 
Dec. 31, 1974 (88 Stat. 1887). Terminated by act of Aug. 4, 1977 (91 
Stat. 577), and functions transferred to Energy Department.

Energy Resources Council  Established in Executive Office of the 
President by act of Oct. 11, 1974 (88 Stat. 1233). Establishing 
authority repealed by act of Aug. 4, 1977 (91 Stat. 608), and Council 
terminated.

Energy Supplies and Resources Policy, Presidential Advisory Committee on  
Established July 30, 1954, by President. Abolished Mar. 12, 1961, by 
President and functions transferred to Interior Secretary.

Enforcement Commission, National  Established by General Order 18 of 
Economic Stabilization Administrator, effective July 30, 1952. Functions 
transferred to Director, Office of Defense Mobilization, and Attorney 
General by EO 10494 of Oct. 14, 1953.

Engineering, Bureau of  See Steam Engineering, Bureau of

Entomology, Bureau of  See Entomology and Plant Quarantine, Bureau of

Entomology and Plant Quarantine, Bureau of  Bureau of Entomology and 
Bureau of Plant Quarantine created by acts of Apr. 23, 1904 (33 Stat. 
276), and July 7, 1932 (47 Stat. 640), respectively. Consolidated with 
disease control and eradication functions of Bureau of Plant Industry 
into Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine by act of Mar. 23, 1934 
(48 Stat. 467). Functions transferred to Agricultural Research Service 
by Secretary's Memorandum 1320, supp. 4, of Nov. 2, 1953.

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Environment, Cabinet Committee on the  See Environmental Quality Council

Environmental Financing Authority  Established by act of Oct. 18, 1972 
(86 Stat. 899). Expired June 30, 1975, pursuant to terms of act.

Environmental Quality Council  Established by EO 11472 of May 29, 1969. 
Renamed Cabinet Committee on the Environment by EO 11514 of Mar. 5, 
1970. EO 11514 terminated by EO 11541 of July 1, 1970.

Environmental Science Services Administration  Established in Commerce 
Department by Reorg. Plan No. 2 of 1965, effective July 13, 1965, by 
consolidating Weather Bureau and Coast and Geodetic Survey. Abolished by 
Reorg. Plan No. 4 of 1970, effective Oct. 3, 1970, and functions 
transferred to National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

Equal Employment Opportunity, President's Committee on  Established by 
EO 10925 of Mar. 6, 1961. Abolished by EO 11246 of Sept. 24, 1965, and 
functions transferred to Labor Department and U.S. Civil Service 
Commission.

Equal Opportunity, President's Council on  Established by EO 11197 of 
Feb. 5, 1965. Abolished by EO 11247 of Sept. 24, 1965, and functions 
transferred to Justice Department.

Equipment, Bureau of  Established as Bureau of Equipment and Recruiting 
by act of July 5, 1862 (12 Stat. 510), replacing Bureau of Construction, 
Equipment and Repairs. Designated as Bureau of Equipment in annual 
appropriation acts commencing with fiscal year 1892 (26 Stat. 192) after 
cognizance over enlisted personnel matters transferred, effective July 
1, 1889, to Bureau of Navigation. Functions distributed among bureaus 
and offices in Navy Department by act of June 24, 1910 (61 Stat. 613). 
Abolished by act of June 30, 1914 (38 Stat. 408).

Ethics, Office of Government  Established in the Office of Personnel 
Management by act of Oct. 26, 1978 (92 Stat. 1862). Changed to 
independent executive agency status by act of Nov. 3, 1988 (102 Stat. 
3031).

European Migration, Intergovernmental Committee for  Renamed 
Intergovernmental Committee for Migration by Resolution 624, passed by 
Intergovernmental Committee for European Migration Council, effective 
Nov. 11, 1980.

Evacuation, Joint Committee on  See Health and Welfare Aspects of 
Evacuation of Civilians, Joint Committee on

Exchange Service, International  Established in 1849 in Smithsonian 
Institution. Renamed Office of Publications Exchange by Secretary's 
internal directive of Jan. 11, 1985.

Executive Branch of the Government, Commission on Organization of the  
Established by act of July 7, 1947 (61 Stat. 246). Terminated June 12, 
1949, pursuant to terms of act. Second Commission on Organization of the 
Executive Branch of the Government established by act of July 10, 1953 
(67 Stat. 142). Terminated June 30, 1955, pursuant to terms of act.

Executive Council  Established by EO 6202-A of July 11, 1933. 
Consolidated with National Emergency Council by EO 6889-A of Oct. 29, 
1934.

Executive Exchange, President's Commission on  See Personnel 
Interchange, President's Commission on

Executive orders  See State Department

Executive Organization, President's Advisory Council on  Established by 
President Apr. 5, 1969. Terminated May 7, 1971.

Executives, Active Corps of  Established in ACTION by act of Oct. 1, 
1973 (87 Stat. 404). Transferred to Small Business Administration by EO 
11871 of July 18, 1975.

Exhibits, Supervisor of  Established by Interior Department. Abolished 
in 1941 due to lack of funding.

Export Control, Administrator of  Functions delegated to Administrator 
by Proc. 2413 of July 2, 1940, transferred to Office of Export Control, 
Economic Defense Board, by EO 8900 of Sept. 15, 1941. Renamed Board of 
Economic Warfare by EO 8982 of Dec. 17, 1941. Board terminated by EO 
9361 of July 15, 1943.

Export Control, Office of  See Export Control, Administrator of

Export-Import Bank of Washington  Organization of District of Columbia 
banking corporation directed by EO 6581 of Feb. 2, 1934. Certificate of 
incorporation filed Feb. 12, 1934. Grouped with other agencies to form 
Federal Loan Agency by Reorg. Plan No. I of 1939, effective July 1, 
1939. Transferred to Commerce Department by EO 9071 of Feb. 24, 1942. 
Functions transferred to Office of Economic Warfare by EO 9361 of July 
15, 1943. Established as permanent independent agency by act of July 31, 
1945 (59 Stat. 526). Renamed Export-Import Bank of the U.S. by act of 
Mar. 13, 1968 (82 Stat. 47).

Export-Import Bank of Washington, DC, Second  Authorized by EO 6638 of 
Mar. 9, 1934. Abolished by EO 7365 of May 7, 1936, and records 
transferred to Export-Import Bank of Washington, effective June 30, 
1936.

Export Marketing Service  Established by Agriculture Secretary Mar. 28, 
1969. Merged with Foreign Agricultural Service by Secretary's memorandum 
of Dec. 7, 1973, effective Feb. 3, 1974.

Exports and Requirements, Division of  Established in Office of Foreign 
Economic Coordination by State Departmental order of Feb. 1, 1943. 
Abolished by departmental order of Nov. 6, 1943, pursuant to EO 9380 of 
Sept. 25, 1943.

Extension Service  Established by act of May 14, 1914 (38 Stat. 372). 
Consolidated into Science and Education Administration by Secretary's 
order of Jan. 24, 1978. Reestablished as Extension Service by 

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Secretarial order of June 16, 1981. Became part of Cooperative State, 
Research, Education, and Extension Service under Department of 
Agriculture's reorganization in 1995.

Facts and Figures, Office of  Established in Office for Emergency 
Management by EO 8922 of Oct. 24, 1941. Consolidated with Office of War 
Information in Office for Emergency Management by EO 9182 of June 13, 
1942.

Family Security Committee  Established in Office of Defense Health and 
Welfare Services Feb. 12, 1941, by administrative order. Terminated Dec. 
17, 1942.

Family Services, Bureau of  See Assistance, Bureau of Public

Family Support Administration  Established on Apr. 4, 1986, in Health 
and Human Services Department under authority of section 6 of 
Reorganization Plan No. 1 of 1953, effective Apr. 11, 1953 (see also 51 
FR 11641). Merged into Administration for Children and Families by 
Secretary's reorganization notice dated Apr. 15, 1991.

Farm Board, Federal  Established by act of June 15, 1929 (46 Stat. 11). 
Renamed Farm Credit Administration and certain functions abolished by EO 
6084 of Mar. 27, 1933. Administration placed under Agriculture 
Department by Reorg. Plan No. I of 1939, effective July 1, 1939. Made 
independent agency in the executive branch of the Government, to be 
housed in the Agriculture Department, by act of Aug. 6, 1953 (67 Stat. 
390). Removed from Agriculture Department by act of Dec. 10, 1971 (85 
Stat. 617).

Farm Credit Administration  See Farm Board, Federal

Farm Loan Board, Federal  Established in Treasury Department to 
administer act of July 17, 1916 (39 Stat. 360). Offices of appointed 
members of Board, except member designated as Farm Loan Commissioner, 
abolished by EO 6084 of Mar. 27, 1933, and Board functions transferred 
to Farm Loan Commissioner, subject to jurisdiction and control of Farm 
Credit Administration. Title changed to Land Bank Commissioner by act of 
June 16, 1933. Abolished by act of Aug. 6, 1953 (67 Stat. 393).

Farm Loan Bureau, Federal  Established in Treasury Department under 
supervision of Federal Farm Loan Board and charged with execution of act 
of July 17, 1916 (39 Stat. 360). Transferred to Farm Credit 
Administration by EO 6084 of Mar. 27, 1933.

Farm Loan Commissioner  See Farm Loan Board, Federal

Farm Mortgage Corporation, Federal  Established by act of Jan. 31, 1934 
(48 Stat. 344). Transferred to Agriculture Department by Reorg. Plan No. 
I of 1939, effective July 1, 1939, to operate under supervision of Farm 
Credit Administration. Abolished by act of Oct. 4, 1961 (75 Stat. 773).

Farm Products, Division of  (Also known as Division of Agriculture) 
Established by Advisory Commission to Council of National Defense 
pursuant to act of Aug. 29, 1916 (39 Stat. 649). Office of Agricultural 
Defense Relations (later known as Office for Agricultural War Relations) 
established in Agriculture Department by Presidential letter of May 5, 
1941, which transferred to Agriculture Secretary functions previously 
assigned to Division of Agriculture. Functions concerned with food 
production transferred to Food Production Administration and functions 
concerned with food distribution transferred to Food Distribution 
Administration by EO 9280 of Dec. 5, 1942.

Farm Security Administration  See Resettlement Administration

Farm Service Agency  Established by Secretary's Memorandum 1010-1 dated 
Oct. 20, 1994, under authority of the act of Oct. 13, 1994 (7 U.S.C. 
6901), and assumed certain functions of the Agricultural Stabilization 
and Conservation Service, the Farmers' Home Administration, and the 
Federal Crop Insurance Corporartion. Renamed Consolidated Farm Service 
Agency by Acting Administrator on Dec. 19, 1994.

Farmer Cooperative Service  Established by Agriculture Secretary's 
Memorandum 1320, supp. 4, of Dec. 4, 1953. Consolidated with other 
Agriculture Department units into Economics, Statistics, and 
Cooperatives Service by Secretary's Memorandum 1927, effective Dec. 23, 
1977.

Farmers' Home Administration. See Resettlement Administration

Federal.  See also other part of title

Federal Advisory Council  Established in Federal Security Agency by act 
of June 6, 1933 (48 Stat. 116). Transferred to Labor Department by 
Reorg. Plan No. 2 of 1949, effective Aug. 20, 1949.

Federal Crop Insurance Corporation  Established by act of Feb. 16, 1938. 
Consolidated with the Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation 
Service and Federal Crop Insurance Corporation in 1995 to form the Farm 
Service Agency pursuant to act of Oct. 13, 1994 (108 Stat. 3178).

Federal Grain Inspection Service  Established in the Agriculture 
Department by act of Oct. 21, 1976 (90 Stat. 2868). Abolished by 
Secretary's Memorandum 1010-1 dated Oct. 20, 1994, and program authority 
and functions transferred to the Grain Inspection, Packers and 
Stockyards Administration.

Federal Register, Administrative Committee of the  See Archives 
Establishment, National

Federal Register, Division of the  Established by act of July 26, 1935 
(49 Stat. 500). Transferred to General Services Administration as part 
of National Archives and Records Service by act of June 30, 1949 (63 
Stat. 381). Renamed Office of the Federal Register by order of General 
Services Administrator, Feb. 6, 1959. Transferred to National Archives 
and Records Administration by act of Oct. 19, 1984 (98 Stat. 2283).

Federal Register, Office of the  See Federal Register, Division of the

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Federal Reserve Board  Renamed Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve 
System, and Governor and Vice Governor designated as Chairman and Vice 
Chairman, respectively, of Board by act of Aug. 23, 1935 (49 Stat. 704).

Field Services, Office of  Established by Commerce Secretary Feb. 1, 
1963, by Department Organization Order 40-3. Terminated by Department 
Organization Order 40-1A of Sept. 15, 1970, and functions transferred to 
Bureau of Domestic Commerce.

Filipino Rehabilitation Commission  Established by act of June 29, 1944 
(58 Stat. 626). Inactive pursuant to terms of act.

Film Service, U.S.  Established by National Emergency Council in 
September 1938. Transferred to Office of Education, Federal Security 
Agency, by Reorg. Plan No. II of 1939, effective July 1, 1939. 
Terminated June 30, 1940.

Films, Coordinator of Government  Director of Office of Government 
Reports designated Coordinator of Government Films by Presidential 
letter of Dec. 18, 1941. Functions transferred to Office of War 
Information by EO 9182 of June 13, 1942.

Financial Operations, Bureau of Government  Renamed Financial Management 
Service by Treasury Secretary's Order 145-21, effective Oct. 10, 1984.

Fire Administration, U.S.  See Fire Prevention and Control 
Administration, National

Fire Council, Federal  Established by EO 7397 of June 20, 1936. 
Transferred July 1, 1939, to Federal Works Agency by EO 8194 of July 6, 
1939, with functions under direction of Federal Works Administrator. 
Transferred with Federal Works Agency to General Services Administration 
by act of June 30, 1949 (63 Stat. 380). Transferred to Commerce 
Department by EO 11654 of Mar. 13, 1972.

Fire Prevention and Control, National Academy for  Established in 
Commerce Department by act of Oct. 29, 1974 (88 Stat. 1537). Transferred 
to Federal Emergency Management Agency by Reorg. Plan No. 3 of 1978, 
effective Apr. 1, 1979.

Fire Prevention and Control Administration, National  Renamed U.S. Fire 
Administration by act of Oct. 5, 1978 (92 Stat. 932). Transferred to 
Federal Emergency Management Agency by Reorg. Plan No. 3 of 1978, 
effective Apr. 1, 1979.

Fish Commission, U.S.  Commissioner of Fish and Fisheries established as 
head of U.S. Fish Commission by joint resolution of Feb. 9, 1871 (16 
Stat. 594). Commission established as Bureau of Fisheries in Department 
of Commerce and Labor by act of Feb. 14, 1903 (32 Stat. 827). Labor 
Department created by act of Mar. 4, 1913 (37 Stat. 736), and Bureau 
remained in Commerce Department. Transferred to Interior Department by 
Reorg. Plan No. II of 1939, effective July 1, 1939. Consolidated with 
Bureau of Biological Survey into Fish and Wildlife Service by Reorg. 
Plan No. III of 1940, effective June 30, 1940.

Fish and Wildlife Service  Established by Reorg. Plan No. III of 1940, 
effective June 30, 1940, consolidating Bureau of Fisheries and Bureau of 
Biological Survey. Succeeded by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

Fisheries, Bureau of  See Fish Commission, U.S.

Fisheries, Bureau of Commercial  Organized in 1959 under U.S. Fish and 
Wildlife Service, Interior Department. Abolished by Reorg. Plan No. 4 of 
1970, effective Oct. 3, 1970, and functions transferred to National 
Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

Fishery Coordination, Office of  Established in Interior Department by 
EO 9204 of July 21, 1942. Terminated by EO 9649 of Oct. 29, 1945.

Flood Indemnity Administration, Federal  Established in Housing and Home 
Finance Agency by Administrator's Organizational Order 1, effective 
Sept. 28, 1956, redesignated as Administrator's Organizational Order 2 
on Dec. 7, 1956, pursuant to act of Aug. 7, 1956 (70 Stat. 1078). 
Abolished by Administrator's Organizational Order 3, effective July 1, 
1957, due to lack of funding.

Food, Cost of Living Council Committee on  Established by EO 11695 of 
Jan. 11, 1973. Abolished by EO 11788 of June 18, 1974.

Food, Drug, and Insecticide Administration  Established by act of Jan. 
18, 1927 (44 Stat. 1002). Renamed Food and Drug Administration by act of 
May 27, 1930 (46 Stat. 422). Transferred from Agriculture Department to 
Federal Security Agency by Reorg. Plan No. IV of 1940, effective June 
30, 1940. Transferred to Health, Education, and Welfare Department by 
Reorg. Plan No. 1 of 1953, effective Apr. 11, 1953.

Food Distribution Administration  Established in Agriculture Department 
by EO 9280 of Dec. 5, 1942, consolidating Agricultural Marketing 
Administration, Sugar Agency, distribution functions of Office for 
Agricultural War Relations, regulatory work of Bureau of Animal 
Industry, and food units of War Production Board. Consolidated with 
other agencies by EO 9322 of Mar. 26, 1943, to form Administration of 
Food Production and Distribution.

Food and Drug Administration See Food, Drug, and Insecticide 
Administration

Food Industry Advisory Committee  Established by EO 11627 of Oct. 15, 
1971. Abolished by EO 11781 of May 1, 1974.

Food and Nutrition Service  Established Aug. 8, 1969, by Secretary of 
Agriculture under authority of 5 U.S.C. 301 and Reorg. Plan No. 2 of 
1953 (5 U.S.C. app.). Abolished by Secretary's Memorandum 1010-1 dated 
Oct. 20, 1994. Functions assumed by Food and Consumer Service.

Food Production Administration  Established in Agriculture Department by 
EO 9280 of Dec. 5, 1942, which consolidated Agricultural Adjustment 
Agency, Farm Credit Administration, Farm Security Administration, 
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation, Soil Conservation Service, and food 
production 

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activities of War Production Board, Office of Agricultural War 
Relations, and Division of Farm Management and Costs, Bureau of 
Agricultural Economics. Consolidated with other agencies by EO 9322 of 
Mar. 26, 1943, to form Administration of Food Production and 
Distribution.

Food Production and Distribution, Administration of  Established by 
consolidation of Food Production Administration, Food Distribution 
Administration, Commodity Credit Corporation, and Extension Service, 
Agriculture Department, by EO 9322 of Mar. 26, 1943, under direction of 
Administrator, directly responsible to President. Renamed War Food 
Administration by EO 9334 of Apr. 19, 1943. Terminated by EO 9577 of 
June 29, 1945, and functions transferred to Agriculture Secretary. 
Transfer made permanent by Reorg. Plan No. 3 of 1946, effective July 16, 
1946.

Food Safety and Quality Service  Renamed Food Safety and Inspection 
Service by Agriculture Secretary's memorandum of June 19, 1981.

Foods, Bureau of  Renamed Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition 
by Food and Drug Administration notice of Mar. 9, 1984 (49 FR 10166).

Foreign.  See also other part of title

Foreign Aid, Advisory Committee on Voluntary  Established by President 
May 14, 1946. Transferred from State Department to Director, Mutual 
Security Agency, and later to Director, Foreign Operations 
Administration, by Presidential letter of June 1, 1953.

Foreign Operations Administration  Established by Reorg. Plan No. 7 of 
1953, effective Aug. 1, 1953, and functions transferred from Office of 
Director of Mutual Security, Mutual Security Agency, Technical 
Cooperation Administration, Institute of Inter-American Affairs. 
Abolished by EO 10610 of May 9, 1955, and functions and offices 
transferred to State and Defense Departments.

Foreign Scholarships, Board of  Renamed J. William Fulbright Foreign 
Scholarship Board by act of Feb. 16, 1990 (104 Stat. 49).

Forest Reservation Commission, National  Established by act of Mar. 1, 
1911 (36 Stat. 962). Terminated by act of Oct. 22, 1976 (90 Stat. 2961), 
and functions transferred to Agriculture Secretary.

Forests, Director of  Established by Administrative Order 1283 of May 
18, 1938. Made part of Office of Land Utilization, Interior Department, 
by Administrative Order 1466 of Apr. 15, 1940.

Freedmen's Hospital  Established by act of Mar. 3, 1871 (16 Stat. 506; 
T. 32 of D.C. Code). Transferred from Interior Department to Federal 
Security Agency by Reorg. Plan No. IV of 1940, effective June 30, 1940.

Fuel Yards  Established by act of July 1, 1918 (40 Stat. 672). 
Transferred from Bureau of Mines, Commerce Department, to Procurement 
Division, Treasury Department, by EO 6166 of June 10, 1933, effective 
Mar. 2, 1934.

Fuels Coordinator for War, Office of Solid  See Fuels Administration for 
War, Solid

Fuels Corporation, U.S. Synthetic  Established by act of June 30, 1980 
(94 Stat. 636). Terminated Apr. 18, 1986, by act of Dec. 19, 1985 (99 
Stat. 1249), and functions transferred to Treasury Secretary.

Fund-Raising Within the Federal Service, President's Committee on  
Established by EO 10728 of Sept. 6, 1957. Abolished by EO 10927 of Mar. 
18, 1961, and functions transferred to U.S. Civil Service Commission.

Gallaudet College  See Columbia Institution for the Instruction of the 
Deaf and Dumb, and the Blind

General Programs, Office of  Renamed Office of Public Programs by the 
Chairman, National Endowment for the Humanities, in January 1991.

Geographic Board, U.S.  Established by EO 27-A of Sept. 4, 1890. 
Abolished by EO 6680 of Apr. 17, 1935, and duties transferred to U.S. 
Board on Geographical Names, Interior Department, effective June 17, 
1934. Board abolished by act of July 25, 1947 (61 Stat. 457), and duties 
assumed by Board on Geographic Names.

Geographical Names, U.S. Board on  See Geographic Board, U.S.

Geography, Office of  Function of standardizing foreign place names 
placed in Interior Department conjointly with Board on Geographic Names 
by act of July 25, 1947 (61 Stat. 456). Functions transferred to Defense 
Department by memorandum of understanding by Interior and Defense 
Departments and Bureau of the Budget Mar. 9, 1968.

Geological Survey  Established in the Interior Department by act of Mar. 
3, 1879 (20 Stat. 394). Renamed United States Geological Survey by acts 
of Nov. 13, 1991 (105 Stat. 1000) and May 18, 1992 (106 Stat. 172).

Germany, Mixed Claims Commission, U.S. and  Established by agreement of 
Aug. 10, 1922, between U.S. and Germany. Duties extended by agreement of 
Dec. 31, 1928. Time limit for filing claims expired June 30, 1928. All 
claims disposed of by Oct. 30, 1939. Terminated June 30, 1941.

Goethals Memorial Commission  Established by act of Aug. 4, 1935 (49 
Stat. 743). Placed under jurisdiction of War Department by EO 8191 of 
July 5, 1939.

Government.  See other part of title

Grain Futures Administration  Established in Agriculture Department 
under provisions of act of Sept. 21, 1922 (42 Stat. 998). Superseded by 
Commodity Exchange Administration by order of Secretary, effective July 
1, 1936. Consolidated with other agencies into Commodity Exchange 
Branch, Agricultural Marketing Administration, by EO 9069 of Feb. 23, 
1942. Functions transferred to Agriculture Secretary by EO 9577 of June 
29, 1945. Transfer made permanent by Reorg. Plan No. 3 of 1946, 
effective July 16, 1946. Functions transferred to Commodity Exchange 
Authority by Secretary's 

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Memorandum 1185 of Jan. 21, 1947. Functions transferred to Commodity 
Futures Trading Commission by act of Oct. 23, 1974 (88 Stat. 1414).

Grain Stabilization Corporation  Organized as Delaware corporation to 
operate in connection with Federal Farm Board pursuant to act of June 
15, 1929 (46 Stat. 11). Terminated by filing of certificate of 
dissolution with Corporation Commission of State of Delaware Dec. 14, 
1935.

Grants and Program Systems, Office of  Abolished and functions 
transferred to Cooperative State Research Service, Agriculture 
Department, by Secretarial Memorandum 1020-26 of July 1, 1986.

Grazing Service  Consolidated with General Land Office into Bureau of 
Land Management, Interior Department, by Reorg. Plan No. 3 of 1946, 
effective July 16, 1946.

Great Lakes Basin Commission  Established by EO 11345 of Apr. 20, 1967. 
Terminated by EO 12319 of Sept. 9, 1981.

Great Lakes Pilotage Administration  Established in Commerce Department 
to administer act of June 30, 1960 (74 Stat. 259). Administration of act 
transferred to Transportation Secretary by act of Oct. 15, 1966 (80 
Stat. 931).

Handicapped, National Center on Education Media and Materials for the  
Established by agreement between Health, Education, and Welfare 
Secretary and Ohio State University, pursuant to acts of Aug. 20, 1969 
(83 Stat. 102) and Apr. 13, 1970 (84 Stat. 187). Authorization deleted 
by act of Nov. 29, 1975 (89 Stat. 795), and Secretary authorized to 
enter into agreements with non-Federal organizations to establish and 
operate centers for handicapped.

Handicapped, National Council on the  Established in Health, Education, 
and Welfare Department by act of Nov. 6, 1978 (92 Stat. 2977). 
Transferred to Education Department by act of Oct. 17, 1979 (93 Stat. 
677). Reorganized as independent agency by act of Feb. 22, 1984 (98 
Stat. 26).

Handicapped Employees, Interagency Committee on  Alternately renamed 
Interagency Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities by EO 
12704 of Feb. 26, 1990.

Handicapped Individuals, White House Conference on  Established by act 
of Dec. 7, 1974 (88 Stat. 1617). Terminated Dec. 30, 1977, pursuant to 
terms of act.

Handicapped Research, National Institute of  Renamed National Institute 
on Disability and Rehabilitation Research by act of Oct. 21, 1986 (100 
Stat. 1820).

Health, Cost of Living Council Committee on  Established by EO 11695 of 
Jan. 11, 1973. Abolished by EO 11788 of June 18, 1974.

Health, Education, and Welfare, Department of  Established by 
Reorganization Plan No. 1 of 1953 (5 U.S.C. app.), effective Apr. 11, 
1953. Renamed Health and Human Services Department by act of Oct. 17, 
1979 (93 Stat. 695).

Health, Welfare, and Related Defense Activities, Office of the 
Coordinator of  Federal Security Administrator designated as Coordinator 
of health, welfare, and related fields of activity affecting national 
defense, including aspects of education under Federal Security Agency, 
by Council of National Defense, with approval of President, Nov. 28, 
1940. Office of Coordinator superseded by Office of Defense Health and 
Welfare Services, established in Office for Emergency Services by EO 
8890 of Sept. 3, 1941.

Health Care Technology, National Council on  Established by act of July 
1, 1944, as amended (92 Stat. 3447). Renamed Council on Health Care 
Technology by act of Oct. 30, 1984 (98 Stat. 2820). Name lowercased by 
act of Oct. 7, 1985 (99 Stat. 493). Terminated by act of Dec. 19, 1989 
(103 Stat. 2205).

Health Facilities, Financing, Compliance, and Conversion, Bureau of  
Renamed Bureau of Health Facilities by Health and Human Services 
Department Secretarial order of Mar. 12, 1980 (45 FR 17207).

Health Industry Advisory Committee  Established by EO 11695 of Jan. 11, 
1973. Abolished by EO 11781 of May 1, 1974.

Health Manpower, Bureau of  Renamed Bureau of Health Professions by 
Health and Human Services Department Secretarial order of Mar. 12, 1980 
(45 FR 17207).

Health and Medical Committee  Established by Council of National Defense 
order of Sept. 19, 1940. Transferred to Federal Security Agency by 
Council order approved by President Nov. 28, 1940. Reestablished in 
Office of Defense Health and Welfare Services, Office for Emergency 
Management, by EO 8890 of Sept. 3, 1941. Committee transferred to 
Federal Security Agency by EO 9338 of Apr. 29, 1943.

Health Resources Administration  Established in Public Health Service. 
Abolished by Health and Human Services Department Secretarial 
reorganization of Aug. 20, 1982 (47 FR 38409), and functions transferred 
to Health Resources and Services Administration.

Health Service, Public  Originated by act of July 16, 1798 (1 Stat. 
605). Transferred from Treasury Department to Federal Security Agency by 
Reorg. Plan No. I of 1939, effective July 1, 1939.

Health Services Administration  Established in Public Health Service. 
Abolished by Health and Human Services Department Secretarial 
reorganization of Aug. 20, 1982 (47 FR 38409), and functions transferred 
to Health Resources and Services Administration.

Health Services Industry, Committee on the  Established by EO 11627 of 
Oct. 15, 1971. Abolished by EO 11695 of Jan. 11, 1973.

Health Services and Mental Health Administration  Established in Public 
Health Service Apr. 1, 1968. Abolished by Health, Education, and Welfare 
Department reorganization order and functions transferred to Centers for 
Disease Control, Health 

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Resources Administration, and Health Services Administration, effective 
July 1, 1973.

Health Services Research, National Center for  Established by act of 
July 23, 1974 (88 Stat. 363). Transferred from Health Resources 
Administration to Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health by 
Health, Education, and Welfare Department reorganization, effective Dec. 
2, 1977. Renamed National Center for Health Services Research and Health 
Care Technology Assessment by Secretary's order, pursuant to act of Oct. 
30, 1984 (98 Stat. 2817). Terminated by act of Dec. 19, 1989 (103 Stat. 
2205).

Health Statistics, National Center for  Established by act of July 23, 
1974 (88 Stat. 363). Transferred from Health Resources Administration to 
Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health by Health, Education, and 
Welfare Department reorganization, effective Dec. 2, 1977. Transferred 
to Centers for Disease Control by Secretary's notice of Apr. 2, 1987 (52 
FR 13318).

Health and Welfare Activities, Interdepartmental Committee to Coordinate  
Appointed by President Aug. 15, 1935, and reestablished by EO 7481 of 
Oct. 27, 1936. Terminated in 1939.

Health and Welfare Aspects of Evacuation of Civilians, Joint Committee 
on  Established August 1941 as joint committee of Office of Defense 
Health and Welfare Services and Office of Civilian Defense. Reorganized 
in June 1942 and renamed Joint Committee on Evacuation. Office of 
Defense Health and Welfare Services abolished by EO 9388 of Apr. 29, 
1943, and functions transferred to Federal Security Agency. Committee 
terminated.

Heart and Lung Institute, National  Renamed National Heart, Lung, and 
Blood Institute by act of Apr. 22, 1976 (90 Stat. 402).

Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service  Established by Interior 
Secretary Jan. 25, 1978. Abolished by Secretarial Order 3060 of Feb. 19, 
1981, and functions transferred to National Park Service.

Highway Safety Agency, National  Established in Commerce Department by 
act of Sept. 9, 1966 (80 Stat. 731). Functions transferred to 
Transportation Department by act of Oct. 15, 1966 (80 Stat. 931). 
Functions transferred to National Highway Safety Bureau by EO 11357 of 
June 6, 1967. Bureau renamed National Highway Traffic Safety 
Administration by act of Dec. 31, 1970 (84 Stat. 1739).

Highway Safety Bureau, National  See Highway Safety Agency, National

Home Economics, Bureau of Human Nutrition and  See Home Economics, 
Office of

Home Economics, Office of  Renamed Bureau of Home Economics by 
Secretary's Memorandum 436, effective July 1, 1923, pursuant to act of 
Feb. 26, 1923 (42 Stat. 1289). Redesignated Bureau of Human Nutrition 
and Home Economics February 1943 in accordance with Research 
Administration Memorandum 5 issued pursuant to EO 9069 of Feb. 23, 1942, 
and in conformity with Secretary's Memorandums 960 and 986. Functions 
transferred to Agricultural Research Service by Secretary's Memorandum 
1320, supp. 4, of Nov. 2, 1953.

Home Loan Bank Administration, Federal  See Home Loan Bank Board, 
Federal

Home Loan Bank Board  See Home Loan Bank Board, Federal

Home Loan Bank Board, Federal  Established by acts of July 22, 1932 (47 
Stat. 725), June 13, 1933 (48 Stat. 128), and June 27, 1934 (48 Stat. 
1246). Grouped with other agencies to form Federal Loan Agency by Reorg. 
Plan No. I of 1939, effective July 1, 1939. Functions transferred to 
Federal Home Loan Bank Administration, National Housing Agency, by EO 
9070 of Feb. 24, 1942. Abolished by Reorg. Plan No. 3, effective July 
27, 1947, and functions transferred to Home Loan Bank Board, Housing and 
Home Finance Agency. Renamed Federal Home Loan Bank Board and made 
independent agency by act of Aug. 11, 1955 (69 Stat. 640). Abolished by 
act of Aug. 9, 1989 (103 Stat. 354, 415), and functions transferred to 
Office of Thrift Supervision, Resolution Trust Corporation, Federal 
Deposit Insurance Corporation, and Federal Housing Finance Board.

Home Loan Bank System, Federal  Grouped with other agencies to form 
Federal Loan Agency by Reorg. Plan No. I of 1939, effective July 1, 
1939. Functions transferred to Federal Home Loan Bank Administration, 
National Housing Agency, by EO 9070 of Feb. 24, 1942. Transferred to 
Housing and Home Finance Agency by Reorg. Plan No. 3 of 1947, effective 
July 27, 1947.

Home Mortgage Credit Extension Committee, National Voluntary  
Established by act of Aug. 2, 1954 (68 Stat 638). Terminated Oct. 1, 
1965, pursuant to terms of act.

Home Owners' Loan Corporation  Established by act of June 13, 1933 (48 
Stat. 128), under supervision of Federal Home Loan Bank Board. Grouped 
with other agencies to form Federal Loan Agency by Reorg. Plan No. I of 
1939, effective July 1, 1939. Transferred to Federal Home Loan Bank 
Administration, National Housing Agency, by EO 9070 of Feb. 24, 1942. 
Board of Directors abolished by Reorg. Plan No. 3 of 1947, effective 
July 27, 1947, and functions transferred, for liquidation of assets, to 
Home Loan Bank Board, Housing and Home Finance Agency. Terminated by 
order of Home Loan Bank Board Secretary, effective Feb. 3, 1954, 
pursuant to act of June 30, 1953 (67 Stat. 121).

Homesteads, Division of Subsistence  Established by act of June 16, 1933 
(48 Stat. 205). Interior Secretary authorized to administer section 208 
of act by EO 6209 of July 21, 1933. Federal Subsistence Homesteads 
Corporation created by Secretary's order of Dec. 2, 1933, and 
organization incorporated under laws of Delaware. Transferred to 
Resettlement Administration by EO 7041 of May 15, 1935.

Homesteads Corporation, Federal Subsistence  See Homesteads, Division of 
Subsistence

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Hospitalization, Board of Federal  Organized Nov. 1, 1921. Designated as 
advisory agency to Bureau of the Budget May 7, 1943. Terminated June 30, 
1948, by Director's letter of May 28, 1948.

Housing, President's Committee on Equal Opportunity in  Established by 
EO 11063 of Nov. 20, 1962. Inactive as of June 30, 1968.

Housing Administration, Federal  Established by act of June 27, 1934 (48 
Stat. 1246). Grouped with other agencies to form Federal Loan Agency by 
Reorg. Plan No. I of 1939, effective July 1, 1939. Functions transferred 
to Federal Housing Administration, National Housing Agency, by EO 9070 
of Feb. 24, 1942. Transferred to Housing and Home Finance Agency by 
Reorg. Plan No. 3, effective July 27, 1947. Functions transferred to 
Housing and Urban Development Department by act of Sept. 9, 1965 (79 
Stat. 667).

Housing Administration, Public  Established as constituent agency of 
Housing and Home Finance Agency by Reorg. Plan No. 3 of 1947, effective 
July 27, 1947. Functions transferred to Housing and Urban Development 
Department by act of Sept. 9, 1965 (79 Stat. 667).

Housing Agency, National  Established by EO 9070 of Feb. 24, 1942, to 
consolidate housing functions relating to Federal Home Loan Bank Board, 
Federal Home Loan Bank System, Federal Savings and Loan Insurance 
Corporation, Home Owners' Loan Corporation, U.S. Housing Corporation, 
Federal Housing Administration, U.S. Housing Authority, Defense Homes 
Corporation, Division of Defense Housing Coordination, Central Housing 
Committee, Farm Security Administration with respect to nonfarm housing, 
Public Buildings Administration, Division of Defense Housing, Mutual 
Ownership Defense Housing Division, Office of Administrator of Federal 
Works Agency, and War and Navy Departments with respect to housing 
located off military installations. Agency dissolved on creation of 
Housing and Home Finance Agency by Reorg. Plan No. 3 of 1947, effective 
July 27, 1947.

Housing Authority, Federal Public  Established by EO 9070 of Feb. 24, 
1942. Public housing functions of Federal Works Agency, War and Navy 
Departments (except housing located on military installations), and Farm 
Security Administration (nonfarm housing) transferred to Authority, and 
Defense Homes Corporation administered by Authority's Commissioner. 
Functions transferred to Public Housing Administration, Housing and Home 
Finance Agency, by Reorg. Plan No. 3 of 1947, effective July 27, 1947.

Housing Authority, U.S.  Established in Interior Department by act of 
Sept. 1, 1937 (50 Stat. 888). Transferred to Federal Works Agency by 
Reorg. Plan No. I of 1939, effective July 1, 1939. Transferred to 
Federal Public Housing Authority, National Housing Agency, by EO 9070 of 
Feb. 24, 1942. Office of Administrator abolished by Reorg. Plan No. 3 of 
1947, effective July 27, 1947, and functions transferred to Public 
Housing Administration, Housing and Home Finance Agency.

Housing Corporation, U.S.  Incorporated July 10, 1918, under laws of New 
York. Transferred from Labor Department to Treasury Department by EO 
7641 of June 22, 1937. Transferred from Treasury Department to Public 
Buildings Administration, Federal Works Agency, by EO 8186 of June 29, 
1939. Functions transferred for liquidation to Federal Home Loan Bank 
Administration, National Housing Agency, by EO 9070 of Feb. 24, 1942. 
Terminated Sept. 8, 1952, by Secretary, Home Loan Bank Board.

Housing Council, National  Established in Housing and Home Finance 
Agency by Reorg. Plan No. 3 of 1947, effective July 27, 1947. Terminated 
by Reorg. Plan No. 4 of 1965, effective July 27, 1965, and functions 
transferred to President.

Housing Division  Established in Public Works Administration by act of 
June 16, 1933 (48 Stat. 195). Functions transferred to U.S. Housing 
Authority by EO 7732 of Oct. 27, 1937.

Housing Expediter, Office of the  Established in Office of War 
Mobilization and Reconversion by Presidential letter of Dec. 12, 1945, 
to Housing Expediter. Functions of Housing Expediter defined by EO 9686 
of Jan. 26, 1946. Housing Expediter confirmed in position of National 
Housing Administrator Feb. 6, 1946. Office of the Housing Expediter 
established by act of May 22, 1946 (60 Stat. 208). Functions of Office 
and National Housing Administrator segregated by EO 9820 of Jan. 11, 
1947. Housing functions of Civilian Production Administration 
transferred to Office by EO 9836 of Mar. 22, 1947, effective Apr. 1, 
1947. Rent control functions of Office of Temporary Controls transferred 
to Office by EO 9841 of Apr. 23, 1947. Office terminated by EO 10276 of 
July 31, 1951, and functions transferred to Economic Stabilization 
Agency.

Housing and Home Finance Agency  Established by Reorg. Plan No. 3 of 
1947, effective July 27, 1947. Terminated by act of Sept. 9, 1965 (79 
Stat. 667), and functions transferred to Housing and Urban Development 
Department.

Howard University  Established by act of Mar. 2, 1867 (14 Stat. 438). 
Functions of Interior Department transferred to Federal Security Agency 
by Reorg. Plan No. IV of 1940, effective June 30, 1940. Functions of 
Health, Education, and Welfare Department transferred to Education 
Department by act of Oct. 17, 1979 (93 Stat. 678).

Human Development, Office of  Established in Health, Education, and 
Welfare Department. Renamed Office of Human Development Services and 
component units transferred to or reorganized under new administrations 
in Office by Secretary's reorganization order of July 26, 1977. Merged 
into the Administration for Children and Families by Health and Human 
Services Department Secretary's reorganization notice dated Apr. 15, 
1991.

Human Development Services, Office of  See Human Development, Office of

Hydrographic Office  Jurisdiction transferred from Bureau of Navigation 
to Chief of Naval Operations by EO 9126 of Apr. 8, 1942, and by Reorg. 
Plan 

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No. 3 of 1946, effective July 16, 1946. Renamed U.S. Naval 
Oceanographic Office by act of July 10, 1962 (76 Stat. 154).

Immigration, Bureau of  Established as branch of Treasury Department by 
act of Mar. 3, 1891 (26 Stat. 1085). Transferred to Department of 
Commerce and Labor by act of Feb. 14, 1903 (34 Stat. 596). Made Bureau 
of Immigration and Naturalization by act of June 29, 1906 (37 Stat. 
736). Made separate division after Labor Department created by act of 
Mar. 4, 1913 (37 Stat. 736). Consolidated into Immigration and 
Naturalization Service, Labor Department, by EO 6166 of June 10, 1933. 
Transferred to Justice Department by Reorg. Plan No. V of 1940, 
effective June 14, 1940.

Immigration, Commissioners of  Offices of commissioners of immigration 
of the several ports created by act of Aug. 18, 1894 (28 Stat. 391). 
Abolished by Reorg. Plan No. III of 1940, effective June 30, 1940, and 
functions transferred to Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization, Labor 
Department.

Immigration and Naturalization, Bureau of  See Immigration, Bureau of

Immigration and Naturalization, District Commissioner of  Created by act 
of Aug. 18, 1894 (28 Stat. 391). Abolished by Reorg. Plan No. III of 
1940, effective June 30, 1940. Functions administered by Immigration and 
Naturalization Commissioner, Justice Department, through district 
immigration and naturalization directors.

Immigration and Naturalization Service  See Immigration, Bureau of

Import Programs, Office of  Established by Commerce Secretary Feb. 14, 
1971. Functions transferred to Domestic and International Business 
Administration, effective Nov. 17, 1972.

Indian Claims Commission  Established by act of Aug. 13, 1946 (60 Stat. 
1049). Terminated by act of Oct. 8, 1976 (90 Stat. 1990), and pending 
cases transferred to U.S. Court of Claims Sept. 30, 1978.

Indian Commissioners, Board of  Established by section 2039, Revised 
Statutes. Abolished by EO 6145 of May 25, 1933.

Indian Medical Facilities  Functions transferred from Interior 
Department to Health, Education, and Welfare Department, to be 
administered by Surgeon General of Public Health Service, by act of Aug. 
5, 1954 (68 Stat. 674).

Indian Opportunity, National Council on  Established by EO 11399 of Mar. 
6, 1968. Terminated Nov. 26, 1974, by act of Nov. 26, 1969 (83 Stat. 
220).

Indian Policy Review Commission, American  Established by act of Jan. 2, 
1975 (88 Stat. 1910). Terminated June 30, 1977, pursuant to terms of 
act.

Industrial Analysis, Committee of  Established by EO 7323 of Mar. 21, 
1936. Terminated Feb. 17, 1937.

Industrial Cooperation, Coordinator for  Established by EO 7193 of Sept. 
26, 1935. Continued by EO 7324 of Mar. 30, 1936. Terminated June 30, 
1937.

Industrial Emergency Committee  Established by EO 6770 of June 30, 1934. 
Consolidated with National Emergency Council by EO 6889-A of Oct. 29, 
1934.

Industrial Pollution Control Council Staff, National  Established by 
Commerce Department Organization Order 35-3 of June 17, 1970. Staff 
abolished by departmental organization order of Sept. 10, 1973. Council 
inactive.

Industrial Recovery Board, National  Established by EO 6859 of Sept. 27, 
1934. Terminated by EO 7075 of June 15, 1935.

Industrial Recovery Board, Special  Established by EO 6173 of June 16, 
1933. Functions absorbed by National Emergency Council under terms of EO 
6513 of Dec. 18, 1933.

Industrial Relations, Office of  Activated in Navy Department Sept. 14, 
1945. Superseded June 22, 1966, by creation of Office of Civilian 
Manpower Management.

Industry and Trade Administration  See Business and Defense Services 
Administration

Information, Committee for Reciprocity  Established by EO 6750 of June 
27, 1934; reestablished by EO 10004 of Oct. 5, 1948, which revoked EO 
6750. Superseded by EO 10082 of Oct. 5, 1949; abolished by EO 11075 of 
Jan. 15, 1963, which revoked EO 10082.

Information, Coordinator of  Established by Presidential order of July 
11, 1941. Functions exclusive of foreign information activities 
transferred by military order of June 13, 1942, to jurisdiction of Joint 
Chiefs of Staff, War Department, as Office of Strategic Services. 
Foreign information functions transferred to Office of War Information 
by EO 9182 of June 13, 1942.

Information, Division of  Established pursuant to Presidential letter of 
Feb. 28, 1941, to Liaison Officer, Office of Emergency Management. 
Abolished by EO 9182 of June 13, 1942. Functions relating to public 
information on war effort transferred and consolidated with Office of 
War Information, and publication services relating to specific agencies 
of OEM transferred to those agencies.

Information, Office of Coordinator of  Transferred, exclusive of foreign 
information activities, to Office of War Information by EO 9182 of June 
13, 1942. Designated Office of Strategic Services and transferred to 
jurisdiction of Joint Chiefs of Staff by military order of June 13, 
1942. Terminated by EO 9621 of Sept. 20, 1945, and functions distributed 
to State and War Departments.

Information Administration, International  Transferred from State 
Department to U.S. Information Agency by Reorg. Plan No. 8 of 1953, 
effective Aug. 1, 1953.

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Information Agency, U.S.  Established by Reorg. Plan No. 8 of 1953, 
effective Aug. 1, 1953. Abolished by Reorg. Plan No. 2 of 1977, 
effective Apr. 1, 1978; replaced by and functions transferred to 
International Communication Agency. Redesignated U.S. Information Agency 
by act of Aug. 24, 1982 (96 Stat. 291).

Information and Public Affairs, Office of  Merged with Office of 
Intergovernmental Affairs to form Office of Public and Intergovernmental 
Affairs by Labor Secretary's Order 1-85 of June 5, 1985.

Information Resources Management, Office of  See Telecommunications 
Service, Automated Data

Information Resources Management Service  Established in the General 
Services Administration. Renamed Information Technology Service in 1995.

Information Security Committee, Interagency  Established by EO 12065 of 
June 28, 1978. Abolished by EO 12356 of Apr. 2, 1982.

Information Security Oversight Office  Established in General Services 
Administration by EO 12065 of June 28, 1978. EO 12065 revoked by EO 
12356 of Apr. 2, 1982, which provided for continuation of Office.

Information Service, Government  See Information Service, U.S.

Information Service, Interim International  Established in State 
Department by EO 9608 of Aug. 31, 1945. Abolished Dec. 31, 1945, 
pursuant to terms of order.

Information Service, U.S.  Established in March 1934 as division of 
National Emergency Council. Transferred to Office of Government Reports 
by Reorg. Plan No. II of 1939, effective July 1, 1939. Consolidated, 
along with other functions of Office, into Division of Public Inquiries, 
Bureau of Special Services, Office of War Information, by EO 9182 of 
June 13, 1942. Bureau of Special Services renamed Government Information 
Service and transferred to Bureau of the Budget by EO 9608 of Aug. 31, 
1945. Service transferred to Office of Government Reports by EO 9809 of 
Dec. 12, 1946.

Insane, Government Hospital for the  Established by act of Mar. 3, 1855 
(10 Stat. 682). Renamed Saint Elizabeths Hospital by act of July 1, 1916 
(39 Stat. 309). Transferred from Interior Department to Federal Security 
Agency by Reorg. Plan No. IV of 1940, effective June 30, 1940. 
Transferred to Health, Education, and Welfare Department by Reorg. Plan 
No. 1 of 1953, effective Apr. 11, 1953. Functions redelegated to 
National Institute of Mental Health by Secretary's reorganization order 
of Aug. 9, 1967. Property and administration transferred to District of 
Columbia Government by act of Nov. 8, 1984 (98 Stat. 3369).

Installations, Director of  Established in Defense Department by act of 
July 14, 1952 (66 Stat. 625). Abolished by Reorg. Plan No. 6 of 1953, 
effective June 30, 1953, and functions transferred to Defense Secretary.

Insular Affairs, Bureau of  Transferred from War Department to Division 
of Territories and Island Possessions, Interior Department, by Reorg. 
Plan No. II of 1939, effective July 1, 1939.

Insurance Administrator, Federal  Established by act of Aug. 1, 1968 (82 
Stat. 567). Functions transferred to Federal Emergency Management Agency 
by Reorg. Plan No. 3 of 1978, effective Apr. 1, 1979.

Integrity and Efficiency, President's Council on  Established by EO 
12301 of Mar. 26, 1981 (46 FR 19211). Abolished and reestablished by EO 
12625 of Jan 27, 1988 (53 FR 2812). Abolished and reestablished by EO 
12805 of May 11, 1992 (57 FR 20627).

Intelligence Activities, President's Board of Consultants on Foreign  
Established by EO 10656 of Feb. 6, 1956. EO 10656 revoked by EO 10938 of 
May 4, 1961, and Board terminated. Functions transferred to President's 
Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board.

Intelligence Advisory Board, President's Foreign  Established by EO 
11460 of Mar. 20, 1969. Abolished by EO 11984 of May 4, 1977. 
Reestablished by EO 12331 of Oct. 20, 1981.

Intelligence Authority, National  Established by Presidential directive 
of Jan. 22, 1946. Terminated on creation of Central Intelligence Agency 
under National Security Council by act of July 26, 1947 (61 Stat. 497).

Intelligence Group, Central  Terminated on creation of Central 
Intelligence Agency by act of July 26, 1947 (61 Stat. 497).

Inter-American Affairs, Institute of  See American Republics, Office for 
Coordination of Commercial and Cultural Relations between the

Inter-American Affairs, Office of  See American Republics, Office for 
Coordination of Commercial and Cultural Relations between the

Inter-American Affairs, Office of the Coordinator of  See American 
Republics, Office for Coordination of Commercial and Cultural Relations 
between the

Interagency.  See other part of title

Interdepartmental.  See also other part of title

Interdepartmental Advisory Council  Established January 1941 to advise 
Coordinator of Health, Welfare, and Related Defense Activities. 
Terminated on creation of Office of Defense Health and Welfare Service 
Sept. 3, 1941.

Interest and Dividends, Committee on  Established by EO 11695 of Jan. 
11, 1973. Abolished by EO 11781 of May 1, 1974.

Intergovernmental Affairs, Office of  Merged with Office of Information 
and Public Affairs to form Office of Public and Intergovernmental 
Affairs by Labor Secretary's Order 1-85 of June 5, 1985.

Intergovernmental Relations, Commission on  Established by act of July 
10, 1953 (67 Stat. 145). 

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Final report submitted to Congress by June 30, 1955, pursuant to act of 
Feb. 7, 1955 (69 Stat. 7).

Intergovernmental Relations, Office of  Established by EO 11455 of Feb. 
14, 1969. Functions transferred to Domestic Council by EO 11690 of Dec. 
14, 1972.

Interim Compliance Panel  Established by Dec. 30, 1969 (83 Stat. 774). 
Terminated June 30, 1976, pursuant to terms of act.

Internal Revenue Service  Functions relating to alcohol, tobacco, 
firearms, and explosives transferred to Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and 
Firearms by Treasury departmental order July 1, 1972.

Internal Security Division  Established July 9, 1945, by transfer of 
functions from Criminal Division. Abolished Mar. 22, 1973, and functions 
transferred to Criminal Division, Justice Department.

International.  See also other part of title

International Activities, Office of  Renamed Office of Service and 
Protocol by Smithsonian Institution Secretary's internal directive of 
Jan. 11, 1985.

International Development, Agency for  Transferred from State Department 
to U.S. International Development Cooperation Agency by Reorg. Plan No. 
2 of 1979, effective Oct. 1, 1979. Continued as agency within IDCA by 
IDCA Delegation of Authority No. 1 of Oct. 1, 1979.

Investigation, Bureau of  Established by act of May 22, 1908 (35 Stat. 
235). Functions consolidated with investigative functions of Bureau of 
Prohibition, Division of Investigation, Justice Department, by EO 6166 
of June 10, 1933, effective Mar. 2, 1934.

Investigation, Division of  Designated as Federal Bureau of 
Investigation in Justice Department by act of Mar. 22, 1935 (49 Stat. 
77).

Investigation and Research, Board of  Established by act of Sept. 18, 
1940 (54 Stat. 952). Extended to Sept. 18, 1944, by Proc. 2559 of June 
26, 1942.

Investigations, Division of  Established by administrative order of Apr. 
27, 1933. Abolished Jan. 17, 1942, by administrative order and functions 
transferred to Branch of Field Examination, General Land Office, 
Interior Department.

Investments, Office of Foreign Direct  Established in Commerce 
Department Jan. 2, 1968, by Departmental Organization Order 25-3 to 
carry out provisions of EO 11387 of Jan. 1, 1968. Controls on foreign 
investments terminated Jan. 29, 1974.

Jamestown-Williamsburg-Yorktown National Celebration Commission  
Established by act of Aug. 13, 1953 (67 Stat. 576). Terminated upon 
submission of final report to Congress Mar. 1, 1958.

Joint.  See also other part of title

Joint Resolutions of Congress  See State Department

Judicial Procedure, Commission on International Rules of  Established by 
act of Sept. 2, 1958 (72 Stat. 1743). Terminated Dec. 31, 1966, by act 
of Aug. 30, 1964 (78 Stat. 700).

Justice Assistance, Research, and Statistics, Office of  Established in 
Justice Department by act of Dec. 27, 1979 (93 Stat. 1201). Abolished by 
act of Oct. 12, 1984 (98 Stat. 2091).

Kennedy, Commission To Report Upon the Assassination of President John 
F.  Established by EO 11130 of Nov. 29, 1963. Report submitted Sept. 24, 
1964, and Commission discharged by Presidential letter of same date.

Labor, President's Committee on Migratory  Appointed by Presidential 
letter of Aug. 26, 1954. Formally established by EO 10894 of Nov. 15, 
1960. Terminated Jan. 6, 1964, by Labor Secretary in letter to members, 
with approval of President.

Labor and Commerce, Department of  Established by act of Feb. 14, 1903 
(32 Stat. 825). Reorganized into separate Departments of Labor and 
Commerce by act of Mar. 4, 1913 (37 Stat. 736).

Labor Department, Solicitor for  Transferred from Justice Department to 
Labor Department by EO 6166 of June 10, 1933.

Labor-Management Advisory Committee  Established by EO 11695 of Jan. 11, 
1973. Abolished by EO 11788 of June 18, 1974.

Labor-Management Policy, President's Advisory Committee on  Established 
by EO 10918 of Feb. 16, 1961. Abolished by EO 11710 of Apr. 4, 1973.

Labor-Management Relations Services, Office of  Established by Labor 
Secretary's Order 3-84 of May 3, 1984. Renamed Bureau of Labor-
Management Relations and Cooperative Programs by Secretarial Order 7-84 
of Sept. 20, 1984 (49 FR 38374).

Labor-Management Services Administration  Office of Pension and Welfare 
Benefit Programs transferred from Administration and constituted as 
separate unit by Labor Secretary's Order 1-84 of Jan. 20, 1984 (49 FR 
4269). Remaining labor-management relations functions reassigned by 
Labor Secretary's Order 3-84 of May 3, 1984.

Labor Organization, International  Established in 1919 by Treaty of 
Versailles with U.S. joining in 1934. U.S. membership terminated Nov. 1, 
1977, at President's direction.

Labor Relations Council, Federal  Established by EO 11491 of Oct. 29, 
1969. Abolished by Reorg. Plan No. 2 of 1978, effective Jan. 1, 1979, 
and functions transferred to Federal Labor Relations Authority.

Labor Standards, Apprenticeship Section, Division of  Transferred to 
Federal Security Agency by EO 9139 of Apr. 18, 1942, functioning as 
Apprentice Training Service. Transferred to War Manpower Commission by 
EO 9247 of Sept. 17, 1942, functioning in Bureau of Training. Returned 
to Labor Department by EO 9617 of Sept. 19, 1945.

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Labor Standards, Bureau of  Established by Labor departmental order in 
1934. Functions absorbed by Occupational Safety and Health 
Administration in May 1971.

Land Bank Commissioner  See Farm Loan Board, Federal

Land Law Review Commission, Public  Established by act of Sept. 19, 1964 
(78 Stat. 982). Terminated Dec. 31, 1970, pursuant to terms of act.

Land Office, General  Consolidated with Grazing Service into Bureau of 
Land Management, Interior Department, by Reorg. Plan No. 3 of 1946, 
effective July 16, 1946.

Land Office, Office of Recorder of the General  Created in Interior 
Department by act of July 4, 1836 (5 Stat. 111). Abolished by Reorg. 
Plan No. III of 1940, effective June 30, 1940, and functions transferred 
to General Land Office.

Land Policy Section  Established in 1934 as part of Program Planning 
Division, Agricultural Adjustment Administration. Personnel taken over 
by Resettlement Administration in 1935.

Land Problems, Committee on National  Established by EO 6693 of Apr. 28, 
1934. Abolished by EO 6777 of June 30, 1934.

Land Program, Director of  Basis of program found in act of June 16, 
1933 (48 Stat. 200). Special Board of Public Works established by EO 
6174 of June 16, 1933. Land Program established by Board by resolution 
passed Dec. 28, 1933, and amended July 18, 1934. Federal Emergency 
Relief Administration designated to administer program Feb. 28, 1934. 
Land Program transferred to Resettlement Administration by EO 7028 of 
Apr. 30, 1935. Functions of Administration transferred to Agriculture 
Secretary by EO 7530 of Dec. 31, 1936. Land conservation and land-
utilization programs administered by Administration transferred to 
Bureau of Agricultural Economics by Secretary's Memorandum 733. 
Administration of land programs placed under Soil Conservation Service 
by Secretary's Memorandum 785 of Oct. 6, 1938.

Land Use Coordination, Office of  Established by Agriculture Secretary's 
Memorandum 725 of July 12, 1937. Abolished Jan. 1, 1944, by General 
Departmental Circular 21 and functions administered by Land Use 
Coordinator.

Land Use and Water Planning, Office of  Established in Interior 
Department by Secretarial Order No. 2953 of May 7, 1973. Abolished by 
Secretarial Order No. 2988 of Mar. 11, 1976.

Law Enforcement Assistance Administration  Established by act of June 
19, 1968 (82 Stat. 197). Operations closed out by Justice Department due 
to lack of appropriations and remaining functions transferred to Office 
of Justice Assistance, Research, and Statistics.

Law Enforcement Training Center, Consolidated Federal  Renamed Federal 
Law Enforcement Training Center by Amendment No. 1 of Aug. 14, 1975, to 
Treasury Department Order 217 (Revision 1).

Legislative Affairs, Office of  Renamed Office of Intergovernmental and 
Legislative Affairs Feb. 24, 1984, by Attorney General's Order 1054-84 
(49 FR 10177).

Lend-Lease Administration, Office of  Established by EO 8926 of Oct. 28, 
1941, to replace Division of Defense Aid Reports. Consolidated with 
Foreign Economic Administration by EO 9380 of Sept. 25, 1943.

Lewis and Clark Trail Commission  Established by act of Oct. 6, 1964 (78 
Stat. 1005). Terminated October 1969 by terms of act.

Lighthouses, Bureau of  Established in Commerce Department by act of 
Aug. 7, 1789 (1 Stat. 53). Consolidated with U.S. Coast Guard by Reorg. 
Plan No. II of 1939, effective July 1, 1939.

Lincoln Sesquicentennial Commission  Established by joint resolution of 
Sept. 2, 1957 (71 Stat. 587). Terminated Mar. 1, 1960, pursuant to terms 
of joint resolution.

Liquidation, Director of  Established in Office for Emergency Management 
by EO 9674 of Jan. 4, 1946. Terminated by EO 9744 of June 27, 1946.

Liquidation Advisory Committee  Established by EO 9674 of Jan. 4, 1946. 
Terminated by EO 9744 of June 27, 1946.

Loan Agency, Federal  Established by Reorg. Plan No. I of 1939, 
effective July 1, 1939, by consolidating Reconstruction Finance 
Corporation--including subordinate units of RFC Mortgage Company, 
Disaster Loan Corporation, Federal National Mortgage Association, 
Defense Plant Corporation, Defense Homes Corporation, Defense Supplies 
Corporation, Rubber Reserve Company, Metals Reserve Company, and War 
Insurance Corporation (later known as War Damage Corporation)--with 
Federal Home Loan Bank Board, Home Owners' Loan Corporation, Federal 
Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, Federal Housing Administration, 
Electric Home and Farm Authority, and Export-Import Bank of Washington. 
Federal Home Loan Bank Board, Federal Savings and Loan Insurance 
Corporation, Home Owners' Loan Corporation, Federal Housing 
Administration, and Defense Homes Corporation transferred to National 
Housing Agency by EO 9070 of Feb. 24, 1942. Reconstruction Finance 
Corporation and its units (except Defense Homes Corporation), Electric 
Home and Farm Authority, and Export-Import Bank of Washington 
transferred to Commerce Department by EO 9071 of Feb. 24, 1942. RFC and 
units returned to Federal Loan Agency by act of Feb. 24, 1945 (59 Stat. 
5). Agency abolished by act of June 30, 1947 (61 Stat. 202), and all 
property and records transferred to Reconstruction Finance Corporation.

Loan Fund, Development  Established in International Cooperation 
Administration by act of Aug. 14, 1957 (71 Stat. 355). Created as 
independent corporate agency by act of June 30, 1958 (72 Stat. 261). 
Abolished by act of Sept. 4, 

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1961 (75 Stat. 445), and functions redelegated to Agency for 
International Development.

Loan Policy Board  Established by act of July 18, 1958 (72 Stat. 385). 
Abolished by Reorg. Plan No. 4 of 1965, effective July 27, 1965, and 
functions transferred to Small Business Administration.

Longshoremen's Labor Board, National  Established in Labor Department by 
EO 6748 of June 26, 1934. Terminated by Proc. 2120 of Mar. 11, 1935.

Low-Emission Vehicle Certification Board  Established by act of Dec. 31, 
1970 (84 Stat. 1701). Terminated by act of Mar. 14, 1980 (94 Stat. 98).

Lowell Historic Canal District Commission  Established by act of Jan. 4, 
1975 (88 Stat. 2330). Expired January 1977 pursuant to terms of act.

Loyalty Review Board  Established Nov. 10, 1947, by U.S. Civil Service 
Commission, pursuant to EO 9835 of Mar. 21, 1947. Abolished by EO 10450 
of Apr. 27, 1953.

Management Improvement, Advisory Committee on  Established by EO 10072 
of July 29, 1949. Abolished by EO 10917 of Feb. 10, 1961, and functions 
transferred to Bureau of the Budget.

Management Improvement, President's Advisory Council on  Established by 
EO 11509 of Feb. 11, 1970. Inactive as of June 30, 1973.

Manpower, President's Committee on  Established by EO 11152 of Apr. 15, 
1964. Terminated by EO 11515 of Mar. 13, 1970.

Manpower Administration  Renamed Employment and Training Administration 
by Labor Secretary's Order 14-75 of Nov. 12, 1975.

Manpower Management, Office of Civilian  Renamed Office of Civilian 
Personnel by Navy Secretary's Notice 5430 of Oct. 1, 1976.

Marine Affairs, Office of  Established by Interior Secretary Apr. 30, 
1970, to replace Office of Marine Resources, created by Secretary Oct. 
22, 1968. Abolished by Secretary Dec. 4, 1970.

Marine Corps Memorial Commission, U.S.  Established by act of Aug. 24, 
1947 (61 Stat. 724). Terminated by act of Mar. 14, 1980 (94 Stat. 98).

Marine Inspection and Navigation, Bureau of  See Navigation and 
Steamboat Inspection, Bureau of

Marine Resources and Engineering Development, National Council on  
Established in Executive Office of the President by act of June 17, 1966 
(80 Stat. 203). Terminated Apr. 30, 1971, due to lack of funding.

Maritime Administration  Established in Commerce Department by Reorg. 
Plan No. 21 of 1950, effective May 24, 1950. Transferred to 
Transportation Department by act of Aug. 6, 1981 (95 Stat. 151).

Maritime Advisory Committee  Established by EO 11156 of June 17, 1964. 
Terminated by EO 11427 of Sept. 4, 1968.

Maritime Board, Federal  See Maritime Commission, U.S.

Maritime Commission, U.S.  Established by act of June 29, 1936 (49 Stat. 
1985), as successor agency to U.S. Shipping Board and U.S. Shipping 
Board Merchant Fleet Corporation. Training functions transferred to 
Commandant of Coast Guard by EO 9083 of Feb. 27, 1942. Functions further 
transferred to War Shipping Administration by EO 9198 of July 11, 1942. 
Abolished by Reorg. Plan No. 21 of 1950, effective May 24, 1950, which 
established Federal Maritime Board and Maritime Administration as 
successor agencies. Board abolished, regulatory functions transferred to 
Federal Maritime Commission, and functions relating to subsidization of 
merchant marine transferred to Commerce Secretary by Reorg. Plan No. 7 
of 1961, effective Aug. 12, 1961.

Maritime Labor Board  Authorized by act of June 23, 1938 (52 Stat. 968). 
Mediatory duties abolished by act of June 23, 1941 (55 Stat. 259); title 
expired June 22, 1942.

Marketing Administration, Surplus  Established by Reorg. Plan No. III of 
1940, effective June 30, 1940, consolidating functions vested in Federal 
Surplus Commodities Corporation and Division of Marketing and Marketing 
Agreements, Agricultural Adjustment Administration. Consolidated with 
other agencies into Agricultural Marketing Administration by EO 9069 of 
Feb. 23, 1942.

Marketing and Marketing Agreements, Division of  Established in 
Agriculture Department by act of June 3, 1937 (50 Stat. 246). 
Consolidated with Federal Surplus Commodities Corporation into Surplus 
Marketing Administration by Reorg. Plan No. III of 1940, effective June 
30, 1940.

Mediation, U.S. Board of  Established by act of May 20, 1926 (44 Stat. 
577). Abolished by act of June 21, 1934 (48 Stat. 1193), and superseded 
by National Mediation Board, July 21, 1934.

Medical Information Systems Program Office, Tri-Service  Renamed Defense 
Medical Systems Support Center by memorandum of Assistant Defense 
Secretary (Health Affairs) May 3, 1985.

Medical Services Administration  Established by Health, Education, and 
Welfare Secretary's reorganization of Aug. 15, 1967. Transferred from 
Social and Rehabilitation Service to Health Care Financing 
Administration by Secretary's reorganization of Mar. 8, 1977 (42 FR 
13262).

Medicine and Surgery, Department of  Established in the Veterans 
Administration by act of Sept. 2, 1958 (72 Stat. 1243). Renamed Veterans 
Health Services and Research Administration in the Veterans Affairs 
Department by act of Oct. 25, 1988 (102 Stat. 2640). Renamed Veterans 
Health Administration by act of May 7, 1991 (105 Stat. 187).

Memorial Commission, National  Established by Public Resolution 107 of 
Mar. 4, 1929 (45 Stat. 1699). Terminated by EO 6166 of June 10, 1933, 
and functions transferred to Office of National Parks, Buildings, and 
Reservations, Interior Department.

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Mental Health, National Institute of  Established by act of July 3, 1946 
(60 Stat. 425). Made entity within the Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental 
Health Administration by act of May 14, 1974 (88 Stat. 135). Functions 
transferred to Health and Human Services Department by act of Oct. 17, 
1979 (93 Stat. 695). (See also act of Oct. 27, 1986; 100 Stat. 3207-
106.) Abolished by act of July 10, 1992 (106 Stat. 331). Reestablished 
by act of July 10, 1992 (106 Stat. 364).

Metals Reserve Company  Established June 28, 1940, by act of Jan. 22, 
1932 (47 Stat. 5). Transferred from Federal Loan Agency to Commerce 
Department by EO 9071 of Feb. 24, 1942. Returned to Federal Loan Agency 
by act of Feb. 24, 1945 (59 Stat. 5). Dissolved by act of June 30, 1945 
(59 Stat. 310), and functions transferred to Reconstruction Finance 
Corporation.

Metric Board, U.S.  Established by act of Dec. 23, 1975 (89 Stat. 1007). 
Terminated Oct. 1, 1982, due to lack of funding.

Mexican-American Affairs, Interagency Committee on  Established by 
Presidential memorandum of June 9, 1967. Renamed Cabinet Committee on 
Opportunities for Spanish-Speaking People by act of Dec. 30, 1969 (83 
Stat. 838). Terminated Dec. 30, 1974, pursuant to terms of act.

Mexican Claims Commission, American  Established by act of Dec. 18, 1942 
(56 Stat. 1058). Terminated Apr. 4, 1947, by act of Apr. 3, 1945 (59 
Stat. 59).

Mexican Claims Commission, Special  Established by act of Apr. 10, 1935 
(49 Stat. 149). Terminated by EO 7909 of June 15, 1938.

Mexico Commission for Border Development and Friendship, U.S.-  
Established through exchange of notes of Nov. 30 and Dec. 3, 1966, 
between U.S. and Mexico. Terminated Nov. 5, 1969.

Micronesian Claims Commission  Established by act of July 1, 1971 (85 
Stat. 92). Terminated Aug. 3, 1976, pursuant to terms of act.

Migration, Intergovernmental Committee for European  Renamed 
Intergovernmental Committee for Migration by Resolution 624, passed by 
Intergovernmental Committee for European Migration Council, effective 
Nov. 11, 1980.

Migration, International Committee for  Created in 1951. Renamed 
International Organization for Migration pursuant to article 29, 
paragraph 2, of the ICM constitution, effective Nov. 14, 1989.

Migratory Bird Conservation Commission  Chairmanship transferred from 
Agriculture Secretary to Interior Secretary by Reorg. Plan No. II of 
1939, effective July 1, 1939.

Military Air Transport Service  Renamed Military Airlift Command in U.S. 
Air Force by HQ MATS/MAC Special Order G-164 of Jan. 1, 1966.

Military Appeals, United States Court of  Established under Article I of 
the Constitution of the United States pursuant to act of May 5, 1950, as 
amended. Renamed United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces by 
act of Oct. 5, 1994 (108 Stat. 2831).

Military Establishment, National  Established as executive department of 
the Government by act of July 26, 1947 (61 Stat. 495). Designated 
Department of Defense by act of Aug. 10, 1949 (63 Stat. 579).

Military Purchases, Interdepartmental Committee for Coordination of 
Foreign and Domestic  Informal liaison committee created on Presidential 
notification of Dec. 6, 1939, to Treasury and War Secretaries and Acting 
Navy Secretary. Committee dissolved in accordance with Presidential 
letter to Treasury Secretary Apr. 14, 1941, following approval of act of 
Mar. 11, 1941 (55 Stat. 31).

Military Renegotiation Policy and Review Board  Established by directive 
of Defense Secretary July 19, 1948. Abolished by Defense Secretary's 
letter of Jan. 18, 1952, which transferred functions to Renegotiation 
Board.

Military Sea Transportation Service  Renamed Military Sealift Command in 
U.S. Navy by COMSC notice of Aug. 1, 1970.

Militia Bureau  Established in 1908 as Division of Militia Affairs, 
Office of War Secretary. Superseded in 1933 by National Guard Bureau.

Mine Health and Safety Academy, National  Transferred from Interior 
Department to Labor Department by act of July 25, 1979 (93 Stat. 111).

Minerals Exploration, Office of  Established by act of Aug. 21, 1958 (72 
Stat. 700). Functions transferred to Geological Survey by Interior 
Secretary's Order 2886 of Feb. 26, 1965.

Minerals Mobilization, Office of  Established by Interior Secretary 
pursuant to act of Sept. 8, 1950 (64 Stat. 798) and EO 10574 of Nov. 5, 
1954, and by order of Office of Defense Mobilization. Succeeded by 
Office of Minerals and Solid Fuels Nov. 2, 1962. Office of Minerals 
Policy Development combined with Office of Research and Development in 
Interior Department May 21, 1976, under authority of Reorg. Plan No. 3 
of 1950, to form Office of Minerals Policy and Research Analysis. 
Abolished Sept. 30, 1981, by Secretarial Order 3070 and functions 
transferred to Bureau of Mines.

Minerals Policy and Research Analysis, Office of  See Minerals 
Mobilization, Office of

Minerals and Solid Fuels, Office of  Established by Interior Secretary 
Oct. 26, 1962. Abolished and functions assigned to Deputy Assistant 
Secretary--Minerals and Energy Policy, Office of the Assistant 
Secretary--Mineral Resources, effective Oct. 22, 1971.

Mines, Bureau of  Established in Interior Department by act of May 16, 
1910 (36 Stat. 369). Transferred to Commerce Department by EO 4239 of 
June 4, 1925. Transferred to Interior Department by EO 6611 of Feb. 22, 
1934. Renamed United States Bureau of Mines by act of May 18, 1992 (106 
Stat. 172).

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Mining Enforcement and Safety Administration  Established by Interior 
Secretary's Order 2953 of May 7, 1973. Terminated by departmental 
directive Mar. 9, 1978, and functions transferred to Mine Safety and 
Health Administration, Labor Department, established by act of Nov. 9, 
1977 (91 Stat. 1319).

Minority Business Enterprise, Office of  Renamed Minority Business 
Development Agency by Commerce Secretarial Order DOO-254A of Nov. 1, 
1979.

Mint, Bureau of the  Renamed U.S. Mint by Treasury Secretarial order of 
Jan. 9, 1984 (49 FR 5020).

Missile Sites Labor Commission  Established by EO 10946 of May 26, 1961. 
Abolished by EO 11374 of Oct. 11, 1967, and functions transferred to 
Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service.

Missouri Basin Survey Commission  Established by EO 10318 of Jan. 3, 
1952. Final report of Commission submitted to President Jan. 12, 1953, 
pursuant to EO 10329 of Feb. 25, 1952.

Missouri River Basin Commission  Established by EO 11658 of Mar. 22, 
1972. Terminated by EO 12319 of Sept. 9, 1981.

Mobilization, Office of Civil and Defense  See Mobilization, Office of 
Defense and Civilian

Mobilization, Office of Defense and Civilian  Established by Reorg. Plan 
No. 1 of 1958, effective July 1, 1958. Redesignated as Office of Civil 
and Defense Mobilization by act of Aug. 26, 1958 (72 Stat. 861), 
consolidating functions of Office of Defense Mobilization and Federal 
Civil Defense Administration. Civil defense functions transferred to 
Defense Secretary by EO 10952 of July 20, 1961, and remaining 
organization redesignated Office of Emergency Planning by act of Sept. 
22, 1961 (75 Stat. 630).

Mobilization Policy, National Advisory Board on  Established by EO 10224 
of Mar. 15, 1951. EO 10224 revoked by EO 10773 of July 1, 1958.

Monetary and Financial Problems, National Advisory Council on 
International  Established by act of July 31, 1945 (59 Stat. 512). 
Abolished by Reorg. Plan No. 4 of 1965, effective July 27, 1965, and 
functions transferred to President. Functions assumed by National 
Advisory Council on International Monetary and Financial Policies, 
established by EO 11269 of Feb. 14, 1966.

Monument Commission, National  Established by act of Aug. 31, 1954 (68 
Stat. 1029). Final report submitted in 1957, and audit of business 
completed September 1964.

Monuments in War Areas, American Commission for the Protection and 
Salvage of Artistic and Historic  Established by President June 23, 
1943; announced by Secretary of State Aug. 20, 1943. Activities assumed 
by State Department Aug. 16, 1946.

Mortgage Association, Federal National  Chartered Feb. 10, 1938, by act 
of June 27, 1934 (48 Stat. 1246). Grouped with other agencies to form 
Federal Loan Agency by Reorg. Plan No. I of 1939, effective July 1, 
1939. Transferred to Commerce Department by EO 9071 of Feb. 24, 1942. 
Returned to Federal Loan Agency by act of Feb. 24, 1945 (59 Stat. 5). 
Transferred to Housing and Home Finance Agency by Reorg. Plan No. 22 of 
1950, effective July 10, 1950. Rechartered by act of Aug. 2, 1954 (68 
Stat. 590) and made constituent agency of Housing and Home Finance 
Agency. Transferred with functions of Housing and Home Finance Agency to 
Housing and Urban Development Department by act of Sept. 9, 1965 (79 
Stat. 667). Made Government-sponsored, private corporation by act of 
Aug. 1, 1968 (82 Stat. 536).

Motor Carrier Claims Commission  Established by act of July 2, 1948 (62 
Stat. 1222). Terminated Dec. 31, 1952, by acts of July 11, 1951 (65 
Stat. 116), and Mar. 14, 1952 (66 Stat. 25).

Mount Rushmore National Memorial Commission  Established by act of Feb. 
25, 1929 (45 Stat. 1300). Expenditures ordered administered by Interior 
Department by EO 6166 of June 10, 1933. Transferred to National Park 
Service, Interior Department, by Reorg. Plan No. II of 1939, effective 
July 1, 1939.

Munitions Board  Established in Defense Department by act of July 26, 
1947 (61 Stat. 499). Abolished by Reorg. Plan No. 6 of 1953, effective 
June 30, 1953, and functions vested in Defense Secretary.

Munitions Board, Joint Army and Navy  Organized in 1922. Placed under 
direction of President by military order of July 5, 1939. Reconstituted 
Aug. 18, 1945, by order approved by President. Terminated on 
establishment of Munitions Board by act of July 26, 1947 (61 Stat. 505).

Museum of History and Technology, National  Renamed National Museum of 
American History in Smithsonian Institution by act of Oct. 13, 1980 (94 
Stat. 1884).

Museum Services, Institute of  Established by act of June 23, 1972 (86 
Stat. 327). Transferred to Office of Educational Research and 
Improvement, Education Department, by act of Oct. 17, 1979 (93 Stat. 
678), effective May 4, 1980. Transferred to National Foundation on the 
Arts and the Humanities by act of Dec. 23, 1981 (95 Stat. 1414).

Narcotics, Bureau of  Established in Treasury Department by act of June 
14, 1930 (46 Stat. 585). Abolished by Reorg. Plan No. 1 of 1968, 
effective Apr. 8, 1968, and functions transferred to Bureau of Narcotics 
and Dangerous Drugs, Justice Department.

Narcotics Control, Cabinet Committee on International  Established by 
Presidential memorandum of Aug. 17, 1971. Terminated by Presidential 
memorandum of Mar. 14, 1977.

National.  See other part of title

Naval Material, Office of  Established by act of Mar. 5, 1948 (62 Stat. 
68). Abolished by Defense Department reorg. order of Mar. 9, 1966, and 
functions transferred to Navy Secretary (31 FR 7188).

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Naval Material Command  See Naval Material Support Establishment

Naval Material Support Establishment  Established by Navy Department 
General Order 5 of July 1, 1963 (28 FR 7037). Replaced by Naval Material 
Command pursuant to General Order 5 of Apr. 29, 1966 (31 FR 7188). 
Functions realigned to form Office of Naval Acquisition Support, and 
termination of Command effective May 6, 1985.

Naval Observatory  Jurisdiction transferred from Bureau of Navigation to 
Chief of Naval Operations by EO 9126 of Apr. 8, 1942, and by Reorg. Plan 
No. 3 of 1946, effective July 16, 1946.

Naval Oceanography Command  Renamed Naval Meteorology and Oceanography 
Command in 1995.

Naval Petroleum and Oil Shale Reserves, Office of  Established by Navy 
Secretary, as required by law (70A Stat. 457). Jurisdiction transferred 
to Energy Department by act of Aug. 4, 1977 (91 Stat. 581).

Naval Weapons, Bureau of  Established by act of Aug. 18, 1959 (73 Stat. 
395), to replace Bureau of Ordnance and Aeronautics. Abolished by 
Defense Department reorg. order of Mar. 9, 1966, and functions 
transferred to Navy Secretary (31 FR 7188), effective May 1, 1966.

Navigation, Bureau of  Created by act of July 5, 1884 (23 Stat. 118), as 
special service under Treasury Department. Transferred to Department of 
Commerce and Labor by act of Feb. 4, 1903 (32 Stat. 825). Consolidated 
with Bureau of Navigation and Steamboat Inspection by act of June 30, 
1932 (47 Stat. 415).

Navigation, Bureau of  Renamed Bureau of Naval Personnel by act of May 
13, 1942 (56 Stat. 276).

Navigation and Steamboat Inspection, Bureau of  Renamed Bureau of Marine 
Inspection and Navigation by act of May 27, 1936 (49 Stat. 1380). 
Functions transferred to Bureau of Customs, Treasury Department, and 
U.S. Coast Guard by EO 9083 of Feb. 28, 1942. Transfer made permanent 
and Bureau abolished by Reorg. Plan. No. 3 of 1946, effective July 16, 
1946.

Navy Commissioners, Board of  Established by act of Feb. 7, 1815 (3 
Stat. 202). Abolished by act of Aug. 31, 1842 (5 Stat. 579).

Navy Department  Defense housing functions transferred to Federal Public 
Housing Authority, National Housing Agency, by EO 9070 of Feb. 24, 1942.

Neighborhoods, National Commission on  Established by act of Apr. 30, 
1977 (91 Stat. 56). Terminated May 4, 1979, pursuant to terms of act.

Neighborhoods, Voluntary Associations and Consumer Protection, Office of 
  Abolished and certain functions transferred to Office of the Assistant 
Secretary for Housing--Federal Housing Commissioner and Office of the 
Assistant Secretary for Community Planning and Development. Primary 
enabling legislation, act of Oct. 31, 1978 (92 Stat. 2119), repealed by 
act of Aug. 13, 1981 (95 Stat. 398). Abolishment of Office and transfer 
of functions carried out by Housing and Urban Development Secretarial 
order.

New England River Basins Commission  Established by EO 11371 of Sept. 6, 
1967. Terminated by EO 12319 of Sept. 9, 1981.

Nicaro Project  Responsibility for management of Nicaro nickel producing 
facilities in Oriente Province, Cuba, transferred from Office of Special 
Assistant to the Administrator (Nicaro Project) to Defense Materials 
Service by General Services Administrator, effective July 7, 1959. 
Facilities expropriated by Cuban Government and nationalized Oct. 26, 
1960.

Northern Mariana Islands Commission on Federal Laws  Created by joint 
resolution of Mar. 24, 1976 (90 Stat. 263). Terminated upon submission 
of final report in August 1985.

Nursing Research, National Center for  Renamed National Institute of 
Nursing Research by act of June 10, 1993 (107 Stat. 178).

Nutrition Division  Functions transferred from Health, Education, and 
Welfare Department to Agriculture Department by EO 9310 of Mar. 3, 1943.

Ocean Mining Administration  Established by Interior Secretarial Order 
2971 of Feb. 24, 1975. Abolished by Department Manual Release 2273 of 
June 13, 1980.

Oceanography, Interagency Committee on  Established by Federal Council 
for Science and Technology pursuant to EO 10807 of Mar. 13, 1959. 
Absorbed by National Council on Marine Resources and Engineering 
Development pursuant to Vice Presidential letter of July 21, 1967.

Office.  See also other part of title

Office Space, President's Advisory Commission on Presidential  
Established by act of Aug. 3, 1956 (70 Stat. 979). Terminated June 30, 
1957, by act of Jan. 25, 1957 (71 Stat. 4).

Official Register  Function of preparing Official Register vested in 
Director of the Census by act of Mar. 3, 1925 (43 Stat. 1105). Function 
transferred to U.S. Civil Service Commission by EO 6166 of June 10, 
1933. Yearly compilation and publication required by act of Aug. 28, 
1935 (49 Stat. 956). Act repealed by act of July 12, 1960 (74 Stat. 
427), and last Register published in 1959.

Ohio River Basin Commission  Established by EO 11578 of Jan. 13, 1971. 
Terminated by EO 12319 of Sept. 9, 1981.

Oil and Gas, Office of  Established by Interior Secretary May 6, 1946, 
in response to Presidential letter of May 3, 1946. Transferred to 
Federal Energy Administration by act of May 7, 1974 (88 Stat. 100).

Oil Import Administration  Established in Interior Department by Proc. 
3279 of Mar. 10, 1959. Merged into Office of Oil and Gas Oct. 22, 1971.

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Oil Import Appeals Board  Established by Commerce Secretary Mar. 13, 
1959, and made part of Office of Hearings and Appeals Dec. 23, 1971.

Operations Advisory Group  Established by EO 11905 of Feb. 18, 1976. 
Abolished by Presidential Directive No. 2 of Jan. 20, 1977.

Operations Coordinating Board  Established by EO 10483 of Sept. 2, 1953, 
which was superseded by EO 10700 of Feb. 25, 1957. EO 10700 revoked by 
EO 10920 of Feb. 18, 1961, and Board terminated.

Ordnance, Bureau of  See Ordnance and Hydrography, Bureau of

Ordnance and Hydrography, Bureau of  Established in Navy Department by 
act of Aug. 31, 1842 (5 Stat. 579). Replaced under act of July 5, 1862 
(12 Stat. 510), by Bureau of Ordnance and Bureau of Navigation. 
Abolished by act of Aug. 18, 1959 (73 Stat. 395), and functions 
transferred to Bureau of Naval Weapons.

Organization, President's Advisory Committee on Government  Established 
by EO 10432 of Jan. 24, 1953. Abolished by EO 10917 of Feb. 10, 1961, 
and functions transferred to Bureau of the Budget for termination.

Organizations Staff, International  Functions merged with Foreign 
Agricultural Service by Agriculture Secretary's memorandum of Dec. 7, 
1973, effective Feb. 3, 1974.

Overseas Private Investment Corporation  Transferred as separate agency 
to U.S. International Development Cooperation Agency by Reorg. Plan No. 
2 of 1979, effective Oct. 1, 1979.

Oversight Board (for the Resolution Trust Corporation)  Established by 
act of Aug. 9, 1989 (103 Stat. 363). Renamed Thrift Depositor Protection 
Oversight Board by act of Dec. 12, 1991 (105 Stat. 1767).

Pacific Northwest River Basins Commission  Established by EO 11331 of 
Mar. 6, 1967. Terminated by EO 12319 of Sept. 9, 1981.

Packers and Stockyards Administration  Established by Agriculture 
Secretary's Memorandum 1613, supp. 1, of May 8, 1967. Certain functions 
consolidated into Agricultural Marketing Service by Secretary's 
Memorandum 1927 of Jan. 15, 1978. Remaining functions incorporated into 
the Grain Inspection, Packers and Stockyards Administration by 
Secretary's Memorandum 1010-1 dated Oct. 20, 1994.

Panama Canal  Operation of piers at Atlantic and Pacific terminals 
transferred to Panama Railroad by EO 7021 of Apr. 19, 1935. Panama Canal 
reestablished as Canal Zone Government by act of Sept. 26, 1950 (64 
Stat. 1038).

Panama Canal Company  Established by act of June 29, 1948 (62 Stat. 
1076). Abolished and superseded by Panama Canal Commission (93 Stat. 
454).

Panama Railroad Company  Incorporated Apr. 7, 1849, by New York State 
Legislature. Operated under private control until 1881, when original 
French Canal Company acquired most of its stock. Company and its 
successor, New Panama Canal Company, operated railroad as common carrier 
and also as adjunct in attempts to construct canal. In 1904 their shares 
of stock in Panama Railroad Company passed to ownership of U.S. as part 
of assets of New Panama Canal Company purchased under act of June 28, 
1902 (34 Stat. 481). Remaining shares purchased from private owners in 
1905. Panama Railroad Company reincorporated by act of June 29, 1948 (62 
Stat. 1075) pursuant to requirements of act of Dec. 6, 1945 (59 Stat. 
597). Reestablished as Panama Canal Company by act of Sept. 26, 1950 (64 
Stat. 1038). Army Secretary directed to discontinue commercial 
operations of Company by Presidential letter of Mar. 29, 1961.

Paperwork, Commission on Federal  Established by act of Dec. 27, 1974 
(88 Stat. 1789). Terminated January 1978 pursuant to terms of act.

Park Service, National  Functions in District of Columbia relating to 
space assignment, site selection for public buildings, and determination 
of priority in construction transferred to Public Buildings 
Administration, Federal Works Agency, under Reorg. Plan No. I of 1939, 
effective July 1, 1939.

Park Trust Fund Board, National  Established by act of July 10, 1935 (49 
Stat. 477). Terminated by act of Dec. 18, 1967 (81 Stat. 656), and 
functions transferred to National Park Foundation.

Parks, Buildings, and Reservations, Office of National  Established in 
Interior Department by EO 6166 of June 10, 1933. Renamed National Park 
Service by act of Mar. 2, 1934 (48 Stat. 362).

Parole, Board of  Established by act of June 25, 1948 (62 Stat. 854). 
Abolished by act of Mar. 15, 1976 (90 Stat. 219), and functions 
transferred to U.S. Parole Commission.

Patent Office  Provisions of first patent act administered by State 
Department, with authority for granting patents vested in board 
comprising Secretaries of State and War and Attorney General. Board 
abolished, authority transferred to Secretary of State, and registration 
system established by act of Feb. 21, 1793 (1 Stat. 318). Office made 
bureau in State Department in October 1802, headed by Superintendent of 
Patents. Office reorganized in 1836 by act of June 4, 1836 (5 Stat. 117) 
under Commissioner of Patents. Office transferred to Interior Department 
in 1849. Office transferred to Commerce Department by EO 4175 of Mar. 
17, 1925.

Patents Board, Government  Established by EO 10096 of Jan. 23, 1950. 
Abolished by EO 10930 of Mar. 24, 1961, and functions transferred to 
Commerce Secretary.

Pay Board  Established by EO 11627 of Oct. 15, 1971. Abolished by EO 
11695 of Jan. 11, 1973.

Peace Corps  Established in State Department by EO 10924 of Mar. 1, 
1961, and continued by act of Sept. 22, 1961 (75 Stat. 612), and EO 
11041 of Aug. 6, 1962. Functions transferred to ACTION by Reorg. Plan 
No. 1 of 1971, effective July 1, 1971. Made independent agency in 
executive branch by act of Dec. 29, 1981 (95 Stat. 1540).

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Pennsylvania Avenue, Temporary Commission on  Established by EO 11210 of 
Mar. 25, 1956. Inactive as of Nov. 15, 1969, due to lack of funding.

Pension and Welfare Benefit Programs, Office of  See Labor-Management 
Services Administration

Pensions, Commissioner of  Provided for by act of Mar. 2, 1833 (4 Stat. 
668). Continued by act of Mar. 3, 1835 (4 Stat. 779), and other acts as 
Office of the Commissioner of Pensions. Transferred to Interior 
Department as bureau by act of Mar. 3, 1849 (9 Stat. 395). Consolidated 
with other bureaus and agencies into Veterans Administration by EO 5398 
of July 21, 1930.

Pensions, Office of the Commissioner of  See Pensions, Commissioner of

Perry's Victory Memorial Commission  Created by act of Mar. 3, 1919 (40 
Stat. 1322). Administration of Memorial transferred to National Park 
Service by act of June 2, 1936 (49 Stat. 1393). Commission terminated by 
terms of act and membership reconstituted as advisory board to Interior 
Secretary.

Personal Property, Office of  See Supply Service, Federal

Personnel, National Roster of Scientific and Specialized  Established by 
National Resources Planning Board pursuant to Presidential letter of 
June 18, 1940, to Treasury Secretary. After Aug. 15, 1940, administered 
jointly by Board and U.S. Civil Service Commission. Transferred to War 
Manpower Commission by EO 9139 of Apr. 18, 1942. Transferred to Labor 
Department by EO 9617 of Sept. 19, 1945. Transferred with Bureau of 
Employment Security to Federal Security Agency by act of June 16, 1948 
(62 Stat. 443). Transferred to Labor Department by Reorg. Plan No. 2 of 
1949, effective Aug. 20, 1949, and became inactive. Roster functions 
transferred to National Science Foundation by act of May 10, 1950 (64 
Stat. 154). Reactivated in 1950 as National Scientific Register by 
Office of Education, Federal Security Agency, through National Security 
Resources Board grant of funds, and continued by National Science 
Foundation funds until December 1952, when Register integrated into 
Foundation's National Register of Scientific and Technical Personnel 
project in Division of Scientific Personnel and Education.

Personnel Administration, Council of  Established by EO 7916 of June 24, 
1938, effective Feb. 1, 1939. Made unit in U.S. Civil Service Commission 
by EO 8467 of July 1, 1940. Renamed Federal Personnel Council by EO 9830 
of Feb. 24, 1947. Abolished by act of July 31, 1953 (67 Stat. 300), and 
personnel and records transferred to Office of Executive Director, U.S. 
Civil Service Commission.

Personnel Council, Federal  See Personnel Administration, Council of

Personnel Interchange, President's Commission on  Established by EO 
11451 of Jan. 19, 1969. Continued by EO 12136 of May 15, 1979, and 
renamed President's Commission on Executive Exchange. Continued by EO 
12493 of Dec. 5, 1984. Abolished by EO 12760 of May 2, 1991.

Personnel Management, Liaison Office for  Established by EO 8248 of 
Sept. 8, 1939. Abolished by EO 10452 of May 1, 1953, and functions 
transferred to U.S. Civil Service Commission.

Petroleum Administration for Defense  Established under act of Sept. 8, 
1950 (64 Stat. 798) by Interior Secretary's Order 2591 of Oct. 3, 1950, 
pursuant to EO 10161 of Sept. 9, 1950. Continued by Secretary's Order 
2614 of Jan. 25, 1951, pursuant to EO 10200 of Jan. 3, 1951, and PAD 
Delegation 1 of Jan. 24, 1951. Abolished by Secretary's Order 2755 of 
Apr. 23, 1954.

Petroleum Administration for War  See Petroleum Coordinator for War, 
Office of

Petroleum Administrative Board  Established Sept. 11, 1933, by Interior 
Secretary. Terminated Mar. 31, 1936, by EO 7076 of June 15, 1935. 
Interior Secretary authorized to execute functions vested in President 
by act of Feb. 22, 1935 (49 Stat. 30) by EO 7756 of Dec. 1, 1937. 
Secretary also authorized to establish Petroleum Conservation Division 
to assist in administering act. Records of Petroleum Administrative 
Board and Petroleum Labor Policy Board housed with Petroleum 
Conservation Division, Office of Oil and Gas, acting as custodian for 
Interior Secretary.

Petroleum Coordinator for War, Office of  Interior Secretary designated 
Petroleum Coordinator for National Defense by Presidential letter of May 
28, 1941, and approved Petroleum Coordinator for War by Presidential 
letter of Apr. 20, 1942. Office abolished by EO 9276 of Dec. 2, 1942, 
and functions transferred to Petroleum Administration for War, 
established by same EO. Administration terminated by EO 9718 of May 3, 
1946.

Petroleum Labor Policy Board  Established by Interior Secretary, as 
Administrator of Code of Fair Competition for Petroleum Industry, on 
recommendation of Planning and Coordination Committee Oct. 10, 1933. 
Reorganized by Secretary Dec. 19, 1933, and reorganization confirmed by 
order of Mar. 8, 1935. Terminated Mar. 31, 1936, when Petroleum 
Administrative Board abolished by EO 7076 of June 15, 1935.

Petroleum Reserves Corporation  Established June 30, 1943, by 
Reconstruction Finance Corporation. Transferred to Office of Economic 
Warfare by EO 9360 of July 15, 1943. Office consolidated into Foreign 
Economic Administration by EO 9380 of Sept. 25, 1943. Functions 
transferred to Reconstruction Finance Corporation by EO 9630 of Sept. 
27, 1945. RFC's charter amended Nov. 9, 1945, to change name to War 
Assets Corporation. Corporation designated by Surplus Property 
Administrator as disposal agency for all types of property for which 
Reconstruction Finance Corporation formerly disposal agency. Domestic 
surplus property functions of Corporation transferred to War Assets 
Administration by EO 9689 of Jan. 31, 1946. Reconstruction Finance 
Corporation Board of Directors ordered by President to dissolve War 
Assets Corporation as soon after Mar. 25, 1946, as practicable.

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Philippine Alien Property Administration  Established in Office for 
Emergency Management by EO 9789 of Oct. 14, 1946. Abolished by EO 10254 
of June 15, 1951, and functions transferred to Justice Department.

Philippine War Damage Commission  Established by act of Apr. 30, 1946 
(60 Stat. 128). Terminated Mar. 31, 1951, by act of Sept. 6, 1950 (64 
Stat. 712).

Physical Fitness, Committee on  Established in Office of Federal 
Security Administrator by EO 9338 of Apr. 29, 1943. Terminated June 30, 
1945.

Physical Fitness, President's Council on  See Youth Fitness, President's 
Council on

Planning Board, National  Established by Administrator of Public Works 
July 30, 1933. Terminated by EO 6777 of June 30, 1934.

Plant Industry, Bureau of  Established by act of Mar. 2, 1902 (31 Stat. 
922). Soil fertility and soil microbiology work of Bureau of Chemistry 
and Soils transferred to Bureau by act of May 17, 1935. Soil chemistry 
and physics and soil survey work of Bureau of Chemistry and Soils 
transferred to Bureau by Secretary's Memorandum 784 of Oct. 6, 1938. In 
February 1943 engineering research of Bureau of Agricultural Chemistry 
and Engineering transferred to Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils, and 
Agricultural Engineering by Research Administration Memorandum 5 issued 
pursuant to EO 9069 of Feb. 23, 1942, and in conformity with Secretary's 
Memorandums 960 and 986. Functions transferred to Agricultural Research 
Service by Secretary's Memorandum 1320, supp. 4, of Nov. 2, 1953.

Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering, Bureau of  See 
Plant Industry, Bureau of

Plant Quarantine, Bureau of  See Entomology and Plant Quarantine, Bureau 
of

Policy Development, Office of  See Domestic Council

Post Office Department  See Postal Service

Postal Savings System  Established by act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 
814). System closed by act of Mar. 28, 1966 (80 Stat. 92).

Postal Service  Created July 26, 1775, by Continental Congress. 
Temporarily established by Congress by act of Sept. 22, 1789 (1 Stat. 
70), and continued by subsequent acts. Post Office Department made 
executive department under act of June 8, 1872 (17 Stat. 283). Offices 
of First, Second, Third, and Fourth Assistant Postmasters General 
abolished and Deputy Postmaster General and four Assistant Postmasters 
General established by Reorg. Plan No. 3 of 1949, effective Aug. 20, 
1949. Reorganized as U.S. Postal Service in executive branch by act of 
Aug. 12, 1970 (84 Stat. 719), effective July 1, 1971.

Power Administration, Southeastern  Established by Interior Secretary in 
1943 to carry out functions under act of Dec. 22, 1944 (58 Stat. 890). 
Transferred to Energy Department by act of Aug. 4, 1977 (91 Stat. 578).

Power Administration, Southwestern  Established by Interior Secretary in 
1943 to carry out functions under act of Dec. 22, 1944 (58 Stat. 890). 
Transferred to Energy Department by act of Aug. 4, 1977 (91 Stat. 578).

Power Commission, Federal  Established by act of June 10, 1920 (41 Stat. 
1063). Terminated by act of Aug. 4, 1977 (91 Stat. 578), and functions 
transferred to Energy Department.

Preparedness, Office of  Renamed Federal Preparedness Agency by General 
Services Administrator's order of June 26, 1975.

Preparedness Agency, Federal  Functions transferred from General 
Services Administration to Federal Emergency Management Agency by EO 
12148 of July 20, 1979.

Presidential.  See other part of title

President's.  See other part of title

Press Intelligence, Division of  Established in August 1933. Made 
division of National Emergency Council July 10, 1935. Continued in 
Office of Government Reports by Reorg. Plan No. II of 1939, effective 
July 1, 1939. Transferred to Office of War Information by EO 9182 of 
June 13, 1942, functioning in Bureau of Special Services. Office 
abolished by EO 9608 of Aug. 31, 1945, and Bureau transferred to Bureau 
of the Budget. Upon reestablishment of Office of Government Reports, by 
EO 9809 of Dec. 12, 1946, Division of Press Intelligence made unit of 
Office.

Price Administration, Office of  Established by EO 8734 of Apr. 11, 
1941, combining Price Division and Consumer Division of National Defense 
Advisory Commission. Renamed Office of Price Administration by EO 8875 
of Aug. 28, 1941, which transferred Civilian Allocation Division to 
Office of Production Management. Consolidated with other agencies into 
Office of Temporary Controls by EO 9809 of Dec. 12, 1946, except 
Financial Reporting Division, transferred to Federal Trade Commission.

Price Commission  Established by EO 11627 of Oct. 15, 1971. Abolished by 
EO 11695 of Jan. 11, 1973.

Price Decontrol Board  Established by act of July 25, 1946 (60 Stat. 
669). Effective period of act of Jan. 30, 1942 (56 Stat. 23), extended 
to June 30, 1947, by joint resolution of June 25, 1946 (60 Stat. 664).

Price Stability for Economic Growth, Cabinet Committee on  Established 
by Presidential letter of Jan. 28, 1959. Abolished by Presidential 
direction Mar. 12, 1961.

Price Stabilization, Office of  Established by General Order 2 of 
Economic Stabilization Administrator Jan. 24, 1951. Director of Price 
Stabilization provided for in EO 10161 of Sept. 9, 1950. Terminated Apr. 
30, 1953, by EO 10434 of Feb. 6, 1953, and provisions of acts of June 
30, 

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1952 (66 Stat. 296) and June 30, 1953 (67 Stat. 131).

Prices and Costs, Committee on Government Activities Affecting  
Established by EO 10802 of Jan. 23, 1959. Abolished by EO 10928 of Mar. 
23, 1961.

Priorities Board  Established by order of Council of National Defense, 
approved Oct. 18, 1940, and by EO 8572 of Oct. 21, 1940. EO 8572 revoked 
by EO 8629 of Jan. 7, 1941.

Prison Industries, Inc., Federal  Established by EO 6917 of Dec. 11, 
1934. Transferred to Justice Department by Reorg. Plan No. II of 1939, 
effective July 1, 1939.

Prison Industries Reorganization Administration  Functioned from Sept. 
26, 1935, to Sept. 30, 1940, under authority of act of Apr. 8, 1935 (49 
Stat. 115), and of EO's 7194 of Sept. 26, 1935, 7202 of Sept. 28, 1935, 
and 7649 of June 29, 1937. Terminated due to lack of funding.

Private Sector Programs, Office of  Functions transferred to the Office 
of Citizen Exchanges within the Bureau of Educational and Cultural 
Affairs, USIA, by act of Feb. 16, 1990 (104 Stat. 56).

Processing tax  Agricultural Adjustment Administration's function of 
collecting taxes declared unconstitutional by U.S. Supreme Court Jan. 6, 
1936. Functions under acts of June 28, 1934 (48 Stat. 1275), Apr. 21, 
1934 (48 Stat. 598), and Aug. 24, 1935 (49 Stat. 750) discontinued by 
repeal of these laws by act of Feb. 10, 1936 (49 Stat. 1106).

Processing Tax Board of Review  Established in Treasury Department by 
act of June 22, (49 Stat. 1652). Abolished by act of Oct. 21, 1942 (56 
Stat. 967).

Proclamations  See State Department

Procurement, Commission on Government  Established by act of Nov. 26, 
1969 (83 Stat. 269). Terminated Apr. 30, 1973, due to expiration of 
statutory authority.

Procurement and Assignment Service  Established by President Oct. 30, 
1941. Transferred from Office of Defense Health and Welfare Services to 
War Manpower Commission by EO 9139 of Apr. 18, 1942. Transferred to 
Federal Security Agency by EO 9617 of Sept. 19, 1945, which terminated 
Commission.

Procurement Division  Established in Treasury Department by EO 6166 of 
June 10, 1933. Renamed Bureau of Federal Supply by Treasury Department 
Order 73 of Nov. 19, 1946, effective Jan. 1, 1947. Transferred to 
General Services Administration as Federal Supply Service by act of June 
30, 1949 (63 Stat. 380).

Procurement Policy, Office of Federal  Established within Office of 
Management and Budget by act of Aug. 30, 1974 (88 Stat. 97). Abolished 
due to lack of funding and functions transferred to Office of Management 
and Budget by act of Oct 28, 1993 (107 Stat. 1236).

Product Standards Policy, Office of  Formerly separate operating unit 
under Assistant Secretary for Productivity, Technology and Innovation, 
Commerce Department. Transferred to National Bureau of Standards by 
departmental reorganization order, effective Apr. 27, 1982.

Production Areas, Committee for Congested  Established in Executive 
Office of the President by EO 9327 of Apr. 7, 1943. Terminated Dec. 31, 
1944, by act of June 28, 1944 (58 Stat. 535).

Production Authority, National  Established in Commerce Department Sept. 
11, 1950, by EO's 10161 of Sept. 9, 1950, 10193 of Dec. 16, 1950, and 
10200 of Jan. 3, 1951. Abolished by Commerce Secretary's order of Oct. 
1, 1953, and functions merged into Business and Defense Services 
Administration.

Production Management, Office of  Established in Office for Emergency 
Management by EO 8629 of Jan. 7, 1941. Abolished by EO 9040 of Jan. 24, 
1942, and personnel and property transferred to War Production Board.

Production and Marketing Administration  Established by Agriculture 
Secretary's Memorandum 1118 of Aug. 18, 1945. Functions transferred 
under Department reorganization by Secretary's Memorandum 1320, supp. 4, 
of Nov. 2, 1953.

Productivity Council, National  Established by EO 12089 of Oct. 23, 
1978. EO 12089 revoked by EO 12379 of Aug. 17, 1982.

Programs, Bureau of International  Established by Commerce Secretary 
Aug. 8, 1961, by Departmental Orders 173 and 174. Abolished by 
Departmental Order 182 of Feb. 1, 1963, which established Bureau of 
International Commerce. Functions transferred to Domestic and 
International Business Administration, effective Nov. 17, 1972.

Prohibition, Bureau of  Established by act of May 27, 1930 (46 Stat. 
427). Investigative functions consolidated with functions of Bureau of 
Investigation into Division of Investigation, Justice Department, by EO 
6166 of June 10, 1933, which set as effective date Mar. 2, 1934, or such 
later date as fixed by President. All other functions performed by 
Bureau of Prohibition ordered transferred to such division in Justice 
Department as deemed desirable by Attorney General.

Property, Office of Surplus  Established in Procurement Division, 
Treasury Department, by EO 9425 of Feb. 19, 1944, and act of Oct. 3, 
1944 (58 Stat. 765), under general direction of Surplus Property Board 
established by same legislation. Transferred to Commerce Department by 
EO 9541 of Apr. 19, 1945. Terminated by EO 9643 of Oct. 19, 1945, and 
activities and personnel transferred to Reconstruction Finance 
Corporation.

Property Administration, Surplus  See War Property Administration, 
Surplus

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Property Board, Surplus  See War Property Administration, Surplus

Property Council, Federal  Established by EO 11724 of June 25, 1973, and 
reconstituted by EO 11954 of Jan. 7, 1977. Terminated by EO 12030 of 
Dec. 15, 1977.

Property Management and Disposal Service  See Emergency Procurement 
Service

Property Office, Surplus  Established in Division of Territories and 
Island Possessions, Interior Department, under Regulation 1 of Surplus 
Property Board, Apr. 2, 1945. Transferred to War Assets Administration 
by EO 9828 of Feb. 21, 1947.

Property Review Board  Established by EO 12348 of Feb. 25, 1982. EO 
12348 revoked by EO 12512 of Apr. 29, 1985.

Provisions and Clothing, Bureau of  Established by acts of Aug. 31, 1842 
(5 Stat. 579), and July 5, 1862 (12 Stat. 510). Designated Bureau of 
Supplies and Accounts by act of July 19, 1892 (27 Stat. 243). Abolished 
by Defense Department reorg. order of Mar. 9, 1966, and functions 
transferred to Navy Secretary (31 FR 7188).

Public.  See other part of title

Publications Commission, National Historical  Established by act of Oct. 
22, 1968 (82 Stat. 1293). Renamed National Historical Publications and 
Records Commission by act of Dec. 22, 1974 (88 Stat. 1734).

Puerto Rican Hurricane Relief Commission  Established by act of Dec. 21, 
1928 (45 Stat. 1067). No loans made after June 30, 1934, and Commission 
abolished June 3, 1935, by Public Resolution 22 (49 Stat. 320). 
Functions transferred to Division of Territories and Island Possessions, 
Interior Department. After June 30, 1946, collection work performed in 
Puerto Rico Reconstruction Administration. Following termination of 
Administration, remaining collection functions transferred to 
Agriculture Secretary by act of July 11, 1956 (70 Stat. 525).

Puerto Rico, U.S.-Puerto Rico Commission on the Status of  Established 
by act of Feb. 20, 1964 (78 Stat. 17). Terminated by terms of act.

Puerto Rico Reconstruction Administration  Established in Interior 
Department by EO 7057 of May 28, 1935. Terminated Feb. 15, 1955, by act 
of Aug. 15, 1953 (67 Stat. 584).

Radiation Biology Laboratory  See Radiation and Organisms, Division of

Radiation Council, Federal  Established by EO 10831 of Aug. 14, 1959, 
and act of Sept. 23, 1959 (73 Stat. 688). Abolished by Reorg. Plan No. 3 
of 1970, effective Dec. 2, 1970, and functions transferred to 
Environmental Protection Agency.

Radiation and Organisms, Division of  Established by Secretarial order 
of May 1, 1929, as part of Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory. 
Renamed Radiation Biology Laboratory by Secretarial order of Feb. 16, 
1965. Merged with Chesapeake Center for Environmental Studies by 
Secretarial order of July 1, 1983, to form Smithsonian Environmental 
Research Center.

Radio Commission, Federal  Established by act of Feb. 23, 1927 (44 Stat. 
1162). Abolished by act of June 19, 1934 (48 Stat. 1102), and functions 
transferred to Federal Communications Commission.

Radio Division  Established by National Emergency Council July 1, 1938. 
Transferred to Office of Education, Federal Security Agency, by Reorg. 
Plan No. II of 1939, effective July 1, 1939. Terminated June 30, 1940, 
by terms of act of June 30, 1939 (53 Stat. 927).

Radio Propagation Laboratory, Central  Transferred from National Bureau 
of Standards to Environmental Science Services Administration by 
Commerce Department Order 2-A, effective July 13, 1965.

Radiological Health, National Center for Devices and  Renamed Center for 
Devices and Radiological Health by Food and Drug Administration notice 
of Mar. 9, 1984 (49 FR 10166).

Rail Public Counsel, Office of  Established by act of Feb. 5, 1976 (90 
Stat. 51). Terminated Dec. 1, 1979, due to lack of funding.

Railroad Administration, U.S.  See Railroads, Director General of

Railroad and Airline Wage Board  Established by Economic Stabilization 
Administrator's General Order 7 of Sept. 27, 1951, pursuant to act of 
Sept. 8, 1950 (64 Stat. 816). Terminated Apr. 30, 1953, by EO 10434 of 
Feb. 6, 1953, and acts of June 30, 1952 (66 Stat. 296), and June 30, 
1953 (67 Stat. 131).

Railroads, Director General of  Established under authority of act of 
Aug. 29, 1916 (39 Stat. 645). Organization of U.S. Railroad 
Administration announced Feb. 9, 1918. Office abolished by Reorg. Plan 
No. II of 1939, effective July 1, 1939, and functions transferred to 
Treasury Secretary.

Railway Association, U.S.  Established by act of Jan. 2, 1974 (87 Stat. 
985). Terminated Apr. 1, 1987, by act of Oct. 21, 1986 (100 Stat. 1906).

Railway Labor Panel, National  Established by EO 9172 of May 22, 1942. 
EO 9172 revoked by EO 9883 of Aug. 11, 1947.

Real Estate Board, Federal  Established by EO 8034 of Jan. 14, 1939. 
Abolished by EO 10287 of Sept. 6, 1951.

Reclamation, Bureau of  See Reclamation Service

Reclamation Service  Established July 1902 in Geological Survey by 
Interior Secretary, pursuant to act of June 17, 1902 (32 Stat. 388). 
Separated from Survey in 1907 and renamed Bureau of Reclamation June 
1923. Power marketing functions transferred to Energy Department by act 
of Aug. 4, 1977 (91 Stat. 578). Bureau renamed Water and Power Resources 
Service by Secretarial Order 3042 of Nov. 6, 1979. Renamed Bureau of 
Reclamation by Secretarial Order 3064 of May 18, 1981.

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Reconciliation Service  Established by Director of Selective Service 
pursuant to EO 11804 of Sept. 16, 1974. Program terminated Apr. 2, 1980.

Reconstruction Finance Corporation  Established Feb. 2, 1932, by act of 
Jan. 22, 1932 (47 Stat. 5). Grouped with other agencies to form Federal 
Loan Agency by Reorg. Plan No. I of 1939, effective July 1, 1939. 
Transferred to Commerce Department by EO 9071 of Feb. 24, 1942. Returned 
to Federal Loan Agency by act of Feb. 24, 1945 (59 Stat. 5). Agency 
abolished by act of June 30, 1947 (61 Stat. 202), and functions assumed 
by Corporation. Functions relating to financing houses or site 
improvements, authorized by act of Aug. 10, 1948 (61 Stat. 1275), 
transferred to Housing and Home Finance Agency by Reorg. Plan No. 23 of 
1950, effective July 10, 1950. Corporation Board of Directors, 
established by act of Jan. 22, 1932 (47 Stat. 5), abolished by Reorg. 
Plan No. 1 of 1951, effective May 1, 1951, and functions transferred to 
Administrator and Loan Policy Board established by same plan, effective 
Apr. 30, 1951. Act of July 30, 1953 (67 Stat. 230), provided for RFC 
succession until June 30, 1954, and for termination of its lending 
powers Sept. 28, 1953. Certain functions assigned to appropriate 
agencies for liquidation by Reorg. Plan No. 2 of 1954, effective July 1, 
1954. Corporation abolished by Reorg. Plan No. 1 of 1957, effective June 
30, 1957, and functions transferred to Housing and Home Finance Agency, 
General Services Administration, Small Business Administration, and 
Treasury Department.

Records and Information Management, Office of  Functions transferred 
from National Archives and Records Service to Automated Data and 
Telecommunications Service by General Services Administrator's decision, 
effective Jan. 10, 1982, regionally and Apr. 1, 1982, in Washington, DC.

Recovery Administration, Advisory Council, National  Established by EO 
7075 of June 15, 1935. Transferred to Commerce Department by EO 7252 of 
Dec. 21, 1935, and functions ordered terminated not later than Apr. 1, 
1936, by same order. Committee of Industrial Analysis created by EO 7323 
of Mar. 21, 1936, to complete work of Council.

Recovery Administration, National  Established by President pursuant to 
act of June 16, 1933 (48 Stat. 194). Provisions of title I of act 
repealed by Public Resolution 26 of June 14, 1935 (49 Stat. 375), and 
extension of Administration in skeletonized form authorized until Apr. 
1, 1936. Office of Administrator, National Recovery Administration, 
created by EO 7075 of June 15, 1935. Administration terminated by EO 
7252 of Dec. 21, 1935, which transferred Division of Review, Division of 
Business Corporation, and Advisory Council to Commerce Department for 
termination of functions by Apr. 1, 1936. Consumers' Division 
transferred to Labor Department by same order.

Recovery Review Board, National  Established by EO 6632 of Mar. 7, 1934. 
Abolished by EO 6771 of June 30, 1934.

Recreation, Bureau of Outdoor  Established in Interior Department by act 
of May 28, 1963 (77 Stat. 49). Terminated by Secretary's order of Jan. 
25, 1978, and functions assumed by Heritage Conservation and Recreation 
Service.

Recreation and Natural Beauty, Citizens' Advisory Committee on  
Established by EO 11278 of May 4, 1966. Terminated by EO 11472 of May 
29, 1969.

Recreation and Natural Beauty, President's Council on  Established by EO 
11278 of May 4, 1966. Terminated by EO 11472 of May 29, 1969.

Recreation Resources Review Commission, Outdoor  Established by act of 
June 28, 1958 (72 Stat. 238). Final report submitted to President 
January 1962 and terminated Sept. 1, 1962.

Regional Action Planning Commissions  Authorized by act of Aug. 26, 1965 
(79 Stat. 552). Federal role abolished through repeal by act of Aug. 13, 
1981 (95 Stat. 766). At time of repeal, eight commissions--Coastal 
Plains, Four Corners, New England, Old West Ozarks, Pacific Northwest, 
Southwest Border, Southwest Border Region, and Upper Great Lakes--
affected.

Regional Councils, Federal  Established by EO 12314 of July 22, 1981. 
Abolished by EO 12407 of Feb. 22, 1983.

Regional Operations, Executive Director of  Established in Food and Drug 
Administration by Health, Education, and Welfare Secretary's order of 
May 20, 1971. Merged into Office of Regulatory Affairs by Health and 
Human Services Secretary's order of Nov. 5, 1984.

Regulatory Council, U.S.  Disbanded by Vice Presidential memorandum of 
Mar. 25, 1981. Certain functions continued in Regulatory Information 
Service Center.

Regulatory Relief, Presidential Task Force on  Establishment announced 
in President's remarks Jan. 22, 1981. Disbanded and functions 
transferred to Office of Management and Budget in August 1983.

Rehabilitation Services Administration  Functions transferred from 
Health, Education, and Welfare Department to Office of Special Education 
and Rehabilitative Services, Education Department, by act of Oct. 17, 
1979 (93 Stat. 678), effective May 4, 1980.

Relief Corporation, Federal Surplus  Organized under powers granted to 
President by act of June 16, 1933 (48 Stat. 195). Charter granted by 
State of Delaware Oct. 4, 1933, and amended Nov. 18, 1935, changing name 
to Federal Surplus Commodities Corporation and naming Agriculture 
Secretary, Administrator of Agricultural Adjustment Administration, and 
Governor of Farm Credit Administration as Board of Directors. Continued 
as agency under Agriculture Secretary by acts of June 28, 1937 (50 Stat. 
323) and Feb. 16, 1938 (52 Stat. 38). Consolidated with Division of 
Marketing and Marketing Agreements into Surplus Marketing Administration 
by Reorg. Plan No. III of 1940, effective June 30, 1940. Merged into 
Agricultural Marketing Administration by EO 9069 of Feb. 23, 1942.

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Relief and Rehabilitation Operations, Office of Foreign  Established in 
State Department as announced by White House Nov. 21, 1942. Consolidated 
with Foreign Economic Administration by EO 9380 of Sept. 25, 1943.

Renegotiation Board  Established by act of Mar. 23, 1951 (65 Stat. 7). 
Terminated Mar. 31, 1979, by act of Oct. 10, 1978 (92 Stat. 1043).

Rent Advisory Board  Established by EO 11632 of Nov. 22, 1971. Abolished 
by EO 11695 of Jan. 11, 1973.

Rent Stabilization, Office of  Established by General Order 9 of 
Economic Stabilization Administrator July 31, 1951, pursuant to act of 
June 30, 1947 (61 Stat. 193), and EO' s 10161 of Sept. 9, 1950, and 
10276 of July 31, 1951. Abolished by EO 10475 of July 31, 1953, and 
functions transferred to Office of Defense Mobilization. Office of 
Research and Development combined with Office of Minerals Policy 
Development in Interior Department May 21, 1976, under authority of 
Reorg. Plan No. 3 of 1950, effective May 24, 1950, to form Office of 
Minerals Policy and Research Analysis. Abolished Sept. 30, 1981, by 
Secretarial Order 3070 and functions transferred to Bureau of Mines.

Reports, Office of Government  Established July 1, 1939, to perform 
functions of National Emergency Council abolished by Reorg. Plan No. II 
of 1939, effective July 1, 1939. Established as administrative unit of 
Executive Office of the President by EO 8248 of Sept. 8, 1939. 
Consolidated with Office of War Information, Office for Emergency 
Management, by EO 9182 of June 13, 1942. Reestablished in Executive 
Office of the President by EO 9809 of Dec. 12, 1946, which transferred 
to it functions of Media Programming Division and Motion Picture 
Division, Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion, and functions 
transferred from Bureau of Special Services, Office of War Information, 
to Bureau of the Budget by EO 9608 of Aug. 31, 1945. Subsequent to 
enactment of act of July 30, 1947 (61 Stat. 588), functions of Office 
restricted to advertising and motion picture liaison and operation of 
library. Terminated June 30, 1948.

Research, Office of University  Transferred from Office of Program 
Management and Administration, Research and Special Programs 
Administration, to Office of Economics, Office of the Assistant 
Secretary for Policy and International Affairs, under authority of 
Transportation Department appropriation request for FY 1985, effective 
Oct. 1, 1984.

Research and Development Board  Established in Defense Department by act 
of July 26, 1947 (61 Stat. 499). Abolished by Reorg. Plan No. 6 of 1953, 
effective June 30, 1953, and functions vested in Defense Secretary.

Research and Development Board, Joint  Established June 6, 1946, by 
charter of Secretaries of War and Navy. Terminated on creation of 
Research and Development Board by act of July 26, 1947 (61 Stat. 506).

Research and Intelligence Service, Interim  Established in State 
Department by EO 9621 of Sept. 20, 1945. Abolished Dec. 31, 1945, 
pursuant to terms of order.

Research Resources, Division of  Established in National Institutes of 
Health, Health and Human Services Department. Renamed National Center 
for Research Resources by Secretarial notice of Feb. 23, 1990 (55 FR 
6455) and act of June 10, 1993 (107 Stat. 178).

Research Service, Cooperative State  Established by Agriculture 
Secretary's Memorandum 1462, supp. 1, of Aug. 31, 1961. Consolidated 
into Science and Education Administration by Secretary's order of Jan. 
24, 1978. Reestablished as Cooperative State Research Service by 
Secretarial order of June 16, 1981.

Research and Service Division, Cooperative  Functions transferred to 
Agriculture Secretary in Farmer Cooperative Service by act of Aug. 6, 
1953 (67 Stat. 390).

Resettlement Administration  Established by EO 7027 of Apr. 30, 1935. 
Functions transferred to Agriculture Department by EO 7530 of Dec. 31, 
1936. Renamed Farm Security Administration by Secretary's Memorandum 732 
of Sept. 1, 1937. Abolished by act of Aug. 14, 1946 (60 Stat. 1062) and 
functions incorporated into the Farmers' Home Administration, effective 
Jan. 1, 1947. Farmers' Home Administration abolished, effective Dec. 27, 
1994, under authority of Secretary's Memorandum 1010-1 dated Oct. 20, 
1994 (59 FR 66441). Functions assumed by the Consolidated Farm Service 
Agency and the Rural Housing and Community Development Service.

Resolution Trust Corporation  Established by act of Aug. 9, 1989 (103 
Stat. 369). Board of Directors of the Corporation abolished by act of 
Dec. 12, 1991 (105 Stat. 1769).

Resources Board and Advisory Committee, National  Established by EO 6777 
of June 30, 1934. Abolished by EO 7065 of June 7, 1935, and functions 
transferred to National Resources Committee.

Resources Committee, National  Established by EO 7065 of June 7, 1935. 
Abolished by Reorg. Plan No. I of 1939, effective July 1, 1939, and 
functions transferred to National Resources Planning Board in Executive 
Office of the President. Board terminated by act of June 26, 1943 (57 
Stat. 169).

Resources Planning Board, National  See Resources Committee, National

Retired Executives, Service Corps of  Established in ACTION by act of 
Oct. 1, 1973 (87 Stat. 404). Transferred to Small Business 
Administration by EO 11871 of July 18, 1975.

Retraining and Reemployment Administration  Established by EO 9427 of 
Feb. 24, 1944, and act of Oct. 3, 1944 (58 Stat. 788). Transferred from 
Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion to Labor Department by EO 
9617 of Sept. 19, 1945. Terminated pursuant to terms of act.

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Revenue Sharing, Office of  Established by Treasury Secretary to 
administer programs authorized by acts of Oct. 20, 1972 (86 Stat. 919), 
and July 22, 1976 (90 Stat. 999). Transferred from Office of the 
Secretary to Assistant Secretary (Domestic Finance) by Treasury 
Department Order 242, rev. 1, of May 17, 1976.

Review, Division of  Established in National Recovery Administration by 
EO 7075 of June 15, 1935. Transferred to Commerce Department by EO 7252 
of Dec. 21, 1935, and functions terminated Apr. 1, 1936. Committee of 
Industrial Analysis created by EO 7323 of Mar. 21, 1936, to complete 
work of Division.

RFC Mortgage Company  Organized under laws of Maryland Mar. 14, 1935, 
pursuant to act of Jan. 22, 1932 (47 Stat. 5). Grouped with other 
agencies to form Federal Loan Agency by Reorg. Plan No. I of 1939, 
effective July 1, 1939. Transferred to Commerce Department by EO 9071 of 
Feb. 24, 1942. Returned to Federal Loan Agency by act of Feb. 24, 1945 
(59 Stat. 5). Assets and liabilities transferred to Reconstruction 
Finance Corporation by act of June 30, 1947 (61 Stat. 207).

River Basins, Neches, Trinity, Brazos, Colorado, Guadalupe, San Antonio, 
Nueces, and San Jacinto, and Intervening Areas, U.S. Study Commission on  
Established by act of Aug. 28, 1958 (72 Stat. 1058). Terminated June 30, 
1962.

River Basins, Savannah, Altamaha, Saint Marys, Apalachicola-
Chattahoochee, and Perdido-Escambia, and Intervening Areas, U.S. Study 
Commission on  Established by act of Aug. 28, 1958 (72 Stat. 1090). 
Terminated Dec. 23, 1962.

Road Inquiry, Office of  Established by Agriculture Secretary under 
authority of act of Aug. 8, 1894 (28 Stat. 264). Federal aid for 
highways to be administered by Agriculture Secretary through Office of 
Public Roads and Rural Engineering authorized by act of July 11, 1916 
(39 Stat. 355), known as Bureau of Public Roads after July 1918. 
Transferred to Federal Works Agency by Reorg. Plan No. I of 1939, 
effective July 1, 1939, and renamed Public Roads Administration. 
Transferred to General Services Administration as Bureau of Public Roads 
by act of June 30, 1949 (63 Stat. 380). Transferred to Commerce 
Department by Reorg. Plan No. 7 of 1949, effective Aug. 20, 1949. 
Transferred to Transportation Secretary by act of Oct. 15, 1966 (80 
Stat. 931), and functions assigned to Federal Highway Administration.

Roads, Bureau of Public  See Road Inquiry, Office of

Roads Administration, Public  See Road Inquiry, Office of

Roads and Rural Engineering, Office of Public  See Road Inquiry, Office 
of

Rock Creek and Potomac Parkway Commission  Established by act of Mar. 
14, 1913 (37 Stat. 885). Abolished by EO 6166 of June 10, 1933, and 
functions transferred to Office of National Parks, Buildings, and 
Reservations, Interior Department.

Roosevelt Centennial Commission, Theodore  Established by joint 
resolution of July 28, 1955 (69 Stat. 383). Terminated Oct. 27, 1959, 
pursuant to terms of act.

Roosevelt Library, Franklin D.  Functions assigned to National Park 
Service by Reorg. Plan No. 3 of 1946, effective July 16, 1946, 
transferred to General Services Administration by Reorg. Plan No. 1 of 
1963, effective July 27, 1963.

Roosevelt Library, Trustees of the Franklin D.  Established by joint 
resolution of July 18, 1939 (53 Stat. 1063). Transferred to General 
Services Administration by act of June 30, 1949 (63 Stat. 381). 
Abolished by act of Mar. 5, 1958 (72 Stat. 34), and Library operated by 
National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration.

Rubber Development Corporation  Establishment announced Feb. 20, 1943, 
by Commerce Secretary. Organized under laws of Delaware as subsidiary of 
Reconstruction Finance Corporation. Assumed all activities of Rubber 
Reserve Company relating to development of foreign rubber sources and 
procurement of rubber therefrom. Functions transferred to Office of 
Economic Warfare by EO 9361 of July 15, 1943. Office consolidated into 
Foreign Economic Administration by EO 9380 of Sept. 25, 1943. Office 
returned to Reconstruction Finance Corporation by EO 9630 of Sept. 27, 
1945. Certificate of incorporation expired June 30, 1947.

Rubber Producing Facilities Disposal Commission  Established by act of 
Aug. 7, 1953 (67 Stat. 408). Functions transferred to Federal Facilities 
Corporation by EO 10678 of Sept. 20, 1956.

Rubber Reserve Company  Established June 28, 1940, under act of Jan. 22, 
1932 (47 Stat. 5). Transferred from Federal Loan Agency to Commerce 
Department by EO 9071 of Feb. 24, 1942. Returned to Federal Loan Agency 
by act of Feb. 24, 1945 (59 Stat. 5). Dissolved by act of June 30, 1945 
(59 Stat. 310), and functions transferred to Reconstruction Finance 
Corporation.

Rural Areas Development, Office of  Established by Agriculture 
Secretary's memorandum in 1961 (revised Sept. 21, 1962). Renamed Rural 
Community Development Service by Secretary's Memorandum 1570 of Feb. 24, 
1965.

Rural Community Development Service  Established by Agriculture 
Secretary's Memorandum 1570 of Feb. 25, 1965, to supersede Office of 
Rural Areas Development. Abolished Feb. 2, 1970, by Secretary's 
Memorandum 1670 of Jan. 30, 1970, and functions transferred to other 
agencies in department.

Rural Development Administration  Established within Agriculture 
Department by Secretary's Memorandum 1020-34 dated Dec. 31, 1991. 
Abolished Dec. 27, 1994 (59 FR 66441) under authority of Secretary's 
Memorandum 1010-1 dated Oct. 20, 1994. Functions assumed by the Rural 
Business and Cooperative Development Service.

Rural Development Committee  See Rural Development Program, Committee 
for

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Rural Development Policy, Office of  Established initially as Office of 
Rural Development Policy Management and Coordination, Farmers Home 
Administration, by Agriculture Secretary's Memorandum 1020-3 of Oct. 26, 
1981. Abolished in 1986 due to lack of funding.

Rural Development Program, Committee for  Established by EO 10847 of 
Oct. 12, 1959. Abolished by EO 11122 of Oct. 16, 1963, which established 
Rural Development Committee. Committee superseded by EO 11307 of Sept. 
30, 1966, and functions assumed by Agriculture Secretary.

Rural Development Service  Established by Agriculture Secretarial order 
in 1973. Functions transferred to Office of Rural Development 
Coordination and Planning, Farmers Home Administration, by Secretarial 
order in 1978.

Rural Electrification Administration  Established by EO 7037 of May 11, 
1935. Functions transferred by EO 7458 of Sept. 26, 1936, to Rural 
Electrification Administration established by act of May 20, 1936 (49 
Stat. 1363). Transferred to Agriculture Department by Reorg. Plan No. II 
of 1939, effective July 1, 1939. Abolished by Secretary's Memorandum 
1010-1 dated Oct. 20, 1994, and functions assumed by Rural Utilities 
Service.

Rural Rehabilitation Division  Established April 1934 by act of May 12, 
1933 (48 Stat. 55). Functions transferred to Resettlement Administration 
by Federal Emergency Relief Administrator's order of June 19, 1935.

Saint Elizabeths Hospital  See Insane, Government Hospital for the

Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation  Established by act of May 
13, 1954 (68 Stat. 92). Commerce Secretary given direction of general 
policies of Corporation by EO 10771 of June 20, 1958. Transferred to 
Transportation Department by act of Oct. 15, 1966 (80 Stat. 931).

Salary Stabilization, Office of  See Salary Stabilization Board

Salary Stabilization Board  Established May 10, 1951, by Economic 
Stabilization Administrator's General Order 8. Stabilization program 
administered by Office of Salary Stabilization. Terminated Apr. 30, 
1953, by EO 10434 of Feb. 6, 1953, and acts of June 30, 1952 (66 Stat. 
296), and June 30, 1953 (67 Stat. 131).

Sales Manager, Office of the General  Established by Agriculture 
Secretary Feb. 29, 1976. Consolidated with Foreign Agricultural Service 
by Secretary's Memorandum 2001 of Nov. 29, 1979.

Savings Bonds, Interdepartmental Committee for the Voluntary Payroll 
Savings Plan for the Purchase of U.S.  Established by EO 11532 of June 
2, 1970. Superseded by EO 11981 of Mar. 29, 1977, which established 
Interagency Committee for the Purchase of U.S. Savings Bonds.

Savings and Loan Advisory Council, Federal  Established by act of Oct. 
6, 1972 (86 Stat. 770). Continued by act of Dec. 26, 1974 (88 Stat. 
1739). Terminated by act of Aug. 9, 1989 (103 Stat. 422).

Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, Federal  Established by act of 
June 27, 1934 (48 Stat. 1246). Grouped with other agencies to form 
Federal Loan Agency by Reorg. Plan No. I of 1939, effective July 1, 
1939. Transferred to Federal Home Loan Bank Administration, National 
Housing Agency, by EO 9070 of Feb. 24, 1942. Board of Trustees abolished 
by Reorg. Plan No. 3 of 1947, effective July 27, 1947, and functions 
transferred to Home Loan Bank Board. Abolished by act of Aug. 9, 1989 
(103 Stat. 354).

Savings Bonds Division, United States  Established by Departmental Order 
62 of Dec. 26, 1945, as successor to the War and Finance Division, War 
Savings Staff, and Defense Savings Staff. Functions transferred to 
Bureau of Public Debt by Departmental Order 101-05 of May 11, 1994, and 
Division renamed Savings Bond Marketing Office.

Science, Engineering, and Technology, Federal Coordinating Council for  
Established by act of May 11, 1976 (90 Stat. 471). Abolished by Reorg. 
Plan No. 1 of 1977, effective Feb. 26, 1978, and functions transferred 
to President. Functions redelegated to Director of the Office of Science 
and Technology Policy and Federal Coordinating Council for Science, 
Engineering, and Technology, established by EO 12039 of Feb. 24, 1978.

Science, Engineering, and Technology Panel, Intergovernmental  
Established by act of May 11, 1976 (90 Stat. 465). Abolished by Reorg. 
Plan No. 1 of 1977, effective Feb. 26, 1978, and functions transferred 
to President. Functions redelegated to Director of Office of Science and 
Technology Policy by EO 12039 of Feb. 24, 1978, which established 
Intergovernmental Science, Engineering, and Technology Advisory Panel.

Science Advisory Committee, President's  Established by President Apr. 
20, 1951, and reconstituted Nov. 22, 1957. Terminated with Office of 
Science and Technology, effective July 1, 1973.

Science Exhibit-Century 21 Exposition, U.S.  Established Jan. 20, 1960, 
by Commerce Department Order 167. Abolished by revocation of order on 
June 5, 1963.

Science and Technology, Federal Council for  See Scientific Research and 
Development, Interdepartmental Committee on

Science and Technology, Office of  Established by Reorg. Plan No. 2 of 
1962, effective June 8, 1962. Office abolished by Reorg. Plan No. 1 of 
1973, effective June 30, 1973, and functions transferred to National 
Science Foundation.

Science and Technology, President's Committee on  Established by act of 
May 11, 1976 (90 Stat. 468). Abolished by Reorg. Plan No. 1 of 1977, 
effective Feb. 26, 1978, and functions transferred to President.

Scientific Research and Development, Interdepartmental Committee on  
Established by EO 9912 of Dec. 24, 1947. EO 9912 revoked by EO 

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10807 of Mar. 13, 1959, which established Federal Council for Science 
and Technology. Abolished by act of May 11, 1976 (90 Stat. 472).

Scientific Research and Development, Office of  Established in Office 
for Emergency Management by EO 8807 of June 28, 1941. Terminated by EO 
9913 of Dec. 26, 1947, and property transferred to National Military 
Establishment for liquidation.

Scientists and Engineers, National Committee for the Development of  
Established by President Apr. 3, 1956. Renamed President's Committee on 
Scientists and Engineers May 7, 1957. Final report submitted Dec. 17, 
1958, and expired Dec. 31, 1958.

Scientists and Engineers, President's Committee on  See Scientists and 
Engineers, National Committee for the Development of

Screw Thread Commission, National  Established by act of July 18, 1918 
(40 Stat. 912). Terminated by EO 6166 of June 10, 1933, and records 
transferred to Commerce Department, effective Mar. 2, 1934. Informal 
Interdepartmental Screw Thread Committee established on Sept. 14, 1939, 
consisting of War, Navy, and Commerce Department representatives.

Security, Commission on Government  Established by act of Aug. 9, 1955 
(69 Stat. 595). Terminated Sept. 22, 1957, pursuant to terms of act.

Security, Office of the Director for Mutual  See Security Agency, Mutual

Security Agency, Federal  Established by Reorg. Plan No. I of 1939, 
effective July 1, 1939, grouping under one administration Office of 
Education, Public Health Service, Social Security Board, U.S. Employment 
Service, Civilian Conservation Corps, and National Youth Administration. 
Abolished by Reorg. Plan No. 1 of 1953, effective Apr. 11, 1953, and 
functions and units transferred to Health, Education, and Welfare 
Department.

Security Agency, Mutual  Established and continued by acts of Oct. 10, 
1951 (65 Stat. 373) and June 20, 1952 (66 Stat. 141). Agency and Office 
of Director for Mutual Security abolished by Reorg. Plan No. 7 of 1953, 
effective Aug. 1, 1953, and functions transferred to Foreign Operations 
Administration, established by same plan.

Security and Individual Rights, President's Commission on Internal  
Established by EO 10207 of Jan. 23, 1951. Terminated by EO 10305 of Nov. 
14, 1951.

Security Resources Board, National  Established by act of July 26, 1947 
(61 Stat. 499). Transferred to Executive Office of the President by 
Reorg. Plan No. 4 of 1949, effective Aug. 20, 1949. Functions of Board 
transferred to Chairman and Board made advisory to him by Reorg. Plan 
No. 25 of 1950, effective July 10, 1950. Functions delegated by 
Executive order transferred to Office of Defense Mobilization by EO 
10438 of Mar. 13, 1953. Board abolished by Reorg. Plan No. 3 of 1953, 
effective June 12, 1953, and remaining functions transferred to Office 
of Defense Mobilization.

Security Training Commission, National  Established by act of June 19, 
1951 (65 Stat. 75). Expired June 30, 1957, pursuant to Presidential 
letter of Mar. 25, 1957.

Seed Loan Office  Authorized by Presidential letters of July 26, 1918, 
and July 26, 1919, to Agriculture Secretary. Further authorized by act 
of Mar. 3, 1921 (41 Stat. 1347). Office transferred to Farm Credit 
Administration by EO 6084 of Mar. 27, 1933.

Selective Service Appeal Board, National  Established by EO 9988 of Aug. 
20, 1948. Inactive as of Apr. 11, 1975.

Selective Service Records, Office of  See Selective Service System

Selective Service System  Established by act of Sept. 16, 1940 (54 Stat. 
885). Placed under jurisdiction of War Manpower Commission by EO 9279 of 
Dec. 5, 1942, and designated Bureau of Selective Service. Designated 
Selective Service System, separate agency, by EO 9410 of Dec. 23, 1943. 
Transferred for liquidation to Office of Selective Service Records 
established by act of Mar. 31, 1947 (61 Stat. 31). Transferred to 
Selective Service System by act of June 24, 1948 (62 Stat. 604).

Self-Help Development and Technical Development, Office of  Established 
in National Consumer Cooperative Bank by act of Aug. 20, 1978 (92 Stat. 
499). Abolished by act of Aug. 13, 1981 (95 Stat. 437), and assets 
transferred to Consumer Cooperative Development Corporation, Commerce 
Department, Dec. 30, 1982.

Services, Bureau of Special  See Office of War Information

Services, Division of Central Administrative  Established by Liaison 
Officer for Emergency Management pursuant to Presidential letter of Feb. 
28, 1941. Terminated by EO 9471 of Aug. 25, 1944, and functions 
discontinued or transferred to constituent agencies of Office for 
Emergency Management and other agencies.

Shipbuilding Stabilization Committee  Originally organized by National 
Defense Advisory Commission in 1940. Established August 1942 by War 
Production Board. Transferred to Labor Department from Civilian 
Production Administration, successor agency to Board, by EO 9656 of Nov. 
15, 1945. Terminated June 30, 1947.

Shipping Board, U.S.  Established by act of Sept. 7, 1916 (39 Stat. 
729). Abolished by EO 6166 of June 10, 1933, and functions, including 
those with respect to U.S. Shipping Board Merchant Fleet Corporation, 
transferred to U.S. Shipping Board Bureau, Commerce Department, 
effective Mar. 2, 1934. Separation of employees deferred until Sept. 30, 
1933, by EO 6245 of Aug. 9, 1933. Functions assumed by U.S. Maritime 
Commission Oct. 26, 1936, pursuant to act of June 29, 1936 (49 Stat. 
1985).

Shipping Board Bureau, U.S.  See Shipping Board, U.S.

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Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation, U.S.  Established Apr. 16, 
1917, under authority of act of Sept. 7, 1916 (39 Stat. 729). Renamed 
U.S. Shipping Board Merchant Fleet Corporation by act of Feb. 11, 1927 
(44 Stat. 1083). Terminated Oct. 26, 1936, under provisions of act of 
June 29, 1936 (49 Stat. 1985), and functions transferred to U.S. 
Maritime Commission.

Shipping Board Merchant Fleet Corporation, U.S.  See Shipping Board 
Emergency Fleet Corporation, U.S.

Ships, Bureau of  Established by act of June 20, 1940 (54 Stat. 493), to 
replace Bureau of Engineering and Bureau of Construction and Repair. 
Abolished by Defense Department reorg. order of Mar. 9, 1966, and 
functions transferred to Navy Secretary (31 FR 7188).

Simpson Historical Research Center, Albert F.  Renamed Headquarters USAF 
Historical Research Center by Defense Secretary's special order of Dec. 
16, 1983.

Smithsonian Symposia and Seminars, Office of  Renamed Office of 
Interdisciplinary Studies by Smithsonian Institution announcement of 
Mar. 16, 1987.

Social Development Institute, Inter-American  Established by act of Dec. 
30, 1969 (83 Stat. 821). Renamed Inter-American Foundation by act of 
Feb. 7, 1972 (86 Stat. 34).

Social Protection, Committee on  Established in Office of Defense Health 
and Welfare Services by administrative order June 14, 1941. Functions 
transferred to Federal Security Agency by EO 9338 of Apr. 29, 1943.

Social and Rehabilitation Service  Established by Health, Education, and 
Welfare Secretary's reorganization of Aug. 15, 1967. Abolished by 
Secretary's reorganization of Mar. 8, 1977 (42 FR 13262), and 
constituent units--Medical Services Administration, Assistance Payments 
Administration, Office of Child Support Enforcement, and Public Services 
Administration--transferred.

Social Security Administration  See Social Security Board

Social Security Board  Established by act of Aug. 14, 1935 (49 Stat. 
620). Incorporated into Federal Security Agency by Reorg. Plan No. I of 
1939, effective July 1, 1939. Social Security Board abolished and Social 
Security Administration established by Reorg. Plan No. 2 of 1946 (5 
U.S.C. app.), effective July 16, 1946, and functions of the Board 
transferred to Federal Security Administrator. Social Security 
Administration transferred from the Federal Security Agency by 
Reorganization Plan No. 1 of 1953 (5 U.S.C. app.), effective Apr. 11, 
1953, to the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Social 
Security Administration became an independent agency in the executive 
branch by act of Aug. 15, 1994 (108 Stat. 1464), effective Mar. 31, 
1995.

Soil Conservation Service  See Soil Erosion Service

Soil Erosion Service  Established in Interior Department following 
allotment made Aug. 25, 1933. Transferred to Agriculture Department by 
Interior Secretary's administrative order of Mar. 25, 1935. Made Soil 
Conservation Service by order of Agriculture Secretary, Apr. 27, 1935, 
pursuant to provisions of act of Apr. 27, 1935 (49 Stat. 163). Certain 
functions of Soil Conservation Service under jurisdiction of Interior 
Department transferred from Agriculture Department to Interior 
Department by Reorg. Plan No. IV of 1940, effective June 30, 1940. Soil 
Conservation Service abolished by act of Oct. 13, 1994 (108 Stat. 3225) 
and functions assumed by the Natural Resources Conservation Service.

Soils, Bureau of  See Agricultural and Industrial Chemistry, Bureau of 
and Plant Industry, Bureau of

Solicitor General, Office of Assistant  Established in Justice 
Department by act of June 16, 1933 (48 Stat. 307). Terminated by Reorg. 
Plan No. 2 of 1950, effective May 24, 1950.

Space Science, Office of  See Space and Terrestrial Applications, Office 
of

Space Science Board  Renamed Space Studies Board by authority of the 
National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, effective May 
8, 1989.

Space Station, Office of  Established in the National Aeronautics and 
Space Administration. Abolished in 1990 and remaining functions 
transferred to the Office of Space Flight.

Space Technology Laboratories, National  Renamed John C. Stennis Space 
Center by EO 12641 of May 20, 1988.

Space and Terrestrial Applications, Office of  Combined with Office of 
Space Science to form Office of Space Science and Applications by 
National Aeronautics and Space Administrator's announcement of Sept. 29, 
1981.

Space Tracking and Data Systems, Office of  Renamed Office of Space 
Operations by National Aeronautics and Space Administrator's 
announcement of Jan. 9, 1987.

Space Transportation Operations, Office of  Combined with Office of 
Space Transportation Systems to form Office of Space Transportation 
Systems, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, effective July 
1982.

Space Transportation Systems, Office of  See Space Transportation 
Operations, Office of

Spanish-Speaking People, Cabinet Committee on Opportunities for  See 
Mexican-American Affairs, Interagency Committee on

Special.  See other part of title

Specifications Board, Federal  Established by Bureau of the Budget 
Circular 42 of Oct. 10, 1921. Transferred from Federal Coordinating 
Service to Procurement Division by Treasury Secretary's order of Oct. 9, 
1933. Board superseded by Federal Specifications Executive Committee, 
set up by 

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Director of Procurement under Circular Letter 106 of July 16, 1935.

Sport Fisheries and Wildlife, Bureau of  Established in Interior 
Department by act of Aug. 8, 1956 (70 Stat. 1119). Bureau replaced by 
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service pursuant to act of Apr. 22, 1974 (88 
Stat. 92).

Standards, National Bureau of  See Weights and Measures, Office of 
Standard

State Department  Duty of Secretary of State of procuring copies of all 
statutes of the States, as provided for in act of Sept. 28, 1789 (R.S. 
206), abolished by Reorg. Plan No. 20 of 1950, effective May 24, 1950. 
Functions of numbering, editing, and distributing proclamations and 
Executive orders transferred from State Department to Division of the 
Federal Register, National Archives, by EO 7298 of Feb. 18, 1936. Duty 
of Secretary of State of publishing Executive proclamations and treaties 
in newspapers in District of Columbia, provided for in act of July 31, 
1876 (19 Stat. 105), abolished by Reorg. Plan No. 20 of 1950, effective 
May 24, 1950. Functions concerning publication of U.S. Statutes at 
Large, acts and joint resolutions in pamphlet form known as slip laws, 
and amendments to the Constitution; electoral votes for President and 
Vice President; and Territorial papers transferred from State Department 
to General Services Administrator by Reorg. Plan No. 20 of 1950. (See 
also Archives Establishment, National)

State and Local Cooperation, Division of  Established by Advisory 
Commission to Council of National Defense Aug. 5, 1940. Transferred to 
Office of Civilian Defense.

State and Local Government Cooperation, Committee on  Established by EO 
11627 of Oct 15, 1971. Abolished by EO 11695 of Jan. 11, 1973.

State Technical Services, Office of  Established by Commerce Secretary 
Nov. 19, 1965, pursuant to act of Sept. 14, 1965 (79 Stat. 697). 
Abolished by Secretary, effective June 30, 1970.

Statistical Board, Central  Organized Aug. 9, 1933, by EO 6225 of July 
27, 1933. Transferred to Bureau of the Budget by Reorg. Plan No. I of 
1939, effective July 1, 1939. Expired July 25, 1940, and functions taken 
over by Division of Statistical Standards, Bureau of the Budget.

Statistical Committee, Central  Established by act of July 25, 1935 (49 
Stat. 498). Abolished by Reorg. Plan No. I of 1939, effective July 1, 
1939, and functions transferred to Bureau of the Budget.

Statistical Policy Coordination Committee  Established by EO 12013 of 
Oct. 7, 1977. Abolished by EO 12318 of Aug. 21, 1981.

Statistical Reporting Service  Established by Agriculture Secretary's 
Memorandum 1446, supp. 1, part 3, of 1961. Consolidated with other 
departmental units into Economics, Statistics, and Cooperatives Service 
by Secretary's Memorandum 1927, effective Dec. 23, 1977. Redesignated as 
Statistical Reporting Service by Secretary's order of Oct. 1, 1981. 
Renamed National Agricultural Statistics Service.

Statistics Administration, Social and Economic  Established Jan. 1, 
1972, by Commerce Secretary. Terminated by Commerce Department 
Organization Order 10-2, effective Aug. 4, 1975 (40 FR 42765). Bureau of 
Economic Analysis and Bureau of the Census restored as primary operating 
units of Commerce Department by Organization Orders 35-1A and 2A, 
effective Aug. 4, 1975.

Statutes at Large  See State Department

Statutes of the States  See State Department

Steam Engineering, Bureau of  Established in Navy Department by act of 
July 5, 1862 (12 Stat. 510). Redesignated as Bureau of Engineering by 
act of June 4, 1920 (41 Stat. 828). Abolished by act of June 20, 1940 
(54 Stat. 492), and functions transferred to Bureau of Ships.

Steamboat Inspection Service  President authorized to appoint Service by 
act of June 28, 1838 (5 Stat. 252). Treasury Secretary authorized to 
establish boards of local inspectors at enumerated ports throughout the 
U.S. by act of Feb. 28, 1871 (16 Stat. 440). Authority to appoint boards 
of local inspectors delegated to Secretary of Commerce and Labor by act 
of Mar. 4, 1905 (33 Stat. 1026). Consolidated with Bureau of Navigation 
and Steamboat Inspection by act of June 30, 1932 (47 Stat. 415).

Stock Catalog Board, Federal Standard  Originated by act of Mar. 2, 1929 
(45 Stat. 1461). Transferred from Federal Coordinating Service to 
Procurement Division by Treasury Secretary's order of Oct. 9, 1933.

Strategic Defense Initiative Organization  Established in 1986 as a 
separate agency of the Department of Defense. Renamed Ballistic Missile 
Defense Organization by Deputy Secretary's memorandum in May 1993.

Strategic Services, Office of  See Information, Office of Coordinator of

Subversive Activities Control Board  Established by act of Sept. 23, 
1950 (64 Stat. 987). Terminated June 30, 1973, due to lack of funding.

Sugar Division  Created by act of May 12, 1933 (48 Stat. 31), authorized 
by act of Sept. 1, 1937 (50 Stat. 903). Taken from Agricultural 
Adjustment Administration and made independent division of Agriculture 
Department by Secretary's Memorandum 783, effective Oct. 16, 1938. 
Placed under Agricultural Conservation and Adjustment Administration by 
EO 9069 of Feb. 23, 1942, functioning as Sugar Agency. Functions 
transferred to Food Distribution Administration by EO 9280 of Dec. 5, 
1942.

Sugar Rationing Administration  Established by Agriculture Secretary's 
Memorandum 1190 of Mar. 31, 1947, under authority of act of Mar. 31, 
1947 (61 Stat. 35). Terminated Mar. 31, 1948, on expiration of 
authority.

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Supplies and Accounts, Bureau of  See Provisions and Clothing, Bureau of

Supplies and Shortages, National Commission on  Established by act of 
Sept. 30, 1974 (88 Stat. 1168). Terminated Mar. 31, 1977, pursuant to 
terms of act.

Supply, Bureau of Federal  See Procurement Division

Supply, Office of  Renamed Office of Procurement and Property by 
Smithsonian Institution announcement of Nov. 4, 1986.

Supply Committee, General  Established by act of June 17, 1910 (36 Stat. 
531). Abolished by EO 6166 of June 10, 1933, effective Mar. 2, 1934, and 
functions transferred to Procurement Division, Treasury Department.

Supply Priorities and Allocations Board  Established in Office for 
Emergency Management by EO 8875 of Aug. 28, 1941. Abolished by EO 9024 
of Jan. 16, 1942, and functions transferred to War Production Board.

Supply Service, Federal  Renamed Office of Personal Property by General 
Services Administration order, effective Sept. 28, 1982; later renamed 
Office of Federal Supply and Services by GSA order of Jan. 22, 1983; 
then redesignated Federal Supply Service.

Surveys and Maps, Federal Board of  See Surveys and Maps of the Federal 
Government, Board of

Surveys and Maps of the Federal Government, Board of  Established by EO 
3206 of Dec. 30, 1919. Renamed Federal Board of Surveys and Maps by EO 
7262 of Jan. 4, 1936. Abolished by EO 9094 of Mar. 10, 1942, and 
functions transferred to Director, Bureau of the Budget.

Space System Development, Office of  Established in the National 
Aeronautics and Space Administration. Renamed Office of Space Access and 
Technology in 1995.

Tariff Commission, U.S.  Established by act of Sept. 8, 1916 (39 Stat. 
795). Renamed U.S. International Trade Commission by act of Jan. 3, 1975 
(88 Stat. 2009).

Tax Appeals, Board of  Established as an independent agency within the 
executive branch by act of June 2, 1924 (43 Stat. 336). Continued by 
acts of Feb. 26, 1926 (44 Stat. 105) and Feb. 10, 1939 (53 Stat. 158). 
Renamed Tax Court of the United States by act of Aug. 16, 1954 (68A 
Stat. 879). Renamed United States Tax Court by act of Dec. 30, 1969 (83 
Stat. 730).

Technical Cooperation Administration  Transferred from State Department 
to Mutual Security Agency by EO 10458 of June 1, 1953. Transferred to 
Foreign Operations Administration by Reorg. Plan No. 7 of 1953, 
effective Aug. 1, 1953.

Technical Services, Office of  Designated unit of Office of the Commerce 
Secretary by Department Order 179, July 23, 1962. Functions transferred 
to National Bureau of Standards by Order 90 of Jan. 30, 1964.

Technology, Automation, and Economic Progress, National Commission on  
Established by act of Aug. 19, 1964 (78 Stat. 463). Terminated January 
1966 pursuant to terms of act.

Telecommunications Advisor to the President  Established in Executive 
Office of the President by EO 10297 of Oct. 9, 1951. EO 10297 revoked by 
EO 10460 of June 16, 1953, and functions transferred to Director of 
Office of Defense Mobilization.

Telecommunications Management, Director of  Established in Office of 
Emergency Planning by EO 10995 of Feb. 16, 1962. Assignment of radio 
frequencies delegated to Government agencies and foreign diplomatic 
establishments by EO 11084 of Feb. 16, 1963. Abolished by Reorg. Plan 
No. 1 of 1970, effective Apr. 20, 1970.

Telecommunications Policy, Office of  Established in Executive Office of 
the President by Reorg. Plan No. 1 of 1970, effective Apr. 20, 1970. 
Abolished by Reorg. Plan No. 1 of 1977, effective Mar. 26, 1978, and 
certain functions transferred to President with all other functions 
transferred to Commerce Department.

Telecommunications Service, Automated Data  Renamed Office of 
Information Resources Management by General Services Administration 
order of Aug. 17, 1982. Later renamed Information Resources Management 
Service.

Temporary Controls, Office of  Established in Office for Emergency 
Management by EO 9809 of Dec. 12, 1946, consolidating Office of War 
Mobilization and Reconversion, Office of Economic Stabilization, Office 
of Price Administration, and Civilian Production Administration. 
Functions with respect to Veterans' Emergency Housing Program 
transferred to Housing Expediter by EO 9836 of Mar. 22, 1947. Functions 
with respect to distribution and price of sugar products transferred to 
Agriculture Secretary by act of Mar. 31, 1947 (61 Stat. 36). Office 
terminated by EO 9841 of Apr. 23, 1947, and remaining functions 
redistributed.

Temporary Emergency Court of Appeals  Established by act of Dec. 22, 
1971 (85 Stat. 749). Abolished by act of Oct. 29, 1992, effective Apr. 
30, 1993 (106 Stat. 4507). Court's jurisdiction and pending cases 
transferred to the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal 
Circuit.

Territorial Affairs, Office of  Established by Interior Secretarial 
Order 2951 of Feb. 6, 1973. Abolished by Departmental Manual Release 
2270 of June 6, 1980, and functions transferred to Office of Assistant 
Secretary for Territorial and International Affairs.

Territorial papers  See State Department

Territories, Office of  Established by Interior Secretary July 28, 1950. 
Functions reassigned to Deputy Assistant Secretary for Territorial 
Affairs in Office of the Assistant Secretary--Public Land Management, 
Interior Department, by Secretarial Order 2942, effective July 1, 1971.

Terrorism, Cabinet Committee To Combat  Established by Presidential 
memorandum of Sept. 

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25, 1972. Terminated by National Security Council memorandum of Sept. 
16, 1977.

Textile Industry, Board of Inquiry for the Cotton  Established by EO 
6840 of Sept. 5, 1934. Abolished by EO 6858 of Sept. 26, 1934.

Textile National Industrial Relations Board  Established by 
administrative order of June 28, 1934. Abolished by EO 6858 of Sept. 26, 
1934, which created Textile Labor Relations Board in connection with 
Labor Department. Board terminated July 1, 1937, and functions absorbed 
by U.S. Conciliation Service, Labor Department.

Textile National Industrial Relations Board, Cotton  Established by 
original Code of Fair Competition for the Cotton Textile Industry, as 
amended July 10, 1934. Abolished by EO 6858 of Sept. 26, 1934.

Textile Work Assignment Board, Cotton  Amendments to Code of Fair 
Competition for Cotton Textile Industry approved by EO 6876 of Oct. 16, 
1934, and Cotton Textile Work Assignment Board appointed by Textile 
Labor Relations Board. Board expired June 15, 1935.

Textile Work Assignment Board, Silk  Appointed by Textile Labor 
Relations Board following President's approval of amendments to Code of 
Fair Competition for Silk Textile Industry by EO 6875 of Oct. 16, 1934. 
Terminated June 15, 1935.

Textile Work Assignment Board, Wool  Established by EO 6877 of Oct. 16, 
1934. Terminated June 15, 1935.

Textiles, Office of  Established by Commerce Secretary Feb. 14, 1971. 
Functions transferred to Domestic and International Business 
Administration, effective Nov. 17, 1972.

Trade, Special Adviser to the President on Foreign  Established by EO 
6651 of Mar. 23, 1934. Terminated on expiration of National Recovery 
Administration.

Trade Administration, International  See Business and Defense Services 
Administration

Trade Agreements, Interdepartmental Committee on  Established by 
Secretary of State in 1934 and reestablished by EO 9832 of Feb. 25, 
1947. Abolished by EO 11075 of Jan. 15, 1963.

Trade and Developent Program  Established by act of Sept. 4, 1961, as 
amended (88 Stat. 1804). Designated separate entity within the U.S. 
International Development Cooperation Agency by act of Sept. 4, 1961, as 
amended (102 Stat. 1329). Renamed Trade and Development Agency by act of 
Oct. 28, 1992 (106 Stat. 3657).

Trade Expansion Act Advisory Committee  Established by EO 11075 of Jan. 
15, 1963. Abolished by EO 11846 of Mar. 27, 1975, and records 
transferred to Trade Policy Committee established by same EO.

Trade Negotiations, Office of the Special Representative for  Renamed 
Office of the U.S. Trade Representative by EO 12188 of Jan. 4, 1980.

Trade Policy Committee  Established by EO 10741 of Nov. 25, 1957. 
Abolished by EO 11075 of Jan. 15, 1963.

Traffic Safety, President's Committee for  Established by Presidential 
letter of Apr. 14, 1954. Continued by EO 10858 of Jan. 13, 1960. 
Abolished by EO 11382 of Nov. 28, 1967.

Traffic Safety Agency, National  Established in Commerce Department by 
act of Sept. 9, 1966 (80 Stat. 718). Activity transferred to 
Transportation Department by act of Oct. 15, 1966 (80 Stat. 931). 
Responsibility placed in National Highway Safety Bureau by EO 11357 of 
June 6, 1967.

Training and Employment Service, U.S.  Established in Manpower 
Administration, Labor Department, Mar. 17, 1969. Abolished by 
Secretary's letter of Dec. 6, 1971, and functions assigned to Office of 
Employment Development Programs and U.S. Employment Service.

Training School for Boys, National  See District of Columbia, Reform-
School of the

Transportation, Federal Coordinator of  Established by act of June 16, 
1933 (48 Stat. 211). Expired June 16, 1936, under provisions of Public 
Resolution 27 (49 Stat. 376).

Transportation, Office of  Established in Agriculture Department by 
Secretary's Memorandum 1966 dated Dec. 12, 1978. Abolished by 
Secretary's Memorandum 1030-25 dated Dec. 28, 1990.

Transportation and Communications Service  Established by General 
Services Administrator Oct. 19, 1961. Abolished by Administrator's 
order, effective July 15, 1972. Motor equipment, transportation, and 
public utilities responsibilities assigned to Federal Supply Service; 
telecommunications function assigned to Automated Data 
Telecommunications Service.

Transportation and Public Utilities Service  Abolished by General 
Services Administration order of Aug. 17, 1982. Functions transferred to 
various GSA organizations.

Transportation Safety Board, National  Established in Transportation 
Department by act of Oct. 15, 1966 (80 Stat. 935). Abolished by act of 
Jan. 3, 1975 (88 Stat. 2156), which established independent National 
Transportation Safety Board.

Travel Service, U.S.  Replaced by U.S. Travel and Tourism 
Administration, Commerce Department, pursuant to act of Oct. 16, 1981 
(95 Stat. 1014).

Treasury, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the--Electronics and 
Information Technology  Established by Secretary's Order 114-1 of Mar. 
14, 1983. Abolished by Secretary's Order 114-3 of May 17, 1985, and 
functions transferred to Office of the Assistant Secretary for 
Management. Certain provisions effective Aug. 31, 1985 (50 FR 23573).

Treasury, Solicitor of the  Position established when certain functions 
of Solicitor of the Treasury transferred to Justice Department by EO 
6166 of June 10, 1933. Solicitor of the Treasury transferred 

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from Justice Department to Treasury Department by same order. Office of 
Solicitor of the Treasury abolished by act of May 10, 1934 (48 Stat. 
758), and functions transferred to General Counsel, Treasury Department.

Treasury Secretary, Assistant  Office abolished by Reorg. Plan No. III 
of 1940, effective June 30, 1940, and functions transferred to Fiscal 
Assistant Secretary, Treasury Department.

Treaties  See State Department

Typhus Commission, U.S. of America  Established in War Department by EO 
9285 of Dec. 24, 1942. Abolished June 30, 1946, by EO 9680 of Jan. 17, 
1946.

U.S.  See other part of title

Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, School of Medicine 
of the  Renamed F. Edward Hebert School of Medicine by act of Sept. 24, 
1983 (97 Stat. 704).

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization  U.S. 
membership in UNESCO authorized by act of July 30, 1946 (60 Stat. 712). 
Announcement of U.S. intention to withdraw made Dec. 28, 1983, in 
accordance with UNESCO constitution. Official U.S. withdrawal effective 
Dec. 31, 1984, by Secretary of State's letter of Dec. 19, 1984. U.S. 
maintains status as observer mission in UNESCO.

United States Court of Military Appeals  Established under Article I of 
the Constitution of the United States pursuant to act of May 5, 1950, as 
amended (10 U.S.C. 867). Renamed United States Court of Appeals for the 
Armed Forces by act of Oct. 5, 1995 (108 Stat. 2831).

Upper Mississippi River Basin Commission  Established by EO 11659 of 
Mar. 22, 1972. Terminated by EO 12319 of Sept. 9, 1981.

Urban Affairs, Council for  Established in Executive Office of the 
President by EO 11452 of Jan. 23, 1969. Terminated by EO 11541 of July 
1, 1970.

Urban Mass Transportation Administration  Functions regarding urban mass 
transportation established in the Department of Housing and Urban 
Development by act of July 9, 1964 (78 Stat. 302). Most functions 
transferred to Transportation Department by Reorg. Plan No. 2 of 1968, 
effective June 30, 1968 (82 Stat. 1369), and joint responsibility 
assigned to Transportation and Housing and Urban Development Departments 
for functions relating to research, technical studies, and training. 
Transportation and Housing and Urban Development Under Secretaries 
agreed in November 1969 that Transportation Department should be focal 
point for urban mass transportation grant administration; at which time 
functions transferred to the Department of Transportation. Renamed 
Federal Transit Administration by act of Dec. 18, 1991 (105 Stat. 2088).

Urban Renewal Administration  Established in Housing and Home Finance 
Agency by Administrator's Organizational Order 1 of Dec. 23, 1954. 
Functions transferred to Housing and Urban Development Department by act 
of Sept. 9, 1965 (78 Stat. 667), and Administration terminated.

Utilization and Disposal Service  Established July 1, 1961, by 
Administrator of General Services and assigned functions of Federal 
Supply Service and Public Buildings Service. Functions transferred to 
Property Management and Disposal Service July 29, 1966.

Veterans Administration  Legal work in defense of suits against the U.S. 
arising under act of June 7, 1924 (43 Stat. 607), transferred to Justice 
Department by EO 6166 of June 10, 1933. Transfer deferred to Sept. 10, 
1933, by EO 6222 of July 27, 1933. Established as an independent agency 
under the President by Executive Order 5398 of July 21, 1930, in 
accordance with the act of July 3, 1930 (46 Stat. 1016) and the act of 
Sept. 2, 1958 (72 Stat. 1114). Made an executive department in the 
executive branch and redesignated Veterans Affairs Department by act of 
Oct. 25, 1988 (102 Stat. 2635).

Veterans Education Appeals Board  See Veterans Tuition Appeals Board

Veterans Employment Service  Renamed Veterans' Employment and Training 
Service by Labor Secretary's Order 4-83 of Mar. 24, 1983 (48 FR 14092).

Veterans Health Administration  See Medicine and Surgery, Department of

Veterans Health Services and Research Administration  See Medicine and 
Surgery, Department of

Veterans Placement Service Board  Established by act of June 22, 1944 
(58 Stat. 293). Abolished by Reorg. Plan No. 2 of 1949, effective Aug. 
20, 1949, and functions transferred to Labor Secretary.

Veterans Tuition Appeals Board  Established by act of Aug. 24, 1949 (63 
Stat. 654). Functions assumed by Veterans Education Appeals Board 
established by act of July 13, 1950 (64 Stat. 336). Board terminated by 
act of Aug. 28, 1957 (71 Stat. 474).

Veterinary Medicine, Bureau of  Established in Food and Drug 
Administration, Health, Education, and Welfare Department. Renamed 
Center for Veterinary Medicine by FDA notice of Mar. 9, 1984 (49 FR 
10166).

Virgin Islands  Public works programs under act of Dec. 20, 1944 (58 
Stat. 827), transferred from General Services Administrator to Interior 
Secretary by Reorg. Plan No. 15 of 1950, effective May 24, 1950.

Virgin Islands Company  Established in 1934. Reincorporated as 
Government corporation by act of June 30, 1949 (63 Stat. 350). Program 
terminated June 30, 1965, and Corporation dissolved July 1, 1966.

Virgin Islands Corporation  See Virgin Islands Company

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Visitor Facilities Advisory Commission, National  Established by act of 
Mar. 12, 1968 (82 Stat. 45). Expired Jan. 5, 1975, pursuant to act of 
Oct. 6, 1972 (86 Stat. 776).

Vocational Rehabilitation, Office of  Established to administer 
provisions of act of July 6, 1943 (57 Stat. 374). Other duties delegated 
by acts of Aug. 3, 1954 (68 Stat. 652), Nov. 8, 1965 (79 Stat. 1282), 
July 12, 1960 (74 Stat. 364), and July 10, 1954 (68 Stat. 454). 
Redesignated Vocational Rehabilitation Administration Jan. 28, 1963. 
Made component of newly created Social and Rehabilitation Service as 
Rehabilitation Services Administration by Health, Education, and Welfare 
Department reorganization of Aug. 15, 1967.

Vocational Rehabilitation Administration  See Vocational Rehabilitation, 
Office of

Voluntary Citizen Participation, State Office of  Renamed State Office 
of Voluntarism in ACTION by notice of Apr. 18, 1986 (51 FR 13265), 
effective May 18, 1986.

Volunteer Service, International, Secretariat for  Established in 1962 
by International Conference on Middle Level Manpower called by 
President. Terminated Mar. 31, 1976, due to insufficient funding.

Volunteers in Service to America  Established by act of Nov. 8, 1966 (80 
Stat. 1472). Service administered by Office of Economic Opportunity and 
functions transferred to ACTION by Reorg. Plan No. 1 of 1971, effective 
July 1, 1971.

Wage Adjustment Board  Established May 29, 1942, by Labor Secretary at 
Presidential direction of May 14, 1942, to accomplish purpose of act of 
Mar. 3, 1931 (46 Stat. 1494), as amended by acts of Aug. 30, 1935 (49 
Stat. 1011), and Jan. 30, 1942 (56 Stat. 23). Disbanded on termination 
of National Wage Stabilization Board.

Wage and Price Stability, Council on  Established in Executive Office of 
the President by act of Aug. 24, 1974 (88 Stat. 750). Abolished by EO 
12288 of Jan. 29, 1981. Funding ceased beyond June 5, 1981, by act of 
June 5, 1981 (95 Stat. 74), and authorization for appropriations 
repealed by act of Aug. 13, 1981 (95 Stat. 432).

Wage and Price Stability Program  See Wage and Price Stability, Council 
on

Wage Stabilization Board  Established by EO 10161 of Sept. 9, 1950. 
Reconstituted by EO 10377 of July 25, 1952. Terminated Apr. 30, 1953, by 
EO 10434 of Feb. 6, 1953, and acts of June 30, 1952 (66 Stat. 296), and 
June 30, 1953 (67 Stat. 131).

Wage Stabilization Board, National  See Defense Mediation Board, 
National

Wallops Flight Center, Wallops Island, VA  Formerly separate field 
installation of National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Made 
component of Goddard Space Flight Center by NASA Management Instruction 
1107.10A of Sept. 3, 1981.

War, Solid Fuels Administration for  Established in Interior Department 
by EO 9332 of Apr. 19, 1943. Absorbed Office of Solid Fuels Coordinator 
for War (originally established as Office of Solid Fuels Coordinator for 
National Defense) pursuant to Presidential letter of Nov. 5, 1941; later 
changed by Presidential letter of May 25, 1942. Terminated by EO 9847 of 
May 6, 1947.

War Assets Administration  Established in Office for Emergency 
Management by EO 9689 of Jan. 31, 1946. Functions transferred to Surplus 
Property Administration by Reorg. Plan No. 1 of 1947, effective July 1, 
1947, and agency renamed War Assets Administration. Abolished by act of 
June 30, 1949 (63 Stat. 738), and functions transferred for liquidation 
to General Services Administration.

War Assets Corporation  See Petroleum Reserves Corporation

War Claims Commission  Established by act of July 3, 1948 (62 Stat. 
1240). Abolished by Reorg. Plan No. 1 of 1954, effective July 1, 1954, 
and functions transferred to Foreign Claims Settlement Commission of the 
U.S.

War Commodities Division  Established in Office of Foreign Economic 
Coordination by State Departmental Order of Aug. 27, 1943. Office 
abolished by departmental order of Nov. 6, 1943, pursuant to EO 9380 of 
Sept. 25, 1943, which established Foreign Economic Administration in 
Office for Emergency Management.

War Communications, Board of  See Defense Communications Board

War Contracts Price Adjustment Board  Established by act of Feb. 25, 
1944 (58 Stat. 85). Abolished by act of Mar. 23, 1951 (65 Stat. 7), and 
functions transferred to Renegotiation Board, established by same act, 
and General Services Administrator.

War Damage Corporation  See War Insurance Corporation

War Department  Established by act of Aug. 7, 1789 (1 Stat. 49), 
succeeding similar department established prior to adoption of the 
Constitution. Three military departments--Army; Navy, including naval 
aviation and U.S. Marine Corps; and Air Force--reorganized under 
National Military Establishment by act of July 26, 1947 (61 Stat. 495).

War Finance Corporation  Established by act of Apr. 5, 1918 (40 Stat. 
506). Functions and obligations transferred by Reorg. Plan No. II of 
1939, effective July 1, 1939, to Treasury Secretary for liquidation not 
later than Dec. 31, 1939.

War Food Administration  See Food Production and Distribution, 
Administration of

War Information, Office of  Established in Office of Emergency 
Management by EO 9182 of June 13, 1942, consolidating Office of Facts 
and Figures; Office of Government Reports; Division of Information, 
Office for Emergency Management; and Foreign Information Service--
Outpost, Publications, and Pictorial Branches, Coordinator of 
Information. Abolished by EO 9608 of Aug. 31, 1945. Bureau of 

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Special Services and functions with respect to review of publications 
of Federal agencies transferred to Bureau of the Budget. Foreign 
information activities transferred to State Department.

War Insurance Corporation  Established Dec. 13, 1941, by act of June 10, 
1941 (55 Stat. 249). Charter filed Mar. 31, 1942. Renamed War Damage 
Corporation by act of Mar. 27, 1942 (56 Stat. 175). Transferred from 
Federal Loan Agency to Commerce Department by EO 9071 of Feb. 24, 1942. 
Returned to Federal Loan Agency by act of Feb. 24, 1945 (59 Stat. 5). 
Agency abolished by act of June 30, 1947 (61 Stat. 202), and functions 
assumed by Reconstruction Finance Corporation. Powers of War Damage 
Corporation, except for purposes of liquidation, terminated as of Jan. 
22, 1947.

War Labor Board, National  See Defense Mediation Board, National

War Manpower Commission  Established in Office for Emergency Management 
by EO 9139 of Apr. 18, 1942. Terminated by EO 9617 of Sept. 19, 1945, 
and functions, except Procurement and Assignment Service, transferred to 
Labor Department.

War Mobilization, Office of  Established by EO 9347 of May 27, 1943. 
Transferred to Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion by EO 9488 of 
Oct. 3, 1944.

War Mobilization and Reconversion, Office of  Established by act of Oct. 
3, 1944 (58 Stat. 785). Consolidated with other agencies by EO 9809 of 
Dec. 12, 1946, to form Office of Temporary Controls. Media Programming 
Division and Motion Picture Division transferred to Office of Government 
Reports, reestablished by same order. Certain other functions 
transferred to President and Commerce Secretary.

War Mobilization and Reconversion Advisory Board, Office of  Established 
by act of Oct. 3, 1944 (58 Stat. 788). Transferred to Office of 
Temporary Controls by EO 9809 of Dec. 12, 1946.

War Plants Corporation, Smaller  Established by act of June 11, 1942 (56 
Stat. 351). Functions transferred by EO 9665 of Dec. 27, 1945, to 
Reconstruction Finance Corporation and Commerce Department. Abolished by 
act of June 30, 1947 (61 Stat. 202), and functions transferred for 
liquidation to General Services Administration by Reorg. Plan No. 1 of 
1957, effective July 1, 1957.

War and Post War Adjustment Policies, Advisory Unit on  Established in 
Office of War Mobilization by Presidential direction Nov. 6, 1943. 
Report submitted Feb. 15, 1944, and Unit Director and Assistant Director 
submitted letter to Director of War Mobilization ending their work May 
12, 1944.

War Production Board  Established in Office for Emergency Management by 
EO 9024 of Jan. 16, 1942. Board terminated and successor agency, 
Civilian Production Administration, established by EO 9638 of Oct. 4, 
1945.

War Property Administration, Surplus  Established in Office of War 
Mobilization by EO 9425 of Feb. 19, 1944. Terminated on establishment of 
Surplus Property Board by act of Oct. 3, 1944 (58 Stat. 768). Surplus 
Property Administration established in Office of War Mobilization and 
Reconversion by act of Sept. 18, 1945 (59 Stat. 533), and Board 
abolished. Domestic functions of Administration merged into War Assets 
Corporation, Reconstruction Finance Corporation, by EO 9689 of Jan. 31, 
1946. Foreign functions transferred to State Department by same order. 
Transfers made permanent by Reorg. Plan No. 1 of 1947, effective July 1, 
1947.

War Refugee Board  Established in Executive Office of the President by 
EO 9417 of Jan. 22, 1944. Terminated by EO 9614 of Sept. 14, 1945.

War Relations, Agricultural, Office for  See Farm Products, Division of

War Relief Agencies, President's Committee on  Established by 
Presidential letter of Mar. 13, 1941. President's War Relief Control 
Board established by EO 9205 of July 25, 1942, to succeed Committee. 
Board terminated by EO 9723 of May 14, 1946, and functions transferred 
to State Department.

War Relief Control Board, President's  See President's Committee on War 
Relief Agencies

War Relocation Authority  Established in Office for Emergency Management 
by EO 9102 of Mar. 18, 1942. Transferred to Interior Department by EO 
9423 of Feb. 16, 1944. Terminated by EO 9742 of June 25, 1946.

War Resources Board  Established in August 1939 as advisory committee to 
work with Joint Army and Navy Munitions Board. Terminated by President 
Nov. 24, 1939.

War Resources Council  See Defense Resources Committee

War Shipping Administration  Established in Office for Emergency 
Management by EO 9054 Feb. 7, 1942. Terminated by act of July 8, 1946 
(60 Stat. 501), and functions transferred to U.S. Maritime Commission, 
effective Sept. 1, 1946.

Water, Office of Saline  Established to perform functions vested in 
Interior Secretary by act of July 29, 1971 (85 Stat. 159). Merged with 
Office of Water Resources Research to form Office of Water Research and 
Technology by Secretary's Order 2966 of July 26, 1974.

Water Commission, National  Established by act of Sept. 26, 1968 (82 
Stat. 868). Terminated Sept. 25, 1973, pursuant to terms of act.

Water Policy, Office of  Established by Interior Department Manual 
Release 2374 of Dec. 29, 1981, under authority of Assistant Secretary. 
Abolished by Secretarial Order No. 3096 of Oct. 19, 1983, and functions 
transferred to Geological Survey and Office of Policy Analysis.

Water Pollution Control Administration, Federal  Established under 
Health, Education, and Welfare Secretary by act of Oct. 2, 1965 (79 
Stat. 903). Transferred to Interior Department by Reorg. Plan No. 2 of 
1966, effective May 10, 1966. Renamed Federal Water Quality 
Administration by act of Apr. 

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3, 1970. Abolished by Reorg. Plan No. 3 of 1970, effective Dec. 2, 
1970, and functions transferred to Environmental Protection Agency.

Water and Power Resources Service  Renamed Bureau of Reclamation May 18, 
1981, by Interior Secretarial Order 3064.

Water Quality Administration, Federal  See Water Pollution Control 
Administration, Federal

Water Research and Technology, Office of  Established by Interior 
Secretarial Order 2966 of July 26, 1974. Abolished by Secretarial order 
of Aug. 25, 1982, and functions transferred to Bureau of Reclamation, 
Geological Survey, and Office of Water Policy.

Water Resources Council  Established by act of July 22, 1965 (89 Stat 
575). Inactive as of Oct. 1, 1982.

Water Resources Research, Office of  Established to perform functions 
vested in Interior Secretary by act of July 17, 1964 (78 Stat. 329). 
Merged with Office of Saline Water to form Office of Water Research and 
Technology by Secretary's Order 2966 of July 26, 1974.

Watergate Special Prosecution Force  Established by Attorney General 
order, effective May 25, 1973. Terminated by Attorney General order, 
effective June 20, 1977.

Waterways Corporation, Inland  Incorporated under act of June 3, 1924 
(43 Stat. 360). Transferred from War Department to Commerce Department 
by Reorg. Plan No. II of 1939, effective July 1, 1939. Corporation sold 
to Federal Waterways Corporation under contract of July 24, 1953. 
Renamed Federal Barge Lines, Inc. Liquidated by act of July 19, 1963 (77 
Stat. 81).

Weather Bureau  Established in Agriculture Department by act of Oct. 1, 
1890 (26 Stat. 653). Transferred to Commerce Department by Reorg. Plan 
No. IV of 1940, effective June 30, 1940. Functions transferred to 
Environmental Science Services Administration by Reorg. Plan No. 2 of 
1965, effective July 13, 1965.

Weather Control, Advisory Committee on  Established by act of Aug. 13, 
1953 (67 Stat. 559). Act of Aug. 28, 1957 (71 Stat. 426), provided for 
termination by Dec. 31, 1957.

Weights and Measures, Office of Standard  Renamed National Bureau of 
Standards by act of Mar. 3, 1901 (31 Stat. 1449). Bureau transferred 
from Treasury Department to Department of Commerce and Labor by act of 
Feb. 14, 1903 (32 Stat. 825). Bureau established within the Department 
of Commerce by act of Mar. 4, 1913 (37 Stat. 736). Renamed National 
Institute of Standards and Technology by act of Aug. 23, 1988 (102 Stat. 
1827).

Welfare Administration  Established by Health, Education, and Welfare 
Secretary's reorganization of Jan. 28, 1963. Components consisted of 
Bureau of Family Services, Children's Bureau, Office of Juvenile 
Delinquency and Youth Development, and Cuban Refugee Staff. These 
functions reassigned to Social and Rehabilitation Service by Department 
reorganization of Aug. 15, 1967.

Wilson Memorial Commission, Woodrow  Established by act of Oct. 4, 1961 
(75 Stat. 783). Terminated on submittal of final report to President and 
Congress Sept. 29, 1966.

Women, Interdepartmental Committee on the Status of  Established by EO 
11126 of Nov. 1, 1963. Terminated by EO 12050 of Apr. 4, 1978.

Women, President's Commission on the Status of  Established by EO 10980 
of Dec. 14, 1961. Submitted final report to President Oct. 11, 1963.

Women's Army Auxiliary Corps  Established by act of May 14, 1942 (56 
Stat. 278). Repealed in part and superseded by act of July 1, 1943 (57 
Stat. 371), which established Women's Army Corps. Corps abolished by 
Defense Secretary Apr. 24, 1978, pursuant to provisions of 10 U.S.C. 
125A.

Women's Business Enterprise Division  Renamed Office of Women's Business 
Enterprise by Small Business Administrator's reorganization, effective 
Aug. 19, 1981. Renamed Office of Women's Business Ownership Aug. 19, 
1982.

Women's Reserve  Established in U.S. Coast Guard by act of Nov. 23, 1942 
(56 Stat. 1020).

Women's Year, 1975, National Commission on the Observance of 
International  Established by EO 11832 of Jan. 9, 1975. Continued by act 
of Dec. 23, 1975 (89 Stat. 1003). Terminated Mar. 31, 1978, pursuant to 
terms of act.

Wood Utilization, National Committee on  Established by Presidential 
direction in 1925. Abolished by EO 6179-B of June 16, 1933.

Work Projects Administration  See Works Progress Administration

Work-Training Programs, Bureau of  Abolished by reorganization of 
Manpower Administration and functions assigned to U.S. Training and 
Employment Service, effective Mar. 17, 1969.

Working Life, Productivity and Quality of, National Center for  
Established by act of Nov. 28, 1975 (89 Stat. 935). Authorized 
appropriations expired Sept. 30, 1978, and functions assumed by National 
Productivity Council.

Works, Advisory Committee on Federal Public  Established by President 
Oct. 5, 1955. Abolished by President Mar. 12, 1961, and functions 
assigned to Bureau of the Budget.

Works Administration, Federal Civil  Established by EO 6420-B of Nov. 9, 
1933. Function of employment expired March 1934. Function of settling 
claims continued under Works Progress Administration.

Works Administration, Public  See Emergency Administration of Public 
Works, Federal

Works Agency, Federal  Established by Reorg. Plan No. I of 1939, 
effective July 1, 1939. Functions relating to defense housing 
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Public Housing Authority, National Housing Agency, by EO 9070 of Feb. 
24, 1942. Abolished by act of June 30, 1949 (63 Stat. 380), and 
functions transferred to General Services Administration.

Works Emergency Housing Corporation, Public  Established by EO 6470 of 
Nov. 29, 1933. Incorporated under laws of State of Delaware. Abolished 
and liquidated as of Aug. 14, 1935, by filing of certificate of 
surrender of corporate rights.

Works Emergency Leasing Corporation, Public  Incorporated Jan. 3, 1934, 
under laws of Delaware by direction of Administrator of Public Works. 
Terminated with filed certificate of dissolution with secretary of state 
of Delaware Jan. 2, 1935.

Works Progress Administration  Established by EO 7034 of May 6, 1935, 
and continued by subsequent yearly emergency relief appropriation acts. 
Renamed Work Projects Administration by Reorg. Plan No. I of 1939, 
effective July 1, 1939, which provided for consolidation of Works 
Progress Administration into Federal Works Agency. Transferred by 
President to Federal Works Administrator Dec. 4, 1942.

Works, Special Board of Public  See Land Program, Director of

Yards and Docks, Bureau of  Established by acts of Aug. 31, 1842 (5 
Stat. 579), and July 5, 1862 (12 Stat. 510). Abolished by Defense 
Department reorg. order of Mar. 9, 1966, and functions transferred to 
Navy Secretary (31 FR 7188).

Youth Administration, National  Established in Works Progress 
Administration by EO 7086 of June 26, 1935. Transferred to Federal 
Security Agency by Reorg. Plan No. I of 1939, effective July 1, 1939. 
Transferred to Bureau of Training, War Manpower Commission, by EO 9247 
of Sept. 17, 1942. Terminated by act of July 12, 1943 (57 Stat. 539).

Youth Crime, President's Committee on Juvenile Delinquency and  
Established by EO 10940 of May 11, 1961. Terminated by EO 11529 of Apr. 
24, 1970.

Youth Fitness, President's Council on  Established by EO 10673 of July 
16, 1956. Renamed President's Council on Physical Fitness by EO 11074 of 
Jan. 8, 1963. Renamed President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports 
by EO 11398 of Mar. 4, 1968.

Youth Opportunity, President's Council on  Established by EO 11330 of 
Mar. 5, 1967. Inactive as of June 30, 1971; EO 11330 revoked by EO 12379 
of Aug. 17, 1982.

Youth Programs, Office of  Established in Interior Department by 
Secretarial Order No. 2985 of Jan. 7, 1965. Functions moved to Office of 
Historically Black College and University Programs and Job Corps, Office 
of the Secretary, by Departmental Manual Release 2788 of Mar. 22, 1988.