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FSAFighter Support Aircraft (US DoD)
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(41) Both plans built upon the programs of the Federal Security Agency. Under the terms of the Reorganization Act of 1949, a plan could be rejected by the adoption of a simple resolution in either house of Congress.
The HEW plan had been prepared by Oveta Culp Hobby, whom Eisenhower had named to head the Federal Security Agency. A former commander of the Women's Army Corps who had served under Eisenhower in the European theater during World War II and an ardent personal supporter of his presidential candidacy, she was elevated to become the first head of the new department.
Establishment of the new department involved only the components of the Federal Security Agency. The 1946 consolidation of congressional committees resulted in Senate panels on finance and on labor and public welfare and in House panels on education and labor and on ways and means, which would largely have legislative and oversight jurisdiction over the programs of the new department.
620), was transferred to the Federal Security Agency by Reorganization Plan 1 of 1939 (53 Stat.
However, yesterday a spokesman for the Federal Security Agency in Moscow denied knowledge of any such report.
In Washington, he was an advisor to the Bureau of Public Assistance of the Social Security Administration, helping with the initial Social Security regulations, and later became a senior administrative officer with the Federal Security Agency.
The most significant change was the dissolution of the Commission and the absorption of its compensation functions into the Federal Security Agency.
It was not until the end of World War II and the creation of the Federal Security Agency to absorb the Commission and a variety of other Federal agencies that the remnants of the depression era finally faded away.
Under President Truman's Reorganization Plan Number 2 of May 16, 1946, the Commission was abolished, and its functions were transferred to the Federal Security Agency on July 16, 1946.
There is no accurate estimate of the numbers of individuals that were carried forward into the Federal Security Agency and, ultimately, the Department of Labor, but the number was undoubtedly large.
Not long after the Bureau of Employees' Compensation was created by the Federal Security Agency, President Truman created the Hoover Commission to study the structure of the executive branch and provide him with recommendations to strengthen and improve its efficiency.
Probably the strongest argument that supported the transfer of the Federal Security Agency functions to the Department of Labor was that the Department had responsibility for workplace safety programs and accident prevention programs in and out of Government.
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