Executive Offices and Departments
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Executive Offices and Departments
One of the four arms of Habbo White House is the Executive Branch, also known as the Cabinet. The Executive Branch consists of the Executive Office of the President and the various executive offices and departments that work together to operate the White House on a day-to-day basis.
The Executive Branch houses the President's senior staff, and key staff who lead the various executive offices and departments. These are the most senior executives of the establishment and each hold a position with an in command status from the seventh in-command all the way to the first in-command. As of now, the following is the current structure of the Executive Branch of the White House:
|Executive Office of the President|
|Executive Offices||Executive Departments|
|Office of Government and Legislative Affairs||Department of State|
|Office of Communications||Department of the Treasury|
|Office of Public Engagement||Department of Defense|
|Department of Justice|
|Department of Veteran Affairs|
Executive Office of the President
The Executive Office of the President (EOP) is the highest executive administrative body in the White House. Members are immediate confidants of the President’s closest and most experienced staff, and these individuals are collectively responsible for the well-being and day-to-day operations of the White House.
The Executive Office of the President consists of the Office of the President, Office of the Vice President. It also consists of the Office of the White House Chief of Staff, who is responsible for personnel, operations, and policy implementation. Reporting to the Chief of Staff also consists of the two Deputy Chiefs of Staff. The Executive Office of the President also consists of the National Security Advisor.
Office of Government and Legislative Affairs
The Office of Government Legislative Affairs is an office that resides within the Executive Office of the President. It is responsible for ensuring and pursuing the legislative and governmental agenda of the President, advising the President on legan and legislative affairs. Members of the office work in drafting the legislative agenda of the Administration and providing legal advice, representation, and services to the President and the Executive Office.
Office of Communications
The Office of Communications is an executive office which is responsible for external and internal communications of the White House. The office is mainly responsible for the dissemination of information via press releases or public briefings, graphics, and even journalism.
Office of Public Engagement
The Office of Communications is an executive office which is responsible for external and internal engagement and outreach of the White House. The office is mainly responsible for the planning and hosting of White House Events, engaging the White House community and to assure that the White House is known to the wider Habbo Community.
Department of State
The Department of State is in charge of managing and maintaining Alliances. The Department ensures Alliances are following our Alliance policy and overseeing, adding or removing Alliances of the White House. The Department also works closely with the Department of Defense for security-related issues and foreign threats. The Department is tasked with being the chief negotiator on behalf of the White House for creating and establishing partnerships and treaties with foreign organizations.
Department of the Treasury
The Department of the Treasury is an executive department within the White House, which is responsible for the management of financial affairs, financial benefits, taxation, employment salaries, room and badge registry, estate, transportation, and the White House Shop.
Department of Defense
The Department of Defense is responsible primarily for the internal and external security and structural stability of the White House and its employees. The Department is tasked with ensuring that the security infrastructure of the organization is safe, and is further responsible for neutralizing foreign threats who aim to harm members of the White House or its allies and takes security extremely seriously as its highest priority.
In addition, the department manages policies such as the Defense Condition (DEFCON) level, provide assistance to security matters both in-game and out-of-game (when necessary), and maintains records such as those who are on National Punishment, Ban on Sight, and Blacklists. Further, the Department of Defense at the White House highly condemns the use of illegal internet warfare and aims to shield members of the organization from any harmful threat.
Department of Justice
The Department of Justice is an executive department within the White House, which is responsible for the administration and implementation of justice. The Department is responsible for enforcing federal law and provides oversight on the hiring of members of the U.S. Judiciary. This includes the Bar Exam, and Department of Justice Reviews to certify that new members know our laws, and can be an effective administrator of justice to all our employees.
Department of Veteran Affairs
The Department of Veteran Affairs is an executive department within the White House, which is responsible for veterans, VIPs, and all external visitors to the White House. The Department of Veteran Affairs is committed to managing our respected Veterans and VIPs. In addition to overseeing their conduct in the White House, the department is also responsible for all Veteran and VIP applications. They oversee the process of unemployed Veterans returning to work at the White House as well.
Updated on 28/Sep/2020 9:28 PM BST by Bicameralist