How Agencies are Created (Intro)
How Agencies are Created (Intro) POSC 475
Cal State Fullerton
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Date Created: 02/22/16
How are agencies created? (Legislative Controls) 2/24/16 8:05 PM Congress has power to pass legislation Creates agency to promulgate rules Enables Legislation *** Congress creates scope of an agency Defines jurisdiction Staff agency: cabinet agency -‐ serves president Line agency: serves the people Rule promulgation procedures Proposes to federal register -‐ publish rules they want to make Congress then schedules hearings for people to provide input Makes decisions (called rules) AKA SUBSTANTIVE RULES 1. Interpretive rules: what do the terms mean? 2. Procedural rules: how to function as an agency 3. Substantive rules: consequence rules -‐ if you don't follow this-‐ this will happen Informal rule making: hearings to provide inputs Adjudication: a trial (called an order not a ru) "for this particular agency they must go through adjudication to pass rules. Congress can determine whether rules must be done formally or informally, as a way to control power of the agency. 10th amendment gives powers not listed in constitution to the people and the states. All decisions have 3 consequences 1. Political 2. Social 3. Literal Congress has power of oversight. Can hold agencies accountable Guidance legislation: applies to all agencies Not agency specific Enabling legislation: agency specific
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