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Whitehouse Decision

A slang term for a policy or other decision that only the CEO and/or other members of upper management are permitted to make. Whitehouse decisions may have far-reaching consequences.
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officials say that a White House decision to approve expanded aid has been expected for more than a week.
Pray, a 27-year veteran of the Air Force, retired in 2007 to accept a position as the executive secretary of the National Security Council, where he was responsible for managing policy formulation in support of the president of the United States and other senior White House decision makers.
Meanwhile, calling the White House decision "dangerous", Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich tweeted that every American should worry about Obama giving up control of the internet to an undefined group.
Yet it should also not come as a surprise, especially after the White House decision to suspend major portions of military aid to Egypt during the government shutdown debacle, which naturally forced Egypt to broaden its security cooperation ties with other countries to preserve its basic national security priorities.
The approval followed a White House decision to turn over to Congress several secret Justice Department memos that may have been used to justify the president's ability to authorize the targeted killing of Americans.
Francisco 'Quico' Canseco, even as Texas Democrats kept up the pressure against Canseco over immigration policy, accusing him of 'running and hiding' from weighing in on a White House decision to halt deportation of 800,000 young illegal immigrants.
The officials would speak about the collection of intelligence and White House decision making only on the condition that they not be named.
The White House decision was aimed at sowing discord between Iranian people and officials, Mehman-Parast stated.
on Sunday the White House decision to establish a bipartisan commission to
lt;p>Not even 10 days into Obama's presidency, some privacy advocates are expressing concern about a White House decision permitting the use of persistent Internet cookies in YouTube video files embedded on the redesigned WhiteHouse.
The senator also said that he doubted that the White House decision not to re-nominate General Peter Pace as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff presaged any strategy shift for Iraq.
Rather than conceiving of wholesale alternatives, therefore, it may make more practical sense to think in terms of fleshing out the basic model by examining some of the factors that create contingencies for structuring White House decision processes.
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