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subagency

An agent who operates under the authority of another agent. Typically, the listing broker has the direct agency relationship with the seller of real property. Other real estate brokers may attempt to sell the same property and act as a subagent for the seller rather than acting as the agent for the buyer.

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A second attribute of immigration innovation concerns overlapping authority across various subagencies that exercise enforcement discretion, creating novel opportunities for dialogue and enhancing the potential for different actors--with their respective interests, perspectives, and pedigrees--to influence agency policy.
The Department of the Interior is fielding multiple subagencies to support the unified command.
Provided that the Department begins to publicly, explicitly support grant awards in inertial fusion research and technology development for energy applications on a competitive, merit-reviewed basis, the Committee does not currently have a position on where within the Department this new program should primarily reside, or whether its activities should be distributed through several DOE subagencies.
There's still a lack of communication, even between the different subagencies at the Department of Homeland Security.
Members include USTR Commerce, DHS, DOJ, and State, as well as and their subagencies.
First, users can browse by government agency and subagencies within federal departments.
GSA recruited twenty-seven agencies and subagencies to invite their respective teleworkers to complete an online survey.
The strategic and annual performance plans of the Departments of Transportation and Health and Human Services contain few references to coordination relating to their subagencies and programs that fund transportation services for the transportation disadvantaged, and the plans of the Departments of Labor and Education do not mention coordinating these services.
A multiple counseling agency is operationally defined as consisting of one or more subagencies, each with a separate director and staff having no daily physical interaction (e.
government has supported computing and related technologies through the policies and programs of many different agencies and subagencies both inside and outside of DOD.
Leaders of the Public Buildings Administration, another of Fleming's subagencies, would plan federal buildings as part of the civic center redevelopments taking place in many cities.
The organization is divided into subagencies denoted by such names as districts, divisions and sectors.