subagency


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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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Owing to these overlapping institutions at both the agency and subagency level, oftentimes more than one (sub)agency possesses authority over the same immigration issue, subject matter, or foreign national.
A listing of each department (sometimes by agency or subagency) and the number of datasets they have uploaded to the website, is also available at Data.gov.
Likewise, for all the pain involved, lost jobs aren't the equal of 800 members of Coos and Lower Umpqua tribes, in the early 1860s, being forcibly marched from the southern coast, over Cape Perpetua, to a "subagency" in Yachats.
a more objective measure, but historical data at the subagency level are
Each Provincial Reconstruction Team, Task Force, brigade, squadron, base, command, agency, subagency and ice cream stand seems to have its own press office.
In 1983, a year before White was diagnosed with AIDS and subsequently pushed into the national spotlight, the Food and Drug Administration, a subagency of the Department of Health and Human Services that regulates the nation's collection of blood and blood products, barred from donating blood any man who'd had sexual contact with another man (or "MSM," in FDA parlance) since 1977.
at 3439, states that "[e]ach agency shall maintain on its Web site--or as a link on an agency's Web site to the electronic list posted on a component or subagency's Web site--a current list of its significant guidance documents in effect." Id.
Department of Commerce has articulated the need to reverse the seafood deficit, and under the leadership of its subagency, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), has a stated goal of increasing the value of the U.S.
And, if that's not enough, each agency and subagency of the federal government is compelled to attach its own component supplement regulations.
Unfortunately, at the same time, the administration was letting grants for Iraq programs at the National Democratic Institute--a subagency of the NED--dwindle to close to zero.
However, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the subagency formerly known as the Health Care Financing Administration, determined not to pay for certain uses of the gamma camera.
This tests to see if the agency, or subagency, has some measure of control or direct contact in regard to its website.