Administrative Agencies Presentation

TEAM D
Kahn Morris
Roshonda Warr
Stephanie Riker
ETH/321
05/29/2017
Christine Benway
Administration Agencies

The Vision
 Administration agencies provide laws for
social economics, and they are delegated by
Congress. These types of agencies have
limited powers they are considered
lawmakers. "Administrative agencies are
established by Article 1 Section1 of the
federal constitution which reads: "[a]ll
legislative Powers herein granted shall be
vested in a Congress of the United States."
("Us Legal ", 1997-2016).
Environmental Protection Agency

The Environmental Protection Agency was
founded in the Executive Branch as an
independent agency dedicated to
Reorganization Plan No. 3 of 1970, effective
December 2, 1970.

 
 
Securities Exchange Act

The SEC is a federal commission that resulted
from the Securities Act of 1933 and the
Securities Exchange Act of 1934 enacted by
Congress after the great depression.
Small Business Administration
(SBA)

Small Business Regulatory Fairness Act
(SBRFA) corrects on going issues with small
businesses by permitting judicial review with
the Regulatory Flexibility Act (RFA)
Agency regulations and how agencies
create compliance requirements for
businesses.
Air Enforcement

The Clean Air Act (CAA) is one of the many
regulations enforced the EPA
Agency regulations and how agencies
create compliance requirements for
businesses.

Federal Court Actions used by the SEC.
Agency regulations and how agencies
create compliance requirements for
businesses.

Small Business Investment Act of 1958
This act is used by the SBA to assists small
firms.
Conclusion
 Administrative agencies are another word for
bureaucracy, in the end, they result in a centralized
organization whether it is public or private. The
administration is there to execute and oversee the law
which is why there are several branches. If the
president and all the cabinet were to leave today or
tomorrow; change will not happen overnight.
Therefore, the bureaucracy is used to maintain the
law, not officials. For example, the mayor of a town
or senator can't personally oversee all the U.S.'s
needs, so the agencies are empowered to do it for
them.
References 
 Farlex. (2017). The Free Dictionary: Environmental Protection Agency. Retrieved
from http://legaldictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Environmental+Protection+Agency

U.S. EPA (2017). EPA Laws and Regulations. Retrieved
from https://19january2017snapshot.epa.gov/enforcement_.html

U.S. Small Business Administration (2017). Small Business Administration. Retrieved
from https://www.sba.gov/about-sba

U.S. Security and Exchange Commission (2017). Security Exchange Act. Retrieved
 from https://www.investor.gov/introduction-investing/basics/role-sec

U.S Securities and Exchange Commission (2016). Regulatory Actions. Retrieved
from https://www.sec.gov/litigation/litreleases.shtm

US Legal . (1997-2016). Retrieved from https://system.uslegal.com/administrative-
agencies/ Summarize the results if things go as proposed