An updated list of presidential Secretaries?
Like these, but i need the updated list for a presidential cabinet project, but i need all the ... i don't know what u call them... secrataries?
These people :
Secretary of State
Department of State (1789):
Works with other countries.
Secretary of the Treasury
Department of the Treasury (1789):
Supervises the collection of taxes and the printing of money.
Secretary of Defense
Department of Defense (1947):
Oversees the armed forces.
Department of Justice (1870):
Enforces the U.S. Government's laws.
Secretary of the Interior
Department of the Interior (1849):
Protects natural resources and wildlife.
Secretary of Agriculture
Department of Agriculture (1862):
Ensures a healthy food supply and provides support for farmers.
Secretary of Commerce
Department of Commerce (1903):
Promotes business and job opportunities for all Americans, responsible for all copyrights, patents, and trademarks; and oversees matters related to oceans, weather, and technology.
Secretary of Labor
Department of Labor (1913):
Oversees the interests of U.S. workers.
Secretary of Health & Human Services
Department of Health and Human Services (1953):
Looks after people's health and provides services including conducting medical research, preventing diseases, assuring the safety of food and drugs; providing financial assistance for low income families.
Secretary of Housing & Development
Department of Housing and Urban Development (1965):
Oversees housing needs, and focuses on improving and developing communities.
Secretary of Transportation
Department of Transportation (1966):
Oversees the nation's transportation system including highways, railroads, ports, and air travel.
Secretary of Energy
Department of Energy (1977):
Researches and develops energy systems that are friendly to the environment, but are not too expensive.
Secretary of Education
Department of Education (1979):
Establishes guidelines and provides leadership to address American education. It helps local communities meet the needs of their students.
Secretary of Veterans Affairs
Department of Veterans Affairs (1988):
Operates programs for veterans and their families.
Secretary of Homeland Security
Department of Homeland Security (2003):
Works to prevent terrorist attacks within the United States, reduce America's vulnerability to terrorism, and minimize the damage from potential attacks and natural disasters.
Only i need the updated list. u know where i can find it?
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Department Office Incumbent Image in Office since
Department of State Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton January 21, 2009
Department of the Treasury Secretary of the Treasury Timothy Geithner January 26, 2009
Department of Defense Secretary of Defense Robert Gates December 6, 2006
Department of Justice Attorney General Eric Holder February 2, 2009
Department of the Interior Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar January 21, 2009
Department of Agriculture Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack January 21, 2009
Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Shaun Donovan January 26, 2009
Department of Transportation Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood January 21, 2009
Department of Energy Secretary of Energy Steven Chu January 21, 2009
Department of Education Secretary of Education Arne Duncan January 21, 2009
Department of Veterans' Affairs Secretary of Veterans' Affairs Eric Shinseki January 21, 2009
Department of Homeland Security Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano