- a federal department in the executive branch of the government of the United States
- department of education
- department of energy
- department of health and human services
- department of homeland security
- department of housing and urban development
- department of justice
- department of labor
- department of state
- department of the interior
- department of the treasury
- department of transportation
- department of veterans affairs
- department of commerce and labor
- department of health education and welfare
- navy department
- war department
- These rules may be modified by the Chief Executive of the Agency where the needs of the department so require.
- The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) will have statutory responsibility through its executive agency Small Business Service (SBS).
- a legal department under the administrative authority of the Executive Secretary-General which shall work closely with the Legal Services of the Council and of the Commission,
- It is appropriate for remuneration committees to exercise caution when hiring remuneration consultants in order to ensure that the same consultants do not advise the human resources department of the company or executive or managing directors at the same time.
- When using the services of a consultant with a view to obtaining information on market standards for remuneration systems, the remuneration committee should ensure that the consultant concerned does not at the same time advise the human resources department or executive or managing directors of the company concerned.
- for five consecutive years in an executive position, of which at least three years involved technical duties and responsibility for at least one department of the company, if the beneficiary can prove that he has received, for the activity in question, previous training of at least three years' duration, as attested by a certificate recognised by the Member State or judged by a competent professional body to be fully valid.
- Thus, an article which appeared in La Libre Belgique of 19 May 2003  quotes SNCB’s press department, which explains that Belgium had still not notified the Commission of the rescue measures on 19 May 2003, whereas the framework agreement had been signed on 7 April 2003, by the fact that ‘the federal authority is [was] to have its say’. In an article which appeared in March 2003 on the website www.cheminots.be, Karel Vinck, at the time the Chief Executive of SNCB, was quoted on the subject of the ABX and IFB cases as follows: ‘He demands sufficient financial headroom for the management of the company.’