On November 18, , following the election of George H.W. Bush as president, . Ronald Reagan issued Executive Order No. , entitled “Assignment of. During the funding lapse, is not being supported. If data feeds are not available from GPO, will not be. Executive Order of March 16, .. , and sections (3)-(4) of Executive Order of November 18, , are revoked.
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My understanding is that organizations in the Executive Branch have been asked to comment on the appropriateness for revision and revocation of E. I am suggesting the revocation of that Executive Order and the incorporation into it the underlying principles of NSDD  concerning mobilization.
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That NSDD and its partial supersession by NSDD would be encompassed in a new Executive Order that would be all-hazards for domestic catastrophic events and would place the Vice President of the United States in a leadership role while still subject to the direction, control and delegation of the Chief Executive of the United States, the President. While the new order would impact all civilian agencies it would not impact either the military chain of command or the President’s role as Commander In Chief.
Because it would impact all civil organizations housed in DOD it would make clearer the civil military relationships and civilian control of the military by the Commander In Chief. My text absent the incorporation of NSDD and is as follows: National Emergency Preparedness and Mobilization Policy.
A catastrophic domestic incident or event is any occurrence, including natural disaster, military attack, technological emergency, or other emergency, that seriously degrades or seriously threatens any element of the federal government, the STATES and their local units and prevents that federal system from protecting the lives and property of individuals residing in the United States.
Policy for preparing, mobilizing, oe, preventing, responding or recovery from such events and mitigating such in order to promote resilience of the United States to such a catastrophic domestic event shall be established by the President.
These assignments are based, whenever possible, on extensions of the regular missions of the departments and agencies. Plans so developed may be executed only in the event that authority for such execution is otherwise authorized by law.
As used in this Order, preparedness functions and 1265 include, as appropriate, policies, plans, procedures, and readiness measures that enhance the ability of the United States Government and the STATES, and the private sector to mobilize for, respond to, and recover from any catastrophic incident or event.
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Management of Catastrophic Civil Preparedness and Mobilization. All Cabinet members and agency heads shall be consulted regarding catastrophic national preparedness and mobilization programs, functions, and activities.
The head of each Federal department and agency, as appropriate, shall: The head of each Federal department and agency shall ensure the continuity of essential functions in any national security emergency by providing for: The federal government shall support with appropriate guidance and funding STATE continuity of government. The head of each Federal department and agency, as appropriate within assigned areas of 126566, shall: Federal Benefit, Insurance, and Loan Programs.
112656 The head of each Federal department and agency that administers a loan, insurance, or benefit programs that relies upon the Federal Government payment system shall coordinate 112656 the Secretary of the Treasury in developing plans for the continuation or restoration, to the extent feasible, of such programs in national security emergencies. The Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy and the heads of Federal departments and agencies having significant research and development programs shall advise the Vice President and the President of scientific and technological developments that should be considered in catastrophic civil preparedness and mobilization planning.
The head of each Federal department and agency is hereby authorized, to the extent otherwise permitted by law, to redelegate the functions assigned by this Order, and authorize successive re-delegations to organizations, officers, or employees within that department or agency, and where appropriate to cross-delegate to eoo departments and agencies with the permission of the Vice President or President.
Retention of Existing Authority.
Nothing in this Order shall be deemed to derogate from existing statutory assignments of functions to any Federal department or agency or officer thereof. Executive Order Noas amended, is hereby revoked. This Order is effective immediately. Posted by The Vacation Lane Group at 8: Newer Post Older Post Home.