5 CFR 960.102 - Authority and status.

§ 960.102 Authority and status.
Federal Executive Boards are established by direction of the President in order to strengthen the management and administration of Executive Branch activities in selected centers of field operations. Federal Executive Boards are organized and function under the authority of the Director.

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Presidential Documents

Memorandum ... Nov. 10, 1961