It undoes some of the progress made after 9/11 to push information out of agency silos and share it widely across the government.
But Miranda Green reports that not even the House GOP has targeted the agency.
At the agency, clients participate in therapy groups and learn leadership techniques.
(Agencies, Haaretz) Pro-Hamas bloc wins control of UN agency union - Hamas wins 25 of 27 seats in UNRWA union election in Gaza.
Jon Huntsman simply referred to the agency as an “unguided regulatory missile” that will limit free commerce.
I wandered about all day and every day from agency to agency.
But the change had been effected among these by the agency of extreme want.
From the first, too, the agency of women was an important feature.
He fell to them with only a perfunctory acknowledgment of my agency in procuring them.
Among others, she one day asked him if he had applied at the agency offices.
1650s, "active operation," from Medieval Latin agentia, noun of state from Latin agentem (nominative agens) "effective, powerful," present participle of agere (see act (n.)). Meaning "establishment where business is done for another" first recorded 1861.