Executive Order No. 292 [BOOK III/Title III/Chapter 10-Functions of the Agencies Under the Office of the President]

CHAPTER 10

Functions of the Agencies Under the Office of the President

SECTION 30. Functions of Agencies Under the Office of the President.—Agencies under the Office of the President shall continue to operate and function in accordance with their respective charters or laws creating them, except as otherwise provided in this Code or by law.

SECTION 31. Continuing Authority of the President to Reorganize his Office.—The President, subject to the policy in the Executive Office and in order to achieve simplicity, economy and efficiency, shall have continuing authority to reorganize the administrative structure of the Office of the President. For this purpose, he may take any of the following actions:

(1) Restructure the internal organization of the Office of the President Proper, including the immediate Offices, the Presidential Special Assistants/Advisers System and the Common Staff Support System, by abolishing, consolidating or merging units thereof or transferring functions from one unit to another;

(2) Transfer any function under the Office of the President to any other Department or Agency as well as transfer functions to the Office of the President from other Departments and Agencies; and

(3) Transfer any agency under the Office of the President to any other department or agency as well as transfer agencies to the Office of the President from other departments or agencies.

Executive Order No. 292
ADMINISTRATIVE CODE OF 1987