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Within the hierarchy of the federal bureaucracy, the cabinet is higher than independent agencies. higher than the vice president. lower than executive departments. lower than administrators and staff.
Within the hierarchy of the federal bureaucracy, the cabinet is higher than independent agencies.
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Within the hierarchy of the federal bureaucracy, the cabinet is higher than independent agencies.

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