The Trump administration is set to propose the merger of the laboratory Department with the Department of education, according to the reports.
The Trump management will propose the merger of the laboratory Department with the Department of education, as part of a larger effort to reorganize the Federal government, The Wall Street Journal reported late Wednesday.
The formal announcement is scheduled for Thursday morning, but the journal reports that the proposed reorganization requires the approval by the Congress.
The reported proposal for a revival of the long-held conservative ambitions, which dates back at least two decades. In the 1990s, Republican legislators the merger of the training and the work of the departments with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) proposed. The new Agency would be called the Department of education and employment, but these plans never get off the ground.
According to the magazine, the Department of education is one of the smallest facilities of the Federal government, approximately 3,900 employees. The paper reported that the workforce will shrink by 10 percent, the result of a hiring freeze initiated by President Trump, soon after he took office.
The Department was promised to one of the three authorities, Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry has to eliminate them during the 2012 campaign. The proposal was overshadowed as Perry, now the Secretary of energy, the name of one of the agencies, during a TV debate.
The Ministry of labour has reported that 15,000 employees and has a wide variety of tasks, including the compilation of employment statistics and enforcement of Federal wage laws.
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