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What does AGUS stand for?

AGUS stands for Attorney General of the United States

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  • Military and Government

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Maurer Team: Government Accountability Office: Homeland Security and Justice Phone: (202) 512-9627 Recommendations for Executive Action ---------- Recommendation: The Attorney General of the United states should direct the Bureau of Prisons (BOP) Director to direct the BOP Director to establish a plan for the remaining steps needed to implement ISDI that describes the key tasks necessary for its implementation, assigns responsibility for these tasks, and establishes time lines for implementation.
Prior to becoming an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States in July 1941, Robert Jackson was a leading lawyer in western New York State (1913-1933), the General Counsel of the Treasury Department's Bureau of Revenue (1934-1935), an Associate Attorney General in the Tax and Antitrust Divisions (1936-1937), Solicitor General of the United States (1938-1939), and Attorney General of the United States (1940-1941).
406-2(b)(2) by revising the responsibility for determining when a contractor is not in compliance with the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) to include both the Attorney General of the United States and the Secretary of Homeland Security.
Byline: The Register-Guard The attorney general of the United States has an enormous job that demands rigorous managerial efficiency.
Furthermore, the Act requires that the Secretary of the Treasury, Secretary of State, and Attorney General of the United States certify each "act of terrorism.