Executive branch of government is the part of government that has sole authority and Moral responsibility for the daily administration of the state bureaucracy. The division of power into separate branches of government is central to the idea of the separation of powers.
Disclosing elected officials on government websites
Websites sponsored by the government should include information about who serves as the Executive Officer, usually a Governor, Mayor or Superintendent and their staff.
The website should include:
- The names of all elected officials and their biographies.
- Contact information for all elected officials. Contact information should include a physical address, a telephone number and an e-mail address.
- The website should include information about terms of office and date of next election.
- If the elected official was elected in a partisan election, the website should indicate the party affiliation of each elected politician on its governing board.
- Any financial disclosures and conflict-of-interest statements (if required by the government entity) should be posted online.
- Committee appointments
- Voting record
- Salaries and Pension information
- Executive Branch, www.dictionary.reference.com
- ... central to the democratic idea of Separation of Powers, www.reference.com