assessment of the secretarial system and proposed realignments of the executive branch.

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Commonwealth of Virginia, Office of the Governor , [Richmond
Administrative agencies -- Virginia -- Reorganization., Executive departments -- Virginia -- Reorganiza



Other titlesGovernor"s report on critical reevaluation.
LC ClassificationsJK3938 1984 .V58 1984
The Physical Object
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