Government institutions are enduring organizations that a society creates to govern and to administer public services. These are typically created at the national, regional and local level to provide the functions of government such as law and order, national defense and public services. The following are common examples of government institutions.
City Clerk's Office
Comptroller & Auditors
Department of State
Economic Development Agencies
Environmental Protection Agencies
House of Representatives
Law Enforcement Agencies
President or Prime Minister
Revenue & Taxation
SummaryGovernment institutions are enduring structures that provide the functions of government. These are often broadly organized into three branches of government known as the legislative, executive and judicial branches. The following is a basic overview of government institutions with additional examples.Next: Institutions
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