Executive Order 9781

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Signed by President  Harry S. Truman  Thursday, September 19, 1946 Federal Register  page & date: 11 FR 10645, Saturday, September 21, 1946
See the Notes section for a listing of Executive Orders affected by or related to the issuance of this Executive Order.

Executive Order 9781 of September 19, 1946

Establishing the Air Coordinating Committee


By virtue of the authority vested in me as President of the United States, and in order to provide for the fullest development and coordination of the aviation policies and activities of the Federal agencies, and in the interest of the internal management of the Government, it is hereby ordered as follows:


1.
(a)   There is hereby established the Air Coordinating Committee (hereinafter referred to as the Committee) which shall have as members one representative from each of the following-named agencies (hereinafter referred to as the participating agencies): The State, War, Post Office, Navy, and Commerce Departments and the Civil Aeronautics Board. The members shall be designated by the respective heads of the participating agencies. The President shall name one of the members as the Chairman of the Committee. The Director of the Bureau of the Budget shall designate a representative of the Bureau as a non-voting member of the Committee.
(b)   Each officer or body authorized under subparagraph 1 (a) hereof to designate a member of the Committee shall also designate one or more alternate members, as may be necessary.
(c)   The Committee shall establish procedures to provide for participation, including participation in voting, by a representative of any agency not named in subparagraph 1 (a) hereof in connection with such aviation matters as are of substantial interest to that agency.
2.   The Committee shall examine aviation problems and development affecting more than one participating agency; develop and recommend integrated policies to be carried out and actions to be taken by the participating agencies or by any other Government agency charged with responsibility in the aviation field; and, to the extent permitted by law, coordinate the aviation activities of such agencies expect activities relating to the exercise of quasi-judicial functions.
3.   The Committee shall consult with Federal interagency boards and committees concerned in any manner with aviation activities; and consult with the representatives of the Untied States to the Provisional International Civil Aviation Organization or to the permanent successor thereof and recommend to the Department of State general policy directives and instructions for the guidance of the said representatives.
4.   The Committee, after obtaining the views of the head of each agency concerned, shall submit to the president, together with the said views, (a) such of the Committee's recommendations on aviation policies as require the attention of the President by reason of their character or importance, (b) those important aviation questions the disposition of which is prevented by the inability of the agencies concerned to agree, (c) an annual report of the Committee's activities during each calendar year, to be submitted not later than January 31 of the next succeeding year, and (d) such interim reports as may be necessary or desirable.
5.   The heads of the participating agencies shall cause their respective agencies to use the facilities of the Committee in all appropriate circumstances and, consonant with law, to provide the Committee with such personnel assistance as may be necessary.
Signature of Harry S. Truman
Harry S. Truman
The White House,
September 19, 1946.

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See Related:
  • Transfer Order 5 of the Secretary of Defense dated December 31, 1947 ( 13 FR 218 )


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