Federal Employees and Lawmakers Exempt from Mask-Mandate

D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser’s most recent mask mandate, which orders three-year-olds to cover their faces, exempts lawmakers and government employees while they are “on duty.”

3 thoughts on “Federal Employees and Lawmakers Exempt from Mask-Mandate”

  1. I think that the following list shows the departments and employees under the Executive Branch of US government that must wear the mask when on duty. And I also suggest that these officers and employees of these Executive departments that are located in the D.C. Muriel Bowser’s jurisdiction wear these masks at all times to save our government enforcement cost expenditures and to prevent selective enforcement of this rule. If this is not done to satisfy the legal requirements of a mayor’s “mandate”, then the mandate is null and void and shall be officially rescinded and withdrawn by the mayor.

    3 Executive Office of the President

    3.1 White House Office

    4 United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)

    4.1 Office of the Secretary of Agriculture
    4.2 Under Secretary of Agriculture for Farm Production and Conservation (FPAC)
    4.3 Under Secretary of Agriculture for Food, Nutrition, and Consumer Services (FNCS)
    4.4 Under Secretary of Agriculture for Food Safety
    4.5 Under Secretary of Agriculture for Marketing and Regulatory Programs (MRP)
    4.6 Under Secretary of Agriculture for Natural Resources and Environment (NRE)
    4.7 Under Secretary of Agriculture for Research, Education, and Economics (REE)
    4.8 Office of the Under Secretary for Rural Development (RD)
    4.9 Office of the Under Secretary for Trade and Foreign Agricultural Affairs (TFAA)

    5 United States Department of Commerce

    5.1 Office of the Secretary (OS)

    6 United States Department of Defense (DOD)

    6.1 Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD)
    6.2 Universities and Research Institutes
    6.3 Unified Combatant Commands
    6.4 Joint Agencies
    6.5 Department of the Army
    6.6 Department of the Navy
    6.7 Department of the Air Force

    7 United States Department of Education

    7.1 Office of the Secretary of Education (OSE)
    7.2 Office of Deputy Secretary of Education (ODSE)
    7.3 Institute of Education Sciences (IES)
    7.4 Office of the Under Secretary (OUS)
    7.5 White House Initiatives and Operating Commissions
    7.6 Advisory Bodies
    7.7 Federally-Aided Corporations

    8 United States Department of Energy
    9 United States Department of Health and Human Services
    10 United States Department of Homeland Security

    10.1 Agencies and Offices, Library and Coast Guard, and Teams and schools
    10.2 Offices and Councils
    10.3 Management
    10.4 National Protection and Programs
    10.5 Science and Technology

    11 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development

    11.1 Agencies
    11.2 Offices and Centers and Library and University
    11.3 Corporation

    12 United States Department of the Interior

    14 United States Department of Labor (DOL)

    14.1 Office of the Secretary (OSEC)

    15 United States Department of State (DOS)

    15.1 Agencies, Bureaus, Offices, Library, Boards, Councils, and Schools
    15.2 Permanent Diplomatic Missions

    16 United States Department of Transportation

    16.1 Operating Administrations

    17 United States Department of the Treasury

    17.1 Departmental Offices[9]
    17.2 Bureaus[12]

    18 United States Department of Veterans Affairs

    18.1 Office of the Secretary of Veterans Affairs
    18.2 V.A. Agencies

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