Organizational Adoption Of The Federal Chancellor

Original Language Title: Organisationserlaß des Bundeskanzlers

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Organizational adoption of the Federal Chancellor BKOrgErl 1977 copy date: 18.01.1977 full quotation: "organization adoption of the Federal Chancellor from January 18, 1977 (BGBl. I S. 128)" footnote BEK. v. 18.1.1977 I 128 I. 

From the Division of the Federal Ministry for youth, family and health are transferred the Federal Minister for labour and Social Affairs the responsibilities for the following areas: - hospitals and technology in medicine and hospital, - fee law for doctors and other health professionals - medical rehabilitation.
The details of the transition are regulated between the involved Federal Ministers and communicated to the head of the Federal Chancellery.

II. 1.
The press - and information Office of the Federal Government under the leadership of a Secretary of State is the Federal Chancellor immediately. (As a principal agent of the Federal Government for the circulation of the news media and the organs of public opinion it has the following responsibilities: a) briefing of the President and the Federal Government on the global situation of the message.
b) exploration and presentation of public opinion as a decision-making aid for the political work of the Federal Government.
(c) informing the citizens and the media about the policy of the Federal Government through presentation and explanation of the activity, the project and the goals of the Federal Government with the means of public relations; This applies to corrections even if at the same time, the public work of ministries is touched.
(d) representation of the Federal Government at the press conferences.
(e) political information of foreign countries in cooperation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
f) involve coordinating the interdepartmental public work of the Office and the Department-related public relations of the federal ministries in action, the matters of public importance.
2nd in the Division referred to in point 1, the Federal Republic of Germany is represented and out of court by the Chief of the press - and information Office of the Federal Government or the Deputy Chief of the press - and information Office of the Federal Government.