TeachMeFinance.com - explain United States Department Of The Interior (DOI)
United States Department Of The Interior (DOI) -- An executive department that has responsibility for most U.S. federal government owned public lands and natural resources; the principal U.S. conservation
agency. The office of Territorial and International Affairs oversees activities pertaining to U.S. territorial lands and the Freely Associated States and coordinates the
international affairs of the Department.
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