Federal authority

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Federal agencies are the highest levels of authority at the federal , highest or state level in a federal state or confederation . The federal authorities as part of the federal administration include, for example, the federal offices (offices / chancelleries of the head of state , the head of government , the ministries and their offices) and similar institutions, the authorities of the state's self-administration (e.g. supreme audit office ) as well as special commissioners and also the administration of the diplomatic Service .

For the individual states see: