noun (plural subagencies)
A subordinate commercial, political, or other agency.
- However, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the subagency formerly known as the Health Care Financing Administration, determined not to pay for certain uses of the gamma camera.
- Its various subagencies, including TSA, U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement and the Bureau of Customs and Border Protection, will report directly to the front office.
- The views expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of NOAA or any of its subagencies.
- Example sentences
- Jaelani, who operates as an agent overseeing some 20 subagents, told The Jakarta Post on Tuesday that the operational structure of such businesses was made a long-way down, aimed at protecting the big croupier.
- But from March next year, the newsagents will lose a gross $400,000 or more a year in extra commission they receive from distributing magazines to the petrol stations subagents.
- Although banks and rich people bought most of the securities, Cooke's newspaper advertisements and his 2,500 subagents persuaded nearly a million northerners - a quarter of all families - to by them too.
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