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There is hereby established for the Agency, a Technical Committee to be known as the Federal Environmental Protection Agency Technical Committee (in this Decree referred to as "the Technical Committee").
 In a sharing arrangement with the Scottish Environment Protection Agency.
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In 1970, President Richard Nixon proposed an executive reorganization that would consolidate many of the federal government's environmental responsibilities under one agency, a new Environmental Protection Agency. That reorganization proposal was reviewed and passed by the House and Senate.  For at least 10 years before NEPA was enacted,[better source needed] Congress debated issues that the act would ultimately address.