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The State Management of Affairs (Ukrainian: Державне управління справами, Derzhavne Upravlinnya Spravamy, ДУС) is the Ukrainian government agency that is responsible for the management of public and social services which are determined by the president and parliament of Ukraine. The agency does this through the administration of several state owned companies and organisations. It is financed by the government. The president appoints the head of the agency based on the recommendations of his administration.
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