A directive is an order or direction issued for other by an authority. An authority can issue different tasks for different matters, it could be direct regarding reports or specific tasks, concerning to different investigation for building or redrafting a structure, to change, alter or reaffirming old ones, or any other reason. A direction or order can be issued about anything and letter of such a direction should be according to the situation or scenario. You can get two free sample directive letters here.
Letter of directive should be clear without any doubt; you should clearly mention what is requirement of this letter. Order of request mentioned in the letter should be having all necessary details of the task or project, it should also be that within what time period you want this assignment to be completed, and if it has some problem attached with it then a settlement or a resolution should also be given. Mention that towards what you want to take the problem. Your reason should be clear and the reason of issuing the letter must be obvious and understandable. You can also mention that you want follow up of the task and when it should be sent. You should also point out the benefits related to this specific directive and how it can be helpful for the people and who are involved in its accomplishment. You will like these free sample directive letters.
You should also point out some important steps involved in the completion of the task, that directive ids about. If you feel it can help, you can also add the names or positions of some of the people who should be contacted in order to complete the task of this directive or order. You can also offer your guidance at any level during the completion of the task, mention your concerns and any special issue which need to be dealt with. Thank the recipient in advance for all he or she has is doing in order to complete this direction or order. Attached sample of letter of directive with this template may help you in drafting your own letter, you can also get help from this.