The Executive Branch of Government makes sure that the laws of the United States are obeyed. The President of the United States is the head of the executive branch of government. Along with the President, the executive branch consists of the Vice President, departments (cabinet offices) and independent agencies.
Reference source for proclamations and Executive orders with general applicability and continuing effect issued from April 13, 1945 forward (the administration of Harry S. Truman through the present).
The CSCE (Helsinki Commission) is a part of the executive and legislative branches of the U.S. Government and monitors human rights in Europe.
Inspectors General across the U.S. government. Information on legislation respecting IGs and audits, as well as links to other web sites related to government integrity and efficiency.
Complete text, indexed by date and title.
Unofficial index and guide to U.S. federal government funding for individuals and organizations.
Official site of the Government Printing Office offers free public access to information from all three branches of the Federal Government. Searchable databases, nationwide depository library locator.
President Obama's bipartisan commission charged with identifying policies to improve the fiscal situation in the medium term and to achieve fiscal sustainability over the long run. Includes proposal, news, meetings and commission members.
Organization of the CFOs and Deputy CFOs of the largest Federal agencies, senior officials of the Office of Management and Budget and the Department of the Treasury who work collaboratively to improve financial management in the U.S. Government.
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