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Title 3 of the Code of Federal Regulations is entitled 'The President' and contains presidential materials.
In addition to presidential proclamations, Title 3 contains a number of regulations relating to standards of conduct for members of the executive department and the release of public informaton by the Executive Office of the President.
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Federal Executive Materials
Current Executive Orders (The White House)
A list of executive orders signed by President Obama. Archives go back to January 2009.
Executive Orders (American Presidency Project)
Executive orders going back to 1826. Part of the American Presidency Project maintained by UC Santa Barbra.
Executive Orders (Federal Register)
A collection of Executive Orders with coverage to the William J. Clinton presidency. Maintained by the Federal Register.
Executive Orders Disposition Tables Index
Maintained by the Federal Register, the Disposition Tables are an index of Federal executive orders going back to Franklin Roosevelt. The tables identify executive order number, signing date, and Federal Register volume, page number, and issue date.
Title 3 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) contains presidential proclamations. To view these, select a year, then Title 3 of the CFR, and the subpart on Proclamations.
ProQuest Regulatory Insight
Offers U.S. federal administrative law histories for the period 1936-2016 organized by federal statute and Executive Order.