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Executive Orders

This guide is designed to help researchers understand and locate executive orders, presidential documents, and related executive branch material.

Summary

The Congressional Research Service (CRS) and the Government Accountability Office (GAO) are legislative branch agencies that, as part of their duties, produce informational or investigative reports for Congress. Many of these reports are publicly available. Listed below are a few CRS and GAO reports that may be of interest.

You can search for additional CRS reports here or here and additional GAO reports here

Congressional Research Service (CRS) & Government Accountability Office (GAO) Reports