Federal Government Information
Whereas the Legislative Branch makes laws, the Executive Branch enforces the laws. In this capacity, it produces different forms of information.
The President has many Agencies to help perform his duties. There are literally dozens executive and independent agencies that deal with anything from farm animals to space travel. Agencies can publish their own information, and they can publish through the Government Printing Office (GPO).
EXECUTIVE ORDERS & PROCLAMATIONS
The President uses Executive Orders to command government agencies or officials and Proclamations to address the public.
These are typically communication to Congress, such as vetoes or treaties.
PUBLIC PAPERS OF THE PRESIDENT
A compilation of papers and speeches of the presidents.
Since the amount of legislation that goes through Congress is mind-boggling, there is no way they can have exact details in each law. Laws are more the general plan of the legislation. Afterwards, when the President needs to enact the laws, regulations are made to give the exact details that are needed for proper administration.
U.S. GOVERNMENT MANUAL
The Manual contains information about all the agencies of the executive branch.
WEEKLY COMPILATION OF PRESIDENTIAL DOCUMENTS
Presidential matierals released weekly by the White House.