Federal Government Information

EXECUTIVE ORDERS

The President uses orders to command government agencies or officials and proclamations to address the public.

President Clinton's Executive Order Federal Use of Alternative Fueled Vehicles. Numbering on top of the document.

About This Resouce
The digital resource allows you to search by administration, word, or subject. Executive Orders are numbered with EO followed by the number . For example, Executive Order 12744 was President Bush's order in 1991 to invade Iraq. If full text is not online, consult paper version.
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The National Archives: The Federal Register

Code of Federal Regulations, which contain Executive Orders, goes back to 1936. They are compiled under Title 3.

Pre-1936 orders can be found on microfiche at Roger Williams University Law Library.

Check out the Index and the mircofiche record.

 

 

 

 

 

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