This guide provides an overview of resources on the Executive Office of the President.
Last Updated: Jan 23, 2013
This guide contains historical and current information on resources produced by and about the American presidency.
President Woodrow Wilson throwing out the first pitch, opening day, 1916. Baseball and Jackie Robinson, Library of Congress Collection.
Also see About the Publications for information on specific types of documents included in this guide.
- American Presidency Project
Very close to 1-stop shopping for Executive Branch materials, past and present. Includes speeches, press conferences, veto messages, and more. Click on "Documents" in the middle of the top of the page for a list of available materials.
- The White House
The official White House web site provides access to Executive Orders, Proclamations, audio and transcripts of press briefings, pending nominations, current news items, links to EOP agencies and departments, and more.
- Executive Branch Resources on GPO Access
The Government Printing Office database provides access to a wide variety of sources, including the Federal Register, State of the Union messages, and agency reports/investigations.
- POTUS (Presidents of the United States)
An Internet Public Library (IPL) resource, POTUS includes biographical information, election results and primary sources such as letters and speeches. Some audio and visual files.
- Federal Staff Directory
O'Neill Ref. JK723.E9 F44 2010
- CQ Encyclopedia of American Government