Articles Tagged with President of the United States

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Remember the Plum Book, an interesting current and historical document (and usually a federal policy wonk job seeker’s tool)?

You can read the December 2016 edition of the Plum Book and previous editions. (If those links fail, just search these keywords: plum book United States Government Policy Supporting Positions)

If you are seeking a job as a U.S. Presidential and Executive Office appointee, you’ll need to update your Plum Book findings by searching more deeply, by agency, by hiring authority, by job posting service, and by news reports on the status of the position or its current or previous incumbent.  You can also contact your U.S. Senators, some of whom will be members of the Committee that compiles the Plum Book (Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs United States Senate).

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End of Term Archive: US Federal Web Domain at Presidential Transitions (Today’s Internet Archive link.)

Other sources of Obama Presidency digital archives can be found at the Obama Whitehouse Archives website. (Today’s Internet Archive link.)

Research Tip: Additional official and unofficial digital archived webpages and other sources of presidential documents exist or will soon come into existence. Check the usual suspects: Presidential libraries, Library of Congress, National Archives, branch of government archives (e.g. Judiciary, Congress, Executive), the Internet Archive, HathiTrust, university libraries and archives, nonprofit legal and government information databases, fee-based legal and government information databases, and librarians everywhere.

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OREGON’S FINAL PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY LIST RELEASED BY SECRETARY ATKINS

Voters have until April 26th to decide to participate in a major party primary.” [Link to Secretary of State’s media release.]

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On this deeply moving and historic day …

We will be fairly low-tech in my Law Library on Inauguration Day, January 20, 2009, with the TV tuned in. Laptop users can connect through our wireless service:

Inaugural information and schedules of events:

1) Presidential Inaugural Committee site