Answered By: Rich Gause
Last Updated: Dec 12, 2014     Views: 21

The paper copies of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) are located on the 1st floor in the Government Information Area on the Ready Reference shelves.

The old volumes of Title 3 of the CFR are retained permanently because each update in January provides an annual compilation of the proclamations and executive orders from the previous year. For the 2009 executive orders, look at the 2010 volume of Title 3.

Online resources for the Code of Federal Regulations are identified on the President & Agencies/Departments research guide.

The American Presidency Project provides online copies of some Executive Orders as far back as 1826.

When the Executive Orders were first issued they also appeared in the Federal Register.

Another print source for Executive Orders available in the Main Orlando Campus Library's reference collection is U.S. Code Congressional & Administrative News, REF KF 62 .A2 W4. The Executive Orders appear in the last bound volume each year.

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