The Federal Register (F) is responsible for publication of laws and the legal documents of the Executive Branch of the Federal Government. Among the documents are Presidential records, new or revised regulations, public notices, and descriptions of Federal organizations, programs, and activities. The Office of the Federal Register also administers the Electoral College and Constitutional Amendment process. We'll discuss the work of the Federal Register in detail in Module 3. To learn more about the Federal Register, visit the links below.
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