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President George W. Bush talks with the media during a Cabinet meeting in the Cabinet Room Monday, Feb. 5, 2007. "I appreciate my Cabinet joining me today as we discussed our budget," said the President. "Today we submit a budget to the United States Congress that shows we can balance the budget in five years without raising taxes." White House photo by David Bohrer
President Bush's Cabinet
One of the principal purposes of the Cabinet is to advise the President on any subject he may require relating to the duties of their respective offices.
Cabinet Room History
Take a look at the history of the Cabinet Room and watch Former Chief of Staff Andrew Card's tour of the Cabinet Room.

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Executive Office of the President
Branches of Government
Executive Branch
The power of the executive branch is vested in the President, who also serves as Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces.
Judicial Branch
The judicial branch hears cases that challenge or require interpretation of the legislation passed by Congress and signed by the President.
Legislative Branch
The legislative branch of the federal government consists of the Congress, which is divided into two chambers -- the Senate and the House of Representatives.
Additional Government Resources
Agencies & Commissions
An alphabetized list of different Federal Agencies and Commissions.
Federal Statistics
The purpose of this service is to provide easy access to current Federal economic indicators.
Citizens Handbook
Located in this handbook are a number of useful ways of finding government information.
Fellowships / Internships
White House Fellowships and Internships offer exceptional young men and women first-hand experience working and observing at the highest levels of the federal government.

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One of President Bush's top priorities is to select men and women of the greatest ability and highest ethical and professional integrity to serve in policymaking and key administrative positions.

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Freedom of Information Act
The President's immediate personal staff and units within the EOP whose sole function is to advise and assist the President are not subject to FOIA.

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