Presidency in the United States. Volume 6

Gabriel L. Carreiro (Editor)

Series: Presidency in the United States
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This series gathers and presents original research in the study of the Presidency of the United States. Each article has been carefully selected in an attempt to present substantial topical data across a broad spectrum. Topics discussed in this compilation include the Presidential inauguration; joint Congressional Committee on inaugural ceremonies; inauguration security; the President’s budget; gifts to the President of the United States; the 2013 cybersecurity executive order; national security and emergency preparedness communications; and executive order 13438. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Chapter 1 - The Presidential Inauguration: Basic Facts and Information (pp. 1-8)
Audrey Celeste Crane-Hirsch

Chapter 2 - Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies: History, Membership, and Inaugural Activities (pp. 9-38)
Jacob R. Straus

Chapter 3 - Inauguration Security: Operations, Appropriations, and Issues for Congress (pp. 39-56)
Shawn Reese, Jacob R. Straus and Christina M. Bailey
Chapter 4 The President‘s Budget: Overview of Structure and Timing of Submission to Congress (pp. 57-78)
Michelle D. Christensen

Chapter 5 - Gifts to the President of the United States (pp. 79-88)
Jack Maskell

Chapter 6 - The 2013 Cybersecurity Executive Order: Overview and Considerations for Congress (pp. 88-114)
Eric A. Fischer, Edward C. Liu, John W. Rollins and Catherine A. Theohary

Chapter 7 - National Security and Emergency Preparedness Communications: A Summary of Executive Order 13618 (pp. 114-126)
Shawn Reese

Chapter 8 - Executive Order 13438: Blocking Property of Certain Persons Who Threaten Stabilization Efforts in Iraq (pp. 127-160)
M. Maureen Murphy

Index

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