White House Office of the Executive Clerk
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The White House Office of the Executive Clerk was created in 1865. The office is in charge of collecting all documents signed by the President that form his official public actions. They are responsible for seeing that all bills received from Congress are documented, keeping watch on the time limit for vetoes and delivering the veto back to Congress. It is also responsible for delivering any communication the President wishes to send to Congress.
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