Executive Order 12553

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Signed by President  Ronald Reagan  Tuesday, February 25, 1986 Federal Register  page & date: 51 FR 7237, Monday, March 3, 1986
See the Notes section for additional information related to the issuance of this Executive Order.

By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and laws of the United States of America, and to eliminate Executive Orders that are no longer necessary, it is hereby ordered that the following Executive Orders, and any amendments thereto, are revoked:

No. 
   Subject   Signature Date   [1]
· Providing for examination for appointment to the U.S. Military and Naval Academies. December 17, 1907;
· Establishing the manner of dating proclamations, commissions and similar executive documents. November 08, 1921;
· Providing for appointments to and inclusion of the District of Columbia municipal service in the Civil Service. November 18, 1930;
· Providing for examination for appointment to the U.S. Military and Naval Academies. September 07, 1932;
· Relating to gold recovered from natural deposits. October 25, 1933;
· Relating to receipt of gold on consignment by mints and assay offices. January 15, 1934;
· Prescribing regulations for interbuilding mail and messenger service. June 03, 1940;
· Establishing the Office of Alien Property Custodian. March 11, 1942;
· Relating to the Office of Alien Property Custodian. July 06, 1942;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. May 22, 1945;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. May 24, 1945;
· Amending functions and duties of the Alien Property Custodian with respect to property of Germany and Japan and their nationals. June 08, 1945;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. June 16, 1945;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. June 28, 1945;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. July 06, 1945;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. October 05, 1945;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. November 30, 1945;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. January 05, 1946;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. January 23, 1946;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. March 01, 1946;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. March 08, 1946;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. April 17, 1946;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. April 24, 1946;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. April 25, 1946;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate airline labor disputes. May 07, 1946;
· Providing for transfer of personnel to certain public international organizations. May 10, 1946;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. May 29, 1946;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate an airline labor dispute. July 03, 1946;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. July 10, 1946;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. July 27, 1946;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. August 22, 1946;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. September 23, 1946;;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. October 25, 1946;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. November 06, 1946;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. November 16, 1946;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. March 28, 1947;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. May 16, 1947;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. July 18, 1947;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. July 31, 1947;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. August 01, 1947;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. September 15, 1947;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. October 15, 1947;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. October 21, 1947;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. December 16, 1947;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. December 31, 1947;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. January 13, 1948;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. January 13, 1948;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. January 27, 1948;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. March 18, 1948;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. March 25, 1948;
· Providing for performance of functions under the Rubber Act of 1948. April 01, 1948;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. April 10, 1948;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. April 10, 1948;
· Amending provisions for transfer of personnel to certain public international organizations. April 17, 1948;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate airline labor disputes. June 03, 1948;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes between certain workers and transportation systems operated by the Secretary of the Army. June 23, 1948;
· Prescribing Selective Service regulations. August 20, 1948;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. August 26, 1948;
· Amending Selective Service regulations. August 28, 1948;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. September 08, 1948;
· Prescribing and amending Selective Service regulations. September 17, 1948;
· Amending Selective Service regulations. October 18, 1948;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. October 18, 1948;
· Amending an order creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. November 15, 1948;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate an airline labor dispute. January 19, 1949;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. January 28, 1949;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. February 14, 1949;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. February 15, 1949;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. March 15, 1949;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. March 30, 1949;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. April 09, 1949;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. April 15, 1949;
· Modifying provisions for transfer of personnel to certain public international organizations. April 19, 1949;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. May 12, 1949;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. July 08, 1949;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. July 20, 1949;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. September 09, 1949;
· Authorizing certain Government employees to acquire a competitive civil service status. September 30, 1949;
· Amending provisions for transfer of personnel to certain public international organizations. February 01, 1950;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. February 4, 1950;
· Creating a board of inquiry to report on a labor dispute affecting the coal industry. February 6, 1950;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. February 10, 1950;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. February 24, 1950;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. March 3, 1950;
· Amending Selective Service regulations. March 9, 1950;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. March 20, 1950;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. April 11, 1950;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. April 26, 1950;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. June 6, 1950;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. July 3, 1950;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. July 3, 1950;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. July 6, 1950;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate an airline labor dispute. July 12, 1950;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. August 4, 1950;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. August 11, 1950;
· Authorizing certain Government employees to acquire a competitive civil service status. August 28, 1950;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. October 3, 1950;
· Prescribing or amending Selective Service regulations. October 11, 1950;
· Prescribing or amending Selective Service regulations. January 12, 1951;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate an airline labor dispute. January 13, 1951;
· Amending Selective Service regulations. March 31, 1951;
· Amending Selective Service regulations. April 18, 1951;
· Amending Selective Service regulations. June 26, 1951;
· Creating a board of inquiry to report on labor disputes affecting the copper and nonferrous metals industry. August 30, 1951;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a labor dispute between certain workers and a railroad operated by the Secretary of the Army. September 6, 1951;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. September 6, 1951;
· Amending Selective Service regulations. September 25, 1951;
· Providing for the administration of the Mutual Security Act of 1951. November 1, 1951;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a labor dispute between employees and transportation systems operated by the Secretary of the Army. November 6, 1951;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. November 15, 1951;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate an airline labor dispute. December 17, 1951;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate an airline labor dispute. January 4, 1952;
· Transferring certain functions and delegating certain powers to the Small Defense Plants Administration. February 5, 1952;
· Prescribing Selective Service regulations. February 20, 1952;
· Prescribing or amending Selective Service regulations. April 17, 1952;
· Amending Selective Service regulations. June 17, 1952;
· Amending Selective Service regulations. June 26, 1952;
· Amending provisions for the administration of the Mutual Security Act of 1951. June 30, 1952;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate an airline labor dispute. July 9, 1952;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate an airline labor dispute. July 10, 1952;
· Providing for permanent appointments in the field service of the Post Office Department. July 18, 1952;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate an airline labor dispute. November 6, 1952;
· Amending provisions for transfer of personnel to certain public international organizations. December 2, 1952;
· Creating a board of inquiry to report on a labor dispute affecting the construction and operation of atomic energy facilities. December 3, 1952;
· Amending Selective Service regulations. December 17, 1952;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. April 24, 1953;
· Providing for the administration of certain foreign aid programs. June 1, 1953;
· Amending Selective Service regulations. July 11, 1953;
· Transferring certain functions, powers, and duties to the Small Business Administration. December 1, 1953;
· Amending Selective Service regulations. December 10, 1953;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. December 16, 1953;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. December 28, 1953;
· Creating a board of inquiry to report on a labor dispute affecting the operations of atomic energy facilities. July 6, 1954;
· Creating a board of inquiry to report on a labor dispute affecting the operations of atomic energy facilities. July 6, 1954;
· Amending Selective Service regulations. September 20, 1954;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. October 16, 1954;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate an airline labor dispute. November 16, 1954;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. November 23, 1954;
· Providing for the administration of the Trading with the Enemy Act. January 13, 1955;
· Authorizing the Director of the Office of Defense Mobilization to perform additional functions of the President. January 27, 1955;
· Amending Selective Service regulations. January 31, 1955;
· Relating to the administration of a commodity set-aside. March 21, 1955;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. June 17, 1955;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. July 1, 1955;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. August 13, 1955;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. September 1, 1955;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. November 7, 1955;
· Administering Title II of the International Claims Settlement Act, as amended, relating to vesting and liquidation of Bulgarian, Hungarian and Rumanian property. November 7, 1955;
· Prescribing Selective Service regulations. January 6, 1956;
· Transferring to the Housing and Home Finance Administrator certain functions of the Atomic Energy Commission under the Atomic Energy Community Act of 1955. February 14, 1956;
· Amending Selective Service regulations. February 15, 1956;
· Creating a board of inquiry to report on labor disputes affecting the maritime industry. November 22, 1956;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. December 5, 1956;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. December 22, 1956;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. January 25, 1957;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a dock company labor dispute. May 9, 1957;
· Creating a board of inquiry to report on a labor dispute affecting the operations of atomic energy facilities. May 14, 1957;
· Amending Selective Service regulations. June 13, 1957;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. August 6, 1957;
· Amending Executive Order No. 10657 relating to the transfer of certain functions to the Housing and Home Finance Administrator under the Atomic Energy Community Act of 1955. October 17, 1957;
· Amending Selective Service regulations. October 17, 1957;
· Providing for inspection of estate and gift tax returns by State tax officials. November 15, 1957;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate an airline labor dispute. January 21, 1958;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate an airline labor dispute. January 28, 1958;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate an airline labor dispute. February 27, 1958;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate an airline labor dispute. March 27, 1958;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate an airline labor dispute. June 19, 1958;
· Providing for the protection of the civil service rights of Federal personnel who transfer to the International Atomic Energy Agency. July 25, 1958;
· Amending Selective Service regulations. March 19, 1959;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate an airline labor dispute. April 22, 1959;
· Amending Selective Service regulations. September 14, 1959;
· Creating a board of inquiry to report on labor disputes affecting the maritime industry. October 6, 1959;
· Creating a board of inquiry to report on a labor dispute affecting the steel industry. October 9, 1959;
· Amending Executive Order No. 10843 creating a board of inquiry to report on a labor dispute affecting the steel industry. October 14, 1959;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. February 12, 1960;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. February 29, 1960;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate an airline labor dispute. March 18, 1960;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. April 18, 1960;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. April 22, 1960;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. May 20, 1960;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. May 23, 1960;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. September 28, 1960;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. January 12, 1961;
· Providing for inspection of tax returns made in respect to certain taxes imposed by the Internal Revenue Code of 1954. January 12, 1961;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate an airline labor dispute. February 17, 1961;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate airline labor disputes. February 24, 1961;
· Extending an emergency board created to investigate an airline labor dispute. March 18, 1961;
· Extending an emergency board created to investigate airline labor disputes. April 12, 1961;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. May 19, 1961;
· Creating a board of inquiry to report on a labor dispute affecting the maritime industry. June 26, 1961;
· Amending Executive Order No. 10949 creating a board of inquiry to report on a labor dispute affecting the maritime industry. June 29, 1961;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. July 20, 1961;
· Amending an authorization to inspect certain tax returns. July 26, 1961;
· Providing for inspection of tax returns by the Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations. August 23, 1961;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. September 1, 1961;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate an airline labor dispute. October 5, 1961;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. October 11, 1961;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate an airline labor dispute. November 1, 1961;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate an airline labor dispute. November 10, 1961;
· Relating to working hours for employees of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. November 15, 1961;
· Amending Selective Service regulations. January 5, 1962;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate an airline labor dispute. February 22, 1962;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. March 3, 1962;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate an airline labor dispute. March 20, 1962;
· Creating a board of inquiry to report on a labor dispute affecting the maritime industry. April 7, 1962;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. April 23, 1962;
· Creating a board of inquiry to report on a labor dispute affecting the aircraft industry. June 7, 1962;
· Amending Executive Order No. 11025 creating a board of inquiry to report on a labor dispute affecting the aircraft industry. June 8, 1962;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. June 8, 1962;
· Amending an order creating a board of inquiry to report on a labor dispute affecting the aircraft industry. June 13, 1962;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate airline labor disputes. June 20, 1962;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. August 6, 1962;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. August 10, 1962;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate an airline labor dispute. August 14, 1962;
· Providing for the carrying out of the Public Works Acceleration Act. September 14, 1962;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. September 14, 1962;
· Creating a board of inquiry to report on labor disputes affecting the maritime industry. October 1, 1962;
· Creating a board of inquiry to report on a labor dispute affecting the ballistics missile, space vehicle, and military aircraft industry. January 23, 1963;
· Amending the administration of the Trading with the Enemy Act. February 26, 1963;
· Amending Selective Service regulations. March 14, 1963;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. April 3, 1963;
· Providing for inspection of tax returns by possessions of the United States. April 4, 1963;
· Transferring to the Housing and Home Finance Administrator certain functions of the Atomic Energy Commission under the Atomic Energy Community Act of 1955. April 18, 1963;
· Delegating authority to the Secretary of Agriculture under the International Wheat Agreement Act of 1949. May 22. 1963;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. July 4, 1963;
· Prescribing and delegating authority to prescribe rates of charges for certain hospitalization and dispensary services. August 5, 1963;
· Amending Selective Service regulations. September 10, 1963;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate an airline labor dispute. October 9, 1963;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. November 9, 1963;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate airline labor disputes. December 11, 1963;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. January 3, 1964;
· Modifying provisions for the transfer of personnel to certain public international organizations. January 8, 1964;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. March 17, 1964;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. August 18, 1964;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. August 18, 1964;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. August 18, 1964;
· Relating to the Canal Zone Merit System. August 18, 1964;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. September 24, 1964;
· Creating a board of inquiry to report on labor disputes affecting the maritime industry. September 30, 1964;
· Amending Selective Service regulations. November 17, 1964;
· Providing for performance by the Housing and Home Finance Administrator of functions vested in or subject to the approval of the President. February 2, 1965;
· Providing for inspection of interest equalization tax returns. March 18, 1965;
· Providing for inspection of certain interest equalization tax information returns by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and the Federal Reserve Banks. April 2, 1965;
· Prescribing regulations for coordinating and planning and acquiring land under the Outdoor Recreation Program of the Department of the Interior and the Open Space Program of the Housing and Home Finance Agency. July 27, 1965;
· Amending Selective Service regulations. August 26, 1965;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. September 11, 1965;
· Transferring the functions of the Director of the Food-for-Peace Program to the Secretary of State. October 20, 1965;
· Designating Vietnam and waters adjacent thereto as an overseas combat area for purposes of Armed Forces mailing privileges. November 1, 1965;
· Amending Selective Service regulations. January 18, 1966;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate an airline labor dispute. April 21, 1966;
· Suspending provisions of sections 5701(a)(1) and 6371 of title 10, U.S.C., relating to continuation on the active list of rear admirals in the line of the Navy not restricted in the performance of duty. May 27, 1966;
· Designating the Department of Commerce as the Department through which the United States shall participate in the Inter-American Cultural and Trade Center in Dade County, Florida. June 10, 1966;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate an airline labor dispute. July 27, 1966;
· Modifying provisions for transfer of personnel to certain public international organizations. September 12, 1966;
· Coordinating Federal programs affecting agriculture and rural development. September 30, 1966;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate an airline labor dispute. September 30, 1966;
· Creating a board of inquiry to report on labor disputes affecting the military jet engine, military aircraft, military armament and military electronics industries. October 17, 1966;
· Delegating authority to prescribe rules and regulations relating to foreign gifts and decorations. December 12, 1966;
· Creating a board of inquiry to report on a labor dispute affecting the military aircraft engine industry. December 19, 1966;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. January 28, 1967;
· Prescribing Selective Service regulations. January 30, 1967;
· Assigning authority to order certain persons in the Ready Reserve to active duty. February 15, 1967;
· Creating a board of inquiry to report on a labor dispute affecting the shipbuilding and repair industries. March 2, 1967;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. April 12, 1967;
· Creating a board of inquiry to report on a labor dispute affecting the military aircraft and military aircraft engine industries. April 15, 1967;
· Amending Selective Service regulations. May 3, 1967;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. May 30, 1967;
· Amending Selective Service regulations. June 30, 1967;
· Prescribing arrangements for coordination of the activities of regional commissions and activities of the Federal Government relating to regional economic development. December 28, 1967;
· Governing certain capital transfers abroad. January 1, 1968;
· Amending Selective Service regulations. January 24, 1968;
· Establishing the Cooperative Area Manpower Planning System affecting the aircraft industry. August 16, 1968;
· Creating a board of inquiry to report on labor disputes affecting the maritime industry. September 30, 1968;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. November 6, 1968;
· Relating to the administration of the Foreign Service personnel systems of the United States, and for other purposes. November 8, 1968;
· Suspending provisions of section 6372 of title 10, U.S.C., relating to retirement or retention on the active list of certain rear admirals in the Navy. December 2, 1968;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. December 27, 1968;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. January 13, 1969;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. January 13, 1969;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. January 13, 1969;
· Relating to participation in the International Coffee Organization. January 17, 1969;
· Establishing the Council for Urban Affairs. January 23, 1969;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. October 3, 1969;
· Establishing the Council for Rural Affairs. November 13, 1969;
· Amending Selective Service regulations. November 26, 1969;
· Amending Selective Service regulations. April 29, 1970;
· Amending Selective Service regulations. June 16, 1970;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. July 7, 1970;
· Amending Selective Service regulations. August 26, 1970;
· Amending Selective Service regulations. September 2, 1970;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. September 18, 1970;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. September 18, 1970;
· Amending Selective Service regulations. September 26, 1970;
· Amending Selective Service regulations. November 24, 1970;
· Providing for administration of the Refuse Act Permit Program. December 23, 1970;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. March 4, 1971;
· Amending Selective Service regulations. March 10, 1971;
· Amending Selective Service regulations. July 10, 1971;
· Creating a board of inquiry to report on labor disputes affecting the maritime industry. October 4, 1971;
· Amending an order creating a board of inquiry to report on labor disputes affecting the maritime industry. October 5, 1971;
· Providing for inspection of tax returns by certain persons and State and Federal establishments. February 16, 1972;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate railroad labor disputes. March 31, 1972;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. March 31, 1972;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. August 19, 1972;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. January 2, 1973;
· Providing for inspection of tax returns by U.S. Attorneys and Justice Department attorneys for grand jury proceedings and litigation. March 8, 1973;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. November 1, 1973;
· Facilitating the coordination of Federal education programs. January 17, 1974;
· Extending diplomatic privileges and immunities to the Liaison Office of the People's Republic of China in Washington, D.C. March 18, 1974;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. May 21, 1974;
· Relating to the adverse actions appeals system. June 11, 1974;
· Providing for termination of economic stabilization activities. June 18, 1974;
· Delegating to the Secretary of Agriculture submission of an annual report to Congress on location of new Federal facilities in rural areas. July 31, 1974;
· Providing for inspection of tax returns by the President and certain employees of the White House Office. September 20, 1974;
· Activating the Energy Research and Development Administration and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. January 15, 1975;
· Increasing the effectiveness of the Transportation Cargo Security Program. February 6, 1975;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. April 16, 1975;
· Delegating to the Administrator of General Services authority to issue joint funding regulations. June 19, 1975;
· Transferring the SCORE and ACE programs from ACTION to the Small Business Administration. July 18, 1975;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. September 2, 1975;
· Establishing the United States Sinai Support Mission. January 13, 1976;
· Providing for the administration of the Emergency Natural Gas Act of 1977. February 2, 1977;
· Providing for the effectuation of the Department of Energy Organization Act of 1977. September 13, 1977;
· Relating to the transfer of certain environmental evaluation functions. February 24, 1978;
· Establishing standards and guidelines for the merit selection of United States district judges. November 8, 1978;
· Establishing a Critical Energy Facility Program. April 5, 1979;
· Delegating authorities relating to motor gasoline end-user allocation. May 29, 1979;
· Relating to the United States Sinai Support Mission. July 23, 1979;
· Decontrolling heavy oil. August 17, 1979;
· Continuing the delegation of authorities relating to motor gasoline end-user allocation. September 29, 1979;
· Relating to the President's Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Biomedical and Behavioral Research. December 17, 1979;
· Changing the definition of heavy oil. December 21, 1979;
· Providing for the base production control level for marginal properties. December 29, 1979;
· Relating to the definition of heavy oil. January 16, 1980;
· Providing for nuclear cooperation with EURATOM. February 12, 1980;
· Relating to the base production level for marginal properties. April 16, 1980;
· Providing for the effectuation of the Department of Education Organization Act. May 2, 1980;
· Relating to the United States Sinai Support Mission. July 22, 1980;
· Providing exemption for Fort Allen from compliance with the Federal Water Pollution Control Act. October 3, 1980;
· Establishing the National Advisory Community Investment Board. December 3, 1980;
· Providing for census statistics on legal immigrants. December 15, 1980;
· Providing for noncompetitive conversion of CETA participants to career or career-conditional civil service status. December 18, 1980;
· Delegating strategic and critical materials transaction authority to the United States Trade Representative. January 8, 1981;
· Establishing the President's Committee on Small Business Policy. January 15, 1981;
· Establishing the President's Council on Spinal Cord Injury. January 15, 1981;
· Executing the International Coffee Agreement of 1976. March 12, 1981;
· Terminating the President's Advisory Board on Ambassadorial Appointments. March 17, 1981;
· Exempting Fort Allen from pollution control statutes. October 1, 1981;
· Providing for nuclear cooperation with EURATOM. March 9, 1982;
· Phasing out the United States Sinai Support Mission. April 6, 1982;
· Establishing the Presidential Commission on Drunk Driving. April 14, 1982;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. July 8, 1982;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. July 21, 1982;
· Increasing membership on the Presidential Commission on Drunk Driving. August 5, 1982;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. October 1, 1982;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. October 1, 1982;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. October 1, 1982;
· Delegating a reporting function to the Secretary of State concerning U.S. credit to Poland. October 25, 1982;
· Delegating authority to the Secretary of the Treasury to make payments to certain international financial institutions. November 15, 1982;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. November 16, 1982;
· Continuing the National Commission on Social Security Reform. December 23, 1982;
· Increasing membership and extending the President's Private Sector Survey on Cost Control in the Federal Government. December 31, 1982;
· Continuing the National Commission on Social Security Reform. January 15, 1983;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. February 14, 1983;
· Delegating responsibility for preparing reports on international organizations. February 23, 1983;
· Extending the period for nuclear cooperation with EURATOM. March 7, 1983;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. April 4, 1983;
· Continuing the Presidential Commission on Drunk Driving. April 5, 1983;
· Establishing the President's Advisory Council on Private Sector Initiatives. June 27, 1983;
· Continuing the President's Private Sector Survey on Cost Control in the Federal Government. June 28, 1983;
· Transferring responsibility for setting rates for the Alaska Railroad. July 19, 1983;
· Increasing the membership of the President's Commission on Industrial Competitiveness. September 8, 1983;
· Continuing the President's Commission on Indian Reservation Economies. September 21, 1983;
· Continuing the President's Private Sector Survey on Cost Control in the Federal Government. October 27, 1983;
· Continuing the National Bipartisan Commission on Central America. November 18, 1983;
· Continuing the President's Private Sector Survey on Cost Control in the Federal Government. December 29, 1983;
· Continuing the President's Commission on Industrial Competitiveness and increasing its membership. January 3, 1984;
· Extending the period for nuclear cooperation with EURATOM. February 23, 1984;
· Relating to the Presidential Commission on the Conduct of United States-Japan Relations. May 11, 1984;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. June 20, 1984;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. June 20, 1984;
· Continuing the President's Advisory Committee on Women's Business Ownership. June 21, 1984;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. August 24, 1984;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. October 25, 1984;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. October 25, 1984;
· Creating an emergency board to investigate a railroad labor dispute. December 21, 1984;


Signature of Ronald Reagan
Ronald Reagan 
The White House,
February 25, 1986.
[Filed with the Office of the Federal Register, 11:19 a.m., February 26, 1986]

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Editorial Note
For the text of a White House announcement, released February 25, 1986, on Executive Order 12553, see the Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents (Vol. 22, No. 9).



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