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The Plum Book is the nickname for United States Government Policy and Supporting Positions, a publication released by Congress every four years, after each Presidential election. The book lists presidentially appointed positions in the legislative and executive branches of the Federal Government.

The U.S. Government Publishing Office website posts the Plum Book for the years 1996-present. (At the bottom of the list under "Additional Government Publications.")

The HeinOnline Legal Classics Library includes the latest edition.

Use U-M Library Catalog Search to find every edition since 1960 in paper, microform, or PDF.

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