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Armed Forces Inaugural Committee

The Armed Forces Inaugural Committee (AFIC) coordinates military ceremonial support to inaugural activities.

District of Columbia’s 2009 Presidential Inauguration website.

A "where to go and what to do" resource for the Washington, D.C. area for those attending the Inauguration.

The Inaugural

Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies.

Sections including history of past Presidential inaugurals and a current look behind the scenes, including the menu for the luncheon to served after the swearing in ceremony and presidential address.

Inaugural materials from the collection of the Library of Congress

 Historical materials including photographs, manuscripts, campaign posters, letters, broadsides and inaugural speeches.

 

The Inauguration 2009

Factual information from the Federal Government about the transistion and the inaugural.

Official Web Site of The Obama-Biden Presidential Transition Team

The center of the presidential transition, this site is authored by the incoming administration of Barak Obama.   It appears to be a continuation of the campaign: notice the name of the site in the URL. Policy is discussed along with the formalities of the inaugration.

Presidential Inaugural Committee

An independent non-profit organization that organizes the Inauguration.

U. S. Secret Service Inaugration

Practical information about security precautions taken during the Inauguration.

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