To Access Senate Executive Reports

Additional Information and Research Strategies


Senate executive reports contain recommendations of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations concerning the ratification of a proposed treaty, or recommendations of various Senate committees regarding nominations of individuals. Executive reports are numbered sequentially within each Congress (e.g., Exec. Rpt. 99-1).

Since 1979 (96th Congress) Senate executive reports have been included in the Serial Set.

To Access Senate Executive Reports

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Use these search criteria:

  • Keyword

  • Title

  • Subject index term

  • Geographical index term

  • Bill number

  • Senate serial number

  • LexisNexis accession number

  • SuDoc number

Highlights of what's covered as part of the basic subscription:

  • Abstracts and indexing for all executive reports published from 1970 through present

Additional Information and Research Strategies

LexisNexis® Congressional provides access to Senate executive reports through the Basic, Advanced, and Search by Number forms. All Senate executive report records can be searched by keyword, title, subject or geographical index term, committee name, bill number, Senate serial number, LexisNexis accession number, and SuDoc number. On the Advanced Search form Senate executive reports can be accessed under the Report publication type.

LexisNexis Congressional also makes available annotated indexing for Senate executive reports issued from 1845-1969 through the optional historical indexes module.