Official Lists of the 114th Congress
- Mailing Labels Addresses of Members’ D.C. offices in Avery #5160 label format.
- Member Data
Spreadsheet includes official name, D.C. office address, state and district, and unique Biographical Directory ID.
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- Official Alphabetical List of MembersIncludes state and district information.
- Official List of Members by State
[HTML | PDF]
- Official Member Telephone Directory[HTML | PDF]
- List of Duplicate and Similar Names of Members
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Oaths of Office and Official Conduct
Constitutional Oath of Office
The oath of office to be administered to Members, Resident Commissioner, and Delegates of the House of Representatives is required by the sixth article of the Constitution of the United States and as provided by section 2 of the act of May 13, 1884 (23 Stat. 22), the text of which is carried in 5 U.S.C. 3331
114th Congress, January 22, 2015 [PDF
Daniel M. Donovan Jr., May 12, 2015 [PDF
Oath for Access to Classified Information
The confidentiality oath to be executed by Members, Resident Commissioner, and Delegates of the House of Representatives before they receive access to classified information is required by clause 13 of House Rule XXIII
114th Congress, May 15, 2015 [PDF
Under House Rule X
, the Committee on Ethics is authorized to enforce standards of conduct for Members, officers, and employees. The Committee’s website
includes the House Ethics Manual
, Code of Official Conduct
, and other publications and information related to the discharge of official responsibilities.