White House Visitor Access Reports: Nearly Six Million Records Released as of 12/30/2016
In 2009, the White House announced a historic new policy to voluntarily disclose White House visitor access records.
President Obama: "For the first time in history, records of White House visitors will be made available to the public on an ongoing basis. We will achieve our goal
of making this administration the most open and transparent administration in history by shining a light on the business conducted inside it."
Our Gift to the American People
It's a sad fact that some Americans are just too dumb or lazy to do anything with the almost 6 million records we've released in our visitor logs so far. That's why we've taken the time to extract the most
important information and present it to you in an easy-to-read format.
Lucky People Who Got to See a Movie at the White House
View related photos:
- Screening of the "The Pacific" with Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg on March 11, 2010
- Service members and their families at a screening of Men in Black 3 on May 25, 2012
People Who Were Important Enough to Attend a Meeting in the Super-Secret Situation Room
View photos from some of the above dates:
- Feb. 17, 2010 - Meeting on Afghanistan and Pakistan
- June 1, 2011 - FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate speaks about federal preparedness for the 2011 hurricane season
- Oct. 29, 2012 - Hurricane Sandy
People Who Went to a Pool Party at the White House. Splash!
In the Bunker: Meetings in the PEOC and Executive Briefing Room in the East Wing Shelter
Keeping Us Safe: People Who Participated in Security Exercises at the White House
Learn more about the White House Continuity of Government Plan
Worthy of Trust and Potato Salad: Secret Service Barbecue on the South Lawn
Read about it: White House Hosts Secret Service Barbecue Today... With the Menu!
People Who Have Gone Bowling at the White House
Wow, These Folks Had a Meeting in the Oval Office
Who are those 4,026 people on the South Lawn in the photo at the top of this web page?