The President serves as both the head of state and head of government; as chief executive officer of the government, the President determines most of the North American Union's foreign policy, manages budgetary concerns, and serves as supreme commander of the military. The President's office is located in the Capitol Pavilion above Chicago.
The Cabinet is a special executive committee to the President of the North American Union, composed of the most senior appointed officers of the executive branch of the government, who are generally the heads of the executive departments. Aside from the Attorney General, they all receive the title of Secretary. All Cabinet members are nominated by the President serve at the pleasure of the President, which means that the President may dismiss them or reappoint them to other posts at will.
- Department of Commerce
- Department of Health
- Department of the Interior
- Department of Justice
- Department of Labor
- Department of Political Correctness
- Department of Reality
- Department of Social Entitlement