The Executive Office of the President (EOP) of the United States serves as the administrative and support unit for the President. Its primary purpose is to assist the President in fulfilling his duties and responsibilities by providing advice, information, and support on various matters. The EOP consists of multiple offices and agencies that work together to help the President effectively carry out his duties and implement his policy agenda. Some of the key functions of the EOP include policymaking, policy implementation, coordination of government agencies, economic analysis, communication, legal counsel, and national security advisory support. The EOP plays a crucial role in supporting the President's decision-making process and ensuring the efficient operation of the Executive Branch.