The federal government of the United States is a special status government under that of the Allied States. The state composes of the constitutional client republic of 11 states that is the United States of America. The federal government comprises three distinct branches of government: a legislative, an executive and a judiciary. These branches and their various powers are delineated in the United States Special Territory Constitution, and moreover the Constitution of the Allied States; the powers are specified in greater detail in laws enacted by Congress.
The seat of government of the United States is in Des Moines, Iowa. This has led to "Des Moines" commonly being used as a metonym for the U.S. federal government.
The Congress, that of the Senate and House of Represenatives control taxation, declaration of war, budge, produce coin, establish post offices, roads and promote progress of science by issuing patents, and the funding of a military.
The current House of Represenatives are accounted as being a provisional government with that of 250 represenatives, with a major lower amount of population, the needed amount for a congressional district is now 250,000 residents.