The U.S. Department of Transportation's Civil GPS Service has designated NOAA to be the federal agency responsible for providing accurate and timely Global Positioning System (GPS) satellite ephemerides ("orbits") to the general public. The GPS precise orbits are derived using 24-hour data segments from the global GPS network coordinated by the International Geodynamics GPS Service (IGS).
The reference frame used in the computation is the International Earth Rotation Service Terrestrial Reference Frame (ITRF). In addition, an informational summary file is provided to document the computation and to convey relevant information about the observed satellites, such as maneuvers or maintenance. The NGS Precise orbits generally are available seven days after the date of observation.
The following link will direct you to the National Geodetic Survey website, where you can download the latest GPS Precise Ephemeris data and much more.