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Scope and Content
The materials in FOIA 2014-0378-F are a selective, not necessarily all inclusive, body of documents responsive to the topic of the FOIA. Researchers should consult the archivist about related materials.
FOIA 2014-0378-F requested materials related to Laura Unger, SEC Acting Chairman from February 12, 2001 to August 3, 2001.
This FOIA primarily contains correspondence, correspondence tracking sheets, fax transmittal sheets, routine memoranda, and press releases. These materials consist of correspondence to President George W. Bush and Andy Card from individuals and organizations including meeting requests, requests for assistance, and invitations. Included are articles, press releases, and reports sent from organizations. Additionally, a 2002 report on Sudan from the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom is present. Also covered is correspondence with Laura Unger, SEC Chairman, regarding the long-term lease of property, the transmittal of reports from the SEC and Securities Investor Protection Corporation, and a White House tour request. In addition, one will find routine memoranda, orders, and press releases regarding the designation of Laura Unger as Acting Chairman of the SEC and also the transmittal of her resignation from the SEC.
The electronic records in this FOIA consist of news clippings, newsletters, correspondence confirming the President’s appointment of Laura Unger as Acting Chairman of the SEC, invitations to public events, summaries of upcoming Congressional activities, phone lists, talking points, excerpts of the Congressional Record related to the No Child Left Behind Act, comments from interest groups on proposed regulations, scheduling proposals for photographs with the President, routine administrative correspondence, and routine correspondence about the resignation of government officials.
13 folders, approximately 462 pages / 216 assets
Official records of George W. Bush's presidency are housed at the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum and administered by the National Archives and Records Administration under the provisions of the Presidential Records Act.