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Overview

Agency History

George W. Bush Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents of the Records

Arrangement of the Records

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Executive Assistant's Office subject files, 1944, 1947, 1960, 1962, 1967, 1977-1978, 1980-1981, 1983-1999, undated, bulk 1995-1999,

Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Texas Governor George W. Bush:

An Inventory of Governor George W. Bush Executive Assistant's Office Subject Files Located at the George W. Bush Presidential Library, 1944, 1947, 1960, 1962, 1967, 1977-1978, 1980-1981, 1983-1999, undated, bulk 1995-1999



Overview

Creator: Texas. Governor (1995-2000 : Bush)
Title: Governor George W. Bush Executive Assistant's Office subject files
Dates: 1944, 1947, 1960, 1962, 1967, 1977-1978, 1980-1981, 1983-1999, undated
Dates: bulk 1995-1999
Abstract: The Executive Assistant to Texas Governor George W. Bush was directly responsible for the following divisions in the Texas Office of the Governor: Scheduling Office, internal auditor, Governor's Mansion administration, and emergency management. In addition, the executive assistant managed the day-to-day operations of the Governor's Office and served as intermediary for staff access to Governor Bush. Subject files contain correspondence, memos, reports, studies, printed material, testimony, clippings, court documents, lists, agenda, proposals, memoranda of understanding, orders, legislative records, cost estimates, bid documents, biographical information, speeches, talking points, press releases, programs, resumes, application forms, organizational charts, tables, plans, rules, presentation materials, transcripts, maps, videotapes, photographs, and other attachments, dating 1944, 1947, 1960, 1962, 1967, 1977-1978, 1980-1981, 1983-1999, undated, bulk 1995-1999, maintained by and for the Executive Assistant to Texas Governor George W. Bush. Joe Allbaugh served as executive assistant in the Governor's Office from 1995 through mid-1999.
Quantity: 21.65 cubic ft.
Location: The records are located at the George W. Bush Presidential Library in Dallas, Texas.
Language: These materials are written predominately in English.
Repository: Texas State Archives

Agency History

The governor of Texas is the chief executive officer of the state, elected by the citizens every four years. The duties and responsibilities of the governor include serving as commander-in-chief of the state's military forces; convening special sessions of the legislature for specific purposes; delivering to the legislature at the beginning of each regular session a report on the condition of the state, an accounting of all public money under the governor's control, a recommended biennial budget, an estimate of the amounts of money required to be raised by taxation, and any recommendations he deems necessary; signing or vetoing bills passed by the legislature; and executing the laws of the state. The governor can grant reprieves and commutations of punishment and pardons, upon the recommendation of the Board of Pardons and Paroles, and revoke conditional pardons. He appoints numerous state officials (with the consent of the Senate), fills vacancies in state and district offices (except vacancies in the legislature), calls special elections to fill vacancies in the legislature, fills vacancies in the United States Senate until an election can be held, and serves as ex officio member of several state boards.

The office of governor was first established by the Constitution of 1845 and superseded the office of president of the Republic of Texas. The position now exists under authority of Article IV, Section 1 of the Constitution of 1876 and Texas Government Code, Chapter 401. To be elected governor, a person must be at least thirty years old, a United States citizen, and a resident of Texas for at least five years preceding the election. In 1972, the term of office was extended from two to four years, effective in 1975. Since 1856 the governor has had the use of the Governor's Mansion.

In 1999 there were 198 full time equivalent employees in the Office of the Governor. Thirteen divisions outside of the Executive Office assist the governor in carrying out his functions: Administration, Appointments, Budget & Planning, Communications, General Counsel, Legislative, Policy, Scheduling, Criminal Justice Division, Governor's Committee on People with Disabilities, Office of Film, Music, Television and Multimedia Industries, Women's Commission, and Texas Council on Workforce and Economic Competitiveness.

Joe Allbaugh served as Executive Assistant to Texas Governor George W. Bush from January 1995 through June 1999, after which he joined Bush's presidential campaign. The executive assistant was directly responsible for the Scheduling Office, internal auditor, Governor's Mansion administration, and emergency management. In addition, memos from staff directed to the governor generally went through Allbaugh. He managed the day-to-day operations of the Governor's Office and appears to have assigned responsibilities to staff and directed work flow. Much of what Governor Bush saw apparently passed through Allbaugh. Reggie Bashur was deputy executive assistant in 1995; Dale Laine served as deputy executive assistant in 1996 and 1997. Joyce Sibley served as Allbaugh's administrative assistant. Clay Johnson, who had been Appointments Director, became executive assistant after Allbaugh left.

(Sources include: Guide to Texas State Agencies, 9th and 10th eds., (1996 and 1999); the contents of the records; and versions of the Governor's Office web site during Governor Bush's term available on the Internet Archive at http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.governor.state.tx.us, accessed on March 3, 2009.)

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George W. Bush Biographical Sketch

George W. Bush served as governor of Texas from January 17, 1995 to December 21, 2000, resigning as governor in the middle of his second term to become president of the United States.

He challenged the incumbent governor, Democrat Ann Richards, running on promises to improve public education and to reform the juvenile justice system, welfare, and the state's tort laws -- the system under which an injured person may sue for damages. During the 74th Legislature in 1995, he worked with the Democrats who controlled both houses of the Texas legislature and managed to get bills passed that dealt with the four issues he had emphasized in his campaign. Bush was seen as pro-business and a consensus-builder.

Bush advocated and signed the two largest tax cuts to date in Texas history, totaling over $3 billion. To pay for the cuts, he sought (unsuccessfully) federal approval of a plan to privatize Texas' social services. Education reform was a priority throughout his terms, with legislation emphasizing local control of schools, higher standards, and a revised curriculum. Controversy has followed, with charter schools mired in financial scandals and protests against one test determining a child's promotion. After winning reelection in 1998, Bush began his bid for the presidency and was not as involved in the 76th Legislature in 1999.

George W. Bush was born July 6, 1946 in New Haven, Connecticut and grew up in Midland and Houston, Texas. He graduated from Andover Academy, and received a bachelor's degree from Yale University and a master's from Harvard Business School. He served as a pilot in the Texas Air National Guard. In 1978, Bush was defeated in a run for the U.S. Congress in West Texas. He was involved in energy exploration from the 1970s into the 1980s. From 1989 until his election as governor, Bush worked with the Texas Rangers baseball organization, leading a group of partners in purchasing the team, and then serving as managing general partner. He married Laura Welch in 1977; they have two daughters.

(Sources include: Versions of the Governor's Office web site during Governor Bush's term available on the Internet Archive at http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.governor.state.tx.us, accessed on March 3, 2009.)

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Scope and Contents of the Records

The executive assistant to Texas Governor George W. Bush was directly responsible for the following divisions in the Texas Office of the Governor: Scheduling Office, internal auditor, Governor's Mansion administration, and emergency management. In addition, the executive assistant managed the day-to-day operations of the Governor's Office and served as intermediary for staff access to Governor Bush. Subject files contain correspondence, memos, reports, studies, printed material, testimony, clippings, court documents, lists, agenda, proposals, memoranda of understanding, orders, legislative records, cost estimates, bid documents, biographical information, speeches, talking points, press releases, programs, resumes, application forms, organizational charts, tables, plans, rules, presentation materials, transcripts, maps, video tapes, photographs, and other attachments, 1944, 1947, 1960, 1962, 1967, 1977-1978, 1980-1981, 1983-1999, undated, bulk 1995-1999, maintained by and for the Executive Assistant to Texas Governor George W. Bush. Joe Allbaugh served as executive assistant in the Governor's Office from 1995 through mid-1999, succeeded by Clay Johnson. Records concern issues such as agriculture, appointments, budget, criminal justice, economic development, education, emergency management, energy, the environment, ethics, gambling, health and human services, housing, legislation, litigation, military, military base closures, public safety, taxation, transportation, welfare, and the workforce. Files also exist for functions of and divisions within the Governor's Office such as Criminal Justice Division, Press, Correspondence, Administration, General Counsel, Budget and Planning, and Policy, as well as state and federal agencies, corporations, and organizations. Correspondents include Governor's Office staff such as general counsels Al Gonzales and Margaret Wilson, Policy director Vance McMahan, Budget and Planning director Albert Hawkins, Communications head Karen Hughes, federal and state agencies' officials and staff, executives of corporations and organizations, and others.

Additional information on types of records, specific topics, and individuals is provided under the subject headings.

For the remainder of the Executive Assistant's Office files, see Texas Governor George W. Bush Executive Assistant's Office Files

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Arrangement of the Records

These records are arranged alphabetically by subject, and then in reverse chronological order.

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Because of the possibility that portions of these records fall under Public Information Act exceptions including, but not limited to, privacy and specific statutes (552.101); biometric identifiers (552.101 in conjunction with 560.003); legislators' correspondence with Texas citizen residents (552.101 in conjunction with 306.003-004); request for ethics advisory opinion (552.101 (TAC Section 8.19); litigation information (552.103); legislative documents (552.106); certain legal matters (including attorney-client privilege) (552.107); law enforcement records (552.108); commercial or financial information (552.110); agency memoranda (552.111); student records (552.114); audit working papers (552.116); home addresses, home phone numbers, social security numbers, and family information of government officials or employees (552.117 and 1175); motor vehicle records (552.130); economic development negotiation information (552.131); crime victim impact statement (552.1325); TDCJ inmate information (552.134); account numbers (552.136); and email addresses (552.137), an archivist must review these records before they can be accessed for research. The records may be requested for research under the provisions of the Public Information Act (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Chapter 552). The researcher may request an interview with an archivist or submit a request by mail (Texas State Library and Archives Commission, P. O. Box 12927, Austin, TX 78711), fax (512-463-5436), email (Dir_Lib@tsl.state.tx.us), or see our web page (https://www.tsl.state.tx.us/requestgovernorbushrecords.html). Include enough description and detail about the information requested to enable the archivist to accurately identify and locate the information requested. (Note: The Governor's Office has requested that the State Archives contact the Public Information Coordinator for the Governor's Office when we receive a Public Information Act request for these records.) If our review reveals information that may be excepted by the Public Information Act, we are obligated to seek an open records decision from the Attorney General on whether the records can be released. The Public Information Act allows the Archives ten working days after receiving a request to make this determination. The Attorney General has 45 working days to render a decision. Alternately, the Archives can inform you of the nature of the potentially excepted information and if you agree, that information can be redacted or removed and you can access the remainder of the records.

Restrictions on Use

Most records created by Texas state agencies are not copyrighted. State records also include materials received by, not created by, state agencies. Copyright remains with the creator. The researcher is responsible for complying with U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S.C.).

Researchers are required to wear gloves provided by the Archives when reviewing photographic materials.

To view the videotapes or listen to the audiocassettes please contact Archives staff.

Technical Requirements

Videotapes are in VHS format.

Computer disks are 3.5" and hardware and software requirements are unknown.

Audio cassette tapes may require a listening copy to be made.

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Index Terms

The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Personal Names:
Allbaugh, Joe.
Bush, George W. (George Walker), 1946-
Corporate Names:
Texas. Office of the Governor.
Subjects:
Taxation--Texas.
Economic development--Texas.
Education--Texas.
Criminal justice, Administration of--Texas.
Emergency management--Texas.
Governors--Texas.
Labor supply--Texas.
Military bases--Texas.
Administrative agencies--Texas.
Transportation--Texas.
Natural resources--Texas.
Human services--Texas.
Public health--Texas.
Places:
Texas--Politics and government--1951-
Texas--Officials and employees--Selection and appointment.
Texas--Economic development.
Document Types:
Correspondence--Texas--Governors--bulk 1995-1999.
Memorandums--Texas--Governors--bulk 1995-1999.
Clippings--Texas--Governors--bulk 1995-1999.
Speeches--Texas--Governors--bulk 1995-1999.
Reports--Texas--Governors--bulk 1995-1999.
Legislative records--Texas--Governors--bulk 1995-1999.
Press releases--Texas--Governors--bulk 1995-1999.
Audio cassettes--Texas--Governors--bulk 1995-1999.
Photographs--Texas--Governors--bulk 1995-1999.
Videocassettes--Texas--Governors--bulk 1995-1999.
Functions:
Administering government.
Influencing government policy of Texas.

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Related Material

The following materials are offered as possible sources of further information on the agencies and subjects covered by the records. The listing is not exhaustive.

Texas State Archives
Texas Governor George W. Bush Policy Office records, 1970, 1982-2000, bulk, 1995-2000, 63.25 cubic ft.
Texas Governor George W. Bush General Counsel legal opinions and advice, 1892, 1918, 1921, 1925, 1932, 1942-1944, 1948, 1954, 1956, 1963, 1965, 1968-1969, 1972-2000, bulk 1995-2000, 14 cubic ft.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

(Identify the item and cite the folder and topic), Texas Governor George W. Bush Executive Assistant's Office subject files. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Accession Information

Accession number: 2002/151

In December 2000, Governor George W. Bush designated the George Bush Presidential Library as the repository for the records from his tenure as Governor of Texas, under authority of Texas Government Code, Section 441.201. Shortly after he left office, the records were shipped to the Bush Library in College Station, Texas. Texas Attorney General John Cornyn ruled the records are state records subject to the Texas Public Information Act and the management of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission even after transfer to a federal facility (Opinion No. JC-0498, May 3, 2002). In July 2002 the records were transferred from the Bush Library to the Texas State Archives in Austin for preparation for research use. In June 2003, a memorandum of understanding signed by representatives of the National Archives and Records Administration, the Texas State Library and Archives Commission, and George W. Bush replaced a January 2002 interim memorandum of understanding.The records were moved to the George W. Bush Presidential Library in February 2013.

Processing Information

Tonia J. Wood, January 2005

Finding aid updated and made DACS compliant by Tonia J. Wood, April 2013

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Detailed Description of the Records

 

Executive Assistant's Office subject files, 1944, 1947, 1960, 1962, 1967, 1977-1978, 1980-1981, 1983-1999, undated, bulk 1995-1999,
21.65 cubic ft.

Box
2002/151-296 Administration Division,
Vols. 1-2
[Memos, reports, correspondence, lists, policies, financial records, floor plans, and clippings were created by or forwarded from the Administration Division of the Governor's Office, 1995-1998, undated. Subjects concern Governor's Office staffing, ethics policies, risk management, Y2K (troubleshooting for computer problems expected in 2000), security, equipment, parking, a building study, and employee policies and procedures. Vickers Meadows served as director of the Administration Division during George W. Bush's tenure as Texas Governor.]
December 1997-June 1998, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
June-August 1997, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
April-May 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
February-March 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: email address]
January-February 1997
Update to Risk Management for Texas State Agencies, January 1997
December 1996-January 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; certain legal information]
1996 Governor's Office annual financial report, November 1996
May, July-September 1996
April 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
March 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
January-February 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Ethics policy, July, September 1995; June 1996
June-July 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
March-May 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Floor plans, February 1995
Governor's Office budget by division and EEO [Equal Employment Opportunity] statistics, February 1995
Governor's Office staffing report, February 27, 1995
January-February 1995
AFL-CIO
[Newsletters, news releases, correspondence, and memos with attachments, 1995-1996, undated, from or concerning the AFL-CIO or other labor unions.]
Re: JTPA [Job Training Partnership Act] Title III Rapid Response Contract, August 1996, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: draft contract]
Labor News newsletters, January-February 1996
News releases concerning Texas Workforce Commission appointments, September-October 1995
Letter and ILO Washington Focus newsletter, September, Summer 1995
Agriculture, Vol. 2
[Correspondence, memos, press release, position paper, and USDA inspector general semiannual report, 1995-1998, concerning agricultural issues such as pesticide approval, endangered species, re-certification of the Texas Agricultural Mediation Program at Texas Tech University, rural economic development, animal feed, and the death of a Future Farmer of America member's hog. Correspondents include Agriculture Commissioner Rick Perry, Governor's Policy Office staff, and U.S. Department of Agriculture officials. "Agriculture Vol. 1" was not included in the files.]
Correspondence with Rick Perry, Department of Agriculture, 1995, 1997
Texas Agricultural Mediation Program, 1996-1997
[2 folders]
[Folder 1 contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memoranda from Policy staff, 1995, 1997-1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Aircraft Pooling Board,
Vols. 1-2
[Correspondence, studies, memos, plans (drawings), and presentation materials, 1993-1997, concerning the Aircraft Pooling Board, with a focus on the City of Austin's move from Robert Mueller Municipal Airport to Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, and its effect on the board. Additional materials concern a pilot's dispute with the board's executive director and presentation materials on aircraft. Correspondents include board chair Bill Clayton, Austin city manager Jesus Garza, board executive director Bob Dulaney, and pilot Al Hall.]
Correspondence and Cost study for operation of Robert Mueller Municipal Airport as a general aviation only airport, 1997
[2 folders]
Commercial appraisal review, City of Austin, Robert Mueller Municipal Airport, August, December 1996
Correspondence from Jesus Garza, Austin city manager, October-December 1996
Relocation study:
Table of contents and Tab A: Options from the City of Austin, 1993-1994
Tab A: Options from the City of Austin, 1996
Tab B: Mueller Airport options, March, October 1996, undated
Tab C: Additional options, October-November 1996
Tab D: Miscellaneous information, October 1996
Correspondence, March-July 1996
Fairchild Aircraft materials, 1996
[2 folders]
Alamo Community College District, 1998
[correspondence re: invitation for Governor Bush to speak]
Alcohol and Drug Abuse,
Vols. 1-4
[Correspondence, memos, transcripts, reports, clippings, proposal, and briefing, 1995-1997, concerning the Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse (TCADA), its receivership, investigations of the agency and its service providers by the Department of Public Safety, State Auditor's Office, and a legislative committee, problems with Riverside General Hospital in Houston, and personnel issues (including hiring and firing of executive directors). Correspondents include TCADA commissioners and staff, service providers, legislators, other state and local officials and employees, attorneys, and Jeb Bush.]
Correspondence with attachments, February, July 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: legislator's correspondence from Texas citizen/resident]
Correspondence, May 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: home address, home phone number, and social security number of public employee]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9605300061]
A review of fiscal and programmatic controls and the results of an investigation at Riverside General Hospital, Houston, Texas, May 1996
[2 folders]
Riverside General Hospital, June, October 1995; February-April 1996
Correspondence, February-April 1996
Transcript of the Joint Senate House Investigative Committee from Tape One and Two, February 12, 1996
[4 folders]
Index to transcript of the Joint Senate House Investigative Committee from Tape One and Two, February 12, 1996
Correspondence and clippings, September-December 1995
Riverside General Hospital proposal, September 18, 1995
[5 folders; removed from binder]
Correspondence, August 1995
Provider suspension letters and documentation:
July 18, 1995
[3 folders]
July 17, 1995
[5 folders]
July 13, 1995
[7 folders]
July 12, 1995
Re: Teen Challenge [faith-based substance abuse program], June 1995
Correspondence and memos, April 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; certain legal information]
Briefing, March 31, 1995
Correspondence, March 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: home address, home phone number of government official and employee; privacy]
Correspondence and memos, February 1995
Alcoholic Beverages,
Vols. 1-2
[Correspondence, memos, printed material, legislative records, proclamation, study, speech, [1993?], 1995-1996, concerning the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC), the broadcast advertising of hard liquor, and legislation concerning liquor distribution. Correspondents include TABC commissioners and staff, a U.S. senator, Alaskan governor Tony Knowles, legislators, Governor's Office staff, lawyers, and lobbyists.]
Memos with attachments and printed material, October 1996-June 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memos, October 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence re: House Bill 2732, May 1995
[2 folders]
"How equity agreements can benefit suppliers and wholesalers," presentation, April 23, 1995
House Bill 2732 bill analyses and veto proclamation, May 1995, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: legislator's correspondence from Texas citizen/resident]
House Bill 2732, enrolled version, May 1995
House Bill 2732, as finally passed and sent to the governor, May 1995
The regulatory and economic basis of wine and spirits wholesaling in the alcohol beverage industry, 2nd edition, [1993?]
America's Promise, 1997
[Correspondence, memos, printed material, agenda, schedules, plans, press releases, 1997, concerning America's Promise--The Alliance for Youth, the Texas delegation to the Presidents' Summit for America's Future held in Philadelphia in April 1997, and "The Texas Challenge" held September 23, 1997 in San Antonio. The organization's and events' purpose was to ensure that America's youth have access to fundamental resources necessary to leading productive lives. Correspondents include Colin Powell, America's Promise staff, Texas Commission on Volunteerism and Community Service members and staff, and Governor's Office staff. See also folders titled Volunteerism & Community Service.]
Correspondence, memos, May, July 1997
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9705130536]
Plans
[Contains possibly excepted information: draft plan]
The Promise Book
Governor's package, August 1997
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9708180171]
Agenda, itinerary, script for Texas summit, August-September 1997
Box
2002/151-297 Folder of printed material
[4 folders]
Press releases and logistical information
[2 folders]
Itinerary and run of show
Geanie Morrison, Commission for Women, TxCVCS (Texas Commission on Volunteerism and Community Service
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
21st Annual Governor's Volunteer Leadership Conference program and Texas summit plans
Texas summit
[2 folders]
Commission on Volunteer and Community Service
Run of show
American Airlines-British Airways Alliance,
Vols. 1-2
[Correspondence, summaries, clippings, press releases, and fact sheet, 1996-1997, regarding American Airlines. The 1996 materials support or oppose the airline's proposed alliance with British Airways. The 1997 documents concern a proposed American Airlines pilot strike. Correspondents include Governor Bush, American Airlines, Continental Airlines, lobbyists, members of Congress, state legislators, and Houston officials.]
Re: pilot strike, February 1997
June-September 1996
June-August 1996
June-July 1996
[2 folders]
American Red Cross, 1997
[Policy re: civil disorder. See also folders titled Ready Texans.]
Americorps, October 1996
[World magazine article]
Amtrak
[Correspondence, petition, memos, legislation, clippings, resolution, agenda, schedules, and tables, 1996-1997, concerning Amtrak, proposed changes to its Texas Eagle route, and state subsidies or loans to support continued service in Texas. Correspondents include Governor Bush, Governor's Office staff, U.S. senators, Comptroller John Sharp, consultant Ray Barnhart, Texas Department of Transportation officials, Amtrak officials, and members of the public.]
1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; certain legislative documents]
1996
[3 folders]
[Folder 1 contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Appointments,
Vols. 1-4
[Correspondence (including letters of recommendation and appointment), memos, press releases, lists, statistics, statutes, resumes, and biographical information, 1994-1999, concern Governor Bush's appointments to commissions, boards, task forces, etc. Correspondents include Governor's Office staff, state legislators, local officials, and executives.]
Correspondence, memos, lists, 1998-1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; home addresses, etc. of public official]
List of appointees needing confirmation, by appointee, September 21, 1998
List of appointees needing confirmation, by senator, September 21, 1998
List of appointees needing confirmation, by board, September 21, 1998
Correspondence and press release, May-September 1997
Press releases, April 1997
Press releases and memo, March 1997
Press releases and correspondence, February 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: home address and home phone number of government employee]
January 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legislative documents]
Thomas Jude Long, December 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: privacy--medical information; home address, home phone number, family information of government official; drivers license number]
September, December 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; privacy--medical information; drivers license number]
Appointees needing confirmation, September 5, 1996
July 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: home address and home phone number of government employee; agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9606030086]
April-June 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: drivers license number; home address, home phone number, social security number, and family information of government officials]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9604250017]
February-March 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: home address, home phone number, family information of government employee]
January 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: drivers license number; home address, home phone number, family information of government officials, privacy--medical information]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9601160050]
Governor appointed positions, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Press releases, letter, and list, November 20, 1995-December 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: home phone numbers of government officials]
Press releases, November 1-16, 1995
Press releases and correspondence, October 1995
Press releases, October 2-12, 1995
Press releases and correspondence, September 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: home addresses, home phone numbers of government officials]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9508290071]
Press releases, correspondence, and list, July-August 1995
June 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: home phone number of former government employee]
Lists, May 1995
Press releases, correspondence, and list, May 1995
Press releases, May 1-4, 1995
Candidates for Texas Commission for National and Community Service, [April 1995?]
[Contains possibly excepted information: home address and home phone number of public employees]
Press releases and statistics, April 1995
Press releases and correspondence, March 22-31, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: home address and home phone number of government employee]
March 17-21, 1995
March 3-16, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Press releases and correspondence, February 1995
December 1994-January 1995
[re: scheduling meetings not appointing to office], November-December 1994
Unconfirmed nominees, November 7, 1994
Appropriations Bill for 1998-1999, March 1997
[Summary review of Committee Substitute for House Bill 1 and comparison with Governor's proposed budget.]
Introductory material and Article I, General government
Article II, Health and Human Services
Article III, Education to Article IV, Judiciary
Article V, Public Safety and Criminal Justice to Article VI, Natural Resources
Article VII, Business and Economic Development to Article VIII, Regulatory
Article IX, General provisions
Architectural Examiners, 1997
[Memo re: computerized licensing exam]
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Art--Governor's area, 1996
[Note and printed material re: portraits of John Hulen and Henry Allen.]
Arter & Hadden
[Correspondence, memos, biographical information, clippings, 1995-1996, requesting meetings with Joe Allbaugh or Governor Bush, inviting Governor Bush to events, or providing information about LULAC v. UT System, Texas A&M University System et al.. Correspondents include James Jonas and Tom Loeffler.]
December 1995-May 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9604110037; 9603180101]
March-April, June 1995
Attorney General,
Vols. 1-2
[List of complaints, memo, correspondence, press releases, clippings, printed material, and opinion, 1995-1997, from the Office of the Attorney General concerning child support, Hopwood, tobacco litigation, welfare reform legislation, general employment law, dual office-holding, and Deborah Brown et al. v. USA et al., the Branch Davidian lawsuit against former Governor Ann Richards. Correspondents include Attorney General Dan Morales, Governor's Office staff, and an attorney. See also folder titled Child support.]
Child Support Division complaints and memo, 1997:
November-December
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
October
May-September
January-April
[Contains possibly excepted information: social security number]
Press releases, clippings, correspondence, December 1995; January, August 1996
General employment law, [1995?]
Correspondence, opinion, August-October 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters]
Auditor
[Memos, preliminary analyses, audit reports, lists, correspondence, and executive summary, 1995-1999, concerning results of state agency audits by the State Auditor's Office. Correspondents include Governor's Office staff, State Auditor's Office staff, and Lt. Governor Bob Bullock's staff.]
Preliminary analyses of SAO [State Auditor's Office] reports:
February-April 1999
February, November-December 1998; January 1999
List of selected SAO audits and report on Fire Fighters' Pension Commission, October 1997, 1998
Audit report on UT Brownsville in partnership with Texas Southmost College, August 1997
December 1996, January, May, August 1997
Preliminary analyses of SAO reports:
December 1996
November 1996
Preliminary analysis and correspondence from SAO, August 1995-October 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9604080186; 9604030093; 9603180088]
Austin Downtown Management Organization
[Correspondence, meeting agenda, reports, lists, printed material, clippings, 1994-1996, from the Austin DMO, Inc., later known as the Downtown Austin Alliance, concerning meetings, security, economy, and projects, including Christmas plans. Other correspondents include Governor Bush and Austin mayor Bruce Todd.]
July 27, 1995-September 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9601250112; 9511150030]
Board of director's meeting, July 13, 1995
June 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Board of director's meeting, April 13, 1995
[2 folders]
The Downtown Report, March 1995
February-March 1995
March 1995, undated
Annual report, 1994
Aviation Hall of Fame, Texas, March 1997
[Correspondence re: dedication]
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Banking
[Correspondence, memos, workbook, and presentation materials, 1990, 1994-1996, concerning the Texas Department of Banking and the Texas Finance Commission, prepaid funeral services, credit unions, and interstate branching. Correspondents include the Banking Commissioner, Governor Bush, and a citizen.]
Correspondence and memos, June 1995-June 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Letter and The Riegle-Neal Interstate Banking and Branching Efficiency Act: The Challenge for the States, October 1994, February 1995
Letter, legal opinions and list of Finance Commission members, 1990, January-February 1995
Presentation, February 1995
Box
2002/151-298 Bingo
[Correspondence, memos, charts, list, quarterly reports, license requests, [199-], 1994-1996, concerning charitable bingo, House Bill 3021, and bingo licenses. Correspondents include lobbyists, Governor's Office staff, Texas Lottery Commission members and staff, and bingo operators. See also folders titled Texas Lottery, Gambling, and Gaming.]
Re: legislation, proposals:
1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9603280019]
1995
Re: licensees, problems:
1995
1994-1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: drivers license numbers and social security numbers]
List of organizations conducting bingo games, [199-]
Blind Commission, [199-?]
[Issue paper re: House Bill 264 and Federation for the Blind protest. See also folders titled Health and Human Services.]
Blue Cross/Blue Shield
Perspectives on managed care, February 1998
TABCC [Texas Association of Business & Chambers of Commerce] Health Partners Task Force, October 1997
Bond Review Board,
Vols. 1-2
Re: applicants for executive director, 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: home addresses, home phone numbers of public employees]
Memos and agenda concerning board meetings, October 1995-November 1996
Border Governors
[Memos, agenda, list, declaration, invoice and receipts, 1996-1998, concerning the XV and XVI Border Governors' Conference. Correspondents include Governor's Office staff, Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs executive director, and Public Strategies, Inc. staff.]
March-April, June-July 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
1996-1997
Public Strategies Incorporated invoice and receipts, 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: credit card and other account numbers]
BRAC [Base Realignment and Closure Commission], 1997
[Correspondence re: consultant offers. See also folders titled Military and Military base closures.]
Budget & Planning,
Vols. 1-3
[Correspondence, memos, summaries, charts, lists, clippings, financial records, legislative records, and printed material, 1994-1999, sent to Executive Assistant Joe Allbaugh or Governor Bush from or through Albert Hawkins, director of the Governor's Budget and Planning Office. Subjects include tax reform, Wagner-Peyser funds, Y2K (computer problems expected in 2000), school finance, biennial budget estimates, FTE [full time equivalent] caps, salaries of agency heads, prison capacity, state government goals, funding for a variety of programs including courthouse restoration and the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP), university formula funding, agencies' emergency deficiency grant requests, and federal funds issues including welfare benefits for aliens and Medicaid. See also separate series of records of the Governor's Budget and Planning Office.]
Nomination of Albert Hawkins [Budget & Planning Director], Texas State Agency Business Administrators Association 1998 Administrator of the Year, April-May 1998
August 1998-February 1999, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Seaborne Conservation Corps, August 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
June-July 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memos, March-May 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos, February-March 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos and lists, January-February 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos, December 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos, November-December 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
September-December 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos, July-August 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos, March-August 1997
Memos, April 1997
Budget comparison and House Bill 3173, March 1997
[2 folders]
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legislative documents; agency memoranda]
Responses to Senate Finance Committee, January-February 1997
[3 folders]
Contracts for state cost allocation plan, November 1996
Budget development issues for selected state agencies for the 75th Legislature, 1997, Governor's Office of Budget and Planning, November 1996
[3 folders]
Memo, September 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Governor's Office budget request for fiscal years 1998/1999, August 1996
[3 folders]
Tax increment financing/Grapevine Mills, May-July 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memos with attachments, April-July 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos and correspondence, March 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos with attachments, January-February 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Office of the Governor, Operating budget report, fiscal year 1996, November 1995
Correspondence and memos with attachments, November-December 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos with attachments, October 1995, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; home phone number of government official]
September 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
August 1995, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memos, May-July 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
March-May 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legislative documents; agency memoranda]
Memos with attachments, March 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos with attachments, November 1994-February 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; account numbers]
Memos with attachments, February 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
January, April 1995, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Budget execution/approval riders included in CSHB 1, 74th Legislature, Regular Session, 1995
Notification/reporting requirement riders included in CSHB 1, 74th Legislature, Regular Session, 1995
Lt. Governor Bullock,
Vols. 1-2
[Correspondence, memos, press releases, itinerary, charts, lists, 1995-1998, to or from Lieutenant Governor Bob Bullock or his staff, concerning the lack of a Governor's Office email address, drought conditions in Texas, "out of state" letters notifying Bullock of dates to serve as acting Governor, appointments by Bullock, the Judicial Selection Task Force, interim study charges, legislation, and the funeral of Robert E. Johnson, Sr. Some memos from Bullock's staff were forwarded to the Governor's Office and are located in files throughout this series. Additional out of state letters are located in a separate series in the Executive Office records.]
Update on drought conditions and state's efforts, August 1998
Correspondence, 1996-1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: e-mail addresses]
Memo, press releases and out of state letters, July-November 1996
Out of state letters and memo re: holiday, March-May 1996
Memos, press releases, and out of state letters, December 1995-February 1996
Press releases, out of state letters, and correspondence, October-November 1995
September 1995
[2 folders]
[First folder contains possibly excepted information: home phone number of government employee]
[First folder contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9509270004; 9509270005]
Interim charges for Senate committees, August 25, 1995
May-August 1995
January-April 1995
Carbon I & II
[Papers, reports, memos, correspondence, charts, and clippings, 1995-1997, re: air pollution from Mexican power plants.]
1996-1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
1997
[3 folders]
[Folder 2 contains possibly excepted information: email address]
1995, 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Census 2000
[Clippings, memos, reports, 1998-1999, concerning preparations for the U.S. decennial census in 2000, methods of counting, and potential effects on Texas.]
U.S. Census Monitoring Board and news articles:
January-February 1999
1998
Memos from Vickers Meadows:
June 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
January 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Century Council, February-April 1995
[2 folders]
[Press releases, memos, and plans for bilingual anti-drunk driving campaign. See also separate series Executive Assistant's Office files, Correspondence file.]
Child support
[Correspondence, memos, and work plan, 1997-1999, concerning the development of solutions to problems with the Attorney General's Child Support Division. See also folders titled Attorney General.]
Memos and correspondence, August, October 1998; January 1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos and work plan, December 1997, April 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP), 1999, [199-?]
[2 folders]
Children's Trust Fund, 1997-1998
[re: contracts and sunset review]
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Citizens for a Sound Economy
Correspondence and memos, 1995-1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9508230057]
Folder of printed material:
Press releases, advertisements, programs, 1995
Brochures, [1995?]
Press clippings, 1995
Annual report and Grassroots America special report, 1994
Citizen Alert, Vol. II, Nos. 1-2, 1995
Economic Perspective and Capitol Comments, November 1994; May, July 1995
Issues and answers:
August 1995
March, July 1995
August 1993, April 1994
Health care reform, Citizen's guide to energy and the environment, and Wasting America's money II, 1992, [199-]
Bumper stickers, buttons, cards, [1995?]
Box
2002/151-299 Coastal Management
[Correspondence, memos, proposed rules, comments, clippings, legislation, press releases, schedules, talking points, and a statement by Land Commissioner Garry Mauro, 1994-1996, concerning the development of Texas' Coastal Zone Management Plan and its approval by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management (OCRM), and the role of the Texas Coastal Coordination Council. Correspondents include Governor Bush, his General Counsel staff, Land Commissioner Garry Mauro, Lieutenant Governor Bob Bullock, Railroad Commissioner Barry Williamson, Texas Department of Agriculture officials, OCRM officials, legislators, lawyers, and engineers. See also folders titled Environmental, Land Office, and Railroad Commission.]
Correspondence and talking points, August-November 1995, June 1996
Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management's comments on the Coastal Coordination Council's proposed rules, July-August 1995
[3 folders]
Schedule, correspondence, statement, July 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
May-June 1995
March-April 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
1994, February-March 1995, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Proposed rules, Texas Administrative Code, Chapter 501, Coastal Management Program, 1995?
[3 folders]
Coastal Coordination Council amendments to Texas Administrative Code, Section 503.1 re: Coastal Management Program boundary, 1995
Proposed rules, Texas Administrative Code, Chapter 505, Council procedures for state consistency with Coastal Management Program goals and policies, 1995?
[2 folders]
Proposed rules, Texas Administrative Code, Chapter 506, Council procedures for federal consistency with Coastal Management Program goals and priorities, [1995?]
Colleges & universities, March 24, 1997
[Memo from Budget & Planning staff re: university formula funding. See also folders titled Budget & Planning.]
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Commerce Department,
Vols. 1-3
[Correspondence, memos, reports, press releases, clippings, printed material, presentation and briefing material, 1991-1996, undated, comprise materials about or from the Texas Department of Commerce (TDOC). Subjects include economic development, including business expansion, attraction, and closure; trade missions; military base closures; and the Job Training Partnership Act. Correspondents include TDOC executive directors Brenda Arnett and Deborah Kastrin, Texas Economic Development Council, business owners and representatives, and foreign trade organizations. See folders titled Department of Economic Development for files beginning January 1997. See also folders titled Economic development and Military base closures.]
Information regarding Deborah Kastrin's service as executive director, January-February 1995, December 1996
[3 folders]
[Folders 1-3 contain possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; information relating to economic development negotiations]
Correspondence, news release, clipping, September-December 1996
Correspondence and memo, August 1996
Correspondence, clipping, memo, July 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9608020017]
Covering all the bases: Texas' plan for the new defense environment, recommendations to the Governor, Texas Defense Economic Adjustment Advisory Council, July 1996
June 1996
[2 folders]
[First folder contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9606060093]
May 1996
[2 folders]
[Folder 1 contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
April 1996
The Mills Corporation materials, 1995-April 1996
March 1996
[2 folders]
February 1996
[2 folders]
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9602260122; 9602200129; 9602130084]
January 19-26, 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9601300050]
Phone Power, Inc., January 18, 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9601250058]
January 16, 1996, undated
January 3-15, 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9601160192]
United Kingdom Investment Mission, personal briefing packet for Brenda F. Arnett, executive director, January 1996
[2 folders]
Kelly [Air Force Base] privatization presentation, undated
October-December 1995
[Folders 1-3 contain possibly excepted information: information relating to economic development negotiations]
Material from Cypress Semiconductor, [ca. October 1995]
[3 folders]
Florida Council of 100, November 1992, October 17, 1995, undated
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9510180095]
Internal audit, October 13, 1995
October 1995, undated
September 1995
[2 folders]
Defense transition grant, August 1995
[3 folders]
[Folder 1 contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9508140090]
July-August 1995
[Folder 1 contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; information concerning economic development negotiations]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9508140069]
Global Communities workshop information, July 1995
[2 folders]
Texas Manufacturing Assistance Center, article and printed material, July 1995
Smart Jobs Fund biennial report, 1994-1995, July 1995
June 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters]
Presentation by representatives from the City of Jefferson and Marion County, Texas for assistance concerning a proposed International Paper Co. particle board plant, April 4, 1995
[removed from binder]
March-May 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters; agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9503170177]
Luigino's Italian Food, March 1, 1995
January-February 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: home address and phone number of government employee]
Organization charts:
January 1995
October 1994
Incentives, January 1995
[5 folders; removed from binder]
Executive brief, Governor's transition package, Job Training Partnership Act, January 1995
NAFTA and Texas State Office in Mexico City, 1992-1993, [1995?]
[2 folders; removed from binder]
Carrier complaint re: State of Texas Energy Efficient Air Conditioner Program, October 1991-October 1994
[4 folders]
Communications,
Vols. 1-2
Office of the Governor web site recommendations, August 1997
Clippings and Schreiner College speech, April 1996
Articles and transcript of President Clinton's State of the Union address, January, March 1996
Communities in Schools,
Vols. 1-2
Memo with letter, October 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Reports, memo, letter, March, June 1995; August 1996
Comptroller of Public Accounts,
Vols. 1-2
[Memos, correspondence, plans, fact sheets, clippings, press releases, 1991, 1995-1998, from or about the Texas Comptroller's Office concerning business and property taxation, tax relief, fundraising, welfare and job training funding, welfare reform, Medicaid funding, school finance, revenue estimates, Comptroller programs and projects including the Texas Performance Review and Texas Tomorrow Fund, Bulgaria trip, Bridge City ISD et al. v. Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, and the Comptroller contract with the Office of State-Federal Relations. Correspondents include Comptroller John Sharp and his staff, legislators, Governor's Office staff, and citizens.]
1997-1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
June 1991, November 1996
February-November 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9604110032]
November-December 1995
October 1995
Texas Sales and Use Tax Rates, October 1995
September 1995
Texas Workforce Commission project: progress report, September 1995
May, July-August 1995
March 1995
January-February 1995
1996-1997 Biennial revenue estimate, 74th Legislature, January 1995
Computers for Schools, 1997-1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Conservation Work Corps,
Vols. 1-2

[empty folder removed]
Report to governor and policy memo, June-July 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Interagency cooperative agreement between TDCJ [Texas Department of Criminal Justice] and TPWD [Texas Parks and Wildlife Department], May 1995
Contracts for professional service, 1997
[Re: cost allocation plan. See also Budget & Planning folders for contracts for other years.]
Box
2002/151-300 Correspondence
Internal memos and weekly report from Correspondence Division, 1995, 1997-1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Letters with attachments routed to Correspondence Division, 1997
[2 folders]
[Folder 2 contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Joe Allbaugh's correspondence on various subjects, 1997-1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: social security number]
Council on Competitive Government,
Vols. 1-2

[empty folder removed]
Correspondence and newsletter, December 1995, February-March 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9602200055]
Courthouse restoration, 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legislative documents; agency memoranda; home address and home phone number of government official]
Criminal Justice,
Vols. 1-[10]
[Correspondence, memos, plans, reports, studies, briefings, legislative bills, clippings, created by or concerning the Governor's Office Criminal Justice Division (CJD), the Criminal Justice Policy Council (CJPC), and the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ). Some material also concerns the Texas Commission on Jail Standards. Subjects include criminal justice planning, prison capacity, prisoners' health, death row inmates, prison programs, narcotics task forces, Crime Stoppers, the Vitapro scandal involving TDCJ officials, prison escapes, security fencing, and TDCJ employee complaints. Correspondents include CJPC head Tony Fabelo, TDCJ executive director Wayne Scott, TDCJ board members Allan Polunsky and Carol Vance, CJD staff, legislators, and Governor's Office staff. See also folders titled Criminal Justice Policy, Criminal Justice Vitapro, Pardons and Paroles, and Permian Basin Drug Task Force.]
Memo with attachments re: Criminal Justice Division, February 1999
[2 folders]
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Special investigation of the TDCJ Ellis Unit death row offender escape, November 26-27, 1998
[3 folders]
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain law enforcement records]
Raising the bar: an outline for excellence and Human Resources recommendations for CJD, January 1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Criminal Justice Division agency overview, [ca. 1998-1999]
Criminal Justice Focus draft and CJD summary of activities, 1998-1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Draft report to the 76th Legislature, CJD, December 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
"Politics and management in the Texas Governor's Office: the case of Crime Stoppers," William F. West, September 1998
Draft Criminal justice plan, FY 2000, CJD, August 1998
[3 folders]
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memos, May-August, December 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; TDCJ inmate information]
Correspondence, memos, list, March-April 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Vitapro indictments of James Collins and Yank Berry, March 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Multi-year statewide strategy for drugs and violent crime control, CJD, March 1998
[3 folders]
[Folder 1 contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos and correspondence, December 1997-January 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Project Re-Enterprise, Red McCombs, 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Report to the Governor and Legislature, The facts to answer three questions related to the growing demand for prison space, CJPC, November 17, 1997
Prison capacity and Texas Correctional Industries, November 1997
Sheriff Falcon and Starr County [Narcotics] Task Force:
Memos, November 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; account numbers]
Tab A and Tab B, January, March 1995; January 1996
Tab C thru Tab E, October 1996-January 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Tab F, March 1995-November 1996
[2 folders]
Tab G thru Tab I, 1993, November-December 1996, October-November 1997
Memos and correspondence, November 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: TDCJ inmate information]
Memos with attachments re: Texas Board of Criminal Justice Subcommittee on Health Care, October-November 1997
Memo with attachments, HIV/AIDS issue, September-October 8, 1997
[2 folders]
Memo and charts, October 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Faith in the Future: the Governor's Criminal Justice Plan for Texas, FY 1999, [September 1997?]
Correspondence and memos, June, August-September 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Death penalty case of Mexican national, Irineo Tristan Montoya, 1986, 1996, June 18, 1997
Correspondence and memos, June 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
May 1997
[2 folders]
[Folder 1 contains possibly excepted information: federal LEA (law enforcement agency) sensitive information. Folder 2 contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memos, April 1997
[2 folders]
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9704140601]
Correspondence and memos, November 1996-March 1997
CJD briefing packet prepared for Nancy Hugon, CJD director, February 26, 1997
[2 folders]
Correspondence, January 1997
Apples to apples: comparing the operational costs of juvenile and adult correctional programs in Texas, CJPC, January 1997
Clippings re: prison health, January 1997
Taking charge of our communities, draft report to the 75th Legislature, CJD, December 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos and clippings, November-December 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
C.A.P.S., Caring About the Prison System, April 1995-November 1996
[2 folders]
Correspondence, memos, charts, July-August 1996, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Working paper and memos, December 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; TDCJ inmate information]
Memos, correspondence, clipping, November 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9611180211; 9611180311; 9611180326]
Memos, October 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; TDCJ inmate information]
John Wicks, TDCJ personnel issue, October 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: privacy; agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9610160288]
Memos, standards, correspondence, October 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: TDCJ inmate information]
Senate Committee on Criminal Justice, interim report, 75th Legislature, September 1996
John Wicks, TDCJ personnel issue, September 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9610030177]
Clippings, August-October 1996
Correspondence and memos, March-June 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9603220083]
"Crime and reducing the recidivism rate in Texas," Carol Vance, February 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Texas Youth Commission bed capacity, December 1995-February 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9512140033]
Memos, June-[July?] 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos, clipping, summary re: Senate Bill 15, March 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos, December 1994-March 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memos, September 1996
High security bed briefing, September 1996
[2 folders]
New high-security unit, prototype design, summary from Andy Collins, prior to September 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain law enforcement records]
TDCJ State Jail Division, September or October 1996
Projection of correctional populations in Texas, fiscal years 1997-2002, CJPC, September 1996
September 1996
[2 folders]
[Folder 1 contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
"Adult and juvenile criminal justice big picture issues for the 75th Texas Legislature," CJPC briefing to Senator Bill Ratliff, September 18, 1996
September 12-17, 1996
Draft contract, September 9, 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9609090109]
September 4-6, 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; social security number of public employee; TDCJ inmate information]
August 22-29, 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; TDCJ inmate information]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9608230078]
August 18-21, 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
The Governor's criminal justice plan, FY 1998, CJD, August 1996
Memos and clippings, August 9-18, 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9608160148; 9608160196]
"Correctional facility master plan: projecting impact of policy options," CJPC briefing to state leadership, August 8, 1996
Correspondence, August 1-5, 1996
Correspondence and memos, July 16-29, 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters; agency memoranda; TDCJ inmate information]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9608020043]
Correspondence and memos, July 2-15, 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; TDCJ inmate information]
Memos, correspondence, and booklet, June 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence, memos, and draft agreement, June 3-13, 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; TDCJ inmate information]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9606040151]
Hidalgo County juvenile justice alternative education program proposal, June 1996
[2 folders]
Correspondence and memos, May 1996
[2 folders]
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; TDCJ inmate information]
[First file contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9605310062]
Response to MADD [Mothers Against Drunk Drivers] "Rating the States" survey, May 2, 1996
[3 folders]
Box
2002/151-301 Correspondence and memos, April 16-May 2, 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; TDCJ inmate information]
SAO [State Auditor's Office] draft review of Harris County Community Supervision & Corrections Department, April 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: State auditor's working papers]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9604300035]
Richard Roach, 1988, 1991
[Contains possibly excepted information: biometric identifier; certain law enforcement records]
Correspondence and memos, April 16-23, 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: privacy; TDCJ inmate information]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9604260055; 9604230019; 9604220172; 9604220047; 9604180045]
Memos, March 28-April 8, 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; TDCJ inmate information]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9604090027; 9604030106]
VINE Automated Victim Notification Service printed materials, 1995-February 1996
Correspondence and memos, March 19-27, 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9603220070; 9603250052]
Prison pay phone material from Senator Buster Brown, 1992-March 14, 1996
[3 folders]
[Folder 2 contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
TDCJ inmate telephone usage information, 1990, 1994-March 13, 1996
[2 folders]
[Folder 1 contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[First file contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9603180076]
Correspondence, memos, and map, January-March 13, 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: home address, etc. of government employee; TDCJ inmate information]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9602130043; 9602280066]
John Wicks, Vitapro, February 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain law enforcement records; social security number of TDCJ employee]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9602270009]
Memos, proposed rules, and newsletter, February 20-23, 1996
[Folder 1 contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memos, February 1-13, 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: TDCJ inmate information]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9602130030]
Memos and itinerary, January 22-29, 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: TDCJ inmate information]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9601300029; 9601240121; 9601250066]
Correspondence and memos, January 4-22, 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: TDCJ inmate information]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9601240029; 9601250069]
Post Trauma Staff Support Program operations manual, January 1996
[2 folders]
Faxes to and from Allan Polunsky, December 1995
[File contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; TDCJ inmate information]
Milton Ducksworth, 1994, November 1995, April 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9511130200]
Memos, correspondence, and agenda, October 16-November 29, 1995
[File contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; TDCJ inmate information]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9511290101; 9511170033]
Memo, Sandia National Laboratories exterior sensor testing, October 11-12, 1995
[File contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; certain law enforcement records]
Intrusion detection system, Ellis I, 1994-October 11, 1995
Correspondence and background paper, September 20-October 9, 1995
[File contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; certain law enforcement records]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9510090021]
Correspondence, memos, and clippings, August 13-September 13, 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9509180047]
[File contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; litigation information]
Responses to protest letters re: proposed location of sexually oriented business, August 10, 1995
Memos, correspondence, and clippings, July-August 7, 1995
[File contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; privacy]
[See General Counsel's Constituent correspondence, Manuel, for related material.]
Correspondence, memos, and news article, June 1995
[File contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; TDCJ inmate information]
Correspondence and printed material re: ReVia, June 1, 1995
Correspondence and memos, May 24-30, 1995
[File contains possibly excepted information: certain law enforcement records; TDCJ inmate information]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9505290314]
Transcript, Conference Committee on CSHB [Committee Substitute House Bill] 1, excerpt: James Andy Collins testimony [re: pay phones in prisons], May 15, 1995
Memos and correspondence, April 10, 20-24, 1995
[File contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; home address, home phone number, etc. of government employee; TDCJ inmate information]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9504240399]
Briscoe Unit report, March 14-April 12, 1995
[File contains possibly excepted information: certain law enforcement records]
Testimony re: Clements, O'Neill, Pierce & Nickens potential representation in litigation to terminate federal jurisdiction of Texas prison system, March 1995
Re: contract dispute resolutions on state construction projects and House Bill 1369, March 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: litigation information; certain legislative documents; certain legal matters]
Memos and transcript, February 27-March 1, 1995
[File contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; TDCJ inmate information]
Memos re: Task Force on Recidivism and Terrell Unit, January, March 1995
[File contains possibly excepted information: certain law enforcement records; agency memoranda ]
Memos, statistics, and overview, January-February 23, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain law enforcement records; agency memoranda; home address and home phone number of government employee; TDCJ inmate information]
Memo with attachments from Carol Vance, December 9, 1994
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain law enforcement records]
Correspondence and memos, September, November-December 1994
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; home address and home phone number of government employee]
Memo with attachments re: background on tobacco-free prison policy, November 22, 1994
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters]
Criminal Justice Policy
[Reports, briefings, presentations, 1997-1998, from the Criminal Justice Policy Council. Subjects include prison capacity, recidivism, and juvenile justice policies.]
"Projection of adult and juvenile correctional population and capacity, FY 1999 to FY 2003,"report to the Governor and Legislature, September 1998
Projection of adult correctional populations in Texas, fiscal years 1999-2003, September 1998
Projection of juvenile justice populations in Texas, fiscal years 1999-2003, September 1998
"Prison rehabilitation programs and recidivism: the facts, the policy and the next step," presentation to Sunset Commission, July 1, 1998
"Correctional demand: interim projection tracking and related issues," briefing to the Governor and Legislature, February 3, 1998
"Review of tougher new juvenile justice policies, juvenile crime trends and projected juvenile correctional populations," report to the Governor and Legislature, January 29, 1998
"Projection of adult correctional population and capacity, FY 1998 to FY 2002," report to the Governor and Legislature, September 15, 1997
Working drafts, "Projection of adult correctional population and capacity, FY 1998 to FY 2002," September 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: has note: agency memoranda]
Criminal Justice-Vitapro
[Includes correspondence, memos, purchase orders and requisitions, press releases, court document, and articles, 1995-1996, on the broader audit of TDCJ purchasing and contract administration as well as the investigation of the Vitapro contract.]
Re: security system purchase, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
1995-1996, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters; agency memoranda; home address, home phone number and family information of government official]
Cyprus Spring landfill
[See Spring-Cypress landfill.]
Department of Economic Development,
Vols. 1-2
[Records are correspondence, memos, printed materials, itineraries, 1995-1999, bulk 1997-1999, from or concerning the Texas Department of Economic Development (TDED) and its programs. Subjects include foreign trade missions, business expansion and relocation to Texas, job creation, military base closures and the Texas Strategic Military Planning Commission, tourism, and personnel issues. Correspondents include TDED staff and board members, Governor's Office staff, Secretary of State and staff, and members of the public. See folders titled Commerce for files dating before January 1997. See also folders titled Economic development and Military base closures.]
Correspondence and memos, September 1998-January 1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Printed material re: Katy Mills and memos and correspondence re: Lockheed Martin, February 1998
Privatized economic development (a cooperative state-tribal government compact agreement), 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain commercial or financial information; economic development information]
Memo, objectives & priorities, and organization chart, December 1997-January 1998, [1997?]
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
"Feasibility study: Can the Texas Manufacturing Institute operate without state appropriated funds?," November-December 1997
[2 folders]
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memos, November 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Meeting with PR Jindal, Saw Pipes Ltd./US Denro Steel, October-November 1997
Memos, correspondence, and agreements, September 16-October 13, 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Enterprise zones, June-September 8, 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Capital Certified Development Corporation, plan for transfer to private sector, September 1, 1997
Ernst & Young LLP Performance Improvement Program for State Travel & Tourism, August 1997
[2 folders]
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain commercial or financial information]
Correspondence and memos, May-August 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; account number]
Memos and correspondence re: Jeno F. Paulucci/Luigino's, Inc. food processing project, March 1995, March-April 21, 1997
Correspondence, memos, and reports re: Export-Import Bank, 1996, March-April 14, 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos, news articles, and correspondence, March 1997
Correspondence and memos, January-February 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Department of Public Safety
[Correspondence, memos, press releases, reports, statistics, policies, rules, clippings, notes, and video tape, 1995-1998, from or concerning the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS). Subjects include Capitol Complex security and parking, drug task forces, concealed handguns, crime statistics, a state telecommunications and information network, federal CDL (commercial driver's license) certification, directives for flying flags at half-staff, personnel issues, and department policies, reviews, and reorganization. Correspondents include DPS officials, Governor's Office staff, and local law enforcement officials. See also folders titled Administraton, Emergency Management and Permian Basin Drug Task Force.]
Correspondence and memos, June-December 1998
Correspondence, press releases, report, April-May 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: motor vehicle records]
Telecommunications and information network:
September-October 1998
May 1998, [199-]
December 1997-January 1998
Correspondence, memos, report, April-December 1997
Street enforcement, Capitol Complex, February 1997
Correspondence, memos, clippings, January-February 1997
Fire suppression reimbursement presentation, January 24, 1997
Correspondence and memos, August, November-December 1996
Briefing material, Southwest Border States Anti-Drug Information System, July 1996
[2 folders]
Correspondence and memos, November-December 1995, May-June 1996
Security survey, State Insurance Building, September-October 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain law enforcement information]
Correspondence and memos, February-September 1995
[Economic development]
[originally in untitled wallet file]
[Correspondence and printed material, 1978, 1997-1999, from individuals requesting meetings or support for economic development. These records were received directly by Joe Allbaugh rather than being routed through the Texas Department of Economic Development.]
Sinclair Broadcast Group, 1998-1999
Starcraft Boosters Inc.:
Presentation to Secretary of State Al Gonzales by Hubert P. Davis, December 1998
[4 folders]
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain commercial information]
February-March 1999
1978, April-May 1998, January 1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: e-mail addresses]
Queensland/Texas international trade, 1997
Intel, technology and education, 1997
Austin Ventures, 1997
Team Texas, High school football centennial celebration, 1997-1998
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9712030036]
AAA, 1998-1999
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9812300285]
NASA, International space station and crew of space shuttle mission STS-89, 1997-1998
Box
2002/151-302 Education,
Vols. 1-2
[Correspondence, memos, plans, reports, clippings and articles, press releases, speeches, briefing material, student records, court document, and a script, 1985, 1994-1998, [199-], concerning education issues and agencies, including computers in schools, school finance, education testing, literacy, home rule charters, accountability, the Texas Education Agency (TEA), Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB), State Board of Education (SBOE), and the Telecommunications Infrastructure Fund Board. Correspondents include agency and board members and staff, Governor's Office staff including Margaret LaMontagne, legislators, local officials, and members of the public. See also folders titled Texas Education Agency, Computers in Schools, Telecommunications [Infrastructure Fund Board]. See also Senior Advisor's Office records for additional records concerning education.]
March-June 1998, [199-]
[Contains possibly excepted information: student records (552.026 and 552.114)]
November-December 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: has note: agency memoranda]
July-September 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; certain commercial information]
Correspondence and memo, April-June 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legislative documents; agency memoranda]
Correspondence, February 1997
Correspondence and memos, January 1997
Brazosport College requests, January-February 1996, January 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; student records (552.026 and 552.114)]
Letter with attachments re: TEKS, July-September 1996
SBOE member's press release, draft discussion of Edgewood, June 1997, [199-]
July-October 1996, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9609160065]
May 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; home addresses and home phone numbers of government employees]
The Texas Education Agency rising to the challenge: an interim report to Governor George W. Bush, March 1996
Speeches, correspondence, and memos, January-February 1996
Correspondence and memos, December 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
"Basics of Texas school finance," December 1995
Memo, report, and statement, October-November 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9511150009]
August-September 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9509290031; 9508080150]
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; home address, home phone number, family information of government official]
Memos and correspondence re: JTPA [Job Training Partnership Act] funding, June-July 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9508150316]
Unfunded mandate in Senate Bill 1, education reform, May 22, 1995
Petition, Bridge City ISD et al. v. Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, 1985, 1994, May 1995
Correspondence, April-May 1995
Emergency Management,
Vols. 1-17
[Files contain correspondence, situation reports and tropical summaries, presentation materials, reports, memos, papers, agreements, resolutions, proclamations, disaster declarations, cost estimates, talking points, speeches, clippings, press releases, minutes (usually of county commissioners' court meetings), executive orders, updates to briefing book, schedules, maps, charts, and photographs, 1991, 1994-1999, concerning disaster relief and emergency assistance for storms, tornadoes, hurricanes, floods, fire, drought and related crop loss, virus-infected shrimp farms, and accidents; burn bans; anti-terrorism training; transportation of nuclear weapons; and the Republic of Texas standoff in Fort Davis. Correspondents include Tom Millwee, DEM State Coordinator; President Bill Clinton, U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), and other federal officials; state government officials and employees from the Texas Department of Agriculture, Texas Forest Service, and others; county judges and commissioners and other local government officials; organizations such as the National Governors Association and Texas Farm Bureau; and citizens affected by disasters. The Governor's Division of Emergency Management (DEM) administers a program of Comprehensive Emergency Management, designed to reduce the vulnerability of the citizens and communities of Texas to damage, to injury, and to loss of life and property by providing a system for the mitigation of, preparedness for, response to and recovery from natural or man-made disasters. Established in the Office of the Governor by the Texas Disaster Act of 1975 (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Chapter 418), the Division of Emergency Management has been placed under the control and direction of the Director of the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS). The DPS Director appoints the State Coordinator to manage the State DEM on a daily basis, and the Coordinator reports both to the Governor and to the DPS Director. Tom Millwee served as DEM state coordinator under Governor Bush. See also folders titled Department of Public Safety. For emergency management files from mid-1999 to 2000, see General files, Executive Assistant's Office files.]
Memo, correspondence, and proclamation, April-May 1999
Re: drought and fire hazard, March 1999
November 1998-February 1999
November-December 1998
Texas Floods 1998 presentation, [not before Nov. 1998]
September-October 1998
[2 folders]
FEMA-state agreement, September 1998
FEMA-state agreement, August 1998
June-August 1998
Correspondence, proclamations, and memos, June-July 1998
FEMA-state agreement, June 1998
Texas Forest Service fire and drought charts and maps, June 1998
Background paper for state and local assistance (SLA) funding reductions, March 1998
Background paper for state and local assistance (SLA) funding reductions, February 25, 1998
Damage summaries, correspondence, and conference information, November 1997, January-February 1998
October 14-November 10,1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
After action report on the Jarrell tornado and the June '97 floods, October 13, 1997
Situation reports, October 3-13, 1997
Government Code, Chapter 418, Emergency Management, prepared by Division of Emergency Management, Department of Public Safety, October 1997
Correspondence, draft executive order, and situation reports, September 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence, memos, and situation reports, May-August 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Press releases, correspondence, and situation reports, August 1995, July 1997
Correspondence, situation reports, and disaster declarations, July 11-15, 1997
Correspondence, May-July 10, 1997
Correspondence, press release, situation report, and proclamation, July1-7, 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Situation reports:
July 2-17, 1997
June 26-July 1, 1997
June 22-25, 1997
June 9-18, 1997
May 29-June 5, 1997
May 9-28, 1997
Correspondence and disaster declarations, May-June 1997
Proclamations, correspondence, memos, and legislation, April-June 4, 1997
Form letters, Ivanhoe Property Owners Association, April 29-30, 1997
[4 folders]
Correspondence, February-May 1997
Big Thicket Lake Estates, February-May 1997
[4 folders]
Situation reports, April 1997
Correspondence and memos, March-April 1997
Situation reports, March 1997
Memos, correspondence, and fund transfers, March 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters; agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memos, February-March 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Situation reports:
January 14-February 21, 1997
January 3-10, 1997
November-December 1996
Correspondence, memos, and clippings, November 1996-January 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Situation reports, correspondence, and budget information, December 17-27, 1996, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Situation reports, correspondence, and clipping, December 10-16, 1996
Situation reports, correspondence, and clipping, December 2-9, 1996
November 22-27, 1996
Correspondence, November 12-19, 1996
Situation reports and correspondence, November 6-8, 1996
November 1-5, 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9611060328]
Proclamation, reports, and maps, October 1996, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and situation reports, October 30-31, 1996
Correspondence and situation reports, October 28-29, 1996
Correspondence, October 24-29, 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9611070211; 9611070213; 9611070215]
Correspondence and situation report, October 24, 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9611060337]
Correspondence, October 24, 1996
Correspondence and situation reports, October 22-23, 1996
October 15-21, 1996
Correspondence, October 15, 1996
October 8-14, 1996
Situation reports, tropical summaries, and correspondence, October 2-7, 1996
Press release, situation reports, and correspondence, September 23-October 1, 1996
Correspondence, memo, and Congressional Record excerpt, September 25, 1996
Correspondence, September 25, 1996
Correspondence, situation reports, and press release, September 12-23, 1996
Correspondence and clippings, September 10-11, 1996
Correspondence, minutes, and flash reports, September 3-6, 1996
Box
2002/151-303 Situation reports, tropical summaries, and correspondence:
August 29-30, 1996
August 26-28, 1996
August 23, 1996
Tropical summaries and correspondence, August 22, 1996
Situation reports, tropical summaries, and correspondence, August 20-21, 1996
Situation report, tropical summaries, and correspondence, August 8-19, 1996
Situation report and correspondence, August 8, 1996
Situation reports and correspondence, August 5-7, 1996
Correspondence, July 29-August 3, 1996
Correspondence and situation reports, July 23-29, 1996
Memo, correspondence, and situation reports, July 22, 1996
Correspondence and situation reports, July 18, 1996
Correspondence, resolution, and situation reports, July 8-16, 1996
Correspondence and situation report, June 25-July 5, 1996
Correspondence and clipping, June 19-24, 1996
Correspondence, resolution, and order, June 12-18, 1996
Correspondence, resolution, and situation report, June 6-11, 1996
Correspondence, situation report, and resolution, June 3-4, 1996
Correspondence and situation report, May 31, 1996
Correspondence, situation reports, and memos, May 30, 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and situation reports:
May 29, 1996
May 25 and 28, 1996
May 20-24, 1996
Correspondence and situation reports:
May 15-20, 1996
May 13-14, 1996
Correspondence, situation reports, and financial statement, May 9-10, 1996
Correspondence, fire briefing, and situation report, May 8, 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9605130070]
Correspondence, situation reports, and resolution, May 2-7, 1996
Correspondence and situation report, May 1, 1996
Correspondence, resolutions, situation reports, April 29-30, 1996
Correspondence, situation reports, cost estimate, April 25-26, 1996
Correspondence, situation report, cost estimates, April 23-24, 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9604240159; 9604250009]
Correspondence, situation reports, proclamation, April 22, 1996
Correspondence and situation reports:
April 19, 1996
April 18, 1996
April 17, 1996
April 16, 1996
Situation reports, April 15, 1996
Correspondence and situation reports:
April 11-12, 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9604160003]
April 8-10, 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9604110129]
April 5, 1996
April 4, 1996
April 2-3, 1996
March 28-29, 1996
March 27, 1996
Situation reports:
March 26, 1996
March 25, 1996
March 24, 1996
March 23, 1996
March 22, 1996
Correspondence and situation reports:
March 21-22, 1996
March 21, 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
March 20, 1996
March 19, 1996
March 18, 1996
Situation reports:
March 15-17, 1996
March 15, 1996
Correspondence, situation reports, and cost estimate, March 14, 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9603140034]
Correspondence and situation reports:
March 13, 1996
March 12, 1996
March 11, 1996
Situation reports:
March 10, 1996
March 9, 1996
Correspondence and situation reports:
March 8, 1996
March 7, 1996
March 6, 1996
March 5, 1996
March 3-4, 1996
Situation reports, March 1-2, 1996
Correspondence and situation reports:
February 28-29, 1996
February 27-28, 1996
February 25-26, 1996
Situation reports, February 23-24, 1996
Correspondence and situation reports:
February 22, 1996
February 20-21, 1996
February 18-19, 1996
Correspondence, cost estimates, and situation reports, February 16-17, 1996
February 15, 1996
February 14, 1996
Correspondence, situation reports, and cost estimates, February 12-13, 1996
Correspondence and situation reports, January-February 9, 1996
Government Code Chapter 418, Emergency Management and correspondence, December 1995
Correspondence and situation reports:
October 4-6, 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9510090026; 9510090025; 9510050087; 9510050045]
October 3, 1995
Situation reports:
September 29-October 2, 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9510030026; 9510030028; 9510030001; 9510020030; 9510020002; 9510020004]
September 25-28, 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9509290026; 9509290034; 9509290029; 9509280044; 9509260161; 9509260040]
Correspondence, situation reports, and memo, September 21-22, 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9509250048; 9509250059; 9509250050; 9509250062; 9509250065; 9509250066; 9509250067]
Correspondence and situation reports, September 18-20, 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9509210017; 9509210013; 9509210016; 9509200027; 9509190027]
Situation reports, September 14-15, 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9509150034; 9509150032; 9509140072]
Correspondence and situation reports:
September 11-13, 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9509140077; 9509130046]
September 8, 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9509110047; 9509080033]
Situation reports, September 6-7, 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9509070029; 9509080018; 9509070019; 9509060113]
Correspondence and situation reports, September 1 and 5, 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9509060029; 9509060039; 9509060044]
Correspondence, situation reports, and satellite images, August 31, 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9509010048; 9509010050; 9509060023]
Situation reports and declaration of disaster loan area, August 30, 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9509010047; 9508300089; 9508310031; 9508310034]
Correspondence and situation reports:
August 29, 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9508300146; 9508300085; 9509060026]
August 25-28, 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9508290054; 9508290125; 9508300118; 9508250044]
Box
2002/151-304 Southeast Texas floods, October 1994, after action report, August 24, 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9509190030]
Correspondence and situation reports, August 23-24, 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9508250015]
Correspondence, situation reports, and damage estimates, August 16-22, 1995
Correspondence and situation reports, August 11, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Situation reports and satellite/radar images, August 9-10, 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9508140046; 9508100169; 9508100207; 9508100215]
Correspondence and situation reports:
August 4 and 9, 1995
August 3, 1995
August 2, 1995
July 31-August 1, 1995
July 24-28, 1995
Correspondence re: Sunrise Beach flooding, June-July 21, 1995
[8 folders]
Correspondence, July 11-12, 20-21, 1995
Correspondence and situation reports, June-July 19, 1995
Correspondence:
June 20, July 3-11, 1995
May-June 30, 1995
Correspondence, resolution, and list, May-June 21, 1995
Correspondence, resolution, and situation reports, June 9-12, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence, memos, and situation reports, June 5-8, 1995
Map, memo, and situation reports, May 31-June 1, 1995
Correspondence and situation reports, May 26-30, 1995
Correspondence and resolution, May 22-25, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence, memos, and situation reports, May 18-19, 1995
Correspondence and situation reports:
May 16, 1995
May 10-15, 1995
Situation reports, May 5-8, 1995
May 4-10, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and disaster summary, April 24-May 2, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Situation reports and disaster summary, April 17-20, 1995
Correspondence and situation reports, April 4-14, 1995
Correspondence and disaster summary, March 31, 1995
Correspondence, minutes, and situation report, March 31, 1995
Correspondence, rainfall charts, and situation reports, March 30, 1995
Correspondence and situation reports, March 24-30, 1995
Correspondence, NGA [National Governor's Association] policy, and situation reports, March 13-23, 1995
Situation reports and executive order, March 8-10, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Situation reports, disaster summary, memo, and speech, February 22-28, 1995
Correspondence, resolution, and situation reports, February 17-21, 1995
Disaster summaries, situation reports, and memo, February 8-17, 1995
Division of Emergency Management responsibilities and functions, February 7, 1995
Correspondence and situation report, January 6-11, 1995
Government Code Chapter 418, Emergency Management, January 1991
Organization charts, boundaries, and hurricane information, 1994, undated
Hurricane presentation, [199-?]
Situation report, November 8, 1994
Emissions Inspection and Maintenance
[Correspondence, news articles, reports, financial statements, summaries, 1995-1996, concerning the development and non-implementation of an emissions testing program in Texas. Correspondents include the Office of the Attorney General, Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, The Perryman Group, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Snap-On, and others.]
Tejas Testing Technology/Snap-On, September 1995, January 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: litigation information; certain legal matters ]
Beaumont/Port Arthur nonattainment area, July 1995
The importance of honoring state obligations, an assessment prepared by the Perryman Group, June 7, 1995
[4 folders]
Snap-On and program plans, April 28-May 10, 1995
March 20-April 12, 1995, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
December 1994, January 1995, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; certain legal matters]
Snap-On 1994 annual report, [1995]
Employees Retirement System of Texas,
[Vols. 1-2]
Correspondence, November-December 1996, March 1997
Correspondence and memos, April, July 1995; April 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9604290049]
Endangered Species
[Memos, draft legislation, correspondence, and articles, 1995, concerning reauthorization of the federal Endangered Species Act. Correspondents include Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission Chairman Lee Bass, Western Governor's Association staff, and Texas and other states' officials. See also folders titled Parks and Wildlife.]
Memo with attachments from Lee Bass to Cliff Johnson, April 27, June 9, June 30, 1995, undated
[2 folders]
[Folder 2 contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters]
Western Governor's Association [WGA], final draft of ESA [Endangered Species Act] legislative package, June 29, 1995
Comments on draft WGA amendments to ESA, June 26-28, 1995
Correspondence and article, March 20, 1995, April 28, 1995, summer 1995
Energy,
Vols. 1-2
[Records are memos, correspondence, press releases, legislation, and biographical information, 1993-1997, concerning energy issues such as the Texas Energy Coordination Council, Southern States Energy Board, Pantex, State Energy Conservation Office (SECO), energy research projects and programs, and oil overcharge settlement funds. Correspondents include SECO director Tobin Harvey, Governor's Policy Office staff, state officials, and members of the public. See also folders titled General Services, Railroad Commission, Southern States Energy Board, and State Energy Conservation Office.]
Memo and letter re: Texas Energy Coordination Council, March 17, April 3, 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
January, February, May, September 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9605300057]
Correspondence and memos, August-October 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9509140247; 9510300041]
Program recommendations, May 1, June 30, July 11 and 26, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Argonne National Laboratory, May 1995
Correspondence and memos re: oil overcharge rider and programs, April, May, July 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos re: LoanSTAR and SECO [State Energy Conservation Office], March 21-April 10, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos re: SECO and oil overcharge funds, March 1-8, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memos, November 1994-February 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence between USDOE [U.S. Department of Energy] and SECO, October 1993-June 1994
L.P. Environmental Services
[removed from binder]:
[Product information and material safety data sheets, 1994-1996, undated.]
Corrosion Control and TC 2000, December 1994, November 1995, undated
Clear Cladding and Graffi-Go gel, September 1994, August 1996, undated
Rubberkote and Ceramkote, April, August 1996, undated
Environmental,
Vols. 1-3
[Correspondence, memos, compact, talking points, press releases, clippings, newsletter, itinerary, ordinance, resolutions, minutes, annual report, talking points, 1994-1999, [199-], and undated, cover environmental issues, including updates on Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission (TNRCC) programs, the Edwards Aquifer, drought conditions, low level radioactive waste disposal, underground storage tank upgrade compliance, outer continental shelf revenues, air and water quality standards, pollution, recycling, involvement with the Western Regional Air Partnership, grandfathered air emission issues, emissions testing, border issues, endangered species, conservation and reclamation districts, landfills, legislation, and the Gulf of Mexico. Correspondents include Governor's Policy Office staff, TNRCC officials including Barry McBee and Ralph Marquez, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) staff, legislators and members of Congress, governors and officials from other states, environmental organizations, members of the public, and other federal, state, and local officials.]
Correspondence and memos, February-April 1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Texas Low Level Radioactive Waste Disposal Compact Commission, May, July 1998, undated
Petroleum Storage Tank (PST) enforcement, December 1998
Memos from Barry McBee, TNRCC [Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission] chairman, September, December 1998
Correspondence and memos, June-September 1998
Correspondence and memo, April 29-May 1998
Environmental equity, memo from Barry McBee, March 26 and April 14, 1998, undated
Memos from TNRCC, February-April 1998
TNRCC 1997 annual report, February 1998
Correspondence and talking points, February 17, 1998, [1997 or 1998]
Correspondence and proposal, March, September, November-December 1997
Correspondence and memos, August-October 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos, correspondence, speech, July-August 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence, November 26, 1996, June 1997
Air standards, November-December 1996; March, May-June 5, 1997
Air standards, September-November 1996; January-February, May 1997
February-May 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
February-March 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
November 1996, January-February 1997, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Water for Texas Today and Tomorrow, a legislative summary of the 1996 consensus-based update of the state water plan, [199-]
TNRCC legislative agenda, October 29 and November 1, 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Box
2002/151-305 Gulf of Mexico Program, February 15, September-October 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
June-September, November 1996
Memos with attachments from TNRCC, April-May 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9604190160; 9604080051]
Correspondence and memos, March 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9603260040; 9603150019; 9603060027]
Correspondence and memos from TNRCC, February 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9602280136; 9602260070; 9602270019; 9602130038]
Correspondence and memos, July-October 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9510250078]
Revisions to 30 TAC [Texas Administrative Code] Chapter 116, March-May 1995
Revisions to 30 TAC Chapter 116, TNRCC public hearing, SEL/PSD [standard exemption list/prevention of significant deterioration] change, January 19, 1995
Revisions to 30 TAC Chapters 101 and 111, March-May 1995
Revisions to 30 TAC Chapters 101 and 111, TNRCC public hearing, Air rules streamlining, January 12, 1995
Correspondence, eel report, and clippings, March 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: legislator's citizen/resident correspondence (306.003)]
Waste tire recycling, January-February 1995
[2 folders]
Elk Corporation air quality permit, December 1994, February 1995
Clean Air Act, vehicle inspection and maintenance/emissions, January 1995
Environmental Compliance Services, Inc. printed material, [199-]
[Ethics] seminar for Texas state board members packet, June 18, 1999
[4 folders]
Ethics Commission,
Vols. 1-2
[Records are correspondence, memos, ethics advisory opinions, campaign finance report instructions, and statutes, 1990-1998, undated, concerning the Texas Ethics Commission. Subjects include misconduct by state officials, lobbying, ethics rules, financial contributions, and commission appointments. Correspondents are Governor's Office staff, Ethics Commission staff, Harriet Miers, and others. See also General Counsel's Legal opinions and advice series for Ethics working files.]
Ethics complaint against Tom Harrison, executive director, 1990-1996, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: privacy]
October 1997, January 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: request for ethics advisory opinion]
October-November 1996, January 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters; agency memoranda]
Memos, form, and instruction guide, June 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters; agency memoranda]
Correspondence, October, December 1995; January, April 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: request for ethics advisory opinion]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9604170006]
Memos and advisory opinion, February-March, June 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters; agency memoranda]
Governor's Ethics Policy, September 1996, April 1997, September-October 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters; agency memoranda]
Lobbying ethics
[Press release, memos, correspondence, and information provided at an advanced administrative law seminar, 1992, 1996, [199-?], concerning ethics. Correspondents include the Texas State Employees Union, Lieutenant Governor Bob Bullock's office, Governor's office staff, lobbyist Randall Erben, and others.]
Press release, memos, and correspondence, July-October 1996
Overview, advisory opinions, and checklist, April, June 1992, [199-?]
Executive [office policy memos, executive order, and list of Planned Parenthood sponsors], November 1995, February, March, November 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Family Pathfinders
[Memos, drafts for a memorandum of understanding, correspondence, clippings, and printed material, 1996, concerning Family Pathfinders, a welfare reform program encouraged by Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts John Sharp, with cooperation from the Texas Workforce Commission and Texas Department of Human Services, in response to House Bill 1863, 74th Legislature, 1995.]
May, August 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
March-May 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Fatherhood Conference
[Editorial cartoon, resolutions, executive order, bylaws, agency overview, clippings, conference planning material, memos, printed material, correspondence, lists, and statistics, 1967, 1994-1997, undated, concerning the role of fathers in society. Included is background information on the Governor's Commission for Women.]
Cartoon, resolutions, and Governor's Commission for Women material, 1967, 1995, 1997, undated
Conference planning material, clippings, and congressional material, 1996, 1997, undated
Clippings, memo, and conference planning material, 1995, 1996, undated
The Father's Connection and Men's Hotline printed material, 1996-1997
Correspondence, list, and statistics, 1997, [199-]
Children's Rights Council printed material, 1994, 1996-1997
Federal Bureau of Investigation [letters to Dudley Thomas, Department of Public Safety re: Republic of Texas separatist group], April 1999
Federal issues
Conservation funding editorial and fax, March 1999
Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 (PSLRA):
October 1997, April-May 1998
May 1998
[2 folders]
Tobacco settlement legislation and fast-track trade negotiating authority, September-November 1997, March 1998
Internet tax and bond cap memos, June 1997, April-May 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Keeping score 1996: what we are getting for our federal drug control dollars, February 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9603190128]
Governor's Fellowship Program [task list and draft overview for proposed internship program with support from Governor's Business Council], April-May 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Office of the First Lady,
Vols. 1-2
[Memos, correspondence, press releases, an invoice, and an information packet, 1995-1999, regarding activities of Texas First Lady Laura Bush. Documents mainly concern travel notification, but also cover early childhood development initiatives, art exhibits in the Appointments/First Lady's Office, the Presidents' Summit for America's Future, membership on the Inaugural Endowment Fund Committee, and photography and decorating services. Correspondents include Andi Ball, Assistant to the First Lady; Donna Davidson and Al Gonzales, General Counsel's Office, and staff of other state agencies and organizations.]
February-April 1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
May-November 1998
January-April 1998
April-November 1997
March 1997
January-February 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
March 1995, January 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters; agency memoranda]
Friends of the Governor's Mansion [re: donors to terrace landscape project], October 1996, January 1997
Galveston, City of
"The economic strength of the City of Galveston, an executive summary," a report prepared for the City of Galveston by Warren Rose, Ph.D., March 31, 1980
Re: Houston-Galveston Area Council and Port of Galveston economic impact, 1997-1998
Gambling/Gaming,
Vols. 1-2
[empty folder labeled Gaming Vol. 3 removed]
[Court document, correspondence, memos, draft report, background information, official memorandum, bill analyses, clippings, statutes, legislation, press release, an Attorney General opinion, photographic and printed material, and survey results, 1995-1998, concerning gaming and gambling. Subjects include Indian gaming, bingo legislation, cross-species simulcasting legislation, pari-mutuel tax, 8-liners, card gaming, and lottery contracts. Correspondents include Governor Bush's general counsels Al Gonzales and Margaret Wilson and their staff, Attorney General Dan Morales, the National Council of Legislators from Gaming States, private attorneys, gaming and consulting organizations, and constituent Ronnie Roark. See also folders titled Bingo, Racing, and Texas Lottery.]
Gambling in Texas, report of the Governor's Task Force on Illegal Gambling, draft, 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
January, December 1998; May 1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legislative documents; certain legal matters ]
Ronnie Roark, 1997, undated
June 1997, May 1998
Cross-species simulcasting provisions of House Bill 1445 (section 33), April-May 1997
March 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters]
February 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters]
November 1996, January 1997, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters; agency memoranda]
October 1995, April, August-September 1996, undated
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9604040050]
General Counsel,
Vols. 1-4
[Records are mainly correspondence and memos directed to or cc'ed to Joe Allbaugh from the Governor's General Counsel staff, along with ethics advisory opinions, attorney bills, printed material, statutes, legislative bills and resolutions, a contract, and drawings of the Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium, 1994-1998, undated. Subjects run the gamut of issues involving the General Counsel, including office and ethics policies, explanations of constitutional and statutory law, appointments, litigation, legislation, pardons, executions, adoption, child support and abduction, relations with Mexico, the Republic of Texas militia, drug enforcement and narcotics task forces, higher education including Hopwood and racial segregation, and Indian gaming. Some of these memos are duplicates of those found in the series General Counsel's Office, Legal opinions and advice.]
Correspondence and memos, March-May, July 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: privacy; certain legal matters]
Memos re: Wilmer-Hutchins school district and Karla Faye Tucker, June, December 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters; agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memos, October-December 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: litigation information; certain legal matters]
Memos, October 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters]
Joe Rubio, District Attorney, Webb and Zapata counties, memo and correspondence, June-August, October 1997
[2 folders]
[Folder 1 contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters]
Correspondence and memos:
May, July, September 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: privacy; litigation information; certain legal matters; agency memoranda]
May-June 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters]
April 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters]
February 19-March 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters]
Board member contract conflicts, June 1996, February 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters]
Preservation of view of state capitol, re: House Bill 1036 and stadium, 1996, February 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters]
QX International, 1995-February 1997
Correspondence and memos, October 1996-January 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters]
Correspondence and memos, September-December 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: privacy; certain legal matters]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9609240082]
Memos, May-July 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters; agency memoranda]
Memos and draft statement, March 20-April 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters; agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memos:
February 28-March 19, 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters]
February 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters]
January 17-31, 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters]
January 2-11, 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters; agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memos:
July, September, November-December 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters]
April-June 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: litigation information; certain legal matters]
Correspondence and memos:
May 19-23, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters; crime victim impact statement (552.1325)]
May 15-18, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: litigation information; certain legal matters]
Memos:
May 1-10, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9505020159]
April 11-21, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters]
April 4-6, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters]
March 28-30, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters]
March 1-17, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters]
Texas Historical Marker Program, February 28, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
January-February 23, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters]
December 1994, undated
Box
2002/151-306 General Counsel, Prisoners
[Correspondence record sheets, memos, and correspondence, January-July 1997, from or routed to the General Counsel's Office from or concerning inmates and their sentence, parole, execution, or extradition. See folders titled General Counsel for additional records concerning inmates.]
May, July 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters]
April 1997
February-March 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
January 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters]
General Services,
Vols. 1-2
[Correspondence, memos, invitations for bids, contract, excerpts from minutes, meeting supporting documentation, memorandum of understanding, legislative bills and bill histories, proposals and plans, internal audit reports, and resolutions, 1992-1999, from or concerning the General Services Commission (GSC). Subjects include space allocation; construction, renovation, and maintenance of state buildings, including the Governor's Mansion and the Robert E. Johnson building; energy; state-issued credit cards; litigation; land use; mail and telecommunications services; zoning; purchasing; historically underutilized business (HUB) contractors; and selection and performance of executive director and commissioners. Correspondents include GSC officials and employees, legislators, other state and local agency staff, and members of the public.]
Robert E. Johnson State Office Building, April 1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Naming of state buildings, 1995-March 1999, undated
[2 folders]
April, June 1998, February-March 1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Potential lawsuit, TDCJ [Texas Department of Criminal Justice], Springdale Road lease, November 1996-February 1997, January 1998
[2 folders]
[Contains possibly excepted information: litigation information]
Robert Mueller Municipal Airport Redevelopment and Reuse Plan, November-December 1997
[4 folders]
Proposal: after-hour parking pilot program, December 8, 1997
June-August, October 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Office of Court Administration/Criminal Justice Policy Council location, 1992, 1993, June-July, September 1997
Robert E. Johnson building, October 1995, June-July 1996, June-August 1997
[2 folders]
May 1996, March-April 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: home address and home phone numbers of government employees]
Technology fair letter and Special audit of the Design and Construction Division, April, July 1996
Semi-annual HUB [historically underutilized businesses] report for FY 1996, April 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9604170091]
March-April 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9604080062; 9603290369; 9603280108; 9603180034; 9603150011]
January-February 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
November-December 1995
Evaluation of GLO's [General Land Office] recommended transactions for state agency property, November 1995
August-October 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9510270066; 9510040036; 9509250100; 9508240033; 9508080160]
April-May, July 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Semi-annual HUB [historically underutilized businesses] report for FY 1995, April 1995
January-February, April 1995
George Bush Presidential Library [letter from Bob Bullock], July 1998
Office of the Governor, January-February 1997
[Documents concern budget hearings for the Office of the Governor, space allocation, and memberships.]
Governor's Honor Program [memo and letter re: Lamar University], August 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters]
Governor's Mansion
[See Mansion.]
Griffin Industries [Corsicana], August-September 1995, June 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; information relating to economic development negotiations]
Growth Fund, September-October 1995, April, July 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9604160037; 9510160034; 9510020032]
Hay distribution, August 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Health, Texas Department of
[Correspondence, memos, printed material, 1995-1999, concerning the Texas Department of Health (TDH). Subjects include selection of executive director, complaints about employees, birth certificates, immunization programs, program administration, budget, diabetes, Title V Futures project, litigation, and Medicaid. See also folders titled Blue Cross Blue Shield, Health care, and Health and Human Services.]
February, June 1998; January-March 1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; home address, social security number of government employee]
Re: activities of TDH employee at Kunming, China, Medical College, 1996-1997, undated
[2 folders]
Correspondence, May-June 1997
October 1995-January 1996, March-April, October 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9601290046; 9511080019]
Diabetes Council materials, 1994-1995
[2 folders]
Title V Futures Project, August, October 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9510180192]
Health care
Sensitive Care issues, February 1999
[Effect of suspension of Medicare payments on residential facility.]
Briefing materials, February 18, 1999
[2 folders]
[Contains possibly excepted information: email address]
Health and Human Services,
Vols. 1-4
[Memos, correspondence, testimony, clippings, printed material, and court documents,1990, 1992-1999, created by or concerning the Texas Department of Human Services (DHS), Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC), Texas Workforce Commission, Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation, or the Texas Department of Health. Subjects concern the restructuring of health and human services agencies, welfare reform, the electronic benefits transfer program, TIES (Texas Integrated Eligibility Services), Medicaid, block grants, the welfare program Texas Works, litigation (State of Texas v. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services), child support enforcement, immigrant and refugee resettlement programs, rabies vaccines, child immunizations, nursing homes, mental health programs, health insurance, DHS and HHSC goals, duties, and structure, appointments, investigations, salaries, the Bureau of WIC Nutrition [Women, Infants and Children], and complaints against medical personnel. Correspondents include Lt. Governor Bob Bullock, DHS Commissioners Burton Raiford and Eric Bost, HHSC Commissioner Mike McKinney, Governor's Office staff Albert Hawkins, Ron Lindsey, Al Gonzales and others, state legislators and members of Congress, governors of other states, Transactive Corporation, National Benefits Consultants, The Institutes for Health and Human Services, Inc. and others. See also folders titled Blue Cross Blue Shield, Health care, and Health, Texas Department of .]
November 1998, February-March 1999, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
February-July, September 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: legislative information; agency memoranda]
November 1997, January 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: legislative information; agency memoranda]
Transactive and EBT [electronic benefits transfer] program, July 1996, August-October 1997
May-August, October 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Medicaid and integrated eligibility, February-March 1997, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Brett Woods application for DHS commissioner, February 1997
August 1996, January 1997, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Complaint against registered nurse, September-October 1996
1994-1995, September-October 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
State of Texas v. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services:
DHHS witness statements and exhibits, 1992-1993, 1996
[2 folders]
May-June 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
May 1996
Correspondence and clippings, April 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9604220027; 9604230064]
Dr. Burzynski, 1994-April 1996
[3 folders]
January-April 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9604090033; 9604150028]
State of Texas v. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Brief in support of state's administrative appeal, January 1996
August, November 1995-January 1996, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters; agency memoranda]
"Revenue maximization services for the state of Texas," presentation materials, National Benefits Consultants, Deloitte & Touche, December 1995
Correspondence and memos, October-November 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
September 1995
August-September 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9509080019]
Institutes for Health and Human Services, Inc. memo, August 21, 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9508240025]
Institute for Health and Human Services, Inc. Corporate Capabilities, August 1995
[3 folders]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9508220256]
Agreement between Texas Health and Human Services Commission and Institute for Health and Human Services, Inc., March 1995
[5 folders]
August 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9508210245]
April, June-July 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
March-April 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: home phone number of government employee]
January-March 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; audit working papers]
Bureau of WIC [Women, Infants and Children] Nutrition 1992-1993 biennial report, [after 1993 Aug. 31], January 1995
WIC mission, policies, procedures, 1994
Consolidation of WIC regulations, 1990
Letter from DeAnn Friedholm, December 1994
Historical Commission,
Vols. 1-2
[Studies, reports, correspondence, memos, printed material, lists, commission agenda, proposal, memorandum of understanding, cost estimates, color photocopies of photographs, clippings, press releases, program, fan, and video tape, 1994-1999, created by or concerning the Texas Historical Commission (THC). Subjects include the management of state and federal-owned historic sites (including Fort Davis National Historic Site), the search for LaSalle's ship L'Aimable and the excavation of his ship, La Belle, courthouse and cemetery preservation, historical markers (including the Bush family home in Midland), the repair of the Sam Rayburn House Museum in Bonham due to an electrical fire, the Historic Preservation Fund, the Governor's Mansion, Los Caminos del Rio National Heritage Area, the Governor's Award for Historic Preservation, and state historic properties. Correspondents include THC chair John Nau, THC executive director Curtis Tunnell and other THC staff, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department officials including Andrew Sansom, and Governor's Office staff including Albert Hawkins.]
Texas Cultural Heritage Plan, Preserving our place in history: a report and recommendations from the Texas Historical Commission on the 1998 evaluation of historic sites managed by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, February 1999
June-August 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; home address and home phone number of government officials]
January-April 1998
April, August, December 1997-January 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence re: Texas Historic Sites study, February-March 1997
Texas Historic Sites, a study for the Texas Historical Commission and Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, January 1997
Box
2002/151-307 October-November 1996, February 1997
Correspondence, July-August 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
October, December 1995; January-February 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9601250101; 9510300049]
LaSalle shipwreck [information packet]: July, October 1995
[2 folders]
August 1995
April-July 1995
Governor's Award for Historic Preservation, March 14, 1995
December 1994, February 1995, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: social security number of government official or employee]
Historically underutilized business
[See also folders titled General Services.]
Memos, agenda, and correspondence, January, March, August-October 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Taylor, Pruitt & Company, Inc., 1994, 1996
[removed from presentation folder]
Honduras relief effort [for Hurricane Mitch], November 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Hong Kong Economics & Trade Office
November-December 1998, February 1999
July-August, October 1998
July 1998
Housing,
Vols. 1-5
[Records are memos, correspondence, clippings, resumes, application forms, press releases, organizational chart, tables, list, court documents, plans, rules, presentation materials, printed material, and agenda, 1994-1999, created by or concerning the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs (TDHCA). Subjects include emergency shelter grant fund allocations, an audit of TDHCA, manufactured housing, low income housing tax credits (LIHTC), low income home energy assistance program (LIHEAP), colonias, multi-family housing, disaster relief, agency management, applications, recommendations and resignations. Correspondents include Governor's Office staff, TDHCA officials and staff including Larry Paul Manley and Daisy Stiner, state legislators, and corporations. See the series Executive Assistant's Office files, Requests and recommendations for additional documents concerning applicants for the TDHCA executive director position. See also folders titled Emergency management and the series Policy Office, Records regarding the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs.]
August-September, November 1998, February 1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
August-November 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; home address and home phone number of government official]
May-August 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: home phone numbers of former government employees]
American Multi-Housing Partnerships, Inc. corporate profile, April 1998
[2 folders]
March-April 1998
TDHCA Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program Qualified Allocation Plan & Rules, January 1998
[3 folders]
June 1997-January 1998
Emergency management, March 1997
TDHCA executive director applicants, December 1994-August 1995, undated
[3 folders]
[Folders 1-2 contain possibly excepted information: home addresses, home phone numbers, social security numbers of government employees; drivers license numbers]
Memo with attachments, June-December 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
September-October 1997, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; audit working papers]
Re: TDHCA employee termination, September 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memo and articles re: Dallas County Community Action Committee, August-September 1997
[2 folders]
March 1995; January, June, August 1997
April-July, October-November 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9604260009]
April 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9604240001]
TDHCA tax-exempt multi-family mortgage revenue bond program for non-profits, briefing package, April 1996
Letter, March 3, 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9603050060]
Low-income housing tax credit projects/conflicts of interest, October 1994, May-November 1995
[4 folders]
[Folder 1 contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[Folder 4 contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters]
Rural LISC [Local Initiatives Support Corporation], October-November 1995
[removed from presentation folder]
October-November 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9511080018; 9511010093; 9510050047]
LISC [Local Initiatives Support Corporation], September 1995
April-June, August-September 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9509270001; 9508210147]
Dallas Partnership Action Plan, June 1994, May 1995
March 15-28, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: drivers license number; social security number]
Memo, 1995A cycle, tax credit allocation, March 13, 1995
Tables, 1994 low income housing tax credit allocations, March 13, 1995
March 3-10, 1995
Correspondence re: low-income housing tax credit rules, October 1994, January-February 23, 1995
TDHCA budget and program information, February 3-17, 1995
Explanation of proposed amendments to Chapter 2306, January 20, 1995
Final draft, bill relating to TDHCA (Chapter 2306), January 20, 1995
[2 folders]
January 1995, undated
Human Resources Task Force
Report to the 76th Legislature, September-October 1998
Subcommittee reports, May-June 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Best practices manual, first draft, [1998]
[4 folders]
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
December 1997, January-February, April 1998
December 1997-January 1998
Organizational meeting, November 18, 1997
November-December 1997
Human Rights Commission [memo re: Jasper hate crime], June 12, 1998
Human Services
[See folders titled Health and Human Services, Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP), and TIES]
Hydrilla
[Correspondence, memos, press releases, clippings, talking points, agenda, meeting transcript, and maps, concerning a hydrilla harvester demonstration at Lake Bastrop in June 1998 attended by Governor Bush. Correspondents include Ray Scott. See also folders titled Lower Colorado River Authority.]
June 17-July, November 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
June 8-12, 1998
April-June 4, 1998
Immigration,
Vols. 1-2
Memo re: welfare benefits, April 24, 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memo with attachments re: prisoner transfer program, September, December 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Incentive and Productivity Commission, Texas, January 1995
[2 folders]
Insurance [Department],
Vols. 1-2
[Correspondence, memos, clippings, transcript, orders, press releases, lists of issues and goals, legislation, bill analysis, and proposed rules, 1994-1998, created by or concerning the Texas Department of Insurance (TDI). Subjects include mandated health insurance benefits, rental car insurance, HMOs including Kaiser Permanente, international agreements, litigation, Medicare, natural disasters, cardiac defibrillation units, complaints against insurance companies, and management of the Texas Department of Insurance. Correspondents include TDI Commissioner Elton Bomer, TDI staff, attorneys, members of Congress, corporations, organizations, and individuals. See also folders titled Blue Cross Blue Shield, Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP), Health Care, and Health and Human Services.]
Re: health care, September-December 1997, February 1998
Re: rental car insurance, 1997-1998, undated
[2 folders]
May-July, September 1997, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
February-April 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters; agency memoranda]
August, October 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Lloyd's of London, November 1995, April 1996, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: litigation information]
October-November 1995
September 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
December 1994, May-July 1995, undated
Interagency contracts [list], [199-]
Intern timesheets, June 1998
Internship programs, 1996-1998
Internal audit
[Correspondence, memos, response to State Auditor's Office management survey, drafts, audit reports, and audit plans and risk assessments, 1996-1998, concerning internal audits of the Governor's Office and its programs by its internal auditor, Catherine Melvin.]
Annual report for FY 1998, October 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; audit working papers]
Correspondence and response to SAO management survey, August-September 1998
Annual report for FY 1997, October 1997
February, July-September 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
August, October-November 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
June-July 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos and audit plan, February-March 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Box
2002/151-308 Interstate Oil & Gas Compact Commission [re: Houston meeting], November-December 1995
[2 folders]
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; home phone number of government employee ]
Judicial selection [draft task force report and memo], December 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters; agency memoranda)]
Kappa weekend [Galveston beach party articles], April, November-December 1997
Kick Drugs Out of America, October 1997, July 1998
[See also folders titled Communities in Schools and Criminal Justice.]
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Land Office,
Vols. 1-2
[Records include memos, correspondence, official memoranda, bid documents, reports, legislation, clippings, press releases, and maps from or concerning the General Land Office, its management, the Veterans Land Board, beach cleanup, and contingent fee contracts, with the bulk of the materials relating to the potential sale of state land. Land and buildings mentioned in the records include the Pease Mansion, E.O. Thompson Building, Permanent School Fund land in El Paso County, Camp Mabry, the "Hog Farm" in Williamson and Travis counties, land donation for a state veterans cemetery, James Harper Starr State Office Building, Parking Lot 19, and land near the San Antonio missions. Correspondents include Governor's Office staff, General Land Office Commissioner Garry Mauro and staff, School Land Board member Louis Renaud, legislators, other state agency staff, local officials, and members of the public.]
March-April, August 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
January 1998
Bid solicitation, 4292 acres in El Paso County, November-December 1997
September-October, December 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters; agency memoranda]
January, October, December 1996; June, September 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters]
November 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters]
State agency property recommended transactions, report to the governor, September-October 1996
July-August 1996
Bidding information for July 16, 1996 sealed bid land sale, June 1996
Parking lot 19 bid packet, May 1996
March, May 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9605060212; 9603190096]
November 1995-January 1996
State agency property recommended transactions draft, October 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[May?], June, [not before August] 1995
Speaker Laney, 1995-1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: legislator's correspondence concerning citizen; home phone of government employee]
Law Enforcement [Officer Standards and Education, Commission on], October 1996, February 1997
Legislative Budget Board
Office of the Governor request for legislative appropriations for FY 1998 and 1999, August 1996
[2 folders]
March, August, November 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9603190072]
Staff agency assignments list, January 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9601220014]
March 1993, February-March, November 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Legislative Medal of Honor, Texas [James M. Logan], 1944, 1960, 1962, 1996-May 1997, undated
[2 folders]
[Contains possibly excepted information: social security number; agency memoranda]
Legislative session, 76th
[Correspondence, memos, tables, lists, legislative bills, chronology, dating 1997-1999, undated, concerning appropriations, county clerk filing fees, sunset legislation, legislative events in 1995 and 1997, HMO point-of-service option, revenue estimates, and new representatives. Correspondents include Governor's Office staff and Legislative Budget Board staff.]
CSHB [Committee Substitute for House Bill] 1 comparison with governor's proposals (by agency), [1999]
December 1998-March 1999, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legislative documents]
Re: point of service option for HMOs, 1997, August 1998, [1998 or 1999?]
Legislative Budget Board memos, March-April 1998, [1998?]
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Legislative Budget Board memo, June 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Legislative issues, 1997
[Reports, memos, calendars, legislation, lists, publications, proposals, statutes, tables, 1997, concerning issues from the 75th Legislature, including state budget/appropriations, vetoed legislation, electric deregulation, sports facility construction, bill signings, audits, deadlines, Texas Performance Review, franchise tax, contract buy outs, and resolutions. Correspondence includes Governor's Office staff, State Auditor's Office, Lt. Governor Bullock's staff, and Texas Legislative Council. See also folders titled Legislative Office.]
House Research Organization, vetoes of legislation, 75th Legislature, July 1, 1997
Riders of questionable validity included in House Bill 1, general appropriations act for the 1998-99 biennium..., June 12, 1997
[7 folders]
May-June 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Revised electric deregulation legislation: CSSB [Committee Substitute for Senate Bill] 965, May 1, 1997
[3 folders]
Texas Performance Review recommendations memo, April 15, 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
February-April 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters; agency memoranda]
January 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters; agency memoranda]
Funding effective government: proposed state budget for the 1998-99 biennieum, January 1997
Re: budget, 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Re: electric deregulation, [1997]
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legislative documents; agency memoranda]
Re: sports facility districts and electric deregulation, [1997]
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legislative documents; agency memoranda]
Legislative Office,
Vols. 1-5
[Records are correspondence, memos, reports, press releases, legislation, proclamations, lists, clippings, analyses, index, and printed material, 1994-1998, concerning, created by, or forwarded from the Governor's Legislative Office. Subjects include office procedures and organization, bill signings and vetoes, resolutions, budget/appropriations, ethics, new agencies, tort reform, sports facility construction, franchise tax, criminal justice, Parks and Wildlife Department, judicial remedies, SCR 26 cases, cooperation with Congressional delegation, local law bills, legislators, space management, Texas low-level radioactive waste compact, regional councils of government, health and human services, and emissions testing. Correspondents are mostly Governor's Office staff, but also include Lt. Governor Bullock's staff, legislative agencies, the Texas Retailers Association, attorneys for Circle C in Austin, local officials, Texans for Lawsuit Reform, public interest groups, and others.]
Memo re: legislative workload, July 1, 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Major issues of the 75th Legislature, Regular Session, House Research Organization, July 11, 1997
Press releases and memo, June 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
House Bill 3207, ethics bill, May 1997
March-April 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legislative documents]
January-February 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters; agency memoranda]
Index of bill analyses and digests, House Research Organization, [May 1997]
Re: privatization of correctional facilities, [1997]
Memos with attachments, May 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legislative documents; agency memoranda]
Re: procedures, 1995, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
1997
December 16-23, 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters; agency memoranda]
December 6-16, 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters; agency memoranda]
April 1995, January, March, August, October 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Candidates for the March 12, 1996 first primary election, Texas Legislative Service, January 3, 1996
1996 list of candidates, Texas Legislature, for Interested Parties, January 1996
Re: budget and school finance, [199-]
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Re: old State Board of Insurance building, [1995?]
Memos, September, December 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Letter and press releases, June 16-17, 1995
Letters and Senate Concurrent Resolutions, June 8 and 13, 1995
June 2-6, 1995
May 31, 1995
[2 folders]
Memo and lists of bills sent to governor, May 26-28, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Lists of bills sent to governor, May 25-26, 1995
Memo and lists of bills sent to governor, May 20-24, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Lists of bills sent to governor and NGA list of proposed federal cuts, May 16-19, 1995
Legislation and lists of bills sent to governor, May 12-16, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos and lists of bills sent to governor, May 6-11, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos, lists, and legislation, April 11-28, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Overview of differences between the House & Senate versions of the general appropriations bill for the 1996-97 biennium, April 11, 1995
March 6-27, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Box
2002/151-309 House Bill 735 and requested changes to House Bill 1/Senate Bill 2, March 1 and 6, 1995
February 17-28, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Re: meeting with CLEAT [Combined Law Enforcement Associations of Texas] on statewide survey, February 3, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memo re: legislative steering group, January 22, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
74th Legislature interim charges, Texas House of Representatives, January 1995
Bills and summaries, [1995]
[2 folders]
Veto proclamations, June 1995
Conference committe report, veto proclamation, and list of bills, 1995
Re: House Bill 1863, [1995]
Re: House Bill 3193, Senate Bill 1700, and House Bill 2322, [1995]
Re: appropriations rider and Circle C, [1995]
Legislative space management, preliminary report, September 1994
Lone Star Leaders
The Governor's "Right Choices" Children's Initiative, background briefing materials, August 1998
Memos, October, December 1997, February 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Low level radioactive waste [correspondence], September-October 1998
Lower Colorado River Authority,
Vols. 1-2
[Correspondence, press releases, court document, business plan, clippings, notes, survey, map, minutes, employment agreement, 1994-1996, 1998, created by or concerning the Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA). Subjects mainly concern the control of hydrilla in the lakes, mechanical harvester vs. chemicals. Other subjects are grandfathering tax exempt debt for public power cities, purchase of water rights, wind power, and the general manager's performance and compensation. Correspondents include LCRA General Manager Mark Rose, Ray Scott, Texas B.A.S.S. Chapter Federation, and others. See also folders titled Hydrilla.]
Correspondence, court document, and press releases, March 23-April 2, 1998
February-March 18, 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Clippings, November 1995-January 1996
Services delivery survey, December 1995
Fiscal Year 1996 business plan, July 1995
[3 folders]
May 1994, June-August 1995
Mansion
[Correspondence, memos, lists, policy, 1995-1999, concerning the Governor's Mansion. Subjects include renovation, systems replacement, internal audit, events, and statutes. Correspondents are Governor's Mansion and Governor's Office staff, General Services Commission, State Preservation Board, and Texas Historical Commission.]
January, December 1998; February 1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
January, April-May, September 1996, February 1997, October 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters; agency memoranda]
April, August, October 1995, undated
Medical Institute for Sexual Health, September 1997
Membership/dues, Vol. 1
[See also folders titled Office of the Governor and Southern States Energy Board.]
February-March 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
1995-1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Mental Health & Mental Retardation [letter], October 22, 1998
[See also folders titled Health and Human Services.]
Military,
Vols. 1-3
[Records are correspondence, memos, reports, briefing memos, biographical information, resumes, speeches, resolution, and photograph, mainly concerning the Texas National Guard, Texas State Guard, Reserve Militia, selection of a new Adjutant General and other changes in leadership, military personnel voting rights, promotions, discrimination complaints, litigation, tiltrotor task force, partnerships with Czech Republic, move of Guard facilities to Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, federally funded programs, federal budget cuts, participation in a rabies vaccination program with Texas Department of Health, Bosslift, and the Congressional Medal of Honor Society. Correspondents include Adjutant General Sam Turk and staff, members of the Texas National Guard, City of Austin staff, legislators, National Guard Association of Texas, and militia organizations. See also folders titled BRAC [Base Realignment and Closure], Department of Economic Development, Texas Air National Guard and Texas Army National Guard.]
Letter and resolution, January-March 1997
August-September 1995, September-November 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: home address of government employee]
June, November 1995-March, May 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: social security number; agency memoranda]
Amicus curiae brief, Cole v. Texas Army National Guard et al., Texas Supreme Court, January 8, 1996
Correspondence and memos, October-December 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: social security number]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9511100013; 9510180099]
Shellshear, Col. Thomas M., 1992-October 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: social security numbers, privacy]
September 18-October 12, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: privacy; home addresses and home phone numbers of government employees]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9510100043]
Correspondence and reports, May-September 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: home phone number of government employees]
John C. Cole, February-March 1995, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: home address and home phone number of former government employee ]
Re: Linda Hines complaint, 1994-1996, undated
[2 folders]
[Contains possibly excepted information: privacy; home address of government employee]
49th Armored Division information brief, [not before June 1996?]
Adjutant General's Department change of command ceremony, February 3, 1996
Memos and information on Colonel Charles Amos, August 1995, January 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; home address, home phone number, and family information for a government employee]
Correspondence, memos, and military service records, July 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: social security number of government employee]
Correspondence, June 9-26, 1995
Correspondence, June 1-7, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: social security number of government employee]
Texas State Guard briefing paper, "Equal to the task," with attachments, 1984, May 1995
Correspondence and biographical information on Adjutant General Sam Turk, May 5-15, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: social security number of government employee]
Correspondence and National Guard Armory Board information, February-April 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: home addresses and home phone numbers of government officials]
Special investigation re: Colonel Amos, October 1994
[Contains possibly excepted information: privacy]
Military base closures,
Vols. 1-2
[Correspondence, memos, clippings, agenda, press releases, 1993-1997, concerning the closure of military bases in Texas. Correspondents include Texas Department of Economic Development executive director Brenda Arnett, Governor's Office staff, legislators, The Spectrum Group, and others. See also folders titled BRAC [Base Realignment and Closure] and Department of Economic Development.]
1994, June 1995, February, May 1997, undated
May, July 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
May-June 1995, April 1996
Memos from Skardon Baker, 1993, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Museum, Texas State History
[Correspondence, memos, plans, questionnaire, clippings, 1996-1997, concerning the proposed Texas State History Museum and its potential location. Correspondents include Dealey Herndon and Lt. Governor Bullock's staff. See also folders titled Preservation Board.]
Correspondence, organization charts, and memos, February, August 1997
June-August, December 1996
Memos from Dealey Herndon, June 12-17, 1996
May-June 4, 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9606140033]
Music, Film & Television,
Vols. 1-3
[Memos, correspondence, employee applications, publications, clippings, articles, policies, press releases, lists, color photocopy of artwork for Newton Boys, 1989, 1994-1998, concern the Office of Music, Film, Television and Multimedia, including reorganization, relations with the film, music, and multimedia industries, filming in and around the Texas State Capitol, and filming at the Alamo. Correspondents include Governor's Office staff including Tom Copeland, Casey Monahan, Julia Null, film producers and directors, and others in the entertainment industry. See also separate group of Film Commission records. See folders titled Preservation Board for additional information concerning permission for filming around the Texas State Capitol.]
Letter and memo, July 1997, May 1998
Re: request to film Newton Boys scene in Capitol, 1996-May 1997
[2 folders]
SPB [State Preservation Board] memo re: Capitol filming and view corridor, March 25, 1997
Memos re: tax exemption and use of funds, March 10 and 18, 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos, January, March 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Texas music education primer, 1996-97 edition, September 1996
Memos, May, July 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Texas Department of Commerce report, April 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memos, September-November 1995, January-March 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memos, September 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9509270003]
July-August 1995, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
May-June 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
March-April 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
January-February 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
1994-1995, undated
[2 folders]
[Folder 2 contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; social security number of government employee]
[1995?], undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Employment applications, November-December 1994
[Contains possibly excepted information: home addresses, home phone numbers, social security numbers of government employees; drivers license numbers ]
Performance appraisal report and employment applications, 1989, November-December 1994
[Contains possibly excepted information: home addresses, home phone numbers, social security numbers of government employees; drivers license numbers ]
NAFTA [North American Free Trade Agreement]
[Correspondence, newsletter, clippings, 1996, concerning NAFTA, the North American Development Bank, XIV Border Governors' Conference, and the effect of increased trade on international bridges. Correspondents include the City of El Paso, Texas Secretary of State Tony Garza, Alfredo Phillips O., and governors of border states with Mexico.]
Newsletter and letters, November-December 1996
Re: El Paso bridges, August 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; home phone number of public employee ]
Napalm [transport to and recycling of in Texas], June-July 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
NASA [Johnson Space Center and voting from space], April 1995, October-November 1996
National Association of Governor's Councils on Physical Fitness & Sports
[Correspondence, reports, printed material, notes, newsletters, goals and objectives, 1994-1997, concern the revitalization of the Texas Governor's Commission on Physical Fitness and other fitness organizations. Correspondents include National Association of Governor's Councils on Physical Fitness & Sports staff, Texas Governor's Commission member Charles L. Sterling, and other health and fitness organizations including the Texas Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, and the Texas Health, Racquet & Sportsclub Association.]
Alabama task force report, April 1997
Correspondence and printed material, August-September 1996, January 1997
June 18-July 21, 1996
December 1994, August 1995, April-June 4, 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9605130127]
Printed material, 1995-1996, undated
National Research Laboratory Commission
[Correspondence, memos, program status review concerning proposed use of the superconducting super collider site, including a distribution center and proton cancer therapy facility. Correspondents include staff of the National Research Laboratory Commission, members of Congress, the University of Texas' Southwestern Medical Center's Kern Wildenthal, and Binswanger's J. Holmes Davis.]
Correspondence and memos, March, May 1995, August-September 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9608280165]
Program status at the superconducting super collider site, December 15, 1994
[Copy from John Fainter to Joe Allbaugh.]
Program status at the superconducting super collider site, December 15, 1994
[Original.]
National Weather Service [re: budget shortfalls and closure of regional headquarters in Fort Worth], February-March 1997
Box
2002/151-310 Oil & gas-general
[Correspondence, memos, press release, court document, report, and clipping, 1995-1996, concerning the decline in domestic oil and gas production, energy education, Mars tension leg platform, and litigation to collect oil royalties. Correspondents include IOGCC members, Governor's Office staff, members of Congress, General Land Office commissioner Garry Mauro, and energy company officials including Eugene Ames, Henry Rosenberg, and Ernie Ladd. See also folders titled Interstate Oil & Gas Compact Commission.]
Correspondence and memos, April-May, July, September-October 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9605160150]
Correspondence and Mars platform, June-August, December 1995-February 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Re: General Land Office lawsuit against eight oil companies, February, June-July 1995
[2 folders]
Oklahoma State University [Institute for Leadership Enrichment], October 1997
Olympics/Pan American Games
[Memos, correspondence, and attachments including clippings, articles, timelines, and charts, 1996-1999, regarding Houston and Dallas interest in an Olympic bid and a San Antonio bid for the Pan American Games, as well as a potential state Sports Commission to assist Texas in successfully bidding.]
Memo from Tom Luce with attachments, 1996-January 15, 1999
[6 folders]
Correspondence and memo with attachments, November 1996, April 1997, April-June 1998
Ombudsman
[Records are weekly and annual reports, memos, and correspondence, 1995-1997, concerning the Governor's Office Ombudsman position held by Barry Lovelace, then Phil Sims. See also the series Ombudsman's Office files, Correspondence/Constituent Services.]
Correspondence, July 1996, January, June 1997
List of agency public information officers, April 1996
Weekly reports, Office of Correspondence and Constituent Services (including Ombudsman):
March 21-April 3, 1997
February 28-March 13, 1997
January 31-February 20, 1997
Annual report for 1996, January 1997
Weekly reports, Correspondence/Ombudsman report, January-March 1996
Weekly reports, Office of the Ombudsman:
October-December 1995
June-September 1995
March-May 1995
Correspondence and memos:
September-October, December 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
February, April, July 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memo with attachments re: Governor's Office programs, February 6, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Pardons & Paroles,
Vols. 1-2
[See also folders titled Criminal Justice and Criminal Justice Policy Council.]
Letter from Victor Rodriguez, January 30, 1998
November-December 1995, July-August 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda, privacy]
Henry B. Keene, November 1994, March 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: home address, home phone number, family information of government employee, drivers license number]
Parks & Wildlife,
Vols. 1-2
[Correspondence, memos, presentation materials, clippings, 1995-1998, [199-], concerning the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and its commission. Subjects include funding, boating safety, historic sites, deer management, complaints, water resources, endangered species, East Texas ecosystem, Japanese snow monkeys at the South Texas Primate Observatory, game warden pay, Admiral Nimitz Museum, agency regulations, and electronic purchase of permits. Correspondents include TPWD executive director Andrew Sansom, Perry Bass, Bob Bullock, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Transactive, volunteer park hosts, Texas Historical Commission staff, and Boating Trades Associaton of Texas staff. See also folders titled Endangered Species and Historical Commission.]
Presentation materials re: funding, [199-]
Re: Fair Labor Standards Act and deer management permit, June 1998
Briefing for Governor Bush, January 14, 1998
Correspondence, December 1996, March, July 1997
Boating Trades Association of Texas, 1995-February 1997
[3 folders]
Correspondence and memos, February, April, July-August 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9609030170; 9608290071; 9604250008; 9602210057]
February-December 1995, [between August 1995 and March 1996]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9512010030]
East Texas ecosystem plan, January 1995
Pension Review Board,
Vols. 1-2
[Correspondence, memos, printed material, 1995-1997, concerning the Pension Review Board, the conflict over Don Reynolds' potential re-election as chair, and pension plans. Correspondents include Larry Eddington, Ray Barnhart, Don Reynolds.]
Goldman Sachs, Pension plan funding alternatives, March 12, 1997
Correspondence and memos, November 1996, February-March 1997
Correspondence with attachments, January 1995, June, November 1996, 199-
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9606030070]
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Milbank Memorial Fund, Pension portability for state and local government, 1996
People with Disabilities,
Vols. 1-3
[Memos, correspondence, printed material, press releases, draft publications, 1991-1997, concerning the Governor's Committee on People with Disabilities, its sunset review, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance, litigation against the Preservation Board, Texas Poll results, publications prepared by the committee, and management of the committee. Virginia Roberts and later Pat Pound served as executive director of the Governor's Committee on People with Disabilities. See also separate series of Commission on People with Disabilities records.]
Letter with attachments re: ADA compliance, December 9, 1997
July 1997
Memos with attachments, April, August, November 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos with attachments, March 13-27, 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memos with attachments, March 4-12, 1996
Memo with draft Key Texas laws affecting people with disabilities, March 4, 1996
Memo with draft Key Rights of Texans with Disabilities, February 7, 1996
Key Texas laws affecting people with disabilities, 1996
Mayors' committee update, January 1996
Memos with attachments, January 1996
Press releases, correspondence, and memos, May-October 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9509250064; 9508220087]
Steering into the future, FY 1995 annual report, [1996?]
Employment application, Virginia Roberts, November 1994
[Contains possibly excepted information: home address, home phone number, social security number of government employee; drivers license number]
"A vision of the future of personal assistance services," summary report of four-state round table, March 11-13, 1994
Second annual report on the implementation of the OSPD [Office on Services to Persons with Disabilities] strategic plan, Texas Department of Human Services, July 1993
Printed material, 1991-1992
Permian Basin Drug Task Force
[Correspondence with local officials, clippings, press release, and memo, May-July and October 1998, regarding the non-renewal of grant funding for the Permian Basin Drug Task Force and creation of the West Texas Narcotics Enforcement Task Force. See also folders titled Criminal Justice.]
Newspaper articles, July, October 1998
Responses from local officials re: organizational meeting of West Texas task force, June 1998
Memo, clippings, press release, June 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Letters of support from local officials for Permian Basin task force, May 1998
Policy Office,
Vols. 1-2
[Records are memos, clippings, executive summary, agenda, correspondence, and invitations, 1995-1998, prepared by or forwarded to the Governor's Policy Office. Subjects include tort reform, alternative schools, welfare reform, staff, Texas Army National Guard brigade changes, ESGR (Employer Support of the Guard/Reserve) Bosslift, criminal justice (out of state prisoners, jail standards), national drug policy, Texas Health Care Information Council, an oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, global climate change, an assessment of National Governors Association, Telecommunications Infrastructure Fund, and border crossing fees. Correspondents include Policy Office staff, state representatives, Office of National Drug Control Policy, national organizations, and individuals.]
Memos, clipping, executive summary, April, August-September 1997, July 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos, October-November 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
March-July 1997
Correspondence, October 1996, January-February 1997
Correspondence and memo, January 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos and correspondence, 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; home address, home phone number of government employee; e-mail address]
1996 policy planning document, draft, February 20, 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence, memos, list, 1995, [199-]
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9503070020]
Preservation Board,
Vols. 1-[6]
[Correspondence, memos, minutes, agenda, meeting supporting documentation, legislation, reports, plans, agreements, calendars of events, press releases, change orders and other construction records, news articles, event request forms, guidelines, maps, and photographs, 1989, 1992, 1994-1999, concern the State Preservation Board, restoration of the Texas State Capitol and its grounds,the Old General Land Office Building, parking for the Capitol Complex, plans for the Texas State History Museum, events held in the Capitol and on Capitol grounds, proposed purchase of the Pease Mansion, artwork in the governor's areas in the Capitol, City of Austin zoning in Capitol viewing corridors, location of the Goddess of Liberty statue, Capitol power supply, and agency administration. As governor, George W. Bush served as chair of the board. Correspondents include Rick Crawford and Dealey Herndon, executive directors of the Preservation Board, and other Preservation Board staff; University of Texas and General Land Office officials; Governor's Office staff; consultants; Texas Association of Museums; organizations; legisators, and others.]
Correspondence, January, March 1999
Re: Capitol Complex parking, October 1998
Correspondence, August 1998
Re: Capitol Visitors Parking Garage, January 1998
[3 folders]
Letter re: Wittie v. State Preservation Board, December 30, 1997
Agenda, meeting materials, December 1, 1997
[5 folders]
Correspondence and memos, August, October-November 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Agenda, meeting materials, August 20, 1997
[3 folders]
Memos, July-August 1997
Texas Association of Museums response to Texas State History Museum program and need analysis, June 1997
Texas State History Museum program and need analysis, April 1997
75th legislative session summary, June 1997
[2 folders]
[Folder 1 contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Re: proposed high-rise apartments near Capitol, May 1996, April-May 1997
[2 folders]
Box
2002/151-311 Correspondence and memo, March 7 and April 1, 1997
Correspondence with attachments, 1991, 1994, February-March 1997
Agenda, meeting materials, March 3, 1997
[3 folders]
Building change request, January 1997
Correspondence, memo, press release, September, November-December 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9609160059]
Draft legislative appropriations request for fiscal years 1998 and 1999, August 16, 1996
Correspondence and art collection overview, June-July 1996
Correspondence and memo, May 17-24, 1996
Correspondence, schedules, memos, March-May 10, 1996
Agenda, meeting materials, February 29, 1996
[4 folders]
January-February 1996
October 25-December 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9510270030; 9510270029]
September 14-October 11, 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9510020018; 9509250069]
August 23-September 13, 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9509190040; 9509120037; 9509070027[?]; 9509070021; 9508300155; 9508290074]
Agenda, meeting materials, August 22, 1995
[4 folders]
Correspondence and memos, August 7-18, 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9508220223; 9508220238; 9508150367; 9508080152]
Outside counsel, August 4, 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9508080143]
July-August 2, 1995
Correspondence and memos with attachments, June 5-28, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memos with attachments, October 1994, April, June 1-2, 1995
April 24-May 1995
Calendars, memos, correspondence, April 1-26, 1995
Correspondence and memos with attachments, March 21-April 12, 1995
Governor's Office space remodel, March 20-21, 1995
Correspondence and memos with attachments, March 8-17, 1995
Master plan, historic grounds of the Texas Capitol, March 1995
Pre-schematic estimate of landscape costs, historic grounds of the Texas Capitol, March 1995
Correspondence, calendar, change order, February 23-28, 1995
Memos, correspondence, calendar, February 8-15, 1995
Memos with attachments, January 17 and 25, 1995
Re: Capitol restoration and dedication, 1992, 1994, January 9, 1995, undated
[3 folders]
Governor's office space and Capitol restoration advertisement, January 6, 1995
Historic south grounds of the Capitol, prime consultant selection process, December 9, 1994
[3 folders]
Status of the Capitol collections, FY 1994 annual report to the board by Collections Review Committee, [1994]
[2 folders]
Legislative space management, September 1994
Historic plan and historic structures report, Texas Capitol preservation and extension, December 19, 1989
Press [and Correspondence Office]
[Correspondence, memos, 1997 State of State speech draft, drawings of proposed office layouts, bookmark drafts, 1997-1998, undated, concerning the Governor's Press and Correspondence offices (apparently two divisions under the umbrella of the Communications Office), event requests, requests for statements from Governor Bush, and procedures. Correspondents include Shirley Green, Karen Hughes, Dallas Morning News staff, Salvation Army, and legislator's staff.]
January-March 1997, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Plans (drawings), [1998]
Private Investigators & Private Security,
Vols. 1-2
[Clippings, list, correspondence, audit working papers, Attorney General opinion, 1994-1995, 1997, regarding the Texas Board of Private Investigatiors and Private Security Agencies (TBPIPSA), an audit of the agency, and complaint by company concerning security guard registration of police officers. Correspondents include D&L Entertainment Services, Inc., the State Auditor's Office, Attorney General Dan Morales, and Clema D. Sanders, TBPIPSA executive director.]
March, October 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: audit working papers; home addresses and home phone numbers of government officials]
Correspondence, March 1994, August-October 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9508240022]
Property tax relief,
Vols. 1-2
[Correspondence, printed material, reports, petition, legislation, clippings, lists, agenda, press release, analysis, plans, models, 1991, [1994]-1997, concerning taxation, including property tax, franchise tax, business activity tax, and other taxes. Correspondents include Governor's Office staff, Bob Bullock, legislators, Legislative Budget Board staff, Texans for Property Tax Relief, Citizens Committee on Property Tax Relief, and other organizations.]
May, July 1997
April 23-25, 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: email address]
Proposed amendments to HJR [House Joint Resolution] 4, [1997]
[3 folders]
Re: CSHB [Committee Substitute to House Bill] 4, HJR 4, [1997]
Texas school funding tax proposal, CSHB 4 draft, April 17, 1997
Proposal, summary of CSHB 4 as adopted by House Select Committee on Revenue & Public Education Funding, April 16, 1997
Highlights of CSHB 4, April 13-15, 1997
April 1-15, 1997
Correspondence with attachments, February-March 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
November-December 1996
Report of the Citizens' Committee on Property Tax Relief, November 1996
October-November 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
June-July 1996
Report of the Staff Work Group on Property Tax Relief, Part Two, March 1996
February, May 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos to Bob Bullock with attachments, 1991, January 1996, undated
[4 folders]
Correspondence, memos, home equity charts, May, August-September, November 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Home equity reform: Victory 1997, Texas Conference for Homeowners' Rights, 1995
Issues, circa 1995
[2 folders]
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
National survey of home equity loans, after March 1994
Clippings, 1991
Protective & Regulatory Services,
Vols. 1-2
[Correspondence, memos, audit summary, concerning the Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory Services. Correspondents include legislators, Lt. Governor Bob Bullock, the State Auditor's Office.]
Correspondence and memos with attachments, May 1997, August 1998
Re: executive director severance, 1993-1995, April 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: social security numbers of government employees]
Re: executive director and financial problems, September-October, December 1995; January, March 1996
Re: CAPS [Child and Adult Protective System] Project and restructuring, September 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9509070030]
Correspondence, memos, and goals, June-August 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9509060199]
Public Finance Authority, Texas [correspondence and memos re: superconducting super collider], November 1994
[2 folders]
Public information requests,
Vols. 1-2
Draft policies and procedures, copy of calendar page, November 22, 1996, March 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Updates concerning public information requests, August-November 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memos with attachments, June 1995, July 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Box
2002/151-312 Public Utilities,
Vols. 1-2
[Correspondence, summaries, audiotape, fact sheets, comments submitted to the Federal Communications Commission, memos, orders, transcripts, recommendations, clippings, court document, press releases, proposal, table, 1995-1999, concerning the Public Utility Commission (PUC), electric utility regulation, telecommunications issues including telephone company mergers and competition, nuclear power plants, the laying of pipelines across bridges, and the purchase of Portland General by Enron. Correspondents include attorneys, legislators, PUC commissioners, telephone companies, local governments, Texas Department of Transportation, Lower Colorado River Authority, and the Texas Municipal Power Agency.]
""Regulation" of competitive electric markets," March 24, 1999
Re: Southwestern Bell, June, September 1998
[2 folders]
David Cole, Southwestern Bell, May-June 1998
[7 folders]
[Folder 1 contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and position paper re: PUC July-August 1997, March 1998, [not before 1997]
Correspondence with attachments, November 1996, March, May, August-September 1997
Memo with attachments re: Davenport Ranch MUD [Municipal Utility District], July-August 1997
City of Bryan and Texas Municipal Power Agency, June-August 1996
Re: Enron purchase of Portland General, July 1996
Clippings and correspondence with attachments, February, June 1996
August, September 1995, January 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9601220087; 9509070016]
Correspondence, memo, and table, January, April-May 1995, undated
Enron 1995 annual report, [1996]
Portland General 1995 annual report, [1996]
Racing,
Vols. 1-2
[Message, analysis, memo, correspondence, list, Attorney General letter opinions, 1992, 1995-1997, concerning the Texas Racing Commission, racetrack licenses, and legislation. Correspondents include Governor's Office and Attorney General staff, racing advocates, and the Texas Racing Commission. See also folders titled Gambling.]
Re: House Bill 1445, April, June 1997
Correspondence and list, 1992, February-March 1995, May 1996
Railroad Commission,
Vols. 1-2
[Correspondence, memos, proposal, clippings, summary, list, tables, and maps, 1995-1998, undated, concerning the Railroad Commission of Texas, gas line safety (excess flow valves), Union Pacific-Southern Pacific and Burlington Northern-Santa Fe railroad mergers, digitization of oil and gas records, the Coastal Coordination Council's Coastal Management Plan, appointments to the Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission, and the State Energy Conservation Office. Correspondents include Railroad Commissioners and staff, National Transportation Safety Board, Governor's Office staff, and a legislator. See also folders titled Energy, Santa Fe/Burlington merger, State Energy Conservation Office, Union Pacific-Southern Pacific merger.]
Correspondence with attachments February 1997, January 1998
Correspondence and memos with attachments, March-May 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9603150016]
Texas Rail Link, October 9, 1995
Correspondence and memos, March-May, August, October 1995
State Energy Conservation Office, January 1995
[3 folders]
Union Pacific-Southern Pacific merger, January, August 1995; January 1996, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Read-Poland Associates (Bell Helicopter)
[Correspondence, memos, press releases, printed material, resolutions, clippings, and photographs, 1994-1996, concerning Read-Poland, a public relations and public affairs consulting company, and its representation of Bell Helicopter Textron and Aviall, tiltrotor technology, legislation, and the Boating Trades Association of Texas and Safe Boating Week. Correspondents include Read-Poland staff, Bell Helicopter staff, Texas Department of Transportation staff, and legislators. See also Parks and Wildlife for additional boating safety materials.]
Correspondence with attachments, 1995-September 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9606140230]
Correspondence with attachments, June, October-November 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9510060022; 9511290126]
Bell Helicopter Textron news release and briefing materials, 1993-October 1995
[2 folders]
Printed material, 1995
Correspondence with attachments, April-June 1995
April-May 1995
Correspondence with attachments, 1994-February 14, 1995
[4 folders]
Ready Texans,
Vols. 1-2
[Activity reports, correspondence, printed material, memos, list, policies, 1995-1998, concerning the Ready Texans program. Ready Texans is an American Red Cross disaster leave for state employees program authorized by the Legislature and signed by the governor. Correspondents include Frank Walsh, director of state relations for the American Red Cross, Ready Texan volunteers, Governor's Office staff, other state agencies' staff. See also folders titled Emergency Management.]
Volunteer activity reports:
October-November 1998
August-September 1998
Correspondence and volunteer activity reports:
October-November 1997, January 1998
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9710310302]
December 1996-August 1997, October 1997
March-April, November 1995, September-October 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Briefing and printed material, 1991, 1994-1995
Red River Boundary Commission,
Vols. 1-2
[Correspondence, memos, compact drafts, legislative bill, annual reports, clippings, concerning the development of the Red River Compact concerning the boundary between Texas and Oklahoma. Correspondents include William Abney, chairman of the Red River Boundary Commission; Charlotte Spragins, a former commission chair; Roy Coffee; Texas Speaker of the House Pete Laney; and Oklahoma State Senator Bob Kerr. See also the series General Counsel's General correspondence for additional correspondence with Abney.]
January 1998, January-February 1999
Correspondence, June, August, November-December 1997
Letter with attachments, February 1997
[2 folders]
February 26, 1997, undated
Letter with compact drafts, February 1997
[2 folders]
January-February 20, 1997
Correspondence, August, October 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9608280148]
Correspondence and memo, June, September 1995; March, July 1996
Redistricting [correspondence and memos re: Vera v. Bush], May-July 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Rehabilitation Commission [correspondence, charts, and briefing material], 1995, February 1996, undated
[See also folders titled Health and Human Services.]
Republic of Texas [militia, standoff in Fort Davis], May 1997, May 1998
Requests & invitations,
Vols. 1-2
[See also folders titled Scheduling.]
Requests for congratulatory letters and assistance, December 1996-February, May 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda, privacy]
April, June 1997
October-November 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9611190226]
September 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9609170113]
January, March-July 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9604230020; 9601250070; 9601220091]
October-December 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9512200030; 9511080013]
January, April July-September 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
March 1995, undated
Rio Grande Valley Partnership,
Vols. 1-2
Immigration and Naturalization Service briefing on Operation Rio Grande, [1997 or 1998]
Re: Texas Rangers spring training, October 1996
Independent contractors, 44 Tex Jur 3d Sections 4-8, undated
Roan & Autrey [re: transition team and relations with China], January, March 1995
Samsung
November-December 1995; March, May, October 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9603200017; 9511080015]
July, October 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9510270033]
Santa Fe/Burlington merger
[See also folders titled Railroad Commission and Union Pacific/Southern Pacific merger.]
Letters, May 2, 1995
Draft agreement with Cen-Tex Rail Link Ltd., May 2, 1995
Correspondence, March-May 2, 1995
Note and printed materials, 1994-March 24, 1995
[4 folders]
Maps, correspondence, list, August-December 1994, undated
Scheduling [Office]
[Records include correspondence and attachments requesting Governor Bush attend an event or address an organization and a report of declined invitations. Records date 1997-1999, undated. See also folders titled Requests & invitations in this finding aid and a separate series of Scheduling Office invitations.]
December 1998-March 1999
August-December 1998
January-July 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
April-August 1997
April 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
January-March 1997, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Invitation decline [report], January 1997
School finance,
Vols. 1-2
Memos, December 1996, concern constitutional amendments concerning school finance, school to work federal grant funds, and formula funding for school finance. Memos came to Joe Allbaugh through Margaret LaMontagne, Governor Bush's Senior Advisor on education.]
Memos, December 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memo, December 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Science & technology,
Vols. 1-2
[Correspondence, memos, papers, printed material concerning the Governor's Science and Technology Council, Texas Technology Summit, and Houston Advanced Research Center. See also separate series of Policy Office records, Technology education reports.]
High technology issues paper and report of the Texas Science and Technology Council, Developing Texas' technology-based economy, April 1998
Memos with attachments, June-August 1997; June-July 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
August-October 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9608280155]
Technology summit status documents and correspondence with attachments, June-July 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9606140146]
Executive order drafts, May-June 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Briefing re: Governor's Science & Technology Council, 1996
Correspondence and memos with attachments, October-November 1995; February-March 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; email addresses]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9510250062]
Secretary of State,
Vols. 1-[3]
[Memos, correspondence, clipping, agenda, briefing material, from secretaries of state Alberto Gonzales and Antonio Garza, concerning relations with Mexico, Germany, and Great Britain; election law; water rights on the Lower Rio Grande; North American Development Bank; and Border Governor's Association. See also folders titled Border Governor's Conference.]
Memos with attachments, February, April, December 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence, memos and briefing material, April-November 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Re: Brownsville weir & reservoir, July-November 1996
[2 folders]
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memo and race summary report/unofficial election tabulations, March, May 1996
[4 folders]
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Visit of Peter J. Bacon, Her Majesty's Consul General in Houston, February 14, 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memos, September-November 1995, January 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence, memos, and schedule, May, July-August 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
October 1993, January-April 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Box
2002/151-313 Security
[See also folders titled Administrative and Department of Public Safety.]
Letter, August 23, 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain law enforcement records]
Information on DPS Capitol security survey and Legislative Council survey, July-August 1996
[5 folders]
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain law enforcement records]
Memos, March 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Senior staff [memos re: meetings, biographies, and tax plan], November 1996; February, May, July, November 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Senior staff vacations [memos and notes], April-May 1998
Solicitations
[empty folder removed]
South Texas College of Law , May 1998
[Memo with attachments re: South Texas College of Law's affiliation with Texas A&M University. See also folders titled Texas A&M University.]
Southern States Energy Board,
Vols. 1-2
[Correspondence, memos, financial documents, summary, concerning payment of dues to and services and benefits offered by the Southern States Energy Board (SSEB). Correspondents include Governor's Office staff, SSEB, and companies such as ExproFuels and Procter & Gamble expressing support for the SSEB. See also folders titled Membership/dues and Office of the Governor (filed under Governor).]
January-February, May 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence, June, August 1995; February 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9603040055; 9602280141; 9602270005; 9602260120; 9602270025; 9508310026]
ExproFuels materials, 1995
[2 folders]
Southwestern Bell [legislative briefing], February 3, 1999
[See also folders titled Public Utilities and Telecommunications.]
Spring-Cypress landfill
Letter, January 1998
John W. Klein correspondence, 1997
Correspondence and memos, mostly internal or with TNRCC [Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission], 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
State Energy Conservation Office [correspondence re: House Bill 3530, 75th Legislature], April-May 1998
[See also folders titled Energy, General Services Commission, and Railroad Commission.]
State-Federal Relations,
Vols. 1-4
[Correspondence, memos, charts, publications, reports, application forms, clippings, 1994-1999, undated, concerning the Texas Office of State-Federal Relations (OSFR). Subjects include office budget, travel cap, Medicaid funding, welfare, judicial nominees, relations with Mexico, policy priorities, FastTrack, Internet taxation, Texas-Maine-Vermont compact, federal legislation, Texas unemployment, Fair Labor Standards Act, Red River Boundary Commission, OSFR relations with other Texas state agencies, OSFR administrative issues, State Match Pool, and proposed designation of Rio Grande as Heritage River. Correspondents include OSFR executive director Laurie Rich, Roy Coffee, James Cicconi, members of Congress, governors of other states, and Lt. Governor Bob Bullock.]
Correspondence and memos, September-October 1998, January 1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos, February-March 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memos:
October-November 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
August 26-September 8, 1997
May, July-August 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
July 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos, June 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Request of Robert Saenz, April, June 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: social security numbers]
Memo and list, March 1997
Correspondence and memos, June-December 1996
1996 priority policy issues, April 1996
[2 copies in 2 folders]
Correspondence and memos, February 27-April 3, 1996
Correspondence, February 5-7, 21-22, 1996
Memos, February 7-15, 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memos, December 1995-January 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
November 1995-January 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Weekly reports, November 2-6, 1995
Draft 1995 priorities document, August 1995
[2 folders]
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9508310092]
July 1995
Re: State Match Pool applications, January, April-May 1995
[2 folders]
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memos, May 1995
Re: federal block grants for Medicaid, April 26, 1995, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
March-April 1995
March 6-13, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos:
February-March 3, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
January 24-27, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Texas statehood celebration, January 12, 1995
Staff applications, January 1995
[3 folders]
[Contains possibly excepted information: social security numbers, driver license numbers, and home address and telephone numbers of government employees]
Resource documents:
[Sent under cover of memo by Denise Francis.]
Memo and 1994 priority policy issues, 1994, January 1995
[Sunset] Decisions on the Office of State-Federal Relations, December 1994
Federal discretionary grants and Texas state agencies, FY 1993
State services and federal expenditures in Texas, [1994?]
Memo, federal issues for discussion and decision, [March 1995?]
Lists, budget, and self-evaluation report excerpt, December 1994, undated
State Securities [Board]
[Correspondence with attachments, 1995-1996, mainly from State Securities Commissioner Denise Voigt Crawford concerning federal securities legislation and the Texas Venture Capital Conference.]
Correspondence re: S. 1815 and H.R. 3005 [U.S. Congress], June-July 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9606140055]
Correspondence re: H.R. 3005, March-April 1996
Correspondence and printed material re: Texas Venture Capital Conference, December 1995-January 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9512200050]
Correspondence and analysis re: H.R. 2131, September 1995
Sunset Advisory Commission,
Vols. 1-[2]
[Records are suggestions, self-evaluation report, analyses of Sunset Commission staff reports, agenda, schedule, and an analysis of sunset legislation, 1995-[ca. 1999], created by or for the Sunset Advisory Commission's use in determining the effectiveness of agencies and methods for improvement.]
Board structure suggestions, [ca. 1999]
Self-evaluation report, Texas Governor's Committee on People with Disabilities, September 2, 1997
[3 folders]
Analyses of staff reports, agenda, and schedule, September 1995, February, August-November 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9509180042]
Analysis of sunset legislation, 74th Legislature, July 1995
[4 folders]
Supreme Court of Texas
[Correspondence with attachments and opinions, 1995, from the Texas Supreme Court concerning the establishment of the Commission on Judicial Efficiency and a workers' compensation case. Letters are from Chief Justice Tom Phillips.]
Correspondence and summary re: court overcrowding, August-September 1995, [1995?]
Opinions, Texas Workers' Compensation Commission et al. v. Hector Garcia, Jr. et al., February 9, 1995
[3 folders]
Surplus funding
Letters to agency heads [re: not spending surplus], July 19, 1996
Drafts of letters, June-July 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Tax-jet fuel [letter supporting federal repeal], May 1995
Telecommunications,
Vols. 1-3
[Records are correspondence, memos, reports, plans, papers, minutes, agenda, meeting supporting documentation, and briefing material, 1995-1998, undated, mainly concerning the Telecommunications Infrastructure Fund Board (TIF). Other subjects include the Telecommunications Planning Group (TPG), Southwestern Bell, deregulation of the telecommunications industry, Richardson Telecom Corridor Council, and other projects for bringing the Internet to schools and libraries. Correspondents include Governor's Office staff, Lt. Governor Bob Bullock and staff, House Speaker Pete Laney, PUC Commissioner Pat Wood, TIF board members and staff, MCI, and Southwestern Bell. See also folders titled Education and Policy Office for additional TIF materials and see folders titled Public Utilities and Southwestern Bell for additional materials re: Southwestern Bell and deregulation.]
Concept paper and letter re: TIF, April, June 1998
Correspondence re: TPG, March 9 and 25, 1998
Memos and draft letters, January-March 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Telecommunications infrastructure master plan 1998, September 1997
Re: TIFB briefing to governor and TIFB appointees, October-November 1997
Memos, August, October 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
TIFB meeting packet, February 14, 1997
[4 folders]
Draft TIFB master plan, November 1996
[3 folders]
TIFB meeting packet, January 9-10, 1997
[7 folders]
TIFB 1996 annual report, January 1997
Memos and agenda re: TIF, October-November 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters; agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memos, February, April, June, October 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9604240161]
Correspondence and memos, September-October, December 1995, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Box
2002/151-314 Texas A&M University,
Vols. 1-2
[Correspondence, memos, agreement, printed material, draft speech, from or about Texas A&M University. Subjects include A&M's affiliation agreement with the South Texas College of Law, proposed sale of Rocking H [Heep] Ranch, LoanSTAR oil overcharge contract, invitations, analysis of State Auditor's Office report, and A&M's Tenneco cogeneration project. Correspondents include the Attorney General's Office, Texas A&M officials, the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, and Tenneco. See also folders titled South Texas College of Law and Texas Southern University.]
Correspondence and memos, March, May, July 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters]
DMJM [Daniel, Mann, Johnson, & Mendenhall, architectural, engineering, construction firm] professional brochure, February 1998
Re: South Texas College of Law, February 1998
[2 folders]
Correspondence and memos, January, June, 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence, memos, legal documents, February, May-July, November 1996
Briefing material, [January 1996?]
Texas Aerospace Commission
"Spaceport Texas" briefing materials draft and talking points, January 1999
[2 folders]
"Spaceport Texas" briefing materials draft and cover memo, January 1999
[2 folders]
Status of Texas aerospace business and "Spaceport Texas" to Governor George W. Bush, briefing materials, October 14, 1998
Space operations complex: a new aerospace business opportunity, briefing and memo, March 25, April 3, 1998
[2 folders]
[Folder 1 contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Letter and background information, February, May 1997
Texas Air National Guard [re: early retirement for Mark Schweizer], 1994, May 1995
[See also folders titled Texas Army National Guard for records covering both Air and Army National Guard; see also folders titled Military.]
[Contains possibly excepted information: social security number on report of separation and record of service]
Texas Army National Guard
[Correspondence, memos, briefing material, clippings, strategic plan, reports, 1996-1998, from or concerning the Texas Army National Guard and Air National Guard. Subjects include deployment to Bosnia, visits to military installations, personnel issues, modernization and equipment upgrade, reorganization, the Texas State Guard, the sale of armories, budget, and appointment of adjutant general. There are no records concerning Governor Bush's service in the Air National Guard. Correspondents include Governor's Office staff; federal National Guard Bureau staff; Adjutant General Daniel James; Dale Pyeatt, executive director of Texas Committee ESGR [Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve]; and National Guard Armory Board staff.]
1999 ESGR Bosslift, October, December 1998
Re: 49th Armored Division deployment to Bosnia, August 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memos, May 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
January, March-April 1998
Texas State Guard update, November 22, 1997
Briefing material for Governor Bush, [not before November 1997]
[2 folders]
Re: sale of Rio Grande Valley armories, 1996-July 1997
[2 folders]
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal matters]
Correspondence, July, November 1997
Visions of Tomorrow strategic plan, [not before July 1996]
National Guard ChalleNGe program briefing, June 1997
The National Guard Youth ChalleNGe pilot program, a comprehensive report, 1996
Correspondence and memos, 1996, April-May 1997, undated
December 1996-March 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: privacy]
[Texas Army National Guard], Avila, Jr., John
[Correspondence concerning John Avila's mandatory retirement date [MRD] and request for brevet promotion to circumvent the MRD.]
Box
2002/151-313 Correspondence, July-September 1997
Box
2002/151-314 Correspondence, 1995-July 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: FedEx account number]
Correspondence, July 1997
Correspondence, 1996-June 1997
Texas Board of Private Investigators & Private Security Agencies
[See folders titled Private Investigators & Private Security]
Texas Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners
[Correspondence with attachments from a public citizen complaining of an ineffective Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners and calling for an investigation.]
Correspondence with attachments, March, May, July 1996
Correspondence with attachments, April 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9605020029]
Texas Commission on Jail Standards
[See also folders titled Criminal Justice and Policy Office.]
Correspondence and jail population reports, September 1996
[re: escape of sex offenders], August 1996
Texas Council on Workforce and Economic Competitiveness, Vol. 2
[Correspondence, memos, summary of accomplisments, press release, strategic plan, agreement, newsletter, of the Texas Council on Workforce and Economic Competitiveness (TCWEC), 1995-1999. Subjects include the selection of executive directors, workforce development, summer youth programs of the Job Training Partnership Act, budget and travel, and staffing . Correspondents include TCWEC staff and board members, Governor's Office staff, Legislative Budget Board, and the U.S. Department of Labor. See also folders titled AFL-CIO, Health & Human Services, and Workforce. There was no folder labeled Volume 1.]
November 1997, June 1998, February 1999
Letters with strategic plan, October 13, 1997
[2 folders]
Letters, October 13, 1997
Correspondence and memos, August-September 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memos, March-June 1997, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9705160224]
Internal audit of management controls, March 1997
Draft of action items and report, Welfare-to-work, meeting the challenge, February 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Draft report, Welfare-to-work, meeting the challenge, January 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Budget request and memo re: legal basis, August 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memo, October-December 1995
Letter and memos, March, June-August 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Texas Forest Service
[Fire summaries, charts, maps, memos, correspondence, printed material, 1998, from the Texas Forest Service, describe the extent of fires, resources for fighting fires, the rate of fire danger, the dry hydrant program, and assessment of Mexican wildfires. See also folders titled Emergency Management.]
West Texas Zone Operations fire summaries, June 17-July 14, 1998
Ketch-Byram Drought Index summary and trends, June 24-25, 1998
Dry hydrant program, 1993, 1996-1997, June 24, 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Texas Wildland Fire Summary, June 21, 1998
Re: resources and Mexican fires, May 15-June 19, 1998
Re: fires in Mexico, April 16-May 15, 1998
Texas Funeral Service Commission
[Correspondence, memos, transcript, audio cassette tapes, from or concerning the Texas Funeral Service Commission's investigation of Service Corporation International (SCI) and employee grievance. Correspondents include attorneys, legislators, commission members and staff.]
Re: grievance, December 1998-January 1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: privacy; certain legal matters]
Correspondence and memos, January, August 1997, April-May 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: privacy]
Correspondence & faxes from attorney Johnnie B. Rogers, April 1998
Texas Lottery,
Vols. 1-2
[Correspondence, memos, resumes, press releases, clippings, articles of incorporation, transcript, position paper, concerning the Texas Lottery Commission. Subjects include staffing, statutory provisions, revenue, formulas, whistleblowing, audit, contract rebid, 8-liners, bingo, Indian gaming, and litigation. Correspondents include commission members and staff, Governor's Office staff, Lt. Governor Bob Bullock, State Auditor, legislators, Gtech and other corporations, attorneys, citizen, and anonymous individuals. See also folders titled Bingo, Gambling and Gaming.]
Correspondence and memos, September 1997; February, July 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and press releases, March-June 1997
Correspondence and memos, February 1997
Press releases, news article, correspondence, December 1996-January 1997
Correspondence and memo, November 27-December 17, 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Letter and memos re: Indian gaming, November 25, 1996, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Letter from ADAPT [American Disabled for Attendant Programs Today], 1947, 1977, 1981, 1993, 1996-November 13, 1996
[2 folders]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9611180330]
News article re: Gtech, November 11, 1996
Citizen complaint [Ronnie Roark] re: eight-liners, March 1995-November 1996
[6 folders]
Correspondence, position paper, news articles, February-May, July 1996
Transcript, Commission meeting, February 21, 1996
[7 folders]
Correspondence, articles, 1994, September-October, December 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9509270002]
Correspondence, table, statutes, January, April, June-August 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: information relating to litigation]
Texas Rangers [Barron's article re: baseball team], December 11, 1989
Texas Shrimp Association
[Correspondence from the Texas Shrimp Association concerning nominees for the Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council and the coastal zone management plan.]
Correspondence, March-April 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9604090030]
Correspondence, March 1995, March 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9604010180; 9603120103]
Texas Southern University
[Correspondence, press release, printed material, concerning the leadership and the financial, physical, and academic condition of Texas Southern University. Correspondents include the NAACP, members of the board of regents, and Governor's Office staff.]
Press release, correspondence, legislative agenda, July, December 1997, May 1998
Correspondence with attachments, 1993-June 1, 1995
[removed from binder; 5 folders]
Texas State Association of Firefighters [legislative program], November 1996
Box
2002/151-315 Texas State Cemetery
[Correspondence, memos, notes, applications for burial, resumes, draft proclamations, statutes, concerning requests and requirements for burial in the Texas State Cemetery and questions over the inclusion of names on stones in the Plaza de los Recuerdos.]
Marshal Jack Dean burial request, September-November 1997, March 1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: home address and phone number of government official and employee]
Harry Bradley and Gary Compton burial requests:
1997
[4 folders]
[Contains possibly excepted information: home address and phone number of government official and employee; agency memoranda]
1996-1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: home address and phone number of government official and employee]
Charles D. Travis, Allan Shivers Jr., and H. F. Garcia proclamations, 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Re: legislation, 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Re: Plaza de los Recuerdos, November-December 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9612130393]
Texas State Library and Archives
Memo, correspondence project analysis, feasibility study, July, December 1998
[2 folders]
[Folder 1 contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Draft project analysis, [December 1998?]
Texas State University [System] [correspondence and lists re: recommendations and appointments to board of regents], November 1996, January 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: home addresses and phone numbers of government officials]
Texas Strategic Military Planning Commission [letter and memo], May-June 1997
[See also folders titled Department of Economic Development]
[Folder 1 contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Texas Women's Hall of Fame [program and memo], January 1997
Texas Women's University [LULAC press release], March 1997
Threats [letters], 1995-1996
TIES [Texas Integrated Enrollment System] Project
[Records are correspondence, memos, planning records, articles, briefing and presentation material concerning the TIES Project, established by House Bill 2777, 75th Legislature in 1997 to integrate the enrollment, eligibility determination, and service delivery process for a variety of health, human services, and workforce programs as part of welfare-to-work. The Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) was designated the lead agency, with participation from the Texas Department of Health, Texas Department of Human Services (DHS), and Texas Workforce Commission. Correspondents include the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, state legislators, and DHS and HHSC staff, Office of State-Federal Relations staff, Governor's Office staff, and Texas State Employees Union. See also folders titled Health and Human Services, Welfare.]
Correspondence and presentation material, March-July 1998
Proposed model and project description, March 1998
Correspondence and memos, April-May 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence, memos, article, November 1996-March 1997
Correspondence, memos, and briefing, February-April, July, October 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Tobacco settlement
[Correspondence, memos, agreements, memoranda of understanding, fund disbursement estimates, court documents, position papers, press releases, comparison of legislation, and affidavits, 1998, concerning the proposed use of tobacco settlement funds and the legality of outside counsel's fees. Correspondents include Attorney General Dan Morales, Lt. Governor Bob Bullock's staff, legislators, Governor's Office staff, private attorneys, National Governors Association, and legislative staff from Florida. See also folders titled Attorney General. See also the series General Counsel's litigation files.]
February, July, December 1998, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: email addresses]
Correspondence and affidavit, May 21-June 5, 1998
Post-submission brief and response to the State of Texas' consolidated surreply, State of Texas v. The American Tobacco Co. et al., May 20, 1998
[2 folders]
"Lawsuit abuse in Texas reaches a new high: the $2,300,000,000 Texas tobacco fee scam," Texans for Reasonable Legal Fees, May 1998
Summary distribution of tobacco related funds to state agencies and private institutions, April 1, 1998
[3 folders]
Correspondence, memos and notes, February 20, March 11-21, 1998
Affidavit of Lester Brickman on attorneys' fees, March 10, 1998
[2 folders]
Legislation comparison, survey results, and correspondence, February 26-March 10, 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
January-February 23, 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Trade
[Records are correspondence, newsletter, clipping, memos, and survey, 1994-1996, concerning the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), weight loads of foreign trucks, and foreign trade zone program. Correspondents include Attorney General Dan Morales, Ray Barnhart, Governor's Office staff, and legislators. See also folders titled Commerce, Department of Economic Development, and NAFTA.]
Newsletter, clipping, and memo, March, July 1996, undated
U.S.-Mexico truck trade: four studies investigating the "impacts of bigger trucks on Texas," research report by Ray Barnhart & Associates, December 1995
Correspondence and press release, August-October 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9508290250; 9508220194]
Correspondence and survey, December 1994, March-May, July, September 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Transportation, Vols. 1-7
[Correspondence, memos, reports, exhibits, clippings, articles, testimony, speeches, talking points, policy statements, maps, printed material, proposed rules, statutes, organization chart, statistics, funding projections, agenda, 1994-1999, undated, from the Texas Department of Transportation (TXDOT) or concerning transportation. Subjects include the highway system, highway construction projects, farm to market roads, trucking including truck size and weight limits, signage on highways, pipeline construction, general aviation airports, transportation funding, toll roads, local and regional transportation issues and projects including State Highway 130 in Central Texas and Artcraft Road in El Paso, border infrastructure, bus and highway safety, speed limits, rail carriers including Union Pacific and Amtrak, agency management and reorganization, use of technology, Unified Transportation Program, events, legislation, and asphalt. Correspondents include Transportation Commission members, TXDOT staff, Governor's Office staff especially Allan Rutter, members of Congress, National Transportation Safety Board, local officials, governors' associations, other states, corporations, individuals. See also folders titled Amtrak, Trade, Railroad Commission, Union Pacific-Southern Pacific merger.]
Correspondence and memos, April-June 1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memos with attachments, January-April 1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Fiscal Notes article, memo, testimony, August-September 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memos with attachments, July-August 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memos with attachments, April-July 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Port of Corpus Christi, Northside Highway & Rail Corridor proposal, January 1997, May 1998
1997-May 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
NAFTA Land Transportation Standards Subcommittee, March-May 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memos with attachments, March 10-April 21, 1998
Correspondence and memos with attachments, November 1997-March 9, 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memos with attachments, February 20-25, 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence, memos with attachments, printed material, July, December 1997, January 1998, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Road & Bridge Builders, Inc., Proposal to the Texas Turnpike Authority for the development, design, construction and operations of SH [State Highway] 130, December 1997
Correspondence and memos with attachments, October 27-December 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Press release, correspondence and memos with attachments, October 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memo with attachments, September 12-16, 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Press release, correspondence and memos with attachments, August 8-September 11, 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: social security number of government employee]
Re: Davenport Ranch MUD [Municipal Utility District], July-August 1997
Correspondence and memo with attachments, July 24-August 5, 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos with attachments, May 1994, February-July 21, 1997, undated
Correspondence with attachments, April-May 25, 1997
Re: 95 or Nothing proposal, April-May 12, 1997
Re: National Governors' Association transportation funding letter, April-May 8, 1997
[2 folders]
[Folder 2 contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence with attachments, April 28-30, 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos and correspondence with attachments, August 1996, March-April 25, 1997
Correspondence with attachments, March 1997
Correspondence and memo with attachments, February, April 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9602280138]
Correspondence and memos with attachments, December 1996-February 1997, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9701300337]
Re: CCC Information Services, AutoSearch, 1995-January 1997
[2 folders]
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and clipping, December 23, 1996-January 1997
Recommended policy position on truck size and weight laws, February-December 10, 1996, [199-]
[4 folders]
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memo re: highway funds with attachments, November 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence, speech and memo, November 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Texas Transportation Systems Efficiency Advisory Committee report to the Texas Transportation Commission, October 30, 1996
Correspondence with attachments, clippings, and National Transportation Safety Board safety recommendation, October 1996
September-October 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos with attachments, July-August 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memos with attachments, 1995, April-May 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9604230077; 9604160005; 9604120039]
Correspondence and memos with attachments, February 21-March 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9603220188; 9602260118]
Memos with attachments, February 13-15, 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memos with attachments, December 14, 1995-January 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9601260039; 9601290117; 9601020149; 9512210154; 9512190038]
Re: FM 3464 in Laredo, November-December 5, 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9512060051]
Correspondence with attachments, November 21-30, 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9512010051; 9511290104; 9511290109]
Correspondence and memos, October 27-November 13, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9511070105; 9511070108; 9511080033; 9511070107; 9511070106; 9511070104; 9511070103; 9511070102; 9511080036; 9511080030; 95011010206; 9511030038]
October 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9510240073]
Correspondence and clippings, September 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9509060074]
TXDOT 1996 project development plan, Exhibit C, Category 3A, National Highway System Mobility, August 31, 1995
TXDOT 1996 project development plan, Exhibit D, Category 3B, National Highway System, Trunk system, August 31, 1995
Correspondence and memos with attachments, July-August 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memos, June 20-30, 1995
Correspondence and memos with attachments, May 30-June 16, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and State Auditor's report, April, May 15-23, 1995
Memos with attachments re: hazardous materials training grant funds, March 30, May 5 and 11, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memos, April 4-May 9, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9504270541]
Box
2002/151-316 Correspondence and memo with attachments, April 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Re: Midland Odessa Transportation Alliance, March 27-29, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence with attachments from Kenneth L. Berry, March 1995
[4 folders, removed from binder]
Re: I-49 Corridor and citizen complaint, March 2-6, 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9503070254]
Correspondence, memo with attachments, February 1995
PaineWebber materials, 1986-circa February 1995
Legislative and meeting agenda, January 1995
TXDOT briefing materials for Hon. George W. Bush in preparation for the NGA meeting, January 28-31, 1995
[4 folders, removed from binder]
Organization chart and proposed Texas Transportation Plan in brief, November 1994
The Texas Transportation Plan: Partnerships into the 21st century, discussion draft, November 1994
Memo, strategic plan, maps, November 1993; May, October 1994
Trees for Texas
[Plans, correspondence, memos, survey results, printed material, 1997-1999, concerning the Dallas Trees and Parks Foundation's development of a statewide tree planting initiative, the use of TDCJ facilities for growing seedlings, and opposition by the Texas Association of Nurserymen.]
Work plan, [1999?]
Correspondence, memos, draft work plan, July-August 1998; February 1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9807310207]
Memos, October, December 1997; April 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Cover letter and work plan, August-September 1997
Turnpike Authority
[Memos, draft legislation, correspondence, list, resolution, 1996-1997, undated, concerning the sunset review of the Texas Turnpike Authority and the creation of regional toll road authorities. See also folders titled Transportation.]
Sunset legislative process, January 1997
[3 folders]
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal records]
Correspondence, memos, resolution, list, May-July, September 1996, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Union Pacific Foundation grant application guidelines, February 1996, March 1997
Union Pacific-Southern Pacific merger, Vols. 1-2
[Correspondence, memos, briefing materials, maps, printed material, clippings, press releases,1995-1997, concerning the effects of the merger between Union Pacific and Southern Pacific. See also folders titled Railroad Commission and Transportation.]
Western Governors' Association memo and attachments, November 24, 1997
Correspondence, memos, clipping, press release, May-July 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9605160173]
Press releases, April 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9604300031; 9604190171]
Press release, letters from other governors, news article, March 27-29, 1996
March 8-26, 1996
Reply submitted to Surface Transportation Board and letter from University of North Texas, January 1996
"The proposed UP-SP merger: impact on rail competition, Texas presentation," Troutman Sanders, January 1996
[2 folders]
Correspondence, October 24-December 14, 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9510300122; 9511150007; 9511060103; 9511060101; 9512190044; 9511200008; 9511100017]
Conrail offer, September 1995
Correspondence and map, September-October 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9510240153; 9510250021]
Correspondence, summary, map, August 1995, undated
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9508080156]
United Space Alliance/NASA [summary re: space shuttle], November 18, 1998
U.S. Department of Customs [re: user-fee airports], November 1996-March 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9612040061]
University of Texas, Vols. 1-2
[Correspondence, memos, printed material, court records, reports, briefing material, 1995-1998, concerning the University of Texas. Subjects include tickets and parking for sporting events, lawsuits including Hopwood, technology, legislation, and the economic impact of higher education. See also folders titled Attorney General, Education, General Counsel, and Science & technology.]
Re: tickets and parking for games, September-December 1997; March, May 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Re: Hopwood et al. v. UT Board of Regents et al., November-December 1997, March 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal records; agency memoranda]
Re: health care and Longhorn Foundation parking, March 1997, February-March 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and press release, May-December 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9605300053]
Technology initiative proposal, April 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9604260056]
Re: Hopwood et al. v. UT Board of Regents et al. and Dr. G.S. Ladde, March-April 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: certain legal records]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9604190166; 9603200018]
Hopwood opinion, March 1996
UT System annual report, 1995-1996, and financial report for Fiscal Year 1995, [1996?]
Correspondence, briefing, press releases, June 1995-March 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9603180033; 9512270218; 9512080002; 9511290163; 9511100015; 9511020129; 9509110152; 9509060015]
Veterans Affairs, Vols. 1-2
[Records are a list, correspondence, printed material, report, video, and plans, 1993, 1995-1997, concerning veterans affairs. Subjects include fund raising for the Korean War Memorial, veterans housing programs, veterans cemeteries, veterans preference, and veterans organizations. See also folders titled Land Office.]
Correspondence and list, December 1996, May 1997
Re: state veterans homes and housing bond program, April, July 1995
Re: hiring preference, Paralyzed Veterans of America, and Dallas-Fort Worth national cemetery, June 1993; February, April 1995; circa 1995
Volunteerism & Community Service, Vols. 1-3
[Records are correspondence, plans, memos, lists, executive orders, agenda, minutes, newsletters, printed material, grant applications, organization charts, calendars, and clippings, 1994-1999, concerning the Texas Commission on Volunteerism and Community Service (TxCVCS). Subjects include volunteer awards and conferences, Texas Challenge, Presidents' Summit for America's Future, Texas Unified State Plan, agency purpose and relationship with the Texas Workforce Commission, personnel issues, and Governor's Commission for Women. See also folders titled American Red Cross, America's Promise, Appointments, Ready Texans, Women's Commission.]
Correspondence, February 1998, January 1999
Texas Unified State Plan, March 1998
[2 folders]
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos, list, October, December 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Re: Texas Summit, May-July 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Re: Texas Summit, May 1997
Re: President's and Texas summits, April-May 1997
Re: President's summit, April 1997
Re: President's summit and TxCVCS auditing, March 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; social security numbers]
American Red Cross publication, [199-]
Re: American Red Cross Ready Texans, January 1997, [1996?]
Correspondence, memos, executive orders, July-December 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
TxServe project, June 1996
Correspondence and memos, May-June 1996
Correspondence and memos, April 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9604160040; 9604080047; 9604030103]
Common Ground newsletters, Vol. I, No. 1-Vol. II, No. 2, 1995-1996
Connecting points: a community resource guide, March 1996
[4 folders, removed from binder]
Correspondence and memos, February-March 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9603250045; 9602140023]
Correspondence and memos, October 19-November 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9511090016]
Memo with attachments, 1994-October 18, 1995
Correspondence, July-August 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9508180064]
Memos with attachments, 1994-March 30, 1995
[5 folders]
Water, Vols. 1-2
[Records are correspondence, clippings, policy options, plans, a request for proposals, charts, petition, order, position statements, 1995-1996, 1998 concerning water issues. Subjects include colonias, water supplies and water management in the face of population growth, pollution, drought, interbasin transfers, groundwater marketing, regional planning, wastewater, and clean water standards. Correspondents include the Texas Water Development Board, Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, Comptroller of Public Accounts, Western States Water Council, legislators, and citizens. See also folders titled Environmental, Lower Colorado River Authority, Parks & Wildlife, and Secretary of State.]
Letter and clipping re: Hidalgo County colonias, March 1998
Potential water policy options, [1996]
The challenges of future state growth and need for diversified water management responses, Texas Water Development Board, [1996]
Comptroller RFP for assessment of water issues affecting Texas, October 22, 1996
Correspondence, charts, overview, September-October 1996
Water issues chart and TWDB EDAP [Economically Distressed Areas Program] project summary, August 1996
Correspondence and memo, June-July 1996
Correspondence, memo, charts, order, March-May 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Inter basin water transfers: current and prospective conditions, and policy considerations, TWDB, January 1996
Correspondence, Water Strategist excerpts, and policy need statement, November 1995, [1995 or 1996]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9512140081]
Re: proposed FERC preemption of state clean water standards, May 1995
Letter of intent among Canyon Regional Water Authority, New Braunfels Utilities, Bexar Metropolitan Water District, San Antonio Water System, San Antonio River Authority, and Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority, April 19, 1995
Web site
[Records are memos, correspondence, proposal, press release, notes, web site screen shots, and policies, 1996-1998, concerning the development of the Governor's Office web site, the public's inability to contact the Governor's Office via email, Internet and computer policies, and Internet tax. See also folders titled Communications.]
Press release, notes, review, disclaimer, October-November 1997, February-March 1998
Re: lack of governor's e-mail address, June-August 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: email addresses]
Policies, miscellaneous, January, September 1996, [199-]
[Contains possibly excepted information: email addresses]
Box
2002/151-317 Welfare, Vols. 1-2
[Records are correspondence, memos, proposal, 1995-1997, concerning welfare reform. Subjects include living wages, federal legislation, state legislation (House Bill 1863, 74th Legislature, 1995), Texas' welfare waiver request, TIES [Texas Integrated Enrollment System] procurement, TANF [Temporary Assistance for Needy Families] block grants, Medicaid restructuring, and the Patient Protection Act. Correspondents include the Association for Family Finances in America, Texas Workforce Commission, Governor's Policy Office staff, Lt. Governor Bob Bullock's staff, Republican Governors Association, consultants, and citizens. See also folders titled Attorney General, Budget & Planning, Comptroller of Public Accounts, Family Pathfinders, Health and Human Services, Policy Office, Texas Council on Workforce & Economic Competitiveness, State-Federal Relations, and TIES Project.]
Re: living wage, October 1996, January-March 1997
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9702050423]
Memos, correspondence, September 9-October 7, 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos, July-August 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9608160192]
Level of child care and JOBS program funding for FY 1997, June 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Press releases, memos, correspondence, March, June 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memo, correspondence, articles, December 1995-February 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos, press releases, correspondence, June-July 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memo, March-April 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Welfare reform [charts, memo, statement mainly re: functions of Department of Human Services and Texas Workforce Commission], January 1999, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Welfare-to-work
Agenda for HHS [Health and Human Services] board chairs and CEOs welfare-to-work workgroup, October 1997-March 1998
Agendas and attachments for HHS board chairs and CEOs welfare-to-work workgroup, October 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Women's Commission
[Records are lists, memo, notes, correspondence, executive orders, by-laws, calendar, printed material, agenda, 1981, 1983, 1987, 1991, 1993, 1995-1999, concerning the Governor's Commission for Women. Subjects include the Texas Women's Hall of Fame, commission members and staff, commission responsibilities and activities, conferences, Red Cross Ready Texans, relationship with Texas Commission on Volunteerism and Community Service, The Beacon State Fund, and State Agency Council to the Governor's Commission for Women. See also folders titled American Red Cross, America's Promise, Fatherhood Conference, Ready Texans, Texas Women's Hall of Fame, Volunteerism & Community Service.]
Correspondence and memos, July, December 1998; January-February 1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Mailing list and event request, July 1998, January 1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: email addresses, home addresses, phone numbers of government officials]
Memo with attachments, 1997-May 20, 1998, undated
[3 folders]
[Folder 1 contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda; Folder 2 contains possibly excepted information: home addresses and home phone numbers of government employees]
Memos, program, agenda, July 1997; January-February, April 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Meeting notes and attachments, 1995-January 1997
[2 folders]
Correspondence and memos with attachments, April, June 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Re: 1997 Texas Women's Hall of Fame, October 1996
List, memos, press release, July-September 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Briefing materials, July 1996
[2 folders]
[Contains possibly excepted information: home addresses and home phone numbers of public officials]
Correspondence and memos, January-June 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Minutes and memos, July-August, November 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos and executive orders, 1981, 1983, 1987, 1991, 1993, April-June 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Worker's compensation, Vols. 1-2
[Records are memos, correspondence, reports, lists, printed material, press releases, legislation, clippings, agenda, charts, briefing material, executive order, 1994-1999, concerning workers' compensation in Texas. Subjects include the Texas Workers' Compensation Insurance Fund (TWCIF), TWCIF's federal tax exemption, privatization of the Texas Workers' Compensation Facility, sexual harassment complaints at the Texas Workers' Compensation Commission (TWCC), TWCC's designated doctor program, claims statistics, worker safety and health programs and guidelines, and risk management.]
Correspondence, memos, press release, June 1997-February 1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Draft response to Texas Commission on Human Rights investigative report, May 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence re: privatization of workers' compensation facility, May 20-22, 1997
Amendments to House Bills 976 and 3375 re: privatization of workers' compensation facility, May 21, 1997
Re: Texas Workers Compensation Insurance Facility, 1996-April 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: home address of government official]
Correspondence, memos, clipping, February-March 1997
Correspondence, 1996 annual report, list, September 1996-January 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: privacy, medical records, home address of government official]
Correspondence, memos, report, February-April 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9604170017; 9604080058]
Risk management guideline for return to work program, December 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9512200033]
Correspondence, memos, charts, July-October 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9509200024; 9508160256]
Texas Worker's Compensation Insurance Fund, Administrative Committee, facilities information meeting material, June 27, 1995
Correspondence, April, June 1995
Correspondence, report, list, April 21-May 17, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Insurance fund audit report, April 1995
Memos, list, 1994, March 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda, home addresses of government officials]
Workforce, Vols. 1-2
[Records are correspondence, memos, charts, proposals, reports, clippings, proclamations, printed material, agreements, opinions, organization charts, 1995-1998 concerning the Texas Workforce Commission. Subjects include Lone Star Leaders mentoring initiative, cooperation with the Commission on Volunteerism & Community Service, Workforce Commission responsibilities, Wagner-Peyser funds for welfare-to-work programs, local workforce development boards, planning, federal legislation, integrated enrollment, implementation of House Bill 1863, unemployment insurance, job training, computer system, agency transition from Texas Employment Commission, and commissioner appointments. See also folders titled AFL-CIO, Comptroller of Public Accounts, Family Pathfinders, Health & Human Services, Texas Council on Workforce and Economic Competitiveness, TIES Project, Volunteerism & Community Service, and Welfare.]
Correspondence and memo, July, October 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda, privacy]
New businesses established, January 1995-June 5, 1998
Charts, memo, proposal, March-April 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Memos, statement, December 1997, February 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence with attachments, 1996, October 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence, charts, memos, September 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and memos, June-August 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence, memo, report, January, March-April 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
August-December 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence and clippings, June 19-July 15, 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9607190177]
Re: Gulf Coast Workforce Development Area, 1995, January-June 1996
[2 folders]
[Folder 2 contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence re: Gulf Coast/Houston workforce development area, 1995-June 19, 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Proclamations, correspondence, speech, May 15-June 14, 1996
Correspondence and memos, April 24-May 9, 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence, charts, proclamation, April 1-23, 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9604250007; 9604180035; 9604150022]
Correspondence, newsletter, dissenting opinions, February[?]-March 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: privacy]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9604040049]
Correspondence, memo, speech outline, January 10-February 21, 1996
Correspondence, memos, clippings, November-December 1995
Correspondence and memo, June-October 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9510240040; 9508300130; 9508100296]
Workforce Commissioner David R. Perdue
[See also folders titled AFL-CIO and Workforce.]
Correspondence and memos re: confirmation process, March-April 1997, August 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Correspondence, memos, handouts re: confirmation process, January-February 1997
[2 folders]
Y2K [memos re: computer reprogramming in anticipation of computer problems in 2000], July, November-December 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
Youth Commission, Vols. 1-2
[Correspondence, reports, memos, concerning the Texas Youth Commission. Subjects include population statistics, potential sites for new juvenile corrections facilities, success of former student, renovations, budget shortfalls, sunset recommendations, and transfer of facility from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.]
Site selection memos and commitment and ADP [average daily populations] reports, September, November 1997; May 1998
Commitment and ADP reports covering March-June 1997, April-July 1997
Correspondence and commitment and ADP reports, January-March 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: identifying information for juvenile offender]
Clipping, correspondence, commitment and ADP reports, June-November 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: agency memoranda]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9608160234; 9606140056]
Correspondence and commitment and ADP reports, August 1995-January 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number(s): 9511130108; 9510200104]
Commitment and ADP reports, June-July 1995
Commitment and ADP reports, April-May 1995

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