Administrative correspondence, 2009-2014
Administrative correspondence, 2009-2014, undated, 1.25 cubic ft. and 234 MB (340 files) (paper, digital)[RESTRICTED]
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Scope and Content
Administrative correspondence of the Texas Office of Financial Accountability (OFA) documents how the OFA promoted open and accountable government as well as problems encountered during the course of these duties. Types of records include correspondence and accompanying documents such as reports, program summaries, executive summaries, memorandums, agenda, talking points, budgets, forms, presentations, white papers, project time lines, and news clippings. Records date 2009-2014, undated. Paper records date 2009-2011, and undated, and electronic records date 2010-2014. Subjects include proposed uses of American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds, questions and answers about the use of the State Fiscal Stabilization Fund for education, impacts of federal economic stimulus provisions on Texas state government programs, rules and laws dealing with ARRA’s effect on Texas, accountability and reporting issues, vendor and tool proposals, perspectives on U.S. Representative Lloyd Doggett’s amendment to the EduJobs Bill and its effect on the state, and the working group’s relationship with the House Select Committee on Federal Economic Stabilization Funding and its chairman Senator Jim Dunnam. Paper records in this series document mostly internal duties of the office while electronic records document mostly external duties of the office. Paper records largely deal with ARRA functions while electronic records reflect the OFA’s shift from monitoring ARRA compliance to assisting, improving and auditing state projects that use state or federal funds.
Formats of the original electronic files include word processing or plain text files (.doc, .docx, .txt, .pdf), email (.msg), spreadsheets (.xls., xlsx), photographs and graphic images (.jpg, .gif, .png), and web pages images (.htm, .html). Digital files presented for public use will generally be PDF for text documents or spreadsheets, and .jpg for photographic or graphic images. Files in their original format are available on request; restrictions may apply.
Paper records are arranged as received. Electronic records are arranged alphabetically by file name.
(Identify the item), Administrative correspondence, Governor’s Office of Financial Accountability records, Texas Governor Rick Perry records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession numbers: 2015/067, 2015/117
Paper records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Office of the Governor on December 19, 2014 through March 2015. Electronic records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Office of the Governor on January 29, 2015.
Inventory of Administrative Correspondence
Please see the finding aid on TARO (https://txarchives.org/tslac/finding_aids/40126.xml) for details on how to access paper-based materials
|E2015/117||Administrative correspondence, 2010-2014 [234 MB (340 files)](RESTRICTED)|
|[Folder contains correspondence in regard to the state of Texas Single Audit reports, efforts to close out of federal fund monitoring requirements, and activities of state agencies to comply with grant fund reporting.]|