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database and considered for future solicitations should contact TDA's Contracts Office at 703-875-4357.
In an effort to provide timely information on Agency-supported projects, TDA publishes the Biweekly and a calendar of events which are available together on a paid subscription basis by calling 703-875-4246. A quarterly publication, TDA Update, contains current items of interest on a variety of program activities. Region- or sector-specific fact sheets and case studies also are available. An annual report summarizes the Agency's activities.
Agency news, reports, and lists of upcoming orientation visits and business briefings are available on the Internet at http://www.tda.gov/
Regional program inquiries should be directed to the assigned Country Manager. Phone, 703-875-4357. Fax, 703-875-4009.
TDA's library maintains final reports on all TDA activities. These are available for public review Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Copies of completed feasibility studies must be purchased through the Department of Commerce's National Technical Information Service (NTIS).
For further information, contact the Trade and Development Agency, Room 309, State Annex 16, Washington, DC 20523–1602. Phone, 703-875-4357. E-mail, email@example.com. Internet, http://www.tda.gov/
UNITED STATES ARMS CONTROL AND
JOHN D. HOLUM
JOERG H. MENZEL
Regional Arms Control Bureau
and Information Management Bureau
DONALD MAHLEY, Acting
MARY ELIZABETH HOINKES
U.S. Representative to the Conference on
Commission and the Joint Compliance
and Inspection Commission Special Representative, Chief Science Adviser JAMES SWEENEY Special Representative, NPT
THOMAS GRAHAM, JR. (For the United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency statement of organization, see the Code of Federal Regulations, Title 22, Part 601)
The United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency formulates and implements arms control nonproliferation and disarmament policies that promote the national security of the United States and its relations with other countries. To effectively carry out its responsibilities, the Agency prepares and participates in discussions and negotiations with foreign countries on such issues as strategic arms limitations, conventional force reductions in Europe, prevention of the spread of nuclear weapons to countries that do not now possess them, prohibitions on chemical weapons, and the international arms trade.
The United States Arms Control and
In support of its activities, the Agency Disarmament Agency was established by conducts research and studies or, act of September 26, 1961 (22 U.S.C. through contracts and agreements, 2561), in response to congressional arranges for involvement by private or feeling that the Nation's national security public institutions or persons. It also efforts could be most effectively
coordinates such efforts by or for other executed by lawfully centralizing arms Government agencies, and analyzes control and disarmament responsibilities. selected defense programs for their arms
control pursuits. Activities
The Arms Control and Disarmament The Agency conducts studies and Act also provides for the establishment provides advice relating to arms control,
of a Scientific and Policy Advisory nonproliferation, and disarmament Committeenot to exceed 15 members, policy formulation; prepares for and appointed by the President-to advise manages United States participation in
the President, the Secretary of State, and international negotiations in the arms
the Director of the Agency on matters control, nonproliferation, and
affecting arms control, disarmament, and disarmament field; disseminates and coordinates public information about arms control, nonproliferation, and
Sources of Information disarmament; and prepares for, operates, Contracts Individuals seeking to do or directs, as needed, U.S. participation business with the Agency or to obtain in international control systems that may information on research contracts may result from United States arms control or
contact the Contracting Office (phone, disarmament activities.
703-235-3288) at the address shown In addition to directing the activities below. described above, the Director functions Publications Copies of publications as the principal adviser to the President, such as World Military Expenditures the National Security Adviser, and the (annual series), Documents on Secretary of State in arms control,
Disarmament (annual series), Arms nonproliferation, and disarmament Control and Disarmament Agreements, matters. Under the direction of the
the Agency's newsletter ACDA Update, Secretary of State, the Director also has and the Agency's Annual Report may be primary responsibility within the
ordered from the Superintendent of Government for such matters.
Documents, Government Printing Office,
Washington, DC 20402 (phone, 202– 783-3238); or from the Office of Public Affairs (phone, 202-647–8677) at the address shown below.
Speakers Officers of the Agency will address audiences in all parts of the country, workload permitting. Phone, 202-647-4800.
mament Agency, 320 Twenty
For further information, contact the United States Arms Control and Dis first Street NW., Washington, DC 20451. Phone, 202-647–8677.
UNITED STATES COMMISSION ON CIVIL RIGHTS 624 Ninth Street NW., Washington, DC 20425 Phone, 202-376-8177
MARY FRANCES BERRY Vice Chairman
CRUZ REYNOSO Commissioners
CARL A. ANDERSON, ROBERT P.
GEORGE, A. LEON
RUSSELL G. REDENBAUGH
MARY K. MATHEWS General Counsel
STEPHANIE Y. MOORE Solicitor
STEPHANIE Y. MOORE, Acting
(VACANCY) Assistant Staff Director for Management
(VACANCY) Chief, Public Affairs Unit
JAMES S. CUNNINGHAM
KI-TAEK CHUN Director, Central Regional Division
MELVIN L. JENKINS Director, Midwestern Regional Division
CONSTANCE D. DAVIS Director, Rocky Mountain Regional Division JOHN FOSTER DULLES Director, Southern Regional Division
BOBBY DOCTOR Director, Western Regional Division
PHILIP MONTEZ (For the Commission on Civil Rights statement of organization, see the Code of Federal Regulations, Title 45, Part 701)
The Commission on Civil Rights collects and studies information on discrimination or denials of equal protection of the laws because of race, color, religion, sex, age, handicap, national origin, or in the administration of justice in such areas as voting rights, enforcement of Federal civil rights laws, and equal opportunity in education, employment, and housing.
The Commission on Civil Rights was first
The Commission makes findings of fact but has no enforcement authority. Findings and recommendations are submitted to the President and Congress,