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Overview

Agency History

Department of Commerce/Department of Economic Development History

Rick Perry Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents of the Records

Organization of the Records

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Organization charts, 1999-2008,

Department of Economic Development Governing Board meeting records, member personnel files, and other material, 1992-1995, 1997-2002,

Sunset files, 1999-2003,

Publication development files, 2000-2005,

Plans and planning records, 2001-2005, 2013-2014,

Reports and studies, 1998-2002,

Proposed legislation, 1990-2003,

Administrative correspondence, 2003-2005,

Business Development general files, 1998-2014,

Corporate Expansion and Recruitment project files, 1989-2009,

Finance Program files, 1977-2003,

International marketing project files, 1997-2008,

Economic Development Bank files, 2001-2009,

Enterprise Zone Program annual reports, 1991-2002,

Texas Emerging Technology Fund files, 2012,

Smart Jobs Fund files, 1993-2001,

Texas Tourism files, 2000-2014,

Aerospace, Aviation, and Defense files, 2003-2011,

Texas Military Preparedness Commission files, 1997-2015,

Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Texas Governor Rick Perry Economic Development and Tourism Division Records:

An Inventory of Governor Rick Perry Economic Development and Tourism Division Records at the Texas State Archives, 1989-2015



Overview

Creator: Texas. Governor (2000-2015 : Perry)
Title: Texas Governor Rick Perry Economic Development and Tourism Division records
Dates: 1989-2015
Abstract: The Economic Development and Tourism Division (EDT) of the Texas Governor's Office under Governor Rick Perry specialized in encouraging in-state business expansion and relocation as well as promoting domestic and international tourism via partnerships with local convention and visitors bureaus, chambers of commerce, and private travel-related organizations. These records document the regular activities of several sections of EDT, along with predecessor agencies the Texas Department of Commerce and Texas Department of Economic Development, during the terms of Governors Rick Perry, George W. Bush, and Ann Richards. Efforts to convince corporate entities to relocate or expand into the state of Texas are a particular emphasis. Records include paper, audiovisual, and electronic record types encompassing incoming and outgoing correspondence, memorandums, reports, publications, presentations, speeches, organization charts, clippings, press releases, notes, working papers, strategic plans, agendas, meeting materials, calendars, promotional materials, project files, videocassette tapes, audiocassette tapes, and digital images. Records date 1989-2015.
TSLAC Control No.: TX007665
Quantity: 80 cubic ft.
Quantity: 1.74 GB
Quantity: (2203 files)
Language: These materials are written in English.
Repository: Texas State Archives
Sponsor: This EAD finding aid was created in cooperation with Texas Archival Resources Online.

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 Texas 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 30 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 2014 there were 248.5 full time equivalent employees in the Office of the Governor. Nineteen divisions outside of the Executive Office assist the governor in carrying out his functions: Scheduling and Advance; Office of the First Lady; Administration; Appointments; Legislative; Communications; Budget, Planning, and Policy; General Counsel; Internal Audit; Constituent Communication; Criminal Justice; Economic Development and Tourist Development; Governor's Commission for Women; Office of Financial Accountability; Governor's Committee on People with Disabilities; Texas Film Commission; Texas Music Office; Texas Workforce Investment Council; and Office of State-Federal Relations.

The Economic Development and Tourism Division originated in 2003, when several functions of the abolished Texas Department of Economic Development and Texas Aerospace Commission were transferred to this division under the Texas Governor's Office (Senate Bill 275, 78th Legislature, Regular Session). The division encourages and pursues business expansion and attracts business relocation prospects for the state of Texas, with specific subordinate offices focusing on small businesses, military installations, and aerospace, aviation, and defense businesses. It operates the Texas Economic Development Bank, which provides financial incentives to businesses expanding or relocating to the state of Texas and makes capital funds available to in-state businesses for economic development projects. Finally, the division also promotes Texas as an attractive travel destination through a multimedia marketing campaign and strategic partnerships with convention and visitors bureaus, local chambers of commerce, private travel-related organizations, and associations.

(Sources include: Guide to Texas State Agencies, 11th edition (2001); Office of the Governor Workforce Summary and the Texas Governor's Office website during Governor Perry's term via the TRAIL Web Archive, both accessed on February 8, 2021; and the records themselves.)

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Department of Commerce/Department of Economic Development History

The 70th Texas Legislature, Regular Session, through House Bill 4, created the Texas Department of Commerce (TDOC) on September 1, 1987, by consolidating various state agencies, commissions, and boards including the Texas Economic Development Commission, Texas Tourist Development Agency, Texas World Trade Council, Enterprise Zone Board, Technology Training Board, Texas Music Commission, and Texas Film Commission. The Job Training Partnership Act and the Community Development Block Grant programs were also transferred to the department from the Texas Department of Community Affairs. In 1991, the 72nd Legislature reorganized the Department of Commerce through Senate Bill 1070. Policy-making functions and authority were redistributed between the executive director and the Department of Commerce Policy Board. The board was made an advisory board rather than a governing board. The Community Development Block Grant and Rental Rehabilitation programs were transferred to the newly created Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs and the film and music programs were transferred to the Governor's Office.

The Department of Commerce was responsible for planning, organizing, and implementing programs to attract new businesses to the state, encourage the growth and expansion of existing businesses, including tourism, and work with local governments and organizations to improve their communities. The department was managed by the executive director and advised by the nine-member Department of Commerce Policy Board. Six seats on the board were held by public members appointed by the governor to six-year terms with the consent of the senate. The other three members, who serve ex-officio, were the chair of the State Job Training Coordinating Council, the presiding officer of the International Trade Commission Governing Board, and the presiding officer of the Trans-Mexico Authority Advisory Board. The 1991 reorganization divided the department into three program divisions (Business Development, Tourism, and Work Force Development), each administered by a deputy director, and six support divisions (Administration, Communications, Data Services, Human Resources, Intergovernmental Relations, and Research and Planning). As of 1992, the department had 318 employees and appropriations of $254,486,306.

As a follow-up to the 1991 reorganization, a sunset review was performed in 1993 which continued the Enterprise Zone Program and required the Commerce Department to establish an Office of Rural Affairs. In 1995, the Legislature transferred the Job Training Partnership Act program to the Texas Workforce Commission. In September 1997, the Texas Department of Commerce was reorganized again and renamed the Texas Department of Economic Development (TDED). The TDED was responsible for the same initiatives as the Department of Commerce, and the TDED Governing Board assuming virtually the same organization and duties as Commerce's policy board. By the late 1990s the TDED had two main, non-support divisions: Business Development and Tourism. The Business Development Division concentrated on retaining and expanding the state's business and industrial base and marketing Texas nationally and internationally as a location for business expansion; the division's six offices are Business Services, Corporate Expansion and Recruitment, Economic Information Clearinghouse, Office of Trade and International Relations, the State of Texas Office in Mexico, and Strategic Initiatives. The Tourism Division promoted Texas nationally and internationally as a travel destination. In 2003, the TDED was abolished, and several functions were combined with those of the Texas Aerospace Commission to create the Texas Governor's Office Economic Development and Tourism Division (Senate Bill 275, 78th Legislature, Regular Session).

(Sources include: "Texas Department of Commerce," The Handbook of Texas Online, accessed February 8, 2021; and Guide to Texas State Agencies, various editions.)

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Rick Perry Biographical Sketch

Rick Perry served as governor of Texas from December 20, 2000, to January 20, 2015.

James Richard "Rick" Perry was the 47th governor of Texas. He was born on March 4, 1950, in Haskell, Texas, to Joseph Ray Perry and Amelia June (Holt) Perry. In 1972, he received a bachelor's degree in animal science from Texas A&M University. Perry then served as a pilot with the United States Air Force from 1972 to 1977 and was discharged in 1977 with the rank of captain. Perry was elected to the Texas House of Representatives (District 64) as a Democrat in 1984 and served until 1990. He was named one of the 10 most effective lawmakers by the Dallas Morning News in 1989. In the same year, Perry changed his party allegiance, becoming a Republican. Perry left the House of Representatives to serve two terms as Commissioner of Agriculture, from 1990 to 1998. He was a member of the U.S. Trade Representative's Intergovernmental Policy Advisory Committee on International Trade; the Executive Committee, Southern U.S. Trade Association; and president of the Southern Association of Trade Departments of Agriculture (from 1992 to 1993). He was elected lieutenant governor in 1998, taking office in January of 1999. Perry became governor to complete the term of Governor George W. Bush who left the office in December 2000 to become president of the United States. Perry was elected governor of Texas first on November 5, 2002, and then reelected on November 7, 2006, and November 2, 2010.

As governor, Perry focused primarily on issues of economy, education, and security, especially along the Texas-Mexico border. He espoused fiscal conservatism, opposing a state income tax and focusing on job growth and business incentives throughout his governorship. As the longest serving Texas governor, Perry capitalized on the main power assigned to him by the Texas Constitution, appointing the majority of sitting members of every state board or commission. In the field of healthcare, Perry signed several bills governing abortion procedures and funding. Perry issued an executive order mandating that all Texas girls receive the HPV (Human Papillomavirus) vaccine on February 2, 2007. The order was overturned by the state legislature the following August.

On August 13, 2011, Perry announced he would be running for president in 2012. However, after a controversial campaign and a low showing in the Iowa caucuses, Perry dropped out of the presidential race on January 19, 2012. Perry later ran for president again, announcing his candidacy for the Republican nomination in the 2016 U.S. presidential election on June 4, 2015. He officially suspended his campaign on September 11, 2015.

On August 15, 2014, Perry was indicted by a grand jury on felony charges for abuse of power. The indictment specifically included two charges: abuse of official capacity (a first-degree felony) and coercion of a public servant (a third-degree felony). Perry was accused of coercing Travis County District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg (who had been convicted of drunk driving) to resign by threatening to veto funding for the Public Integrity Unit, a group of state public corruption prosecutors. Perry was officially cleared of all charges in February 2016.

On December 14, 2016, Perry was named as United States Secretary of Energy nominee by President- elect Donald Trump. He was confirmed by the United States Senate on March 2, 2017. In April 2017, Perry ordered a study of the national electric grid, with a focus on coal power.

Perry married Anita Thigpen in 1982. They have two children, Griffin and Sydney.

(Sources include: Texas State Directory, 2014; the Texas Governor's Office website during Governor Perry's term at https://wayback.archive-it.org/414/*/http:/www.governor.state.tx.us/homeland, dated November 17, 2014; Jeff Zeleny and Michael D. Shear, "Perry to End Bid for Presidency," New York Times, January 19, 2012; Theodore Schleifer, "Rick Perry drops out of 2016 presidential race - CNNPolitics.com," CNN, September 11, 2015; Benjy Sarlin, "Rick Perry indicted for abuse of power by grand jury," MSNBC, August 12, 2014; Eugene Scott, "Court dismisses one criminal charge against Perry," CNN, July 24, 2015; and Carrie Dann, "Texas Court Dismisses Second Felony Charge Against Rick Perry," CNN, July 24, 2015, all accessed on February 8, 2021.)

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Scope and Contents of the Records

The Economic Development and Tourism Division (EDT) of the Texas Governor's Office under Governor Rick Perry specialized in encouraging in-state business expansion and relocation as well as promoting domestic and international tourism via partnership with local convention and visitors bureaus, chambers of commerce, and private travel-related organizations. These records document the regular activities of several sections of EDT, along with its predecessor agencies the Texas Department of Commerce and Texas Department of Economic Development, during the terms of Governors Rick Perry, George W. Bush, and Ann Richards. Efforts to convince corporate entities to relocate or expand into the state of Texas are a particular emphasis of the records. Records include paper, audiovisual, and electronic record types encompassing incoming and outgoing correspondence, memorandums, reports, publications, presentations, speeches, organization charts, clippings, press releases, notes, working papers, strategic plans, agendas, meeting materials, calendars, promotional materials, project files, videocassette tapes, audiocassette tapes, and digital images. Organizations prominent in the records include the subordinate Texas Military Preparedness Commission and EDT predecessor agencies the Texas Department of Economic Development (TDED) and the Texas Department of Commerce (TDOC). Records date 1989-2015.

Because the organizational structure of EDT and its predecessors as documented in these records shifted over time, series are based on isolated functions and are not grouped based on organizational hierarchy. The records are organized into 19 series that cover general agency functions as well as specific offices and projects. Several series reflect general agency functions. Organization charts document the organizational structure of predecessor agency TDED, and the Business Development Division of EDT, dating 1999-2008. Department of Economic Development Governing Board meeting records, member personnel files, and other material dates 1992-1995 and 1997-2002, and includes the subseries Board meeting records, containing materials documenting both the conduct of the board meetings as well and the projects and subject discussed therein, and the subseries Department of Commerce Policy Board member personnel files and other material, containing personnel files for board members as well as related material such as financial statements and oaths of office. Sunset files document TDED gathering information to comply with the sunset review process, dating 1999-2003. Publication development files document the publication of information intended to foster business relations and tourism in Texas with a focus on international business and import/export, and include publications of TDED's Economic Information Clearinghouse Division and Office of International Business and EDT's State of Texas North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Office and State of Texas Mexico Office, dating 2000-2005. Plans and planning records are strategic plans, action plans, and marketing plans created by EDT and TDED as well as documentation of the creation of some of these plans, dating 2001-2005 and 2013-2014. Reports and studies are reports on a variety of topics both authored by and collected by TDED, dating 1998-2002. Proposed legislation documents proposed legislation impacting the functions of TDED from the 72nd through 78th legislative sessions, dating 1990-2003. Administrative correspondence is correspondence of Jeff Moseley, EDT executive director, regarding opportunities for international trade, dating 2003-2005.

Series documenting specific subsidiary offices or projects are as follows: Business Development general files are electronic files generated by the Business Development Division including incoming and outgoing correspondence, memorandums, reports, presentations, speeches, spreadsheets, press releases, strategic plans, promotional materials, calendars, guides, and digital photograph files, dating 1998-2014. Corporate Expansion and Recruitment project files are generated by Corporate Expansion and Recruitment, an office of Business Development, in the process of negotiating with a series of companies for the establishment of new headquarters or facilities in Texas and the expansion of existing facilities, dating 1989-2009. This series comprises the bulk of the records.

Finance Program files are working papers, loan files, and project files for Product Commercialization Fund loans, Rural Industrial Development loans, and Texas Rural Economic Development Guaranty projects under TDOC and TDED, dating 1977-2003. International marketing project files document trade missions and business development trips under EDT and TDED, dating 1997-2008. Economic Development Bank files document the Commercial Revitalization Deduction and Renewal Community programs of the Economic Development Bank under EDT and TDED, dating 2001-2009. Enterprise Zone Program annual reports consist of reports and associated data on EDT's Enterprise Zone Program, administered by the Department of Economic Development Finance, 1991-2002. Texas Emerging Technology Fund files consist of a single document generated by the Texas Emerging Technology Fund subdivision of EDT, a form waiver letter for the Regional Centers for Innovation and Commercialization program, dating 2012. Smart Jobs Fund files pertain to the Smart Jobs program, a project administered by TDED that provided jobs training grants for eligible Texas businesses, 1993-2001.

Texas Tourism files document tourism in Texas, advertising initiatives, public relations, the Smithsonian Folklife Festival, and EDT's Tourism Advisory Committee, dating 2000-2014. Aerospace, Aviation, and Defense files cover the activities of this subdivision of EDT, focusing on the development of aerospace and related industries in Texas in collaboration with interested stakeholders in both the public and private spheres, dating 2003-2011. Texas Military Preparedness Commission files include paper, audio and video recordings, and electronic records generated by the Texas Military Preparedness Commission (TMPC), a body subordinate to EDT tasked with advocating for the retention and expansion of U.S. military assets and associated defense-related businesses within the territory of Texas for the purposes of economic benefit, dating 1997-2015.

Electronic records described in this finding aid that are part of the Texas Digital Archive are indicated as such in the inventory. Restrictions on access to the content of records are applicable to paper and electronic records. Formats of the original electronic files include word processing or plain text files, spreadsheets, photographs and graphic images, databases, emails, PDFs, PowerPoint, and web-ready images. 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.

To prepare this inventory, the described materials were cursorily reviewed to delineate series, to confirm the accuracy of contents lists, to provide an estimate of dates covered, and to determine record types.

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Organization of the Records

The records are organized into nineteen series and two subseries:
Organization charts, 1999-2008, 0.05 cubic ft.
Department of Economic Development Governing Board meeting records, member personnel files, and other material, 1992-1995, 1997-2002, 7.75 cubic ft.
  • Board meeting records, 1994, 1997-2002, 6.75 cubic ft.
  • Department of Commerce Policy Board member personnel files and other material, 1992-1995, 1 cubic ft.
Sunset files, 1999-2003, 1.45 cubic ft.
Publication development files, 2000-2005, 0.4 cubic ft.
Plans and planning records, 2001-2005, 2013-2014, 0.2 cubic ft.
Reports and studies, 1998-2002, 0.25 cubic ft.
Proposed legislation, 1990-2003, 1 cubic ft.
Administrative correspondence, 2003-2005, 0.05 cubic ft.
Business Development general files, 1998-2014, 1.12 GB (986 files)
Corporate Expansion and Recruitment project files, 1989-2009, 59.25 cubic ft.
Finance Program files, 1977-2003, 5 cubic ft.
International marketing project files, 1997-2008, 0.5 cubic ft.
Economic Development Bank files, 2001-2009, 0.5 cubic ft.
Enterprise Zone Program annual reports, 1991-2002, 0.25 cubic ft.
Texas Emerging Technology Fund files, 2012, 160 KB (1 file)
Smart Jobs Fund files, 1993-2001, 0.1 cubic ft.
Texas Tourism files, 2000-2014, 0.3 cubic ft. and 248 MB (879 files)
Aerospace, Aviation, and Defense files, 2003-2011, 367.6 MB (314 files)
Texas Military Preparedness Commission files, 1997-2015, 2.95 cubic ft. and 2.4 MB (23 files)

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Records described in this finding aid may contain information that is confidential under the Texas Public Information Act (PIA) (Texas Government Code, Chapter 552) or other statutes. Restricted information, as outlined in the statutes, applies to both physical and electronic records. As laws change, statutory restrictions may be added to or removed from these records. See our Texas Public Information Act and Researching in the State Archives web page for the more common types of restrictions found in state government records.

The access restrictions described above apply only to the following series: Organization charts; Department of Economic Development Governing Board meeting records, member personnel files, and other material; Sunset files; Publication development files; Plans and planning records; Reports and studies; Proposed legislation; Administrative correspondence; Business Development general files; Corporate Expansion and Recruitment project files; Finance Program files; International marketing project files; Economic Development Bank files; Enterprise Zone Program annual reports; Smart Jobs Fund files; Texas Tourism files; Aerospace, Aviation, and Defense files; and Texas Military Preparedness Commission files.

Requests for materials held within the State Archives, whether a Research Request or Public Information Act Request, must be submitted via this form: https://www.tsl.texas.gov/sites/default/files/public/tslac/ref/Texas_State_Archive_Material_Request_Form.pdf. A Research Request is sufficient for requesting most State Archives materials. While a PIA Request is always an option, a PIA Request for State Archives materials is required only if a researcher does not agree to the redaction or removal of restricted government information (see: Texas Gov’t Code Chapter 552).

For further assistance with accessing materials within the State Archives, contact the Reference Desk: archinfo@tsl.texas.gov or 512-463-5455.

Restricted electronic records will not be available through our portal. Please see Archives staff for further information.

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.).

Technical Requirements

Researchers wishing to access videocassettes or audiocassettes must contact State Archives staff to obtain the necessary equipment.

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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.
Corporate Names:
Texas Military Preparedness Commission.
Texas Tourist Development Agency.
Texas. Department of Commerce.
Texas. Department of Economic Development.
Texas. Office of the Governor.
Texas. Tourism Advisory Committee.
Subjects (Persons):
Perry, Rick, 1950-.
Subjects:
Business relocation--Texas.
Economic development--Texas.
Marketing--Government policy--Texas.
Tourism--Government policy--Texas.
Places:
Texas--Politics and government--1951-
Document Types:
Agendas (administrative records)
Audiocassettes.
Calendars (documents)
Clippings (information artifacts)
Correspondence.
Digital file formats.
Memorandums.
Minutes (administrative records)
Organizational charts.
Photographs.
Presentations (communicative events)
Press releases.
Promotional materials.
Publications (documents)
Reports.
Speeches (documents)
Videocassettes.
Functions:
Promoting commerce in Texas.
Promoting tourism in Texas.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

(Identify the item and cite the series), Texas Governor Rick Perry Economic Development and Tourism Division records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Accession Information

Accession numbers: 2015/067, 2015/117, 2016/170, 2017/047, 2017/113, 2018/018, 2018/030, 2019/015, 2020/042

These 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 thru May 2016; June 9, November 15, and December 9, 2016; March 9 and October 4 and 20, 2017; September 24, 2018; and October 18, 2019. 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.

Processing Information

Processed by Jonathan King, January 2016

Accruals processed, series and subseries added, and overall revisions made by Jonathan King, December 2016

Accruals processed, series and subseries added, and overall revisions made by Caitlin Burhans, December 2019

Accrual added by Caitlin Burhans, January 2020

Other revisions to description and encoding by Caitlin Burhans, May 2020

Other revisions to description and encoding by Caitlin Burhans, February 2021

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Other Finding Aids

Electronic records described in this finding aid are part of the Texas Digital Archive, available online at https://tsl.access.preservica.com/tda/tx-gov-perry/.

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Detailed Description of the Records

Organization charts, 1999-2008,
0.05 cubic ft.

The Economic Development and Tourism Division (EDT) of the Texas Governor's Office under Governor Rick Perry specialized in encouraging in-state business expansion and relocation as well as promoting domestic and international tourism via partnership with local convention and visitors bureaus, chambers of commerce, and private travel-related organizations. Organization charts document the organizational structure of the EDT's predecessor agency the Texas Department of Economic Development (2000-2001), and the Business Development Division of EDT (2008). Records also include a list of Texas Department of Economic Development governing board members from 1999. Dates are 1999-2008.
Arrangement
These records are arranged chronologically.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Organization charts, Texas Governor Rick Perry Economic Development and Tourism Division records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 2017/047
These 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 9, 2016.
Processing Information
Accrual added as a series by Caitlin Burhans, December 2019
Box
2017/047-7 TDED Administrative
TDED Gov. Board Members

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Department of Economic Development Governing Board meeting records, member personnel files, and other material, 1992-1995, 1997-2002,
7.75 cubic ft.

The Economic Development and Tourism Division (EDT) of the Texas Governor's Office under Governor Rick Perry specialized in encouraging in-state business expansion and relocation as well as promoting domestic and international tourism via partnership with local convention and visitors bureaus, chambers of commerce, and private travel-related organizations. Records consist of agendas, minutes, submission forms, visitor registers, clippings, itineraries, reports, audiocassettes, videocassettes, notes, incoming and outgoing correspondence, memorandums, resumes, biographies, invoices, and travel vouchers documenting the meetings and personnel of the Texas Department of Economic Development Governing Board, and its predecessor, the Texas Department of Commerce Policy Board. Both boards were primarily advisory bodies who formulated policy for their respective agencies in concert with an executive director. The subseries Board meeting records consists of materials documenting both the conduct of the board meetings as well and the projects and subject discussed therein dating 1994, 1997-2002. The subseries Department of Commerce Policy Board member personnel files and other material primarily consists of personnel files for board members as well as related material such as financial statements and oaths of office dating 1992-1995.
Organization
These records are organized into two subseries:
Board meeting records, 1994, 1997-2002, 6.75 cubic ft.
Department of Commerce Policy Board member personnel files and other material, 1992-1995, 1 cubic ft.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item and cite the subseries), Department of Economic Development Governing Board meeting records, member personnel files, and other material, Texas Governor Rick Perry Economic Development and Tourism Division records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession numbers: 2015/067, 2016/170, 2017/047
These 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 thru May 2016, and June 9 and December 9, 2016.
Processing Information
Processed by Jonathan King, January 2016
Accrual added as a subseries by Jonathan King, December 2016
Accrual added by Caitlin Burhans, December 2019
Board meeting records, 1994, 1997-2002,
6.75 cubic ft.
The Economic Development and Tourism Division (EDT) of the Texas Governor's Office under Governor Rick Perry specialized in encouraging in-state business expansion and relocation as well as promoting domestic and international tourism via partnership with local convention and visitors bureaus, chambers of commerce, and private travel-related organizations. The records consist of agendas, minutes, submission forms, visitor registers, clippings, itineraries, reports, audiocassettes, videocassettes, notes, incoming and outgoing correspondence, memorandums, and other meeting materials detailing the meetings of the Texas Department of Economic Development (TDED) Governing Board and its predecessor, the Texas Department of Commerce Policy Board. Materials document the attendance and conduct of the meetings themselves, as well as content pertaining to the subjects discussed, such as attracting investment to Texas, local economic development, the state tourism industry, Texas-Mexico border commerce, and 2001-2002 Survey of Organizational Excellence for the TDED. Records date 1994, 1997-2002.
Arrangement
These records are arranged chronologically by date of meeting.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Board meeting records, Department of Economic Development Governing Board meeting records, member personnel files, and other material, Texas Governor Rick Perry Office of Economic Development and Tourism division records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession numbers: 2016/170, 2017/047
These 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 June 9 and December 9, 2016.
Processing Information
Accrual added as a subseries by Jonathan King, December 2016
Accrual added by Caitlin Burhans, December 2019
Box
2016/170-06 Department of Commerce Policy Board meetings:
February 16, 1994
March 9, 1994
April 13, 1994
May 11, 1994
June 8, 1994
August 3, 1994
November 9, 1994
[Includes three audiocassettes recording the meeting.]
Box
2016/170-07 February 12, 1997
May 14, 1997
[Includes four audiocassettes recording the meeting.]
June 9, 1997
August 20, 1997
Department of Economic Development Governing Board meetings:
October 3, 1997
[Includes eight audiocassettes recording the meeting.]
Box
2016/170-08 February 3, 1999
March 2, 1999
[Includes one videocassette of the 1990 Texas Tourism television commercial campaign.]
March 3, 1999
April 7, 1999
May 5, 1999
June 8, 1999
Box
2017/047-7 September 6, 2000
[2 folders]
October 4, 2000
[2 folders]
November 1, 2000
[2 folders]
December 6, 2000
[3 folders]
Box
2016/170-09 January 10, 2001
February 7, 2001
March 7, 2001
April 4, 2001
May 2, 2001
Box
2016/170-10 July 11, 2001
September 12, 2001
October 16, 2001
[2 folders]
[Includes one videocassette of the 2002 Texas Tourism television commercial campaign.]
November 14, 2001
[2 folders]
Box
2016/170-11 January 25, 2002
[Includes one audiocassette recording the meeting.]
February 13, 2002
March 13, 2002
[2 folders]
April 17, 2002
Department of Commerce Policy Board member personnel files and other material, 1992-1995,
1 cubic ft.
The Economic Development and Tourism Division (EDT) of the Texas Governor's Office under Governor Rick Perry specialized in encouraging in-state business expansion and relocation as well as promoting domestic and international tourism via partnership with local convention and visitors bureaus, chambers of commerce, and private travel-related organizations. The records consist of files generated by the Policy Board of the Texas Department of Commerce, a predecessor agency to EDT. The files are primarily personnel files for board members, which often contain resumes, biographies, correspondence, invoices, travel vouchers, and other financial records, dating 1992 to 1995. Also present are folders of unassigned financial statements and board member oaths of office.
Arrangement
These records are arranged alphabetically by last name of board member.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Department of Commerce Policy Board member personnel files and other material, Department of Economic Development Governing Board meeting records, member personnel files, and other material, Texas Governor Rick Perry Office of Economic Development and Tourism division records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 2015/067
These 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 thru May 2016.
Processing Information
Processed by Jonathan King, January 2016
Box
2015/067-3398 Carlile, Ken
Faulconer, Vernon E.
Frost, Tom
Gilmore, Vanessa Diane
Higginbotham-Brooks, Renee
Kahn, Alan
Meadows, Patricia B.
Reasoner, Macey H.
Verduzco, Jorge
Williams, Don
Financial statements - Old
Oath of office - Old

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Sunset files, 1999-2003,
1.45 cubic ft.

The Economic Development and Tourism Division (EDT) of the Texas Governor's Office under Governor Rick Perry specialized in encouraging in-state business expansion and relocation as well as promoting domestic and international tourism via partnership with local convention and visitors bureaus, chambers of commerce, and private travel-related organizations. The Texas Sunset Advisory Commission reviews state agencies subject to the Texas Sunset Act to determine if the agencies are providing necessary services in an effective manner, and if the agencies or functions should be continued, abolished, or modified. Records document the Texas Department of Economic Development, a predecessor agency, gathering information to comply with the Sunset review process, and include correspondence, memorandums, working papers, reports, and other reference material. Dates are 1999-2003.
Arrangement
These records are arranged in the order received.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Sunset files, Texas Governor Rick Perry Office of Economic Development and Tourism division records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession numbers: 2017/047, 2018/030
These 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 9, 2016 and October 20, 2017.
Processing Information
Accrual added as a series by Caitlin Burhans, December 2019
Box
2017/047-7 Sunset Bill
Sunset Report, 1999
Sunset Report
Sunset - SER, 1999
Sunset - SER, 2001
[Empty folder.]
2 Meeting sunset 2002/RDH
Correspondence from Judge Moseley to: Mr. Joey Longley, Sunset Advisory Commission
Sunset, 2002
Other
Box
2018/030-2 Sunset Info '99-'01, 1999-2001
[3 folders]
[Removed from original binder. Binder compiled by Michael West, strategic planning director.]
Sunset Advisory Commission Observation Data and Handouts
Estimated Smart Jobs Funds Available and Sunset Update for J. Jones, February 6, 2003
Material for Jennifer J. (Sunset) Tourism Advert. and Placement
Unfoldered Sunset material
Response to Sunset Commission, December 13, 2002
Unfoldered Sunset material,
[2 folders]
[Includes one floppy disk.]
Sunset Review - Response
TDED Sunset Review, 2002
[1 wallet]
Box
2018/030-4 Self Evaluation Report, August 2001
FAQ $5M FY03
Market Research
Sunset Clips
Mean Sunset Articles, 2003
Articles FY04, 2003-2004
Media Clips FY03, 2002-2003
M&C Policies & some procedures
Legislative
Meeting Auditors, February 27, 2003
State Auditor
Legislative Budget Board
House Approp., 2003
Legislative Testimony Guide
Testimony, December 9, 2003
Reps Emails Senate Committee, 2003
House Approp. Testimony & Master, February 19, 2003
Corporate Expansion & Recruitment Six Month Priority Projects
[Marked confidential.]
Sunset Legislation
Sunset, 2002
Sunset Testimony, December 10, 2002
Sunset Questions, December 2002
House Econ. Dev. Testimony & Master, February 19, 2003
Sunset June of 2000 Report
House EDC Hearing, September 2002
House Economic Development Committee, August 27, 2002
SB 275

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Publication development files, 2000-2005,
0.4 cubic ft.

The Economic Development and Tourism Division (EDT) of the Texas Governor's Office under Governor Rick Perry specialized in encouraging in-state business expansion and relocation as well as promoting domestic and international tourism via partnership with local convention and visitors bureaus, chambers of commerce, and private travel-related organizations. Records document the publication of information intended to foster business relations and tourism in Texas with a focus on international business and import/export, and include publications of the Texas Department of Economic Development's Economic Information Clearinghouse Division and Office of International Business, and EDT's State of Texas North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Office and State of Texas Mexico Office. Records include publications, memorandums, working papers, and correspondence, dating 2000-2005.
Arrangement
These records are arranged in the order received.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Publication development files, Texas Governor Rick Perry Office of Economic Development and Tourism division records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 2017/047
These 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 9, 2016.
Processing Information
Accrual added as a series by Caitlin Burhans, December 2019
Box
2017/047-5 How to Export/Import, November 2000
Export Intermediaries, April 1999
The North American Free Trade Agreement Resource Packet
Joint Publication
Texas Facts
Doing Business in Mexico
Mexico City Office Info, June 13, 2003
An Overview of Economic Relations Between Pakistan and Texas, May 8, 2001
Texas Subsidiaries of Companies in Mexico, October 20, 2000
Office of International Business Information for Presentations
Mexico Web
Website
Website update - International Business and Recruitment Program
Foreign Trade Zone Information and Texas Foreign Trade Zones, February 15, 2005
ExporTexas
Newsletter for TradeRoots - US Chamber Document
OIB Database
TradeRoots
Texas Economic Development Office of International Business

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Plans and planning records, 2001-2005, 2013-2014,
0.2 cubic ft.

The Economic Development and Tourism Division (EDT) of the Texas Governor's Office under Governor Rick Perry specialized in encouraging in-state business expansion and relocation as well as promoting domestic and international tourism via partnership with local convention and visitors bureaus, chambers of commerce, and private travel-related organizations. Plans and planning records are strategic plans, action plans, and marketing plans created by EDT and its predecessor agency, the Texas Department of Economic Development, as well as documentation of the creation of some of these plans. Records include proposed and finalized plans, working papers, and notes, dating 2001-2005, 2013-2014.
Arrangement
These records are arranged in the order received.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Plans and planning records, Texas Governor Rick Perry Office of Economic Development and Tourism division records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession numbers: 2017/047, 2018/030
These 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 9, 2016 and October 20, 2017.
Processing Information
Accrual added as a series by Caitlin Burhans, December 2019
Box
2017/047-7 FY05 International Strategic Plan
International Business & Recruitment Action Plan FY 2005
State of Texas NAFTA Office - Mexico Action Plan FY 2014
Texas-Mexico Commerce and International Relations Coordinated Plan, August 31, 2002
Box
2018/030-4 Market Reports
Strategic Plan 2001-2005
Strategic Plan 2003-2007
New Strategic Plan Marketing
Read Poland Plan
Strategic Plan FY03
Benchmark Questions Strategic Plan
Updated Action Plan FY02
Texas-Mexico Commerce and International Relations Coordinated Plan, August 31, 2002
Tourism Strategic Marketing Plan, 2003

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Reports and studies, 1998-2002,
0.25 cubic ft.

The Economic Development and Tourism Division (EDT) of the Texas Governor's Office under Governor Rick Perry specialized in encouraging in-state business expansion and relocation as well as promoting domestic and international tourism via partnership with local convention and visitors bureaus, chambers of commerce, and private travel-related organizations. Records are reports and studies authored by and collected by EDT's predecessor agency, the Texas Department of Economic Development, and include reports, press releases, correspondence, working papers, and newspaper articles dating 1998-2002.
Arrangement
These records are arranged in the order received.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Reports and studies, Texas Governor Rick Perry Office of Economic Development and Tourism division records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession numbers: 2017/047, 2018/030
These 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 9, 2016 and October 20, 2017.
Processing Information
Accrual added as a series by Caitlin Burhans, December 2019
Box
2018/030-4 SB 326 - Misc. Reports
[Contains reports related to commerce along the Texas-Mexico border, including a report by the Texas-Mexico Commerce and International Relations Initiative Unit, of which EDT was a member agency.]
Enterprise Zone Program 2002 Annual Report, 2002
Texas Department of Economic Development Governing Board Annual Report, February 2001
Capital Access Program 2002 Annual Report, 2002
Newspaper articles, South Padre Causeway
DCI survey
Box
2017/047-5 HB 3452
[Contains 77th Legislative Session Overview and Executive Summary report along with correspondence containing mostly articles and press releases regarding Sunset Process, Smart Jobs (HB 3452), and copies of HB 3452.]

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Proposed legislation, 1990-2003,
1 cubic ft.

The Economic Development and Tourism Division (EDT) of the Texas Governor's Office under Governor Rick Perry specialized in encouraging in-state business expansion and relocation as well as promoting domestic and international tourism via partnership with local convention and visitors bureaus, chambers of commerce, and private travel-related organizations. Records document proposed legislation impacting the functions of EDT's predecessor agency, the Texas Department of Economic Development, from the 72nd through 78th Texas legislative sessions, and date 1990-2003.
Arrangement
These records are arranged chronologically by legislative session.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Proposed legislation, Texas Governor Rick Perry Office of Economic Development and Tourism division records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 2017/047
These 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 9, 2016.
Processing Information
Accrual added as a series by Caitlin Burhans, December 2019
Box
2017/047-1 72nd Legislative Session
73rd Legislative Session
74th Legislative Session,
[2 folders]
75th Legislative Session,
[2 folders]
76th Legislative Session,
[2 folders]
77th Legislative Session,
[2 folders]
78th Legislative Session

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Administrative correspondence, 2003-2005,
0.05 cubic ft.

The Economic Development and Tourism Division (EDT) of the Texas Governor's Office under Governor Rick Perry specialized in encouraging in-state business expansion and relocation as well as promoting domestic and international tourism via partnership with local convention and visitors bureaus, chambers of commerce, and private travel-related organizations. Records are administrative correspondence of Jeff Moseley, EDT executive director, regarding opportunities for international trade. Records date 2003-2005.
Arrangement
These records are arranged in the order received.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Administrative correspondence, Texas Governor Rick Perry Economic Development and Tourism Division records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 2017/047
These 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 9, 2016.
Processing Information
Accrual added as a series by Caitlin Burhans, December 2019
Box
2017/047-5 Correspondence (1-7-03), Request for International Office in China - Letter to Eric Crowley, January 7, 2003
Letter re: export opportunities in the Canadian Market
Proposal for a Texas State Rep office in Taipei, Taiwan
JM reply to Greater China Rep office by Steve Ling

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Business Development general files, 1998-2014,
1.12 GB
(986 files)

The Economic Development and Tourism Division (EDT) of the Texas Governor's Office under Governor Rick Perry specialized in encouraging in-state business expansion and relocation, as well as promoting domestic and international tourism via partnership with local convention and visitors bureaus, chambers of commerce, and private travel-related organizations. Records consist of electronic files generated by Business Development, a subdivision of EDT, dating 1998-2014. The principal role of Business Development is providing assistance to companies interested in expansion or relocation opportunities in Texas, as well as promoting the state's propitious climate for businesses. Types of records include incoming and outgoing correspondence, memorandums, reports, presentations, speeches, spreadsheets, press releases, strategic plans, promotional materials, calendars, guides, and digital photograph files.
Formats of the original electronic files include word processing or plain text files (.doc, .docx, .wpd, .txt, .rtf), spreadsheets (.xls., xlsx), photographs and graphic images (.jpg, .tif, .gif), databases (.mdb), emails, PDFs, and slide presentations (.ppt). 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.
Arrangement
These records are arranged alphabetically by subject.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Business Development general files, Texas Governor Rick Perry Economic Development and Tourism Division records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 2015/117
These 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.
Processing Information
Processed by Jonathan King, January 2016
Other Finding Aids
Electronic records described in this finding aid are part of the Texas Digital Archive, available online at https://tsl.access.preservica.com/tda/tx-gov-perry/.
Texas-Digital-Archive
E2015/117 Domestic Expansion and Recruitment, 2001
[21.5 KB]
[(1 file)]
Drives, 2001-2014
[1.36 MB]
[(26 files)]
Presentations, 2006-2014
[833 MB]
[(124 files)]
Projects, 2001
[109 KB]
[(3 files)]
Records Retention, 2001-2010
[125 MB]
[(370 files)]
Tuition incentive letters, 2004-2009
[14.4 MB]
[(53 files)]
International
Agency rules, policies and procedures, Working Files, 2007
[277 KB]
[(1 file)]
NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement) Office, 2009
[271 KB]
[(1 file)]
Plans and planning records, 1998-2005
[21.2 MB]
[(102 files)]
Reports and Studies (Non-fiscal), 1998-2009
[7.36 MB]
[(115 files)]
Speeches, 2004-2014
[506 KB]
[(9 files)]
Legislative Budget Board, 2002-2006
[64.9 KB]
[(2 files)]
Marketing
Marketing plans, 2006-2011
[10.3 MB]
[(40 files)]
Organizational charts, 2014
[538 KB]
[(3 files)]
Research
Disposition documents, 2003-2014
[72.4 MB]
[(114 files)]
Electric Reliability Council of Texas workshop 2014, 2013-2014
[3.98 MB]
[(2 files)]
Requests, 2013
[16 MB]
[(4 files)]
Research publications, 2009
[14.1 MB]
[(6 files)]
Texas Enterprise Fund Projects
Press information, 2007-2008
[1.73 MB]
[(10 files)]

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Corporate Expansion and Recruitment project files, 1989-2009,
59.25 cubic ft.

The Economic Development and Tourism Division (EDT) of the Texas Governor's Office under Governor Rick Perry specialized in encouraging in-state business expansion and relocation as well as promoting domestic and international tourism via partnership with local convention and visitors bureaus, chambers of commerce, and private travel-related organizations. The records consist of files generated by Corporate Expansion and Recruitment (CER), a subsidiary office of Business Development, in the process of negotiating with a series of companies, dating 1989 to 2009. Types of records include incoming and outgoing correspondence, memorandums, reports, presentations, press releases, and promotional materials. Organizations represented in the records include the Boeing Aerospace Company, McDonnell Douglas Aerospace, the Ret-Ser Engineering Agency, Wal-Mart, and the Toyota Group.
The negotiations fall broadly into two categories: negotiating the establishment of new headquarters or facilities in Texas and the expansion of facilities already set up in the state. In many instances, the identity of the company was kept from CER, presumably in order to prevent the negotiations from becoming public knowledge. CER representatives were then provided with a broad set of characteristics about the company, as well as the facility it was interested in establishing. The files generally contain a company profile, some information on prospective facilities, a timeline of CER contact with the company or their representative, and copies of pertinent correspondence between CER, the company, or a local government interested in hosting the facility. There is also a box of index-sized prospect cards, which contain basic company information, contacts, and dates as well as if and where the company chose to locate its facilities in Texas.
Arrangement
Exact organization and file naming conventions varied throughout the file-keeping period. However, all records are arranged chronologically by fiscal year then alphabetically by company name or EDT-assigned project name. Also present are smaller sections of records concerning non-company subjects and materials in large binders, which are also arranged alphabetically by company or file name.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Corporate Expansion and Recruitment project files, Texas Governor Rick Perry Economic Development and Tourism Division records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession numbers: 2015/067, 2018/018, 2018/030, 2019/015, 2020/042
These 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 thru May 2016; November 15, 2016; October 4 and October 20, 2017; September 24, 2019; and October 18, 2019.
Processing Information
Processed by Jonathan King, January 2016
Accrual added by Jonathan King, December 2016
Accruals added by Caitlin Burhans, December 2019
Accrual added by Caitlin Burhans, January 2020
FY 1990, Company files
Box
2015/067-3065a Advanced Technical Materials (9007254)
Aero Flight Inc. (9111011)
Aero-Strip (9110004)
Agency for Instructional Technology
Agri-Control
AIRCO (9101062)
AKZO Chemicals
Alcoa Electronic Packaging (9009014)
Alderman-Cave Milling and Grain Company (9003151)
Allergan
Alliance Pharmaceutical Corporation (9412029)
Allison Industries (9106122)
American Agricultural Industries Inc.
American Airlines Maintenance Academy (9106120)
American Biogenetic Sciences Inc. (9412009)
American Car Foundries
American Iron Carbide Company (9001102)
American Precision Metalworks (9011037)
American Transtech (9212020),
[2 folders]
American Precision Metalworks (9011037)
AMF (9004176)
Amfuel (9103086)
Amoco Foam Products (9102078)
Amscan Inc. (8805207)
Amtek Corporation
Andrew Corporation (9005186)
Applied Ecological Systems (9004175)
Applied Engineering Company (9008281)
Applied Materials (9005198)
Arco Alaska Inc. (9109142)
Argosy Industries Inc. (9005196)
Arthur Anderson (9002124)
[Consultant searching for prospective aerospace manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Arthur D. Little (9012054)
Asahi Glass America (9106123)
Associated Milk Producers Inc. (9005193)
Atchinson, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad (9207038)
Atkins International Consultants (9111013)
[Consultant searching for prospective toy manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Atlas Corporation (9204025)
Atmel (9304052)
Austin Company (9208044)
Avtek Inc. (9110003)
Azco
Box
2015/067-3066 B&G Manufacturing Co. (9004171)
Bace Industries (8909009)
The Balmer Studios Inc. (9003158)
Bar-S Food (9103094)
Baxter Prescription Service (9005184)
Belly Button Diapers (9101059)
Berne/Monroe Group (9004172)
Betlar Inc. (9108131)
Better Company (9002134)
Big Sky Country Apparel (9002115)
Bioproperties Inc. (9302036)
Bizerba (9104105)
Blue Marlin Specialty Tools (9003140)
Boarshead Provisions (9208045)
Bollman Hat Corporation
Bonaventure Fabrics (9003136)
Bonnie Stewart Shoes (9004167)
Booth Inc. (9209004)
Bosgraaf Sales Company (9007250)
Bowman Hat Company
Brandella (9010020)
Breasy Medical Equipment Limited (9002127)
Bridgestone (9101066)
Brio (9102074)
Bulletproofing Inc. (9104101)
Peter Buss
C/S Group
Cambridge Tool (9010026)
Campbell's Soup
Campbell's Soup, Texas Division
Canartic Refrigeration (9001091)
Capital Group Inc. (9003150)
Cardolite (9008263)
Carlson Dairy Project (9006224)
Carter & Associates (9005203)
[Consultant searching for prospective telemarketing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Caterpillar (9008356)
Cathay Industries (9008274)
Centerline (9101064)
Chem Systems (9103098)
Chi Mei Industrial (9102080),
[2 folders]
The Chicago Group (9005220)
[Consultant searching for prospective electronics manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Clean Fueling Tech (9204024)
Clear Lake Area Economic Development Foundation (Project Flippen, 9009010)
[Consultant searching for prospective light manufacturing facility on behalf of unknown company.]
CMSI (9004182)
Coast Converters Inc. (9005197)
Box
2015/067-3067 Coldwell Banker Project (9012052)
Comda Enterprises (9002131)
Commercial Metals
Computer Market Research (9008267)
Com-Site International (9002120)
Construction Specialties Inc. (9002122)
Continental Airlines (9005199)
Cooper Industries (9003141)
Corbin Willetts Inc. (9210010)
Corporate Travel Services
Countrywide Mortgage Investments (9305063)
Coventry Climax Marine (9307089)
Cressy & Everett (9011044)
[Consultant searching for prospective acrylic sheet manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
CSP Associates (9006227)
[Consultant searching for prospective satellite manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Cushman & Wakefield (9006242)
[Consultant searching for prospective distribution facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Cybernet (9101061)
Da Rue (9005210)
Dae Bul International Trading Company
Dallas Partnership (Project Turbo, 9002116)
[Consultant searching for prospective engine manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Dare Foods Limited (9107127)
Data Entry Company (9008282)
Davidson's (9006241)
DBK Inc. (9203018)
Deepwater Inc. (9011036)
Defense Finance and Accounting Services (9301034),
[2 folders]
Digital Equipment Corporation
Diplomatic Resolutions Inc. (9211018)
Dixie Metals (9101067)
DKR Motor Car Corporation
Domino Foam (9003159)
Don L. Beck & Associates
[Consultant searching for prospective electronics manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Don Neighbors (9302039)
[Consultant searching for prospective pine turpentine processing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Box
2015/067-3068 Donprint (9302038)
Douq Inc. (9005216)
Dour Metal S.A. (9107125)
Dual Voltage Inc. (9003160)
Dumarco
Dynasty Wood Products (9212030)
Eastern Technologies (9306067)
Ed's West - Presidio (9007255)
Edwards High Vacuum (9003004),
[7 folders]
Ehrlichmann Energy Corporation (9008258)
Elixir (9005219)
Elkhardt Products (9104103)
Elsinore (9103096)
Emergi-Dat (9005207)
Employee Relations Management Services (9111014)
[Consultant searching for prospective claims processing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Engr Visions (Envisions) (9208047)
Eni Chem
Environmotive (9303042)
Enviro-Science (9003143)
Equilab (9104107)
E-Systems (9210007)
Ethyl Corp. (Project Slip Stream, 9007252)
Ethyl Corp. (9207041)
Eurostar
Ezfil/Wastemobile (9004179)
Box
2015/067-3069 Fath & Jerve Research & Development
Farrel Corporation (9003157)
FC&S
[Consultant searching for prospective manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Federal Express (8806216)
Federal Express (9111010)
Federal Express Corporation (9306073)
Federal Paperboard Company (9008261)
FELA (9006223)
FHP Inc. (9306072)
Fibreboard Technologies Corporation (9005212)
Filmore Company (9002113)
Firebree Enterprise Corporation (9002123)
Fluor Daniel Bio-Medicine (9101058)
Fluid Handling Components (9211012)
Food Lion Inc. (9005190)
Formica Plastics
Formosa Plastics,
[8 folders]
Fortune 200 (Project Sormaz, 9401023)
Fosdick Corporation (9011049)
Judy Southard Franco (Project Optical, 9008270)
[Consultant searching for prospective eye lens manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
FSP Machinery Company (9008259)
FSP Machinery Company (9010018)
Furon (9001988)
G.E. Lighting (9005188)
G.G. Gagarin (9006229)
Galt Controls (9006246)
Garibaldi Group (9009012)
[Consultant searching for prospective light industrial facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Gas Force USA (9011043)
General Dynamics (9009006)
Genzyme Corporation (9100029)
Glamour Sportswear Corporation
Global Octanes Corporation (9204022)
Golden Knitting (9108134)
Golden West Financial Corporation (Project 800, 9206029)
Gould Publications (9009013)
Graden Engineering (9006226)
Graham Industrial (Project 1012, 9305065)
Green Tweed & Company (9004164)
Jack Greene
Greyhound Corporation (9001112)
Grumman (9102069)
Gunderson Inc. (9207035)
Box
2015/067-3070 Haley & Aldridge (9010028)
Hall Medical Lab (9007248)
Hamilton Tool Company (9011062)
Hamilton-Avenet (9306079)
Hammer's Plastic Recycling Corp. (9003147)
Hampton Lumber Company
Hampton/Willamina Lumber
Handmade Bow Company (9109002),
[2 folders]
Handy Products Inc. (9002135)
Hevi-Duty Electric (9005215)
Hibass Photomac Limited (9003146)
HKI Inc. (9010023)
Hoechst Celanese (9307085)
Hughes Aircraft (9001104)
City of Hughes Springs
Hercules (9207036)
Huron Plastics Group (9010025)
Hutchinson Technology (9101063)
Hyundai Electronics America (9207037)
ICF Consulting/Kaiser Engineers
Impact Packaging (9001108)
Impulse Designs (9005202)
Indigo Industries (9106121)
Industrial Design Corporation (9008268)
Industrial Design Corporation (Project 820, 9307994)
Industrial Tires Limited (9306076)
Industrial Warehouse Services (9107129)
Information Services (9005205)
Insul Company Inc.
Interface Computer GMBH (9102082)
International Permalite (9012056)
International Realty Group (9003156)
[Consultant searching for prospective apparel manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Interstate Chemical Inc. (9204023)
Ion Implant Services (9010022)
Isotrol Systems (9001111)
ITNT Inc. (9001092)
ITT Aerospace (9111012)
J&L Industries (9004180)
J.D. Bender and Associates (9305061)
[Consultant searching for very large prospective building on behalf of unnamed company.]
James Trainer & Associates (9306081)
[Consultant searching for prospective biotechnology facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Jerlo & Associates (9008257)
[Consultant searching for prospective sheet metal manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Jin You Industries Company
Jindal/Saw Pipes, Limited (9208042)
John Morrell & Company
Jones Plastic & Engineering
Jostens (9101065)
Kaz Inc. (9306083)
Kellogg's (9210008)
Kelly, Olsen, Gerard Inc. (9306068)
[Consultant searching for prospective biotechnology facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Kelpie Industries (9001109)
[Folders 1-2 of 3.]
Box
2015/067-3071 Kelpie Industries (9001109)
[Folder 3 of 3.]
Kenetech/U.S. Windpower
Kimmel & Frederichs Inc. (9006222)
[Consultant searching for prospective food processing plant on behalf of unnamed company.]
Kimmon Manufacturing Company (9002119)
King Image Industry (9212032)
Klaus Union (9003145)
Kuang Ta Feed Company (9011046)
La France (9005214)
La Rose Industries (9402006)
Laboratory Tops Inc. (9005191)
Lamkin Corporation (Project Slicer, 9212022)
LAYCO Inc. (9004173)
LDI Industries (9001094)
Lee Consultants (Project Lee)
[Consultant searching for prospective light manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Lego Systems Inc.
Lenco Supply (9001110)
LICO Machinery Company Limited (9004181)
Linear Technologies (9212025)
Liquid Carbonics
Llevelland (9011032)
The Lobman Company (9007251)
Lockheed (9305059)
Lockwood Greene (Project Victor)
[Consultant searching for prospective metalworking facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Lopresti Piper Aircraft (9004163)
Lotus Development
Louisiana Pacific Weatherguard (9106113)
Lucas Applied Technology (9011050)
Lutron Industries (9008278)
M.W. Kellogg Company
Magnesium Kelktron Inc. (9002117)
Malutish Management Company (9103095)
Manufacturing Financial (9005194)
Martin Aircraft Tool (9011035)
Martin Marietta (9106114)
Marui Kogyo (9006237)
McDermott International (9006236)
McDonnell Douglas MD-12X Project (9103089)
MDA (9010017)
[Consultant searching for prospective high-tech research and development facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Medco (9306066)
Medical Computer Services (9011048)
Medical Transport Systems Corporation
Box
2015/067-3072 Medtronic Electronics (9001095)
Menasco Aerosystems (9301033)
Merrill Lynch (Project Fortune 100)
Merrill Lynch (Project Fortune 500)
Mesirow Realty Brokerage Inc. (Project MRB)
[Consultant searching for prospective light manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Meta Corporation (9010020)
Meta Laser Technologies Inc.
Metrics Systems Corporation (9010030)
Mextoy Industrial (9008272)
MGI Systems (9010019)
Michael Allan Designs (9011052)
Michelangelo Gourmet Foods
Microelectronics & Computer Technology Corporation
Microguard (9003149)
Micrometals (9006225)
Mid-America Dairyman (9210006)
Midus Optical
Henry S. Miller (9011040)
Miller Fluid Power (9001103)
Miller's Precision Enterprises (9306070)
Mitac International
Mobil Corporation (9005192)
Moller International
Monolithic Constructors (9005187)
Moore Corporation Ltd. (Project Sormaz)
Moran, Stahl & Boyer (9001096)
[Consultant searching for prospective data center and banking operations facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Moran, Stahl & Boyer (9103089)
[Consultant searching for prospective data center and banking operations facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Moran, Stahl, & Boyer (Project Fence)
[Consultant searching for prospective telesales/marketing facility on behalf of unknown corporation.]
MPR Services Inc.
J.M. Mullis (9012065)
[Consultant searching for prospective auto parts assembly and distribution plant on behalf of unnamed company.]
J.M. Mullis (9009001)
[Consultant searching for prospective paper manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Muscle Tech (9003139)
Mustad Resources (9305060)
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
National Compressor Corporation (9009003)
National Computer Systems (9307086)
National Westminster Bank (9206031)
Nesbitt Industries (9004166)
Netafim Irrigation Inc. (9011041)
New America (9102077)
Nissen & Polic (9012051)
North American Crumb Inc. (9012057)
Nu-Bore (9003148)
Nymark, Peterson & Company (Project 500, 9307093)
[Consultant searching for prospective computer assembly facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Box
2015/067-3073 Olympic Steel Southern (8806222)
Ontario Inc. (9001099)
Oxychem (9107130)
Oxyfuel Corporation (9302040)
P.A.G. Associates
[Consultant searching for prospective manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Project Pag, (9211019)
Paragon (909101)
Parker Fertilizer (9107126)
Parpak Limited (9009015)
Pastariso
Peanut Processors Inc. (9006244)
Pentalift
Perfection Heat Treating
Pet Health Care Systems (9306075)
Petrology Limited (9001100)
PHH Fantus (Project MOP191, 9005211)
[Consultant searching for prospective heavy industry facility on behalf of an unnamed company.]
PHH Fantus (Project Oil Can, 9002133)
[Consultant searching for prospective hydrocarbon facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
PHH Fantus (9004169)
[Consultant searching for prospective confectionery facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
PHH Fantus (9011045)
[Consultant searching for prospective electronics facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
PHH Fantus (Project 1051, 9306077)
[Consultant searching for prospective light industrial facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Photon (9011043)
Planned Ecological Systems (9002114)
Polestar (9012055)
Polymer Resource Group (9108138)
Polymetrics Inc. (9006235)
Polypak America Inc. (9005195)
Precision Lumber (9011055)
Price Waterhouse (9008264)
[Consultant searching for prospective non-profit headquarters facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Prudential Home Mortgage (9212026)
Pyronix Limited (9001101)
Pyrotech
Ray Net Corporation (9005208)
Reclaimers Inc. (9305057)
Redmon (9002126)
Reedrill (9211017)
Reese Wilson & Associates (Project Firebird)
[Consultant searching for prospective manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Remington Apparel Company (9208043)
Remo Inc. (9006239)
Ret-Ser Engineering (9008273),
[7 folders]
Re-Vita Inc. (9004170)
Reynolds Polymer Technology Inc.
Rickenbaker International (9011039)
RMB Products (9010021)
RMCR Data (9001098)
Box
2015/067-3074 Roadmaster (9011047)
Rockwell International (9010029)
Rohr Industries Inc. (9005206)
Rohr Industries Inc. (Project Firebird, 8904132),
[2 folders]
Rohr Industries Inc. (Project Vulcan, 9104100),
[4 folders]
Rubbermaid (9104099)
Rubloff R/E (9009016)
[Consultant searching for prospective warehouse on behalf of unnamed company.]
Russell Stover Candies (9212031)
Sansyu Corporation (9008280)
Sara Lee Knit Products (9001108)
Sears Travel Network (9001090)
Selmers Automation
Sematech
Seville Flexpack
Shannon Properties (9108139)
[Consultant searching for prospective trucking facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Shaw Industries (9001989)
Shawmut Mills
Shell Oil Company (9212029)
Sidewater (9012053)
Siemens Energy (9103092)
Sitel (9005218)
SMC Corporation (9006234)
Smith Systems Furniture,
[2 folders]
Smith, Brown & Jones (Project Juice, 9003153)
SMS Inc. (Project Apparel, 9003142)
SMS Inc. (9102081)
Soaring Eagle (9110009)
Societe Noubelle d'Affinage des Metaux
Softbridge Group (9010027)
Solar Web Inc. (9107124)
Box
2015/067-3075 Sonatest (9009008)
Soonfan Enterprise Company (9008279)
South Texas Can (9102073)
Southard Electronics (9102068)
Southern Coke & Chemical (9001097)
Southern Electric (9105112)
Southwest Veco Inc. (9011038)
Southwestern Bell (2 folders)
Southwestern Bell Messaging Services, Inc.
Space Station, Clear Lake
Spacemaster (9106117)
Specialty Packaging (9103097)
Specialty Plastics & Magnets (9006228)
Spectra (9007247)
Spice Islands (91050110),
[2 folders]
Spraylat Company (9207040)
Spring Bank Trading (9103093)
SRS (9104108)
Steel of West Virginia (9006221)
Stericycle
Stewart & Stevenson (9006240)
Stratagene (9106118)
SU Company (9003152)
Su Pin Enterprise (9008275)
Sun Microsystems (9008269)
Sunstrand Aviation (9006238)
Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage
Superconducting Super Collider
Sverdrup Food Ingredient Manufacturing (9105113)
Swallow Inc. (9004178)
Swearingen Aircraft Corporation
Swindler & Berlin (Project Hartford, 9001105)
[Consultant searching for prospective water filter manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Ta Chiao Brothers Yacht Co., Ltd. (9005213)
Ta Hsin
Ta Shin (9008276)
Ta Ta Industrial Co. Limited (9102083)
Tadpole Technology (9007253)
TCT (9108140)
Technophone Limited (9108135)
Techtrol Inc. (9108133)
Tecni-Quip Inc.
Terry Haines (9005189)
Test-Rite International Company, Limited (9103088)
Texaco (9212028)
Texas AMC
Texas Dairy Project
Texas Defense Council
Texas Foundry (9011056)
Texas Microelectronics Inc. (9008260)
Textron Lighting (9009007)
Box
2015/067-3076 Thai-Ho Cosmetics (9008271)
Thermoplastic Processes Inc. (9008262)
Thirstop Industries (9009016)
Thomas Nelson Publishing
Thompson International (9002130)
Thorpe Brothers Inc. (9212021)
Tranbon Electronic Industrial Co. (9102070)
Trane Corporation (91010031)
Trans America Insurance Group (9303047)
Trectal Group Inc. (9006243)
[Consultant searching for prospective aircraft maintenance facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Trimax
Trinity Industries (9305062)
Troy Manufacturing (9108136)
TRW Information Systems and Services (9206034)
Tubed Products Inc.
Tultex Apparel (9101060)
Twin Model (9005185)
Two Rivers International
U.S. Display (9309102)
U.S. Motorized Vehicle Corp. (9003144)
U.S. Wind Power (9005209)
United Airlines (9001093),
[5 folders]
United Parcel Service (9102071)
United Reclamation (9011034)
United Technologies Corp. (9004174)
United Technologies Corp. (9006231)
Universal Foods Corporation (9209002)
Valley Forge Investment (9006245)
Valve Medic (9210005)
Vaporcool (9104104)
Vibrandt Technologies (9102079)
Box
2015/067-3077 Video Associate Labs (9002125)
Vienna Beef (9003136)
W.P. Enterprise (9008277)
Wabco
Roger Wagner (9010024)
Wal-Mart (8605155)
Wats Marketing Group (Project Tel, 9002132)
[Consultant searching for prospective communications facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Wayne Austin Poultry Processing (9105113)
Westinghouse
Westinghouse (9009002)
Wheatland Tube Company (9003155)
Whitehall Motor Company (9303048)
Wilson & Associates (9007249)
[Consultant searching for prospective headquarters facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Wilson Technologies Inc. (9307091)
Women's Sports Foundation (9212027)
World Vision (9005200)
Wrangler
Wright Fibers Inc. (9108137)
XGas
Xetel
Yieh United Steel (9004177)
Yung Wang Trading Company, Limited (Project Headgasket, 9006230)
Yung Wang Trading Company, Limited (Project Headgasket II)
ZEC Industries (9011044)
Zie-Vac Inc. (9005183)
Zitel Corporation (9206030)
Zollner Corporation
Unknown Company (Project Desert Storm, 9110007)
[Search for prospective robotics facility.]
Unknown Company (Project Horatio Alger, 9110008)
[Search for prospective aerospace training facility.]
Unknown Company(Project Hula Hula, 9110006)
[Search for prospective aircraft maintenance facility.]
Unknown Company(Project Metalman)
[Search for prospective metal working facility.]
Unknown Company (Project Model T Ford, 9110005)
[Search for prospective aerospace/defense facility.]
FY 1990, Subject files
Box
2015/067-3077 Enterprise Zones
Initial Contact Forms
Miscellaneous Prospects, Projects, and Suspects, 1991-1992
Prospect Correspondence
Prospect Correspondence- Canada office
Prospect Correspondence- Frankfurt office
Prospect Correspondence- Taipei office
Prospect Correspondence- Tokyo office
Prospect listing prior to 1990
Prospect listing, 1994
Suspects
Box
2015/067-3406 Located Prospect Cards
FY 1990, Oversize binders
Box
2015/067-3078 Hughes Training
McDonnell Douglas (Proposal to Moran, Stahl, & Boyer)
McDonnell Douglas (MD-12X Manufacturing Facility - Incentive Package and Background Report)
McDonnell Douglas (MD-12X Site Request Proposal)
Moran, Stahl, & Boyer (Aerospace Prospect)
Natuzzi
Ret-Ser
Texas City La Marque (Project #1061)
FY 1994, Company files
Box
2015/067-3079 A.T. Kearney
AALFS Manufacturing
Accu Rate
Advanced Agricultural Industries Inc.
Aerotest
Alamo Forest Products
Algonquin Industries
Allstate Texas Lloyd's Insurance Company, Disciplinary
American Business Development Corp.
American Car Foundries
American General Aircraft
American Transtech
Amoco Engineering (Project China Doll)
Anchor Manufacturing
Andrew Corporation (9412042)
Applied Machine-Tool Technology Inc.
Applied Materials
Applied Powder Technologies Inc.
ARATEX Services
Argon Medical Inc.
Aristech Chemical Corp.
Arledge/Power Real Estate Group
[Consultant searching for prospective consumer service center on behalf of unnamed company.]
AT&T
Atlas Warehouse and Cold Storage (9412039)
Avis
Bace Manufacturing
Ballard Group (Project Mustang formerly Project Eagle, 9410011)
Ken Beames (9409036)
Bio Separations
Biopro-Fluor Daniel (9412038)
Bradbury Co.
C.E.C. Inc.
C.R.S. Co.
Carera Corporation
Carsonite International Inc.
Carter's
Cashmere America
Cellular One
Champion
Box
2015/067-3080 Chrysler Technologies
Citizens Technologies
Clayton Homes
Cleveland Cliffs
Coca-Cola
Cross Country Group (9412036)
Cushman & Wakefield (Project 1001)
[Consultant searching for prospective heavy manufacturing/oil industry facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
D&S Plastics International
Day & Zimmerman
[Consultant searching for prospective textile fabrication facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Diablo Scientific Lab
Dixie Plywood (9409005)
Douglas Aircraft Corporation
Dura-Lite Heat Transfer Products (9401021)
Dust Free Inc.
Dynamic Business Systems (9412043)
E-Systems
Economy Color Card Co.
Eidetics (9402010)
Enviro Log Inc.
Environmental Reclamation
Express Equipment
Exxon Chemical
First Data Corporation
Fisher & Phillips
[Consultant searching for prospective food processing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Food Plant Engineering
Food Technology Inc.
Friskies
Fruit-of-the-Loom
G.C. Thorsen Company (Project Metal Tools, 9409001)
[Consultant searching for prospective tool manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
GTG Chemical Inc.
Garments to Go
Gaylord Container
General Sonics
Georgia-Pacific Corporation (9412047)
Greenman Technologies Inc.
Gulf Chemical & Metallurgical Corp.
Hamilton Aerospace
Hamilton Standard
Hayden Inc.
Hellmann International (9402001)
Box
2015/067-3081 Horizon Battery Technical Inc. (9409013)
Hughes Aircraft Co. (9005204)
Huntington/Pacific Ceramics
IMS Connectors
ITRA
Inafrika (9401019)
Indocn (9401011)
Interconnection Technology Research Institute
International Component Corp. (Project Charger, 9411014)
International Paper
International Science Center (9409027)
Iowa International
Jacobs Sirrine
[Consultant searching for prospective electronics manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Johnson Controls
Juanita's Foods
Chris Kinum
[Consultant searching for prospective plastic item manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Kraft General Foods (9401024)
La Junta (9411008)
La Salle Partners
[Consultant searching for prospective truck trailer manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Lavalco Industries
Lend-Lease Trucks Inc.
Lockwood Green (Project Rampart, 9402005)
[Consultant searching for prospective animal heath care product manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
MCI Communications
Medtronic Inc. (9410013)
Mesirow Realty Brokerage
[Consultant searching for prospective light manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Metagenics
Micron Rams
Middleware (Project Marshall, 9410016)
Miser Enterprises (Project Paper Boy, 9412041)
Box
2015/067-3082 Mission Foods (9412003)
Mold-Rite Plastics
Monolithic Constructor Inc.
Moore Consultants
[Consultant searching for prospective plastic injection molder facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Moran, Stahl & Boyer (Project Fence)
[Consultant searching for prospective start-up corporate facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Motorola Ceramic Products Co.
J.M. Mullis (Project 1120)
J.M. Mullis (Project 1119)
[Consultant searching for prospective electronics assembly/distribution facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
J.M. Mullis (Project 910)
[Consultant searching for prospective manufacturing/distribution facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Bill Murphy (9402012)
NPM Healthcare Products
National Aeronautics and Space Administration- National Wind Tunnel
National Computer Systems (Project Kitts)
National Cowgirl Hall of Fame (9412035)
National Dynamics Corp.
National Hand Tool (9410009)
National Presto (9411006)
Naylor Publications
Neiman-Marcus
New America Network,
[2 folders]
Norrail Inc. (9402003)
North American Pipe (9412028)
O'Brien Powder Products
Oakwood Homes Corporation (9402008)
Oakwood Homes Corporation (Project Oakwood II, 9402013)
Original Bagbag Co.
Orion Pacific (9412040)
Orpharm Inc.
Overland Technologies
Oxford Commercial (Project Tipps)
[Consultant searching for prospective facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
PHH Fantus (94120001)
[Consultant searching for prospective manufacturing and distribution center on behalf of unnamed company.]
PTM (9401010)
Pac-tec
Paramount Parks
Patriot
Petibone Corp.
Box
2015/067-3083 Pillsbury
Pineview Corporation
Plano Moulding Co.
Pollina Corp. (Project Blue Angel)
Porous Media
Port-a-Cool
Powers Company
Pratt & Whitney (9401022)
Precision Tubedraw & Machining Inc.
Process Systems International
Prudential Securities (Project 1061)
Quaker State Corp.
Rahn Industries Inc.
Remediation Services of America Inc.
Ret-Ser,
[2 folders]
Rutech
Sam's Club (Project Repack, 9402002)
Satisfied Brake Products Inc. (9401001)
Seaboard Farms
Seargent & Wilbur (9411028)
Seawest (9411011)
Shi Chen Electric Manufacturing/Smartel Inc. (Project Whirlwind)
Sitar Chem
SITEL
Southwestern Bell
Southwestern Bell Technology Resources, Inc.
Spanish Scrubbers/Ollearis (9411015)
Staedler Inc. (9402004)
Stanley Works
Synpro (9409031)
TVR America
Taco Bell (9411009)
Teco Electronics
Temsco Industries (9402011)
Tesoro
Box
2015/067-3084 Texas AMC Inc. (9411013),
[2 folders]
Texas Instruments
Textile Mills (9410017)
Textron
Thermetric Fabric Corporation
Thermo Electron
Tilden Corporation
Mike Tolleson (Project Crane, 9412022)
[Consultant searching for prospective maintenance and service facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Tyson Foods
USA Connection (9412044)
Union Carbide (9401025)
Union Carbide (Project 500, 9410003)
Upper Deck Co. (9409004)
Ventura Inc. (9412023)
Vought Aircraft Co.,
[2 folders]
Wadley-Donovan (Project Bird)
[Consultant searching for prospective semiconductor manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Wahpeton Canvas Company
Wal-Mart
The Walker Companies (Project Easter)
Weyerhauser (Project 1221)
Whirlpool
Whirlpool (Project Keilman)
Miscellaneous Suspects, 1994,
[2 folders]
FY 1995, Company files
Box
2015/067-3085 AMP Inc.
Agriboard Industries (Project Electra)
Airship Technologies
American Express Company
American Playtime Systems Inc.
Ashco Supply Inc.
Atmel Corporation
Austin Company Plastics Project
Bear Creek Corporation
Better Bath Components
Blair Corporation
Brylane LP
Camden Wire Company
Capital Group
Cherokee & Comanche International
Chrysler Corporation
Clark Refining Company
Colliers Real Estate
[Consultant searching for prospective automobile parts facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Columbia Healthcare Corp. (Project Trojan)
Commercial Refrigerator Door Company
Compass Corporation
Continental Sprayers Inc.
Corex Products
Corrugated Services Inc.
Creative Games Inc. (Project Cape)
Dal Tile
Dayton Superior Corporation
Deloitte & Touche
[Consultant searching for prospective electronics manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Dendrite International Inc.
Deroma USA Inc.
Doosan Electro Material
Eagle Iron Works
Elder Rubber Company
Five Star Forge
Fleetwood Enterprises Inc.
Foodland Industries
Frito Lay
Fuda Enterprises Company
Box
2015/067-3086 Goex Inc. (Project Explosion)
Hanover-Smith Industries
Hoffman-La Roche Inc.
Horizon Unlimited
Hughes Training Inc.
Hyundai Electronics of America
IBM-Toshiba (Project Me)
Industra Inc.
International Paper (Finder Board Plant)
International Paper (Particle Board Plant)
Kenetech
Kepro International
Kubik Enterprises
LSI Logic
Lancair International
Lightning Bolt and Nut
Lowes Lumber
MTC America Inc.
Joe McCann
[Consultant searching for prospective start-up injection molding facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Martin Sprocket & Gear Inc.
Measurementation
Medaphis Physician Services Corporation
Merrick Engineering
[Consultant searching for prospective plastic manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Microdyne (Project Profile)
Micron Semiconductor
Mid-States Plastics Inc.
Mitsubishi Electronics America
Motorola Semiconductor Products
Box
2015/067-3087 J.M. Mullis (Project 905)
[Consultant searching for prospective aircraft assembly facility on behalf of aerospace consortium led by Boeing.]
J.M. Mullis (Project 1232)
[Consultant searching for prospective frozen food production facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
J.M. Mullis (Project 1221)
[Consultant searching for prospective instrumentation equipment assembly facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
J.M. Mullis (Project 1228)
[Consultant searching for prospective transportation-related facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
NASCAR Speedway
National Tech Team
Neches Fiber LLC
Omni Power Group
Owens-Corning
Oxford Health Plan (Project Care)
PHH Fantus (Project Zoom)
[Consultant searching for prospective Research and Development facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Philips Industries
Pilgrim's Pride
Poulan Company (WCI Inc.)
Raytheon
[Consultant searching for prospective polypropylene plant on behalf of unnamed company.]
Reaads Medical Projects Inc.
Redeco Limited
Resource Concepts Enviro Inc.
Rex-Rosenlew Inc.
Richter's Bakery Inc.
Rockwell
Russell Company
[Consultant searching for prospective Light Electronics Assembly Facility on behalf of an unnamed company.]
Russell Stover Candies
[1 folder and 1 binder.]
Sanders (Division of Lockheed Martin)
Sanderson Farm Inc.,
[2 folders]
Sape Equipment
Severn Peanut Company Inc.
Shen Enterprise Corporation
Box
2015/067-3088 Solarex Corporation
Southeast Wood Treating Inc.
Sunkyong USA Inc. (Project SNK)
Taivan Corporation
Telesales USA
Texas Rock Asphalt Inc.
Tong Yang Group
Trailmobile Corporation
Triple S Plastics
Tyson Foods (Project 1207)
Tyson Foods (Project 1215)
UCA & L (Project Stopper)
Ultra Violet Devices Inc.
United Technologies (Project Anthony)
Universal Automotive Inc.
Wadley Donovan Group
[Consultant searching for prospective collections office on behalf of unnamed company.]
Wal-Mart (Project Nova)
Wellman Inc. (Project Heron)
White Consolidated Industries
Winterland Productions (subsidiary of MCA)
Zia Technology of Texas (Project Z)
Zurn Industries Inc. (Project Steam)
Miscellaneous Prospects, 1995
FY 1997 - FY 2001, Company files
Box
2015/067-3399 Aaron's Furniture
Advanced Micro Device (Project Arsenal)
[1 folder and 1 binder.]
Agracel Inc. (Project Red)
[Consultant searching for prospective research center on behalf of unnamed company.]
American Accessories
American Business Consulting (Project ABC1)
AnySteel Dot Com
APG Inc. (Project Consumer)
Applied Semiconductor
Arthur Andersen (Project Josie)
[Consultant searching for prospective technology facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Aviat Aircraft Inc.
Avtek Air Inc.
Bayer Corporation (Project Bayer Renewal)
BBI Enterprises, LP (Project Rowleyco)
Bell, Boyd & Lloyd LLC
[Consultant searching for prospective internet support center on behalf of unnamed company.]
Bell Helicopter
Beresford Box Co. Inc.
Bios Biochemicals
Birkby's Plastics Ltd.
The Boeing Company
[Folders 1-2 of 6.]
Box
2015/067-3400 The Boeing Company
[Folders 3-6 of 6.]
[4 folders and 4 binders.]
Budget Group
Business Technical Solutions Worldwide
[Consultant searching for prospective call center on behalf of unnamed company.]
Campbell Soup Company
Candor Racing
Carrier Corporation
Carry-On Trailor Corp. (Project Carry-On)
Carter & Burgess (Project Carter)
Central Programs, Inc.
Champion Parts (Project Hope)
Charleswood Corporation (Project Fern)
Cigna (Project Green)
Box
2015/067-3401 ClearSource (Project Bundle)
Commercial First
[Consultant searching for prospective food manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Con Cat Systems Inc.
Corpus Christi Regional Economic Development Corporation (Project Petcoke)
[Consultant searching for prospective petcoke refining/recycling facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Cresa Partners (Project Cresa)
[Consultant searching for prospective computer manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Cushman & Wakefield (Project XYZ)
[Consultant searching for prospective data center on behalf of unnamed company.]
Dana Corporation (Project Speed)
Deloitte & Touche
[Consultant searching for prospective warehouse facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Digital Security Control
DXP Enterprises
Equis (Project Philadelphia)
[Consultant searching for prospective corporate headquarters on behalf of unnamed company.]
Genlyte Thomas Group/Wide Lite (Project Big Boy)
Handy Chemicals Ltd. (Project Pierre)
Hayes Sealy Matten & Matten
Home Depot (Project Superior)
Huber & Suhner
IBC
[Consultant searching for prospective light manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Intermountain RKH
[Consultant searching for prospective high technology manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
The J.D. Russell Company
Kik Corporation (Project Clean)
L.A. Darling Company (Project NAM#51817)
LB Foster
Lee & Associates (Project Lee)
[Consultant searching for prospective high furniture manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Lockheed Martin Corporation/Northrop Grumman
Box
2015/067-3402 Lockheed Martin Corporation/VentureStar,
[2 folders]
Lockwood Greene (Project Bio Destiny),
[3 folders]
[Consultant searching for prospective biotechnology research and development facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Lowe's Companies Inc. (Project Tree)
LS Power LLC (Project Power)
Maxus Energy Corporation
McKenzie & Co.
[Consultant searching for prospective semiconductor manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Mikron Corporation (Project Land)
Millard Refrigerated Services (Project WD)
J.M. Mullis (Project 1717)
[Consultant searching for prospective facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
National Instruments (Project Circuit)
Neville Chemical Company
New Standard Corporation (Project Pen)
Non Ferrum of America (Project Derby)
Box
2015/067-3089 Norsk Hydro Americas Inc. (Project Melt)
Nortel
Northrop Grumman
NPD USA Corporation/Smithfield Foods (Project Research)
NYX Inc. (Project Dumas)
Oak Hill Technology, Inc.
Operational Technologies Corp.
Orange Plastics (Project Bugs)
Orangex - Intercast
ORCA Yachts LLC (Project Whale)
P&Y Associates Inc.
Choyce Peterson
[Consultant searching for prospective manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
PolyTec Systems Inc./enlighten (Project Lego)
Powell Building Group
Price, Waterhouse, Coopers LLC
[Consultant searching for prospective light manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Price, Waterhouse, Coopers LLC (Project DC 01)
[Consultant searching for prospective retail distribution center on behalf of unnamed company.]
Project Cooper
Quad Graphics (Project Sagebrush),
[2 folders]
Box
2015/067-3090 Resicon (Project Module)
Rio Grande City (Project Transfer Station)
Roc-Edge
Russell Stover Candies Inc.
San Antonio Economic Development Foundation (Project Advantage)
[Consultant searching for prospective financial services center on behalf of unnamed company.]
Seaboard Farms Inc. (Project South)
Sedway Group (Project High-Tech)
Sendo Holdings PLC (Project Churchill)
Shimuzu America Corporation (Project XYZ)
[Consultant searching for prospective automobile part manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Shoma Technologies
Siemens (Project Navy)
Sitel Corporation
Staubach Company (Project Kurt)
[Consultant searching for prospective internet data center on behalf of unnamed company.]
Stellcom
Sulphur Springs Hopkins Economic Development Corporation (Project Hydro)
[Consultant searching for prospective aluminum recycling facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Sun Lakes Cabinets
Supercap Industrial Company (Project Hat)
Swat-Fame Inc.
Target Corporation (Project Bluebonnet)
Telamon Corporation
Telerz Marketing Inc. (Project Destination Excellence)
Tetra Pak
Toyota Tsusho Mexico, S.A. de C.V. (Project MAC)
TransPecos Foods of Texas (Anchor Foods)
True Steel
TRW Trading Inc.
TST Inc. (Project Stein)
Unilever/Delta Development Group (Project IDRC 2001)
United Healthcare
Unocal Corporation
Box
2015/067-3091 Vector Properties LLC (Project Vector Texas 3)
Wal Mart
Washington Mutual
Welded Tube of Canada LTD, (Project Concord)
Wells Dairy (Project PWC Food Processor)
World Golf Network (Project Golf)
Miscellaneous closed projects, 2000
Supplemental project documentation, 2000-2003
Box
2018/030-1 Boeing
Toyota,
[4 folders]
[4 wallets]
[Includes one videocassette.]
FY 2002, Company files
Box
2015/067-3091 Agracel Inc.
[Consultant searching for prospective auto parts manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
American Woodmark Corp. (Project Design)
Atlanta Economic Development Corporation
[Consultant searching for prospective food processing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Brownsville Economic Development Council (Project Alley)
[Consultant searching for prospective metal building manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Brownsville Economic Development Council (Project Breaking)
[Consultant searching for prospective ship dismantling facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Brownsville Economic Development Council (Project Horizon II)
[Consultant searching for prospective manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Brownsville Economic Development Council (Project Mix)
[Consultant searching for prospective mineral processing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Carter Bogel Clothiers
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2015/067-3092 Commercial Data Systems
Consolidated Freightways
D. Howard Aircraft Maintenance
Davis Aerospace
DJ Shoe Company Inc.
Dollar Tree Stores
Ducharme, McMiller, & Associates Inc.
[Consultant searching for prospective petrochemical facility expansion on behalf of unnamed company.]
Dupont - Ingleside (Project Chem)
EarthLink
Electrosource (Project Battery)
EMC Development AB
Europa Sports Products
EVCO
Extec Screens & Crushers
F.B. Distribution Center
Fellfab Limited
Fibercycle
Fluor Global Locations Strategies (Project Arabian)
[Consultant searching for prospective natural gas power plant on behalf of unnamed company.]
Fluor Global Location Strategies (Project Harrison)
[Consultant searching for prospective chemical manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Fraunhofer USA
Future Beef Operations
Gage Marketing Services (Project Promotion)
GE Power System (Project Gulf)
Greater Dallas Chamber of Commerce (Project Future)
Guanajuato Factory Warehouse (Project Guanajuato)
Hampshire Management Pet Products
Hari-Masa S.A. de C.V.
Horizon Offshore
Horton Automatics Inc.
Hotel Reservations Network
Huntsman Corporation
Box
2015/067-3093 Imperial Group Inc./Johnstown America
ING Group
Inland Paperboard & Packaging
Intercraft
IYAAM Rubber Inc. (Project Rubber)
Kinko's (Project Salad)
Kiswel USA Inc. (Project Arc Wire)
Lakeland Paper Corp.
Larson Communications group Inc.
[Consultant searching for prospective insurance claims office on behalf of unnamed company.]
Liberty Mutual (Project Blue Chip)
Lone Star Bakery
Louisiana Pacific
MB Beitler (Project DEB)
MCell Products Inc. (Project First)
M&K Producing
Mason Ashby (Project Ashby)
Mount Vernon Economic Development Corporation (Project Vernon)
[Consultant searching for prospective facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
National Association of Manufacturers Site Selection Network (Project #51866)
[Consultant searching for prospective machine manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
National Financial Services Company (Project National)
OSB Manufacturing
Panther Pipe Line/Panther Natural Gas
Penncro
Pitney Bowes (Project Mail Sorter)
Powerzinc Electric Inc.
Precision Roll Grinders Inc. (Project Allen)
Proflex Pipe Corporation
Pure Power Technologies LLC (Project Generator)
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2015/067-3094 Re-Engineered Composite Systems, LLC
Reactive Energy
Rivas, Technologies International Inc.
Safe-Tech
Sanmar (Project Brand)
Sara Lee Bakery Group
Shipyard de Hoop
Sieger Engineering Inc.
Staubach Company
Taylor Press Products
UCB-Radcure
Worden Company (Project Bookworm),
[2 folders]
Unknown Company (Project AL3)
Unknown Company (Project Library)
Miscellaneous closed projects, 2002
FY 2003, Company files
Box
2015/067-3094 Advance Food Company (Project Go)
Aero Environment
American Airlines (Project 56SF)
ArthroCare Corporation
Autumn Aviation
Bar-S Foods (Project McDaniel)
Bealls Inc. (Project Simpson)
[Folders 1-3 of 4.]
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2015/067-3095 Bealls Inc. (Project Simpson)
[Folder 4 of 4.]
Behr Process Corp. (Project Cover)
Boeing Company (Project Olympus)
Campbell Soup (Project Soup)
Carbonyx Inc. (Project Coal)
CDT Systems Inc. (Project Clean Water)
Christopher Boyle
[Consultant searching for prospective light manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Cisco Foods
Coca-Cola (Project Fizz)
Conagra Foods
Conagra Foods (Project 13W)
Cormer Group Industries Inc. (Project Red River)
Creative Panel Solutions
Dot Foods Inc. (Project Hornet)
Eclypse Ventures (Project Sun)
[Consultant searching for prospective pet food manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
EcoDev, LLC (Project Bloom)
Explorer Aircraft Inc.
Fluor Corporation (Project 11)
Fluor Global Location Strategies (Project Harrison)
[Consultant searching for prospective polymers manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Box
2015/067-3096 Future Power & Energy Inc. (Project Plasma)
Global Media Management, LLC
Great Cat Resorts
Greater Waco Chamber of Commerce (Project CB)
[Consultant searching for prospective home/auto insulation facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Harley-Davidson (Project Rolling Sagebrush)
Independent Graphic Services Inc. (Project Ben)
Industrial Services Group (Project West Side)
[Consultant searching for prospective hazardous waste recycling facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Indy Mac Bank
International Specialty Products
Labinal
Leica Microsystems (Project AG)
Lockwood Greene (Project Crystal)
[Consultant searching for prospective chemical manufacturing faculty on behalf of unnamed company.]
LS Power Development (Project Donna)
LS Power Development (Project Power)
McGuffy Systems
Medi-Flex (Project Tan)
Midwest Tube Mills (Project LDB)
Moore Wallace
J.M. Mullins (Project Zip)
[Consultant searching for prospective food processing plant on behalf of unnamed company.]
National Association of Manufacturers Site Selection Services (Project NAM 51882)
[Consultant searching for prospective manufacturing, warehouse, and corporate facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
NAI Hiffman (Project MSC Central)
[Consultant searching for prospective distribution center on behalf of unnamed company.]
NAI Hiffman
[Consultant searching for prospective sewing/ manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
National Semiconductor (Project Alto)
Non-Ferrous Extrusions
PepsiCo (Project Mill)
Plains Cotton Cooperative Association (Project PCCA)
Professional Power Products (Project Power Up)
R. Burns (Project Relay)
Remote Light Inc.
Robert Farrar & Associates (Project Atlanta - B)
[Consultant searching for prospective food production facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Rotoplas (Project Moreno)
Simon Property Group (Project Esther)
Sinochem
Solar Mission Technologies Inc.
StarTek Inc. (Project Ski)
TCI Inc. (Project Welby)
Box
2015/067-3097 Texas Energy Center
Texas Instruments (Project Emmitt),
[2 folders]
Texas TracGroup
Toyota (Project Starbright),
[7 folders]
Box
2015/067-3098 TradeMaster
Trammell Crow Company (Project Data)
[Consultant searching for prospective data center on behalf of unnamed company.]
Transformer Decommissioning, LLC
Tritus Technologies/University of Texas at San Antonio/Southwest Research Institute
United Defense
Uplift Petroleum (Project Bird)
Victor Equipment
Washington Mutual
Williamson Production Services Inc.
Wind Clean Corporation (Project Windclean)
Worden Company (Project Library)
Workforce Solutions (Project Otis)
[Consultant searching for prospective lumber mill on behalf of unnamed company.]
Unknown company (Project Overview)
Unknown company (Project BR)
[Search for prospective plastic manufacturing facility.]
Unknown company (Project LDB)
[Search for prospective distribution center.]
Unknown company (Project Round)
[Search for prospective tire manufacturing and distribution facility.]
Unknown company (Project Ski II)
[Search for prospective customer service center for unnamed company.]
Unknown company (Project Winnebago)
[Search for prospective manufacturing facility for unnamed company.]
Miscellaneous projects, 2003
FY 2004, Company files
Box
2015/067-3099 ABM International
Aero Environment
Americana Foods (Project Ice)
Aplethora Inc.
Bank of America (Project Ivy)
Bank of America (Project Maverick)
Bass Pro Shop
Beijing Clay Figure Zhang Arts Co., Ltd. (Project Lockhart)
Big Idea Productions (Project VT)
Binswanger Advisory Services (Project Taupo)
[Consultant searching for prospective manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Broadband Horizons
Cabela's Outfitter (Project Outfitter)
Cadillac Automotive Products
Capacitive Deionization Technology Systems Inc. (Project Clean Water)
Capitol Wholesale Meats Inc./Fontanini Meats (Project Lucca)
Carling Technologies (Project Cardenas)
Carter & Burgess (Project Cold Storage)
[Consultant searching for prospective distribution center on behalf of unnamed company.]
CertainTeed Corporation (Project Winter)
Church of the Nazarene (Project Church)
CITGO (Project Moscow)
Coca-Cola (Project Coke)
Corporate Research Services Inc.
Crockett Economic and Industrial Development Corporation (Project Crockett)
Dalkia
Del Monte Foods
Del Site Biotechnologies,
[2 folders]
Denso International America Inc.
Dow Chemical Company (Project Orca),
[4 folders]
Earthstone International LLC (Project Sand)
Enlighten (Project Enlighten)
Ethanol
Box
2015/067-3100 Fuel Cells
FutureGen
Gander Mountain
Galena Park Boxing Academy
Gamesa Group (Project Turbine),
[2 folders]
Getsen Inc. (Project Express)
Good Food Group A/S (Project Brunch)
Greater Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce (Project Fluid)
[Consultant searching for prospective call center on behalf of unnamed company.]
H.J. Heinz Co. (Project Relay)
Hart Corporation (Project Freezer)
[Consultant searching for prospective food processing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Susan Harte (Project Lind)
[Consultant searching for prospective medical device manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Help Desk Now (Project HDN)
Hockley County Rail Line
Home Depot (Project Hammer),
[2 folders]
Houston Superspeedway,
[2 folders]
Huntsman Corp. (Project Coronado)
i-Tex Wireless (Project Rank)
IDS Engineering (Project Long Beach)
[Consultant searching for prospective distribution center on behalf of unnamed company.]
Intercambio Comercial de Productos S.A. de C.V. (Project Kernel)
International Sematech
International Specialty Products Inc. (Project ISP)
Jadoo Power Systems
City of Jefferson, regional horse facility
Box
2015/067-3101 Johns Manville Inc. (Project Lynx)
Jones Lang Lasalle (Project Data D)
[Consultant searching for prospective data center on behalf of unnamed company.]
Karsten Homes (Project Build Karsten)
Katy Industries
Kearns Waste Sciences Group Inc. (Project Kearns)
Kia Motors (Project Auto)
Lockwood Greene (Project HiEnergy)
[Consultant searching for prospective high tech production facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Lockwood Greene (Project MS Richardson)
[Consultant searching for prospective manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Maintenance Warehouse/Home Depot Supply (Project Maintenance)
Martin Marietta Materials
Maxim Integrated Products
Metalsa (Project Base)
Music for Little People (Project Nelson)
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Shared Services Center
National Association of Manufacturers Site Selection Network (Project Rio 277)
[Consultant searching for prospective light manufacturing and warehousing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
National Semiconductor (Project Alto)
New Frontier Energy Project/Boeing (Project New Frontiers)
Nomaco (Project Foam)
Oldham County
Otsuka Chemical Col, Ltd.
Peanut Corporation of America (Project Peanut)
Pharmacom Corporation (Project Wang)
PricewaterhouseCoopers (Project Light Bright)
[Consultant searching for prospective service industry headquarters on behalf of unnamed company.]
Printing Industries of America (Project Print)
ReCare Inc. (Project Bar Code)
Regal-Beloit Corp. (Project Boston)
RHE Hatco Inc. (Project Resistol)
SouthFresh Farms (Project Catfish)
St. Jude Medical Inc. (Project Heart)
Stadtmauer Bailkin LLP (Project NYC)
[Consultant searching for prospective large commercial property on behalf of unnamed company.]
Box
2015/067-3102 Staubach Company (Project Sonoma),
[2 folders]
[Consultant searching for prospective network operations center on behalf of unnamed company.]
Stryker Corporation (Project Stryker)
Superior Essex Communication LLC (Project Wood),
[2 folders]
Tanox (Project TM)
Tareco Inc. (Project TJ)
[Consultant searching for prospective manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Telvista (Project Diamond)
Tenet Healthcare Corp. (Project Spirit)
Texas Biodiesel Corporation (Project Harvest),
[4 folders]
Texas Elastomer, Ltd. (Project Rubber)
Texas Energy Center (Project TXEC)
Texas Energy Center/The Boeing Company (Project New Frontiers)
Box
2015/067-3103 Tennessee Koyo Steering Systems Co. (Project TK),
[2 folders]
Trans Ova Genetics (Project Farm)
Trucknology Inc. (Project Truck)
Twin City Fan & Blower (Project Dakota)
Union Tank Car Company, or UTLX (Project U)
Unisphere Waste Conversion Limited (Project Crumb)
University of Texas System (Project Imaging),
[2 folders]
Uranium Resources Inc.
Vaisys Healthcare Inc. (Project Airway)
Van Heusen
Vanguard Animation
Venus Initiative, LLC (Project Venus)
Wal-Mart (Project CC)
Unknown company (Project Gamesa)
Unknown company (Project Indoor)
Unknown company (Project Mesquite)
[Search for a prospective ethanol facility.]
Unknown company (Project Middle East Fuel Cell)
Miscellaneous closed projects
FY 2005, Company files
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2015/067-3403 Advanced Optical Components (Project Kohut)
ASMO Manufacturing Inc. (Project Texas)
Bitzer Real Estate (Project Bitzer)
[Consultant searching for prospective call center on behalf of unnamed company.]
Boot Ranch Development (Project Champion)
BP Chemical (Project Newco)
Broadband Horizons (Project Broadband)
Customer Relations LLC (Project Call Me)
Dendreon Corporation (Project Life)
Eagle Family Foods Inc. (Project Eagle)
EBay (Project Arbor)
EcoDev LLC (Project Smooth Operatore)
[Consultant searching for prospective call center on behalf of unnamed company.]
Eden Federal Funding
Electronics Partners Corp. (Project Wang II)
Equis (Project Armadillo)
[Consultant searching for prospective manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Essilor of America (Project Vision)
Fluor Global Locations Strategies (Project Bond)
[Consultant searching for prospective chemical manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Fox Sports Network (Project Foxy)
Freescale Semiconductor (Project Lone Star),
[2 folders]
GC Services Limited Partnership (Project Jersey Girl)
Genentech Inc. (Project Marlin)
Grant Forest Products (Project Grant)
Hewitt Associates (Project Big)
Hewitt Associates (Project Oscar)
Huntsman Chemical (Project Coronado)
Innovative Block of South Texas (Project Mason)
Kia Motors
Kubota Corporation (Project Tokyo Water)
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2015/067-3404 L-3 Vertex (Project Pit Stop)
Lee Container (Project Majors)
LG Electronics Alabama Inc. (Project Goldstar)
Lumbermans (Project Grand Slam)
Martin Lumber (Project Otis)
Mountain Star Transport (Project Border Transport)
MSC Industrial Supply Co. (Project GIO)
William Murdock (Project Murdock)
[Consultant searching for prospective wind turbine manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
NAI Hiffman
[Consultant searching for prospective heavy manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
O-Ryung Co., Ltd. (Project Carton)
Dana Olson (Project White)
[Consultant searching for prospective medical transcription office on behalf of unnamed company.]
PacificCare (Project Doc Holliday)
Panda Hereford Holdings LLC (Project Panda)
Petrovalves (Project BW8)
Pioneer Dairy (Project Dimmitt)
Power 3 Medical Products (Project Protein)
PPG Industries (Project Jacket)
Quality Culvert (Project Polly)
Raytheon (Project School of Rock)
Riata Energy (Project Riata)
Ruiz Foods Company (Project Carey)
RVRover (Project Bart)
Ryton/Chevron Phillips Chemical Company (Project R)
Sempra Energy
Sudaglass (Project Sudaglass)
Sunoco Logistics Partners (Project JLL)
Swiss Business Hub USA (Project Swiss)
[Consultant searching for prospective call center on behalf of unnamed company.]
Tanox (Project TM)
Titus Technologies
Turbocor (Project Runway)
Tyson Fresh Meats Inc. (Project IBP)
Washington Mutual (Project Liahona)
Yahoo! (Project Yahoo!)
Zinga Industries Inc. (Project Zinga)
Unnamed Company (Project Beverly)
Unnamed Company (Project Salmon)
Unnamed Company (Project TMMTX)
[Search for prospective automobile plant supply facility.]
FY 2006, Company files
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2015/067-3546 Aisin (Project Mesa)
Alcoa (Project 769)
Ally Investment LLP (Project Yantay)
Angelou Economics (Project Dual)
Angelou Economics (Project Delta Force)
ATML Corporation (Project ATML)
Automatic Data Processing (Project Kirk)
Autonation (Project Disc)
Beijing Shengon Building Materials Industrial Company (Project Glory)
Biotech Manufacturing Center of Texas (Project BMC)
Bollinger Shipyards
Carry-on Trailers
Chevron Phillips (Project Vulcan)
Chiron (Project Aardvark)
CM1 (Project Zebra)
Coca-Cola Enterprises (Project Classic)
Colliers Penn (Project Build)
[Consultant searching for prospective pre-fab building manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Commercial Plant Relocators (Project Factor)
[Consultant searching for prospective irrigation systems manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Corpus (Project Flow)
CUNA Mutual Group (Project Stand-up)
Davis Capital (Project Shenzhou 6)
[Consultant searching for prospective automobile manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed Chinese company.]
Definitive Products (Project Gilligan)
Deloitte (Project Trident)
[Consultant searching for prospective life sciences manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Deloitte (Project Vanilla)
[Consultant searching for prospective plastics injection moulding manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Eastman Chemical Company (Project Vanquish)
Ecodev LLC (Project Rose)
Ecodev LLC (Project Tulip)
Ecodev LLC (Project Warrior)
Echostar (Project Dish)
Environmental Liability Transfer (Project Kasper)
[Consultant searching for prospective manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Envirosystems (Project CDC)
Equitymetrix LLC
Ernst & Young (Project EY)
Evapco (Project CT)
Express Scripts (Project Arizona)
Fireman's Fund Insurance Company (Project Stopper)
Foley's
Formosa Plastics (Project Isola)
Freightlliner (Project RD)
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2015/067-3547 Golden West Financial Corporation (Project Blue Moon)
Goodman Manufacturing (Project Heat)
Guardian Fiberglass (Project CB-3)
Hilmar Cheese (Project 747)
Honeywell (Project Buzz)
Ineos (Project JR)
Integrated Packaging Systems (Project Frio)
International Truck and Engine (Project Grandslam)
Ipsco, Inc. (Project Fitter)
Joseph A. Bank (Project Bank)
Kay Chemical Company (Project Kay)
Lumileds (Project Light)
McCallum Sweeney Consulting (Project Jazz Smith)
[Consultant searching for prospective manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Marc Wilson (Project Ella)
[Consultant searching for prospective drink bottle manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Merit Medical (Project Workman)
Metis Consulting (Project Wilbur)
[Consultant searching for prospective pork processing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Microsoft (Project Jill)
Minerals Technologies, Inc. (Project Crystal Cash)
Minot Weld (Project Clark)
Motiva Enterprises LLP (Project Avi-Tom)
NAI Stoneleigh (Project Grain)
[Consultant searching for prospective dry food production facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
National Envelope
National Envelope (Project Partnership)
National Steel Car (Project Tiger)
Navasota Energy LLC (Project Wharton Power)
Newmark Knight Frank (Project PNP)
[Consultant searching for prospective inbound call center on behalf of unnamed company.]
North American Lighting (Project Radiant)
NSU Corporation (Project Tamm)
Odessa Power
Pacer Stacktrain (Project Vegas)
Panda Hereford Ethanol LP (Project Panda Hereford)
Panda Sherman Ethanol (Project Panda 2)
PJ Trailers (Project Trailer)
Plastiflex (Project Tubular)
Providence Medical (Project Sierra)
PSL USA (Project Red)
PWP Industries (Project Pellet)
Safe Auto Insurance Company (Project Dingo)
Safe Auto Insurance Company (Project Otto)
Saitec (Project Snowboard)
Sanyo Energy (Project Ocean)
Shandong Foton Heavy Industries Company (Project Renaissance)
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2015/067-3548 Sigma Alimentos (Project Verde)
Silicon Steel Technology (Project Clark)
SNF Holding Company (Project Freedom)
Standard Equipment Company
Standard Multiwall Bag Manufacturing Company (Project Panhandle)
Staubach Company (Project Specs)
[Consultant searching for prospective customer support center on behalf of unnamed company.]
Steelscape (Project Gauge)
Structural Products Corporation (Project Yard)
Sumitomo Electric Wiring System (Project Raceway)
Sunoco Logistics (Project JLL)
Sysco Corporation (Project Cisco)
Takenaka Corporation (Project Dogwood)
Tantus Group LLC (Project Raider)
Tax Credit Management (Project Nixon)
[Consultant searching for prospective oil refinery on behalf of unnamed company.]
Tom Horton (Project Morton)
[Consultant searching for prospective packing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Trammell Crow (Project Flip)
[Consultant searching for prospective manufacturing facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Transcorp Advisors (Project Caravan)
[Consultant searching for prospective distribution/warehouse facility on behalf of unnamed company.]
Trans Ova Genetics (Project Wagu)
Vetrotex (Project WF)
West Texas Professional Baseball (Project Homer)
World Digital Media Group (Project Elvis-Music)
Wornick (Project Veritas)
Xtrino LP (Project Streak)
Unnamed Company (Project Barton)
[Search for prospective printing and publishing facility.]
Unnamed Company (Project Dude)
[Search for prospective oil and gas well anchor manufacturing facility.]
Unnamed Company (Project Big Valley)
[Search for office building.]
Unnamed Company (Project Ricky)
[Search for coiled steel manufacturing facility.]
Unnamed Company (Project Tomm)
Unnamed Company (Project Tread)
Unnamed Company (Project White Freezer)
[Search for food refrigeration facility.]
Miscellaneous Closed Projects, 2006
FY 2007, Company files, Retired
Box
2018/018-1 Miscellaneous retired projects
[Includes files related to Projects Buster, Pooh, Monica, Elmo, Hello, DJ Shoes, and Hirschfeld.]
Project 400
Project Aardvark
Active Power
Project Amber
Project Amistad
Project Andrews
Project Aqua C
Project Aqua W
Project Astro
Project Atlantis,
[2 folders]
Project Atlas Data Centers
Project B20
Project Bald Eagle
Project Bear
Project Beck
Project Blend
Project Blizzard
Project Boost (fka Zap)
Project Brake
Project Bridge
Project Brink
Project Cafetal
Project California
Project Carbon
Project Cellulose
Project Center
Project Centro Material
Project China Grove
Project Classic
Project Compassionate
Project Cowboy
Project Coyote
Project Crane
Project Daytona
Project DC
Project Deal
Project Echo
Project Edge
Project Eiffel
Project Elvis-Medical
Project E-Med
Enerloc Building Systems, Inc.
Project Ethel
Project Ethyl
Project Exhaust
Fabrick Molded Plastics
Project Fix up
Project Flash
Project Flex
Project FlexHose
Project Fortune 100 Company
Project Fridge
Project Gato
Project George
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2018/018-2 Project Global
Global Enterprises (Project Glue)
Project GMP
Project Go
Project Green Steel
Project Grind
Project Helado
Project Hello
Project Hirschfeld
Project Holiday
Project Homer
Project Indian
Project Jason
Project JELD-WEN
Project JM
Project Julius
Project Kepano
Project King
Project Knob
Project Kobe
Project Kosher
Project Kyle
Project Laurie
Project Life
Project Lily
Project Lucy Lou
Project Mainz
Project Message
Project Nate
Project Nick
Project Opportunity
Project Ottoman
Project Outback
Project Oxford
Project Pam
Project Partner
Project Pear
Project Pine
Project Plastic
Project Power
Project Qualify
Project Reina
Project Repeater
Project Revolver
Project Rosebud
Project Rufus
Project Scampi
Project Shinil
Project Sonic
Project Spain
Project Spark
Sproul Ranch
Project Steel
Project Steelers
Project Stonewall
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2018/018-3 Project Success,
[2 folders]
Project Apple
Project Stewart
Project Suds
Project Sulli
Project Sun
Project Swing
Project Tango
Project Taylor
Project Tech
Project Temple,
[2 folders]
Project Thomas
Project Signal
Project Tower
Project Transport
Project Trend
Project Trim
Project Tron
Project Turbo
Project Veneer,
[2 folders]
Project Viking
Project Wally
Project Water World
Project Wind
Project Winter II
Project Zebra
Project Zimmerman
Project Zone
Project Zoom
FY 2007, Company files, Located
Box
2018/018-4 Project 3-Peat
Project 4 C
[Marked as Did Not Locate.]
Project 4 D
Project Alliance
Project Allied Data Systems
Project Anchor
Project Apollo Green
[Marked as Did Not Locate.]
Project Apricus
[Marked as Did Not Locate.]
Project Armadillo KP
[Marked as Did Not Locate.]
Project Aspida
Project Azul
Project Bestrip
Project Bigfoot
Project Black Dahlia
Project Blossom
[Marked as Retired.]
Project Bucyrus
Project Bueno
[Marked as Did Not Locate.]
Project Bunker
Project Cavalier
Project Cavco
Project CNX
[Marked as Did Not Locate.]
Project CO2,
[2 folders]
Project Coastal Warehouse
[Marked as Did Not Locate.]
Project Coconut
Project Coil
Project Color
Project Convergys
Project Custom,
[3 folders]
Project D2D
Project Data
Project Denim
Project DTD
Project Dynoil
Project Falconhead
Project Fargo
Project Flour
Project Forge
Project Foxworthy
Project H&P
Project Hockley
Project House-Autrey Mills
Project Komico
Project Nemo
Project OPM (Other People's Money)
Project Pack
Project Pierce
Project PRC
Project Pro-35
Project Rex
Project Salary
Project Saltillo
Project Sparkle
Project Steel Can,
[2 folders]
Project Steel Sword
Project Tiger SA
Project Todd
Project Tortuga
Project U2
Project V2
Project Vegas - MC
[Marked as Retired.]
Project Whitaker
FY 2007, Did Not Locate
Box
2018/018-5 Project Commodity,
[2 folders]
Project Compass
Project Empire
Project Fortress aka Apple
Project Gallant
Project Green
Project Hermes
Project Jerry
Project Max
Project Mercury
Project Mercury Tower
Project Michelina
Project Monsoon
Project Peetie
Project SW
Project Tel-Drug
Project VPI
Project Waterworks
Project Zephyrus
Project DJ Footware
[Marked as Retired.]
FY 2008, Company files, Retired
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2019/015-1 Project AD
Project AMP
Project Angelo
Project Apollo AA
Project Apollo
Project Arena
Project Axle
Project Bagpipes
Project Ball
Project Bengal
Project Beto
Project BIO-DSM
Project BIO-ONCOLIX
Project Breeze
Project Buffalo 2
Project Blue Chip & Light Ship
[Includes two CDs.]
Project Built
Project Burdorf
Project Cambridge
Project Canada
Project Apollo Anchor Sunbelt
[Includes folders titled Project Uni and Project Apollo - Sunbelt.]
Project Beefpro
Project Capra
Project Centauri
Project Chem Core
Project Chips
Project City
[Includes one CD.]
Project Clear Coat
Project Clinic
Project Cob
Project COALTEK
Project Coral
Project Craftsman
Project Credit
Project C Robin
Project C-Tex
Project CUB
Project Digit
Project Dutch
Project Eagle 13
Project Emerson Tools
Project Fogo
Project Galt
Project Goliath
Project Granite
Project Green Panel
Project Green Spring
Project Greyhound
Project Griffin
Project Gust
Project Heritage
Project Hollywood
Project Home
Project Honeydew-TEF
Project Horn
Project Janus
Project JDB
Project Hookem
Project Joe
Project JP
Project Jump King Foundry
Project Karkha
Project KC
Project Knee High
Project LAB
Project Lincoln
Project Lobo
Project Locksmith
Project Mallory
Project Marsh
Project Mercer
Project Metallic
Project Modular
Project Monroe
Project Muse
Project Navitas
Project Next
Project Niño
Project Novilla
Project Ontario
Project Oso
Project Over the Hedge fka Wildcat
Project Payment
Project Peanuts
Project Piston
Project Polytorx
Project PRESSURE
Project Pug
Project Purdue
Project Rascal
Project Rearden
Project Rebel
Project Recall
Project Redeem
Project Redirect
Project Retainer
Project REVOD
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2019/015-2 Project Ring
Project Root Beer
Project Safefuels
Project Sam
Project Savannah
Project Scanner
Project Scooter
Project Scrub
Project Seed
Project Semana
Project Seoul Milk
Project Shepherd
Project Si02
Project Signal
Project Silver
Project Skillet
Project Sniper
Project Soft PWC
Project SPAR
Project Stamp
Project Sunflower
Project Surf Key
Project Sunray
Project Swirl
Project Tar Heel
Project TFB
Project Tool Time
Project Trailer
Project Taurus
Project Tread
Project Twin Talk
Project Victuals
Project Vidalia
Project View
Project Viscus
Project Wafer
Project Western
Project Whirlwind
Project Windflow
Project Wolverine
Project Works
Project Yukon,
[2 folders]
FY 2008, Company files, Located
Box
2019/015-2 Project 20
Project Ahlstrom
Project Alorica
Project Bear Cat
Project Blossom SS
Project Bushido,
[2 folders]
Project Capricorn
Project Citrico
Project Chaleco
Project Coil Marsh
Project Cool
Project Crudus
Project Denim
Project Elginbutler
Project Friend
Project IT-Sig
Project Jiffy
Project Kiko
Project Lata
Project Northwest
Project Pelican
Project Pisces
Project PUR
Project Relay II
Project Sawyer
Project Seis
Box
2019/015-3 Project Shape
Project Show Me
Project Thistle
Project Tin Man
Project Y
FY 2008, Company files, Did Not Locate
Box
2019/015-3 Project Arrow,
[2 folders]
Project Balcorp
Project Beacon
Project Beetle
Project Big River
Project Blue Moon II
Project Blue Sky MSC
Project Boil
Project Census
Project Connect
Project Craftsman
Project Cubs
Project Dash
Project Equis
Project Feed
Project Futuregen
Project Gasthaus
Project Glaze
Project Hummingbird
Project KW
Project LIFE.5
Project Mechanics
Project Nextstep
Project NY Chat
Project Pioneer
Project Polar Bear,
[2 folders]
Project Ray
Project Ribbon
Project Roman
Project Snowball
Project Soleil
Project Sundae
Project Sunny
Project Telefono
Project Thunder Road
Project Tin Can
Project Tuba
Project TWM
Project Viking-CBRE
Project Vince,
[2 folders]
Project Wave
Project X File
FY 2009, Company files, Retired
Box
2020/042-1 Project 200
Project 4A
Project 4B
Project 20K
Accretech USA, Inc.
Project Airpack
Project Apex
Project Armare
Project Atlantic
Project Backbone
Project Border Blind
Project Bradshaw,
[2 folders]
Project Buckeye
Project Chess
Project Compass II
Project Corona-AU
Project Crowd
Project Cure
Project D,
[2 folders]
Project Defense
Project DeMarco
Project Edisson
Project El Globo
Project Fortune
Project Fujin
Project Green Park
Project Growth 21
Project Hal
Project Hans
Project Heater
Project HP Energy
Project Jatropha
Project Howell
Project Jett
Project Jibb
Project Kermit
Project Lavender
Project MAC
Project Nolan
Project Oasis
Project October
Project Papa
Project Patrick
Project Pendi
Project Pontiff
Project Post
Powerhouse Energy
Project Pronghorn
Project Proof One
Project POB
Project Premium
Project Battery Power
Project Reserve
Project Ross
Project Sonoma II,
[2 folders]
Project Spin II
Project Silverado
Project Spansion
Project Splash,
[2 folders]
Project Sunbelt
Project Sunna
Project Surf
Project TCF
Project Texas Tone
Project VZN
Project Wall Street
Project Whisker
FY 2009, Company files, Located
Box
2020/042-1 Project Boom
Project Chi aka Red
Project Big Green
Project Fujitsu Ten
Box
2020/042-2 Project Gulf Coast Buckeye
Project Louie
Project MacGregor
Project Montey
Project Mountain
Project Overseas
Project PCC
Project Roll
Project Rose Bowl
FY 2009, Company files, Did Not Locate
Box
2020/042-2 Project Apollo
Project Backbone II
Project Barracuda
Project Beach
Project Cassandra
Project Blue
Project Freedom
Project Genesis
Project Green-DM
Project Helios
Project HVAC
Project Ingenious,
[2 folders]
Project Jade
Project Jersey
Project NBAF,
[2 folders]
Project Las Palmas
Project Maggie,
[2 folders]
Project M&M
Project McGregor
Project Metro
Project Millenium
Project Oaktree,
[2 folders]
Project Palo Verde
Project Plasma
Project Ring Tone
Project Rising Sun
Project Tension
Project Visionary
Project Volt
Project Wendell
Project Willow
Project Wind

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Finance Program files, 1977-2003,
5 cubic ft.

The Economic Development and Tourism Division (EDT) of the Texas Governor's Office under Governor Rick Perry specialized in encouraging in-state business expansion and relocation as well as promoting domestic and international tourism via partnership with local convention and visitors bureaus, chambers of commerce, and private travel-related organizations. Records contain working papers, loan files, and project files for Product Commercialization Fund loans, Rural Industrial Development loans, and Texas Rural Economic Development Guaranty projects under the EDT's predecessor agencies the Texas Department of Commerce and the Texas Department of Economic Development, dating 1977-2003.
Arrangement
These records are arranged by topic and then in the order received.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Finance Program files, Texas Governor Rick Perry Economic Development and Tourism Division records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 2017/113
These 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 March 9, 2017.
Processing Information
Accrual added as a series by Caitlin Burhans, December 2019
Product Commercialization Fund loans, 1992-1998
Box
2017/113-3 Texas Department of Commerce working file
06010 Betz Laboratories (Superior ID Tube Cleaners)
00655 Sterling Recycling Corp.
01928 Second Wave, Inc., Austin, Texas
02010 Third Coast Software, Inc., Austin, Texas
01920 Schmidt Instruments, Inc., Houston, Texas
01098 Lederlite Corporation, San Antonio, Texas
01097 Lederlite Corporation #2
00269 American Innovations, Inc.
01600 Pavilion Technologies, Inc.
02000 Thermal Wave International, Austin, Texas
00595 Environ, Insight
Rural Industrial Development loans, 1977-1997
Box
2017/113-4 00310 Caprock Local Dev., Llano Estacado Winery,
[3 folders]
00800 Greenville Industr. Fnd., Pine Mountain Corp.
01950 Super Sack Mfg. Corp., Dallas, Texas
00550 Eden Industrial Fnd.
01930 Seguin Indust. Fnd.
00270 Brenham Indust. Fnd., Valmont
01332 Mexia Indst. Fnd. #2, Hobbs Bonded Fiber Ln.
01860 Royse City Indust. Fnd.
01359 Golden Triangle Mid-South Jefferson County, Net-Fresh Inc.
01100 Luling Industrial Foundation
Rural Loan Reconciliation
Box
2017/113-5 Trenton Development Corporation, Frontier Manufacturing Company
Texas Rural Economic Development Guaranty project files, 1991-2003
Box
2017/113-6 A&E Machine Shop, Inc., Texas Commerce Bank-Longview
[Wallet marked as "folder 2 of 2." No folder 1 present.]
Tessco Group, Inc., City of Georgetown,
[2 wallets]
[1 folder]
[Includes two bound items following wallets and folder.]
Box
2017/113-7 Southern Mattress Co., Bank One, Texas,
[3 folders]
Truss Texas, Spring National Bank
[Includes loose material following folder.]
Steritec, Inc., First National Bank of Athens,
[2 folders]

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International marketing project files, 1997-2008,
0.5 cubic ft.

The Economic Development and Tourism Division (EDT) of the Texas Governor's Office under Governor Rick Perry specialized in encouraging in-state business expansion and relocation as well as promoting domestic and international tourism via partnership with local convention and visitors bureaus, chambers of commerce, and private travel-related organizations. Records are international marketing project files under EDT and its predecessor agency, the Texas Department of Economic Development, documenting trade missions and business development trips, dating 1997-2008.
Arrangement
These records are arranged chronologically.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), International marketing project files, Texas Governor Rick Perry Economic Development and Tourism Division records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 2017/047
These 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 9, 2016.
Processing Information
Accrual added as a series by Caitlin Burhans, December 2019
Box
2017/047-5 Texas trade and educational mission to Mexico, 1997
Trade and tourism mission to Chihuahua, 1999
[2 folders]
Trade mission to Brazil, 2000
Texas - Ecuador, 2002
Texas - China, 2002
Comércio Brasil, 2003
Trade mission to Mexico, 2004
Texas - Chihuahua, Maquiladores, and Foreign Trade Zone, 2004
Texas - Korea/China, 2005
Trip to TECO group (Taiwan), 2006
Mexico mission, 2007
Business development Brazil trip, 2008

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Economic Development Bank files, 2001-2009,
0.5 cubic ft.

The Economic Development and Tourism Division (EDT) of the Texas Governor's Office under Governor Rick Perry specialized in encouraging in-state business expansion and relocation as well as promoting domestic and international tourism via partnership with local convention and visitors bureaus, chambers of commerce, and private travel-related organizations. The Texas Economic Development Bank is a program under EDT established in 2003 (Senate Bill 275, 78th Texas Legislature, Regular Session) that administers various economic development initiatives within the state to assist businesses and local communities. Records document the Commercial Revitalization Deduction and Renewal Community programs of the Economic Development Bank under EDT and its predecessor agency, the Texas Department of Economic Development. Included are reference material, project files, and annual reports dating 2001-2009. See also the following series, Enterprise Zone Program annual reports. The records in this series predate the Economic Development Bank's creation in 2003, upon which the Enterprise Zone Program moved under the bank's oversight.
Arrangement
These records are arranged in the order received.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Economic Development Bank files, Texas Governor Rick Perry Office of Economic Development and Tourism division records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 2016/170
These 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 June 9, 2016.
Processing Information
Accrual added as a series by Caitlin Burhans, December 2019
Box
2016/170-05 CRD Reference Material: Information about the Commercial Revitalization Deduction (CRD) program
Renewal Communities (RC) Federal
CRD Allocation 2003, Name of Applicant and Project Name, Governmental Name Renewal Community
[Folder is a sample/template.]
Corpus Christi RC
2002 CRD Annual Report, City of Corpus Christi
2003 CRD Annual Report, City of Corpus Christi
2004 CRD Annual Report, City of Corpus Christi
2005 CRD Annual Report, City of Corpus Christi
2006 CRD Annual Reports
El Paso County RC
2006 Renewal Community Annual Report, El Paso County
Renewal Community and Enterprise Community/Empowerment Zone Annual Reports

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Enterprise Zone Program annual reports, 1991-2002,
0.25 cubic ft.

The Economic Development and Tourism Division (EDT) of the Texas Governor's Office under Governor Rick Perry specialized in encouraging in-state business expansion and relocation as well as promoting domestic and international tourism via partnership with local convention and visitors bureaus, chambers of commerce, and private travel-related organizations. Records consist of reports and associated data on EDT's Enterprise Zone Program, administered by the Department of Economic Development Finance. Established in 1989 (Senate Bill 1205, 71st Texas Legislature, Regular Session), the Enterprise Zone Program provides state sales and tax refunds to approved entrepreneurial projects in economically distressed Enterprise Zones designated across Texas according to a number of criteria. As of 2015, the program has completed 979 projects involving capital investment of $74.1 billion. Annual reports detail the location of the zones, the profile, participation, and benefits of the participating businesses, as well as estimated economic gain of affected areas. There is also a folder of raw data sheets on program projects that were used to create the reports themselves. Dates range from 1991 to 2002.
Arrangement
These records are arranged chronologically.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Enterprise Zone Program annual reports, Texas Governor Rick Perry Economic Development and Tourism Division records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 2016/170
These 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 June 9, 2016.
Processing Information
Accrual added as a series by Jonathan King, December 2016
Box
2016/170-05 Annual reports:
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
Annual report data, 1990-2001
Associated reports, 1999-2004

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Texas Emerging Technology Fund files, 2012,
160 KB
(1 file)

The Economic Development and Tourism Division (EDT) of the Texas Governor's Office under Governor Rick Perry specialized in encouraging in-state business expansion and relocation as well as promoting domestic and international tourism via partnership with local convention and visitors bureaus, chambers of commerce, and private travel-related organizations. The records consist of electronic materials generated by the Texas Emerging Technology Fund, a subdivision of EDT, dating to 2012. The principal role of this subdivision is the promotion of in-state research and development via grants and investment for pertinent university/industry consortia and public institutions of higher education. The materials consist of a single PDF file, a scan of a form waiver letter from Jonathan W. Taylor, then the director of the Texas Emerging Technology Fund, pertaining to the Regional Centers for Innovation and Commercialization program.
Arrangement
These records consist of one item.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Texas Emerging Technology Fund files, Texas Governor Rick Perry Economic Development and Tourism Division records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 2015/117
These 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.
Processing Information
Processed by Jonathan King, January 2016
Other Finding Aids
Electronic records described in this finding aid are part of the Texas Digital Archive, available online at https://tsl.access.preservica.com/tda/tx-gov-perry/.
Texas-Digital-Archive
E2015/117 RCIC (Regional Centers for Innovation and Commercialization), 2012
[156 KB]
[(1 file)]

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Smart Jobs Fund files, 1993-2001,
0.1 cubic ft.

The Economic Development and Tourism Division (EDT) of the Texas Governor's Office under Governor Rick Perry specialized in encouraging in-state business expansion and relocation as well as promoting domestic and international tourism via partnership with local convention and visitors bureaus, chambers of commerce, and private travel-related organizations. Records consist of reports, correspondence, memorandums, and a procedure manual pertaining to the Smart Jobs program, a project administered by the Texas Department of Economic Development (TDED). The Smart Jobs program was founded in 1993 and was funded by diverting one-tenth of one percent of payroll taxes from the state's unemployment insurance fund toward jobs training grants for eligible Texas businesses. Companies were eligible for Smart Jobs Fund training grants if they had been in operation for at least one year, had at least one employee, demonstrated financial soundness and were current on state tax obligations. From 1993 to 2001, the program disbursed $153.7 million on training grants to over a thousand companies. Following a January 2000 report issued by the state auditor's office accused the program and its participants of gross financial mismanagement, the program ceased to accept new applications the following month and came to a close at the end of 2001. Dates range from 1993 to 2001.
Arrangement
These records are arranged as received from the agency.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Smart Jobs Fund Program files, Texas Governor Rick Perry Economic Development and Tourism Division records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 2016/170
These 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 June 9, 2016.
Processing Information
Accrual added as a series by Jonathan King, December 2016
Box
2016/170-05 Procedure manual, 2001
Background materials, 1993-2001

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Texas Tourism files, 2000-2014,
0.3 cubic ft.
248 MB
(879 files)

The Economic Development and Tourism Division (EDT) of the Texas Governor's Office under Governor Rick Perry specialized in encouraging in-state business expansion and relocation as well as promoting domestic and international tourism via partnership with local convention and visitors bureaus, chambers of commerce, and private travel-related organizations. These records consist of electronic materials generated by Texas Tourism, a subdivision of EDT, dating 2000-2014. The principal role of Texas Tourism is the promotion of domestic and international tourism via strategic partnerships and a tourism marketing campaign. Topics covered include domestic and international tourism marketing, public relations, the Smithsonian Folklife Festival, and the Border Governors Conference. Types of records include outgoing correspondence, memorandums, reports, presentations, speeches, spreadsheets, press releases, organization charts, notes, meeting materials, and ad slicks. Organizations represented include the Texas Tourism Advisory Committee and the Texas House Committee on Culture, Recreation and Tourism.
Formats of the original electronic files include word processing or plain text files (.doc, .docx, .txt, .wpd), spreadsheets (.xls., xlsx), photographs and graphic images (.jpg, .gif), emails, PDFs, and PowerPoint files. 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.
Arrangement
These records are arranged roughly alphabetically by subject.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Texas Tourism files, Texas Governor Rick Perry Economic Development and Tourism Division records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 2015/117, 2016/170, 2018/030
These 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 June 9, 2016 and October 20, 2017. 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.
Processing Information
Processed by Jonathan King, January 2016
Accruals added by Caitlin Burhans, December 2019
Other Finding Aids
Electronic records described in this finding aid are part of the Texas Digital Archive, available online at https://tsl.access.preservica.com/tda/tx-gov-perry/.
Box
2018/030-4 Ad slicks
Texas-Digital-Archive
E2015/117 Advertising
Constituent communications, 2005-2014
[1.4 MB]
[(13 files)]
Presentations, 2007-2014
[86.8 MB]
[(19 files)]
Border Governors Conference
2008-2011, 2008-2011
[4.95 MB]
[(17 files)]
2012, 2012
[1.05 MB]
[(2 files)]
Culture, Recreation & Tourism Committee
82nd Session, 2011
[34.5 KB]
[(1 file)]
Marketing & Public Relations
Press Releases, 2004-2014
[2.39 MB]
[(18 files)]
Speeches, 2011
[14 KB]
[(1 file)]
Smithsonian Folklife Festival
2006, 2005
[80.5 KB]
[(2 files)]
2007, 2006-2007
[7.81 MB]
[(5 files)]
2008, 2005-2008
[29.7 MB]
[(43 files)]
Speeches
2004, 2003-2004
[3.17 MB]
[(7 files)]
2005, 2004-2005
[2.23 MB]
[(6 files)]
2006, 2006
[90.5 KB]
[(2 files)]
2009 Partner Meeting, 2009
[7.67 MB]
[(1 file)]
2010, 2010
[19 KB]
[(1 file)]
2011, 2011
[37 KB]
[(1 file)]
2012 Texas Tourism Week, 2012
[35 KB]
[(1 file)]
Strategic Tourism plan - memorandum of understanding (MOU)
2006-2008, 2007-2010
[15.9 MB]
[(4 files)]
MOU FY 2009, 2008-2010
[9.94 MB]
[(2 files)]
Texas Tourism Week
Press Release, 2012
[5.14 MB]
[(1 file)]
Tourism Advisory Committee
2003, 2000-2006
[4.98 MB]
[(128 files)]
2004, 2002-2006
[8.2 MB]
[(100 files)]
2005, 2004-2005
[6.41 MB]
[(87 files)]
2006, 2001-2007
[15.6 MB]
[(170 files)]
2007, 2006-2008
[23.3 MB]
[(161 files)]
2008, 2007-2008
[10.3 MB]
[(82 files)]
Records FY2003 to FY2008, 2011
[99.5 KB]
[(3 files)]
Box
2016/170-05 Tourism Advisory Committee meeting materials, 2005
Box
2018/030-2 Tourism development files, 2004-2010
Texas-Digital-Archive
E2015/117 Tourism Organizational Chart, 2014
[190 KB]
[(1 file)]

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Aerospace, Aviation, and Defense files, 2003-2011,
367.6 MB
(314 files)

The Economic Development and Tourism Division (EDT) of the Texas Governor's Office under Governor Rick Perry specialized in encouraging in-state business expansion and relocation, as well as promoting domestic and international tourism via partnership with local convention and visitors bureaus, chambers of commerce, and private travel-related organizations. The records consist of electronic files generated by the office of Aerospace, Aviation, and Defense, a subdivision of EDT, dating 2003-2011. The principal role of this office was the development of aerospace and related industries in Texas in collaboration with interested stakeholders in both the public and private spheres. Major initiatives towards that goal include securing funds via business incentive programs like the Texas Enterprise Fund and promotion of legislation beneficial to the concerned industries. Related activities include fighter jet and helicopter assembly, navigation instrument development, advanced space-flight research, military pilot training, and commercial space travel.
Topics addressed in the records include property acquisition, area economic impact, project timelines and status updates, analysis of incentives, community profiling, and communication with interested companies. Types of records consist of incoming and outgoing correspondence, memorandums, economic impact statements, reports, agendas, slide presentations, spreadsheets, press releases, strategic plans, and digital photograph files. Organizations represented include the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Vought Aircraft Industries Inc., and Safire Aircraft.
Formats of the original electronic files include word processing or plain text files (.doc, .docx, .txt), spreadsheets (.xls., xlsx), photographs and graphic images (.jpg, .tif, .gif, .png), databases (.mdb), emails, PDFs, PowerPoint, and web-ready images (.htm). 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.
Arrangement
These records are arranged alphabetically by subject.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Aerospace, Aviation, and Defense files, Texas Governor Rick Perry Office of Economic Development and Tourism division records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 2015/117
These 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.
Processing Information
Processed by Jonathan King, January 2016
Other Finding Aids
Electronic records described in this finding aid are part of the Texas Digital Archive, available online at https://tsl.access.preservica.com/tda/tx-gov-perry/.
Texas-Digital-Archive
E2015/117 Closed projects, 2003-2011
[346 MB]
[(309 files)]
Strategic plan, 2003-2005
[21.6 MB]
[(5 files)]

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Texas Military Preparedness Commission files, 1997-2015,
2.95 cubic ft.
2.4 MB
(23 files)

The Economic Development and Tourism Division (EDT) of the Texas Governor's Office under Governor Rick Perry specialized in encouraging in-state business expansion and relocation, as well as promoting domestic and international tourism via partnership with local convention and visitors bureaus, chambers of commerce, and private travel-related organizations. The records consist of paper, audio recording, video recording, and electronic record types generated by the Texas Military Preparedness Commission (TMPC), a body subordinate to EDT tasked with advocating for the retention and expansion of U.S. military assets and associated defense-related businesses within the territory of Texas for the purposes of economic benefit. Toward these goals, the TMPC has employed a number of strategies, including the economic analysis of the military-industrial footprint in Texas, administration of economic adjustment programs like the Defense Economic Adjustment Assistance Grant Program, and funding of related training and infrastructure projects. Types of records include published reports, meeting transcripts, agendas, minutes, slide presentations, correspondence, memorandums, videocassettes, and audiocassette tapes.
Topics addressed in the records encompass military base realignment and closure, communication with local leaders, administration of economic assistance programs, and the sunset review process. The audiocassettes are recordings of meetings of the TMPC, TMPC predecessor agencies the Texas Defense Economic Adjustment and Advisory Council and the Texas Strategic Military Planning Commission, and legislative committees meetings concerning related issues. A number of the videocassettes are recordings of TMPC quarterly meetings.
Formats of the original electronic files include word processing or plain text files (.doc, .docx) and PDFs. Digital files presented for public use will generally be PDF for text documents or spreadsheets. Files in their original format are available on request; restrictions may apply.
Arrangement
These records are arranged alphabetically by subject.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Texas Military Preparedness Commission files, Texas Governor Rick Perry Office of Economic Development and Tourism division records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession numbers: 2015/067, 2015/117, 2016/170, 2018/030
These 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 thru May 2016, June 9, 2016, and October 20, 2017. 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.
Processing Information
Processed by Jonathan King, January 2016
Accruals added by Caitlin Burhans, December 2019
Other Finding Aids
Electronic records described in this finding aid are part of the Texas Digital Archive, available online at https://tsl.access.preservica.com/tda/tx-gov-perry/.
General files
Box
2016/170-05 Agency rules, policies, and procedures, 2011-2012
[Wallet 1.]
Administrative correspondence, 2009-2010
[Wallet 1.]
Texas-Digital-Archive
E2015/117 Defense related groups and contacts, 2012-2014
[1.94 MB]
[(16 files)]
Economic assistance programs, 2011
[34.5 KB]
[(1 file)]
Federal, National information, 2013
[32 KB]
[(1 file)]
General, 2013
[96 KB]
[(3 files)]
Box
2016/170-05 General correspondence, 2002
[Wallet 1.]
Texas-Digital-Archive
E2015/117 Projects, 2009
[87.4 KB]
[(1 file)]
Sunset review, 2006
[104 KB]
[(1 file)]
Box
2016/170-05 Sunset files, 2008
[Wallet 1.]
VHS videocassettes
Box
2015/067-3406 Airborne Laser Video, Dyess Air Force Base, Abilene, Texas, November 1998
Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) program, Corpus Christi Hearing, June 6, 1993
Dyess Air Force Base, Abilene, Texas, 1999
Project Join, Fort Sam Houston
TMPC Quarterly Meetings
February 15, 2007
[3 VHS]
May 17, 2007
[3 VHS]
Likely 2007
[2 VHS]
Meeting materials
Box
2015/067-3407 1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
Box
2018/030-2 Meeting support documentation, 2015
Reports
Box
2015/067-3407 Covering All the Bases: Texas' Plan for the New Defenses Environment, July 1996
The Defense Community in Texas: A Master Plan for the Future:
1998-1999
2000-2001
2002-2003
The Defense Economic Adjustment Assistance Grant Program, December 1, 2000
The Present and Projected Viability of Texas Military Installations and Missions, September 1, 1998
Report of Visits to Texas Military Installations and Defense-Dependent Communities: Report of Visit to Washington D.C., September 2, 1999
Transcripts
Box
2015/067-3406 Community Development Committee meeting transcript:
October 4, 1995
December 6, 1995
Defense Industry Committee meeting transcript:
October 25, 1995
December 6, 1995
Environmental Committee meeting transcript, November 3, 1995
Focus Group meeting (Dallas/Fort Worth) transcript, December 6, 1995
Human Resources Committee meeting transcript, November 10, 1995
Texas Defense Economic Adjustment and Advisory Council meeting transcript:
August 16, 1995
November 15, 1995
February 13, 1996
May 21, 1996
November 10, 1995
Texas Strategic Military Planning Commission meeting transcript:
July 17, 1998
August 13, 1998
Audiocassettes
Box
2015/067-3405 Community Development Committee meetings:
October 4, 1995
[3 audiocassettes]
December 6, 1995
[1 audiocassette]
Likely 1995
[1 audiocassette]
Defense Industry Committee meeting (Dallas/Fort Worth), December 6, 1995
[2 audiocassettes]
Environmental Committee meeting (Dallas/Fort Worth), November 3, 1995
[2 audiocassettes]
House Floor Debate on Senate Bill 495, 76th Legislature, May 13, 1999
[1 audiocassette]
Human Resources Committee meeting, November 10, 1995
[2 audiocassettes]
Texas Defense Economic Adjustment Advisory Council meetings:
August 16, 1995
[2 audiocassettes]
October 25, 1995
[3 audiocassettes]
November 15, 1995
[2 audiocassettes]
Focus Group meeting, November 10, 1995
[2 audiocassettes]
Likely 1995
[1 audiocassette]
Texas Strategic Military Planning Commission meetings:
August 13, 1998
[9 audiocassettes]
May 17, 1999
[6 audiocassettes]
November 3, 1999
[2 audiocassettes]
April 20, 2000
[3 audiocassettes]
July 25, 2000
[5 audiocassettes]
August 9, 2000
[1 audiocassette]
Joint meeting with the Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs and Military Institutions and the House Committee on State, Federal, and International Relations, 77th Legislature, 2001
September 19, 2002
[7 audiocassettes]
Joint meeting with the House Committee on State, Federal and International Relations,
[5 audiocassettes]
Unidentified meeting,
[4 audiocassettes]
Unidentified meeting,
[5 audiocassettes]
Texas Military Preparedness Commission meetings:
April 10, 2003
[9 audiocassettes]
July 24, 2003
[4 audiocassettes]
October 23, 2003
[1 audiocassette]
February 19, 2004
[6 audiocassettes]
August 17, 2004
[2 audiocassettes]
November 18, 2004
[4 audiocassettes]
March 17, 2005
[5 audiocassettes]
May 23, 2005
[4 audiocassettes]
August 18, 2005
[3 audiocassettes]
October 20, 2005
[2 audiocassettes]
January 19, 2006
[3 audiocassettes]
April 20, 2006
[4 audiocassettes]
August 10, 2006
[4 audiocassettes]
Quorum meeting to approve Texas Military Value Revolving Loan Fund applications, June 22, 2006
[2 audiocassettes]
November 15, 2006
[3 audiocassettes]
August 23, 2007
[3 audiocassettes]

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