This collection consists of electronic records related to Cuba. It contains emails and cables that consist primarily of press, press guidance, policy statements, and drafts of various written correspondence and memoranda.
This collection consists of email related to the implementation of the "Don't Ask, Don't tell" policy concerning homosexuals serving in the military. It contains emails between White House Staffers, Department of Defense personnel, members of the National Security Council and civilian advocacy groups discussing various issues with the implementation of the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy.
This collection consists of records related to the Heavily Indebted Poor Countries (HIPC) initiative. It contains memorandums, reports, talking points, remarks, and news articles. Topics addressed in these records include the justification for and effects of debt relief, HIPC progress reports, outcomes, and success indicators, strengthening and improving the HIPC initiative, and achieving long-term poverty reduction through economic and social reforms.
This collection consists of material dealing with documents addressed to President Clinton from the Director of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and the Chair of the Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) containing recommendations for the establishment of the following national monuments: Sonoran Desert, Upper Missouri River Breaks, Carrizo Plain, Craters of the Moon, Vermillion Cliffs, Hanford Reach, Canyons of the Ancients, Ironwood Forest, Giant Sequoia, Grand Canyon-Parashant, and Grand Canyon-Escalante. The collection includes memoranda, maps, press releases, correspondence, newspaper articles, and drafts of proclamations.
This collection consists of material related to President Clinton’s use of executive clemency, which includes both pardons and commutations of sentence. The collection contains correspondence, reports, and tables regarding the DOJ's recommendation to grant or deny executive clemency. Correspondence and petitions from the public advocate for the pardon of specific petitioners, namely convicted spy Jonathan Pollard.
This collection consists of SF-86 forms and other administrative paperwork concerning the background investigations for Sidney Blumenthal, Douglas Sosnik, and George Stephanopoulos. It consists of administrative paperwork related to the completion of background investigation materials.