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February 9, 1990
MEMORANDUM FOR REGIONAL ADMINISTRATORS FROM: LEO CAREY, DIRECTOR Office of Field Programs SUBJECT: Correspondence Sent to the National OfficeOver the past several months we have monitored the correspondence coming through the Office of Field Programs from the field and have determined that much of it would be more efficiently processed if it were sent directly to the addressee (in most cases, other directorates). It is our intention to identify the kinds of mail that fall into this category. All other correspondence should continue to be sent through us. We realize that such an undertaking will be awkward for both parties at first; however, we believe that in the long run, all will benefit from a more expeditious processing of incoming correspondence.
Attachment A to this memorandum is a list of the correspondence that you no
longer need to send through the Office of Field Programs. Please do not send
us a courtesy copy of this correspondence either. We will periodically
update Attachment A, as our mail awareness increases, and forward these
updates to you. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Transmittal of Recipient Financial Reports Annual FOIA Reports State Plan
Evaluation Reports State Plan Changes Logs Federal Cash Transactions Report
Transmittal of DL 1-440 Lists of Federal Safety and Health Councils 11(c)/405
Reports 5(a)(1) citations 23g Grants HCP Training Affirmative Action Reports
Updates of Automated Position Control System Debt Collection cases 7(c)(1)
Consultation Agreements EAP Grant Agreements/Revisions Fatal Facts mailing
updates EEO Quarterly Reports Case File Sampling Information for Consultation
Projects Exemption Program Report Regional Inspection Exemption through
Consultation Log State Programs Records Disposition Schedules 18b states'
responses to Federal Program Changes Cargo Gear Certifications Quarterly
Grantee Financial Reports
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