An exception to the above is all material pertaining to vital statistics
RS: Reports and Statistics
Executive 100 pp. / General 7 pp.
Material on the Federal Reports Act, Forms Reduction Program, miscellaneous progress reports, the General Accounting Office survey of Congressional reports and cross-references to other agency or program reports.
RS 1: Non-governmental Reports
Executive 20 pp. / General 14 pp.
Items on miscellaneous subjects, including the Grand Rapids/Ljubljana Comparative Urban Study, and a research institute report in German on the West German economy.
RS 1/A-Z: Non-governmental Reports/(name of organization)
Executive 700 pp. / General 700 pp.
Material on annual and other reports, assessments, and statistics received from companies, foundations, commissions, institutions, and other organizations on a wide variety of subjects. Of particular note are studies by the Commission on United States - Latin American Relations. Arranged by name of organization.
RS 2: Population Censuses
Executive 200 pp. / General 40 pp.
Material on the Federal Census, Federal Agency Council on the 1980 Census, census budget, 1974 Census of Agriculture, ethnic statistics, especially on Polish Americans, mid-decade census, and occasional material on poverty level and transportation statistics.
RS 3: Administration Requested Reports
Executive 100 pp. / General 3 pp.
Cross-references to memoranda and reports on miscellaneous subjects. Included in the general section is an account of Nixon Administration control of agency public affairs operations.
RS 3-1: Economic Proposals
Executive 50 pp. / General none
Material, mostly cross-references, pertaining to miscellaneous reports, articles, meetings, and proposals regarding the economy, energy, and an economic tax cut bill.
RS 3-2: Biweekly Progress Reports from the Energy Resources Council
Executive 900 pp. / General none
Biweekly Progress Reports on the President's Energy Program from the Energy Resources Council, noting petroleum production and consumption, legislative developments, and major international energy events.
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