Governor Leavitt Policy analyst's files
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These records are housed in the Utah State Archives' permanent storage room.
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Scope and Content
This series consists of records maintained by the Alayne Peterson, administrative assistant and policy analyst of Governor Leavitt. The documents include correspondence, reports, subject files and other records that enabled the staff to advise the Governor in setting policy and coordinating the executive branch. Alayne Peterson served on Governor Leavitt's staff first as administrative assistant (1993-1997) and then as policy analyst (1998-2001). These records represent material accumulated over the course of Ms. Peterson's tenure in both positions.
A variety of topics and timely issues are represented in the series ranging from homeland security, economic development, education, and administrative initiatives. Notes and correspondence related to numerous political associations are included as an array of subject files.
This series is arranged alphabetically, thereunder by subject.
Original file headings were retained and the files were kept in original order according to the box inventory lists produced by the Governor's office.
Chief of staff records from the Governor Leavitt, Series 25985, include various subject files related to similar topics and issues.
Subject files from the Governor Leavitt, Series 26015, contain further information pertaining to numerous topics and issues encountered by Governor Leavitt's administration.
Press office records from the Governor Leavitt, Series 26018, are an additional source of issues tracked by the Governor's staff
This series was transferred by the Utah State Archives by the governor's office administrator Michael Smith.
These records contain private information but may be accessed in accordance with established policies and procedures. Consult with reference staff for further clarification.
Cite the Utah State Archives and Records Service, the creating agency name, the series title, and the series number.
This series was processed by Brandon Metcalf in April 2008.
|2||2||1||Centennial Papers, 1996|
|2||2||2||Western Governor's Association (1 of 2)|
|2||2||3||Western Governor's Association (2 of 2)|
|2||2||4||National Governor's Association (1 of 2)|
|3||2||5||National Governor's Association (2 of 2)|
|3||2||6||Republican Governor's Association (1 of 3)|
|3||2||7||Republican Governor's Association (2 of 3)|
|3||2||8||Republican Governor's Association (3 of 3)|
|3||2||10||Personal miscellaneous items: Allied Company and Bob Lindell information|
|3||2||11||National Governor's Association-Pre-1998 (1 of 2)|
|3||2||12||National Governor's Association-Pre-1998 (2 of 2)|
|3||2||13||Miscellaneous correspondence and news clippings|
|3||2||14||Leavitt Administration initiatives, 1993-2003|
|3||2||15||I.S.S. stuff (Institute for State Studies)|
|3||2||16||National Governor's Association, 1998 (1 of 4)|
|4||2||17||National Governor's Association, 1998 (2 of 4)|
|4||2||18||National Governor's Association, 1998 (3 of 4)|
|4||2||19||National Governor's Association, 1998 (4 of 4)|
|4||2||20||Governor's training session notes|
|4||2||21||M.O.L. personal correspondence|
|4||2||22||Utah Dineh Committee|
|4||2||23||Olympic Investigation, Washington Post|
|4||3||1||Recommendation letters (1 of 2)|
|4||3||2||Recommendation letters (2 of 2)|
|4||3||3||Western Governor's Association (1 of 5)|
|4||3||4||Western Governor's Association (2 of 5)|
|4||3||5||Western Governor's Association (3 of 5)|
|4||3||6||Western Governor's Association (4 of 5)|
|4||3||7||Western Governor's Association (5 of 5)|
|4||3||8||Homeland Security articles (1 of 2)|
|5||3||9||Homeland Security articles (2 of 2)|
|5||3||10||NGA [National Governor's Association]|
|5||3||11||White House correspondence|
|5||3||12||Israel trip, 1998|
|5||3||13||H. Kent Bowen short bio|
|5||3||14||General Data Research Corporation|
|5||3||15||Markel Foundation, 2002|
|5||3||16||Aspen Institute, 1999|
|5||3||17||Achieve, Inc., 2000|
|5||3||19||Health care reform, 1994|
|5||3||20||Letter to the Dalai Lama, 2000|
|5||3||21||Venture Capital in Utah, 2001|
|5||3||22||Republican Convention platform material, 1996|
|5||3||26||Council of State Governments (1 of 3)|
|5||3||27||Council of State Governments (2 of 3)|
|5||3||28||Council of State Governments (3 of 3)|
|5||3||29||Mansion opening, 1996|
|5||3||30||Colin Powell visit, 1997|
|5||3||31||President's Summit for America's Future, 1997|
|5||3||32||Intergovernmental Policy Advisory Committee, 1994|
|5||3||33||Hill Air Force Base and Defence Depot Ogden, 1994|
|5||3||34||Thank you letters (1 of 3)|
|5||3||35||Thank you letters (2 of 3)|
|5||3||36||Thank you letters (3 of 3)|