MX Coordination Office Four corners regional commission fiscal records
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These records are housed in the Utah State Archives' permanent storage room.
An agency history is available.
Scope and Content
In December, 1979, the establishment of an MX Impact Mitigation and Economic Development Study Program was approved by the Four Corners Regional Commission (FCRC). Funding for the project came from the U.S. Department of Defense and from other FCRC resources. Authority for policy and program decisions was delegated to an MX Missile Task Force consisting of the governors of Utah and Nevada and the secretary of the Commission. The Task Force in turn delegated many responsibilities to State Management Committees and to local field offices, but retained authority to approve contracts or grants over $100,000; purchases of over $20,000; establishment of formal relations with Department of Defense agencies; and release of statements to the press. Local field offices were further required to submit progress reports and to keep records necessary to document their expenditures.
The records in this series reflect some of these reporting activities for two field offices: the Utah MX Coordination Office and the MX Missile Policy Board. Records consist chiefly of contracts, progress reports, and supporting data submitted by these offices to the MX Missile Task Force and the FCRC for approval.
Contracts submitted for approval are from several private firms and deal mainly with the establishment of a planning organization and standards for data collection and analysis. Progress reports were submitted quarterly by the Utah Office and annually by the Policy Board. Typical reports include information about specific technical studies underway at the time, summarize progress on agency work plans; and report on coordination efforts with other planning agencies. Supporting data includes reports from all state agencies as to anticipated impacts of missile deployment on their operations; reports of technical meetings held with other planning agencies; and some data on federal activities in relation to the MX project sent to the field offices by the FCRC.
Alphabetical by subject or document type.
Administrative records from the MX Coordination Office, Series 4246, contains the formal reports made by the office to the private firms that completed the technical studies.
Draft environmental impact statements and technical reports from the MX Coordination Office, Series 4254, contains several technical studies discussed in these reports.
Contracts case files from the Attorney General's Office. Tax and Revenue Division, Series 4266, contains many of the activities summarized in the reports are also documented in series.
Records produced by the Coordination Office were stored by the State Office of Planning and Budget until their transfer to the Archives in 1984.
This series is classified as Public.
Cite the Utah State Archives and Records Service, the creating agency name, the series title, and the series number.
- MX (Weapons system).
- Federal aid to regional planning—Utah.
- Utah—Economic conditions.
|1||2||Base Comprehensive Coordination Planning|
|1||3||Contract with John M. Sanger Associates|
|1||4||Contract with John Short and Associates|
|1||5||Contract with Mountain West Associates|
|1||6||Contract with Peat, Marwick, Mitchell and Company|
|1||7||Contract with Richards-Olson Associates|
|1||8||Contract with Richards-Olson Associates (Cont.)|
|1||9||Contract with Richards-Olson Associates (Cont.)|
|1||10||Economic Adjustment Committee Report|
|1||11||Missile Policy Board Annual Report|
|1||12||Missile Policy Board Grant|
|1||14||Technical Assistance Demonstration Training Program|
|1||15||Utah Agencies Funding Requests|
|1||16||Utah Department of Transportation Proposed MX Deployment Actions|
|1||17||Utah MX Coordination Office Agreement with the State Planning Coordination Office|
|1||18||Utah MX Coordination Office Payroll Records|
|1||19||Utah MX Coordination Office Payroll Records (Cont.)|
|1||20||Utah MX Coordination Office Payroll Records (Cont.)|
|1||21||Utah MX Coordination Office Payroll Records (Cont.)|
|1||19||Utah MX Coordination Office Progress Reports|
|1||20||Utah MX Coordination Office Progress Reports (Cont.)|
|1||21||Utah MX Coordination Office Progress Reports (Cont.)|
|1||22||Utah MX Coordination Office Progress Reports (Cont.)|
|1||23||Utah MX Coordination Office Progress Reports (Cont.)|
|1||24||Utah MX Coordination Office Work Program for Planning and Coordination|
|1||25||Utah MX Coordination Office Work Program for Planning and Coordination (Cont.)|