Subject file category FG 22 contains materials pertaining to the Department of Labor. The principal correspondents are Peter Brennan, Steve Bull, Arthur Burns, James Cavanaugh, Dwight Chapin, Kenneth Cole, Charles Colson, John Ehrlichman, Robert Finch, Peter Flanigan, James Hodgson, Henry Kissinger, Herbert Klein, Fred Malek, Daniel P. Moynihan, Patrick O'Donnell, David Parker, Jonathan Rose, Donald Rumsfeld, George Shultz, Maurice Stans, William Timmons, Gerald Warren, Rose Mary Woods, and Ronald Ziegler.
The terms Executive and General precede each FG 22 file designation. Executive items include communications among national, state, and local governments and their agencies, members of Congress, and other prominent correspondents. Items designated General include communications between government officials and private citizens and institutions, including letters sent by members of the general public requesting the President or the Secretary of Labor for speaking engagements.
The types of materials filed under FG 22 include letters and memoranda, printed materials, and newspaper clippings. When a document includes several subjects or could be requested under several similar file categories, the White House Central Files placed cross reference notations on the document.
Related subject categories and subcategories include:
FG 6-3 Council of Economic Advisors
FG 6-16 Office of Management and Budget
FG 12 Department of the Treasury
FG 21 Department of Commerce
FG 23 Department of Health, Education, and Welfare
FG 231 United States Tariff Commission
LA 2 Conditions-Employment-Unemployment
PR 7-1 Engagements-Appointments Granted
SP 7 Request for Speakers
TA 4/31 Tariff-Imports/Shoe Imports
FG 22 DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
Included in the Executive files of category FG 22 is correspondence concerning employment and unemployment statistics and programs such as the reorganization of the Manpower Administration, the Computer Job Bank System, pensions for veterans and senior citizens, welfare, and assistance for Vietnam veterans. Also included in the Executive files is correspondence concerning an increase in the minimum wage and its impact on employment opportunities, statistics concerning the Consumer Price Index and the Wholesale Price Index, and budget information. There is also correspondence concerning the Council of Economic Policy, the Oil Import Task Force, and Domestic Council Committees on Welfare Reform Planning and Veterans Services. The Executive files also include information concerning strikes by various labor unions. Guest lists for White House social activities are periodically found in the Executive files.
The General files include several letters requesting the President or a staff member to speak before various organizations around the country. In addition, there are several letters concerning requests and references for positions within the Administration. The General files also include correspondence concerning the transfer of Department of Labor field agencies, the National Right to Work Committee, and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
FG 22/A DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
The Executive files include several presidential nominations for Cabinet and staff positions. In addition, there are also several letters of resignation from staff members and replies from the President.
The General files include only a news release announcing the nomination of Peter J. Brennan for Secretary of Labor.
FG 22-1 SECRETARY AND STAFF OFFICIALS
FG 22-2 DEPUTY-UNDER SECRETARY
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FG 22-3 ASSISTANT SECRETARIES
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FG 22-4 FEDERAL CONTRACT COMPLIANCE, OFFICE OF
This subcategory includes correspondence concerning moving the Federal Contract Compliance Office out of the Department of Labor.
FG 22-4/A FEDERAL CONTRACT COMPLIANCE, OFFICE OF
This subcategory includes correspondence concerning swearing-in ceremonies for John Wilks as Director of the Office of Federal Contract Compliance and Deputy Assistant Secretary of Labor for Compliance.
FG 22-5 BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS
This subcategory includes information on the Wholesale Price Index and Consumer Price Index. Also, unemployment and wage statistics are included.
FG 22-5/A BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS
This subcategory includes the letter of resignation of Geoffrey H. Moore, Commissioner of Labor Statistics.
FG 22-6 MANPOWER ADMINISTRATION
This subcategory includes correspondence concerning the reorganization of the Manpower Administration, employment and unemployment statistics, and information regarding regional offices.
FG 22-6/A MANPOWER ADMINISTRATION
This subcategory includes information on the nomination of three regional Manpower administrators.
FG 22-6-1 APPRENTICESHIP AND TRAINING, BUREAU OF
FG 22-6-2 EMPLOYMENT SECURITY, BUREAU OF
FG 22-6-2-1 U.S. EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
FG 22-6-3 WORK TRAINING PROGRAMS, BUREAU OF
FG 22-6-3-1 NEIGHBORHOOD YOUTH CORPS
This subcategory includes correspondence concerning the reorganization and funding of the Neighborhood Youth Corps.
FG 22-7 PRESIDENT'S REVIEW COMMITTEE ON FEDERAL EMPLOYEE-MANAGEMENT RELATIONS
FG 22-8 WAGE AND LABOR STANDARDS ADMINISTRATION
FG 22-8-1 EMPLOYEES' COMPENSATION, BUREAU OF
FG 22-8-2 LABOR STANDARDS, BUREAU OF
FG 22-8-2/A LABOR STANDARDS, BUREAU OF
FG 22-8-3 WOMEN'S BUREAU
This subcategory includes correspondence concerning the fiftieth anniversary of the Women's Bureau and issues concerning women in the workplace.
FG 22-8-3/A WOMEN'S BUREAU
This subcategory includes correspondence concerning nominations for director of the Women's Bureau.
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