Records of the Legislative Commissions
The Center for Legislative Archives has records of the legislative commissions listed below. Each commission's link will take you to its organization authority record in the National Archives' Catalog, which provides more information. To view descriptions of the commission's records, click on the link(s) under "Role(s)" in the organization authority record.
Most of the Center's records are located at the National Archives building in Washington, DC. Detailed contact information can be found at the bottom of each description record in the Catalog.
Please contact the Center by phone at (202) 357-5350 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org if the commission you are looking for is not included in this list.
Note: Records of legislative branch commissions are accessioned under the provisions of the Federal Records Act. Records of the legislative branch are not subject to the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act. Each commission determines its own access policy. Some are open very soon after the records are transferred to the Center; others remain closed for a longer period. All the records must be screened for sensitive information. Contact the Center for access information on the legislative commission that interests you.
Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission (FCIC) (2009-2011)
Also known as FCIC
Medicare Payment Advisory Commission (1997- )
Also known as Medicare Payment Advisory Commission (U.S.); MedPAC; Medpac
National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States (2002-2004)
Also known as 9/11 Commission; 9-11 Commission
Additional information on the records of the 9/11 Commission