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RG-0378: Economic Development Administration

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Title Number/Filename
Records of the Office of the Assistant Secretary DAA-0378-2014-0001
Records of the Public Affairs Division DAA-0378-2014-0004
Records of the Office of the Legislative Affairs Division DAA-0378-2014-0005
Records of the Office of the Chief Counsel DAA-0378-2014-0006
Office of Finance and Management Services DAA-0378-2014-0007
Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Regional Affairs DAA-0378-2014-0008
Office of Performance and National Programs DAA-0378-2014-0009
Records of the Trade Adjustment Assistance for Firms Program DAA-0378-2014-0010
Records of the Office of Innovation and Entrepreneurship DAA-0378-2014-0011
Obsolete Records of Economic Development Administration (EDA) DAA-0378-2014-0012
Six Economic Development Administration (EDA) Regional Offices DAA-0378-2014-0013
Economic Development Administration (EDA) Website Records DAA-0378-2014-0014
Public Works Project Case Files N1-378-90-001
Technical Assistance Program Records N1-378-92-001
Public Works Project Case Files N1-378-95-001
Public Works Case Files N1-378-96-001
Washington National Record Center (WNRC project) (former NN-W) Covering Various Economic Development Administration (EDA) Records at WNRC N1-378-97-001
Legal Subject Files of the Chief Counsel N1-378-99-001
Regional Offices Public Works or Local Public Works Records NC1-378-79-01
Economic Development Administration (EDA) Comprehensive Schedule NC1-378-79-02
Title X Economic Development Act, Payroll Reporting Forms NC1-378-79-03
Economic Development Administration (EDA) Miscellaneous Records NC1-378-80-01
Economic Development Administration Records NC1-378-81-01
Local Public Works Duplicate Approved Grant Case Files NC1-378-82-01
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