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STEELMAN, DEBORAH: Files, 1985-1986


Office of Intergovernmental Affairs, Director


In 1985 the White House reorganized the Office of Political Affairs, and the Office of Intergovernmental Affairs.  Mitchell Daniels joined the White House as Special Assistant to the President, with responsibility for both of these offices.  In March 1985 Debbie Steelman started work at the White House as a detailee from the Environmental Protection Agency to be the director of the Office of Intergovernmental Affairs under Daniels.  She was moved to the White House Staff in April 1985 and remained until she received an appointment to the Office of Management and Budget in February 1986.


Ms. Steelman’s political background was working with then Governor of Missouri John Ashcroft’s campaign.  As of this date, this is the only work product the Library has found for Ms. Steelman.


OA 11789

Federalism Articles (1)-(6)

[United States Conference of Mayors – the Status of Hunger in Cities, 1985]

[California Reagan Press Releases]

[Treasury - Draft Chapter - Federalism Principles]

Treasury Backup Data (1)-(3)

[Consequences of the Repeal of State and Local Tax Deductibility under the U.S. Personal Income Tax]

[Federal Income Tax Deductibility of State and Local Taxes – Draft Paper]

Treasury Technical Papers

[HUD – Report on the Homeless and Emergency Shelters May, 1984]

December Agency Issues (1)-(3)

Central File Project

The Fair Labor Standards Act and State and Local Governments May 2, 1985

[Intergovernmental Regulatory Relief Act of 1985 – Testimony] (1)(2)

[Chron File, 04/02/1985-04/03/1985]

[Chron File, 04/04/1985] (1)-(3)

[Chron File, 04/05/1985-04/29/1985]

[Chron File, 04/30/1985-05/30/1985]