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Jack Faucett Associates, Damian J. Kulash, vice president, letter and
enclosures dated March 12, 1976, to Congressman Mazzoli...

648
Jackson, Paul R., Construction Co., Inc., letter dated December 11, 1975,

re WMATA minority contracting practices, to Congressman Stuckey-- 384
Library of Congress—“Washington Area Metro Rail System : Perspective

and Alternatives,” study and report by Jack Faucett Associates, Inc-- 543–634
Memorandum of Law—"Set-Aside" program of the Small Business Act-- 406
New York Times, article entitled “Washington Transit Project Boom for
Minority Builders," dated January 9, 1971.--

1628
Notice of requirement for submission of affirmative action plan to insure
minority enterprise opportunity, November 5, 1974.-

427
Office of Minority Development, Charles A. Dowdy, Director:

Letter and attachments, dated September 24, 1975, to Hon. Sterling

Tucker, Chairman, District of Columbia City Council, showing con-
tract awards.---

423
Letter dated November 12, 1975, to Rev. Douglas Moore, District of
Columbia City Council...

430
Revised portions of affirmative action language in construction documents. 430
Sierra Club, Metropolitan Washington group, Rhea L. Cohen, statement
re Faucett report to Library of Congress on Metro---

1632
Soloman, Neil, secretary of Health and Mental Hygiene, State of Mary-

land, letter dated September 24, 1975, to Harry R. Hughes, secretary,
Maryland Department of Transportation---

666

Staff summary of cost changes from GAO report to Senator Byrd..

698

Tucker, Hon. Sterling, Chairman of the Board, WMATA, letter dated

November 26, 1975, to Hon. William T. Coleman, Jr., Secretary of

Transportation

667

Voice of Informed Community Expression, John B. Duncan, president, let-

ter dated March 1, 1976, to Congressman Mazzoli..

690

WMATA:

Affirmative Action Plan for Employees, February 17, 1972--

418

Graham, Jackson, General Manager:

Letter and enclosure dated May 29, 1975, to Congressman Stuckey,

re construction program and funding-

281

Letter and attachments dated May 30, 1975, to Congressman
Mazzoli, re construction program and funding--

283
Letter dated November 7, 1975, to Delegate Fauntroy, re contract
awards to minority contractors -

429
Letter dated December 29, 1975, and enclosure to subcommittee
chairmen

1628

Quenstedt, Warren :

Letter to Congressman Harris re fuel contracts, including Exxon

agreements

305-312

Regional Rapid Rail Transit System map-

4

Resolutions of the Board of Directors :

October 31, 1974..

426

November 14, 1974.

422

Staff report of March 1975, including Cresap and GAO reports--- 129-273

Washington Area Construction Industry Task Force-regular attendance

list as of October 17, 1975.

401

Washington Association of Volunteer Entrepreneurs, articles of in-

corporation

407

Washington Building and Construction Trades Council, AFL-CIO, John

R. Quackenbush, secretary-treasurer, letter dated March 10, 1976, to

Congressman Mazzoli.

692

Washington Post, article dated March 4, 1976, entitled “Area Road Pollu-
tion Control Held Weak”_

1633

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FUEL CONTRACTS

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MINORITY AND SMALL CONTRACTORS
Available minority contractors.--

377
Availability and adequacy of programs and resources to aid minority
contractors

393

Billing procedures and payments.

389

Bonding

390, 393, 398, 410

Change order delays.

413

Contracting methods.

393

Federal intervention

416

Financing

398

Financing Resource Center --

409

Goods for minority contractors.

388

Joint venture contracts.--

380, 381

Late payments to subcontractors.

411

Legal actions..

417

Local minority contractors.

392

Metro awards and minority contractors.

394

Minority Contractors Resource Center.

396

Minority contracts..

388, 400

Prices to minority contractors.

376

Problem areas..

400

Problems in dealing with WMATA.

374
Problems of minority contractors..

375
Recommendations to assist minority contractors.

378, 390, 395
SBA 8-A set-asides.---

397
Set-aside contracting program.

388
Small contractor's problems.

382
Suppliers prices.-

382, 414
Union practices.-

398
Union relations.

376
Washington area construction industry task force----

399
Washington Association of Volunteer Entrepreneurs.

399
WMATA awards dollar value----

389
WMATA awards to minority contractors.

380, 397
WMATA goals re minority contracts---

398
WMATA policy re minority contractors

383

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