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Cablegate: Doj Request for Documents Relating to Certain Army

This record is a partial extract of the original cable. The full text of the original cable is not available.

UNCLAS AMMAN 005653

SIPDIS

STATE FOR L/EB - KEITH LOKEN
STATE ALSO FOR NEA/ARN - AMY SCHEDLBAUER

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: AINF AMGT IZ JO
SUBJECT: DOJ REQUEST FOR DOCUMENTS RELATING TO CERTAIN ARMY
CONTRACTS (S/S 200407863)

REF: STATE 85902

1. Post has collected seven documents relating to the LOGCAP
contract and will preserve them until otherwise instructed.

A brief description of the preserved documents as requested
in Reftel follows:

--E-mail message from Richard P. Collins to Patricia A.
Lieberman, dated March 29, 2004
Subject: baghdad support.doc

--E-mail message from Jeanine E. Jackson to Thomas M. Young,
dated March 27, 2004
Subject: FW Updated Docs for Baghdad

--E-mail newsletter sent by Gail E. Germano to "Good Ideas
Workshop Participant List," dated March 17, 2004
Subject: What A/CAI Has Been Up To

--E-mail message from Jeanine E. Jackson to Thomas M. Young,
dated March 4, 2004
Subject: Amman Support

--E-mail message from Frank C. Urbancic to David M. Hale,
dated March 1, 2004
No Subject

--E-mail message from Marjorie R. Phillips to Thomas M.
Young, dated February 22, 2004
Subject: PMIs

--E-mail message from Jeanine E. Jackson to Thomas M. Young,
dated February 11, 2004
Subject: RE: Iraq Support Unit Cable

2. Post regrets delay of this submission which we thought
had gone out at the time just prior to the World Economic
Forum meeting at the Dead Sea in mid-May. We apologize for
any inconvenience this may have caused.
GNEHM

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