Key Deliverables

Key Non-Sensitive1 Deliverables
Exhibit 1 – White Paper on Federalism
Exhibit 2 – Initial Draft of the Federalism FAQ Memorandum
Exhibit 3 – Preliminary Legislative Assessment of HJC Bill
Exhibit 4 – Trafficking in Persons Memorandum
Exhibit 5 – Revised Constitutional/Legislative Work Plan
Exhibit 6 – Analysis of the Counter-terrorism Bureau Bill
Exhibit 7 – Memo on the Changes to the KRG Constitution
Exhibit 8 – Markup of the Changes to the KRG Constitution
Exhibit 9 – Markup of the Baghdad City Bill
Exhibit 10 – Final draft of the Federalism FAQ Memorandum
Exhibit 11 – Analysis of the Christian Personal Status Law
Exhibit 12 – Memo on a Commission Created under Article 106 of the Constitution
Exhibit 13 – Analysis of the Oil and Gas (Hydrocarbon) Bill (HCL)
Exhibit 14 – Memorandum on KRG Provinces Law
Exhibit 15 – HCL Memorandum
Exhibit 16 – Competition Law Memorandum
Exhibit 17 – KRG Law of Governorates Memorandum
Exhibit 18 – Judicial Legislation Activities Memorandum
Exhibit 19 – Annotated Constitutional Amendments
Exhibit 20 – Diyala/Kermanshah Memorandum
Exhibit 21 – Emergency Powers Act Memorandum
Exhibit 22 – Capital Cities Law Memorandum (Arabic)
Exhibit 23 – Summary of the Project‘s Work on Federalism
Exhibit 24 – Report on Travel to Najaf and Meeting with Najaf Grand Ayatollahs
Exhibit 25 – Agenda for the Provincial Authorities Workshop
Exhibit 26 – Report on Provincial Powers Law Conference
Exhibit 27 – Iraq at a crossroads: Constitutional Review Committee fills in gaps
Exhibit 28 – The Relationship between the Law of Governorates and Other Laws
Exhibit 29 – Memorandum on Oil Ministry Removal Claim
Exhibit 30 – Memorandum on Definition of  Senior Official under PPL
Exhibit 31 – Memorandum on Federal Supreme Court Case No. 38 of 2009
Exhibit 32 – PowerPoint on Presidency Council Training (12-8-09) (in Arabic)
Exhibit 33 – PowerPoint on Presidency Council Training (12-22-09) (in Arabic)
Exhibit 34 – LPS PowerPoint Presentation to Secretaries General
Exhibit 35 – Shura Council Digitalization and Modernization Project Proposal
Exhibit 36 – PowerPoint Presentation to e-Iraq Conference (in Arabic)
Exhibit 37 – Legislative Process System Presentation: Goals and Recommendations
Exhibit 38 – Document Identification Schema (LPS requirements of the GOI)
Exhibit 39 – Shura Council Digitization and Modernization Projects (modified)
Exhibit 40 – Memorandum on Iraqi Federation Council – Electoral Issues
Exhibit 41 – Amendments to the Electoral Law of the Kurdistan National Assembly
Exhibit 42 – Review of Political Party Draft Law for Iraq (in English and Arabic)
Exhibit 43 – Memo on Legal Requirements of Election Date for COR Representatives
Exhibit 44 – Memo Analyzing Draft Parliamentary Electoral Law from Tawafuq Bloc
Exhibit 45 – Memo discussing the 2005 COR Electoral Law and Related Issues
Exhibit 46 – Options for Iraq‘s January 2010 Elections (in English and Arabic)
Exhibit 47 – Elections Strategic Plan
Exhibit 48 – Intro to Proportional Representation Seat Distribution Formulae
Exhibit 49 – Handley: The Role of Electoral Districts in Iraq (in English and Arabic)
Exhibit 50 – Elections Legislative Adoption Plan
Exhibit 51 – Marla Morry: Technical Review of 2005 Iraqi Election Law
Exhibit 52 – Handley: Population Data for District Delimitation (in English and Arabic)
Exhibit 53 – Blanc: Designing Proportional Representation (in English and Arabic)
Exhibit 54 – Memo on International Electoral Observation (in English and Arabic)
Exhibit 55 – Discussion Paper on Out-of-Country Voting (in English or Arabic)
Exhibit 56 – 2005 and 2008 Electoral Laws with 2009 Laws (in English and Arabic)
Exhibit 57 – Walecki: Regulating Political Finance in Iraq (in English and Arabic)
Exhibit 58 – Walecki: Political Party Draft Law (in English and Arabic)
Exhibit 59 – Election Technology Legislation and Regulation (in English and Arabic)
Exhibit 60 – Memo on the Effect of Unconstitutionality of Article 15 of Electoral Law
Exhibit 61 – Law on Publication in the Official Gazette, No. 78 (1977)(English)
Exhibit 62 – Preliminary Overview and Evaluation of IHEC Regulation-Making Process
Exhibit 63 – IHEC Authority to Implement Elections Absent an Amended Election Law
Exhibit 64 – Comments, November 8 Law on Amendment to Electoral Law No. 16
Exhibit 65 – Determination of Statistics of Women in 2009 Provincial Councils
Exhibit 66 – Determination of Statistics of Women in 2005 COR
Exhibit 67 – IHEC Regulation on Candidate Registration (translation into English)
Exhibit 68 – Memo on Constitutional Issues in November 23 Electoral Law Amendment
Exhibit 69 – Memo on November 23 Electoral Law Amendment
Exhibit 70 – IHEC Regulation Making Process:Recommendations (English and Arabic)
Exhibit 71 – Achieving Women‘s Political Representation (in English and Arabic)
Exhibit 72 – Assessment of Anti-Corruption Legislation (in English and Arabic)
Exhibit 73 – Analysis of Three Anti-Corruption Draft Bills
Exhibit 74 – Markup of Draft IGs Bill
Exhibit 75 – Markup of Draft COI Bill
Exhibit 76 – Markup of Draft BSA Bill
Exhibit 77 – Analysis of Comprehensive Anti-Corruption Draft Act
Exhibit 78 – Comparative Analysis of Anti-Corruption Framework in Seven Countries
Exhibit 79 – Analysis/review of Iraqi Draft Anti-Corruption Laws
Exhibit 80 –UNCAC and GJPI Recommendations on Regulating Political Funding in Iraq
Exhibit 81 – Legislative Drafting Training Course for the COI
Exhibit 82 – Legislative Drafting Training Course Materials (in Arabic and English)
Exhibit 83 – Legislative Drafting Training PowerPoint (in Arabic and English)
Exhibit 84 – Asset Forfeiture Presentation (PowerPoint)
Exhibit 85 – Corruption: Pressing Questions and New Directions (in English)
Exhibit 86 – Corruption: Pressing Questions and New Directions (in Arabic)
Exhibit 87 – Chapter 1-Mapping Corruption: An Introduction (English and Arabic)
Exhibit 88 – Chapter 2-Choice of Conception Makes a Difference (English and Arabic)
Exhibit 89 – Chapter 3-Methodological Problems of Measurement (English and Arabic)
Exhibit 90 – Chapter 4-Competing Theories of Corruption (English/Arabic)
Exhibit 91 – Chapter 5-Weak Foundations for Anti-Corruption Reform (English/Arabic)
Exhibit 92 – Chapter 6-New Directions in Anti-Corruption Reform (English and Arabic)
Exhibit 93 – Anti-Corruption Course Outline for Week 1 (in English and Arabic)
Exhibit 94 – Anti-Corruption Course Materials for Week 1 (in English and Arabic)
Exhibit 95 – Anti-Corruption Course Outline for Week 2 (in English and Arabic)
Exhibit 96 – Anti-Corruption Course Materials for Week 2 (in English and Arabic)
Exhibit 97 – February 2010 Anti-Corruption Conference Agenda
Exhibit 98 – Op Ed,Mapping corruption: why words make a difference
Exhibit 99 – Op Ed,Combating world’s corruption is a slippery business
Exhibit 100 – Op Ed,Without identifying causes, we cannot combat corruption
Exhibit 101 – Op Ed,Fighting Corruption: Identifying obstacles and new directions
Exhibit 102 – Workshop Transcript ―Anti-Corruption Priorities in Iraq

1Documents deemed to be sensitive by USDOS were provided to CLA but are not attached as exhibits to this public Report.