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2002 National Drug Control Strategy

Appendix C. Acknowledgments

Consultation
Members of the Senate

Members of the House of Representatives

Federal Agencies

Governors

Private Individuals and Organizations

Consultation

The Office of National Drug Control Policy Reauthorization Act of 1998 requires the Director of ONDCP to consult with a variety of experts and officials while developing and implementing the National Drug Control Strategy. Specified consultants include the heads of the National Drug Control Program agencies, Congress, state and local officials, citizens and organizations with expertise in demand and supply reduction, and appropriate representatives of foreign governments. In 2001, ONDCP consulted with both houses of Congress and 21 federal agencies. At the state and local level, 58 Governors and Governors-elect were consulted as well as the National Governors' Association, the U.S. Conference of Mayors, and the National Association of Counties. ONDCP also solicited input from a broad spectrum of nonprofit organizations, community anti-drug coalitions, chambers of commerce, professional associations, research and educational institutions and religious organizations. The views of the following individuals and organizations were solicited during the development of the National Drug Control Strategy.

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Members of the Senate

Daniel K. Akaka – HI
Joseph R. Biden – DE
Jeff Bingaman – NM
Christopher Bond – MO
Sam Brownback – KS
Jim Bunning – KY
Ben Nighthorse Campbell – CO
Maria Cantwell – WA
Jean Carnahan – MO
Thomas R. Carper – DE
Max Cleland – GA
Hillary Rodham Clinton – NY
Thad Cochran – MS
Susan M. Collins – ME
Mark Dayton – MN
Mike DeWine – OH
Christopher J. Dodd – CT
Bryon L. Dorgan – ND
Richard J. Durbin – IL
John Edwards – NC
Michael B. Enzi – WY
Russell D. Feingold – WI
Dianne Feinstein – CA
Bill Frist – TN
Bob Graham – FL
Charles E. Grassley – IA
Judd Gregg – NH
Tom Harkin – IA
Orrin G. Hatch – UT
Tim Hutchinson – AR
Kay Bailey Hutchison – TX
James M. Jeffords – VT
Edward M. Kennedy – MA
Herb Kohl – WI
Jon L. Kyl – AZ
Mary L. Landrieu – LA
Patrick J. Leahy – VT
Carl Levin – MI
Joseph P. Lieberman – CT
Mitch McConnell – KY
Barbara A. Mikulski – MD
Patty Murray – WA
Jack Reed – RI
Pat Roberts – KS
Charles E. Schumer – NY
Jeff Sessions – AL
Richard C. Shelby – AL
Arlen Specter – PA
Ted Stevens – AK
Fred D. Thompson – TN
Strom Thurmond – SC
Robert G. Torricelli – NJ
George V. Voinovich – OH
John W.Warner – VA
Paul D.Wellstone – MN

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Members of the House of Representatives

Robert B. Aderholt – AL
Thomas H. Allen – ME
Cass Ballenger – NC
Bob Barr – GA
Joe Barton – TX
Judy Biggert – IL
Rod R. Blagojevich – IL
Henry Bonilla – TX
Dan Burton – IN
Ken Calvert – CA
Howard Coble – NC
Elijah E. Cummings – MD
Danny K. Davis – IL
Jo Ann Davis – VA
Nathan Deal – GA
Ernie L. Fletcher – KY
Benjamin A. Gilman – NY
Robert W. Goodlatte – VA
Porter J. Goss – FL
Kay Granger – TX
Melissa Hart – PA
J. Dennis Hastert – IL
J.D. Hayworth – AZ
John N. Hostettler – IN
Steny H. Hoyer – MD
Duncan L. Hunter – CA
Henry J. Hyde – IL
Johnny Isakson – GA
Ernest J. Istook – OK
Jack Kingston – GA
Mark Steven Kirk – IL
Jim Kolbe – AZ
Tom Latham – IA
Ron Lewis – KY
Frank LoBiondo – NJ
Carrie Meek – FL
John L. Mica – FL
Dan Miller – FL
Sue Myrick – NC
George R. Nethercutt – WA
Anne Meagher Northup – KY
Doug Ose – CA
John E. Peterson – PA
Rob Portman – OH
David E. Price – NC
Harold Rogers – KY
Mike Rogers – MI
Ileana Ros-Lehtinen – FL
Steven R. Rothman – NJ
Bernard Sanders – VT
Janice D. Schakowsky – IL
Pete Sessions – TX
Don Sherwood – PA
Robert R. Simmons – CT
Lamar S. Smith – TX
Mark Souder – IN
John E. Sununu – NH
John E. Sweeney – NY
W. J. “Billy” Tauzin – LA
Todd Tiahrt – KS
Jim Turner – TX
Peter J. Visclosky – IN
Zach Wamp – TN
J.C.Watts – OK
Curt Weldon – PA
Roger F.Wicker – MS
Heather Wilson – NM
Frank R.Wolf – VA

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Federal Agencies

Department of Agriculture
Department of Defense
Department of Education
Department of Health and Human Services
Department of Housing and Urban Development
Department of the Interior
Department of Justice
Department of Labor
Department of State
Department of Transportation
Department of the Treasury
Department of Veterans Affairs
Civil Air Patrol
Corporation for National and Community Service
Small Business Administration
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms
Drug Enforcement Administration
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Joint Task Force 6
National Institute on Drug Abuse
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
U.S. Customs Service
U.S. Forest Service
U.S. Marshals Service
U.S. Secret Service

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Governors

Lincoln C. Almond – RI
Juan Babauta – MP
Roy E. Barnes – GA
Jeb Bush – FL
Sila M. Calderón – PR
Benjamin J. Cayetano – HI
Gray Davis – CA
Howard Dean – VT
Donald T. DiFrancesco – NJ (outgoing)
Michael F. Easley – NC
John Engler – MI
Mike Foster, Jr. – LA
Jim Geringer – WY
James S. Gilmore III – VA (outgoing)
Parris N. Glendening – MD
Bill Graves – KS
Kenny C. Guinn – NV
Carl T.C. Gutierrez – GU
Jim Hodges – SC
John Hoeven – ND
Bob Holden – MO
Mike Huckabee – AR
Jane Dee Hull – AZ
William J. Janklow – SD
Mike O. Johanns – NE
Gary E. Johnson – NM
Frank Keating – OK
Dirk Kempthorne – ID
Angus S. King, Jr. – ME
John A. Kitzhaber – OR
Tony Knowles – AK
Michael O. Leavitt – UT
Gary Locke – WA
Judy Martz – MT
Scott McCallum – WI
James E. McGreevey – NJ
Ruth Ann Minner – DE
Ronnie Musgrove – MS
Frank O’Bannon – IN
Bill Owens – CO
George E. Pataki – NY
Paul E. Patton – KY
Rick Perry – TX
John G. Rowland – CT
George H. Ryan – IL
Mark Schweiker – PA
Jeanne Shaheen – NH
Don Siegelman – AL
Don Sundquist – TN
Jane Swift – MA
Bob Taft – OH
Tauese P.F. Sunia – AS
Pedro P. Tenorio – MP (outgoing)
Charles W. Turnbull – VI
Thomas J. Vilsack – IA
Jesse Ventura – MN
Mark Warner – VA
Robert E.Wise, Jr. – WV

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Private Individuals and Organizations

100 Black Men of America, Inc.
Abt Associates, Inc.
Addiction Research and Treatment Corporation
AFL-CIO
Alcohol and Drug Problems Association of North America
Alliance for Consumer Education
America Cares, Inc.
American Correctional Association
American Enterprise Institute
American Federation of Government Employees
American Federation of Teachers
American Medical Association
American Methadone Treatment Association, Inc.
American Police Command Officers Association
American Psychological Association
American Public Health Association
American Public Welfare Association
American Society of Addiction Medicine
Appalachian State University of North Carolina
Arizona Department of Education
Ken Barun
Peter Bell
Boy Scouts of America
Boys and Girls Clubs of America
Brookings Institution
Caliber Associates
California Narcotics Officers Association
Californians for Drug-Free Youth
Carnegie Mellon University
Carnevale Associates, LLC
Catholic Charities U.S.A.
Center for Media Education, Inc.
Center for Media Literacy
Center for Problem-Solving Courts
Center for Science in the Public Interest
Century Foundation
Child Welfare League of America, Inc.
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
Civic Solutions
Colorado Department of Human Services
Columbia University
Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America
Congress of National Black Churches
Corporate Community
Bob Cote
Council of State Governments
Barry Crane
D.A.R.E. America
Direct Impact
Drug and Alcohol Service Providers Organization of Pennsylvania
  (DASPOP)
Drug Free America Foundation, Inc.
Drug Free Pennsylvania
Drug Watch International
Dupont Associates, PA
Employee Assistance Professionals Association
Employee Health Programs, Inc.
Empower America
Entertainment Industries Council, Inc.
Family Research Council
Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association
Florida Chamber of Commerce
Fraternal Order of Police
Georgia State University Department of Psychology
Girl Scouts of the U.S.A.
Heritage Foundation
Hispanic American Police Command Officer’s Association
Institute for a Drug-Free Workplace
Institute for Social Research
Institute for Youth Development
Institute on Global Drug Policy
International Brotherhood of Police Officers
International City/County Management Association
Iowa Board of Parole
Jewish Council for Public Affairs
Johnson Institute Foundation
Join Together
Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies
Kiwanis International
Legal Action Center
Melvyn Levitsky
Lewin Group
John Linder
Los Alamos Citizens Against Substance Abuse (LACASA)
Major City Chiefs Organization
Maximizing Adolescent Potentials
Miami Coalition
Milton Eisenhower Foundation
William Mockler
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)
Nashville Center for Family Life
National Alliance of State Drug Enforcement Agencies
National Asian Pacific American Families Against Substance Abuse
  (NAPAFASA)
National Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors
National Association of Attorneys General
National Association of Children of Alcoholics (NACOA)
National Association of Counties
National Association of County Behavioral Health Directors
National Association of Drug Court Professionals
National Association of Elementary School Principals
National Association of Native American Children of Alcoholics
  (NANACOA)
National Association of Neighborhoods
National Association of Police Organizations
National Association of Secondary School Principals
National Association of State Alcohol and Drug Abuse Directors
  (NASADAD)
National Association of Student Assistance Professionals
National Black Child Development Institute, Inc.
National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia
  University (CASA)
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
National Center for State Courts
National Center for Tobacco-Free Kids
National Coalition of Hispanic Health and Human Services Organizations
National Conference of State Legislators
National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges
National Crime Prevention Council
National Criminal Justice Association
National District Attorneys Association
National Drug Prevention League
National Families in Action
National Family Partnership
National Federation of State High School Associations
National Governors’ Association
National Hispanic/Latino Community Prevention Network
National Inhalant Prevention Coalition
National Institute of Citizen Anti-drug Policy (NICAP)
National Legal Aid and Defenders Association
National Masonic Foundation for Children
National Mental Health Association
National Narcotics Officers’ Association Coalition
National Opinion Research Center
National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives
National Parents and Teachers Association
National Pharmaceutical Council, Inc.
National Research Council Committee on National Statistics
National School Boards Association
National Sheriffs Association
National Treatment Accountability for Safer Communities
National Treatment Consortium
National Troopers Coalition
National Development and Research Institutes (NDRI)
New York University School of Medicine
Northwestern University Department of Economics and Institute for Policy
  Research
Operation PAR, Inc.
Oregon Partnership
Orthodox Union
Parents' Resource Institute for Drug Education, Inc. (PRIDE)
Partnership for a Drug-Free America
Phoenix House
Physicians for Prevention (PFP)
Police Executive Research Forum
Police Foundation
Prevention, Intervention, and Treatment Coalition for Health
Prevention Think Tank
RAND Drug Policy Research Center
Research Triangle Institute
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Department of Psychiatry
Laurie Robinson
Safe Streets
Sally Satel
Scott Newman Center
Southern Christian Leadership Conference
Substance Abuse Program Administrators Association (SAPAA)
Support Center for Alcohol and Drug Research and Education
Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse
Therapeutic Communities of America
Treatment Accountability for Safer Communities
Troy Community Coalition for the Prevention of Drug and Alcohol Abuse
Union of American Hebrew Congregations
United Methodist Church Washington Episcopal Area
U.S. Conference of Mayors
United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism
University of Arizona
University of California, Los Angeles Neuropsychiatric Institute
University of Chicago
University of Delaware Center for Drug and Alcohol Studies
University of Florida Brain Institute
University of Kentucky Center for Prevention Research
University of Maryland School of Public Affairs
University of Texas at Austin Institute for Advanced Technology
Urban Institute Justice Policy Center
Washington Business Group on Health
Workers Assistance Program
Yale School of Public Health
YMCA of America

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Last Updated: July 9, 2002