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United States Department State
Washington, D.C. 20520
August 21, 2018
Case No. F-2017-15330
Segments: H-0006, S/ES-0006, S/ES-0007,
S/ES-0008, S/ES-0009
Mr. Sean Dunagan
Judicial Watch 038 Boltz Drive
Fort Collins, 80525
Dear Mr. Dunagan: refer our letter dated June 2018, under the Freedom oflnformation Act (the FOIA), U.S .C.
552. The Department has located additional 249 documents responsive your request, which
have determined may released full, 189 may released part, and must denied full
pursuant FOIA Exemptions and U.S.C. 552 (b)(5) and (b)(6). enclosure explains the FOIA exemptions and other grounds for withholding material. Where
have made excisions, the applicable FOIA exemptions are marked each document. All non-exempt
material that reasonably segregable from the exempt material released the enclosed pages. you have any questions, you may contact Assistant U.S. Attorney Scott Sroka, (202) 252-7113
scott.sroka@usdoj.gov. Please sure refer the case number, F-2017-15330, and the civil action
number, 17-cv-02489, all correspondence about this case.
Sincerely,
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0ffice Information Programs and Services
Enclosures: stated.
The Freedom Information Act USC 552)
FOlA Exemptions
(bXJ)
1nforma.tion specifically aulhorized executive order kept secret the interest
national defense foreign policy. Executive Order 13526 includes the following
classification categories:
l.4(a) Military plans, systems, operations
1.4 (b) Foreign government information
L4(c) Intelligence activities, sources methods, cryptology .4(d) Foreign relations foreign activities the US, including confidential sources
1.4(e) Scientific, technological, economic matters relating national security,
including defense against tTaDsnatiooal terrorism
1.4(f) U.S. Government programs for safeguarding nuclear materials facilities .4(g) Vulnerabilities capabilities systems, installations, infrastructures, projects,
plans, protection services relating national security, including defense
against transnational terrorism
I.4(h) Weapons mass destruction
(b)(2)
Related solely the internal personnel rules and practices agency X3)
Specifically exempted from disclosure statute other than USC 552), for example:
ARMSEXP
CIA PERS/ORG
EXPORT CONTROL
FSACT
INA
IRAN
Arms Export Control Act, 50a USC 2411(c)
Central Intelligence Agency Act 1949, USC 403(g)
Export Administration Act 1979, USC App. Sec. 241 l(c)
Foreign Service Act 1980, USC 4004
Immigration and Nationality Act, USC 1202(f), Sec. 222(f)
Iran Claims Settlement Act, Public Law 99-99, Sec. 505
(bX4)
Trade se:crets and confidential commercial financial information
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Interage:ncy intra-agency communications forming part ofthe deliberative process,
attomey-dient privilege attorney work product
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Personal. privacy information
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Law enforcement information whose disclosure would:
(A) interfere with enforcement proceedings
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Geologi and geophysical information and data, including maps, concerning wells
Other Grounds for Withholding
Material! not responsive FOIA request excised with the agreement the requester
UNCLASSIFI_ED U.S. Department StateObtained
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ADAMS, David
ADAMS David
Principal
Podesta Group
Full Name:
Last Name:
First Name:
Job Title:
Company:
Business:
Home:
Mobile:
[RELEASE PART 86[
202-879-9325 [DTJ
E-mail:
E-mail Display As:
dadams@podesta.com
David Adams
Web Page:
www.podestagroup.com
Personal e-mail:
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UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department State Case No. F-2017-15330 Doc No. C06556089 Date: 08/21/2018
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From:
Sent:
To:
Subject:
Vignarajah, Krishanti

Friday, March 2012 9:47
Shepherd, Nadia ; Newman, Stephanie
; Cook, Joyce ; Goodman,
Jared 
RE: Message for Deputy Secretary Nides
Ill put this his book for the wknd.
[RELEASE PART B6[
From: Shepherd, Nadia
Sent: Thursday, March 08, 2012 4:15
To: Vignarajah, Krishanti; Newman, Stephanie Cook, Joyce Goodman, Jared
Subject: FW: Message for Deputy Secretary Nides
Please log. printed copy out for tom already.
From: Missi Tessier [mailto:tessier@podestagroup.com]
Sent: Thursday, March 08, 2012 3:43
To: Shepherd, Nadia
Subject: Message for Deputy Secretary Nides
Ms. Shepherd, following meeting the Deputy Secretary had with Tony Podesta and several
months ago about the role private international development contractors implementing and increasing
foreign assistance. wanted make sure that the Deputy Secretary was aware the attached letter the
President. Several member companies the Professional Services Council and/or the Coalition International
Development Companies submitted their applications the Global Development Council the 2/24 deadline
for consideration. There are some great candidates choose from among these companies. Their hope
simple: that the for-profit sector will get seat two the table, contribute this important work. Many
thanks for considering this request.
All the best,
Missi Tessier
Missi Tessier Principal
Podesta Group 1001 Street, Suite 900 East, Washington, 20001
202.879.9375 (d)
~c) tessier@podesta.com www.podesta.com
UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department State Case No. F-2017-15330 Doc No. C06591532 Date: 08/21/2018
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From:
Sent:
To:
Subject:
Verveer, Melanne

Friday, June 15, 2012 9:10
Verveer, Philip 
FW: Dinner Invitation from Heather Tony Podesta
You should go. Its the neighborhood an1
lweII have pasta, sure.
Melanne Verveer
Ambassador Large for Global Womens Issues
U.S. Department State
2201 Street NW, Room 6805
Washington, 20520
Tel: (202) 647-7283
Fax: (202) 647-7288
VerveerMS@state.gov
[RELEASE PART BJ
From: Keitt, Valerie
Sent: Thursday, June 14, 2012 2:22
To: Verveer, Melanne
Subject: FW: Dinner Invitation from Heather Tony Podesta
From: Rebecca Moore [mailto:rmoore@podesta.com]
Sent: Thursday, June 14, 2012 2:22
To: Verveer, Philip Keitt, Valerie
Subject: Dinner Invitation from Heather Tony Podesta
Plii{ .Jvt.efanne
J-featfier Tony Poaesta
request tlie y{easure your comyany for dinner tlieir
liome Wer nesaay, Ju{y
7:ooym CocktaiCs 8:ooym Dinner
honoring
.Ambassador Chan :J{eng Chee
Ambassador Clian lias reyresentec( Singayore
UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department State Case No. F-2017-15330 Doc No. C06591533 Date: 08/21/2018
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vVasliington, since 1996. P{ease join lionoring lier
yrior lier return Singayore.
]{SliP:rnioore@_pod:esta.coni
.Jld:d:ress: 2438 Be6nont ]{oad:, ..NVV
.Jlttire: Business
Rebecca Moore Scheduler Tony Podesta
Podesta Group
202.879.9312 (d)
1001 Street, Suite 900 East, Washington, 20001
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Irmoore@podesta.comIwww.podestagroup.com
The information contained this transmission attorney privileged and/or confidential information intended for the use the individual entity named
above. the reader this message not the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any dissemination, distribution copying this
communication strictly prohibited.
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From:
Sent:
To:
Cc:
Subject:
Attach:
Baker, Katherine 
Tuesday, July 10, 2012 11:40
Kirshner, Josh ; Haggard, Maureen
; Kowalski, Joseph

Meier, Michael ; Costner, Steven
; Morimoto, Sha ;
Wagner, Alex CIV OSD POLICY 
Clearance Requested COB: BCL for meeting with Textron
Stephen Rademaker.docx; 2012.07.09 Textron BCL v2.doc
All,
[RELEASE FULLj
Please provide comments and clearance the attached BCL for Acting Under Secretary Gottemoellers meeting
with Stephen Rademaker from the Podesta Group and Textron representatives. working with DoD clarify
the highest level Textrons engagement there, otherwise this document includes L/PM and OSD comments
and clearance.
Responses are appreciated COB today.
Josh, you have any more information about who will attend this meeting aside from Mr. Rademaker?
Please let know you have any questions.
Many thanks,
Katherine
Sensitive
This email UNCLASSIFIED.
UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department State Case No. F-2017-15330 Doc No. C06591541 Date: 08/21/2018
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!RELEASE FULLI
Stephen Rademaker; Principal
With wide-ranging experience working national security issues the White
House, the State Department, and the Senate and House Representatives,
Stephen Rademaker advises the Podesta Groups international clients. Among his
accomplishments public service, had lead responsibility, House staffer,
for drafting the legislation that created the Department Homeland Security.
Serving Assistant Secretary State from 2002 through 2006, Stephen
headed various times three bureaus the State Department, including the
Bureau Arms Control and the Bureau International Security and
Nonproliferation. directed the Proliferation Security Initiative, well
nonproliferation policy toward Iran and North Korea, and led strategic dialogues
with Russia, China, India and Pakistan. also headed delegations the 2005
Review Conference the Parties the Treaty Nonproliferation Nuclear
Weapons, well many other international conferences.
Stephen concluded his career Capitol Hill 2007, serving Senior Counsel
and Policy Director for National Security Affairs for then-Senate Majority Leader
Bill Frist (R-TN). this role, Stephen helped manage all aspects the legislative
process relating foreign policy, defense, intelligence and national security.
earlier served Chief Counsel for the House Select Committee Homeland
Security the House Representatives and Deputy Staff Director and
Chief Counsel the House Committee International Relations.
During President George Bushs administration, Stephen served General
Counsel the Peace Corps, Associate Counsel the President the Office
White House Counsel, and Deputy Legal Adviser the National Security
Council. After leaving government 2007, Stephen continued serve the
representative the United Nations Secretary-Generals Advisory Board
Disarmament Matters, and was subsequently appointed House Republican
Leader John Boehner (R-OH) the Commission the Prevention
Weapons Mass Destruction Proliferation and Terrorism. Stephen received the
Officers Cross the Order Merit from the government Poland 2009.
has bachelors, Juris Doctor and masters foreign affairs from the University Virginia.
Source: Podesta Group website: http://www.podesta.com/talent/stephen-rademaker
UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department State Case No. F-2017-15330 Doc No. C06591543 Date: 08/21/2018
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From:
Sent:
To:
Subject:
Attach:
Haggard, Maureen 
Tuesday, July 10, 2012 5:31
Baker, Katherine 
FW: Clearance Requested COB: BCL for meeting with Textron
Stephen Rademaker.docx; 2012.07.09 Textron BCL v2.doc
KatherinePlease see edits and substantive question the attached BCL.
Sorry for the delay. Clear for D(B) with these edits.
[RELEASE FULLj
Maureen
Maureen Haggard
Special Assistant
Office the Deputy Secretary
Tel: (202) 647-5290
From: Baker, Katherine
Sent: Tuesday, July 10, 2012 11:40
To: Kirshner, Josh Haggard, Maureen Kowalski, Joseph
Cc: Meier, Michael Costner, Steven Morimoto, Sho Wagner, Alex CIV OSD POLICY
Subject: Clearance Requested COB: BCL for meeting with Textron
All,
Please provide comments and clearance the attached BCL for Acting Under Secretary Gottemoellers meeting
with Stephen Rademaker from the Podesta Group and Textron representatives. working with DoD clarify
the highest level Textrons engagement there, otherwise this document includes L/PM and OSD comments
and clearance.
Responses are appreciated COB today.
Josh, you have any more information about who will attend this meeting aside from Mr. Rademaker?
Please let know you have any questions.
Many thanks,
Katherine
Sensitive
This email UNCLASSIFIED.
UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department State Case No. F-2017-15330 Doc No. C06591550 Date: 08/21/2018
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[RELEASE FULLj
Stephen Rademaker; Principal
With wide-ranging experience working national security issues the White
House, the State Department, and the Senate and House Representatives,
Stephen Rademaker advises the Podesta Groups international clients. Among his
accomplishments public service, had lead responsibility, House staffer,
for drafting the legislation that created the Department Homeland Security.
Serving Assistant Secretary State from 2002 through 2006, Stephen
headed various times three bureaus the State Department, including the
Bureau Arms Control and the Bureau International Security and
Nonproliferation. directed the Proliferation Security Initiative, well
nonproliferation policy toward Iran and North Korea, and led strategic dialogues
with Russia, China, India and Pakistan. also headed delegations the 2005
Review Conference the Parties the Treaty Nonproliferation Nuclear
Weapons, well many other international conferences.
Stephen concluded his career Capitol Hill 2007, serving Senior Counsel
and Policy Director for National Security Affairs for then-Senate Majority Leader
Bill Frist (R-TN). this role, Stephen helped manage all aspects the legislative
process relating foreign policy, defense, intelligence and national security.
earlier served Chief Counsel for the House Select Committee Homeland
Security the House Representatives and Deputy Staff Director and
Chief Counsel the House Committee International Relations.
During President George Bushs administration, Stephen served General
Counsel the Peace Corps, Associate Counsel the President the Office
White House Counsel, and Deputy Legal Adviser the National Security
Council. After leaving government 2007, Stephen continued serve the
representative the United Nations Secretary-Generals Advisory Board
Disarmament Matters, and was subsequently appointed House Republican
Leader John Boehner (R-OH) the Commission the Prevention
Weapons Mass Destruction Proliferation and Terrorism. Stephen received the
Officers Cross the Order Merit from the government Poland 2009.
has bachelors, Juris Doctor and masters foreign affairs from the University Virginia.
Source: Podesta Group website: http://www.podesta.com/talent/stephen-rademaker
UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department State Case No. F-2017-15330 Doc No. C06591551 Date: 08/21/2018
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From:
Sent:
To:
Cc:
Subject:
Attach:
Rinks, Ethan 
Wednesday, July 11, 2012 5:04 Duty ; ; T_SpecAssts

PM-AS-Staff-Assistants-DL ;
Baker, Katherine ; Lawrence, James
; PM-WRA-DL 
RE: Update BCL for meeting with Textron Representatives
Stephen Rademaker.docx; Textron BCL.doc
Attached the PM/WRA drafted BCL for meeting with Stephen Rademaker.
Please contact Staffers with any questions.
Thanks,
Ethan
[RELEASE FULLI
Ethan Rinks
Staff Assistant
U.S. Department State
Bureau Political-Military Affairs
2201 Street, NW, Room 6312B
Washington, 20520 1(202)647-6604
RinksEA@state.sgov.gov
Sensitive
This email UNCLASSIFIED.
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[RELEASE FULL[
Stephen Rademaker
Podesta Group
With wide-ranging experience working national security issues the White
House, the State Department, and the Senate and House Representatives,
Stephen Rademaker advises the Podesta Groups international clients. Among his
accomplishments public service, had lead responsibility, House staffer,
for drafting the legislation that created the Department Homeland Security.
Serving Assistant Secretary State from 2002 through 2006, Stephen
headed various times three bureaus the State Department, including the
Bureau Arms Control and the Bureau International Security and
Nonproliferation. directed the Proliferation Security Initiative, well
nonproliferation policy toward Iran and North Korea, and led strategic dialogues
with Russia, China, India and Pakistan. also headed delegations the 2005
Review Conference the Parties the Treaty Nonproliferation Nuclear
Weapons, well many other international conferences.
Stephen concluded his career Capitol Hill 2007, serving Senior Counsel
and Policy Director for National Security Affairs for then-Senate Majority Leader
Bill Frist (R-TN). this role, Stephen helped manage all aspects the legislative
process relating foreign policy, defense, intelligence and national security.
earlier served Chief Counsel for the House Select Committee Homeland
Security the House Representatives and Deputy Staff Director and
Chief Counsel the House Committee International Relations.
During President George Bushs administration, Stephen served General
Counsel the Peace Corps, Associate Counsel the President the Office
White House Counsel, and Deputy Legal Adviser the National Security
Council. After leaving government 2007, Stephen continued serve the
representative the United Nations Secretary-Generals Advisory Board
Disarmament Matters, and was subsequently appointed House Republican
Leader John Boehner (R-OH) the Commission the Prevention
Weapons Mass Destruction Proliferation and Terrorism. Stephen received the
Officers Cross the Order Merit from the government Poland 2009.
has bachelors, Juris Doctor and masters foreign affairs from the University Virginia.
Source: Podesta Group website: http://www.podesta.com/talent/stephen-rademaker
UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department State Case No. F-2017-15330 Doc No. C06591554 Date: 08/21/2018
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From:
Sent:
To:
Subject:
Verveer, Philip

Wednesday, July 11, 2012 5:35
Alston, Avis ; Bhardwaj, Manu

FW: IFTA Meeting Request
Have heard anything further about this meeting request for next week?
From: Verveer, Philip
Sent: Tuesday, June 26, 2012 10:33
To: Bhardwaj, Manu
Subject: Fw: IFTA Meeting Request
[RELEASE PART B6[ should discuss.
From: Claudia James [mailto:james@podestagroup.com]
Sent: Tuesday, June 26, 2012 07:38
To: Verveer, Philip
Cc: Alston, Avis David Barmore ; Elizabeth Sage 
Subject: Re: IFTA Meeting Request would pleased meet with your colleagues. Thanks much.
From: Verveer, Philip [mailto:VerveerPL@state.gov]
Sent: Tuesday, June 26, 2012 06:17
To: Claudia James
Cc: Alston, Avis ; David Barmore; Elizabeth Sage
Subject: RE: IFTA Meeting Request
Claudia
Good hear from you. scheduled Panama July 17-19. would happy arrange for colleagues take the meeting
that would useful from your perspective.
Phil
From: Claudia James [mailto:james@podestagroup.com]
Sent: Tuesday, June 26, 2012 1:50
To: Verveer, Philip
Cc: Alston, Avis David Barmore; Elizabeth Sage
Subject: IFTA Meeting Request hope all well with you. would like request meeting behalf Jean Prewitt, President and CEO the
Independent Film Television Alliance (IFTA) for Tuesday, July Wednesday, July 18. IFTA the trade
association for independent producers and distributors film and television the U.S. and abroad. Their over
150 members produce more than 75% the films made each year the United States and contribute over 400
independent films and countless hours television annually. IFTAs membership includes well-known
independent film companies, such LIONSGATE, The Weinstein Company, and Lakeshore International. the
last years, the Academy Award winners for Best Picture have been produced and/or distributed IFTA
UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department State Case No. F-2017-15330 Doc No. C06591556 Date: 08/21/2018
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member companies, including this years The Artist. would like discuss the Internet Governance issue and the upcoming World Conference International
Telecommunications Dubai.
Thank you for your consideration. colleague, David Barmore, will follow-up this request.
Best,
Claudia
Claudia James Principal
Podesta Group
202.879.9310 (d)
1001 Street, Suite 900 East, Washington, 20001
Ijames@podestagroup.comIwww.podestagroup.com
The information contained this transmission attorney privileged and/or confidential information intended for the use the individual entity named
above. the reader this message not the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any dissemination, distribution copying this
communication strictly prohibited.
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From:
Sent:
To:
Cc:
Subject:
Attach:
Boese, Wade 
[RELEASE FULLj
Thursday, July 12, 2012 10:36
Flores, Michael  Duty ; Schneider, Grant
; McIntosh, Valerie
; Kirshner, Josh 
Rademaker BCL
BCLforRademakerTextron07162012. doc; Stephen Rademaker. docx
Mike,
Here the final cleared BCL for Roses meeting Monday with Rademaker and reps from Textron.
Wade
Wade Boese
Chief Staff
Office the Under Secretary State
for Arms Control and International Security
Room 7208
(202) 647-6634
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Stephen Rademaker
Podesta Group
[RELEASE FULLj
With wide-ranging experience working national security issues the White
House, the State Department, and the Senate and House Representatives,
Stephen Rademaker advises the Podesta Groups international clients. Among his
accomplishments public service, had lead responsibility, House staffer,
for drafting the legislation that created the Department Homeland Security.
Serving Assistant Secretary State from 2002 through 2006, Stephen
headed various times three bureaus the State Department, including the
Bureau Arms Control and the Bureau International Security and
Nonproliferation. directed the Proliferation Security Initiative, well
nonproliferation policy toward Iran and North Korea, and led strategic dialogues
with Russia, China, India and Pakistan. also headed delegations the 2005
Review Conference the Parties the Treaty Nonproliferation Nuclear
Weapons, well many other international conferences.
Stephen concluded his career Capitol Hill 2007, serving Senior Counsel
and Policy Director for National Security Affairs for then-Senate Majority Leader
Bill Frist (R-TN). this role, Stephen helped manage all aspects the legislative
process relating foreign policy, defense, intelligence and national security.
earlier served Chief Counsel for the House Select Committee Homeland
Security the House Representatives and Deputy Staff Director and
Chief Counsel the House Committee International Relations.
During President George Bushs administration, Stephen served General
Counsel the Peace Corps, Associate Counsel the President the Office
White House Counsel, and Deputy Legal Adviser the National Security
Council. After leaving government 2007, Stephen continued serve the
representative the United Nations Secretary-Generals Advisory Board
Disarmament Matters, and was subsequently appointed House Republican
Leader John Boehner (R-OH) the Commission the Prevention
Weapons Mass Destruction Proliferation and Terrorism. Stephen received the
Officers Cross the Order Merit from the government Poland 2009.
has bachelors, Juris Doctor and masters foreign affairs from the University Virginia.
Source: Podesta Group website: http://www.podesta.com/talent/stephen-rademaker
UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department State Case No. F-2017-15330 Doc No. C06591563 Date: 08/21/2018
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Valmoro, Lona

Thursday, September 20, 2012 6:38
bchang@podesta.com
Re: UNGA: Cyprus invitation
From:
Sent:
To:
Subject:
No, cant attend. pretty sure regretted already.
From: Ben Chang [mailto:bchang@poclesta.com]
Sent: Thursday, September 20, 2012 06:01
To: Valmoro, Lona
[RELEASE PART B6j
Subject: UNGA: Cyprus invitation
Lona,
Hello again hate bother you with this, but wanted ask you very briefly about the attached invitation for
the Secretary also just left you forlorn sounding voicemail).
Cyprus the occasion its Presidency the and the anniversary its independence has invited
concert event New York the margins UNGA Wednesday 9/26 Lincoln Center. But they delivered
the paper invitation USUN for forwarding .it would not surprising never actually made your
office. So, they have asked just check: was received, and there any chance she cou attend? have feeling know the answer but have check!
Thanks much,
Ben
Ben Chang Principal
Podesta Group
202.448.5226 (d)
1001 Street, Suite 1000 West, Washington, 20001
~---~
(c) bchang@podestagroup.comIwww.podestagroup.com
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named above. the reader this message not the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any dissemination, distribution copying this
communication strictly prohibited.
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From:
Sent:
To:
Cc:
Subject:
Attach:
John Caliste
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Wednesday, November 2012 4:53
Tony Podesta 
ambefbaglej
Rebecca Edgar ; Bums,
Deborah 
Re: USDC Follow-up
[RELEASE PART B6j
GeneralDynamicsProposal .docx
Thanks very much, Tony. will reach out Geoff and Greg for meeting. sent Jay Johnson million proposal late April, and have not heard from him. There was
another fellow the meeting, but not sure was Kendal. Weve waited this long, can wait until
January for good news.
Best,
John Wed, Nov 2012 3:57 PM, Tony Podesta  wrote:
Elizabeth, John
Here are few updates. Will keep you posted know more others.
BP- have shared information with both Geoff Morrell and Greg Saunders and there interest
meeting. You should reach out them directly and would recommend, best approach, that you
meet with them the same time. Gregs email greg.saunder~
land Geoffs
G.~.9.ff:Mm:r~t1
General Dynamics understand that your point contact has been Jay Johnson. What the level engagement there? Have you sent him letter that hasnt responded have you met with him
and considering? can put you touch now with Kendall Pease, Vice President Government
Affairs and Communications, possible wait few months, their incoming CEO who have strong relationship with, starts January and may very well have interest this project. Please
let know where things stand with Jay Johnson and how you would like handle going
forward.
Best,
Tony
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Tony Podesta
Office: 202-879-9300
Cell:[
podesta@podesta.com.
1001 St. NW, Suite 1000 West
Washington, 2000
John Caliste
Campaign Director
Foreign Affairs Museum Council for the United States Diplomacy Center
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April 19, 2012
Mr. Jay Johnson
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
General Dynamics
2941 Fairview Park Drive, Suite 100
Falls Church, 22042-4513
jjohnson@generaldynamics.com
Dear Jay,
Thank you very much for taking the time meet with John Caliste and
Wednesday, April your offices. appreciate your interest and the
information you shared with us. behalf the U.S. Department State, writing request your serious
consideration million gift from General Dynamics support Peace and
Prosperity exhibit and education programs that highlight the issue diplomacy and
security assistance the U.S. Diplomacy Center (USDC)-our nations first
education center dedicated telling the story, teaching the lessons, and preserving
the legacy diplomacy and its role American security. our hope that General Dynamics will join with Secretaries Baker and Kissinger
and our other distinguished partners invest this important project. The
support General Dynamics would used underwrite Peace and Prosperity
educational exhibit focusing the role security assistance, arms control, and
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dedicated Dr. Kissinger.
The Departments concern for maintaining American security home and abroad
one the most crucial goals our diplomats, for General Dynamics.
Yet, few citizens realize how closely diplomacy and security are entwined around
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designers are working create interactives and exhibits that challenge visitors
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find their inner strengths, and the USDC will welcome all step this challenge. you have any questions need additional information, please not hesitate
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Again, thank you for your serious consideration and support the U.S. Diplomacy
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With best regards,
Ambassador Elizabeth Frawley Bagley
Senior Advisor the Secretary State for Special Initiatives
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Thursday, November 2012 :06
Frank Lowenstein 
RE: Sec State Speculation concubine?
From: Frank Lowenstein [mailto:flowenstein@podesta.com]
Sent: Thursday, November 08, 2012 :01
To: Feldman, Daniel
Subject: RE: Sec State Speculation
[RELEASE PART B6[
Yeah and Bakers story the Times today pointed Kerry and had pretty tough quote Susan, theres
that ... shes that tight with the president why dont they just make her NSA?!
From: Feldman, Daniel [mailto:FeldmanDF@state.gov]
Sent: Thursday, November 08, 2012 10:58
To: Frank Lowenstein
Subject: RE: Sec State Speculation
Ouch, that hurts But Indira would the one break it? Doesnt seem officially sanctioned.
From: Frank Lowenstein [mailto:flowenstein@podesta.com]
Sent: Thursday, November 08, 2012 10:55
To: Feldman, Daniel
Subject: FW: Sec State Speculation
Heres the big let down easy leak ...
From: Matt Baker
Sent: Thursday, November 08, 2012 10:45
To: Mark Tavlarides; Frank Lowenstein
Subject: FW: Sec State Speculation
Susan Rice Emerging Top Candidate Succeed Hillary Clinton Indira A.R. Lakshmanan and Flavia Krause-Jackson November 08, 2012 12:01AM
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U.S. Ambassador the United Nations Susan Rice New York.
(Bloomberg) Susan Rice, the U.S. ambassador the United Nations, emerging the favored candidate
succeed Hillary Clinton secretary state, even with the political controversy over her remarks about the fatal Sept.
attack the American diplomatic mission Benghazi, Libya.
Six current former White House officials, who all spoke condition anonymity discuss internal deliberations, said Rice
remains close President Barack Obama and shares many his views foreign policy. They emphasized that the
president hasnt made final decision, and Clinton may remain her post for some months into Obamas second term.
Former White House Chief Staff Bill Daley and other officials said Obamas first move will choosing successor
Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner. also may need find successors Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, Director
National Intelligence James Clapper and U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk, the officials said.
Rice thought the presidents preferred choice over two other strong candidates, Senate Foreign Relations Committee
Chairman John Kerry Massachusetts and National Security Adviser Tom Donilon, according the current and former
administration officials.
Rice, who also worked the presidential campaigns Kerry and former Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis, known
for her strong personality and passionate defense Obamas foreign policy Security Council and inter-agency meetings.
Libyan Assistance
She was advocate U.S. aid Libyan rebels who rose against then-dictator Muammar Qaddafi, and her supporters
say she helped win Security Council support for resolution authorizing international intervention Libya.
Her push for intervention, officials said, might part have been product the failure former President Bill Clintons
administration intervene halt genocide the central African nation Rwanda, when Rice was and serving the
National Security Council staff.
Visiting Rwanda last year with her family after surprise visit Libya, she said, Many heard strong echoes 1994
when Muammar Qaddafi promised that would root out the people Benghazi.
Still, she also has argued that what worked Libya couldnt replicated Syria, where her anti-interventionist line
contrasted with Kerry, who looked more favorably upon the creation humanitarian corridors.
Pugnacious Style the UN, her often pugnacious style has turns been admired and derided, diplomats there say. Behind closed doors, they
say, she pulls punches and uses colorful language get her points across.
She has clashed with Vitaly Churkin, her Russia counterpart, most pointedly over Syria. times their exchanges got personal,
such last year when publicly chided her for unusual outburst and said Syria wasnt issue that could drowned
expletives.
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Friction notwithstanding, she also helped obtain tough 2010 resolutions aimed derailing Irans suspected nuclear
weapons program, which required protracted negotiations with Russian officials, and win membership for the new nation
South Sudan.
High Profile
Still, Rices high profile and relationships with ambassadors from Europe, Russia and China are considered asset,
although she lacks Clintons experience retail politicking and her celebrity presidential candidate, senator and twoterm first lady.
While several officials said Clinton would difficult act follow, many the White House regard Rice the most
recognizable successor and reliable advocate for Obamas positions Iran, Syria and other difficult issues. 47-year-old Stanford University graduate and former Rhodes Scholar, Rice would the second African-American woman serve the top U.S. diplomat she were nominated and confirmed the Senate. She isnt related Condoleezza Rice,
who served George Bushs administration.
Susan Rice, who was National Security Council director and assistant secretary state for African affairs under President
Clinton, joined the Obama campaign 2007 and helped run the foreign policy team advising the candidate.
Controversial Remarks
Two the officials said Rice much closer Obama than Kerry Donilon, putting her the State Department would
ensure that the White House could maintain control over U.S. foreign policy.
Her Sept. remarks Sunday talk shows that the attack the U.S. diplomatic mission Benghazi, Libya, began
peaceful protest that was hijacked militants were considered possible obstacle Senate confirmation and invitation continued attacks the administrations handling the assault.
This weeks elections relieved some though not all those anxieties, said two the officials. These officials observed
that Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney dropped the issue during his third and final debate with Obama, and two
prominent Republicans, former Secretary State Rice and former Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Woitowitz, criticized some the attacks the administration over the issue. addition, said third administration official, the investigations that are under way into the attacks may reveal that Rices
remarks were based preliminary intelligence reports that were revised, and that the anti-Muslim video did play role
inspiring the attacks. contact the reporters this story: Indira AR. Lakshmanan Washington ilakshmanan@bloomberg.net; Flavia KrauseJackson United Nations fjackson@bloomberg.net contact the editor responsible for this story: John Walcott jwalcott9@bloomberg.net
Kenneth Zoeller Associate
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1001 Street, Suite 1000 West, Washington, 20001
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Thursday, November 2012 3:11
Sullivan, Jacob 
RE: Sec State Speculation
Funny. Thats exactly what said Frank Indira. His belief was more geared the half dozen officials
she claimed have spoken rather than that she was the vehicle. But who the hell knows. The senior folks
speak with also seem think will Susan, but with nothing firmly decided yet.
From: Sullivan, Jacob
Sent: Thursday, November 08, 2012 :31
To: Feldman, Daniel
RELEASE PART
Subject: RE: Sec State Speculation
You think this how they chose leak it? Indira? dont think so.
From: Feldman, Daniel
Sent: Thursday, November 08, 2012 10:59
To: Sullivan, Jacob
Subject: FW: Sec State Speculation
Ugh.
From: Frank Lowenstein [mailto:flowenstein@podesta.com]
Sent: Thursday, November 08, 2012 10:55
To: Feldman, Daniel
Subject: FW: Sec State Speculation
Heres the big let down easy leak...
From: Matt Baker
Sent: Thursday, November 08, 2012 10:45
To: Mark Tavlarides; Frank Lowenstein
Subject: FW: Sec State Speculation
Susan Rice Emerging Top Candidate Succeed Hillary Clinton Indira A.R. Lakshmanan and Flavia Krause-Jackson November 08, 2012 12:01AM
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U.S. Ambassador the United Nations Susan Rice New York.
(Bloomberg) Susan Rice, the U.S. ambassador the United Nations, emerging the favored candidate
succeed Hillary Clinton secretary state, even with the political controversy over her remarks about the fatal Sept.
attack the American diplomatic mission Benghazi, Libya.
Six current former White House officials, who all spoke condition anonymity discuss internal deliberations, said Rice
remains close President Barack Obama and shares many his views foreign policy. They emphasized that the
president hasnt made final decision, and Clinton may remain her post for some months into Obamas second term.
Former White House Chief Staff Bill Daley and other officials said Obamas first move will choosing successor
Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner. also may need find successors Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, Director
National Intelligence James Clapper and U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk, the officials said.
Rice thought the presidents preferred choice over two other strong candidates, Senate Foreign Relations Committee
Chairman John Kerry Massachusetts and National Security Adviser Tom Donilon, according the current and former
administration officials.
Rice, who also worked the presidential campaigns Kerry and former Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis, known
for her strong personality and passionate defense Obamas foreign policy Security Council and inter-agency meetings.
Libyan Assistance
She was advocate U.S. aid Libyan rebels who rose against then-dictator Muammar Qaddafi, and her supporters
say she helped win Security Council support for resolution authorizing international intervention Libya.
Her push for intervention, officials said, might part have been product the failure former President Bill Clintons
administration intervene halt genocide the central African nation Rwanda, when Rice was and serving the
National Security Council staff.
Visiting Rwanda last year with her family after surprise visit Libya, she said, Many heard strong echoes 1994
when Muammar Qaddafi promised that would root out the people Benghazi.
Still, she also has argued that what worked Libya couldnt replicated Syria, where her anti-interventionist line
contrasted with Kerry, who looked more favorably upon the creation humanitarian corridors.
Pugnacious Style the UN, her often pugnacious style has turns been admired and derided, diplomats there say. Behind closed doors, they
say, she pulls punches and uses colorful language get her points across.
She has clashed with Vitaly Churkin, her Russia counterpart, most pointedly over Syria. times their exchanges got personal,
such last year when publicly chided her for unusual outburst and said Syria wasnt issue that could drowned
expletives.
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Friction notwithstanding, she also helped obtain tough 2010 resolutions aimed derailing Irans suspected nuclear
weapons program, which required protracted negotiations with Russian officials, and win membership for the new nation
South Sudan.
High Profile
Still, Rices high profile and relationships with ambassadors from Europe, Russia and China are considered asset,
although she lacks Clintons experience retail politicking and her celebrity presidential candidate, senator and twoterm first lady.
While several officials said Clinton would difficult act follow, many the White House regard Rice the most
recognizable successor and reliable advocate for Obamas positions Iran, Syria and other difficult issues. 47-year-old Stanford University graduate and former Rhodes Scholar, Rice would the second African-American woman serve the top U.S. diplomat she were nominated and confirmed the Senate. She isnt related Condoleezza Rice,
who served George Bushs administration.
Susan Rice, who was National Security Council director and assistant secretary state for African affairs under President
Clinton, joined the Obama campaign 2007 and helped run the foreign policy team advising the candidate.
Controversial Remarks
Two the officials said Rice much closer Obama than Kerry Donilon, putting her the State Department would
ensure that the White House could maintain control over U.S. foreign policy.
Her Sept. remarks Sunday talk shows that the attack the U.S. diplomatic mission Benghazi, Libya, began
peaceful protest that was hijacked militants were considered possible obstacle Senate confirmation and invitation continued attacks the administrations handling the assault.
This weeks elections relieved some though not all those anxieties, said two the officials. These officials observed
that Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney dropped the issue during his third and final debate with Obama, and two
prominent Republicans, former Secretary State Rice and former Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Woitowitz, criticized some the attacks the administration over the issue. addition, said third administration official, the investigations that are under way into the attacks may reveal that Rices
remarks were based preliminary intelligence reports that were revised, and that the anti-Muslim video did play role
inspiring the attacks. contact the reporters this story: Indira AR. Lakshmanan Washington ilakshmanan@bloomberg.net; Flavia KrauseJackson United Nations fjackson@bloomberg.net contact the editor responsible for this story: John Walcott jwalcott9@bloomberg.net
Kenneth Zoeller Associate
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1001 Street, Suite 1000 West, Washington, 20001
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Monday, December 10, 2012 2:30
Dorval, Christopher 
RE: meeting next Tuesday
Dorval Bio.docx; Jason bio.docx are not the site ..just Lois and the important agency folks. Here are the bias have for the two
From: Dorval, Christopher
Sent: Monday, December 10, 2012 2:24
To: Bowman, Jason (S/GHI)
Subject: FW: meeting next Tuesday
[RELEASE PART B6j
Hey, just looked for our bias and couldnt find them. Where are they listed our site?
From: Ben Chang [mailto:bchang@podesta.com]
Sent: Monday, December 10, 2012 2:23
To: Bowman, Jason (S/GHI); Dorval, Christopher
Subject: RE: meeting next Tuesday
Jason,
Sorry- sending things too quickly. Adding Chris again.
Steve Northrup colleague here the Podesta Group and the lead working with Dr. Hotez and Baylor
College Medicine. Alas, will not able join and sorry will not get chance meet you this time. hope
thats not problem!
Thanks again,
Ben
From: Bowman, Jason (S/GHI) [mailto:BowmanJJ@state.gov]
Sent: Monday, December 10, 2012 2:20
To: Ben Chang
Subject: RE: meeting next Tuesday
Ben,
What organization Stephen Northrup from?
From: Ben Chang [mailto:bchang@podesta.com]
Sent: Monday, December 10, 2012 2:09
To: Dorval, Christopher
Cc: Seaholm, Rena Bowman, Jason (S/GHI)
Subject: RE: meeting next Tuesday
The bio details are below for clearance for the meeting tomorrow afternoon.
Last name
First name
Middle
DOB
SSN
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Gender
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James
Lee
Residence the way, Chris and Jason yall have little bio blurb you could send this way? not, worries. Thanks!
From: Ben Chang
Sent: Friday, December 07, 2012 3:04
To: DorvalC@state.gov
Cc: SeaholmRM@state.gov; BowmanJJ@state.gov
Subject: Re: meeting next Tuesday
2:30 great thank you.
Will get you clearance info.
Will follow-up separately re: coffee ...
From: Dorval, Christopher [mailto:DorvalC@state.gov]
Sent: Friday, December 07, 2012 01:34
To: Ben Chang
Cc: Seaholm, Rena ; Bowman, Jason (S/GHI) 
Subject: RE: meeting next Tuesday
Ben: 230 work best for Jason and next Tuesday. Please advise.
From: Ben Chang [mailto:bchang@podesta.com]
Sent: Friday, December 07, 2012 12:54
To: Dorval, Christopher
Cc: Seaholm, Rena Bowman, Jason (S/GHI)
Subject: Re: meeting next Tuesday
Thanks much, Chris. has meeting with Robyn Steffen and tech transfer people OSTP 1:30 but otherwise flexible.
Whatever around that that works your side ...
And appreciate the guidance re: Wade!
From: Dorval, Christopher [.Q1g.l[t_g_;_QQ[YgJ(;_@~t.?.tt.~,.Q.QY.]
Sent: Friday, December 07, 2012 11:59
To: Ben Chang
Cc: Seaholm, Rena ; Bowman, Jason (S/GHI) 
Subject: RE: meeting next Tuesday
Ben,
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resident PhD. Lois may may not able attend. copying her Exec Assistant Rena Seaholm. Please
provide with time that works; will need clear him in, you know!! for other folks: you might want reach out Wade Warren AID and inquire whether has someone
NTDs who may wish meet with Dr. Hotez. See contact info below.
Best,
Chris
Wade Warren
Deputy Assistant Administrator
Bureau for Global Health
U.S. Agency for International Development
wwarren@usaid.gov
202-712-0970
From: Ben Chang [mailto:bchang@podesta.com]
Sent: Thursday, December 06, 2012 5:11
To: Dorval, Christopher
Subject: meeting next Tuesday
Chris
thanks for the chat just now.
Heres the skinny: was hoping that you and Lois might willing spend few minutes Tuesday with Dr.
Peter Hotez, who will town from Houston where dean the brand-new National School Tropical
Medicine Baylor College Medicine. (Dr. Hotez expert global health and neglected tropical diseases,
and, addition his duties Baylor College Medicine, also president the Sabin Vaccine Institute.) just hope connect your shop with Dr. Hotez and make sure that you and Lois know him potential
resource. 20-25 minutes max anytime.
And thank you for the other reference points you suggested. couple docs are attached for some additional
background.
And lets find time after that for real catch-up over coffee Thanks again,
Ben
Ben Chang
Principal
Podesta Group
202 .448.5226
1001 Street, Suite 1000 West, Washington, 20001
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Christopher Dorval
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Christopher Dorval currently Senior Advisor, Strategy and External Relations for the Global Health
Initiative the U.S. Department State.
Dorval previously served President Dorval Strategies, Washington, DC-based business that
provided strategic communications, political counsel, media relations and marketing services
commercial, non-government and government entities the and the global marketplace. Clients
include mix Fortune 500, governments and non-profit organizations.
Dorval was appointed President Clinton serve the White House the Director
Communications the National Economic Council under Dr. Laura Tyson, responsible for trade,
economic communications and day-to-day media relations. also served senior
communications advisor under William Daley and Rahm Emanuel the Naft:a war room;
White House spokesman the Summit the Americas 1994 for Mack McLarty, and senior
White House counsel USTR Ambassador Charlene Barshefsky the first WTO Ministerial
1996. was appointed President Clinton the Vice President Communications the
Export-Import Bank under the leadership former Goldman-Sachs partner, Kenneth Brody.
Previous public and political service includes five years Chief Staff the House Majority
Leader the Oregon Legislature, senior staff positions four presidential campaigns and dozens state legislative and issues campaigns. Dorval was senior press and communication advisor
for then Governor Clinton Little Rock the primary and general election, and then the
transition. Dorval also advised Senator Chris Dodd (D-CT) his 2008 presidential bid and
advised Missouri Secretary State Robin Carnahan her bid for the Senate.
Dorval graduate School Foreign Service Georgetown University and the Kennedy
School Government Harvard University, and has been adjunct professor the Elliott
School oflnternational Affairs George Washington University. serves the Board
Trustees the National Building Museum; the National Advisory Board the McGovern
Library and Center for Public Service; and the Junior Tennis Champion Center College Park.
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[RELEASE FULL] Jason Bowman, PhD
AAAS Science Policy Fellow
Prior beginning his AAAS Science Policy fellowship the Office the Global
AIDS Coordinator, Dr. Jason Bowman completed research fellowship the
National Institute Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) the laboratory
Dr. Jeffrey Cohen. While there, developed and evaluated novel preventive and
therapeutic vaccine technologies for human herpes viruses using non-human
primate models infection. addition, developed immunologic assays
screen for zoonotic transmission primate herpes viruses humans who are
frequent contact with monkeys.
Prior working NIAID, Jason completed fellowship Harvard Medical
School, Brigham and Womens Hospital, studying bio-threat pathogens
collaboration with labs the United States Army Medical Research Institute for
Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID). During this time, developed reverse genetic
systems isolate and characterize anti-viral escape mutants. Jason earned his
Ph.D. virology from Harvard Graduate School Arts and Sciences, studying
basic mechanisms viral gene regulation the laboratory Dr. Priscilla
Schaffer. received his Bachelor Science degree microbiology from the
Pennsylvania State University, where was involved student government and
HIV/AIDS peer education and testing.
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Tuesday, December 11, 2012 11:45
Quam, Lois 
Bowman, Jason (S/GHI) ; Seaholm, Rena

230 Baylor meeting today
BCMNSTM concept paper.pdf; 2012_NY Times_Hotez.pdf;
2012 _BMJ_Hotez. pdf
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Lois,
Thanks for kicking off the meeting with Dr. Peter Hotez today 230 before you head USAID. Jason our
medical expert will carry the ball from there; will just parasite ...
See Ben Changs note and attached data the new National School Tropical Medicine.
From: Ben Chang [mailto:bchang@podesta.com]
Sent: Thursday, December 06, 2012 5:11
To: Dorval, Christopher
Subject: meeting next Tuesday
Chris -thanks for the chat just now.
Heres the skinny: was hoping that you and Lois might willing spend few minutes Tuesday with Dr.
Peter Hotez, who will town from Houston where dean the brand-new National School Tropical
Medicine Baylor College Medicine. (Dr. Hotez expert global health and neglected tropical diseases,
and, addition his duties Baylor College Medicine, also president the Sabin Vaccine Institute.) just hope connect your shop with Dr. Hotez and make sure that you and Lois know him potential
resource. 20-25 minutes max anytime.
And thank you for the other reference points you suggested. couple docs are attached for some additional
background.
And lets find time after that for real catch-up over coffee Thanks again,
Ben
Ben Chang Principal
Podesta Group
202.448.5226 (d)
1001 Street, Suite 1000 West, Washington, 20001
(c) bchang@podestagroup.com www.podestagroup.com
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Section Pediatric Tropical Medicine
Sabin Vaccine Institute Texas Childrens Center for Vaccine Development
Concept Paper for
Advancing Global Health Technologies for Neglected Tropical Diseases
Overview: The neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) are group chronic parasitic and related
infections that, together with malaria, represent the most common infections the worlds poorest
people. Tropical diseases directly impact global health and highlight poverty because their adverse
effects pregnancy outcomes, child development and intellect, and worker productivity the worlds
low- and middle-income countries. New evidence also indicates hidden burden tropical diseases
the poorest parts the United States, including South Texas.
Currently, there educational entity devoted the tropical diseases the United States North
America. However, the United Kingdom the London School Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the
Liverpool School Tropical Medicine have conducted related research and educational programs for
more than century. Our aim complement these international efforts with the unique partnership
three premier organizations located the United States: Baylor College Medicine, Texas Childrens
Hospital, and Sabin Vaccine Institute. June 2011, Baylor College Medicine formally announced the appointment Peter Hotez, M.D.,
Ph.D., its faculty. world renowned expert pediatric infectious diseases, tropical medicine, and
vaccines, Dr. Hotez will lead the new vaccine development program Texas Childrens Hospital and
Baylor College Medicine beginning August 2011. also will serve founding dean the School
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School Tropical Medicine Baylor College Medicine Tropical Medicine BCM, head the new Section Tropical Diseases the BCM Department
Pediatrics, and hold the Texas Childrens Hospital Endowed Chair Tropical Pediatrics.
Mission Statement the School Tropical Medicine Baylor College Medicine the first school the United States dedicated solving the worlds most pressing tropical disease
issues, will:
discover, develop, and deliver new generation appropriate technologies (i.e., vaccines, drugs,
and diagnostics) for the worlds major tropical diseases, NTDs, malaria, and other neglected
infections poverty.
shape public policy support the delivery novel and cost-effective technologies for tropical
diseases affecting the poorest people low income countries.
train the next generation global health scientists and global healthcare providers the area
tropical medicine.
Educating Health Care Professionals: The School Tropical Medicine will create new diploma and
degree programs, including Diploma Tropical Medicine (DTM) and the program Tropical
Medicine for Nurses and allied health professionals. There also will new Master Science programs translational biotechnology and vaccine development, and Ph.D. programs global health
technologies and tropical medicine. The School also will establish unique ward for tropical diseases
the affiliated Ben Taub Hospital the Texas Medical Center; the first its kind the United States. parallel these efforts Baylor College Medicine Houston, Texas, education and training site
for tropical diseases will established Latin America. Today, Latin America approximately 120
million people live less than per day. Almost all the 100 million lowest income people are
infected with one more tropical diseases, and studies have found that the disease burden from tropical
diseases exceeds that HIV/AIDS infection. With course offerings based the Baylor College
Medicine, the School Tropical Medicine will establish unique regional training site serve
Mesoamerica, Mexico and Central America. partnership with the Sabin Vaccine Institute and Texas Childrens Hospital, these education programs
will compliment already established relationship that SVI has with The Universidad Aut6noma
Yucatan (UADY) for developing Chagas disease and leishmaniasis vaccines. UADY under
consideration lead site for educating healthcare professionals Latin America under the auspices
the School Tropical Medicine and currently has research supported the Carlos Slim Institute for
Health. The BCM education emphasis will placed building capacity for diagnosis, public health
control tropical diseases, and clinical research training.
Leadership: The School Tropical Medicine will under the primary leadership Dr. Hotez who
will serve the founding Dean, well Maria Elena Bottazzi, Ph.D., Associate Dean. Dr. Hotez
elected member the Institute Medicine the National Academies, external board comprising
leading academic and industrial scientists. this time, potential board members include Retired Major General Philip Russell, M.D., Ph.D.,
former director, Walter Reed Army Institute Research; Mirta Rosas Periago, M.D., director, Pan
American Health Organization World Health Organization (WHO); Anthony Fauci, M.D., director
National Institute Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and the National Institutes Health (NIH);
Gary Nabel, M.D., Ph.D., director, NIH Vaccine Research Center; Roger Glass, M.D., Ph.D., director,
NIH Fogarty International Center; Roberto Tapia-Conyer, M.D., M.P.H., director, Carlos Slim Institute
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School Tropical Medicine Baylor College Medicine
Health; Jeffrey Sachs, M.A., Ph.D., director, Earth Institute Columbia University; Paul Farmer, M.D.,
Ph.D., chair Global Health, Harvard University; director, Partners Health; Jim Kim, M.D., Ph.D.,
president, Dartmouth College; Alan Fenwick, OBE, director, Schistosomiasis Control Initiative (SCI);
professor, Imperial College London; Regina Rabinovitch, M.D., M.P.H., director, Global Health
Infectious Diseases, Gates Foundation; Mr. Mort Hyman, chairman the board, Sabin Vaccine Institute.
Major References:
Hotez PJ. 2008. Training the next generation global health scientists: school appropriate
technology for global health. PLoS Negl Trop Dis e279.
Hotez PJ. 2008. Neglected infections poverty the United States America. PLoS Negl Trop Dis;
e256.
Hotez 2010. national school tropical medicine and neglected infections poverty North
America. PLoS Negl Trop Dis e735.
Hotez PJ, Pecoul 2010. Manifesto for the control and elimination the neglected tropical diseases.
PLoS Negl Trop Dis e718.
Hotez PJ, Ferris MT. 2006. The antipoverty vaccines. Vaccine 24: 5787-99.
Hotez PJ, Molyneux DH, Fenwick Kumaresan Ehrlich Sachs Sachs JD, Savioli 2007. Control
ofneglected tropical diseases. Engl Med 357: 1018-27.
Hotez PJ, Bottazzi ME, Franco-Paredes Ault SK, Roses Periago 2008. The neglected tropical
diseases Latin America and the Caribbean: review estimated disease burden and distribution and
roadmap for control and elimination. PLoS Neg] Trop Dis 2008; e300.
Hotez PJ, Fenwick Savioli Molyneux DH. 2009. Rescuing the bottom billion through control
neglected tropical diseases. Lancet 373: 1570-5.
Hotez PJ, Bethony JM, Diemert DJ, Pearson Loukas 2010. Developing vaccines combat
hookwonn infection and intestinal schistosomiasis. Nat Rev Microbiol 814-26.
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Tropical Diseases: The New Plague Poverty PETER HOTEZ
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1e, 2012 the United States, 2.8 million children are living households with incomes less than per person per day, bench-
mark more often applied developing countries. additional million Americans live extreme poverty. the Gulf
Coast states Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama, poverty rates are near percent.In some the poorer counties Texas, where live, rates often approach percent. these places, the Gini coefficient, measure inequality, ranks high some sub-Saharan African countries.
Poverty takes many tolls, but the United States, one the most tragic has been its tight link with group infections
known the neglected tropical diseases, which ordinarily think confined developing countries.
Outbreaks dengue fever, mosquito-transmitted viral infection that endemic Mexico and Central America, have been
reported South Texas. Then there cysticercosis, parasitic infection caused larval pork tapeworm that leads seizures and epi-
Tropkal I)iseases: The Ne,ir Plague Poverty
lepsy; toxocariasis, another parasitic infection that causes asthma
and neurological problems; cutaneous leishmaniasis, disfiguring
skin infection transmitted sand flies; and murine typhus, bacterial infection transmitted fleas and often linked rodent infestations.
Among the more frightening Chagas disease. Transmitted
kissing bug that resembles cockroach but with the ability feed human blood, leading cause heart failure and sudden
death throughout Latin America. especially virulent scourge
among pregnant women, who can pass the disease their babies. Just last month, the first case congenital Chagas disease the United States was reported.
These are, most likely, the most important diseases youve never heard of.
They disproportionately affect Americans living poverty, and especially minorities, including 2.8 million AfricanAmericans with toxocariasis and 300,000 more people, mostly Hispanic Americans, with Chagas disease. The neglected
tropical diseases thrive the poorer Souths warm climate, especially areas where people live dilapidated housing
cant afford air-conditioning and sleep with the windows open disease-transmitting insects. They thrive wherever there
poor street drainage, plumbing, sanitation and garbage collection, and areas with neglected swimming pools.
Most troubling all, they can even increase the levels poverty these areas slowing the growth and intellectual development children and impeding productivity the work force. They are the forgotten diseases forgotten people, and
Texas emerging epicenter. key impediment eliminating neglected tropical diseases the United States that they frequently unrecognized
because the disenfranchised people they afflict not cannot seek out health care. Even when there clinic community health center impoverished area, often lacks the necessary diagnostic tests, and the staff rarely trained recognize and manage neglected tropical diseases.
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need better diagnostic tests; worm infections like cysticercosis and toxocariasis can often treated effectively with anti parasitics and anti-inflammatories, but they are frequently misdiagnosed.
Finally, need safer and more effective drugs and new licensed vaccines. For instance, there are drugs treat Chagas disease, like benznidazole and nifurtimox, but they are hard procure, often not effective adults after the symptoms
heart disease begin and toxic they cannot taken pregnant women. And unfortunately, with few exceptions like
some promising new dengue vaccines under development
the major pharmaceutical companies see little financial ad-
vantage investing better treatments vaccines for these diseases.
With the looming possibility budget cuts the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and its excellent Parasitic Disease Branch, others will need step up. Texas and the Gulf Coast are home some the countrys greatest universities
and medical schools, and they can bring considerable brainpower bear this problem. Houston, the Sabin Vaccine Institute and Texas Childrens Hospital Center for Vaccine Development have organized research unit develop new vaccines and diagnostics. And Baylor College Medicine created new tropical medicine school teach doctors and other health care providers recognize, diagnose and treat these infections. key component
tropical disease clinic outside Houston where patients show every Friday. recent Friday mornings just over the last
month, the clinics director has treated young woman with cutaneous leishmaniasis, three people with brain lesions from
cysticercosis and middle-aged man with Chagas disease.
While immigration sometimes blamed for introducing neglected tropical diseases into the United States, the real issue
that they are now, varying degrees, also being transmitted within our borders. Without new interventions, they are here stay and destined trap people poverty for decades come. Fifty years ago, Michael Harringtons book The Other
America: Poverty the United States became national best seller. Today more people than ever before live poverty
this country. must now turn our attention the diseases this Other America.
Peter Hotez the dean the National School Tropical Medicine Baylor College Medicine and the president and
director the Sabin Vaccine Institute and Texas Childrens Hospital Center for Vaccine Development.
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EDITORIALS
Fighting neglected tropical diseases the southern
United States
Poverty and lack awareness need tackled
Peter Hotez professor pediatrics and molecular virology and microbiology and dean, National
School Tropical Medicine Baylor College Medicine; Baker Institute fellow disease and
poverty, Rice University; and president and director, Sabin Vaccine Institute and Texas Childrens
Hospital Center for Vaccine Development
Texas Childrens Hospital and Baylor College Medicine, Texas Medical Center, Houston Texas 77030, USA
The neglected tropical diseases are group chronic parasitic
and related infections such hookworm, schistosomiasis,
lymphatic filariasis, Chagas disease, and leishrnaniasis that often
affect the bottom billion Africa, Asia, and Latin America.
Extreme poverty, defined the World Bank average daily
consumption $1.25 0.8; 1.0) less, the main social
factor associated with high prevalence these diseases. The
World Health Organization, the World Bank, and professionals
have advocated strongly for global programmes deliver
packages essential drugs treat the tropical diseases with
the highest prevalence, such tuberculosis and malaria, while
simultaneously developing new improved drugs and
vaccines. Diseases such Chagas disease, cysticercosis,
leishmaniasis, and dengue are listed the tropical diseases
being targeted WHO for control elimination low and
middle income countries. Others, such toxocariasis,
chronic parasitic infection that causes asthma and epilepsy,
and trichomoniasis, sexually transmitted disease associated
with vaginal HIV-1 shedding,7 are not. That these diseases affect
literally millions Americans living poverty, with
prevalence rates selected tropical diseases some areas
the comparable rates low and middle income countries, less well known.
Roughly 15% Americans (46 million people) currently live
below the poverty line defined set income
thresholds that vary family size and composition). Most
are concentrated the American South, especially the Gulf
coast, Mississippi delta, and south Texas. About five years ago began estimate the burden neglected tropical diseases
among those classified poor the American South and
elsewhere the (then roughly 12% Americans-36.5
million people). Most these diseases are not reportable
illnesses the and few surveillance data were available.
However, initial analysis suggested substantial but largely
hidden burden disease the US.
With the recent economic downturn poor Americans have been
getting poorer. recent study from the National Poverty Center
estimated that 1.46 million families, with 2.8 million children
and other members, each live less than day. analysis census data from 2010 indicates that the income
million Americans below one half the poverty level.
Texas has the second largest population all the states and
possibly the largest number Americans living below the
poverty line, with one five Texans living poverty. Tropical
diseases such Chagas disease and cysticercosis are widespread Texas. Poor housing conditions and homelessness promote
exposure selected vector borne tropical diseases, such
dengue and murine typhus. the basis previous experience,
the current outbreak West Nile virus infection Texas will
probably affect homeless people and those living poverty
disproportionate!y.
Exactly how and why poverty inextricably linked neglected
tropical diseases still unclear. low and middle income
countries, these diseases cause perpetuate poverty because their negative impact child development, productivity
workers, and maternal health. Texas and the greater
American South, combination socioeconomic factors linked poverty probably play part. suggested recent New
York Times opinion piece, these factors include dilapidated
housing without adequate insect screens air conditioning,
poor sanitation and plumbing, and absent inconsistent rubbish
collection and street drainage. Such elements, together with
warm and humid climate, create ideal conditions for the spread these diseases. Although immigration undoubtedly accounts
for some imported cases tropical disease North America,
conditions poverty and climate also promote their
transmission within borders. Mother child
transmission neglected diseases such congenital
cytomegalovirus, syphilis, and toxoplasmosis also occurs
disproportionately among the poor and disenfranchised the
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US,8 and recently the first well documented case congenital
Chagas disease was repmted. 2011, new National School Tropical Medicine (NSTMJ
was established the Texas Medical Center Houston,
alongside the Sabin Vaccine Institute and Texas Childrens
Hospital Center for Vaccine Development product development
partnership (PDP) laboratories. The NSTM was partly inspired the Liverpool School Tropical Medicine and the London
School Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, with their ongoing
commitment studying translational medicine relevant the
worlds poor. But Houston has tropical diseases its backyard.
Accordingly, new tropical medicine clinic has been created the NSTM help people living with these diseases.
What needs done deal with the problem tropical
diseases among Americas poor? Firstly, programme
expanded surveillance urgently needed that the burden
these diseases the can accurately determined. More
work needed help understand what contributes disease
transmission and how links with poverty. This will require
collaborative working with federal, state, and local public health
agencies. well regional universities. addition, many
doctors and other healthcare providers cannot recognise and
manage these diseases, training needed. The NSTM now
offers Diploma Tropical Medicine. Finally. new drugs,
diagnostics, and vaccines must developed. Some headway being made with vaccines early stages development, but
more work urgently needed.
Regional efforts alone will not enough. National awareness
must increase tropical diseases. which represent one the
most glaring examples health disparity the today, are tackled properly. bill known the Neglected Infections Impoverished Americans Act (HR 528) was recently
introduced Congress raise awareness this problem
the US.
tests vaccines for neglected tropical diseases: these vaccines are
supported the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Southwest Electric
Energy Medical Research Institute, Carlos Slim Institute Health, Texas
Childrens Hospital, National Institutes Health, Dutch Ministry
Foreign Affairs, Brazilian Ministry Health, Blavatnik Charitable
Foundation, Gary Michelson, and Mrs Mort Hyman, and Howard
Harpster; the Sabin Vaccine Institute headquartered Washington,
also accepts funds for its vaccine advocacy programs from multinational
drug companies, but not for its PDP.
Provenance and peer review: Commissioned: not peer reviewed.
Hotez P,J, Fenwick Savioli Molyneux DH. Rescuing the bottom billion through control neglected tropical diseases. Lancet 2009;373:1570-5
Hotez PJ, Molyneux DH, Fenwick Kumaresan Sachs SE, Sachs JD, al. Control neglected tropical diseases. Engl Med2007;357:1018 27.
WHO. First WHO report neglected tropical diseases: working overcome the global
impact neglected tropical diseases. 2010. www.who.int/neglected_diseases/201 Oreport/
en/index.l1tml
Hotez Enlarging the audacious goal: elimination the worlds high prevalence
neglected tropical diseases. Vaccine 2011 ;29(suppl ):D104-1
Hotez PJ, Wilkins PP. Toxocariasis: Americas most common neglected infection poverty
and l1elminthiasis global importance? PLoS Neg/ Trap Dis 2009;3:e400
Quattrocchi Nicoletti Marin Bruno Druet-Cabanac Preux PM. Toxocariasis
and epilepsy: systematic review and meta.analysis. PLoS Neg/ Trap Dis 2012;6:e1775
Kissinger Amedee Clark RA, Dumestre Theall KP, Myers al. Tricl1omonas
vaginalis treatment reduces vaginal HIV-1 sl1edding. Sex Transm Dis 2009;36:11-6
Hotez PJ. Neglected infections poverty the United States America. PLoS Neg/
Trap Dis 2008;2:e256
Hotez PJ. One world health: neglected tropical diseases flat world. PLoS Neg/ Trap
Dis 2009;3:e405
Denavas.Walt Proctor BO, Smith JC: Department Commerce, Economics and
Statistics Administration; Census Bureau. Income, poverty, and health insurance
coverage the United States: 2010. 2011. www.census.gov/prod/2011 pubs/p60-239
pdf.
National Poverty Center, Gerald Ford School Public Policy, University Michigan
umich .edu/publications/policy_briefs/brief28/policybrief28.pdf
Hotez PJ, Bottazzi ME, Dumonteil Valenzuela JG, Kamhawi
Extreme poverty the United States, 1996 2011. Policy brief 28. 2012. http://npc
Dis 2012;6:e1497
Meyer TE, Bull LM, Cain Holmes Pascua RF, Travassos Rosa Gutierrez CR,
al. West Nile virus infection among the homeless, Houston, Texas. Emerg Infect Dis
2007;13:1500-3
Hotez PJ. Tropical diseases: the new plague poverty. New York Times 2012 August
18. WWN. nyti mes. com/2012/08/19/opi nio n/su11day/tropical-diseases-the-new-plague-ofpoverty.html.
Competing interests: The author has completed the ICMJE uniform
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request from the corresponding author) and declares support from
any organization for the submitted work. PJH the president and
director product development partnership (PDP) that develops and
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disease-Virginia, 2010. MMWR Marb Mortal Wkly Rep 2012;61 :477-9
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Re: Washington Post the Loop
Aside from Tom?
[RELEASE PART Bj next Friday eventually, but trying nail down what
Andy April
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Good morning! Who all leaving from your side mahogany row?
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This week likely bit nutty with all the departures friday. How about next week?
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Hope everyone recovering from the weekends festivities. for coffee, yes! This week nuts, but fairly open next Tues, Wed and Fri (Jan 29, and Feb 1). Any
alignment yalls end?
Also, Maya, looks like will headed your way next Thursday, Jan for meeting with David McKean (am
accompanying our and couple members).
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Would love meet. around and relatively free next week theres time that works for you. Happy
make all can actually find time that works for all our schedules.
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To: Ben Chang; Seiden, Maya Whelan, Moira
Subject: RE: Washington Post the Loop Maya! Ben, thanks for the intro. addition tubas, miffed about the survey cites -from 2010! Sent around the office see the
powers-that-be think worth responding with some our Goooo Foreign Aid! pompoms (for the record,
USG does not officially use this cheerleading analogy, but think could huge with 12-16 year old girls)
Would great grab coffee with you sometime, Maya (and Moira!). cover our economic growth portfolio. last two biogs focused OPIC and TDA, but always looking for ways include economic statecraft
things. For your reading pleasure (btw, Littlefield was tickled the Holiday one and sent around the
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2013s Smart Power Resolution Holiday Gift from OPIC
Cheers,
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Maya, meet Ashley; Ashley, Maya! must have proper intro person sometime soon ...
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Now that everyone has bought into economic statecraft and travel and tourism, well get moving tubas. Can
you imagine how long the FSI course would have be?
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Sometimes hes dodo-head, least writes like one. like the FSOs only got better playing tubas and
timbales ... didnt know knew how play them the first place. Whos got the pen the tuba
initiative?
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Kamen has blurb about State Department USAID fact sheet and budget numbers ...
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Been buried myself, but happily part because yesterdays terrific speech.
Hows next Friday? dare try and align Moiras and Bens calendars too? say yes, but hopeless optimist.
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Sent: Wednesday, February 20, 2013 2:57
To: Ashley Chandler
Subject: RE: Washington Post the Loop
[RELEASE PART 86]
Ok, life bit quieter for now. Should pick this again? Let know when you have time meet up.
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From: Ashley Chandler
Sent: Monday, February 04, 20.k--,1~3~1=1~:0~2~A~M~-~
To: Seiden, Maya
Subject: RE: Washington Post the Loop
Thanks! had blast test-running this type approach.
Today crazy, but free 4:30 chat. Work for you?
From: Seiden, Maya [mailto:SeidenMD@state.gov]
Sent: Friday, February 01, 2013 5:15
To: Ashley Chandler
Subject: RE: Washington Post the Loop
Love the superbowl ad.
Lets chat Monday and try find time.
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Sent: Wednesday, January 30, 2013 5:35
To: Seiden, Maya bchang@podesta.com; Whelan, Moira
Subject: RE: Washington Post the Loop
Nutty putting nicely! Between all the press releases and events, you all are serious overdrive. Tues-Thurs, Feb 5-7 next week pretty open. You?
From: Seiden, Maya [mailto:SeidenMD@state.gov]
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Sent: Sunday, January 27, 2013 9:49
To: Ashley Chandler; bchang@podesta.com; Whelan, Moira
Subject: Re: Washington Post the Loop
This week likely bit nutty with all the departures friday. How about next week?
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Sent: Tuesday, January
To: Seiden, Maya Ben Chang ; Whelan, Moira
Subject: RE: Washington Post the Loop
Hope everyone recovering from the weekends festivities. for coffee, yes! This week nuts, but fairly open next Tues, Wed and Fri (Jan 29, and Feb 1). Any
alignment yalls end?
Also, Maya, looks like will headed your way next Thursday, Jan for meeting with David McKean (am
accompanying our and couple members).
From: Seiden, Maya [mailto:SeidenMD@state.gov]
Sent: Friday, January 18, 2013 4:41
To: Ashley Chandler; Ben Chang; Whelan, Moira
Subject: RE: Washington Post the Loop
Would love meet. around and relatively free next week theres time that works for you. Happy
make all can actually find time that works for all our schedules.
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Sent: Thursday, January 17,
To: Ben Chang; Seiden, Maya Whelan, Moira
Subject: RE: Washington Post the Loop Maya! Ben, thanks for the intro. addition tubas, miffed about the survey cites -from 2010! Sent around the office see the
powers-that-be think worth responding with some our Goooo Foreign Aid! pompoms (for the record,
USG does not officially use this cheerleading analogy, but think could huge with 12-16 year old girls)
Would great grab coffee with you sometime, Maya (and Moira!). cover our economic growth portfolio. last two biogs focused OPIC and TDA, but always looking for ways include economic statecraft
things. For your reading pleasure (btw, Littlefield was tickled the Holiday one and sent around the
board):
2013s Smart Power Resolution Holiday Gift from OPIC
Cheers,
Ash
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From: Ben Chang [mailto:bchang@podesta.com]
Sent: Thursday, January 17, 2013 10:22
To: Seiden, Maya Ashley Chandler; Whelan, Moira
Subject: RE: Washington Post the Loop the way Maya, meet Ashley; Ashley, Maya! must have proper intro person sometime soon ...
From: Seiden, Maya [mailto:SeidenMD@state.gov]
Sent: Thursday, January 17, 2013 10:17
To: Ben Chang; AChandlen Whelan, Moira
Subject: RE: Washington Post the Loop
Now that everyone has bought into economic statecraft and travel and tourism, well get moving tubas. Can
you imagine how long the FSI course would have be?
Sometimes hes dodo-head, least writes like one. like the FSOs only got better playing tubas and
timbales ... didnt know knew how play them the first place. Whos got the pen the tuba
initiative?
From: Seiden, Maya [mailto:SeidenMD@state.gov]
Sent: Thursday, January 17. 2013 10:10
To: Ben Chang; AChandlen Whelan, Moira
Subject: RE: Washington Post the Loop eloquently written ...
From: Ben Chang [mailto:bchang@podesta.com]
Sent: Thursday, January 17, 2013 10:07
To: Ashley Chandler
Whelan, Moira; Seiden, Maya
Subject: Washington Post the Loop
Kamen has blurb about State Department USAID fact sheet and budget numbers ...
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To:
Subject:
Walsh, Matthew 
Monday, April 2013
Ballou-Aares, Daniella 
FW: David McKeans office
Hey remind bring this with you 430. Welcome join youd like. Its the Livestrong folks.
From: Aranthan Jones [mailto:AJones@podesta.com]
Sent: Monday, April 08, 2013 3:07
To: Walsh, Matthew Raddatz, Samantha
Subject: RE: David McKeans office
[RELEASE PART BSI
Hey Matt, worries, problem. Okay, great.
The attendees are below. Many thanks again.
Sincerely,
Name: Loyce LaShawndra Pace
DOB:
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Name: Douglas Edwar Ulman
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State:
Name: Aranthan Steve Jones
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State:
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DOB:
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State:
From: Walsh, Matthew [mailto:WalshMP@state.gov]
Sent: Monday, April 08, 2013 1:03
To: Aranthan Jones; Raddatz, Samantha
Cc: Walsh, Matthew
Subject: RE: David McKeans office
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Aj,
Very sorry for delayed response! just need the full names everyone who will coming your end.
Once you send that list, Ill pre-register everyone speed things when you arrive tomorrow.
Just come the main State Department lobby tomorrow noon (2201 Street NW), pass through security,
and check the main desk. Theyll call and Ill come down and get you. Were reading room 7318,
which our conference room.
See you tomorrow.
Best,
Matt
From: Aranthan Jones [mailto:AJones@podesta.com]
Sent: Monday, April 08, 2013 11:12
To: Walsh, Matthew Raddatz, Samantha
Subject: RE: David McKeans office
Greetings again Matt, hope all well. just wanted follow-up with you reference our meeting tomorrow. Please let know
what information you need from reference security clearance. Many thanks
Sincerely,
From: Aranthan Jones
Sent: Friday, April 05, 2013 8:35
To: WalshMP@state.gov; RaddatzST@state.gov
Subject: Re: David McKeans office
Greetings again Matt,
That wonderful and works perfectly for us. will there 12pm.
Please let know what you need from reference clearance and the room number. Many thanks again.
Sincerely,
From: Walsh, Matthew [mailto:WalshMP@state.gov]
Sent: Friday, April 05, 2013 08:31
To: Aranthan Jones; Raddatz, Samantha 
Subject: Re: David McKeans office
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Would love to. Anytime between and would work.
Matt
From: Aranthan Jones [mailto:AJones@podesta.com]
Sent: Friday, April 05, 2013 06:23
To: Raddatz, Samantha
Cc: Walsh, Matthew
Subject: RE: David McKeans office
Greetings again Samantha,
Thanks much for getting back and completely understand.
Yes, would happy meet With Matt.
Greetings Matt, trust all well. Please let know you would available briefly meet with between 11am and 1pm April 9th.
Many thanks you both.
Sincerely,
From: Raddatz, Samantha [mailto:RaddatzST@state.gov]
Sent: Friday, April 05, 2013
To: Aranthan Jones
Cc: Walsh, Matthew
Subject: RE: David McKeans office AJ,
Unfortunately David isnt able meet next week. Ive copied one our senior policy experts here (Matt Walsh) case youd like schedule meeting with him.
Thank you,
Samantha
From: Aranthan Jones [mailto:AJones@podesta.com]
Sent: Friday, April 05, 2013 4:48
To: Raddatz, Samantha
Subject: RE: David McKeans office
Great! are glad you received and hope that you will able find time the April 9th meet. Many
thanks again
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Sincerely,
From: Raddatz, Samantha [mailto:RaddatzST@state.gov]
Sent: Friday, April 05, 2013 3:01
To: Aranthan Jones
Subject: RE: David McKeans office
Got it!!
From: Aranthan Jones [mailto:AJones@podesta.com]
Sent: Friday, April 05, 2013 2:31