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Government Documents on Enron Corporation
The late 2001 collapse of energy trader Enron Corporation sent shockwaves through the nationīs financial markets and caused political turmoil.Enronīs problems have resulted in court cases and numerous governmentalinvestigations of Enronīs activities. These governmental investigations arecreating and will continue producing tremendous volumes of print informationand multimedia resources. This guide will provide annotated descriptionsand links to these steadily growing government information resources onEnron. Purdue Libraries holding print resources from these agencies are inthe ENGR, HSSE, & MEL Libraries. Government documents call numbers for these agencies are also included in these entries.
Arthur Andersen Indictment-March 7, 2002 (Courtesy-FindLaw)
Indictment issued in the U.S. District Court-Southern District of Texas.
Bush Administration Corporate Governance Reform Proposals
C-SPANīs Enron Investigation Archive
www.cspan.org/ (Do a search for "Enron" to produce relevant webcasts.)
Produced by the Cable Public Affairs Network, this resource has webcasts of CSPAN programs on Enron including congressional committee investigative hearings and links to relevant federal regulatory agency websites.
Commodity Futures Trading Commission
MEL Y 3.C 73/5:
This U.S. Government agency is responsible for regulating commodities trading.
Enron Case Information-U.S. District Court Southern District of Texas
Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board
Agency responsible for promoting accounting principles used by federal government agencies.
Federal Election Commission
HSSE DOC Y 3.EL 2/3:
Agency responsible for regulating federal election campaigns.
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
ENGR E 2
This agency, part of the U.S. Dept. of Energy, is responsible for setting and
regulating interstate energy commodity prices.
FindLawīs Enron Page
Justice Department Enron Trial Exhibits and Releases (2006)
Securities and Exchange Commission
MEL SE 2
Federal agency regulating stock and other securities transactions.