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Fedullo, Charles

Overview
Works: 46 works in 48 publications in 1 language and 48 library holdings
Genres: Personal narratives  Interviews  Anecdotes  History  Oral histories  Interviews (Sound recordings) 
Roles: Author
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works by Charles Fedullo
Karen Perdue is interviewed by Paul McCarthy and Charles Fedullo in Fairbanks, Alaska on November 11, 2002 by Karen Perdue( Recording )

3 editions published in 2002 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Karen Perdue talks about her work as Commissioner of Alaska Dept. of Health and Social Services. She talks about considerations in taking the job, her management style, major issues during her term as Commissioner, and the problems she encountered
Ethan Berkowitz is interviewed by Charles Fedullo in Eagle River, AK on August 24, 2007 by Fred Dyson( Recording )

1 edition published in 2007 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Fred Dyson talks about the excitement surrounding Murkowski taking office as the governor, the prospect of making progress on a number of issues, Murkowski's problems in making the transition from the legislative to executive branch, problems with Murkowski's communication, the choice of Lisa Murkowski for Frank's senate seat, scandals in the administration, Murkowski's plan to fill the fiscal gap, using the permanent fund to fund the government through a Percent of Market Value (PoMV) approach, Randy Ruedrich, the Alaska Oil and Gas Commission, Sarah Palin, stages that Dyson felt he went through during Murkowski's administration, the purchase of Murkowski's jet, the Petroleum Profits Tax (PPT), the rational behind a profits tax instead of a gross tax, the Power Cost Equalization (PCE) bill, the gas line negotiations, breaking off negotiations with TransCanada, and legacies of the administration
Ron Otte is interviewed by Charles Fedullo and Dave Donaldson on November 21, 2002 in Anchorage, Alaska by Ron Otte( Recording )

1 edition published in 2002 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Ron Otte is interviewed by Charles Fedullo and Dave Donaldson on November 21, 2002 in Anchorage, Alaska. Serving as the Commissioner of the Department of Public Safety, Otte found that the department lacked good policy development and an understanding of the budget. He says that when he left, the relationship between the commissioner and the rank and file was better than it had ever been, and acceptance of reponsibility at a regional level had grown
Gregg O'Claray is interviewed by Charles Fedullo, Dave Donaldson and Paul McCarthy in Juneau, AK on November 20, 2006 by Gregg O'Claray( Recording )

1 edition published in 2006 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Side 1 - O'Claray talks about how he originally had no desire to be in public office, how when he took the position the Department of Labor had bee a victim of the political spoils system, misperceptions of the Department of Labor that he needed to clear up, agenda to put together a good management team for the Department to move forward, he did not appoint "political hacks" in division director positions, hired most qualified best people for the job from within the department, discusses managing style, tried to change misperceptions about the department, made Division of Business Partnerships a focal point to entice businesses to do more with the department to fill needs for workers, success of job centers, discusses Worker's Compensation Program, high cost of worker's compensation insurance, goal shift to a results based management approach, aggressive approach encouraged by Governor Murkowski, rolling back the rates in the cost of medical bills, Worker's Compensation Bill, addition of Susan Christiansen as Communications Consultant, and the use of radio messages to reach people
William Corbus is interviewed by Charles Fedullo, Dave Donaldson and Paul McCarthy in Juneau, AK on May 20, 2007 by Mary Louise Corbus( Recording )

1 edition published in 2007 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Part 1 - William Corbus who was Murkowski's Commissioner of Revenue starts off talking about how he joined the Murkowski Administration, conditions of the Department of Revenue, the treasury and tax divisions, Larry Persily, the agenda of the administration, the Petroleum Production Tax (PPT), the Percent of Market Value (POMV), changing the Economic Limiting Factor (ELF) tax, the benefits of the PPT for the state, the gas line, the Stranded Gas Development Act (SGDA), Mid-America, Trans Canada, and negotiating with the Department of Natural Resources (DNR)
Frank and Nancy Murkowski and James F. Clark are interviewed by Charles Fedullo and Dave Donaldson in Juneau, AK on November 20, 2006 by Frank H Murkowski( Recording )

1 edition published in 2006 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Murkowski starts off the interview talking about some tapes of hearings that he has that the UAF archives might be interested in, he goes on to discuss the gas pipeline, Clark mentions the Stranded Gas Development Act, talks about being governor after being in the Senate, lack of leadership in the legislature, Nancy talks about the Percent of Market Value (POMV) plan, people just not listening to the governor's plan, misinterpretation of Knick Arm project and other large projects in Alaska, Gregg Renkes resignation, Murkowski not getting enough credit for his achievements in office such as the increases in education and university funding, Roger Sampson and the incentives program, Murkowski's legacy, what the administration would do differently if they could, and problems of communication
Frank Murkowski is interviewed by Charles Fedullo and Dave Donaldson in Juneau, Alaska on March 25, 2003 by Frank H Murkowski( Recording )

1 edition published in 2003 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Newly sworn in, Governor Frank Murkowski talks about his goals for his first term in office and about what he sees as the greatest problems facing the state of Alaska. Murkowski talks about his decision to leave the U.S. Senate and run for governor, building Alaska's economy through resource expansion, subsistence and predator control, and his goals for the next four years
Mike Irwin is interviewed by Charles Fedullo and Dave Donaldson on November 21, 2002 in Anchorage, Alaska by Mike Irwin( Recording )

1 edition published in 2002 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Mike Irwin is interviewed by Charles Fedullo and Dave Donaldson on November 21, 2002 in Anchorage, Alaska. Irwin served as Commissioner, Department of Community and Regional Affairs. Irwin talks about the role of the DCRA, the Venetie issue, the subsistence issue, and the elimination of the DCRA. Irwin denied an offer of Commissioner for the new Department of Commerce and Economic Development. He says that the native community's feelings about Knowles changed from supportive to less favorable over the course of his administration. Even with the losses on the Venetie and subsistence issues and the dismantlement of DCRA, Irwin doesn't have many disappointments
Joel Gilbertson is interviewed by Charles Fedullo, Dave Donaldson and Paul McCarthy in Anchorage, AK on December 19, 2006 by Joel Gilbertson( Recording )

1 edition published in 2006 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Side 1 - Gilbertson talks about how he started out as Senator Frank Murkowski's Legislative Director in Washington D.C., becoming Commissioner of the Department of Health and Social Services, appointing people to the department, Murkowski's goals for the department, rumors about him not being qualified to be a Commissioner, Personal Care Attendant program, reasons why Murkowski's Administration was not successful, poor communication, artificial budget crisis, the Longevity Bonus, buying the jet, supporting unsuccessful initiatives, Murkowski getting "off message", belief that there are not bad politicians only bad staff people, promoting self-sufficiency for Alaskans through his department, not wasting money on inefficiency, restructuring the department, staying on agenda as crises pop up, people are an important part in restructuring a department, and accomplishments of the department
Larry Persily is interviewed by Charles Fedullo and Dave Donaldson on November 16, 2002 in Juneau, Alaska by Larry Persily( Recording )

1 edition published in 2002 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Larry Persily is interviewed by Charles Fedullo and Dave Donaldson on November 16, 2002 in Juneau, Alaska. Persily, Deputy Commissioner of the Department of Revenue, talks about the difficult relationship between the Legislature and Gov. Knowles. He recognizes Knowles's success in getting Smart Start and Denali Kid Care through the Legislature. Persily saw accomplishments by the Dept. of Revenue primarily in the areas of communication and customer service. He is disappointed with the stubborn mindset of Alaskans who perceive their government as their enemy, while accepting free dividends, and wishes he could have done more to change it
Roger Sampson is interviewed by Charles Fedullo, Dave Donaldson and Paul McCarthy in Juneau, AK on November 21, 2006 by Roger Sampson( Recording )

1 edition published in 2006 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Side 1 - Sampson discusses his reasons for accepting the position of Commissioner of the Alaska Department of Education & Early Development, discusses his management style, goal of shifting the department from a monitoring and compliance agency to a service agency, open door policy to any employee, raising student accountability and partnership, the No Child Left Behind Act, statewide mentoring program for teachers and principals, rate of turnover was lowered as a result of the mentoring program, the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB), problems with grouping handicapped children with the rest of the school population, problems with having the "highly qualified" teacher requirement in Alaska, Teacher Housing programs, Teacher Incentive Legislation, increases in the Public Employee's Retirement System (PERS) and the Teacher's Retirement System (TRS), and his involvement in the Percent of Market Value (POMV) plan
Bruce Botelho is interviewed by Charles Fedullo and Dave Donaldson on November 15-16, 2002, in Juneau, Alaska by Bruce Botelho( Recording )

1 edition published in 2002 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Bruce Botelho is interviewed by Charles Fedullo and Dave Donaldson on November 15-16, 2002, in Juneau, Alaska. Botelho, Attorney General for the State of Alaska, talks about the BP Charter negotiations, Gov. Knowles's attitude towards oil and cruise ship industries, and the Millenium Agreement. He says the Charter ended up as more than an antitrust settlement, with the Federal Trade Commission taking it far beyond where Alaska saw itself as a state with regard to the antitrust issue. Botelho talks about Knowles's recognition of the importance of a strong oil industry, along with diversification, an acknowledgement of declining oil production. However, Knowles had an uneasy relationship with the cruise ship industry, and had no trouble ordering high fines to be paid for pollution and other excesses. Botelho headed the state officials' team on reaching an agreement with tribes, resulting in the Millenium Agreement. The biggest issue was the nature of state and tribal sovereignties. Botelho thinks the Agreement fell short in several respects
Dennis Fradley is interviewed by Charles Fedullo, Dave Donaldson and Paul McCarthy in Anchorage, AK on December 18, 2006 by Dennis Fradley( Recording )

1 edition published in 2006 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Fradley discusses his history with Murkowski and his initial reluctance to manage the Communications Department in the administration, talks about his goals in running the Communications Department, problems with Murkowski's speeches, the changes to the Longevity Bonus and the Constitutional Budget Reserve, working with Ted Stevens, press releases, Murkowski's ideas for stimilating growth of the state, Murkowski's relationship with the media, responses to the public, appointing Lisa Murkowski, running for a second term as governor, Murkowski's accomplishments, Gregg Renkes' resignation, Randy Ruedrich, relationship with the press, TV show "Our Alaska", successes of the Murkowski Administration, and Murkowski's Legacy
Walter Hickel is interviewed by Charles Fedullo with Malcolm Roberts on May 26, 2009 in Anchorage, Alaska by Walter J Hickel( Recording )

1 edition published in 2009 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Walter Hickel talks about choosing Ted Stevens to fill an open Senate seat, not choosing Carl Brady to fill the position, not wanting to appoint someone for political reasons, Stevens understanding Alaska, Edgar Paul Boyko, Elmer Rasmuson, appointing Stevens because he was a survivor, strengths of Stevens, Alaska being the owner state, his appointment as Secretary of the Interior, significant issues during Stevens time in office, the indictment brought against Stevens, coming up to Alaska, and putting whales on the endangered species list when he was Secretary of the Interior and the objections from Kissinger
Don Young is interviewed by Charles Fedullo and Paul McCarthy on May 27, 2009 in Anchorage, Alaska by Don Young( Recording )

1 edition published in 2009 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Congressman Don Young talks about meeting Senator Stevens, development of a relationship with Senator Stevens, becoming friends with Stevens in the Alaska State Legislature and during the election, working together as team to serve Alaskans in Congress, teamwork strategy on passage of the Trans- Alaska Pipeline legislation, passing fishing and the 200-mile limit and Economic Development Zone legislation, how well Senator Stevens shared credit for legislative successes, Senator Stevens' service to Alaskans, corruption trial of Senator Stevens, learning from and helping each other, significant issues Senator Stevens worked on -- fisheries, 8a contracts and ANCSA, Ted Stevens being selected as senator by Governor Wally Hickel, Senator Stevens' political desires, Senator Stevens' temper, Senator Stevens' reaction to the corruption indictment and trial, building military presence in Alaska, Alaska's shift from a Democrat to a Republican state, relationship of Alaskan politics with the national Republican party, legislative disappointments, Senator Stevens' relationship with Senator Frank Murkowski and Senator Mike Gravel, and Senator Stevens' personal and professional tragedies
Deborah Sedwick is interviewed by Charles Fedullo and Dave Donaldson on November 21, 2002 in Anchorage, Alaska by Deborah.? Sedwick( Recording )

1 edition published in 2002 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Deborah Sedwick is interviewed by Charles Fedullo and Dave Donaldson on November 21, 2002 in Anchorage, Alaska. Commissioner of the Department of Commerce and Economic Development, Sedwick went from the private to the public sector. She talks about the Marketing Alaska Initiative, the DCED merger, tourism, and international trade. Sedwick talks about successful programs DCED was involved in, and her disappointment in the Legislature's lack of interest in the department
Shirley Holloway is interviewed by Charles Fedullo and Dave Donaldson on November 15, 2002 in Juneau, Alaska by Shirley Holloway( Recording )

1 edition published in 2002 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Bill Sheffield is interviewed by Charles Fedullo and Paul McCarthy on May 26, 2009 in Alaska by Bill Sheffield( Recording )

1 edition published in 2009 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Bill Sheffield talks about getting to know Senator Stevens, disagreeing on issues, state purchase of the Alaska Railroad, Senator Stevens' contributions to Alaska, funding Alaska projects, bipartisanship, Senator Stevens' temper, Senator Stevens' loss of the election and corruption trial, Senator Stevens' friendship with Bill Allen of VECO, Corp., effect of the trial on the election, Senator Stevens' disappointments, Senator Stevens' legislative and financial accomplishments, oil development in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Senator Stevens' role in the Republican Party, party politics in Alaska, Alaska Native corporations and debt, Senator Stevens' legacy, Senator Stevens' support for his staff, importance of seniority as a senator, and Senator Stevens' future
Bob King is interviewed by Charles Fedullo and Dave Donaldson on March 24, 2003 in Juneau, Alaska by Bob King( Recording )

1 edition published in 2003 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Loren Leman is interviewed by Charles Fedullo, Dave Donaldson and Paul McCarthy in Anchorage, Alaska on December 18, 2006 by Loren Leman( Recording )

1 edition published in 2006 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Side 2 - Leman discusses running for re-election as Lieutenant Governor, appointing people to the Division of Elections, the Help America Vote Act, getting new voting equipment, incident with the contention of results between Kay Brown and Jake Metcalf, the Initiative to change the process of appointments to U.S. Senate vacancies, and the suit filed by the proponents of the Initiative saying the language in the election pamphlets wasn't fully balanced
 
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