The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has issued annual reports in several forms.
- From 1916 through 1998, it sent Congress Annual Reports that reviewed the FTC’s previous fiscal year activity and provided descriptions of cases.
- From 1999 through 2001, its Performance Reports to the Office of Management and Budget also served as the Commission’s Annual Report. The FTC continues to publish a modified version of this report, the Performance and Accountability Report, annually.
- In 2002, the FTC began to publish Chairman’s Annual Reports that describe the Commission’s achievements during the previous year.
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