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Annual and anniversary reports

Between 1975 and 2006, the FEC published an Annual Report to the President and Congress that described the agency's administration and enforcement of the law during the preceding year. Beginning in 2007, the Commission consolidated its Annual Report with its Performance and Accountability Report (PAR) to provide a single account of the agency's activities for each fiscal year.

In addition to its Annual Reports and PARs, the Commission published reports to mark its 10th, 20th and 30th anniversaries. For its 40th anniversary, the agency produced a timeline that highlights significant events in the FEC's history.

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