Remember the 1989-1992 George HW Bush and Dan Quayle “White House Council on Competitiveness”?
It does not have a website (or even a Wikipedia page – do not confuse other competitiveness councils with the GHW Bush, D Quayle White House Council on Competitiveness, which was dissolved in 1993. (White House webpages, and all others, were in short supply back then, in fact virtually non-existent.)
It also should not be confused with the former White House Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs inside the Office of Management and Budget.
Maybe these will trigger some memories:
New York Times 1991 article: “At Heart of Debate on Quayle Council: Who Controls Federal Regulations,” by Philip J. Hilts, December 16, 1991
Washington Post 1992 article: “QUAYLE’S QUEST: CURB RULES, LEAVE ‘NO FINGERPRINTS'”, by Bob Woodward and David S. Broder January 9, 1992.
Compare with this (and other) 2017 articles on the “White House Office of American Innovation“:
Washington Post 2017 article: “Trump taps Kushner to lead a SWAT team to fix government with business ideas,” by Ashley Parker and Philip Rucker March 26, 2017.
(Note: Search using the article and author names if the above links rot.)