Among the new honorees who were inducted into the Academy of Achievement was Bill Clinton, who also introduced The Genius.
The semi-professional footage has a reasonable video and a mediocre audio quality, but it certainly has documentary merit. As usual in his last years (especially from 2000 onwards), it's fascinating (and sometimes a bit frightening) to see and hear the old man work around his increasing voice limitations - but he was still nailing it, every time again.
Ray, who reputedly 'never' took requests, as always when Clinton was near (cf. Chronology 1994, sub May), started with A Song For You. He followed up with Georgia, on request of the host of the Achievement Summit, Catherine Reynolds. According to their website "Mr. Charles gave a performance of remarkable depth, giving new life to classics such as Route 66 and Georgia on My Mind."
This may imply that the setlist was highly similar to the Trio-gig for the Washington correspondents, two weeks earlier. Who knows, the full concert has survived in the vaults of the Achievement Summit.
For a report on the whole sumptuous 2003 Summit (also with a concert by Aretha Franklin), read this.