Department of Commerce

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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE Fourteenth Street and Constitution Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20230Phone, 202-482-2000. Internet, www.doc.gov.SECRETARY OF COMMERCE Donald L. EvansChief of Staff and Counselor to the Alison P. KaufmanSecretaryDeputy Chief of Staff for Policy Christian IsraelDeputy Chief of Staff for Programs Darren GrubbDirector, Office of White House Aimee L. StrudwickLiaisonDirector, Executive Secretariat Fred L. SchwienDeputy Secretary of Commerce (vacancy)Director, Office of Small and (vacancy)Disadvantaged Business UtilizationChief Information Officer Thomas N. Pyke, Jr.Deputy Chief Information Officer Karen HoganGeneral Counsel Theodore W. KassingerDeputy General Counsel Jane T. DanaAssistant General Counsel for Barbara S. FredericksAdministrationAssistant General Counsel for Michael A. LevittLegislation and RegulationAssistant General Counsel for Joan B. MaginnisFinance and LitigationChief Financial Officer and Otto J. WolffAssistant Secretary for AdministrationDeputy Assistant Secretary for (vacancy)AdministrationDirector for Security Richard YamamotoDeputy Director for Security (vacancy)Director, Office of Budget Barbara A. RetzlaffDeputy Director (vacancy)Director for Management and John J. Phelan IIIOrganizationDirector, Office of Civil Rights Suzan J. AramakiDeputy Director (vacancy)Director for Financial Management James L. Taylorand Deputy Chief Financial OfficerDeputy Director for Financial Robert R. BairSystemsDeputy Director for Financial Lisa CasiasPolicyDirector for Human Resources Deborah JeffersonManagementDeputy Director Janet C. HoffheinsDirector for Administrative Services Denise L. WellsDeputy Director James E. Woods, ActingDirector for Acquisition Management Michael S. SadeAssistant Secretary for Legislative Brett Palmer, Actingand Intergovernmental AffairsDirector for Legislative and Karen Swanson-WoolfIntergovernmental AffairsDeputy Assistant Secretary for Brett PalmerTrade LegislationDirector for Intergovernmental Elizabeth DialAffairsInspector General Johnnie E. FrazierDeputy Inspector General Edward L. BlansittCounsel to the Inspector General Elizabeth T. BarlowAssistant Inspector General for Michael SearsAuditingAssistant Inspector General for Anthony D. MayoInvestigationsAssistant Inspector General for Judith J. GordonSystems EvaluationAssistant Inspector General for Jill A. GrossInspections and Program EvaluationsAssistant Inspector General for Jessica RickenbachAdministrationDirector, Office of Public Affairs Ron RonjeanDeputy Directors Lisa Camooso Miller, Patricia WoodwardPress Secretary Dan NelsonDirector, Office of Business Liaison Daniel McCardellDeputy Directors Jennifer Andberg, Brad HesterECONOMICS AND STATISTICS ADMINISTRATIONDepartment of Commerce, Washington, DC 20230Phone, 202-482-3727Under Secretary for Economic Affairs Kathleen B. CooperDeputy Under Secretary (vacancy)Associate Under Secretary for Kim WhiteManagementAssociate Under Secretary for E.R. GregoryCommunicationsChief Economist Keith HallDirector, Bureau of the Census Charles L. KincannonDirector, Bureau of Economic J. Steven LandefeldAnalysisBUREAU OF INDUSTRY AND SECURITYDepartment of Commerce, Washington, DC 20230Phone, 202-482-2721Under Secretary for Industry and Kenneth I. JusterSecurityDeputy Under Secretary Mark FoulonAssistant Secretary for Export Peter LichtenbaumAdministrationAssistant Secretary for Export Julie L. MyersEnforcementECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATIONDepartment of Commerce, Washington, DC 20230Phone, 202-482-2309Assistant Secretary for Economic David A. SampsonDevelopmentDeputy Assistant Secretary David BeardenChief Financial Officer/Chief Mary C. PleffnerAdministrative OfficerINTERNATIONAL TRADE ADMINISTRATIONDepartment of Commerce, Washington, DC 20230Phone, 202-482-3917Under Secretary for International Grant D. AldonasTradeDeputy Under Secretary Timothy J. HauserAssistant Secretary for Import James J. JochumAdministrationAssistant Secretary for Market William H. Lash IIIAccess and ComplianceAssistant Secretary for (vacancy)Manufacturing and ServicesAssistant Secretary for Trade Carlos Poza, ActingPromotion and Director of the U.S. and Foreign Commercial ServiceChief Financial Officer and Linda CheathamDirector of AdministrationChief Information Officer Renee MacklinMINORITY BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AGENCYDepartment of Commerce, Washington, DC 20230Phone, 202-482-5061. Internet, www.mbda.gov.National Director, Minority Business Ronald N. LangstonDevelopment AgencyDeputy Director (vacancy)NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATIONDepartment of Commerce, Washington, DC 20230Phone, 202-482-2985. Internet, www.noaa.gov.Under Secretary for Oceans and Vice Adm. Conrad C. Atmosphere Lautenbacher, Jr., USN(Ret.)Assistant Secretary for Oceans James R. Mahoneyand Atmosphere and Deputy AdministratorDeputy Assistant Secretary for Timothy R.E. KeeneyOceans and AtmosphereDeputy Under Secretary for John J. Kelly, Jr.Oceans and AtmosphereChief Financial Officer/Chief (vacancy)Administrative OfficerAssistant Administrator for William T. HogarthFisheries ServiceAssistant Administrator for Richard SpinradOcean Services and Coastal Zone ManagementAssistant Administrator for Gregory W. WitheeEnvironmental Satellite, Data, and Information ServiceAssistant Administrator for D.L. JohnsonWeather ServiceAssistant Administrator for Richard D. RosenOceanic and Atmospheric ResearchNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION ADMINISTRATIONDepartment of Commerce, Washington, DC 20230Phone, 202-428-1840.Assistant Secretary for Michael D. Gallagher, Communications and ActingInformationDeputy Assistant Secretary Michael D. GallagherChief Counsel Kathy D. SmithAssociate Administrator for Frederick R. WentlandSpectrum ManagementAssociate Administrator for Joseph Watson, Jr.Policy Analysis and DevelopmentAssociate Administrator for Robin R. LaytonInternational AffairsAssociate Administrator for Bernadette A. McGuire-Telecommunications and RiveraInformation ApplicationsAssociate Administrator for Alan VincentTelecommunication SciencesU.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE2121 Crystal Drive, Arlington, VA 22202Phone, 703-305-8341. Internet, www.uspto.gov.Under Secretary for Intellectual Jon W. Dudas, ActingProperty and Director of the U.S. Patent and Trademark OfficeDeputy Under Secretary and Jon W. DudasDeputy DirectorCommissioner for Patents Nicholas P. GodiciCommissioner for Trademarks Anne H. ChasserTECHNOLOGY ADMINISTRATIONDepartment of Commerce, Washington, DC 20230Phone, 202-482-1575Under Secretary for Technology Phillip J. BondDeputy Under Secretary Benjamin H. WuAssistant Secretary for Bruce P. MehlmanTechnology PolicyDirector, National Institute of Arden L. Bement, Jr.Standards and TechnologyDirector, National Technical Ronald E. LawsonInformation Service------------------------------------------------------------------------The Department of Commerce encourages, serves, and promotes the Nation's international trade, economic growth, and technological advancement. The Department provides a wide variety of programs through the competitive free enterprise system. It offers assistance and information to increase America's competitiveness in the world economy; administers programs to prevent unfair foreign trade competition; provides social and economic statistics and analyses for business and government planners; provides research and support for the increased use of scientific, engineering, and technological development; works to improve our understanding and benefits of the Earth's physical environment and oceanic resources; grants patents and registers trademarks; develops policies and conducts research on telecommunications; provides assistance to promote domestic economic development; and assists in the growth of minority businesses.The Department was designated as such by act of March 4, 1913 (15 U.S.C.1501), which reorganized the Department of Commerce and Labor, created by act of February 14, 1903 (15 U.S.C. 1501), by transferring all labor activities into a new, separate Department of Labor.Office of the SecretarySecretary The Secretary is responsible for the administration of all functions and authorities assigned to the Department of Commerce and for advising the President on Federal policy and programs affecting the industrial andT198805.012commercial segments of the national economy. The Secretary is served by the offices of Deputy Secretary, Inspector General, General Counsel, and the Assistant Secretaries of Administration, Legislative and Intergovernmental Affairs, and Public Affairs. Other offices whose public purposes are widely administered are detailed below.Business Liaison The Office of Business Liaison directs the business community to the offices and policy experts who can best respond to their needs by promoting proactive, responsive, and effective outreach programs and relationships with the business community. It also informs the Secretary and Department officials of the critical issues facing the business community, informs the business community of Department and administration initiatives and priorities, as well as information regarding Department resources, policies, and programs, and provides general assistance to the business community.For further information, call 202-482-1360.Economics and Statistics AdministrationThe Under Secretary for Economic Affairs advises the Secretary and other Government officials on matters relating to economic developments and forecasts and on the development of macroeconomic and microeconomic policy. The Under Secretary, as Administrator of the Economics and Statistics Administration (ESA), exercises general supervision over the Bureau of the Census and the Bureau of Economic Analysis.ESA provides business, economic, and government information products that American business and the public can use through the following two sources: STAT.USA Internet and ISA Trade Online.Bureau of the CensusThe Bureau of the Census was established as a...

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