Department of Labor

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DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
200 Constitution Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20210
Phone, 202–693–6000. Internet, http://www.dol.gov.
Secretary of Labor THOMAS E. PEREZ
Deputy Secretary SETH D. HARRIS
Chief of Staff ANA M. MA
Chief Administrative Law Judge STEPHEN L. PURCELL
Chief Administrative Appeals Judge,
Administrative Review Board
PAUL IGASAKI
Chief Administrative Appeals Judge, Benefi ts
Review Board
NANCY S. DOLDER
Chairman and Chief Judge, Employees’
Compensation Appeals Board
RICHARD DASCHBACH
Director, Center for Faith-Based and
Community Initiatives
PHILIP TOM
Executive Secretary ELIZABETH O. KIM
Ombudsman, Energy Employee Occupational
Illness Compensation Program
MALCOLM NELSON
Assistant Secretary for Administration and
Management
T. MICHAEL KERR
Assistant Secretary for Congressional and
Intergovernmental Affairs
BRIAN KENNEDY
Assistant Secretary of Disability Employment
Policy
KATHLEEN MARTINEZ
Assistant Secretary for Policy (VACANCY)
Chief Economist JENNIFER HUNT
Chief Financial Offi cer JAMES TAYLOR
Director, Offi ce of Federal Contract Compliance
Programs
PATRICIA A. SHIU
Director, Offi ce of Labor-Management
Standards
(VACANCY)
Director, Offi ce of Workers’ Compensation
Programs
GARY A. STEINBERG , Acting
Inspector General (VACANCY)
Senior Advisor for Communications and Public
Affairs
CARL FILLICHIO
Solicitor of Labor M. PATRICIA SMITH
Senior Advisor and Director, Offi ce of Public
Engagement
GABRIELA LEMUS
The Department of Labor promotes the welfare of job seekers, wage earners, and
retirees by improving working conditions, advancing opportunities for profi table
employment, protecting retirement and health care benefi ts, matching workers to
employers, strengthening free collective bargaining, and tracking changes in economic
indicators on a national scale.
The Department of Labor (DOL) was
created by act of March 4, 1913 (29
U.S.C. 551). Congress fi rst created
a Bureau of Labor in the Interior

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