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EXECUTIVE BRANCH

executive office of the president

THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES

THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES ........William J. Clinton

Article II, section 1, of the Constitution provides that ``the executive


Power shall be vested in a President of the United States of America. He
shall hold his Office during the Term of four Years, * * * together with
the Vice President, chosen for the same Term * * *.'' In addition to the
powers set forth in the Constitution, the statutes have conferred upon the
President specific authority and responsibility covering a wide range of
matters (United States Code Index).

The President is the administrative head of the executive branch of the


Government, which includes numerous agencies, both temporary and
permanent, as well as the 14 executive departments.

The Cabinet

The Cabinet, a creation of custom and tradition dating back to George


Washington's administration, functions at the pleasure of the President.
Its purpose is to advise the President upon any subject, relating to the
duties of the respective offices, on wh ich he requests information
(pursuant to Article II, section 2, of the Constitution).

The Cabinet is composed of the heads of the 14 executive departments --


the Secretaries of Agriculture, Commerce, Defense, Education, Energy,
Health and Human Services, Housing and Urban Development, Interior, Labor,
State, Transportation, Treasury, and V eterans Affairs, and the Attorney
General. Additionally, in the Clinton administration, Cabinet-level rank
has been accorded to: the Chief of Staff to the President; the Chairman,
Council of Economic Advisers; the Administrator, Environmental Protection
A gency; the Director, Office of Management and Budget; the U.S.
Representative to the United Nations; and the U.S. Trade Representative.
The Vice President also participates in Cabinet meetings, and from time to
time, other individuals are invited to part icipate in discussions of
particular subjects. A Secretary to the Cabinet is designated to provide
for the orderly handling and followup of matters brought before the
Cabinet.

EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT

Under authority of the Reorganization Act of 1939 (5 U.S.C. 133-133r, 133t


note), various agencies were transferred to the Executive Office of the
President by the President's Reorganization Plans I and II of 1939 (5
U.S.C. app.), effective July 1, 1939. Executive Order 8248 of September
8, 1939, established the divisions of the Executive Office and defined
their functions. Subsequently, Presidents have used Executive orders,
reorganization plans, and legislative initiatives to reorganize the
Executive Of fice to make its composition compatible with the goals of
their administrations.

The White House Office

1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20500

Phone, 202-456-1111

Chief of Staff ........Leon E. Panetta

Advisor to the President for Policy and Strategy ........George R.


Stephanopoulos

Counselor to the President ........Thomas F. McLarty III

Special Counsel to the President ........Lloyd Cutler

Special Adviser to the President ........David R. Gergen

Chair, Counsel of Economic Advisors ........Laura D'Andrea Tyson

Assistants to the President and Deputy Chiefs of Staff ........Harold Ickes

........Philip Lader

Assistant to the President and Director of Political Affairs ........Joan


Baggett

Assistant to the President and Director of Presidential Personnel


........J. Veronica Biggins

Assistant to the President and Deputy Director of Communications


........Rahm I. Emanuel

Assistant to the President for Communications ........Mark D. Gearan

Assistant to the President for Science and Technology and Director, Office
of Science and Technology Policy ........John H. Gibbons

Assistant to the President and Director of Legislative Affairs


........Patrick Griffin

Assistant to the President and Director of Intergovernmental Affairs


........Marcia L. Hale

Assistant to the President and Director of Public Liaison ........Alexis


M. Herman

Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs ........Anthony


Lake

Assistant to the President and Senior Advisor and Director, Office of


Presidential Personnel ........Bruce Lindsey

Assistant to the President and Staff Secretary ........John D. Podesta


Assistant to the President, and Chief of Staff and Counselor to the Vice
President ........John M. Quinn

Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy ........Carol H. Rasco

Assistant to the President for Economic Policy ........Robert E. Rubin

Assistant to the President for National Service ........Eli J. Segal

Assistant to the President and Director of Scheduling and Advance


........Ricki Seidman

Assistant to the President for Management and Administration


........(vacancy)

Assistant to the President and Chief of Staff to the First Lady


........Margaret A. Williams

Deputy Assistant to the President for Speechwriting and Research


........Donald Baer

Deputy Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs


........Samuel R. Berger

Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Director of Legislative


Affairs ........Susan A. Brophy

Deputy Assistant to the President and Director of Policy and Staff for the
Chief of Staff ........Charles William Burton

Deputy Assistant to the President and Press Secretary to the First Lady
........Lisa M. Caputo

Deputy Assistant to the President for Economic Policy ........W. Bowman


Cutter

Deputy Assistant to the President and Director of Planning ........David


E. Dreyer

Deputy Assistant to the President and Director of Media Affairs


........Jeffrey L. Eller

Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Director, Office of


Presidential Personnel ........John B. Emerson

Deputy Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy ........William A.


Galston

Deputy Assistant to the President for Intergovernmental Affairs and Deputy


Director of Intergovernmental Affairs ........John P. Hart

Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Director of Public Liaison


........Steven M. Hilton

Deputy Assistant to the President for Scheduling and Appointments


........Nancy Hernreich
Deputy Counsel to the President ........Joel Klein

Deputy Assistant to the President and Director, Office on Environmental


Policy ........Kathleen A. McGinty

Deputy Assistant to the President and Director, White House Military


Office ........Alphonse Maldon

Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Director of Intergovernmental


Affairs ........Keith Mason

Deputy Assistant to the President for Public Liaison ........Doris O.


Matsui

Deputy Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs (House)


........Lorraine Miller

Deputy Assistant to the President and Press Secretary ........Dee Dee


Myers

Deputy Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy ........Bruce N.


Reed

Deputy Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs (Senate)


........Steven J. Ricchetti

Deputy Assistant to the President and Director of Correspondence and


Presidential Messages ........Marsha Scott

Deputy Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs ........Douglas


Sosnik

Deputy Assistant to the President for Economic Policy ........Gene


Sperling

Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Director of Advance


........Isabelle R. Tapia

Deputy Assistant to the President and Cabinet Secretary ........Christine


A. Varney

Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Director of Political Affairs


........Joe Velasquez

Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Chief of Staff to the First
Lady ........Melanne Verveer

Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Director of Intergovernmental


Affairs ........Jeffrey H. Watson

Special Assistant to the President for Intergovernmental Affairs


........Loretta T. Avent

Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Defense Policy
and Arms Control ........Robert G. Bell

Special Assistant to the President for Policy Coordination ........Robert


O. Boorstin
Special Assistant to the President and Director of News Analysis
........Keith O. Boykin

Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Russian,


Ukrainian and Eurasian Affairs ........R. Nicholas Burns

Special Assistants to the President for Legislative Affairs (Senate)


........Paul Carey ........Barbara Chow

Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Global Issues
and Multilateral Affairs ........Richard Clarke

Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Environmental


Affairs ........Eileen B. Claussen

Special Assistant to the President for Economic Policy ........Michael D.


Deich

Special Assistant to the President for Economic Policy and Director to the
National Economic Council ........Paul R. Dimond

Special Assistant to the President for Political Affairs ........Thomas S.


Epstein

Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs and


Economic Policy ........Robert Fauver

Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Inter-American


Affairs ........Richard E. Feinberg

Special Assistant to the President for Intergovernmental Affairs


........Dawn Friedkin

Special Assistant to the President and Assistant to the Counselor


........Jody Greenstone

Special Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs (House)


........Karen Hancox

Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Democracy


........Morton Halperin

Special Assistant to the President for Economic Policy ........Elwood J.


Holstein

Special Assistant to the President for Cabinet Affairs ........Dana Hyde

Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Near East and
South Asian Affairs ........Martin S. Indyk

Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs


........William H. Itoh

Special Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs ........Timothy


J. Keating

Special Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy ........Jennifer


Klein

Special Assistant to the President and Legal Advisor ........Alan J.


Kreczko

Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Asia-Pacific


Economic Affairs ........Sandra J. Kristoff

Special Assistant to the President for Speechwriting ........David M.


Kusnet

Special Assistant to the President for Economic Policy and Senior Director
to the National Economic Council ........Robert Kyle

Special Assistant to the President for Political Affairs ........Reta Jo


Lewis

Special Assistant to the President and Deputy Director of Advance


........Michael Lufrano

Special Assistant to the President for Public Liaison ........Michael Lux

Special Assistant to the President and Assistant to the Chief of Staff


........Mark Middleton

Special Assistant to the President for Political Affairs ........Linda L.


Moore

Special Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs ........Janet


Murguia

Special Assistant to the President for Cabinet Affairs ........Jennifer


O'Connor

Special Assistant to the President and Assistant Director, Office of


Presidential Personnel ........Kevin M. O'Keefe

Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for


Nonproliferation and Export Controls ........Daniel B. Poneman

Special Assistant to the President for Economic Policy ........Dorothy L.


Robyn

Special Assistant to the President, Counselor, and Senior Director


........Jeremy Rosner

Special Assistant to the President, Deputy Press Secretary, and Senior


Director for Public Affairs ........Thomas B. Ross

Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Asian Affairs
........Stanley Owen Roth

Special Assistant to the President and Deputy Director of Scheduling


........Lee Satterfield

Special Assistant to the President and Counselor ........Richard Schifter

Special Assistant to the President for Economic Policy and Director to the
National Economic Council ........Ellen Shapiro Seidman

Special Assistant to the President for Cabinet Affairs and Deputy


Secretary of the Cabinet ........Stephen B. Silverman

Special Assistant to the President ........Wendy Smith

Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs and Staff
Director of the National Security Council ........Nancy E. Soderberg

Special Assistant to the President and Director of Scheduling for the


First Lady ........Patricia Solls

Special Assistant to the President and Deputy Director of Communications


........Tara Sonenshine

Special Assistant to the President, Deputy Press Secretary, and Senior


Director ........Donald K. Steinberg

Special Assistant to the President and Deputy Staff Secretary ........Todd


Stern

Special Assistant to the President and Social Secretary ........Anne Stock

Special Assistant to the President ........Stephanie Streett

Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Intelligence


Programs ........George J. Tenet

Special Assistant to the President for Management and Administration and


Director of the Office of Administration ........Patsy L. Thomasson

Special Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs (Senate)


........Tracey Thornton

Special Assistant to the President for Policy Coordination ........Michael


A. Waldman

Special Assistant to the President and Director of Research ........Anne


F. Walker

Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for European


Affairs ........Jenonne R. Walker

Special Assistant to the President and Deputy Director of Scheduling


........Anne Walley

Special Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy ........Kathryn J.


Way

Special Assistants to the President for Public Liaison ........Marilyn


Yager ........Amy Zisook

Counsel to the Vice President ........Todd J. Campbell

National Security Advisor for the Vice President ........Leon S. Fuerth

Special Advisor for Policy Development ........Ira Magaziner


Associate Counsels to the President ........William H. Kennedy III, Cheryl
Mills, Stephen R. Neuwirth, Beth Nolan, Clifford M. Sloan

The White House Office serves the President in the performance of the many
detailed activities incident to his immediate office.

The staff of the President facilitates and maintains communication with


the Congress, the individual Members of the Congress, the heads of
executive agencies, the press and other information media, and the general
public.

The various Assistants to the President assist the President in such


matters as he may direct.

Office of Management and Budget

Executive Office Building, Washington, DC 20503

Phone, 202-395-3080

Director ........(vacancy)

Deputy Director ........Alice M. Rivlin

Deputy Director for Management ........(vacancy)

Executive Associate Director ........John Angell

Associate Director for Legislative Affairs ........Martha Foley

Associate Director for Administration ........Jodie Torkelson

Assistant Director for Administration ........John B. Arthur

Senior Advisor to the Deputy Director ........Matthew Miller

General Counsel ........Robert Damus

Associate Director for Public Affairs ........Barry Toiv

Associate Director for Economic Policy ........Joseph Minarik

Assistant Director for Budget ........Barry Anderson

Deputy Assistant Director for Budget Analysis and Systems ........Phil Dame

Deputy Assistant Director for Budget Review and Concepts ........Dick Emery

Assistant Director for Legislative Reference ........James C. Murr

Associate Director for National Security and International Affairs


........Gordon Adams
Deputy Associate Director, National Security Division ........Donald E.
Gessaman

Deputy Associate Director, International Affairs Division ........Philip


DuSault

Associate Director for Human Resources ........Isabelle Sawhill

Deputy Associate Director for Human Resources ........Bernard H. Martin

Associate Director for Health and Personnel ........Nancy-Ann Min

Deputy Associate Director for Health ........Barry Clendenin

Deputy Associate Director for VA/Personnel ........Hermann Habermann

Associate Director for General Government ........Christopher Edley

Deputy Associate Director, Transportation, Commerce, Justice, and Federal


Services Division ........Kenneth Schwartz

Deputy Associate Director, Housing, Treasury, and Finance Division


........Kenneth F. Ryder

Associate Director for Natural Resources, Energy, and Science ........T.J.


Glauthier

Deputy Associate Director, Natural Resources Division ........Ronald


Cogswell

Deputy Associate Director, Energy and Science Division ........Kathy


Peroff

Administrator, Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs ........Sally


Katzen

Deputy Administrator for Information and Regulatory Management


........James MacRae

Assistant Director, General Management ........Franklin Reeder

Controller ........(vacancy)

Deputy Controller ........Harold Steinberg

Administrator, Office of Federal Procurement Policy ........Steven Kelman

Deputy Administrator for Federal Procurement Policy ........William Coleman

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The Office of Management and Budget evaluates, formulates, and coordinates


management procedures and program objectives within and among Federal
departments and agencies. It also controls the administration of the
Federal budget, while routinely providing the President with
recommendations regarding budget proposals and relevant legislative
enactments.

The Office of Management and Budget (OMB), formerly the Bureau


of the Budget, was established in the Executive Office of the President
pursuant to Reorganization Plan No. 1 of 1939 (5 U.S.C. app.), effective
July 1, 1939.

By Executive Order 11541 of July 1, 1970, all functions


transferred to the President of the United States by part I of
Reorganization Plan No. 2 of 1970 (5 U.S.C. app.) were delegated to the
Director of the Office of Management and Budget. Such functions are to be
carried out by the Director under the direction of the President.
Reorganization Plan No. 1 of 1977 (5 U.S.C. app.) and Executive orders
issued pursuant to that plan further amended the functions of OMB. The
Office's primary functions are:

-- to assist the President in developing and maintaining


effective government by reviewing the organizational structure and
management procedures of the executive branch to ensure that the intended
results are achieved;

-- to assist in developing efficient coordinating mechanisms to


implement Government activities and to expand interagency cooperation;

-- to assist the President in preparing the budget and in


formulating the Government's fiscal program;

-- to supervise and control the administration of the budget;

-- to assist the President by clearing and coordinating


departmental advice on proposed legislation and by making recommendations
effecting Presidential action on legislative enactments, in accordance
with past practice;

-- to assist in developing regulatory reform proposals and


programs for paperwork reduction, especially reporting burdens of the
public;

-- to assist in considering, clearing, and, where necessary,


preparing proposed Executive orders and proclamations;

-- to plan and develop information systems that provide the


President with program performance data;

-- to plan, conduct, and promote evaluation efforts that assist


the President in assessing program objectives, performance, and
efficiency;

-- to keep the President informed of the progress of activities


by Government agencies with respect to work proposed, initiated, and
completed, together with the relative timing of work between the several
agencies of the Government, all to the end that the work programs of the
several agencies of the executive branch of the Government may be
coordinated and that the moneys appropriated by the Congress may be
expended in the most economical manner, barring overlapping and
duplication of effort; and

-- to improve the economy, efficiency, and effectiveness of the


procurement processes by providing overall direction of procurement
policies, regulations, procedures, and forms.

Sources of Information

Employment

Various civil service examinations and registers are used for filling
positions, such as economist, budget examiner, and management analyst.
Inquiries on employment should be directed to the Personnel Division,
Office of Administration, Washing ton, DC 20500. Phone, 202-395-1088.

Inquiries

Contact the Office of Administration, Office of Management and Budget, New


Executive Office Building, Washington, DC 20503. Phone, 202-395-7250.

Publications

The Budget of the U.S. Government, The Budget System and Concepts, and
Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance are for sale by the Superintendent
of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402.

Council of Economic Advisers

Old Executive Office Building, Washington, DC 20500

Phone, 202-395-5084

Chairman ........Laura D'Andrea Tyson

Members ........Alan S. Blinder

........Joseph E. Stiglitz

Special Assistant to the Chairman ........Thomas P. O'Donnell

The Council of Economic Advisers primarily performs an analysis and


appraisal of the national economy for the purpose of providing policy
recommendations to the President.

The Council of Economic Advisers was established in the


Executive Office of the President by the Employment Act of 1946 (15 U.S.C.
1023). It now functions under that statute and Reorganization Plan No. 9
of 1953 (5 U.S.C. app.), effective August 1, 1953.

The Council consists of three members appointed by the President


with the advice and consent of the Senate, and one of the members is
designated by the President as Chairman.

The Council analyzes the national economy and its various


segments; advises the President on economic developments; appraises the
economic programs and policies of the Federal Government; recommends to
the President policies for economic growth and stability; assists in the
preparation of the economic reports of the President to the Congress; and
prepares the Annual Report of the Council of Economic Advisers.

For further information, contact the Council of Economic Advisers, Old


Executive Office Building, Washington, DC 20500. Phone, 202-395-5084.

National Security Council

Old Executive Office Building, Washington, DC 20506

Phone, 202-456-7430

Members: ........

The President ........William J. Clinton

The Vice President ........Albert Gore, Jr.

The Secretary of State ........Warren M. Christopher

The Secretary of Defense ........William J. Perry

Statutory Advisers: ........

Director of Central Intelligence ........R. James Woolsey

Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff ........Gen. John M. Shalikashvili, USA

Standing Participants: ........

The Secretary of the Treasury ........Lloyd Bentsen

U.S. Representative to the United Nations ........Madeleine K. Albright

Chief of Staff to the President ........Thomas F. McLarty III

Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs ........Anthony Lake

Assistant to the President for Economic Policy ........Robert E. Rubin

Officials: ........

Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs ........Anthony


Lake

Deputy Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs


........Samuel R. Berger

Special Assistant to the President and Staff Director ........Nancy E.


Soderberg

Executive Secretary ........William H. Itoh

The National Security Council was established by the National


Security Act of 1947, as amended (50 U.S.C. 402). The Council was placed
in the Executive Office of the President by Reorganization Plan No. 4 of
1949 (5 U.S.C. app.).

The National Security Council is chaired by the President. Its


statutory members, in addition to the President, are the Vice President
and the Secretaries of State and Defense. The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs
of Staff is the statutory military adviser to the Council, and the
Director of Central Intelligence is its intelligence adviser. The
Secretary of the Treasury, the U.S. Representative to the United Nations,
the Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, the
Assistant to the President for Economic Policy, and the Chief of Staff to
the President are invited to all meetings of the Council. The Attorney
General is invited to attend meetings pertaining to her jurisdiction;
other officials are invited, as appropriate.

The Council advises and assists the President in integrating all


aspects of national security policy as it affects the United States --
domestic, foreign, military, intelligence, and economic -- in conjunction
with the National Economic Council.

Office of the United States Trade Representative

600 Seventeenth Street NW., Washington, DC 20506

Phone, 202-395-3230

United States Trade Representative ........Michael Kantor

Chief of Staff ........(vacancy)

Deputy U.S. Trade Representatives ........Charlene Barshefsky

........(vacancy)

Deputy U.S. Trade Representative -- Geneva ........Rufus Yerxa

General Counsel ........Ira Shapiro

Counselor ........Ellen Frost

Special Counsel for Finance and Investment Policy ........Howard Reed

Special Counsel for Congressional and Intergovernmental Affairs and Public


Liaison ........Thomas Nides

Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for Dispute Resolution and Deputy


General Counsel ........A. Jane Bradley

Chief Textile Negotiator ........(vacancy)

Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for Public Affairs ........Anne


Luzzatto

Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for Congressional Affairs


........Nancy Leamond

Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for Intergovernmental Affairs and


Public Liaison ........Debbie Shon

Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for Canada and Mexico ........Charles


E. Roh, Jr.

Executive Director for Trade Policy Coordination ........Frederick L.


Montgomery

Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for Europe and the Mediterranean


........Peter F. Allgeier

Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for Latin America, Caribbean and


Africa ........Myles Frechette

Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for Japan and China ........Ira Wolf

Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for Asia and the Pacific


........Robert B. Cassidy

Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for Multilateral Trade Negotiations


........Warren Lavorel

Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for GATT Affairs ........W. Douglas


Newkirk

Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for Industry ........Donald Phillips

Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for Intellectual Property and the


Environment ........Carmen Suro-Bredie

Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for Services, Investment, and Science


and Technology ........Harry G. Broadman

Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for Agriculture ........Suzanne Early

Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for Administration ........John


Hopkins

The United States Trade Representative is responsible for directing all


trade negotiations of and formulating trade policy for the United States.

The Office of the United States Trade Representative was created


as the Office of the Special Representative for Trade Negotiations by
Executive Order 11075 of January 15, 1963. The Trade Act of 1974 (19
U.S.C. 2171) established the Office as an agency of the Executive Office
of the President charged with administering the trade agreements program
under the Tariff Act of 1930 (19 U.S.C. 1654), the Trade Expansion Act of
1962 (19 U.S.C. 1801), and the Trade Act of 1974 (19 U.S.C. 2101). Other
pow ers and responsibilities for coordinating trade policy were assigned
to the Office by the Trade Act of 1974 and by the President in Executive
Order 11846 of March 27, 1975, as amended.

Reorganization Plan No. 3 of 1979 (5 U.S.C. app.), implemented


by Executive Order 12188 of January 4, 1980, charged the Office with
responsibility for setting and administering overall trade policy. It also
provides that the United States Trade Representative shall be chief
representative of the United States for:

-- all activities concerning the General Agreement on Tariffs


and Trade;

-- discussions, meetings, and negotiations in the Organization


for Economic Cooperation and Development when such activities deal
primarily with trade and commodity issues;

-- negotiations in the United Nations Conference on Trade and


Development and other multilateral institutions when such negotiations
deal primarily with trade and commodity issues;

-- other bilateral and multilateral negotiations when trade,


including East-West trade, or commodities is the primary issue;

-- negotiations under sections 704 and 734 of the Tariff Act of


1930 (19 U.S.C. 1671c and 1673c); and

-- negotiations concerning direct investment incentives and


disincentives and bilateral investment issues concerning barriers to
investment.

The Omnibus Trade and Competitiveness Act of 1988 codified these


prior authorities and added additional authority, including the
implementation of section 301 actions (regarding enforcement of U.S.
rights under international trade agreements).

The Office is headed by the United States Trade Representative,


a Cabinet-level official with the rank of Ambassador, who is directly
responsible to the President. There are three Deputy United States Trade
Representatives, who also hold the ran k of Ambassador, two located in
Washington and one in Geneva. The Chief Textile Negotiator and the Uruguay
Round Coordinator also hold the rank of Ambassador.

The United States Trade Representative serves as an ex officio


member of the Boards of Directors of the Export-Import Bank and the
Overseas Private Investment Corporation, and serves on the National
Advisory Council for International Monetary an d Financial Policy.

For further information, contact the Office of Public Affairs, Office of


the United States Trade Representative, 600 Seventeenth Street NW.,
Washington, DC 20506. Phone, 202-395-3230.

Council on Environmental Quality

722 Jackson Place NW., Washington, DC 20503

Phone, 202-395-5754

Chairman ........(vacancy)

Members ........(2 vacancies)


General Counsel ........(vacancy)

Senior Policy Analyst/Confidential Assistant ........Ray Clark

Attorney ........Elisabeth Blaug

The Council on Environmental Quality was established within the


Executive Office of the President by the National Environmental Policy Act
of 1969 (42 U.S.C. 4341 et seq.) to formulate and recommend national
policies to promote the improvement o f the quality of the environment.
Additional responsibilities were provided by the Environmental Quality
Improvement Act of 1970 (42 U.S.C. 4371 et seq.).

The Council consists of three members appointed by the President


with the advice and consent of the Senate, and one of the members is
designated by the President as Chairman.

The Council develops and recommends to the President national


policies that further environmental quality; performs a continuing
analysis of changes or trends in the national environment; reviews and
appraises programs of the Federal Government to determine their
contributions to sound environmental policy; conducts studies, research,
and analyses relating to ecological systems and environmental quality;
assists the President in the preparation of the annual environmental
quality report to the C ongress; and oversees implementation of the
National Environmental Policy Act. The Chairman of the Council also serves
as Chair of the President's Commission on Environmental Quality.

For further information, contact the Information Office, Council on


Environmental Quality, 722 Jackson Place NW., Washington, DC 20503. Phone,
202-395-5754.

Office of Science and Technology Policy

Old Executive Office Building, Washington, DC 20500

Phone, 202-456-7116; Fax, 202-456-6021

Assistant to the President for Science and Technology, and Director


........John H. Gibbons

Special Assistant ........Susanne Bachtel

General Counsel ........Holly Gwin

Assistant to the Director for Intergovernmental Affairs and Policy


........Timothy Newell

Associate Director for Environment ........Robert Watson

Associate Director for National Security and International Affairs


........Jane Wales
Associate Director for Science ........M.R.C. Greenwood

Associate Director for Technology ........Lionel S. Johns

Assistant Director for Environment ........Mark Schaefer

Assistant Director for International Affairs ........Jeff Schweitzer

Assistant Director for Life Sciences ........Rachel Levinson, Acting

Assistant Director for National Security ........Frank von Hippel, Acting

Assistant Director for Physical Sciences and Engineering


........Marguerite Kingston, Acting

Assistant Director for Social and Behavioral Sciences ........(vacancy)

Assistant Director for Space ........Richard DalBello

Assistant Director for Technology ........Henry Kelly

Executive Secretary for the National Science and Technology Council


........Angela Phillips Diaz

The Office of Science and Technology Policy was established


within the Executive Office of the President by the National Science and
Technology Policy, Organization, and Priorities Act of 1976 (42 U.S.C.
6611).

The Office serves as a source of scientific, engineering, and


technological analysis and judgment for the President with respect to
major policies, plans, and programs of the Federal Government. In carrying
out this mission, the act provides tha t the Office shall advise the
President of scientific and technological considerations involved in areas
of national concern, including the economy, national security, health,
foreign relations, and the environment; evaluate the scale, quality, and
effect iveness of the Federal effort in science and technology; provide
advice and assistance to the President, the Office of Management and
Budget, and Federal agencies throughout the Federal budget development
process; and assist the President in providing lea dership and
coordination for the research and development programs of the Federal
Government.

For further information, contact the Office of Science and Technology


Policy, Old Executive Office Building, Washington, DC 20500. Phone,
202-456-7611.

Office of National Drug Control Policy

Executive Office of the President, Washington, DC 20500

Phone, 202-395-6700

Director ........Lee Patrick Brown


Chief of Staff ........Patricia McMahon, Acting

Director of Public Affairs ........Patricia Wheeler

Director of Congressional Relations ........Edward Jurith

Director of Planning and Budget ........John Carnevale

General Counsel ........(vacancy)

Executive Secretariat ........(vacancy)

Deputy Director for Demand Reduction ........John Gregrich, Acting

Deputy Director for Supply Reduction ........Henry Marsden, Acting

Associate Director for State and Local Affairs ........George Kosnik, Acting

Director, Counter-Drug Technology Assessment Center ........Albert Brandenstein

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The Office of National Drug Control Policy coordinates Federal, State, and
local efforts to control illegal drug abuse and devises national
strategies to effectively carry out antidrug activities.

The Office of National Drug Control Policy was established by


the National Narcotics Leadership Act of 1988 (21 U.S.C. 1501 et seq.),
effective January 29, 1989.

The Office is headed by the Director of National Drug Control


Policy, who is appointed by the President with the advice and consent of
the Senate. The Director is assisted by the Deputy Director for Demand
Reduction and the Deputy Director for S upply Reduction. The Bureau of
State and Local Affairs is a separate division of the Office, headed by an
Associate Director for National Drug Control Policy.

The Director of National Drug Control Policy is responsible for


establishing policies, objectives, and priorities for the National Drug
Control Program, and for annually promulgating a National Drug Control
Strategy to be submitted to the Congre ss by the President. The Director
advises the President regarding necessary changes in the organization,
management, budgeting, and personnel allocation of Federal agencies
involved in drug enforcement activities, and is also responsible for
notifying Fed eral agencies if their policies are not in compliance with
their responsibilities under the National Drug Control Strategy.

For further information, contact the Office of National Drug Control


Policy, Executive Office of the President, Washington, DC 20500. Phone,
202-395-6700.

Office of Administration
Old Executive Office Building

725 Seventeenth Street NW., Washington, DC 20503

Phone, 202-395-6963

Special Assistant to the President for Management and Administration and


Director of the Office of Administration ........Patsy L. Thomasson

Assistant Director ........John W. Cressman

General Counsel ........Christopher Cerf

Deputy Assistant Director for General Services ........Ada Posey

Preservation Officer and Director, Facilities Management Division


........John F. Dawson

Deputy Assistant Director for Information Management ........Gwendolyn


Weaver

Director, Information Systems and Technology Division ........James L.


Macdonald, Jr.

Director, Library and Information Services Division ........Mary Hester


Anton

Deputy Assistant Director for Resource Management ........(vacancy)

Director, Financial Management Division ........Jurg E. Hochuli

Director, Personnel Management Division ........Mary Coutts Beck

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The Office of Administration was established within the


Executive Office of the President by Reorganization Plan No. 1 of 1977 (5
U.S.C. app.). The Office was activated, effective December 4, 1977, by
Executive Order 12028 of December 12, 1977.

The Office of Administration provides administrative support


services to all units within the Executive Office of the President. The
services provided include information, personnel, and financial
management; data processing; library services; r ecords maintenance; and
general office operations, such as mail, messenger, printing, procurement,
and supply services.

For further information, contact the Assistant Director, Office of


Administration, Washington, DC 20503. Phone, 202-395-6963.

OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES

Old Executive Office Building, Washington, DC 20501


Phone, 202-456-2326

THE VICE PRESIDENT ........Albert Gore, Jr.

Chief of Staff and Counselor to the Vice President ........John M. Quinn

Deputy Chief of Staff ........David M. Strauss

Director of Communications for the Vice President ........Lorraine A.


Voles

Counsel and Director of Administration for the Vice President ........Todd


J. Campbell

National Security Advisor for the Vice President ........Leon S. Fuerth

Deputy Counsel and Director of Legislative Affairs for the Vice President
........Thurgood Marshall, Jr.

Executive Assistant to the Vice President ........Beth Prichard Alpert

Special Assistant to the Vice President and Chief of Staff to Mrs. Gore
........Skila S. Harris

Chief Domestic Policy Advisor for the Vice President ........Greg C. Simon

Senior Policy Advisor for the Vice President ........Elaine C. Kamarck

Director of Correspondence for the Vice President ........Bill Mason

Director of Scheduling for the Vice President ........Anthony T. Wilson

Director of Advance and Deputy Director of Scheduling for the Vice


President ........Dennis W. Alpert

Article II, section I, of the Constitution provides that the President


``shall hold his Office during the Term of four Years * * * together with
the Vice President * * *.'' In addition to his role as President of the
Senate, the Vice President is empowere d to succeed to the Presidency,
pursuant to Article II and the 20th and 25th amendments to the
Constitution.

The executive functions of the Vice President include participation in


Cabinet meetings and, by statute, membership on the National Security
Council and the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution.