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February 24, 2011
Dear Mr. Botelho:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Information Technology Specialist (CUSTSPT), CN-2210-5A
$91, 838
March 27, 2011
Schedule A/Excepted Appointment/NTE 3 years
Felicia Royster/202-435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on March 28, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8516.
Sincerely,

Bonni Chambers
HR Specialist

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April 12, 2011
Dear Ms. Zorc:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Attorney Advisor, CN-0905-7A
$173,003.00
May 8, 2011
Excepted Appointment
Christine Megee, ph: 202-435-7021

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on May 9, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.

If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8516.
Sincerely,

Bonni Chambers
HR Specialist

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March 23, 2011
Dear Katherine Worthman
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Attorney Advisor, CN-0905-7A
$165,139.00
04/24/2011
Excepted
Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on April 25, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.

If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8488.
Sincerely,

Layne Pottmeyer
Human Resources Specialist

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May 31, 2011
Dear Mr. Wilson:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection! We
are glad you chose to join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below is
pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series, Grade & PD #:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Supervisor Name:
Human Capital Customer Consultant
Onboarding Contact:

Consumer Response Specialist, CN-0301-4B, PD #111310
(see attached)
$ 67,851.00
June 19, 2011
Career-conditional/Transfer
Deborah Riley
Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193
Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 / Emily Herchen, 202-435-7519

You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You may/will be subject to a one year
trial/probationary period.
Prior to your First Day
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website to learn more about working at CFPB
(https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). This site will provide you with the
necessary information in order to complete your hiring process.
The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. Please bring these
completed forms with you on your first day of work. The “Benefits” section houses further information about
your benefits options and related forms. If you do not have access to an Internet-connected personal computer
and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be begin on June 20, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. On your first day, you will need to bring an unexpired U.S. passport with you OR a photo ID
such as driver’s license or military service card AND a second form of identification as outlined on the I-9
Form, like a social security card or birth certificate.
Please ensure you arrive early on your first day, as orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a.m. An Onboarding
Contact will greet you in the lobby and escort you to orientation in Room 503. During this session, we will
provide important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and working on our
team. Please see the next page for directions to 1801 L Street NW.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8516.
Sincerely,
Bonni Chambers
HR Specialist

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GETTING TO CFPB
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is currently located at the intersection of L Street,
NW and 18th Street, NW at:
1801 L Street, NW
Washington DC 20036
METRO
The CFPB Office is conveniently located near 2 Metro Stations: Farragut North Station (Red Line;
take the L Street exit) and Farragut West Station (Orange and Blue Lines; take the 18th Street exit).

BICYCLES
If you choose to ride a bicycle to our office, you may secure it to one of the bike racks available at the
public parking garages nearby, including the garage in our building. Be sure to ask about the hours of
operation at the location where you store your bicycle. The Washington Area Bicyclist Association
(WABA) runs bike safety classes and provides information and advocacy for Washington area bicyclists.
Their website is www.waba.org. Remember to obey traffic signals and rules, always wear a helmet, wear
reflective clothing, use lights at night, and bike with care!

PARKING
There are currently no available parking spots at 1801 L Street for CFPB employees. If you are interested
in placing your name on the waiting list for building parking, contact Stephanie Basham at 202-435-7089.
Commuters looking for a place to park can find several public garages within a block of the office. Some
have monthly rates and payment plans available, but drivers should be prepared to pay cash for day-today parking in a public garage.

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DRIVING
From the northeast (Baltimore)
Take I-95 South to I-495 West (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the northwest (Rockville)
Take I-270 South to I-495 East (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the south (Richmond)
Take I-95 North to I-395 North. As you approach Washington, DC, take the left exit for Route 1 North
towards Washington (14th Street). Follow 14th Street into downtown and take a left onto K Street, NW.
Take a right onto 20th Street, NW. Take a right onto L Street, NW and travel two blocks to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the west (Fairfax)
Take I-66 East into Washington. Stay straight, and you will be on Constitution Avenue NW. Take a left
onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th
Street, NW and L Street, NW.
NOTE: I-66 is an HOV-2 lane during rush hour (Eastbound from 6:30 – 9:00 a.m. and Westbound from
4:00 – 6:30 pm) inside the Capital Beltway (I-495). If you are traveling alone, you will want to use the
following directions:
Take Route 50 (Arlington Boulevard) East into Washington, DC. Stay straight, and you will be on
Constitution Avenue. Take a left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the east (Annapolis)
Take US-50 West into downtown Washington, where it will become New York Avenue. Continue past 7th
Street, NW and the Washington Convention Center on your right side; bear right onto Massachusetts
Avenue, NW. Follow Massachusetts Avenue to Dupont Circle. Going right around the circle, exit onto
19th Street, NW. Travel south on 19th Street, NW for three blocks. Take a left onto L Street, NW and
travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.

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April 19, 2011
Dear William Wade-Gery:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Attorney-Advisor, CN-0905-7A
$173,003
05/22/2011
Excepted Service Appointment not-to-exceed 06/22/2012
Felicia Royster (202) 435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on May 23, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8312.
Sincerely,

Dalton Ferrell
Human Resources Specialist

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May 27, 2011
Dear Mr. Vasan:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection! We
are glad you chose to join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below is
pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series, Grade & PD #:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Supervisor Name:
Human Capital Customer Consultant
Onboarding Contact:

Financial Analyst, CN-1160-5C, PD #111660 (see attached)
$127,000.00
June 5, 2011
Excepted Service Appointment not-to-exceed 12/05/2012; may be
extended to 4 years
Garry Reeder
Mary Tamberrino
Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 / Emily Herchen, 202-435-7519

You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation.
Prior to your First Day
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website to learn more about working at CFPB
(https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). This site will provide you with the
necessary information in order to complete your hiring process.
The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. Please bring these
completed forms with you on your first day of work. The “Benefits” section houses further information about
your benefits options and related forms. If you do not have access to an Internet-connected personal computer
and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will begin on June 6, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. On your first day, you will need to bring an unexpired U.S. passport with you OR a photo ID
such as driver’s license or military service card AND a second form of identification as outlined on the I-9
Form, like a social security card or birth certificate.
Please ensure you arrive early on your first day, as orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a.m. An Onboarding
Contact will greet you in the lobby and escort you to orientation in Room 503. During this session, we will
provide important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and working on our
team. Please see the next page for directions to 1801 L Street NW.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8399.
Sincerely,

Amanda McLeish
Human Resources Specialist

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GETTING TO CFPB
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is currently located at the intersection of L Street,
NW and 18th Street, NW at:
1801 L Street, NW
Washington DC 20036
METRO
The CFPB Office is conveniently located near 2 Metro Stations: Farragut North Station (Red Line;
take the L Street exit) and Farragut West Station (Orange and Blue Lines; take the 18th Street exit).

BICYCLES
If you choose to ride a bicycle to our office, you may secure it to one of the bike racks available at the
public parking garages nearby, including the garage in our building. Be sure to ask about the hours of
operation at the location where you store your bicycle. The Washington Area Bicyclist Association
(WABA) runs bike safety classes and provides information and advocacy for Washington area bicyclists.
Their website is www.waba.org. Remember to obey traffic signals and rules, always wear a helmet, wear
reflective clothing, use lights at night, and bike with care!

PARKING
There are currently no available parking spots at 1801 L Street for CFPB employees. If you are interested
in placing your name on the waiting list for building parking, contact Stephanie Basham at 202-435-7089.
Commuters looking for a place to park can find several public garages within a block of the office. Some
have monthly rates and payment plans available, but drivers should be prepared to pay cash for day-today parking in a public garage.

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DRIVING
From the northeast (Baltimore)
Take I-95 South to I-495 West (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the northwest (Rockville)
Take I-270 South to I-495 East (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the south (Richmond)
Take I-95 North to I-395 North. As you approach Washington, DC, take the left exit for Route 1 North
towards Washington (14th Street). Follow 14th Street into downtown and take a left onto K Street, NW.
Take a right onto 20th Street, NW. Take a right onto L Street, NW and travel two blocks to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the west (Fairfax)
Take I-66 East into Washington. Stay straight, and you will be on Constitution Avenue NW. Take a left
onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th
Street, NW and L Street, NW.
NOTE: I-66 is an HOV-2 lane during rush hour (Eastbound from 6:30 – 9:00 a.m. and Westbound from
4:00 – 6:30 pm) inside the Capital Beltway (I-495). If you are traveling alone, you will want to use the
following directions:
Take Route 50 (Arlington Boulevard) East into Washington, DC. Stay straight, and you will be on
Constitution Avenue. Take a left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the east (Annapolis)
Take US-50 West into downtown Washington, where it will become New York Avenue. Continue past 7th
Street, NW and the Washington Convention Center on your right side; bear right onto Massachusetts
Avenue, NW. Follow Massachusetts Avenue to Dupont Circle. Going right around the circle, exit onto
19th Street, NW. Travel south on 19th Street, NW for three blocks. Take a left onto L Street, NW and
travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.

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June 3, 2011
Dear Mr. VanMeter:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection! We
are glad you chose to join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below is
pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series, Grade & PD #:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Supervisor Name:
Human Capital Customer Consultant
Onboarding Contact:

Assistant General Counsel for Policy, CN-0905-7B, PD #113100
(see attached)
$ 230,000.00
June 5, 2011
Excepted
Roberto Gonzalez
Christine Megee, 202-435-7021
Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 / Emily Herchen, 202-435-7519

You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website to learn more about working at CFPB
(https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). This site will provide you with the
necessary information in order to complete your hiring process.
The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. Please bring these
completed forms with you on your first day of work. The “Benefits” section houses further information about
your benefits options and related forms. If you do not have access to an Internet-connected personal computer
and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be begin on June 6, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. On your first day, you will need to bring an unexpired U.S. passport with you OR a photo ID
such as driver’s license or military service card AND a second form of identification as outlined on the I-9
Form, like a social security card or birth certificate.
Please ensure you arrive early on your first day, as orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a.m. An Onboarding
Contact will greet you in the lobby and escort you to orientation in Room 503. During this session, we will
provide important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and working on our
team. Please see the next page for directions to 1801 L Street NW.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8516.
Sincerely,
Bonni Chambers
HR Specialist

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March 18, 2011
Dear Julie Vanderslice:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Office Name and Contact:

Consumer Protection Analyst, CN-1101-6A
$140,908
3/27/2011
Career
Felicia Royster – 202-435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on March 28, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to the
orientation room, room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning CFPB’s history and organizational structure, ethics, security, safety, and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8488.
Sincerely,

Layne Pottmeyer
Human Resources Specialist

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May 23, 2011
Dear Mr. Urban:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection! We
are glad you chose to join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below is
pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series, Grade & PD #:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Supervisor Name:
Human Capital Customer Consultant
Onboarding Contact:

Law Clerk, CN-0904-4B
$ 53,500.00
May 31, 2011
Excepted/NTE 14 months
Kent Marcus
Christine Megee, 202-435-7021
Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 / Emily Herchen, 202-435-7519

You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website to learn more about working at CFPB
(https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). This site will provide you with the
necessary information in order to complete your hiring process.
The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. Please bring these
completed forms with you on your first day of work. The “Benefits” section houses further information about
your benefits options and related forms. If you do not have access to an Internet-connected personal computer
and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Please report to either Felicia Royster or Emily Herchen at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday, May 31, 2011, at 1801
L Street NW, Washington, DC. at 1801 L Street NW, Washington, DC. On your first day, you will need to
bring an unexpired U.S. passport with you OR a photo ID such as driver’s license or military service card
AND a second form of identification as outlined on the I-9 Form, like a social security card or birth certificate.
Please see the next page for directions to 1801 L Street NW.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8516.
Sincerely,
Bonni Chambers
HR Specialist

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GETTING TO CFPB
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is currently located at the intersection of L Street,
NW and 18th Street, NW at:
1801 L Street, NW
Washington DC 20036
METRO
The CFPB Office is conveniently located near 2 Metro Stations: Farragut North Station (Red Line;
take the L Street exit) and Farragut West Station (Orange and Blue Lines; take the 18th Street exit).

BICYCLES
If you choose to ride a bicycle to our office, you may secure it to one of the bike racks available at the
public parking garages nearby, including the garage in our building. Be sure to ask about the hours of
operation at the location where you store your bicycle. The Washington Area Bicyclist Association
(WABA) runs bike safety classes and provides information and advocacy for Washington area bicyclists.
Their website is www.waba.org. Remember to obey traffic signals and rules, always wear a helmet, wear
reflective clothing, use lights at night, and bike with care!

PARKING
There are currently no available parking spots at 1801 L Street for CFPB employees. If you are interested
in placing your name on the waiting list for building parking, contact Stephanie Basham at 202-435-7089.
Commuters looking for a place to park can find several public garages within a block of the office. Some
have monthly rates and payment plans available, but drivers should be prepared to pay cash for day-today parking in a public garage.

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DRIVING
From the northeast (Baltimore)
Take I-95 South to I-495 West (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the northwest (Rockville)
Take I-270 South to I-495 East (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the south (Richmond)
Take I-95 North to I-395 North. As you approach Washington, DC, take the left exit for Route 1 North
towards Washington (14th Street). Follow 14th Street into downtown and take a left onto K Street, NW.
Take a right onto 20th Street, NW. Take a right onto L Street, NW and travel two blocks to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the west (Fairfax)
Take I-66 East into Washington. Stay straight, and you will be on Constitution Avenue NW. Take a left
onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th
Street, NW and L Street, NW.
NOTE: I-66 is an HOV-2 lane during rush hour (Eastbound from 6:30 – 9:00 a.m. and Westbound from
4:00 – 6:30 pm) inside the Capital Beltway (I-495). If you are traveling alone, you will want to use the
following directions:
Take Route 50 (Arlington Boulevard) East into Washington, DC. Stay straight, and you will be on
Constitution Avenue. Take a left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the east (Annapolis)
Take US-50 West into downtown Washington, where it will become New York Avenue. Continue past 7th
Street, NW and the Washington Convention Center on your right side; bear right onto Massachusetts
Avenue, NW. Follow Massachusetts Avenue to Dupont Circle. Going right around the circle, exit onto
19th Street, NW. Travel south on 19th Street, NW for three blocks. Take a left onto L Street, NW and
travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.

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May 26, 2011
Dear Crystal Sumner:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection! We
are glad you chose to join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below is
pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series, Grade & PD #:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Supervisor Name:
Human Capital Customer Consultant
Onboarding Contact:

Attorney-Advisor, CN-0905-5C, PD #110950 (see attached)
$110,000
June 19th, 2011
Excepted
Kent Markus
Christine Megee, 202-435-7021
Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 / Emily Herchen, 202-435-7519

You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website to learn more about working at CFPB
(https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). This site will provide you with the
necessary information in order to complete your hiring process.
The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. Please bring these
completed forms with you on your first day of work. The “Benefits” section houses further information about
your benefits options and related forms. If you do not have access to an Internet-connected personal computer
and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be begin on June 20, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. On your first day, you will need to bring an unexpired U.S. passport with you OR a photo ID
such as driver’s license or military service card AND a second form of identification as outlined on the I-9
Form, like a social security card or birth certificate.
Please ensure you arrive early on your first day, as orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a.m. An Onboarding
Contact will greet you in the lobby and escort you to orientation in Room 503. During this session, we will
provide important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and working on our
team. Please see the next page for directions to 1801 L Street NW.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8488.
Sincerely,

Layne Pottmeyer
Human Resources Specialist

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GETTING TO CFPB
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is currently located at the intersection of L Street,
NW and 18th Street, NW at:
1801 L Street, NW
Washington DC 20036
METRO
The CFPB Office is conveniently located near 2 Metro Stations: Farragut North Station (Red Line;
take the L Street exit) and Farragut West Station (Orange and Blue Lines; take the 18th Street exit).

BICYCLES
If you choose to ride a bicycle to our office, you may secure it to one of the bike racks available at the
public parking garages nearby, including the garage in our building. Be sure to ask about the hours of
operation at the location where you store your bicycle. The Washington Area Bicyclist Association
(WABA) runs bike safety classes and provides information and advocacy for Washington area bicyclists.
Their website is www.waba.org. Remember to obey traffic signals and rules, always wear a helmet, wear
reflective clothing, use lights at night, and bike with care!

PARKING
There are currently no available parking spots at 1801 L Street for CFPB employees. If you are interested
in placing your name on the waiting list for building parking, contact Stephanie Basham at 202-435-7089.
Commuters looking for a place to park can find several public garages within a block of the office. Some
have monthly rates and payment plans available, but drivers should be prepared to pay cash for day-today parking in a public garage.

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DRIVING
From the northeast (Baltimore)
Take I-95 South to I-495 West (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the northwest (Rockville)
Take I-270 South to I-495 East (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the south (Richmond)
Take I-95 North to I-395 North. As you approach Washington, DC, take the left exit for Route 1 North
towards Washington (14th Street). Follow 14th Street into downtown and take a left onto K Street, NW.
Take a right onto 20th Street, NW. Take a right onto L Street, NW and travel two blocks to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the west (Fairfax)
Take I-66 East into Washington. Stay straight, and you will be on Constitution Avenue NW. Take a left
onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th
Street, NW and L Street, NW.
NOTE: I-66 is an HOV-2 lane during rush hour (Eastbound from 6:30 – 9:00 a.m. and Westbound from
4:00 – 6:30 pm) inside the Capital Beltway (I-495). If you are traveling alone, you will want to use the
following directions:
Take Route 50 (Arlington Boulevard) East into Washington, DC. Stay straight, and you will be on
Constitution Avenue. Take a left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the east (Annapolis)
Take US-50 West into downtown Washington, where it will become New York Avenue. Continue past 7th
Street, NW and the Washington Convention Center on your right side; bear right onto Massachusetts
Avenue, NW. Follow Massachusetts Avenue to Dupont Circle. Going right around the circle, exit onto
19th Street, NW. Travel south on 19th Street, NW for three blocks. Take a left onto L Street, NW and
travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.

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April 1, 2011
Dear John Starr:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Office Name and Contact:

Physical Security Specialist, CN-0080-5C
$129,970
04/24/2011
Transfer
Felicia Royster (202) 435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on April 25, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to the
orientation room, room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning CFPB’s history and organizational structure, ethics, security, safety, and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8488.
Sincerely,

Dalton Ferrell
Human Resources Specialist

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June 8, 2011
Dear Ms. Simcic:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection! We
are glad you chose to join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below is
pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series, Grade & PD #:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Supervisor Name:
Human Capital Customer Consultant
Onboarding Contact:

Consumer Response Specialist, CN-0301-4B, PD#111310(see
attached)
$ 68,500.00
June 19, 2011
Transfer/Career
Deborah Reilly
Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193
Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 / Emily Herchen, 202-435-7519

You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation.
Prior to your First Day
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website to learn more about working at CFPB
(https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). This site will provide you with the
necessary information in order to complete your hiring process.
The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. Please bring these
completed forms with you on your first day of work. The “Benefits” section houses further information about
your benefits options and related forms. If you do not have access to an Internet-connected personal computer
and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be begin on June 20, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. On your first day, you will need to bring an unexpired U.S. passport with you OR a photo ID
such as driver’s license or military service card AND a second form of identification as outlined on the I-9
Form, like a social security card or birth certificate.
Please ensure you arrive early on your first day, as orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a.m. An Onboarding
Contact will greet you in the lobby and escort you to orientation in Room 503. During this session, we will
provide important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and working on our
team. Please see the next page for directions to 1801 L Street NW.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8516.
Sincerely,
Bonni Chambers
HR Specialist

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June 8, 2011
Dear Jeffrey Shue:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection! We
are glad you chose to join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below is
pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series, Grade & PD #:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Supervisor Name:
Human Capital Customer Consultant
Onboarding Contact:

Consumer Financial Protection Analyst, CN-1101-6A,
PD # 111460 (see attached)
$124,00.00
June 19, 2011
Career-conditional
Peggy Twohig
Katherine Cronin, 202-435-7059
Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 / Emily Herchen, 202-435-7519

You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year probationary
period.
Prior to your First Day
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website to learn more about working at CFPB
(https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). This site will provide you with the
necessary information in order to complete your hiring process.
The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. Please bring these
completed forms with you on your first day of work. The “Benefits” section houses further information about
your benefits options and related forms. If you do not have access to an Internet-connected personal computer
and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will begin on June 20th, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. On your first day, you will need to bring an unexpired U.S. passport with you OR a photo ID
such as driver’s license or military service card AND a second form of identification as outlined on the I-9
Form, like a social security card or birth certificate.
Please ensure you arrive early on your first day, as orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a.m. An Onboarding
Contact will greet you in the lobby and escort you to orientation in Room 503. During this session, we will
provide important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and working on our
team. Please see the next page for directions to 1801 L Street NW.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8488.
Sincerely,

Human Resources Specialist

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GETTING TO CFPB
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is currently located at the intersection of L Street,
NW and 18th Street, NW at:
1801 L Street, NW
Washington DC 20036
METRO
The CFPB Office is conveniently located near 2 Metro Stations: Farragut North Station (Red Line;
take the L Street exit) and Farragut West Station (Orange and Blue Lines; take the 18th Street exit).

BICYCLES
If you choose to ride a bicycle to our office, you may secure it to one of the bike racks available at the
public parking garages nearby, including the garage in our building. Be sure to ask about the hours of
operation at the location where you store your bicycle. The Washington Area Bicyclist Association
(WABA) runs bike safety classes and provides information and advocacy for Washington area bicyclists.
Their website is www.waba.org. Remember to obey traffic signals and rules, always wear a helmet, wear
reflective clothing, use lights at night, and bike with care!

PARKING
There are currently no available parking spots at 1801 L Street for CFPB employees. If you are interested
in placing your name on the waiting list for building parking, contact Stephanie Basham at 202-435-7089.
Commuters looking for a place to park can find several public garages within a block of the office. Some
have monthly rates and payment plans available, but drivers should be prepared to pay cash for day-today parking in a public garage.

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DRIVING
From the northeast (Baltimore)
Take I-95 South to I-495 West (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the northwest (Rockville)
Take I-270 South to I-495 East (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the south (Richmond)
Take I-95 North to I-395 North. As you approach Washington, DC, take the left exit for Route 1 North
towards Washington (14th Street). Follow 14th Street into downtown and take a left onto K Street, NW.
Take a right onto 20th Street, NW. Take a right onto L Street, NW and travel two blocks to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the west (Fairfax)
Take I-66 East into Washington. Stay straight, and you will be on Constitution Avenue NW. Take a left
onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th
Street, NW and L Street, NW.
NOTE: I-66 is an HOV-2 lane during rush hour (Eastbound from 6:30 – 9:00 a.m. and Westbound from
4:00 – 6:30 pm) inside the Capital Beltway (I-495). If you are traveling alone, you will want to use the
following directions:
Take Route 50 (Arlington Boulevard) East into Washington, DC. Stay straight, and you will be on
Constitution Avenue. Take a left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the east (Annapolis)
Take US-50 West into downtown Washington, where it will become New York Avenue. Continue past 7th
Street, NW and the Washington Convention Center on your right side; bear right onto Massachusetts
Avenue, NW. Follow Massachusetts Avenue to Dupont Circle. Going right around the circle, exit onto
19th Street, NW. Travel south on 19th Street, NW for three blocks. Take a left onto L Street, NW and
travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.

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March 31, 2011
Dear Ms. Scurlock:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Administrative Officer, CN-0341-5A
83,489.00
April 10, 2011
Transfer/Career
Felicia Royster, ph: 202-435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on April 11, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8516.
Sincerely,
Bonni Chambers
HR Specialist

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June 03, 2011
Dear Brian Schwartz:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection! We
are glad you chose to join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below is
pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series, Grade & PD #:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Supervisor Name:
Human Capital Customer Consultant
Onboarding Contact:

IT Specialist (INFOSEC) Information Systems Security Manager, CN2210-5C, PD #111830 (see attached)
$98,000
06/19/2011
Career
Mike Witt
Seth Mann
Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 / Emily Herchen, 202-435-7519

You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation.
Prior to your First Day
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website to learn more about working at CFPB
(https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). This site will provide you with the
necessary information in order to complete your hiring process.
The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. Please bring these
completed forms with you on your first day of work. The “Benefits” section houses further information about
your benefits options and related forms. If you do not have access to an Internet-connected personal computer
and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will begin on Monday, June 20, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street
NW, Washington, DC. On your first day, you will need to bring an unexpired U.S. passport with you OR a
photo ID such as driver’s license or military service card AND a second form of identification as outlined on
the I-9 Form, like a social security card or birth certificate.
Please ensure you arrive early on your first day, as orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a.m. An Onboarding
Contact will greet you in the lobby and escort you to orientation in Room 503. During this session, we will
provide important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and working on our
team. Please see the next page for directions to 1801 L Street NW.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8533.
Sincerely,

Eric Shea
Human Resources Specialist

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GETTING TO CFPB
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is currently located at the intersection of L Street,
NW and 18th Street, NW at:
1801 L Street, NW
Washington DC 20036
METRO
The CFPB Office is conveniently located near 2 Metro Stations: Farragut North Station (Red Line;
take the L Street exit) and Farragut West Station (Orange and Blue Lines; take the 18th Street exit).

BICYCLES
If you choose to ride a bicycle to our office, you may secure it to one of the bike racks available at the
public parking garages nearby, including the garage in our building. Be sure to ask about the hours of
operation at the location where you store your bicycle. The Washington Area Bicyclist Association
(WABA) runs bike safety classes and provides information and advocacy for Washington area bicyclists.
Their website is www.waba.org. Remember to obey traffic signals and rules, always wear a helmet, wear
reflective clothing, use lights at night, and bike with care!

PARKING
There are currently no available parking spots at 1801 L Street for CFPB employees. If you are interested
in placing your name on the waiting list for building parking, contact Stephanie Basham at 202-435-7089.
Commuters looking for a place to park can find several public garages within a block of the office. Some
have monthly rates and payment plans available, but drivers should be prepared to pay cash for day-today parking in a public garage.

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DRIVING
From the northeast (Baltimore)
Take I-95 South to I-495 West (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the northwest (Rockville)
Take I-270 South to I-495 East (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the south (Richmond)
Take I-95 North to I-395 North. As you approach Washington, DC, take the left exit for Route 1 North
towards Washington (14th Street). Follow 14th Street into downtown and take a left onto K Street, NW.
Take a right onto 20th Street, NW. Take a right onto L Street, NW and travel two blocks to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the west (Fairfax)
Take I-66 East into Washington. Stay straight, and you will be on Constitution Avenue NW. Take a left
onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th
Street, NW and L Street, NW.
NOTE: I-66 is an HOV-2 lane during rush hour (Eastbound from 6:30 – 9:00 a.m. and Westbound from
4:00 – 6:30 pm) inside the Capital Beltway (I-495). If you are traveling alone, you will want to use the
following directions:
Take Route 50 (Arlington Boulevard) East into Washington, DC. Stay straight, and you will be on
Constitution Avenue. Take a left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the east (Annapolis)
Take US-50 West into downtown Washington, where it will become New York Avenue. Continue past 7th
Street, NW and the Washington Convention Center on your right side; bear right onto Massachusetts
Avenue, NW. Follow Massachusetts Avenue to Dupont Circle. Going right around the circle, exit onto
19th Street, NW. Travel south on 19th Street, NW for three blocks. Take a left onto L Street, NW and
travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.

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April 19, 2011
Dear Kathy Sanders:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Office Name and Contact:

Administrative Operations Specialist, CN-0303-3C
$54,201
05/08/2011
Transfer
Felicia Royster (202) 435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on May 9, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to the
orientation room, room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning CFPB’s history and organizational structure, ethics, security, safety, and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8488.
Sincerely,

Dalton Ferrell
Human Resources Specialist

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May 13, 2011
Dear Mr. Rubin,
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Attorney Advisor (Enforcement Attorney), CN-0905-7A
$173,000.00
05/22/2011
Excepted
Christine Megee, 202-435-7021

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on May 23, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.

If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8516.
Sincerely,
Bonni Chambers
Human Resources Specialist

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June 6, 2011
Dear Jack Roziner:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection! We
are glad you chose to join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below is
pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series, Grade & PD #:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Supervisor Name:
Human Capital Customer Consultant
Onboarding Contact:

Supervisory Auditor, CN-0511-7A, PD #111010 (see attached)
$173,003.00
June 19, 2011
Career
Elizabeth Reilly 202-435-7278
Seth Mann
Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 / Emily Herchen, 202-435-7519

You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation.
Prior to your First Day
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website to learn more about working at CFPB
(https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). This site will provide you with the
necessary information in order to complete your hiring process.
The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. Please bring these
completed forms with you on your first day of work. The “Benefits” section houses further information about
your benefits options and related forms. If you do not have access to an Internet-connected personal computer
and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will begin on June 20, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. On your first day, you will need to bring an unexpired U.S. passport with you OR a photo ID
such as driver’s license or military service card AND a second form of identification as outlined on the I-9
Form, like a social security card or birth certificate.
Please ensure you arrive early on your first day, as orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a.m. An Onboarding
Contact will greet you in the lobby and escort you to orientation in Room 503. During this session, we will
provide important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and working on our
team. Please see the next page for directions to 1801 L Street NW.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8534.
Sincerely,

Missy Canavan
Human Resources Specialist

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GETTING TO CFPB
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is currently located at the intersection of L Street,
NW and 18th Street, NW at:
1801 L Street, NW
Washington DC 20036
METRO
The CFPB Office is conveniently located near 2 Metro Stations: Farragut North Station (Red Line;
take the L Street exit) and Farragut West Station (Orange and Blue Lines; take the 18th Street exit).

BICYCLES
If you choose to ride a bicycle to our office, you may secure it to one of the bike racks available at the
public parking garages nearby, including the garage in our building. Be sure to ask about the hours of
operation at the location where you store your bicycle. The Washington Area Bicyclist Association
(WABA) runs bike safety classes and provides information and advocacy for Washington area bicyclists.
Their website is www.waba.org. Remember to obey traffic signals and rules, always wear a helmet, wear
reflective clothing, use lights at night, and bike with care!

PARKING
There are currently no available parking spots at 1801 L Street for CFPB employees. If you are interested
in placing your name on the waiting list for building parking, contact Stephanie Basham at 202-435-7089.
Commuters looking for a place to park can find several public garages within a block of the office. Some
have monthly rates and payment plans available, but drivers should be prepared to pay cash for day-today parking in a public garage.

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DRIVING
From the northeast (Baltimore)
Take I-95 South to I-495 West (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the northwest (Rockville)
Take I-270 South to I-495 East (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the south (Richmond)
Take I-95 North to I-395 North. As you approach Washington, DC, take the left exit for Route 1 North
towards Washington (14th Street). Follow 14th Street into downtown and take a left onto K Street, NW.
Take a right onto 20th Street, NW. Take a right onto L Street, NW and travel two blocks to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the west (Fairfax)
Take I-66 East into Washington. Stay straight, and you will be on Constitution Avenue NW. Take a left
onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th
Street, NW and L Street, NW.
NOTE: I-66 is an HOV-2 lane during rush hour (Eastbound from 6:30 – 9:00 a.m. and Westbound from
4:00 – 6:30 pm) inside the Capital Beltway (I-495). If you are traveling alone, you will want to use the
following directions:
Take Route 50 (Arlington Boulevard) East into Washington, DC. Stay straight, and you will be on
Constitution Avenue. Take a left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the east (Annapolis)
Take US-50 West into downtown Washington, where it will become New York Avenue. Continue past 7th
Street, NW and the Washington Convention Center on your right side; bear right onto Massachusetts
Avenue, NW. Follow Massachusetts Avenue to Dupont Circle. Going right around the circle, exit onto
19th Street, NW. Travel south on 19th Street, NW for three blocks. Take a left onto L Street, NW and
travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.

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April 26, 2011
Dear Mr. Rothstein:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Senior Economist, CN-0110-7A
$173,003.00
May 8, 2011
Transfer to Career Appt.
Felicia Royster, ph: 202-435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on May 9, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8399.
Sincerely,

Amanda McLeish
Human Resources Specialist

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June 7, 2011
Dear Mr. Rawls:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection! We
are glad you chose to join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below is
pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series, Grade & PD #:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Supervisor Name:
Human Capital Customer Consultant
Onboarding Contact:

Consumer Response Specialist, CN-301-4B, PD #111310 (see
attached)
$ 68,500.00
June 19, 2011
Transfer/Career Appointment
Deborah Reilly
Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193
Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 / Emily Herchen, 202-435-7519

You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation.
Prior to your First Day
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website to learn more about working at CFPB
(https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). This site will provide you with the
necessary information in order to complete your hiring process.
The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. Please bring these
completed forms with you on your first day of work. The “Benefits” section houses further information about
your benefits options and related forms. If you do not have access to an Internet-connected personal computer
and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be begin on June 20, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. On your first day, you will need to bring an unexpired U.S. passport with you OR a photo ID
such as driver’s license or military service card AND a second form of identification as outlined on the I-9
Form, like a social security card or birth certificate.
Please ensure you arrive early on your first day, as orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a.m. An Onboarding
Contact will greet you in the lobby and escort you to orientation in Room 503. During this session, we will
provide important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and working on our
team. Please see the next page for directions to 1801 L Street NW.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8516.
Sincerely,
Bonni Chambers
HR Specialist

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June 3, 2011
Dear Ms. Pound:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection! We
are glad you chose to join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below is
pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series, Grade & PD #:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Supervisor Name:
Human Capital Customer Consultant
Onboarding Contact:

Attorney-Adviser (General), CN-0905-5B, PD #110030 (see attached)
$ 85,000.00
June 19, 2011
Excepted
Kent Markus
Christine Megee, 202-435-7021
Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 / Emily Herchen, 202-435-7519

You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You may/will be subject to a one year
trial/probationary period.
Prior to your First Day
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website to learn more about working at CFPB
(https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). This site will provide you with the
necessary information in order to complete your hiring process.
The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. Please bring these
completed forms with you on your first day of work. The “Benefits” section houses further information about
your benefits options and related forms. If you do not have access to an Internet-connected personal computer
and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be begin on June 20, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. On your first day, you will need to bring an unexpired U.S. passport with you OR a photo ID
such as driver’s license or military service card AND a second form of identification as outlined on the I-9
Form, like a social security card or birth certificate.
Please ensure you arrive early on your first day, as orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a.m. An Onboarding
Contact will greet you in the lobby and escort you to orientation in Room 503. During this session, we will
provide important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and working on our
team. Please see the next page for directions to 1801 L Street NW.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8516.
Sincerely,
Bonni Chambers
HR Specialist

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March 8, 2011
Dear Cara Petersen:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Attorney-Advisor, CN-0905-7A
$173,003
3/27/2011
Excepted
Felicia Royster – 202-435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on March 28, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to the
orientation room on the 6th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to orientation.
One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second form of
identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning Treasury’s history and organizational structure, ethics, security, safety, and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8488.
Sincerely,

Stephanie Frye
For Layne Pottmeyer
Human Resources Specialist

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March 31, 2011

Dear Vanessa Perry:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Expert, CN-0301-7A
$76.69 hourly
4/04/2011
Expert
Felicia Royster – 202-435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation.
On Your First Day
Please contact Felicia to schedule a time to meet between for sometime between 8:00 and 9:00 a. m. At your
designated time, please report to 1801 L Street NW, Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this
location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West (Orange/Blue lines).
Please bring two forms of ID. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service
card. The second form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Please contact Felicia to schedule a time to meet between for sometime between 8:00 and 9:00 a. m.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8488.
Sincerely,

Layne Pottmeyer
Human Resources Specialist

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May 11, 2011
Dear Leslie Parrish:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Payday and Small Dollar Lending Analyst
$145,400.00
06/05/2011
Term Appointment Not-to-Exceed 07/05/2012; may be extended to a
total of 4 years
Felicia Royster (202) 435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on June 6, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8399.
Sincerely,

Amanda McLeish
Human Resources Specialist

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May 4, 2011
Dear Joshua Orenstein:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Attorney-Advisor, CN-0905-6A
$124,200.00
5/22/2011
Excepted
Felicia Royster – 202-435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on May 23, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8488.
Sincerely,

Layne Pottmeyer
Human Resources Specialist

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June 23, 2011
Dear Nicholas Olson:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection! We
are glad you chose to join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below is
pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series, Grade & PD #:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Supervisor Name:
Human Capital Customer Consultant
Onboarding Contact:

Senior Contract Specialist, CN-1102-6A,
PD # 111600 (see attached)
$128,098.00
July 3rd, 2011
Career - Transfer
Joshua Galicki
Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193
Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 / Emily Herchen, 202-435-7519

You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation.
Prior to your First Day
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website to learn more about working at CFPB
(https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). This site will provide you with the
necessary information in order to complete your hiring process.
The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. Please bring these
completed forms with you on your first day of work. The “Benefits” section houses further information about
your benefits options and related forms. If you do not have access to an Internet-connected personal computer
and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will begin on July 5th, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. On your first day, you will need to bring an unexpired U.S. passport with you OR a photo ID
such as driver’s license or military service card AND a second form of identification as outlined on the I-9
Form, like a social security card or birth certificate.
Please ensure you arrive early on your first day, as orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a.m. An Onboarding
Contact will greet you in the lobby and escort you to orientation in Room 503. During this session, we will
provide important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and working on our
team. Please see the next page for directions to 1801 L Street NW.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8488.
Sincerely,

Human Resources Specialist

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GETTING TO CFPB
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is currently located at the intersection of L Street,
NW and 18th Street, NW at:
1801 L Street, NW
Washington DC 20036
METRO
The CFPB Office is conveniently located near 2 Metro Stations: Farragut North Station (Red Line;
take the L Street exit) and Farragut West Station (Orange and Blue Lines; take the 18th Street exit).

BICYCLES
If you choose to ride a bicycle to our office, you may secure it to one of the bike racks available at the
public parking garages nearby, including the garage in our building. Be sure to ask about the hours of
operation at the location where you store your bicycle. The Washington Area Bicyclist Association
(WABA) runs bike safety classes and provides information and advocacy for Washington area bicyclists.
Their website is www.waba.org. Remember to obey traffic signals and rules, always wear a helmet, wear
reflective clothing, use lights at night, and bike with care!

PARKING
There are currently no available parking spots at 1801 L Street for CFPB employees. If you are interested
in placing your name on the waiting list for building parking, contact Stephanie Basham at 202-435-7089.
Commuters looking for a place to park can find several public garages within a block of the office. Some
have monthly rates and payment plans available, but drivers should be prepared to pay cash for day-today parking in a public garage.

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DRIVING
From the northeast (Baltimore)
Take I-95 South to I-495 West (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the northwest (Rockville)
Take I-270 South to I-495 East (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the south (Richmond)
Take I-95 North to I-395 North. As you approach Washington, DC, take the left exit for Route 1 North
towards Washington (14th Street). Follow 14th Street into downtown and take a left onto K Street, NW.
Take a right onto 20th Street, NW. Take a right onto L Street, NW and travel two blocks to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the west (Fairfax)
Take I-66 East into Washington. Stay straight, and you will be on Constitution Avenue NW. Take a left
onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th
Street, NW and L Street, NW.
NOTE: I-66 is an HOV-2 lane during rush hour (Eastbound from 6:30 – 9:00 a.m. and Westbound from
4:00 – 6:30 pm) inside the Capital Beltway (I-495). If you are traveling alone, you will want to use the
following directions:
Take Route 50 (Arlington Boulevard) East into Washington, DC. Stay straight, and you will be on
Constitution Avenue. Take a left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the east (Annapolis)
Take US-50 West into downtown Washington, where it will become New York Avenue. Continue past 7th
Street, NW and the Washington Convention Center on your right side; bear right onto Massachusetts
Avenue, NW. Follow Massachusetts Avenue to Dupont Circle. Going right around the circle, exit onto
19th Street, NW. Travel south on 19th Street, NW for three blocks. Take a left onto L Street, NW and
travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.

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May 31, 2011
Dear Elizabeth Newhall:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection! We
are glad you chose to join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below is
pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series, Grade & PD #:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Supervisor Name:
Human Capital Customer Consultant
Onboarding Contact:

Examiner, CN-0570-5C, PD # 110920 (see attached)
$104,562.00
June 5th, 2011
Career-conditional
Peggy Twohig
Katherine Cronin, 202-435-7059
Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 / Emily Herchen, 202-435-7519

You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year probationary
period.
Prior to your First Day
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website to learn more about working at CFPB
(https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). This site will provide you with the
necessary information in order to complete your hiring process.
The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. Please bring these
completed forms with you on your first day of work. The “Benefits” section houses further information about
your benefits options and related forms. If you do not have access to an Internet-connected personal computer
and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will begin on June 6th, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. On your first day, you will need to bring an unexpired U.S. passport with you OR a photo ID
such as driver’s license or military service card AND a second form of identification as outlined on the I-9
Form, like a social security card or birth certificate.
Please ensure you arrive early on your first day, as orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a.m. An Onboarding
Contact will greet you in the lobby and escort you to orientation in Room 503. During this session, we will
provide important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and working on our
team. Please see the next page for directions to 1801 L Street NW.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8488.
Sincerely,

Human Resources Specialist

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GETTING TO CFPB
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is currently located at the intersection of L Street,
NW and 18th Street, NW at:
1801 L Street, NW
Washington DC 20036
METRO
The CFPB Office is conveniently located near 2 Metro Stations: Farragut North Station (Red Line;
take the L Street exit) and Farragut West Station (Orange and Blue Lines; take the 18th Street exit).

BICYCLES
If you choose to ride a bicycle to our office, you may secure it to one of the bike racks available at the
public parking garages nearby, including the garage in our building. Be sure to ask about the hours of
operation at the location where you store your bicycle. The Washington Area Bicyclist Association
(WABA) runs bike safety classes and provides information and advocacy for Washington area bicyclists.
Their website is www.waba.org. Remember to obey traffic signals and rules, always wear a helmet, wear
reflective clothing, use lights at night, and bike with care!

PARKING
There are currently no available parking spots at 1801 L Street for CFPB employees. If you are interested
in placing your name on the waiting list for building parking, contact Stephanie Basham at 202-435-7089.
Commuters looking for a place to park can find several public garages within a block of the office. Some
have monthly rates and payment plans available, but drivers should be prepared to pay cash for day-today parking in a public garage.

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DRIVING
From the northeast (Baltimore)
Take I-95 South to I-495 West (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the northwest (Rockville)
Take I-270 South to I-495 East (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the south (Richmond)
Take I-95 North to I-395 North. As you approach Washington, DC, take the left exit for Route 1 North
towards Washington (14th Street). Follow 14th Street into downtown and take a left onto K Street, NW.
Take a right onto 20th Street, NW. Take a right onto L Street, NW and travel two blocks to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the west (Fairfax)
Take I-66 East into Washington. Stay straight, and you will be on Constitution Avenue NW. Take a left
onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th
Street, NW and L Street, NW.
NOTE: I-66 is an HOV-2 lane during rush hour (Eastbound from 6:30 – 9:00 a.m. and Westbound from
4:00 – 6:30 pm) inside the Capital Beltway (I-495). If you are traveling alone, you will want to use the
following directions:
Take Route 50 (Arlington Boulevard) East into Washington, DC. Stay straight, and you will be on
Constitution Avenue. Take a left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the east (Annapolis)
Take US-50 West into downtown Washington, where it will become New York Avenue. Continue past 7th
Street, NW and the Washington Convention Center on your right side; bear right onto Massachusetts
Avenue, NW. Follow Massachusetts Avenue to Dupont Circle. Going right around the circle, exit onto
19th Street, NW. Travel south on 19th Street, NW for three blocks. Take a left onto L Street, NW and
travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.

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April 6, 2011

Dear Karen Murrell:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Expert, CN-0301-7A
$76.69 hourly
4/15/2011
Excepted Service Appointment not-to-exceed 10/14/2011
Felicia Royster (202) 435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation.
On Your First Day
Please report to Felicia Royster at 9:00 a.m. on Friday, April 15, 2011 at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines).
Please bring two forms of ID. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service
card. The second form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8312.
Sincerely,

Dalton Ferrell
Human Resources Specialist

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March 18, 2011
Dear Erie Meyer:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

IT Specialist, CN-2210-5C
$118,155.00
3/27/2011
Term Appointment Not-to-Exceed 4/27/2012
Felicia Royster (202) 435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will tentatively be held on March 28, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L
Street NW, Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and
Farragut West (Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will
escort you to orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with
you to orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The
second form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8519.
Sincerely,

Stephanie Frye
Human Resources Specialist

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May 2, 2011
Dear Shawn Mewhorter:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Office Name and Contact:

Management and Program Analyst (Privacy), CN-0343-6A
$128,098
5/08/2011
Career
Felicia Royster – 202-435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on May 9, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to the
orientation room, room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning CFPB’s history and organizational structure, ethics, security, safety, and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8488.
Sincerely,

Layne Pottmeyer
Human Resources Specialist

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June 1, 2011
Dear Toniann McFadden:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection! We
are glad you chose to join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below is
pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series, Grade & PD #:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Supervisor Name:
Human Capital Customer Consultant
Onboarding Contact:

Human Resources Specialist, CN-0201-5C, PD # 111040 (see attached)
$123,518.00
June 19th, 2011
Career
Vicki Sensiba
Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193
Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 / Emily Herchen, 202-435-7519

You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation.
Prior to your First Day
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website to learn more about working at CFPB
(https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). This site will provide you with the
necessary information in order to complete your hiring process.
The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. Please bring these
completed forms with you on your first day of work. The “Benefits” section houses further information about
your benefits options and related forms. If you do not have access to an Internet-connected personal computer
and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will begin on June 20th, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. On your first day, you will need to bring an unexpired U.S. passport with you OR a photo ID
such as driver’s license or military service card AND a second form of identification as outlined on the I-9
Form, like a social security card or birth certificate.
Please ensure you arrive early on your first day, as orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a.m. An Onboarding
Contact will greet you in the lobby and escort you to orientation in Room 503. During this session, we will
provide important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and working on our
team. Please see the next page for directions to 1801 L Street NW.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8488.
Sincerely,

Human Resources Specialist

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GETTING TO CFPB
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is currently located at the intersection of L Street,
NW and 18th Street, NW at:
1801 L Street, NW
Washington DC 20036
METRO
The CFPB Office is conveniently located near 2 Metro Stations: Farragut North Station (Red Line;
take the L Street exit) and Farragut West Station (Orange and Blue Lines; take the 18th Street exit).

BICYCLES
If you choose to ride a bicycle to our office, you may secure it to one of the bike racks available at the
public parking garages nearby, including the garage in our building. Be sure to ask about the hours of
operation at the location where you store your bicycle. The Washington Area Bicyclist Association
(WABA) runs bike safety classes and provides information and advocacy for Washington area bicyclists.
Their website is www.waba.org. Remember to obey traffic signals and rules, always wear a helmet, wear
reflective clothing, use lights at night, and bike with care!

PARKING
There are currently no available parking spots at 1801 L Street for CFPB employees. If you are interested
in placing your name on the waiting list for building parking, contact Stephanie Basham at 202-435-7089.
Commuters looking for a place to park can find several public garages within a block of the office. Some
have monthly rates and payment plans available, but drivers should be prepared to pay cash for day-today parking in a public garage.

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DRIVING
From the northeast (Baltimore)
Take I-95 South to I-495 West (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the northwest (Rockville)
Take I-270 South to I-495 East (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the south (Richmond)
Take I-95 North to I-395 North. As you approach Washington, DC, take the left exit for Route 1 North
towards Washington (14th Street). Follow 14th Street into downtown and take a left onto K Street, NW.
Take a right onto 20th Street, NW. Take a right onto L Street, NW and travel two blocks to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the west (Fairfax)
Take I-66 East into Washington. Stay straight, and you will be on Constitution Avenue NW. Take a left
onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th
Street, NW and L Street, NW.
NOTE: I-66 is an HOV-2 lane during rush hour (Eastbound from 6:30 – 9:00 a.m. and Westbound from
4:00 – 6:30 pm) inside the Capital Beltway (I-495). If you are traveling alone, you will want to use the
following directions:
Take Route 50 (Arlington Boulevard) East into Washington, DC. Stay straight, and you will be on
Constitution Avenue. Take a left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the east (Annapolis)
Take US-50 West into downtown Washington, where it will become New York Avenue. Continue past 7th
Street, NW and the Washington Convention Center on your right side; bear right onto Massachusetts
Avenue, NW. Follow Massachusetts Avenue to Dupont Circle. Going right around the circle, exit onto
19th Street, NW. Travel south on 19th Street, NW for three blocks. Take a left onto L Street, NW and
travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.

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April 19, 2011
Dear Ms. McDonald:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Attorney Advisor, CN-0905-5A
$83,489.00
May 2, 2011
Excepted Appointment
Christine Megee, ph: 202-435-7021

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Please report to Christina Megee on May 2, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW, Washington, DC. The
closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West (Orange/Blue lines). It
is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to orientation room 503 on
the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to orientation. One must be a picture
ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second form of identification must be a
social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.

If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8516.
Sincerely,

Bonni Chambers
HR Specialist

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May 18, 2011
Dear Angela Martin:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Attorney-Advisor, CN-0905-7A
$185,998.00
06/05/2011
Excepted
Felicia Royster – 202-435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on June 6, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8533.
Sincerely,

Eric Shea
Human Resources Specialist

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June 2, 2011
Dear Mr. Manon:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection! We
are glad you chose to join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below is
pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series, Grade & PD #:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Supervisor Name:
Human Capital Customer Consultant
Onboarding Contact:

Financial Services & Products Translator, CN-1040-5B, PD #112070
(see attached)
$94,563.00
June 19th, 2011
Temporary Appointment Not-to-Exceed 12/19/2011
Zixta Martinez
Emily Herchen
Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 / Emily Herchen, 202-435-7519

You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation.
Prior to your First Day
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website to learn more about working at CFPB
(https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). This site will provide you with the
necessary information in order to complete your hiring process.
The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. Please bring these
completed forms with you on your first day of work. The “Benefits” section houses further information about
your benefits options and related forms. If you do not have access to an Internet-connected personal computer
and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be begin on June 20, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. On your first day, you will need to bring an unexpired U.S. passport with you OR a photo ID
such as driver’s license or military service card AND a second form of identification as outlined on the I-9
Form, like a social security card or birth certificate.
Please ensure you arrive early on your first day, as orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a.m. An Onboarding
Contact will greet you in the lobby and escort you to orientation in Room 503. During this session, we will
provide important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and working on our
team. Please see the next page for directions to 1801 L Street NW.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8399.
Sincerely,

Amanda McLeish
Human Resources Specialist

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GETTING TO CFPB
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is currently located at the intersection of L Street,
NW and 18th Street, NW at:
1801 L Street, NW
Washington DC 20036
METRO
The CFPB Office is conveniently located near 2 Metro Stations: Farragut North Station (Red Line;
take the L Street exit) and Farragut West Station (Orange and Blue Lines; take the 18th Street exit).

BICYCLES
If you choose to ride a bicycle to our office, you may secure it to one of the bike racks available at the
public parking garages nearby, including the garage in our building. Be sure to ask about the hours of
operation at the location where you store your bicycle. The Washington Area Bicyclist Association
(WABA) runs bike safety classes and provides information and advocacy for Washington area bicyclists.
Their website is www.waba.org. Remember to obey traffic signals and rules, always wear a helmet, wear
reflective clothing, use lights at night, and bike with care!

PARKING
There are currently no available parking spots at 1801 L Street for CFPB employees. If you are interested
in placing your name on the waiting list for building parking, contact Stephanie Basham at 202-435-7089.
Commuters looking for a place to park can find several public garages within a block of the office. Some
have monthly rates and payment plans available, but drivers should be prepared to pay cash for day-today parking in a public garage.

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DRIVING
From the northeast (Baltimore)
Take I-95 South to I-495 West (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the northwest (Rockville)
Take I-270 South to I-495 East (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the south (Richmond)
Take I-95 North to I-395 North. As you approach Washington, DC, take the left exit for Route 1 North
towards Washington (14th Street). Follow 14th Street into downtown and take a left onto K Street, NW.
Take a right onto 20th Street, NW. Take a right onto L Street, NW and travel two blocks to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the west (Fairfax)
Take I-66 East into Washington. Stay straight, and you will be on Constitution Avenue NW. Take a left
onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th
Street, NW and L Street, NW.
NOTE: I-66 is an HOV-2 lane during rush hour (Eastbound from 6:30 – 9:00 a.m. and Westbound from
4:00 – 6:30 pm) inside the Capital Beltway (I-495). If you are traveling alone, you will want to use the
following directions:
Take Route 50 (Arlington Boulevard) East into Washington, DC. Stay straight, and you will be on
Constitution Avenue. Take a left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the east (Annapolis)
Take US-50 West into downtown Washington, where it will become New York Avenue. Continue past 7th
Street, NW and the Washington Convention Center on your right side; bear right onto Massachusetts
Avenue, NW. Follow Massachusetts Avenue to Dupont Circle. Going right around the circle, exit onto
19th Street, NW. Travel south on 19th Street, NW for three blocks. Take a left onto L Street, NW and
travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.

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April 28, 2011
Dear Tamara Lucero:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Administrative Operations Assistant, CN-0303-3C
$65,450.00
5/08/2011
Term Appointment Not to Exceed 11/08/2012, May be extended up to 4
years.
Gail Hillebrand 202-435-7093 (7029)

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on May 09, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8488.
Sincerely,
Rebecca Hanna
Human Resources Specialist

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April 18, 2011
Dear Mr. Levisohn,
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Attorney Advisor (General), CN-0905-6A
$134,503.00
05/02/2011
Excepted
Christine Megee, 202-435-7021

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
You need to report to Christina Megee on May 2, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW, Washington, DC.
The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West (Orange/Blue
lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to orientation room
503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to orientation. One must be a
picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second form of identification must be
a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.

If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8516.
Sincerely,
Bonni Chambers
Human Resources Specialist

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April 19, 2011
Dear Ori Lev:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Attorney-Advisor, CN-0905-7A
$195,000.00
4/24/2011
Excepted
Felicia Royster – 202-435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on April 25, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8488.
Sincerely,

Layne Pottmeyer
Human Resources Specialist

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April 12, 2011
Dear Mr. Leary:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Senior Economist, CN-0110-7A
$173,003.00
April 24, 2011
Transfer to Career Appt.
Felicia Royster, ph: 202-435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Please report to Felicia Royster at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday, April 26, 2011, at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. You will need to bring two forms of identification
with you. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8399.
Sincerely,

Amanda McLeish
Human Resources Specialist

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May 18,2011
Dear Mr. Konop,
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Attorney Advisor (Enforcement Attorney), CN-0905-7A
$121,023.00
05/22/2011
Excepted
Christine Megee, 202-435-7021

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on May 23, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.

If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8516.
Sincerely,
Bonni Chambers
Human Resources Specialist

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April 5, 2011
Dear Brett Kitt
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Attorney Advisor (General), CN-0905-7A
$157,275.00
04/10/2011
Excepted
Christine Megee, 202-435-7021

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on April 11, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.

If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8516.
Sincerely,
Bonni Chambers
Human Resources Specialist

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May 16, 2011
Dear Ms. Kelly,
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Attorney Advisor (Enforcement Attorney), CN-0905-7A
$173,003.00
06/05/2011
Excepted
Christine Megee, 202-435-7021

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on June 6, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.

If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8516.
Sincerely,
Bonni Chambers
Human Resources Specialist

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May 10, 2011
Dear Reginald Anthony Kelley:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Administrative Operations Assistant, CN-0303-3B
$46,300.00 per year
05/22/2011
Term, NTE 11/22/2012
Vicki Sensiba, ph: 202-435-7449

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on May 23, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.

If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8230.
Sincerely,

David Bright
Human Resources Specialist

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March 1, 2011
Dear Thomas Kearney:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Attorney-Advisor, CN-0905-6A
$134,503
3/27/2011
Excepted
Felicia Royster – 202-435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on March 28, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8488.
Sincerely,

Layne Pottmeyer
Human Resources Specialist

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May 13, 2011
Dear Ms. Jimenez:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Policy Analyst CN-301-5C
$98,000.00
May 8, 2011
Excepted Service Appointment not-to-exceed 11/08/2012; may be
extended to a total of 4 years
Felicia Royster, ph: 202-435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on May 9, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8399.
Sincerely,

Amanda McLeish
Human Resources Specialist

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May 11, 2011
Dear Mr. Jacques,
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Attorney Advisor (Enforcement Attorney), CN-0905-7A
$160,008.00
06/05/2011
Excepted
Christine Megee, 202-435-7021

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on June 6, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.

If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8516.
Sincerely,
Bonni Chambers
Human Resources Specialist

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May 4, 2011
Dear William Holzerland:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Office Name and Contact:

Management and Program Analyst (FOIA), CN-0343-6A
$128,098
5/22/2011
Career
Felicia Royster – 202-435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on May 23, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to the
orientation room, room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning CFPB’s history and organizational structure, ethics, security, safety, and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8488.
Sincerely,

Layne Pottmeyer
Human Resources Specialist

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March 24, 2011
Dear Gail Hillebrand:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Associate Director, Consumer Education & Engagement, CN-0301-9A
$251,288
04/10/2011
Excepted Service Appointment not-to-exceed 10/10/2012
Felicia Royster (202) 435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on April 11, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8312.
Sincerely,

Dalton Ferrell
Human Resources Specialist

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June 8, 2011
Dear Mr. Hawkes:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection! We
are glad you chose to join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below is
pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series, Grade & PD #:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Supervisor Name:
Human Capital Customer Consultant
Onboarding Contact:

Consumer Response Specialist, CN-0301-4B, PD#111310(see
attached)
$ 77,300.00
June 19, 2011
Transfer/Career
Deborah Reilly
Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193
Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 / Emily Herchen, 202-435-7519

You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation.
Prior to your First Day
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website to learn more about working at CFPB
(https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). This site will provide you with the
necessary information in order to complete your hiring process.
The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. Please bring these
completed forms with you on your first day of work. The “Benefits” section houses further information about
your benefits options and related forms. If you do not have access to an Internet-connected personal computer
and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be begin on June 20, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. On your first day, you will need to bring an unexpired U.S. passport with you OR a photo ID
such as driver’s license or military service card AND a second form of identification as outlined on the I-9
Form, like a social security card or birth certificate.
Please ensure you arrive early on your first day, as orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a.m. An Onboarding
Contact will greet you in the lobby and escort you to orientation in Room 503. During this session, we will
provide important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and working on our
team. Please see the next page for directions to 1801 L Street NW.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8516.
Sincerely,
Bonni Chambers
HR Specialist

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March 25, 2011
Dear Stephen Hannah:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

IT Specialist, CN-2210-5C
$124,063.00
4/10/2011
Term Appointment Not-to-Exceed 5/10/2012
Felicia Royster (202) 435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will tentatively be held on April 11, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L
Street NW, Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and
Farragut West (Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will
escort you to orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with
you to orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The
second form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8519.
Sincerely,

Stephanie Frye
Human Resources Specialist

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May 13, 2011
Dear Ms. Hamilton:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Financial Analyst
$94,563.00
June 5, 2011
Excepted Service Appointment not-to-exceed 12/05/2012; may be
extended to 4 years
Felicia Royster, ph: 202-435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on June 6, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8399.
Sincerely,

Amanda McLeish
Human Resources Specialist

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March 25, 2011
Dear Richard P. Hackett, Esq.,
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Deputy Assistant Director, Installment Lending Markets CN-0301-8A
$201,192.00
05/08/2011
Term Appointment Not-to-Exceed 6/08/2012
Felicia Royster (202) 435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will tentatively be held on May 9, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L
Street NW, Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and
Farragut West (Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will
escort you to orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with
you to orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The
second form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8519.
Sincerely,

Stephanie Frye
Human Resources Specialist

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March 22, 2011
Dear Neeraj Gupta:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

IT Specialist, CN-2210-5C
$129,970.00
04/10/2011
Term Appointment Not-to-Exceed 5/10/2012
Felicia Royster (202) 435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will tentatively be held on April 11, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L
Street NW, Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and
Farragut West (Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will
escort you to orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with
you to orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The
second form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8519.
Sincerely,

Stephanie Frye
Human Resources Specialist

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May 2, 2011
Dear Mr. Gupta,
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Attorney Advisor (General), CN-0905-7A
$173,003.00
05/22/2011
Excepted
Christine Megee, 202-435-7021

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on May 23, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. Please contact either Felicia Royster at 202-4357193, or Emily Herchen at 202-435-7519 and one of them will escort you to orientation room 503 on the 5th
floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to orientation. One must be a picture ID
such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second form of identification must be a social
security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.

If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8516.
Sincerely,
Bonni Chambers
Human Resources Specialist

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March 24, 2011
Dear Eric Grover:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Consumer Education Communications Specialist, CN-1001-5C
$129,970.00
4/10/2011
Term, NTE 3 years
Felicia Royster – 202-435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on April 11, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8488.
Sincerely,

Layne Pottmeyer
Human Resources Specialist

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May 4, 2011
Dear Nehemiah Green:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Management and Program Analyst (Recruitment), CN-343-3C
$49,401.00
5/22/2011
Term, NTE 13 months
Felicia Royster – 202-435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on May 23, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8488.
Sincerely,

Layne Pottmeyer
Human Resources Specialist

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April 5, 2011
Dear Wesley Fravel:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Management and Program Analyst, CN-0343-5B
$100,822
4/10/2011
Career-Conditional /Transfer
Felicia Royster – 202-435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on April 11, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8488.
Sincerely,

Layne Pottmeyer
Human Resources Specialist

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May 6, 2011
Dear Patrice Ficklin:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Assistant Director, Fair Lending, CN-0301-8B
$224,063
5/16/2011
Excepted, Not to exceed 13 months
Felicia Royster – 202-435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Please meet with Felicia Royster on May 16, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW, Washington, DC. The
closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West (Orange/Blue lines). It
is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to orientation room 503 on
the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to orientation. One must be a picture
ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second form of identification must be a
social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8488.
Sincerely,

Layne Pottmeyer
Human Resources Specialist

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May 13, 2011
Dear Mr. Dubois:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Deputy Director, Office of Service Member Affairs, CN-0301-7A
$173,003.00
June 19, 2011
Transfer to Career Appt.
Felicia Royster, ph: 202-435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on June 20, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8399.
Sincerely,

Amanda McLeish
Human Resources Specialist

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April 6, 2011
Dear Kristen Donoghue:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Attorney-Advisor, CN-0905-7A
$173,003.00
4/24/2011
Excepted
Felicia Royster – 202-435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on April 25, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8488.
Sincerely,

Layne Pottmeyer
Human Resources Specialist

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March 23, 2011
Dear Rebecca Deutsch
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Attorney Advisor, CN-0905-7A
$173,003.00
04/10/2011
Excepted
Christine Megee, 202-435-7021

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on April 11, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.

If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8516.
Sincerely,
Bonni Chambers
Human Resources Specialist

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May 16, 2011
Dear Mr. D'Angelo,
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Attorney Advisor (Enforcement Attorney), CN-0905-7A
$147,013.00
06/05/2011
Excepted NTE 18 months
Christine Megee, 202-435-7021

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on June 6, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.

If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8516.
Sincerely,
Bonni Chambers
Human Resources Specialist

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May 26, 2011
Dear Jobe Danganan:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection! We
are glad you chose to join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below is
pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series, Grade & PD #:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Supervisor Name:
Human Capital Customer Consultant
Onboarding Contact:

Attorney-Advisor, CN-0905-, PD #110940 (see attached)
$147,013
June 5th, 2011
Excepted
Kent Markus
Christine Megee, 202-435-7021
Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 / Emily Herchen, 202-435-7519

You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website to learn more about working at CFPB
(https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). This site will provide you with the
necessary information in order to complete your hiring process.
The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. Please bring these
completed forms with you on your first day of work. The “Benefits” section houses further information about
your benefits options and related forms. If you do not have access to an Internet-connected personal computer
and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be begin on June 6, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. On your first day, you will need to bring an unexpired U.S. passport with you OR a photo ID
such as driver’s license or military service card AND a second form of identification as outlined on the I-9
Form, like a social security card or birth certificate.
Please ensure you arrive early on your first day, as orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a.m. An Onboarding
Contact will greet you in the lobby and escort you to orientation in Room 503. During this session, we will
provide important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and working on our
team. Please see the next page for directions to 1801 L Street NW.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8488.
Sincerely,

Layne Pottmeyer
Human Resources Specialist

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GETTING TO CFPB
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is currently located at the intersection of L Street,
NW and 18th Street, NW at:
1801 L Street, NW
Washington DC 20036
METRO
The CFPB Office is conveniently located near 2 Metro Stations: Farragut North Station (Red Line;
take the L Street exit) and Farragut West Station (Orange and Blue Lines; take the 18th Street exit).

BICYCLES
If you choose to ride a bicycle to our office, you may secure it to one of the bike racks available at the
public parking garages nearby, including the garage in our building. Be sure to ask about the hours of
operation at the location where you store your bicycle. The Washington Area Bicyclist Association
(WABA) runs bike safety classes and provides information and advocacy for Washington area bicyclists.
Their website is www.waba.org. Remember to obey traffic signals and rules, always wear a helmet, wear
reflective clothing, use lights at night, and bike with care!

PARKING
There are currently no available parking spots at 1801 L Street for CFPB employees. If you are interested
in placing your name on the waiting list for building parking, contact Stephanie Basham at 202-435-7089.
Commuters looking for a place to park can find several public garages within a block of the office. Some
have monthly rates and payment plans available, but drivers should be prepared to pay cash for day-today parking in a public garage.

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DRIVING
From the northeast (Baltimore)
Take I-95 South to I-495 West (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the northwest (Rockville)
Take I-270 South to I-495 East (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the south (Richmond)
Take I-95 North to I-395 North. As you approach Washington, DC, take the left exit for Route 1 North
towards Washington (14th Street). Follow 14th Street into downtown and take a left onto K Street, NW.
Take a right onto 20th Street, NW. Take a right onto L Street, NW and travel two blocks to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the west (Fairfax)
Take I-66 East into Washington. Stay straight, and you will be on Constitution Avenue NW. Take a left
onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th
Street, NW and L Street, NW.
NOTE: I-66 is an HOV-2 lane during rush hour (Eastbound from 6:30 – 9:00 a.m. and Westbound from
4:00 – 6:30 pm) inside the Capital Beltway (I-495). If you are traveling alone, you will want to use the
following directions:
Take Route 50 (Arlington Boulevard) East into Washington, DC. Stay straight, and you will be on
Constitution Avenue. Take a left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the east (Annapolis)
Take US-50 West into downtown Washington, where it will become New York Avenue. Continue past 7th
Street, NW and the Washington Convention Center on your right side; bear right onto Massachusetts
Avenue, NW. Follow Massachusetts Avenue to Dupont Circle. Going right around the circle, exit onto
19th Street, NW. Travel south on 19th Street, NW for three blocks. Take a left onto L Street, NW and
travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.

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April 5, 2011
Dear Wesley Fravel:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Management and Program Analyst, CN-0343-5B
$100,822
4/10/2011
Career /Transfer
Felicia Royster – 202-435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on April 11, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8488.
Sincerely,

Layne Pottmeyer
Human Resources Specialist

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June 02, 2011
Dear Gregory Crissman:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection! We
are glad you chose to join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below is
pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series, Grade & PD #:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Supervisor Name:
Human Capital Customer Consultant
Onboarding Contact:

IT Specialist (Information Security), CN-2210-5C, PD #112000 (see
attached)
$123,518
06/19/2011
Career
Mike Witt
Seth Mann
Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 / Emily Herchen, 202-435-7519

You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website to learn more about working at CFPB
(https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). This site will provide you with the
necessary information in order to complete your hiring process.
The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. Please bring these
completed forms with you on your first day of work. The “Benefits” section houses further information about
your benefits options and related forms. If you do not have access to an Internet-connected personal computer
and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be begin on June 20, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. On your first day, you will need to bring an unexpired U.S. passport with you OR a photo ID
such as driver’s license or military service card AND a second form of identification as outlined on the I-9
Form, like a social security card or birth certificate.
Please ensure you arrive early on your first day, as orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a.m. An Onboarding
Contact will greet you in the lobby and escort you to orientation in Room 503. During this session, we will
provide important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and working on our
team. Please see the next page for directions to 1801 L Street NW.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8533.
Sincerely,

Eric Shea
Human Resources Specialist

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GETTING TO CFPB
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is currently located at the intersection of L Street,
NW and 18th Street, NW at:
1801 L Street, NW
Washington DC 20036
METRO
The CFPB Office is conveniently located near 2 Metro Stations: Farragut North Station (Red Line;
take the L Street exit) and Farragut West Station (Orange and Blue Lines; take the 18th Street exit).

BICYCLES
If you choose to ride a bicycle to our office, you may secure it to one of the bike racks available at the
public parking garages nearby, including the garage in our building. Be sure to ask about the hours of
operation at the location where you store your bicycle. The Washington Area Bicyclist Association
(WABA) runs bike safety classes and provides information and advocacy for Washington area bicyclists.
Their website is www.waba.org. Remember to obey traffic signals and rules, always wear a helmet, wear
reflective clothing, use lights at night, and bike with care!

PARKING
There are currently no available parking spots at 1801 L Street for CFPB employees. If you are interested
in placing your name on the waiting list for building parking, contact Stephanie Basham at 202-435-7089.
Commuters looking for a place to park can find several public garages within a block of the office. Some
have monthly rates and payment plans available, but drivers should be prepared to pay cash for day-today parking in a public garage.

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DRIVING
From the northeast (Baltimore)
Take I-95 South to I-495 West (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the northwest (Rockville)
Take I-270 South to I-495 East (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the south (Richmond)
Take I-95 North to I-395 North. As you approach Washington, DC, take the left exit for Route 1 North
towards Washington (14th Street). Follow 14th Street into downtown and take a left onto K Street, NW.
Take a right onto 20th Street, NW. Take a right onto L Street, NW and travel two blocks to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the west (Fairfax)
Take I-66 East into Washington. Stay straight, and you will be on Constitution Avenue NW. Take a left
onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th
Street, NW and L Street, NW.
NOTE: I-66 is an HOV-2 lane during rush hour (Eastbound from 6:30 – 9:00 a.m. and Westbound from
4:00 – 6:30 pm) inside the Capital Beltway (I-495). If you are traveling alone, you will want to use the
following directions:
Take Route 50 (Arlington Boulevard) East into Washington, DC. Stay straight, and you will be on
Constitution Avenue. Take a left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the east (Annapolis)
Take US-50 West into downtown Washington, where it will become New York Avenue. Continue past 7th
Street, NW and the Washington Convention Center on your right side; bear right onto Massachusetts
Avenue, NW. Follow Massachusetts Avenue to Dupont Circle. Going right around the circle, exit onto
19th Street, NW. Travel south on 19th Street, NW for three blocks. Take a left onto L Street, NW and
travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.

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May 31, 2011
Dear Hoa Crews:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection! We
are glad you chose to join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below is
pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series, Grade & PD #:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Supervisor Name:
Human Capital Customer Consultant
Onboarding Contact:

Senior Procurement Analyst, CN-1102-6A,
PD # 111620 (see attached)
$141,000.00
June 5th, 2011
Career - Transfer
Joshua Galicki
Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193
Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 / Emily Herchen, 202-435-7519

You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation.
Prior to your First Day
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website to learn more about working at CFPB
(https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). This site will provide you with the
necessary information in order to complete your hiring process.
The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. Please bring these
completed forms with you on your first day of work. The “Benefits” section houses further information about
your benefits options and related forms. If you do not have access to an Internet-connected personal computer
and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will begin on June 6th, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. On your first day, you will need to bring an unexpired U.S. passport with you OR a photo ID
such as driver’s license or military service card AND a second form of identification as outlined on the I-9
Form, like a social security card or birth certificate.
Please ensure you arrive early on your first day, as orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a.m. An Onboarding
Contact will greet you in the lobby and escort you to orientation in Room 503. During this session, we will
provide important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and working on our
team. Please see the next page for directions to 1801 L Street NW.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8488.
Sincerely,

Human Resources Specialist

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GETTING TO CFPB
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is currently located at the intersection of L Street,
NW and 18th Street, NW at:
1801 L Street, NW
Washington DC 20036
METRO
The CFPB Office is conveniently located near 2 Metro Stations: Farragut North Station (Red Line;
take the L Street exit) and Farragut West Station (Orange and Blue Lines; take the 18th Street exit).

BICYCLES
If you choose to ride a bicycle to our office, you may secure it to one of the bike racks available at the
public parking garages nearby, including the garage in our building. Be sure to ask about the hours of
operation at the location where you store your bicycle. The Washington Area Bicyclist Association
(WABA) runs bike safety classes and provides information and advocacy for Washington area bicyclists.
Their website is www.waba.org. Remember to obey traffic signals and rules, always wear a helmet, wear
reflective clothing, use lights at night, and bike with care!

PARKING
There are currently no available parking spots at 1801 L Street for CFPB employees. If you are interested
in placing your name on the waiting list for building parking, contact Stephanie Basham at 202-435-7089.
Commuters looking for a place to park can find several public garages within a block of the office. Some
have monthly rates and payment plans available, but drivers should be prepared to pay cash for day-today parking in a public garage.

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DRIVING
From the northeast (Baltimore)
Take I-95 South to I-495 West (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the northwest (Rockville)
Take I-270 South to I-495 East (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the south (Richmond)
Take I-95 North to I-395 North. As you approach Washington, DC, take the left exit for Route 1 North
towards Washington (14th Street). Follow 14th Street into downtown and take a left onto K Street, NW.
Take a right onto 20th Street, NW. Take a right onto L Street, NW and travel two blocks to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the west (Fairfax)
Take I-66 East into Washington. Stay straight, and you will be on Constitution Avenue NW. Take a left
onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th
Street, NW and L Street, NW.
NOTE: I-66 is an HOV-2 lane during rush hour (Eastbound from 6:30 – 9:00 a.m. and Westbound from
4:00 – 6:30 pm) inside the Capital Beltway (I-495). If you are traveling alone, you will want to use the
following directions:
Take Route 50 (Arlington Boulevard) East into Washington, DC. Stay straight, and you will be on
Constitution Avenue. Take a left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the east (Annapolis)
Take US-50 West into downtown Washington, where it will become New York Avenue. Continue past 7th
Street, NW and the Washington Convention Center on your right side; bear right onto Massachusetts
Avenue, NW. Follow Massachusetts Avenue to Dupont Circle. Going right around the circle, exit onto
19th Street, NW. Travel south on 19th Street, NW for three blocks. Take a left onto L Street, NW and
travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.

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May 5, 2011
Dear Whitney Elizabeth Patross:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Office Name and Contact:

Administrative Specialist, CN-0301-3C
$49,402.00 per annum
May 8, 2011
Your excepted service Student Temporary Employment (STEP)
appointment is not to exceed July 6, 2011.
Felicia Royster – 202-435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. You must
complete all of the forms except those under the benefits section. It is important that you read all the
instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day of work. If you do not have
personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please note that most public libraries
offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on May 9, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to the
orientation room, room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning CFPB’s history and organizational structure, ethics, security, safety, and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8738.
Sincerely,

Cynde Hughart
Human Resources Specialist

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April 28, 2011
Dear Mr. Carroll:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Mortgage Markets Specialist, CN-1107-7A
$198,993.00
05/08/2011
Term Appointment Not-to-Exceed 13 months
Felicia Royster (202) 435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on May 9, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8516.
Sincerely,
Bonni Chambers
HR Specialist

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April 25, 2011
Dear Ms. Butcher,
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Attorney Advisor (Enforcement Attorney), CN-0905-6A
$124,200.00
05/22/2011
Excepted
Christine Megee, 202-435-7021

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on May 23, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.

If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8516.
Sincerely,
Bonni Chambers
Human Resources Specialist

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May 11, 2011
Dear Jeffrey Daryl Browning:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Supervisory Examiner, Field Examination Manager, CN-0570-6A
$128,673.00 per year
06/05/2011
Career-conditional
James Tingwald, ph: 202-435-7026

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year
probationary/supervisory probationary period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on June 06, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.

If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8230.
Sincerely,

David Bright
Human Resources Specialist

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May 2, 2011
Dear Lawrence Brown:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Attorney-Advisor, CN-0905-6A
$103,000.00
5/8/2011
Excepted
Felicia Royster – 202-435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on May 9, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8488.
Sincerely,

Layne Pottmeyer
Human Resources Specialist

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April 6, 2011
Dear Allison Brown:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Attorney-Advisor, CN-0905-7A
$173,003.00
4/24/2011
Excepted
Felicia Royster – 202-435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on April 25, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8488.
Sincerely,

Layne Pottmeyer
Human Resources Specialist

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May 13, 2011
Dear Ms. Brennan:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Financial Analyst
$123,518.00
May 22, 2011
Excepted Service Appointment not-to-exceed 11/22/2012; may be
extended to a total of 4 years
Felicia Royster, ph: 202-435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on May 23, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8399.
Sincerely,

Amanda McLeish
Human Resources Specialist

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May 31, 2011
Dear Pedro Bongat:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection! We
are glad you chose to join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below is
pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series, Grade & PD #:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Supervisor Name:
Human Capital Customer Consultant
Onboarding Contact:

Supervisory Examiner, Field Examination Manager, CN-0570-6A,
PD # 110980 (see attached)
$140,687.00
June 5th, 2011
Career-conditional
Peggy Twohig
Katherine Cronin, 202-435-7059
Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 / Emily Herchen, 202-435-7519

You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year probationary
period.
Prior to your First Day
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website to learn more about working at CFPB
(https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). This site will provide you with the
necessary information in order to complete your hiring process.
The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. Please bring these
completed forms with you on your first day of work. The “Benefits” section houses further information about
your benefits options and related forms. If you do not have access to an Internet-connected personal computer
and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will begin on June 6th, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. On your first day, you will need to bring an unexpired U.S. passport with you OR a photo ID
such as driver’s license or military service card AND a second form of identification as outlined on the I-9
Form, like a social security card or birth certificate.
Please ensure you arrive early on your first day, as orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a.m. An Onboarding
Contact will greet you in the lobby and escort you to orientation in Room 503. During this session, we will
provide important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and working on our
team. Please see the next page for directions to 1801 L Street NW.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8488.
Sincerely,

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Human Resources Specialist

GETTING TO CFPB
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is currently located at the intersection of L Street,
NW and 18th Street, NW at:
1801 L Street, NW
Washington DC 20036
METRO
The CFPB Office is conveniently located near 2 Metro Stations: Farragut North Station (Red Line;
take the L Street exit) and Farragut West Station (Orange and Blue Lines; take the 18th Street exit).

BICYCLES
If you choose to ride a bicycle to our office, you may secure it to one of the bike racks available at the
public parking garages nearby, including the garage in our building. Be sure to ask about the hours of
operation at the location where you store your bicycle. The Washington Area Bicyclist Association
(WABA) runs bike safety classes and provides information and advocacy for Washington area bicyclists.
Their website is www.waba.org. Remember to obey traffic signals and rules, always wear a helmet, wear
reflective clothing, use lights at night, and bike with care!

PARKING
There are currently no available parking spots at 1801 L Street for CFPB employees. If you are interested
in placing your name on the waiting list for building parking, contact Stephanie Basham at 202-435-7089.
Commuters looking for a place to park can find several public garages within a block of the office. Some
have monthly rates and payment plans available, but drivers should be prepared to pay cash for day-today parking in a public garage.

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DRIVING
From the northeast (Baltimore)
Take I-95 South to I-495 West (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the northwest (Rockville)
Take I-270 South to I-495 East (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the south (Richmond)
Take I-95 North to I-395 North. As you approach Washington, DC, take the left exit for Route 1 North
towards Washington (14th Street). Follow 14th Street into downtown and take a left onto K Street, NW.
Take a right onto 20th Street, NW. Take a right onto L Street, NW and travel two blocks to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the west (Fairfax)
Take I-66 East into Washington. Stay straight, and you will be on Constitution Avenue NW. Take a left
onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th
Street, NW and L Street, NW.
NOTE: I-66 is an HOV-2 lane during rush hour (Eastbound from 6:30 – 9:00 a.m. and Westbound from
4:00 – 6:30 pm) inside the Capital Beltway (I-495). If you are traveling alone, you will want to use the
following directions:
Take Route 50 (Arlington Boulevard) East into Washington, DC. Stay straight, and you will be on
Constitution Avenue. Take a left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the east (Annapolis)
Take US-50 West into downtown Washington, where it will become New York Avenue. Continue past 7th
Street, NW and the Washington Convention Center on your right side; bear right onto Massachusetts
Avenue, NW. Follow Massachusetts Avenue to Dupont Circle. Going right around the circle, exit onto
19th Street, NW. Travel south on 19th Street, NW for three blocks. Take a left onto L Street, NW and
travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.

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May 16, 2011
Dear Ms. Boison,
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Attorney Advisor (Enforcement Attorney), CN-0905-6A
$123,000.00
06/05/2011
Excepted
Christine Megee, 202-435-7021

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on June 6, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.

If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8516.
Sincerely,
Bonni Chambers
Human Resources Specialist

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March 8, 2011
Dear Kwadwo Boateng:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Policy Analyst, CN-0301-6A
$147,313
04/10/2011
Excepted Service Appointment not-to-exceed 04/10/2015
Felicia Royster (202) 435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on April 11, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8312.
Sincerely,

Dalton Ferrell
Human Resources Specialist

Obtained by Judicial Watch August 4, 2011 through FOIA

May 24, 2011
Dear Mr. Bleicken:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection! We
are glad you chose to join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below is
pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series, Grade & PD #:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Supervisor Name:
Human Capital Customer Consultant
Onboarding Contact:

Attorney-Adviser (General), CN-0905-7A, PD #112691 (see attached)
$ 190,000.00
June 5, 2011
Excepted
Steve Antonakes
Katie Cronin, 202-435-7059
Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 / Emily Herchen, 202-435-7519

You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You may/will be subject to a one year
trial/probationary period.
Prior to your First Day
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website to learn more about working at CFPB
(https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). This site will provide you with the
necessary information in order to complete your hiring process.
The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. Please bring these
completed forms with you on your first day of work. The “Benefits” section houses further information about
your benefits options and related forms. If you do not have access to an Internet-connected personal computer
and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be begin on June 6, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. On your first day, you will need to bring an unexpired U.S. passport with you OR a photo ID
such as driver’s license or military service card AND a second form of identification as outlined on the I-9
Form, like a social security card or birth certificate.
Please ensure you arrive early on your first day, as orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a.m. An Onboarding
Contact will greet you in the lobby and escort you to orientation in Room 503. During this session, we will
provide important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and working on our
team. Please see the next page for directions to 1801 L Street NW.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8516.
Sincerely,
Bonni Chambers
HR Specialist

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GETTING TO CFPB
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is currently located at the intersection of L Street,
NW and 18th Street, NW at:
1801 L Street, NW
Washington DC 20036
METRO
The CFPB Office is conveniently located near 2 Metro Stations: Farragut North Station (Red Line;
take the L Street exit) and Farragut West Station (Orange and Blue Lines; take the 18th Street exit).

BICYCLES
If you choose to ride a bicycle to our office, you may secure it to one of the bike racks available at the
public parking garages nearby, including the garage in our building. Be sure to ask about the hours of
operation at the location where you store your bicycle. The Washington Area Bicyclist Association
(WABA) runs bike safety classes and provides information and advocacy for Washington area bicyclists.
Their website is www.waba.org. Remember to obey traffic signals and rules, always wear a helmet, wear
reflective clothing, use lights at night, and bike with care!

PARKING
There are currently no available parking spots at 1801 L Street for CFPB employees. If you are interested
in placing your name on the waiting list for building parking, contact Stephanie Basham at 202-435-7089.
Commuters looking for a place to park can find several public garages within a block of the office. Some
have monthly rates and payment plans available, but drivers should be prepared to pay cash for day-today parking in a public garage.

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DRIVING
From the northeast (Baltimore)
Take I-95 South to I-495 West (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the northwest (Rockville)
Take I-270 South to I-495 East (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the south (Richmond)
Take I-95 North to I-395 North. As you approach Washington, DC, take the left exit for Route 1 North
towards Washington (14th Street). Follow 14th Street into downtown and take a left onto K Street, NW.
Take a right onto 20th Street, NW. Take a right onto L Street, NW and travel two blocks to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the west (Fairfax)
Take I-66 East into Washington. Stay straight, and you will be on Constitution Avenue NW. Take a left
onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th
Street, NW and L Street, NW.
NOTE: I-66 is an HOV-2 lane during rush hour (Eastbound from 6:30 – 9:00 a.m. and Westbound from
4:00 – 6:30 pm) inside the Capital Beltway (I-495). If you are traveling alone, you will want to use the
following directions:
Take Route 50 (Arlington Boulevard) East into Washington, DC. Stay straight, and you will be on
Constitution Avenue. Take a left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the east (Annapolis)
Take US-50 West into downtown Washington, where it will become New York Avenue. Continue past 7th
Street, NW and the Washington Convention Center on your right side; bear right onto Massachusetts
Avenue, NW. Follow Massachusetts Avenue to Dupont Circle. Going right around the circle, exit onto
19th Street, NW. Travel south on 19th Street, NW for three blocks. Take a left onto L Street, NW and
travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.

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April 15, 2011
Dear Kristina Betts:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Attorney-Advisor, CN-0905-6A
$128,098.00
4/24/2011
Excepted
Felicia Royster – 202-435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on April 25, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8488.
Sincerely,

Layne Pottmeyer
Human Resources Specialist

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March 23, 2011
Dear Stephanie Basham:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Office Name and Contact:

Realty Officer, CN-1170-6A
$134,503
04/10/2011
Transfer
Felicia Royster (202) 435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on April 11, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to the
orientation room, room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning CFPB’s history and organizational structure, ethics, security, safety, and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8488.
Sincerely,

Dalton Ferrell
Human Resources Specialist

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May 23, 2011
Dear Ms. Banks:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection! We
are glad you chose to join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below is
pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series, Grade & PD #:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Supervisor Name:
Human Capital Customer Consultant
Onboarding Contact:

Management& Program Analyst (FOIA), CN-0343-5A
$ 83,489.00
June 5, 2011
Career Appointment
Martin Michalosky
Felicia Royster 202-435-7193
Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 / Emily Herchen, 202-435-7519

You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation.
Prior to your First Day
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website to learn more about working at CFPB
(https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). This site will provide you with the
necessary information in order to complete your hiring process.
The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. Please bring these
completed forms with you on your first day of work. The “Benefits” section houses further information about
your benefits options and related forms. If you do not have access to an Internet-connected personal computer
and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be begin on June 6, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. On your first day, you will need to bring an unexpired U.S. passport with you OR a photo ID
such as driver’s license or military service card AND a second form of identification as outlined on the I-9
Form, like a social security card or birth certificate.
Please ensure you arrive early on your first day, as orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a.m. An Onboarding
Contact will greet you in the lobby and escort you to orientation in Room 503. During this session, we will
provide important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and working on our
team. Please see the next page for directions to 1801 L Street NW.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8516.
Sincerely,
Bonni Chambers
Human Resources Specialist

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GETTING TO CFPB
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is currently located at the intersection of L Street,
NW and 18th Street, NW at:
1801 L Street, NW
Washington DC 20036
METRO
The CFPB Office is conveniently located near 2 Metro Stations: Farragut North Station (Red Line;
take the L Street exit) and Farragut West Station (Orange and Blue Lines; take the 18th Street exit).

BICYCLES
If you choose to ride a bicycle to our office, you may secure it to one of the bike racks available at the
public parking garages nearby, including the garage in our building. Be sure to ask about the hours of
operation at the location where you store your bicycle. The Washington Area Bicyclist Association
(WABA) runs bike safety classes and provides information and advocacy for Washington area bicyclists.
Their website is www.waba.org. Remember to obey traffic signals and rules, always wear a helmet, wear
reflective clothing, use lights at night, and bike with care!

PARKING
There are currently no available parking spots at 1801 L Street for CFPB employees. If you are interested
in placing your name on the waiting list for building parking, contact Stephanie Basham at 202-435-7089.
Commuters looking for a place to park can find several public garages within a block of the office. Some
have monthly rates and payment plans available, but drivers should be prepared to pay cash for day-today parking in a public garage.

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DRIVING
From the northeast (Baltimore)
Take I-95 South to I-495 West (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the northwest (Rockville)
Take I-270 South to I-495 East (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the south (Richmond)
Take I-95 North to I-395 North. As you approach Washington, DC, take the left exit for Route 1 North
towards Washington (14th Street). Follow 14th Street into downtown and take a left onto K Street, NW.
Take a right onto 20th Street, NW. Take a right onto L Street, NW and travel two blocks to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the west (Fairfax)
Take I-66 East into Washington. Stay straight, and you will be on Constitution Avenue NW. Take a left
onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th
Street, NW and L Street, NW.
NOTE: I-66 is an HOV-2 lane during rush hour (Eastbound from 6:30 – 9:00 a.m. and Westbound from
4:00 – 6:30 pm) inside the Capital Beltway (I-495). If you are traveling alone, you will want to use the
following directions:
Take Route 50 (Arlington Boulevard) East into Washington, DC. Stay straight, and you will be on
Constitution Avenue. Take a left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the east (Annapolis)
Take US-50 West into downtown Washington, where it will become New York Avenue. Continue past 7th
Street, NW and the Washington Convention Center on your right side; bear right onto Massachusetts
Avenue, NW. Follow Massachusetts Avenue to Dupont Circle. Going right around the circle, exit onto
19th Street, NW. Travel south on 19th Street, NW for three blocks. Take a left onto L Street, NW and
travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.

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May 4, 2011
Dear Allyson Baker:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Attorney-Advisor, CN-0905-7A
$147,013.00
5/22/2011
Excepted
Felicia Royster – 202-435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on May 23, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8488.
Sincerely,

Layne Pottmeyer
Human Resources Specialist

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June 2, 2011
Dear Jeffery Anoka:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection! We
are glad you chose to join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below is
pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series, Grade & PD #:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Supervisor Name:
Human Capital Customer Consultant
Onboarding Contact:

Human Resources Specialist, CN-0201-5C, PD # 111040 (see attached)
$100,822.00
June 19th, 2011
Career - Transfer
Vicki Sensiba
Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193
Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 / Emily Herchen, 202-435-7519

You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation.
Prior to your First Day
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website to learn more about working at CFPB
(https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). This site will provide you with the
necessary information in order to complete your hiring process.
The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. Please bring these
completed forms with you on your first day of work. The “Benefits” section houses further information about
your benefits options and related forms. If you do not have access to an Internet-connected personal computer
and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will begin on June 20th, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. On your first day, you will need to bring an unexpired U.S. passport with you OR a photo ID
such as driver’s license or military service card AND a second form of identification as outlined on the I-9
Form, like a social security card or birth certificate.
Please ensure you arrive early on your first day, as orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a.m. An Onboarding
Contact will greet you in the lobby and escort you to orientation in Room 503. During this session, we will
provide important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and working on our
team. Please see the next page for directions to 1801 L Street NW.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8488.
Sincerely,

Human Resources Specialist

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GETTING TO CFPB
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is currently located at the intersection of L Street,
NW and 18th Street, NW at:
1801 L Street, NW
Washington DC 20036
METRO
The CFPB Office is conveniently located near 2 Metro Stations: Farragut North Station (Red Line;
take the L Street exit) and Farragut West Station (Orange and Blue Lines; take the 18th Street exit).

BICYCLES
If you choose to ride a bicycle to our office, you may secure it to one of the bike racks available at the
public parking garages nearby, including the garage in our building. Be sure to ask about the hours of
operation at the location where you store your bicycle. The Washington Area Bicyclist Association
(WABA) runs bike safety classes and provides information and advocacy for Washington area bicyclists.
Their website is www.waba.org. Remember to obey traffic signals and rules, always wear a helmet, wear
reflective clothing, use lights at night, and bike with care!

PARKING
There are currently no available parking spots at 1801 L Street for CFPB employees. If you are interested
in placing your name on the waiting list for building parking, contact Stephanie Basham at 202-435-7089.
Commuters looking for a place to park can find several public garages within a block of the office. Some
have monthly rates and payment plans available, but drivers should be prepared to pay cash for day-today parking in a public garage.

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DRIVING
From the northeast (Baltimore)
Take I-95 South to I-495 West (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the northwest (Rockville)
Take I-270 South to I-495 East (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the south (Richmond)
Take I-95 North to I-395 North. As you approach Washington, DC, take the left exit for Route 1 North
towards Washington (14th Street). Follow 14th Street into downtown and take a left onto K Street, NW.
Take a right onto 20th Street, NW. Take a right onto L Street, NW and travel two blocks to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the west (Fairfax)
Take I-66 East into Washington. Stay straight, and you will be on Constitution Avenue NW. Take a left
onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th
Street, NW and L Street, NW.
NOTE: I-66 is an HOV-2 lane during rush hour (Eastbound from 6:30 – 9:00 a.m. and Westbound from
4:00 – 6:30 pm) inside the Capital Beltway (I-495). If you are traveling alone, you will want to use the
following directions:
Take Route 50 (Arlington Boulevard) East into Washington, DC. Stay straight, and you will be on
Constitution Avenue. Take a left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the east (Annapolis)
Take US-50 West into downtown Washington, where it will become New York Avenue. Continue past 7th
Street, NW and the Washington Convention Center on your right side; bear right onto Massachusetts
Avenue, NW. Follow Massachusetts Avenue to Dupont Circle. Going right around the circle, exit onto
19th Street, NW. Travel south on 19th Street, NW for three blocks. Take a left onto L Street, NW and
travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.

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May 26, 2011
Dear Brandis Anderson:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection! We
are glad you chose to join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below is
pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series, Grade & PD #:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Supervisor Name:
Human Capital Customer Consultant
Onboarding Contact:

Attorney-Advisor, CN-0905-5C, PD #110950 (see attached)
$110,000
June 19th, 2011
Excepted
Kent Markus
Christine Megee, 202-435-7021
Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 / Emily Herchen, 202-435-7519

You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website to learn more about working at CFPB
(https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). This site will provide you with the
necessary information in order to complete your hiring process.
The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. Please bring these
completed forms with you on your first day of work. The “Benefits” section houses further information about
your benefits options and related forms. If you do not have access to an Internet-connected personal computer
and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be begin on June 20, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. On your first day, you will need to bring an unexpired U.S. passport with you OR a photo ID
such as driver’s license or military service card AND a second form of identification as outlined on the I-9
Form, like a social security card or birth certificate.
Please ensure you arrive early on your first day, as orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a.m. An Onboarding
Contact will greet you in the lobby and escort you to orientation in Room 503. During this session, we will
provide important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and working on our
team. Please see the next page for directions to 1801 L Street NW.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8488.
Sincerely,

Layne Pottmeyer
Human Resources Specialist

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GETTING TO CFPB
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is currently located at the intersection of L Street,
NW and 18th Street, NW at:
1801 L Street, NW
Washington DC 20036
METRO
The CFPB Office is conveniently located near 2 Metro Stations: Farragut North Station (Red Line;
take the L Street exit) and Farragut West Station (Orange and Blue Lines; take the 18th Street exit).

BICYCLES
If you choose to ride a bicycle to our office, you may secure it to one of the bike racks available at the
public parking garages nearby, including the garage in our building. Be sure to ask about the hours of
operation at the location where you store your bicycle. The Washington Area Bicyclist Association
(WABA) runs bike safety classes and provides information and advocacy for Washington area bicyclists.
Their website is www.waba.org. Remember to obey traffic signals and rules, always wear a helmet, wear
reflective clothing, use lights at night, and bike with care!

PARKING
There are currently no available parking spots at 1801 L Street for CFPB employees. If you are interested
in placing your name on the waiting list for building parking, contact Stephanie Basham at 202-435-7089.
Commuters looking for a place to park can find several public garages within a block of the office. Some
have monthly rates and payment plans available, but drivers should be prepared to pay cash for day-today parking in a public garage.

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DRIVING
From the northeast (Baltimore)
Take I-95 South to I-495 West (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the northwest (Rockville)
Take I-270 South to I-495 East (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the south (Richmond)
Take I-95 North to I-395 North. As you approach Washington, DC, take the left exit for Route 1 North
towards Washington (14th Street). Follow 14th Street into downtown and take a left onto K Street, NW.
Take a right onto 20th Street, NW. Take a right onto L Street, NW and travel two blocks to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the west (Fairfax)
Take I-66 East into Washington. Stay straight, and you will be on Constitution Avenue NW. Take a left
onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th
Street, NW and L Street, NW.
NOTE: I-66 is an HOV-2 lane during rush hour (Eastbound from 6:30 – 9:00 a.m. and Westbound from
4:00 – 6:30 pm) inside the Capital Beltway (I-495). If you are traveling alone, you will want to use the
following directions:
Take Route 50 (Arlington Boulevard) East into Washington, DC. Stay straight, and you will be on
Constitution Avenue. Take a left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the east (Annapolis)
Take US-50 West into downtown Washington, where it will become New York Avenue. Continue past 7th
Street, NW and the Washington Convention Center on your right side; bear right onto Massachusetts
Avenue, NW. Follow Massachusetts Avenue to Dupont Circle. Going right around the circle, exit onto
19th Street, NW. Travel south on 19th Street, NW for three blocks. Take a left onto L Street, NW and
travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.

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May 26, 2011
Dear Manuel Alvarez Jr.:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection! We
are glad you chose to join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below is
pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series, Grade & PD #:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Supervisor Name:
Human Capital Customer Consultant
Onboarding Contact:

Attorney-Advisor (Enforcement Attorney), CN-0905-5C, PD #110950
(see attached)
$110,759.00
06/19/2011
Excepted Service
Kent Markus
Chris Megee
Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 / Emily Herchen, 202-435-7519

You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. . You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website to learn more about working at CFPB
(https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). This site will provide you with the
necessary information in order to complete your hiring process.
The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. Please bring these
completed forms with you on your first day of work. The “Benefits” section houses further information about
your benefits options and related forms. If you do not have access to an Internet-connected personal computer
and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will begin on Monday, June 20, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street
NW, Washington, DC. On your first day, you will need to bring an unexpired U.S. passport with you OR a
photo ID such as driver’s license or military service card AND a second form of identification as outlined on
the I-9 Form, like a social security card or birth certificate.
Please ensure you arrive early on your first day, as orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a.m. An
Onboarding Contact will greet you in the lobby and escort you to orientation in Room 503. During this session,
we will provide important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and working on
our team. Please see the next page for directions to 1801 L Street NW.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8533.
Sincerely,

Eric Shea
Human Resources Specialist

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GETTING TO CFPB
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is currently located at the intersection of L Street,
NW and 18th Street, NW at:
1801 L Street, NW
Washington DC 20036
METRO
The CFPB Office is conveniently located near 2 Metro Stations: Farragut North Station (Red Line;
take the L Street exit) and Farragut West Station (Orange and Blue Lines; take the 18th Street exit).

BICYCLES
If you choose to ride a bicycle to our office, you may secure it to one of the bike racks available at the
public parking garages nearby, including the garage in our building. Be sure to ask about the hours of
operation at the location where you store your bicycle. The Washington Area Bicyclist Association
(WABA) runs bike safety classes and provides information and advocacy for Washington area bicyclists.
Their website is www.waba.org. Remember to obey traffic signals and rules, always wear a helmet, wear
reflective clothing, use lights at night, and bike with care!

PARKING
There are currently no available parking spots at 1801 L Street for CFPB employees. If you are interested
in placing your name on the waiting list for building parking, contact Stephanie Basham at 202-435-7089.
Commuters looking for a place to park can find several public garages within a block of the office. Some
have monthly rates and payment plans available, but drivers should be prepared to pay cash for day-today parking in a public garage.

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DRIVING
From the northeast (Baltimore)
Take I-95 South to I-495 West (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the northwest (Rockville)
Take I-270 South to I-495 East (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut
Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. At the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit
right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left on L Street, NW and travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the
left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the south (Richmond)
Take I-95 North to I-395 North. As you approach Washington, DC, take the left exit for Route 1 North
towards Washington (14th Street). Follow 14th Street into downtown and take a left onto K Street, NW.
Take a right onto 20th Street, NW. Take a right onto L Street, NW and travel two blocks to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the west (Fairfax)
Take I-66 East into Washington. Stay straight, and you will be on Constitution Avenue NW. Take a left
onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th
Street, NW and L Street, NW.
NOTE: I-66 is an HOV-2 lane during rush hour (Eastbound from 6:30 – 9:00 a.m. and Westbound from
4:00 – 6:30 pm) inside the Capital Beltway (I-495). If you are traveling alone, you will want to use the
following directions:
Take Route 50 (Arlington Boulevard) East into Washington, DC. Stay straight, and you will be on
Constitution Avenue. Take a left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, NW to 1801 L Street,
NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.
From the east (Annapolis)
Take US-50 West into downtown Washington, where it will become New York Avenue. Continue past 7th
Street, NW and the Washington Convention Center on your right side; bear right onto Massachusetts
Avenue, NW. Follow Massachusetts Avenue to Dupont Circle. Going right around the circle, exit onto
19th Street, NW. Travel south on 19th Street, NW for three blocks. Take a left onto L Street, NW and
travel one block to 1801 L Street, NW on the left. It is on the corner of 18th Street, NW and L Street, NW.

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April 27, 2011
Dear Regina Allen:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Administrative Operations Assistant, CN-0303-3B
$44,918.00
06/05/2011
Career-Conditional Appointment
Felicia Royster (202) 435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on June 6, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8312.
Sincerely,

Eric Shea
Human Resources Specialist

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April 4, 2011

Dear Sartaj Alag:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Expert, CN-0301-7A
$76.69 hourly
4/05/2011
Expert
Felicia Royster – 202-435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation.
On Your First Day
Please contact Felicia to schedule a time to meet between for sometime between 8:00 and 9:00 a. m. At your
designated time, please report to 1801 L Street NW, Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this
location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West (Orange/Blue lines).
Please bring two forms of ID. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service
card. The second form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Please contact Felicia to schedule a time to meet between for sometime between 8:00 and 9:00 a. m.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8488.
Sincerely,

Layne Pottmeyer
Human Resources Specialist

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March 3, 2011
Dear Rebecca Gelfond:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Attorney-Advisor, CN-0905-7A
$173,003.00
3/27/2011
Excepted
Felicia Royster – 202-435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on March 28, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8488.
Sincerely,

Layne Pottmeyer
Human Resources Specialist

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March 3, 2011
Dear Cordelia Holmes:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Consumer Response Analyst, CN-0301-5C
$129,970
03/27/2011
Term Appointment Not-to-Exceed 04/27/2012
Felicia Royster (202) 435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on March 28, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to
orientation room 503 on the 5th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to
orientation. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second
form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety,
and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8312.
Sincerely,

Dalton Ferrell
Human Resources Specialist

Obtained by Judicial Watch August 4, 2011 through FOIA

March 31, 2011

Dear Vanessa Perry:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Expert, CN-0301-7A
$76.69 hourly
4/04/2011
Expert
Felicia Royster – 202-435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation.
On Your First Day
Please contact Felicia to schedule a time to meet between for sometime between 8:00 and 9:00 a. m. At your
designated time, please report to 1801 L Street NW, Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this
location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West (Orange/Blue lines).
Please bring two forms of ID. One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service
card. The second form of identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Please contact Felicia to schedule a time to meet between for sometime between 8:00 and 9:00 a. m.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8488.
Sincerely,

Layne Pottmeyer
Human Resources Specialist

Obtained by Judicial Watch August 4, 2011 through FOIA

March 24, 2011
Dear Eric Wang:
Welcome to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations on your recent selection.
Below is pertinent information regarding your job offer:
Position Title, Series and Grade:
Starting Salary:
Appointment Effective Date:
Type of Appointment:
Human Capital Name and Contact:

Attorney-Advisor, CN-0905-6A
$134,503.00
3/27/2011
Excepted
Felicia Royster – 202-435-7193

Please read this letter in its entirety as it contains important instructions concerning activities you must
complete prior to your first day of work.
You will occupy a position that requires a personnel background investigation. Continued employment is
subject to receipt of satisfactory results of this investigation. You will be subject to a one year trial period.
Prior to your First Day
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website,
https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, to
complete all the necessary forms. The purpose of this site is to answer questions you may have regarding
working CFPB and to supply you with the necessary information and forms in order to complete your hiring
process. The forms you will need to complete are located under the “Before You Report” link. It is
important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you on your first day
of work. If you do not have personal access to an Internet connected personal computer and printer, please
note that most public libraries offer these services.
On Your First Day
Your New Employee Orientation session will be held on March 28, 2011, 8:30 a.m. at 1801 L Street NW,
Washington, DC. The closest metro locations to this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West
(Orange/Blue lines). It is important that you arrive on time. A Human Capital Consultant will escort you to the
orientation room on the 6th floor. You will need to bring two forms of identification with you to orientation.
One must be a picture ID such as drivers license, passport, or military service card. The second form of
identification must be a social security card, birth certificate, or school badge.
Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a. m. During this session, you will receive important information
concerning Treasury’s history and organizational structure, ethics, security, safety, and benefits election.
If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact me at (304) 480-8488.
Sincerely,

Stephanie Frye
For Layne Pottmeyer
Human Resources Specialist

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