Chief of Staff to the Vice President of the United States

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The Chief of Staff to the Vice President of the United States is the Chief of Staff position within the Office of the Vice President, part of the Executive Office of the President of the United States. Chief of Staff has been responsible for overseeing the actions of the Vice President's staff, managing the Vice President's schedule, and deciding who is allowed to meet with the Vice President.

Chiefs of Staff to the Vice President[edit]

Chief Vice President Years
Arthur Sohmer[1] Spiro Agnew 1969–1973
Robert T. Hartmann[2] Gerald Ford 1973–1974
Ann C. Whitman[3] Nelson Rockefeller 1974–1977
Richard Moe[4] Walter Mondale 1977–1981
Daniel J. Murphy, Sr.[5] George H. W. Bush 1981–1985
Craig L. Fuller[6] George H. W. Bush 1985–1989
William Kristol[7] Dan Quayle 1989–1993
Roy M. Neel[8] Al Gore 1993–1994
Jack Quinn[9] Al Gore 1994–1995
Ronald A. Klain[10] Al Gore 1995–1999
Charles W. Burson[11] Al Gore 1999–2001
I. Lewis Libby[12] Dick Cheney 2001–2005
David S. Addington[13] Dick Cheney 2005–2009
Ronald A. Klain[14] Joe Biden 2009–2011
Bruce Reed[15] Joe Biden 2011–2013
Steve Ricchetti[16] Joe Biden 2013–2017
Josh Pitcock Mike Pence January 2017–July 2017
Nick Ayers Mike Pence July 2017–present

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