United States Deputy Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
|Acting Deputy Secretary of Housing and Urban Development of the United States|
Seal of the Department of Housing and Urban Development
|Department of Housing and Urban Development|
|Style||Mister or Madam Deputy Secretary|
(formal address in writing)
|Reports to||Secretary of Housing and Urban Development|
|Seat||Washington, D.C., US|
with Senate advice and consent
|Term length||No fixed term|
|Constituting instrument||42 U.S.C. § 3533|
|First holder||Alfred A. DelliBovi|
|Salary||Level II of the Executive Schedule|
The Deputy Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, in the United States government, is the chief operating officer of the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development. The office was held by Pam Patenaude since her confirmation on September 27, 2017, until her departure in January 2019. The acting Deputy Secretary is Brian D. Montgomery.
Alfred A. DelliBovi was the first Deputy Secretary after the title had been changed from Under Secretary in 1990. The Under Secretary position was created with the establishment of the Department in 1966.
List of Deputy Secretaries of Housing and Urban Development
|#||Name||Term Began||Term Ended||President(s) served under|
|1||Alfred A. DelliBovi||1989||1992||George H.W. Bush|
|3||Terrence R. Duvernay ||1993||1994||Bill Clinton|
|–||Andrew Cuomo (acting)||1994||1997|
|4||Saul N. Ramirez Jr.||1998||2001|
|5||Alphonso Jackson||2001||2004||George W. Bush|
|7||Ron Sims||2009||2011||Barack Obama|
|9||Nani A. Coloretti||2014||2017|
|10||Pam Patenaude||2017||2019||Donald Trump|
|-||Brian D. Montgomery (acting)||2019|
- "US CODE: Title 42,3533. Officers of Department". Retrieved September 24, 2005.
- "Nomination of Alfred A. DelliBovi To Be Under Secretary of Housing and Urban Development". Archived from the original on March 4, 2005. Retrieved March 4, 2005.
- Gruson, Lindsey (June 15, 1992). "Housing Aid Goes Unspent By Poor Cities". The New York Times.
- "US Code: Title 42,3533. Officers of Department". Retrieved September 24, 2005.
- Washington Post obituary