Political appointments by Donald Trump

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This is a list of political appointments of current officeholders made by the 45th president of the United States, Donald Trump.

Links to lists of announced positions from which candidates have withdrawn or appointees who have resigned or have been terminated, as well as lists of appointments to other independent agencies and of holdovers from previous administrations are below.

Following President Trump's election, there were around 4,000 political appointment positions which the incoming Trump administration needed to review, and fill or confirm, of which 1,212 required Senate confirmation.[1][2] The Washington Post has identified 757 key positions requiring U.S. Senate confirmation. As of September 8, 2020, 531 of Trump's nominees for key positions had been confirmed, 97 were awaiting confirmation, and 13 had been announced but not yet formally nominated,[3] a total of 639 positions. Trump has said he intends not to fill many of the positions.[4] The rules of the Senate require that when the term of the Senate expires (in the case of the 115th Congress, at noon on January 3, 2019), nominations then pending lapse and are returned to the president, who can resubmit them to the new Congress.[5]

All members of the Cabinet require confirmation by the United States Senate following nomination by the president prior to taking office. The vice presidency is exceptional in that the position requires election to office pursuant to the United States Constitution. Although some positions are of Cabinet-level rank, non-cabinet members within the Executive Office of the President, such as White House chief of staff, national security advisor, and White House press secretary, do not hold constitutionally created positions and most do not require Senate confirmation for appointment. Persons appointed on an acting basis do not require Senate confirmation before they begin to act in their position, even if a permanent appointment to that position would require confirmation. Appointments to judgeships on federal courts and of ambassadors require nomination by the president and confirmation by the Senate. Acting appointments to these positions are not permissible.

Analysis[edit]

Certain news organizations, such as Politico and Newsweek, called Trump's incomplete cabinet a "conservative dream team"[6] or "the most conservative cabinet [in United States history]."[7] On the other hand, The Wall Street Journal stated that "it's nearly impossible to identify a clear ideological bent in the incoming president's" cabinet nominations.[8] The Wall Street Journal also stated that Trump's nominations signaled a pro-deregulation administration policy.[9]

Among Donald Trump's appointments there have been several former Goldman Sachs employees, such as Steven Mnuchin, Steven Bannon, and Gary Cohn, as well as several generals, such as Michael T. Flynn, James Mattis, and John F. Kelly. These appointments have generated some criticism, including allegations of violations of the principle of civilian control of the military and allegations of regulatory capture.[10][11] The Democratic senator from Missouri, Claire McCaskill, has criticized Donald Trump's cabinet stating; "I call it the three 'G' Cabinet: Goldman, generals and gazillionaires."[12]

On January 18, 2017, two days before Trump's inauguration, it was reported that Trump had by then nominated only 28 people to fill 690 positions requiring Senate confirmation.[13] In particular, there had been no nominations below the Cabinet level for the departments of State or Defense, and the staff for the National Security Council was incomplete, while none of the NSC leadership had any NSC experience.[14]

On February 28, 2017, Trump announced he did not intend on filling many of the numerous governmental positions that were still vacant, as he considered them unnecessary.[15] According to CNN on February 25, there were nearly 2,000 vacant government positions.[16]

Color key[edit]

  Denotes appointees serving in offices that did not require Senate confirmation.

  Denotes appointees confirmed by the Senate.

  Denotes appointees awaiting Senate confirmation.

  Denotes appointees serving in an acting capacity.

  Denotes appointees who have left office or offices which have been disbanded.

  Denotes nominees who were withdrawn prior to being confirmed or assuming office.

Executive Office of the President[edit]

Department of Agriculture[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
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Secretary of Agriculture
Sonny Perdue headshot.jpg
Sonny Perdue[17]
April 25, 2017
(Confirmed April 24, 2017, 87–11)
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Deputy Secretary of Agriculture
Steve Censky official photo (cropped).jpg
Stephen Censky
October 10, 2017
(Confirmed October 3, 2017, voice vote)

Department of Commerce[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
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Secretary of Commerce
Wilbur Ross headshot.jpg
Wilbur Ross[18]
February 28, 2017
(Confirmed February 27, 2017, 72–27)
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Deputy Secretary of Commerce
Karen Dunn Kelley official photo.jpg
Karen Dunn Kelley[19]
November 29, 2017 November 29, 2018
November 29, 2018
(Confirmed November 28, 2018, 62–38)

Department of Defense[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
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Secretary of Defense
Dr. Mark T. Esper – Secretary of Defense (cropped).jpg
Mark Esper
June 24, 2019 July 15, 2019
July 23, 2019
(Confirmed July 23, 2019, 90–8)
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Deputy Secretary of Defense
David L. Norquist – Deputy Secretary of Defense (cropped).jpg
David Norquist
January 2, 2019 July 23, 2019
July 31, 2019
(Confirmed July 30, 2019, voice vote)

Department of Education[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
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Secretary of Education
Betsy DeVos official portrait (cropped).jpg
Betsy DeVos[20]
February 7, 2017
(Confirmed February 7, 2017, 51*–50)
*Vice President Pence provided the tie-breaking vote.
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Deputy Secretary of Education
Mick Zais official photo (cropped).jpg
Mick Zais[21]
May 17, 2018
(Confirmed May 16, 2018, 50–48)

Department of Energy[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
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Secretary of Energy
Dan Brouillette official photo (cropped).jpg
Dan Brouillette
December 4, 2019
(Confirmed December 2, 2019, 70–15)
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Deputy Secretary of Energy
Mark Menezes official photo (cropped).jpg
Mark Menezes[22]
December 4, 2019 August 4, 2020
August 4, 2020
(Confirmed August 4, 2020, 79–16)
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Under Secretary of Energy
(Management and Performance)
November 6, 2017
(Confirmed November 2, 2017, voice vote)
August 4, 2020

Department of Health and Human Services[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
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Secretary of Health and Human Services
Alex Azar official portrait 2 (cropped).jpg
Alex Azar[23]
January 29, 2018
(Confirmed January 24, 2018, 55–43)
Eric D. Hargan official photo (cropped).jpg
Eric Hargan[24]
October 10, 2017 January 28, 2018
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Deputy Secretary of Health and Human Services
October 6, 2017
(Confirmed October 4, 2017, 57–38)

Department of Homeland Security[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
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Secretary of Homeland Security
Chad Wolf official portrait 2017 (cropped).jpg
Chad Wolf
November 13, 2019
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Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security
cropped
Ken Cuccinelli

Department of Housing and Urban Development[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
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Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
Ben Carson headshot.jpg
Ben Carson
March 2, 2017
(Confirmed March 2, 2017, 58–41)
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Deputy Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
Brian Montgomery official photo (cropped).jpg
Brian D. Montgomery[25]
TBD
(Confirmed May 12, 2020, 61–32)[26]
January 17, 2019

Department of the Interior[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
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Secretary of the Interior
David Bernhardt official photo (cropped).jpg
David Bernhardt[27][28]
January 2, 2019 April 11, 2019
April 11, 2019
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Deputy Secretary of the Interior
Kate MacGregor, DOI photo.jpg
Katharine MacGregor[29][30]
September 30, 2019
February 25, 2020
(Confirmed February 25, 2020, 58-38)

Department of Justice[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office left office
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Attorney General
William Barr (cropped).jpg
William Barr[31]
February 14, 2019
(Confirmed February 14, 2019, 54–45)
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Deputy Attorney General
Jeff Rosen official DOJ portrait (cropped).jpg
Jeffrey A. Rosen
May 22, 2019
(Confirmed May 16, 2019, 52–45)

Department of Labor[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
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Secretary of Labor
Eugene Scalia (cropped).jpg
Eugene Scalia[32]
September 30, 2019
(Confirmed September 26, 2019, 53–44)
Patrick Pizzella official photo (cropped).jpg
Patrick Pizzella[33]
July 20, 2019 September 30, 2019
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Deputy Secretary of Labor
April 17, 2018
(Confirmed April 12, 2018, 50–48)

Department of State[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
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Secretary of State
Mike Pompeo official photo (cropped).jpg
Mike Pompeo
April 26, 2018
(Confirmed April 26, 2018, 57–42)
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Deputy Secretary of State
Stephen E. Biegun official photo (cropped).jpg
Stephen Biegun[34]
December 21, 2019
(Confirmed December 19, 2019, 90–3)
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Deputy Secretary of State
(Management and Resources)

Department of Transportation[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
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Secretary of Transportation
Elaine Chao official portrait 2 (cropped).jpg
Elaine Chao
January 31, 2017
(Confirmed January 31, 2017, 93–6)
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Deputy Secretary of Transportation
Steven G. Bradbury official photo (cropped).jpg
Steven G. Bradbury[35]
September 10, 2019
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General Counsel of Transportation
November 28, 2017
(Confirmed November 14, 2017, 50–47)
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Chief Financial Officer and Assistant Secretary of Transportation (Budget and Programs)
John E. Kramer November 19,2018
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Under Secretary of Transportation (Policy)
Joel Szabat Upon Senate Confirmation
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Assistant Secretary of Transportation (Aviation and International Affairs)
January 2,2019
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Assistant Secretary of Transportation (Governmental Affairs)
Adam J. Sullivan February 18,2018
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Assistant Secretary of Transportation (Research and Technology)
Diana Furchtgott Roth
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Assistant Secretary of Transportation (Transportation Policy)
Finch Fulton
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Administrator of Federal Aviation Administration

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Stephen Dickson
August 12, 2019
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Administrator of Federal Highway Administration

Nicole R. Nason official photo.jpg
Nicole Nason
May 7, 2019
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Administrator of Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration

Vacant
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Administrator of Federal Railroad Administration

Ronald Batory official photo.jpg
Ronald Batory
February 28, 2018
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Administrator of Federal Transit Administration

K. Jane Williams
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Administrator of Federal Maritime Administration

Mark Buzby official portrait.jpg
Mark H. Buzby
August 3, 2017
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Administrator of National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

Vacant
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Administrator of Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration

Howard Elliott official photo.jpg
Howard R. Elliott
October 30, 2017
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Inspector General

Eric Stoskin Upon Senate Confirmation
Surface Transportation Board
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Chair of the Surface Transportation Board
Ann D. Begeman official photo (cropped).jpg
Ann Begeman[36]
March 19, 2018
January 23, 2017 March 18, 2018
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Member of the Surface Transportation Board
Patrick J. Fuchs official photo (cropped).jpg
Patrick Fuchs[37]
January 17, 2019
(Confirmed January 2, 2019 voice vote)
Michelle A. Schultz[37] Upon Senate confirmation
Martin J. Oberman[38] January 22, 2019
(Confirmed January 2, 2019 voice vote)

Department of the Treasury[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
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Secretary of the Treasury
Steven Mnuchin official photo (cropped).jpg
Steven Mnuchin
February 13, 2017
(Confirmed February 13, 2017, 53–47)
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Deputy Secretary of the Treasury
Justin Muzinich counselor.jpg
Justin Muzinich[39]
December 12, 2018
(Confirmed December 11, 2018, 55–44)

Department of Veterans Affairs[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
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Secretary of Veterans Affairs
Robert Wilkie official portrait (cropped).jpg
Robert Wilkie
March 28, 2018 May 29, 2018
July 30, 2018
(Confirmed July 23, 2018, 86–9)
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Deputy Secretary of Veterans Affairs
Pamela.powers.jpg
Pamela J. Powers
April 2, 2020
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General Counsel of Veterans Affairs
Vacant
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Chief Financial Officer of Veterans Affairs
Jon Rychalski official photo (cropped).jpg
Jon J. Rychalski
February 7, 2018
(Confirmed December 21, 2017, voice vote)
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Under Secretary of Veterans Affairs
(Benefits)
Paul R. Lawrence official photo (cropped).jpg
Paul Lawrence[40]
May 15, 2018
(Confirmed April 26, 2018, voice vote)
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Under Secretary of Veterans Affairs for Health
Vacant
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Under Secretary of Veterans Affairs
(Memorial Affairs)
Randy Reeves official photo (cropped).jpg
Randy Reeves[41]
December 12, 2017
(Confirmed November 8, 2017, voice vote)
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Assistant Secretary of Veterans Affairs
(Legislative Affairs)
Brooks Tucker official photo (cropped).jpg
Brooks Tucker[42]
August 10, 2017
(Confirmed August 3, 2017, voice vote)
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Assistant Secretary of Veterans Affairs
(Information and Technology)
James P. Gfrerer official photo (cropped).jpg
James Gfrerer[43]
January 7, 2019
(Confirmed January 2, 2019, voice vote)
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Assistant Secretary of Veterans Affairs
(Enterprise Integration)
Melissa Glenn official photo (cropped).jpg
Melissa Sue Glynn
January 2, 2018
(Confirmed November 8, 2017, voice vote)
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Assistant Secretary of Veterans Affairs
(Accountability and Whistleblower Protection)
Tamara Bonzanto official photo (cropped).jpg
Tamara Bonzanto[44]
January 7, 2019
(Confirmed January 2, 2019, voice vote)
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Chairman of the Board of the Board of Veterans' Appeals
Cheryl Mason official photo (cropped).jpg
Cheryl L. Mason
December 11, 2017
(Confirmed November 8, 2017, voice vote)
Creating Options for Veterans' Expedited Recovery Commission
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Chairman of the Creating Options for Veterans' Expedited Recovery Commission
Jake Leinenkugel June 2018
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Member of the Creating Options for Veterans' Expedited Recovery Commission
Thomas E. Beeman (cropped).jpg
Thomas E. Beeman[45]

Independent intelligence agencies[edit]

Office of the Director of National Intelligence[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
Office of the Director of National Intelligence
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Director of National Intelligence
John Ratcliffe official photo (cropped).jpg
John Ratclife
May 26, 2020
(Confirmed May 21, 2020, 49–44)
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Chief Information Officer
John B. Sherman official photo (cropped).jpg
John B. Sherman
September 5, 2017
(Announced August 18, 2017)
National Counterintelligence Executive
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Director of the National Counterintelligence and Security Center
William Evanina official photo (cropped).jpg
William Evanina[46]
June 2, 2014
May 6, 2020
(Confirmed May 6, 2020, 84–7)
National Counterterrorism Center
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Director of the National Counterterrorism Center
Christopher C. Miller (cropped).jpg
Christopher C. Miller[47]
August 10, 2020
(Confirmed August 6, 2020, voice vote)

Central Intelligence Agency[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
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Director of the Central Intelligence Agency
Gina Haspel official CIA portrait (cropped).jpg
Gina Haspel[48]
April 26, 2018 May 21, 2018
May 21, 2018
(Confirmed May 17, 2018, 54–45)
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Deputy Director of the Central Intelligence Agency
Vaughn Bishop official photo (cropped).jpg
Vaughn Bishop[49]
August 1, 2018
(Appointed by the President)
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General Counsel of the Central Intelligence Agency
Courtney Simmons Elwood official photo (cropped).jpg
Courtney Simmons Elwood[50]
June 6, 2017
(Confirmed June 6, 2017, 66–33)

Other independent agencies[edit]

Environmental Protection Agency[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
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Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency
Andrew Wheeler official photo (cropped).jpg
Andrew R. Wheeler[51]
July 9, 2018
(Announced on July 5, 2018)
February 28, 2019
February 28, 2019
(Confirmed February 28, 2019, 52–47)
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Deputy Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency
Douglas H. Benevento (cropped).jpg
Douglas Benevento[52]
Upon Senate confirmation
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Chief Financial Officer of the Environmental Protection Agency
Holly Greaves official photo.jpg
Holly Greaves
March 15, 2018
(Confirmed February 15, 2018, voice vote)
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General Counsel of the Environmental Protection Agency
Matt Leopold official photo.jpg
Matthew Leopold[41]
January 9, 2018
(Confirmed December 14, 2017, voice vote)
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Inspector General of the Environmental Protection Agency
Sean W. O'Donnell official photo (cropped).jpg
Sean O'Donnell[53]
January 27, 2020
(Confirmed December 19, 2019, voice vote)
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Assistant Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency
(Toxic Substances)
Alex Dunn official photo (cropped).jpg
Alexandra Dunn[54]
January 3, 2019
(Confirmed January 2, 2019, voice vote)
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Assistant Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency
(Enforcement and Compliance Assurance)
Susan Bodine official photo.jpg
Susan Bodine[42]
January 5, 2018
(Confirmed July 12, 2017, voice vote)
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Assistant Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency
(International and Tribal Affairs)
Chad McIntosh[55] TBD
(Confirmed January 3, 2019, voice vote)
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Assistant Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency
(Land and Emergency Management)
Peter C. Wright official photo (cropped).jpg
Peter C. Wright[37]
TBD
(Confirmed July 11, 2019 52–38)
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Assistant Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency
(Office of Water)
David Ross official photo.jpg
David Ross[41]
January 22, 2018
(Confirmed December 14, 2017, voice vote)

Small Business Administration[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
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Administrator of the Small Business Administration
Administrator Jovita Carranza portrait (cropped).jpg
Jovita Carranza[56]
January 14, 2020[57]
(Confirmed January 7, 2020, 88–5)
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Chief Counsel of Advocacy for the Small Business Administration
David Christian Tryon[58] Upon Senate confirmation
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Inspector General of the Small Business Administration
Hannibal Ware official photo.jpg
Hannibal Ware[59]
May 24, 2018
(Confirmed April 26, 2018, voice vote)

Federal Reserve System[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
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Chairman of the Federal Reserve
Jerome H. Powell (cropped).jpg
Jerome Powell
February 5, 2018
(Confirmed January 23, 2018, 84–13)
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Vice Chairman of the Federal Reserve
Richard Clarida official photo (cropped).jpg
Richard Clarida[60]
September 17, 2018
(Confirmed August 28, 2018, 69–26)
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Vice Chairman for Supervision of the Federal Reserve
Randal Quarles official photo (cropped).jpg
Randal Quarles
October 13, 2017
(Confirmed October 5, 2017, 65–32)
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Member of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
Christopher J. Waller.jpg
Christopher Waller [61]
Upon Senate confirmation
Michelle Bowman (cropped).jpg
Michelle Bowman[62]
November 26, 2018
(Confirmed November 15, 2018, 64–34)
TBD
(Reappointment, confirmed September 12, 2019, 60–31)[63]
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Randal Quarles
July 18, 2018
(Confirmed July 17, 2018, 66–33)
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Richard Clarida
September 17, 2018
(Confirmed August 28, 2018, voice vote)
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Judy Shelton[64]
Upon Senate confirmation

NASA[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
NASA seal.svg
Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Jim Bridenstine official portrait (cropped).jpg
James Bridenstine[65]
April 23, 2018
(Confirmed April 19, 2018, 50–49)
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Deputy Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration
James Morhard official photo (cropped).jpg
James Morhard[66]
October 17, 2018
(Confirmed October 11, 2018, voice vote)
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Executive Secretary of the National Space Council
Scott Pace official photo.jpg
Scott Pace
July 13, 2017
(without Senate confirmation)
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Chief Financial Officer of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Jeff DeWit official photo (cropped).jpg
Jeff DeWit[67]
April 3, 2018
(Confirmed March 14, 2018, voice vote)

Independent banks[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
Export–Import Bank of the United States
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President of the Export–Import Bank of the United States
Kimberly A. Reed (cropped).png
Kimberly A. Reed[68]
May 9, 2019
(Confirmed May 8, 2019, 79–17)
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Member of the Board of Directors of the Export–Import Bank of the United States
Spencer Bachus official photo.jpg
Spencer Bachus[69]
May 9, 2019
(Confirmed May 8, 2019, 72–22)
Claudia Slacik[70] Upon Senate confirmation
Judith DelZoppo Pryor official photo (cropped).jpg
Judith DelZoppo Pryor[71]
May 10, 2019
(Confirmed May 8, 2019, 77–19)
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Inspector General of the Export-Import Bank of the United States
Peter J. Coniglio[72] Upon Senate confirmation
International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
Governor of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development Steven Mnuchin official photo (cropped).jpg
Steven Mnuchin
April 2018
(Confirmed March 22, 2018, voice vote)
Alternate Governor of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development Keith J. Krach official photo (cropped).jpg
Keith J. Krach[73]
July 2019
(Confirmed June 20, 2019, voice vote)
United States Executive Director of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development Jennifer Nordquist[28] September 2019[74]
(Confirmed September 12, 2019, voice vote)
United States Alternate Executive Director of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development Erik Bethel[75] April 2018
(Confirmed March 22, 2018, voice vote)
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
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Governor of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
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Steven Mnuchin
April 16, 2018
(Confirmed March 22, 2018, voice vote)
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Alternate Governor of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
cropped
Keith J. Krach[76]
TBD
(Confirmed June 20, 2019, voice vote)
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United States Director of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
Judy Shelton (cropped).jpg
Judy Shelton[77]
April 16, 2018
(Confirmed March 22, 2018, voice vote)
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J. Steven Dowd[78]
TBD
(Confirmed August 6, 2020, voice vote)
African Development Bank
Governor of the African Development Fund Steven Mnuchin official photo (cropped).jpg
Steven Mnuchin
April 2018
(Confirmed March 22, 2018, voice vote)
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J. Steven Dowd[79]
October 2018
(Confirmed October 5, 2017, voice vote)
Asian Development Bank
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Governor of the Asian Development Bank

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Steven Mnuchin
April 2018
(Confirmed March 22, 2018, voice vote)
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United States Director of the Asian Development Bank

Jason Myung-Ik Chung[80] TBD
(Confirmed August 6, 2020, voice vote)
Inter-American Development Bank

Governor of the Inter-American Development Bank
Steven Mnuchin official photo (cropped).jpg
Steven Mnuchin
April 2018
(Confirmed March 22, 2018, voice vote)

Alternate Governor of the Inter-American Development Bank
cropped
Keith J. Krach[73]
TBD
(Confirmed June 20, 2019, voice vote)
United States Executive Director of the Inter-American Development Bank cropped
Eliot Pedrosa[81][82]
TBD
(Confirmed August 1, 2019, voice vote)
United States Alternate Executive Director of the Inter-American Development Bank June 2018
(Confirmed May 24, 2018, voice vote)
Andeliz Castillo[83] Upon Senate confirmation

Independent boards[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
Amtrak Board
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Member of the Amtrak Board of Directors
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Lynn Westmoreland[84]
Upon Senate confirmation
Joe Gruters[46]
Rick Dearborn[85]
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Theodore Rokita[86]
Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board
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Chairperson of the Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board
Katherine Lemos[87] TBD
(Confirmed March 23, 2020, voice vote)
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Member of the Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board
Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board
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Member of the Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board
Joseph Bruce Hamilton[88] TBD
(Confirmed July 2, 2020, voice vote)
Joyce Louise Connery[89]
Jessie Hill Roberson[88]
Thomas A. Summers (cropped).jpg
Thomas A. Summers[90]
Merit Systems Protection Board
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Chair of the Merit Systems Protection Board
Dennis Dean Kirk[91] Upon Senate confirmation
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Member of the Merit Systems Protection Board
B. Chad Bungard[92]
Julia Akins Clark[93][94]
National Labor Relations Board
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Chairman of the National Labor Relations Board
John F. Ring official photo (cropped).jpg
John F. Ring[95]
April 16, 2018
(Confirmed April 11, 2018, 50–48)
Marvin E. Kaplan official photo (cropped).jpg
Marvin Kaplan[96]
December 21, 2017
(Designated by the President)
April 16, 2018
National Labor Relations Board logo - color.jpg
Member of the National Labor Relations Board
August 10, 2017
(Confirmed August 2, 2017, 50–48)
(Confirmed July 29, 2020, 52–46)
William Emanuel official photo (cropped).jpg
William Emanuel
September 28, 2017
(Confirmed September 25, 2017, 49–47)
Lauren McFerran TBD
(Confirmed July 29, 2020, 53–42)
National Labor Relations Board logo - color.jpg
General Counsel of the National Labor Relations Board
Peter B. Robb official photo (cropped).jpg
Peter B. Robb
November 17, 2017
(Confirmed November 8, 2017, 49–46)
National Mediation Board
National Mediation Board Seal.gif
Member of the National Mediation Board
Gerald Fauth official photo (cropped).jpg
Gerald Fauth
November 9, 2017
(Confirmed November 2, 2017, voice vote)
Kyle Fortson official photo (cropped).jpg
Kyle Fortson
November 13, 2017
(Confirmed November 2, 2017, voice vote)
Linda Puchala official photo.jpg
Linda Puchala
November 2, 2017
(Confirmed November 2, 2017, voice vote)
(Reappointed)
National Transportation Safety Board
Seal of the United States National Transportation Safety Board.svg
Chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board
Robert L. Sumwalt official photo (cropped).jpg
Robert L. Sumwalt
August 10, 2017
(Confirmed August 3, 2017, voice vote)
(Fourth Term)
TBD
(Confirmed August 1, 2019, voice vote)
(Fifth Term)
[97]
Seal of the United States National Transportation Safety Board.svg
Member of the National Transportation Safety Board
Bruce Landsberg official photo (cropped).jpg
Bruce Landsberg
August 7, 2018
(Confirmed July 24, 2018, voice vote)
Jennifer Homendy official photo (cropped).jpg
Jennifer Homendy[98]
August 20, 2018
(Confirmed July 24, 2018, voice vote)
TBD
(Confirmed August 1, 2019, voice vote)
(Reappointment)[99]
Michael E. Graham official photo (cropped).jpg
Michael Graham[99]
January 3, 2020
(Confirmed December 19, 2019, voice vote)
Thomas B. Chapman official photo (cropped).jpg
Thomas B. Chapman[100]
January 6, 2020
(Confirmed December 19, 2019, voice vote)
Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board
Chairman of the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board Adam Klein[101] October 2018
(Confirmed October 11, 2018, voice vote)
Member of the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board Edward-Felten-at-Princeton-CITP.jpg
Edward Felten[102]
TBD
(Confirmed June 27, 2019, voice vote)
(Reappointment)[103]
Jane Nitze[102] October 2018
(Confirmed October 11, 2018, voice vote)
Aditya Bamzai[104] TBD
(Confirmed June 27, 2019, voice vote)
Travis LeBlanc[104]
Public Buildings Reform Board
Members of the Public Buildings Reform Board Angela B. Styles[105] July 2018
Talmage Hocker[105]
Nick Rahall.jpg
Nick Rahall[105]
Mary Phillips[106] December 2018
David Winstead[107] January 2019
Railroad Retirement Board
RRB seal.svg
Chairman of the Railroad Retirement Board
Erhard R. Chorlé[108] February 6, 2019
(Confirmed January 2, 2019 voice vote)
RRB seal.svg
Member of the Railroad Retirement Board
(Employee Representative)
Johnathan Bragg[109] February 5, 2019
(Confirmed January 2, 2019 voice vote)
RRB seal.svg
Member of the Railroad Retirement Board
(Carrier Representative)
Thomas Jayne[109] February 4, 2019
(Confirmed January 2, 2019 voice vote)
Social Security Advisory Board
Member of the Social Security Advisory Board CommissionerAstrue.jpg
Michael J. Astrue[110]
Jason J. Fichtner[110] Upon Senate confirmation
Southern States Energy Board
Federal Representative to the Southern States Energy Board Eddie Joe Williams November 15, 2017
Board of Trustees of the Federal Hospital Insurance Trust Fund
Member of the Board of Trustees of the Federal Hospital Insurance Trust Fund James B. Lockhart III[104] Upon Senate confirmation
Board of Trustees of the Federal Supplementary Medical Insurance Trust Fund
Member of the Board of Trustees of the Federal Supplementary Medical Insurance Trust Fund James B. Lockhart III[104] Upon Senate confirmation

Independent commissions[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
American Battle Monuments Commission
American Battle Monuments Commission seal.svg
Member of the American Battle Monuments Commission
William M. Matz Jr. official photo (cropped).jpg
William M. Matz Jr.[111]
April 11, 2018
Tom Hicks official photo (cropped).jpg
Tom Hicks[111]
John P. McGoff official photo (cropped).jpg
John P. McGoff[111]
Evans Spiceland official photo (cropped).jpg
Evans C. Spiceland[111]
Robert Wefald official photo (cropped).jpg
Robert Wefald[111]
Jennifer Carroll official photo (cropped).jpg
Jennifer Carroll[111]
Dorothy Gray official photo (cropped).jpg
Dorothy Gray[111]
Luis Quinonez official photo (cropped).jpg
Luis R. Quinonez[111]
Chairman David Urban official photo (cropped).jpg
David Urban[112]
May 1, 2018
Benjamin Cassidy official photo (cropped).jpg
Benjamin Cassidy[45]
June 2018
Robert L. Ord official photo (cropped).jpg
Robert L. Ord[113]
August 2018
Appalachian Regional Commission
Co-Chair of the Appalachian Regional Commission Tim Thomas official photo (cropped).jpg
Tim Thomas[114]
April 3, 2018
(Confirmed March 22, 2018, voice vote)
Commodity Futures Trading Commission
Commodity Futures Trading Commission seal.svg
Chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission
Heath P. Tarbert official photo (cropped).jpg
Heath Tarbert[115]
July 15, 2019
(Confirmed June 5, 2019, 84–9)
Commodity Futures Trading Commission seal.svg
Commissioner of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission
Brian Quintenz official photo (cropped).jpg
Brian Quintenz[42][116]
August 15, 2017
(Confirmed August 3, 2017, voice vote)
Dawn DeBerry Stump official photo (cropped).jpg
Dawn DeBerry Stump[117]
September 5, 2018
(Confirmed August 28, 2018, voice vote)
Rostin Behnam official photo (cropped).jpg
Rostin Behnam
September 6, 2017
(Confirmed August 3, 2017, voice vote)
Dan Berkovitz official photo (cropped).jpg
Dan Berkovitz[62]
September 7, 2018
(Confirmed August 28, 2018, voice vote)
Consumer Product Safety Commission
Seal of the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission.svg
Chairwoman of the Consumer Product Safety Commission
Nancy B. Beck[118] Upon senate confirmation
Seal of the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission.svg
Commissioner of the Consumer Product Safety Commission
Dana Baiocco official photo (cropped).jpg
Dana Baiocco[119]
June 1, 2018
(Confirmed May 22, 2018, 50–45)
Peter Feldman official photo (cropped).jpg
Peter Feldman[120][121]
October 5, 2018
(Confirmed September 25, 2018, 80–19)
(Confirmed to a full term September 26, 2018, 51–49)
Election Assistance Commission
Seal of the United States Election Assistance Commission.svg
Member of the Election Assistance Commission
Ben Hovland.jpg
Benjamin Hovland[88]
February 6, 2019
(Confirmed January 2, 2019, voice vote)
Donald Palmer.jpg
Donald L. Palmer[122]
February 6, 2019
(Confirmed January 2, 2019, voice vote)
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Seal of the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.svg
Chairman of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Janet Dhillon[123] May 15, 2019
(Confirmed May 8, 2019, 50–43)
Seal of the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.svg
Commissioner of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Charlotte Burrows[124] TBD
(Confirmed August 1, 2019, voice vote)
Andrea R. Lucas[118] TBD
(Confirmed September 22, 2020, 49-44)
Jocelyn Samuels[118] TBD
(Confirmed September 23, 2020, 54-42)
Keith E. Sonderling[125] TBD
(Confirmed September 22, 2020, 52-41)
Seal of the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.svg
General Counsel of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Sharon Fast Gustafson[36] TBD
(Confirmed August 1, 2019, voice vote)
Federal Communications Commission
Seal of the United States Federal Communications Commission.svg
Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission
Ajit Pai portrait 2018.jpg
Ajit V. Pai[126][127]
October 2, 2017
(Confirmed October 2, 2017 for second term, 52–41)
Seal of the United States Federal Communications Commission.svg
Commissioner of the Federal Communications Commission
Brendan Carr official portrait (cropped).jpg
Brendan Carr[128][129]
August 11, 2017
(Confirmed August 3, 2017, voice vote)
(Carr confirmed for another term January 2, 2019)
Jessica Rosenworcel official photo (cropped).jpg
Jessica Rosenworcel[130]
Geoffrey Starks (cropped).jpg
Geoffrey Starks[131]
January 30, 2019
(Confirmed January 2, 2019, voice vote)
Federal Election Commission
Seal of the United States Federal Election Commission.svg
Commissioner of the Federal Election Commission
James E. Trainor III[132] May 19, 2020
(Confirmed May 19, 2020, 49–43)
Federal Maritime Commission
FederalMaritimeCommissionSeal.jpg
Member of the Federal Maritime Commission
Daniel Maffei official photo (cropped).jpg
Dan Maffei[133]
January 23, 2019
(Confirmed January 2, 2019, voice vote)
L.E. Sola Official Photo (Federal Maritime Commission).jpg
Louis E. Sola[133]
Carl Bentzel[134] TBD
(Confirmed November 21, 2019, voice vote)
Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission
Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission seal.png
Chairman of the Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission
Marco M. Rajkovich, Jr. official photo (cropped).jpg
Marco M. Rajkovich Jr.[135]
March 25, 2019
(Confirmed March 14, 2019, voice vote)
Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission seal.png
Member of the Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission
William I. Althen official portrait (cropped).jpg
William Althen[136]
March 25, 2019
(Confirmed March 14, 2019, voice vote) (Reappointment)
Arthur R. Traynor III official photo (cropped).jpg
Arthur Traynor[137]
March 25, 2019
(Confirmed March 14, 2019, voice vote)
Federal Trade Commission
Seal of the United States Federal Trade Commission.svg
Chairman of the Federal Trade Commission
Joseph Simons official photo (cropped).jpg
Joseph Simons[138]
May 1, 2018
(Confirmed April 26, 2018, voice vote)
Seal of the United States Federal Trade Commission.svg
Commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission
Rohit Chopra official photo (cropped).jpg
Rohit Chopra[138]
May 2, 2017
(Confirmed April 26, 2018, voice vote)
Noah Joshua Phillips official portrait (cropped).jpg
Noah Joshua Phillips[139]
Christine Wilson official photo.png
Christine S. Wilson[139]
September 26, 2018
(Confirmed April 26, 2018, voice vote)
Rebecca Kelly Slaughter official photo (cropped).jpg
Rebecca Slaughter[140]
May 2, 2017
(Confirmed April 26, 2018, voice vote)
United States Commission of Fine Arts
United States Commission of Fine Arts - seal.jpg
Member of the Commission of Fine Arts
Justin Shubow[141] September 2018
Frederick Douglass Bicentennial Commission
Member of the Frederick Douglass Bicentennial Commission Alveda King by Gage Skidmore.jpg
Alveda King[142]
Eric Madison Lowery[142]
Naomi C. Earp.jpg
Naomi C. Earp[142]
Dean Brode Nelson[143]
Great Lakes Fishery Commission
Commissioner of the Great Lakes Fishery Commission Charles M. Wooley[144] November 2018
National Indian Gaming Commission
National Indian Gaming Commission logo.png
Chairman of the National Indian Gaming Commission
E. Sequoyah Simermeyer (cropped).jpg
E. Sequoyah Simermeyer[145]
TBD
(Confirmed November 21, 2019, voice vote)
International Joint Commission
Commissioner of the International Joint Commission for United States and Canada JaneL.Corwin.jpg
Jane Corwin[110]
TBD
(Confirmed May 16, 2019, voice vote)
Robert C. Sisson[110]
Lance V. Yohe[110]
United States Commission on International Religious Freedom
Seal of the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom.svg
Member of the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom
Reagan Contact Sheet C39125 (cropped).jpg
Gary Bauer[146]
May 2018
Nadine Maenza[146]
Johnnie Moore Jr.[146]
International Trade Commission
United States International Trade Commission seal.PNG
Commissioner of the International Trade Commission
Jason Kearns April 2, 2018
(Confirmed March 1, 2018, voice vote)
Amy Karpel[147][148] TBD
(Confirmed August 1, 2019, voice vote)
Randolph J. Stayin[149]
National Commission on Military Aviation Safety
Member of the National Commission on Military Aviation Safety Scott C. Donnelly[150] November 2018
Joe Hagin Official Portrait.jpg
Joe Hagin[150]
Richard F. Healing[150]
Dabney Kern[150]
Mississippi River Commission
President of the Mississippi River Commission Richard G. Kaiser (cropped).jpg
Richard G. Kaiser
September 2017
Member of the Mississippi River Commission James A. Reeder (cropped).jpg
James A. Reeder[151]
Paul E. Owen (cropped).jpg
Paul E. Owen
Northern Border Regional Commission
Federal Co-chairperson of the Northern Border Regional Commission Harold B. Parker[108] October 17, 2018
(Confirmed October 11, 2018, voice vote)
Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Seal of the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission.png
Chairwoman of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Kristine Svinicki (cropped).jpg
Kristine Svinicki
January 23, 2017
(Confirmed July 1, 2017 for third term, 88–9)
Seal of the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission.png
Commissioner of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Jeff Baran (cropped).jpg
Jeff Baran[152]
May 29, 2018
(Confirmed May 24, 2018 for reappointment, voice vote)
Annie Caputo official photo (cropped).jpg
Annie Caputo[152]
May 29, 2018
(Confirmed May 24, 2018, voice vote)
David A. Wright official photo (cropped).jpg
David A. Wright[152]
May 29, 2018
(Confirmed May 24, 2018, voice vote)
(Re-confirmed May 21, 2020, voice vote)
Christopher T. Hanson TBD
(Confirmed May 21, 2020, voice vote)
Seal of the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission.png
Inspector General, Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Robert J. Feitel TBD
(Confirmed May 4, 2020, 87–0)
Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission
Chairwoman of the Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission Heather MacDougall official photo.png
Heather MacDougall[153]
August 3, 2017
(Confirmed August 3, 2017, voice vote)
April 6, 2019
Commissioner of the Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission James J. Sullivan official photo.png
James Sullivan
Amanda Laihow TBD
(Confirmed January 9, 2020, voice vote)
Cynthia L. Attwood TBD
(Confirmed January 9, 2020, voice vote)
(reappointment)
Postal Regulatory Commission
U.S. Postal Regulatory Commission Seal.jpg
Commissioner of the Postal Regulatory Commission
Michael M. Kubayanda official photo (cropped).jpg
Michael Kubayanda[45]
January 29, 2019
(Confirmed January 2, 2019, voice vote)
Ann C. Fisher official photo (cropped).jpg
Ann C. Fisher[154]
August 8, 2019
(Confirmed August 1, 2019, voice vote)
Ashley E. Poling official photo (cropped).jpg
Ashley Poling[155]
Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin
Member of the Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin Jeffrey L. Milhorn (cropped).jpg
Jeffrey L. Milhorn[133]
November 2018
U.S. Commission for the Preservation of America's Heritage Abroad
SealUnitedStatesHeritageAbroadPreservationCommission.png
Member of the Commission for the Preservation of America's Heritage Abroad
Heshie Billet[156] Reappointment
(Tenure began in 2016)
Paul Packer October 2017
Securities and Exchange Commission
Seal of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission.svg
Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission
Jay Clayton (cropped).jpg
Jay Clayton[157][158]
May 4, 2017
(Confirmed May 2, 2017, 61–37)
Seal of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission.svg
Member of the Securities and Exchange Commission
Hester Peirce official photo (cropped).jpg
Hester Peirce
January 11, 2018
(Confirmed December 21, 2017, voice vote)
(Confirmed August 6, 2020, voice vote)
Robert J. Jackson Jr. official photo (cropped).jpg
Robert J. Jackson Jr.[41]
January 11, 2018
(Confirmed December 21, 2017, voice vote)
February 14, 2020
Allison H. Lee official photo (cropped).jpg
Allison Lee[63]
July 8, 2019
(Confirmed June 20, 2019, voice vote)
Elad Roisman official photo (cropped).jpg
Elad Roisman[159]
September 11, 2018
(Confirmed September 5, 2018, 85–14)
Caroline A. Crenshaw TBD
(Confirmed August 6, 2020, voice vote)
United States Semiquincentennial Commission
Chairman of the United States Semiquincentennial Commission Daniel M. DiLella[160] March 2018
United States Sentencing Commission
Chair of the United States Sentencing Commission Kevin Michael Moore[161] TBD
Member of the United States Sentencing Commission Charles Breyer District Judge.jpg
Charles R. Breyer
March 21, 2017
(Confirmed March 21, 2017 for second term, 98–0)
Danny C. Reeves official photo.jpg
Danny C. Reeves
Claria Horn Boom[161] TBD
Henry E. Hudson[161]
John G. Malcolm[161]
Felipe Restrepo.jpg
Luis Felipe Restrepo[161]
Commission on Social Impact Partnerships
Chairman of the Commission on Social Impact Partnerships Paul Bradford Edgerley[45] June 2018
Women's Suffrage Centennial Commission
Member of the Women's Suffrage Centennial Commission Jovita Carranza official photo (cropped).jpg
Jovita Carranza[162]
August 2018
Kay Coles James by Gage Skidmore 2 (cropped).jpg
Kay Coles James[163]
September 2018

Independent committees[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Member of the Advisory Committee on the Arts of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Pamella DeVos October 2017
Frederick Jubitz
Michael Lorber
Anne N. Reyes
Stephanie Spencer
Frank Giordano
Vance Thompson
Geoffrey K. Verhoff
Rene Augustine[164] December 2018
Annette Shelby[164]
Lee Greenwood 2000.jpg
Lee Greenwood[165]
November 2019
Committee for Purchase from People Who Are Blind or Severely Disabled
Army Representative on the Committee for Purchase from People Who Are Blind or Severely Disabled Stuart A. Hazlett[166] December 2018

Independent councils[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
National Council on Disability
US-NationalCouncilOnDisability-Seal.svg
Member of the National Council on Disability
Neil Romano[40] March 8, 2018
(Appointed February 21, 2018)
Federal Permitting Improvement Steering Council
Executive Director of the Federal Permitting Improvement Steering Council Alexander H. Herrgott official photo (cropped).jpg
Alexander Herrgott[167]
September 2018
Federal Salary Council
Vice Chair of the Federal Salary Council Jill L. Nelson[141] September 2018
Advisory Council on Historic Preservation
US-AdvisoryCouncilOnHistoricPreservation-Logo.svg
Chair of the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation
Aimee Kathryn Jorjani[168] TBD
(Confirmed June 27, 2019, voice vote)
US-AdvisoryCouncilOnHistoricPreservation-Logo.svg

Member of the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation

Robert Eugene Simison[169]
United States Holocaust Memorial Council
Chairman of the United States Holocaust Memorial Council Howard Lorber[170] May 31, 2017
(Appointed May 10, 2018)
Member of the United States Holocaust Memorial Council Andrew M. Cohn[99] TBD
(Appointed December 14, 2018)
Helene Feldman[99]
Murray J. Laulicht[99]
Betty Pantirer Schwartz[99]
Bradley D. Wine[99]
Jonathan W. Burkan[171] TBD
(Appointed February 13, 2019)
Sam M. Devinki[171]
David M. Flaum[171]
Jeremy Halpern[171]
Fred S. Zeidman[172] TBD
(Appointed February 21, 2019)
Adam E. Beren[173] TBD
(Appointed October 23, 2019)
Bolten Joshua.jpg
Joshua Bolten[173]
Sonia Marilyn Breslow[173]
Ari Fleischer in 2007.jpg
Ari Fleischer[173]
Adele Malpass[173]
Frederick R. Marcus[173]
Irvin Shapell[173]
Ronald Weiser.jpg
Ronald Weiser[173]
National Endowment for the Arts
National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Logo 2018 Square on Black.svg
Chairperson of the National Endowment for the Arts
Mary Anne Carter[174] TBD
(Confirmed August 1, 2019, voice vote)
National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Logo 2018 Square on Black.svg
Member of the National Council on the Arts
Charles Wickser Banta[66] Upon Senate confirmation
Michelle Itczak[66]
Barbara Coleen Long[66]
Carleton Varney[66]
National Infrastructure Advisory Council
Member of the National Infrastructure Advisory Council William Fehrman[156]
Joseph R. Baich[175]
Daniel P. Walsh[176]

Independent offices[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
Office of Government Ethics
US-OfficeOfGovernmentEthics-Logo.svg
Director of the Office of Government Ethics
Emory A. Rounds III (cropped).jpg
Emory A. Rounds III[142]
July 13, 2018
(Confirmed July 12, 2018, voice vote)
Office of Personnel Management
Seal of the United States Office of Personnel Management.svg
Director of the Office of Personnel Management
Margaret Weichert official photo (cropped).png
Margaret Weichert
October 2018[177]
Seal of the United States Office of Personnel Management.svg
Deputy Director of the Office of Personnel Management
Michael Rigas official photo.jpg
Michael Rigas[178]
Seal of the United States Office of Personnel Management.svg
Inspector General of the Office of Personnel Management
John Edward Dupuy[179] Upon Senate confirmation
Seal of the United States Office of Personnel Management.svg
Member of the Federal Salary Council
Ronald Sanders[180]
Katja Bullock[180]
Office of Special Counsel
Wiki OSC Seal.jpg
Special Counsel of the Office of Special Counsel
Henry Kerner[181] October 30, 2017
(Confirmed October 16, 2017, voice vote)
United States Government Publishing Office
Seal of the United States Government Printing Office.svg
Director of the Government Publishing Office
Hugh N. Halpern TBD
(Confirmed December 4, 2019, voice vote)
Institute of Museum and Library Services

Director of the Institute of Museum and Library Services
Crosby Kemper III TBD
(Confirmed January 9, 2020, voice vote)

Independent miscellaneous[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
Farm Credit Administration
Seal of the Farm Credit Administration.svg
Member of the Farm Credit Administration
Glen R. Smith official photo (cropped).jpg
Glen R. Smith
December 14, 2017
(Confirmed December 5, 2017, voice vote)
Charles A. Stones Upon Senate confirmation
Rodney K. Brown[182] Upon Senate confirmation
General Services Administration
US-GeneralServicesAdministration-Seal-Alt.svg
Administrator of General Services
Emily W. Murphy official photo (cropped).jpg
Emily W. Murphy
December 12, 2017
(Confirmed December 5, 2017, voice vote)
National Credit Union Administration
NCUA official seal.svg
Member of the National Credit Union Administration
Rodney E. Hood official photo (cropped).jpg
Rodney Hood[183]
April 8, 2019
(Confirmed March 14, 2019, voice vote)
Todd M. Harper official photo (cropped).jpg
Todd Harper[184]
Kyle Hauptman Upon Senate Confirmation
Social Security Administration
US-SocialSecurityAdmin-Seal.svg
Commissioner of the Social Security Administration
Andrew M. Saul official photo (cropped).jpg
Andrew Saul[185]
June 17, 2019
(Confirmed June 4, 2019, 77–16)
US-SocialSecurityAdmin-Seal.svg
Deputy Commissioner of the Social Security Administration
David Fabian Black[185] TBD
(Confirmed September 24, 2019, 68–26)
US-SocialSecurityAdmin-Seal.svg
Inspector General of the Social Security Administration
Gail S. Ennis[186] February 4, 2019
(Confirmed January 2, 2019, voice vote)
US-SocialSecurityAdmin-Seal.svg
Member of the Board of Trustees of the Federal Old-Age and Survivors Insurance Trust Fund
James B. Lockhart III[104] Upon Senate confirmation
US-SocialSecurityAdmin-Seal.svg
Member of the Board of Trustees of the Federal Disability Insurance Trust Fund
Administrative Conference of the United States
Seal of the Administrative Conference of the United States.png
Chairman of the Administrative Conference of the United States
Vacant
Seal of the Administrative Conference of the United States.png
Member of the Council of the Administrative Conference of the United States
Don McGahn official photo (cropped).png
Donald F. McGahn II[187]
Upon Senate Confirmation
Michael H. McGinley[187]
Jeffrey M. Harris[187]
Nicholas T. Matich IV[115] December 11, 2018
Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency
Director of the Agency for Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency Richard S. Tischner official photo (cropped).jpg
Richard Tischner[188]
February 11, 2019
(Confirmed January 2, 2019, voice vote)
Federal Housing Finance Agency
Seal of the United States Federal Housing Finance Agency.svg
Director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency
Mark A. Calabria official portrait (cropped).jpg
Mark A. Calabria[115]
April 9, 2019
(Confirmed April 4, 2019, 52–44)
United States Agency for International Development
USAID-Logo.svg
Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development
Vacant
USAID-Logo.svg
Deputy Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development
Bonnie Glick official photo.jpg
Bonnie Glick[185]
January 30, 2019
(Confirmed January 2, 2019, voice vote)
USAID-Logo.svg
Assistant Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development

(Africa)

Ramsey C. Day.jpg
Ramsey Day[189]
TBD
(Confirmed August 6, 2020, voice vote)
USAID-Logo.svg
Assistant Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development

(Europe and Eurasia)

Brock Bierman official photo (cropped).jpg
Brock D. Bierman
January 8, 2018
(Confirmed December 21, 2017, voice vote)
USAID-Logo.svg
Assistant Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development

(Latin America and the Caribbean)

John D. Barsa (cropped).jpg
John Barsa[190]
TBD
(Confirmed May 23, 2019, voice vote)
USAID-Logo.svg
Assistant Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development

(Middle East)

Mike Harvey (cropped).jpg
Michael T. Harvey[191]
January 30, 2019
(Confirmed January 2, 2019, voice vote)
USAID-Logo.svg
Assistant Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development
(Democracy, Conflict and Humanitarian Assistance)
Jenny McGee in 2010.jpg
Jenny McGee[192]
TBD
(Confirmed August 6, 2020, voice vote)
USAID-Logo.svg
Assistant Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development
(Economic Policy, Economic Growth, Education and Environment)
Michelle A. Bekkering (cropped).jpg
Michelle Bekkering[193]
TBD
(Confirmed December 19, 2019, voice vote)
USAID-Logo.svg
Assistant Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development
(Global Health)
Alma Golden (cropped).jpg
Alma Golden[63]
TBD
(Confirmed March 20, 2020, voice vote)
USAID-Logo.svg
Assistant Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development
(Legislative and Public Affairs)
Richard C. Parker, Jr. official photo (cropped).jpg
Richard C. Parker[105]
June 10, 2019
(Confirmed May 23, 2019, voice vote)
USAID-Logo.svg
Member of the Board for International Food and Agricultural Development
Mississippi State University President Mark E. Keenum.jpg
Mark E. Keenum[156]
Reappointment
(Tenure began in 2016)
Richard L. Lackey[156]
USAID-Logo.svg
Coordinator of United States International Basic Education Assistance
Julie E. Cram (cropped).jpg
Julie E. Cram[194]
March 2018
Tahoe Regional Planning Agency
Member of the Governing Board of the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency A.J. Hicks[151]
Delta Regional Authority
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Federal Co-Chairman of the Delta Regional Authority
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Christopher Caldwell
January 12, 2018
(Confirmed December 21, 2017, voice vote)
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Alternate Federal Co-Chairman of the Delta Regional Authority
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Peter Kinder[195]
September 7, 2017
Appointed August 11, 2017
Federal Labor Relations Authority
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Chairman of the Federal Labor Relations Authority
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Colleen Kiko[41]
December 11, 2017
(Confirmed November 16, 2017, voice vote)
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Member of the Federal Labor Relations Authority
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Ernest W. DuBester
November 16, 2017
(Confirmed November 16, 2017, voice vote)
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James T. Abbott
December 11, 2017
(Confirmed November 16, 2017, voice vote)
US-FLRA-Seal.svg
General Counsel of the Federal Labor Relations Authority
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Catherine Bird[193]
Upon Senate confirmation
Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority
Member of the Board of Directors of the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Alan E. Cobb[46] Upon Senate confirmation
William Shaw McDermott[196]
Tennessee Valley Authority
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Member of the Board of Directors of the Tennessee Valley Authority
Kenneth Allen.jpg
Kenneth E. Allen[197]
January 11, 2018
(Confirmed December 21, 2017, voice vote)
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A.D. Frazier[198]
January 9, 2018
(Confirmed December 21, 2017, voice vote)
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William Kilbride[199]
August 8, 2019
(Confirmed August 1, 2019, voice vote)
John L. Ryder[81] March 20, 2019
(Confirmed February 28, 2019, voice vote)
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Jeffrey Smith[200]
January 11, 2018
(Confirmed December 21, 2017, voice vote)
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James R. Thompson III
January 12, 2018
(Confirmed December 21, 2017, voice vote)
U.S. Agency for Global Media
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Chief Executive Officer of the U.S. Agency for Global Media
Michael Pack[201] TBD
(Confirmed June 4, 2020, 53–38)
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
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Director of the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau
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Kathy Kraninger[183]
December 10, 2018[202]
(Confirmed December 6, 2018, 50–49)
Legal Services Corporation
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Member of the Board of Directors of the Legal Services Corporation
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Robert J. Grey Jr.[45]
TBD
(Confirmed August 1, 2019, voice vote)
Matthew D. Keenan[203]
Abigail Kuzma[45]
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John G. Levi[45]
John G. Malcolm[45]
Frank X. Neuner Jr.[45]
Julie Reiskin[199]
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Gloria Valencia-Weber[45]
Millennium Challenge Corporation
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Chief Executive Officer of the Millennium Challenge Corporation
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Sean Cairncross[204]
June 24, 2019
(Confirmed June 18, 2019, 59–37)
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Member of the Millennium Challenge Corporation
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Mike Johanns[205]
TBD
(Confirmed June 13, 2019, voice vote)
(Reappointment)[206]
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Susan McCue[207]
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Ander Crenshaw[207]
George M. Marcus[208]
Corporation for National and Community Service
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Chief Executive Officer of the Corporation for National and Community Service
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Barbara Stewart
February 20, 2018
(Confirmed February 7, 2018, voice vote)
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Member of the Board of Directors of the Corporation for National and Community Service
Victoria Ann Hughes[207] Upon Senate confirmation
(Reappointment; tenure began in 2016)
Heather Reynolds[207]
Overseas Private Investment Corporation
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President and CEO of the OPIC
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David Bohigian
March 2019
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Executive Vice President of the OPIC
September 5, 2017
(Confirmed August 3, 2017, voice vote)
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Member of the Board of Directors of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation
Christopher P. Vincze official photo (cropped).jpg
Christopher Vincze[209]
July 10, 2019
(Confirmed June 13, 2019, voice vote)
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Small Business Member of the Board of Directors of the OPIC
Frederick Perpall Upon Senate confirmation
OPIC logo2014 cmyk.png
Public Member of the Board of Directors of the OPIC
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Irving Bailey[210]
July 10, 2019
(Confirmed June 13, 2019, voice vote)
Corporation for Public Broadcasting
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Member of the Board of Directors of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting

Ruby Calvert[211]
May 2018
(Confirmed May 24, 2018, voice vote)

Laura G. Ross[211]
May 2018
(Confirmed May 24, 2018, voice vote)
Bruce Ramer[212] TBD
(Confirmed March 14, 2019, voice vote)
Janice Miriam Hellreich[212]
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Robert A. Mandell[133]
TBD
(Confirmed March 14, 2019, voice vote)
Don Munce[133] Upon Senate confirmation
Peace Corps
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Director of the Peace Corps
Jody Olsen official photo (cropped).jpg
Jody Olsen[213]
March 30, 2018
(Confirmed March 22, 2018, voice vote)
Peace corps logo16.svg
Deputy Director of the Peace Corps
Alan Swendiman[214] Upon Senate confirmation
National Science Foundation
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Director of the National Science Foundation
Sethuraman Panchanathan June 23, 2020
(Confirmed June 18, 2020, voice vote)
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Member of the National Science Board
Maureen L. Condic[215] November 2018
Suresh V. Garimella[215]
Steven Leath[215]
Geraldine L. Richmond[215]
La NASA en la Embajada (34142640202).jpg
Alan Stern[215]
Stephen Willard[215]
Maria Zuber[215]
International Monetary Fund

Governor of the International Monetary Fund

Steven Mnuchin official photo (cropped).jpg
Steven Mnuchin
April 2018
(Confirmed March 22, 2018, voice vote)

United States Executive Director of the International Monetary Fund

Mark Rosen[216] Upon Senate confirmation
National Endowment for the Humanities
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Chairperson of the National Endowment for the Humanities
Jon Parrish Peede official photo (cropped).jpg
Jon Parrish Peede[37]
May 3, 2018
(Confirmed April 26, 2018, voice vote)
US-NEH-2010Logo.svg
Member of the National Council on the Humanities
David Armand DeKeyser[209] TBD
(Confirmed August 1, 2019, voice vote)
Phyllis Kaminsky[209]
Kim Holmes[209]
Jean M. Yarbrough[209]
Keegan Callanan[209]
Kathe Hicks Albrecht[209]
Russell Berman[217]
William English[217]
Marjorie Fisher Furman[217]
John Fonte[217]
Claire Griffin[217]
Joyce Lee Malcolm[217]
Adair Margo[217]
Matthew Rose[217]
William Schneider Jr.[217]
Noël Valis[217]
Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service.jpg
Director of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
Rich Giacolone official photo.jpg
Richard Giacolone[218]
June 12, 2018 August 13, 2020
TBD
(Confirmed August 13, 2020, voice vote)
United States Postal Service

Member of the Board of Governors of the United States Postal Service
Mike Duncan official photo (cropped).jpg
Mike Duncan[219][220]
September 13, 2018
(Confirmed August 28, 2018, voice vote; reappointment confirmed December 5, 2019, 89–0)
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David C. Williams[219]
September 13, 2018
(Confirmed August 28, 2018, voice vote)
John McLeod Barger[28] August 20, 2019
(Confirmed August 1, 2019, voice vote)
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Ron Bloom[221]
Roman Martinez IV[221]
William Zollars[222] TBD
(Confirmed June 18, 2020, voice vote)
Donald Lee Moak TBD
(Confirmed June 18, 2020, voice vote)
Selective Service System
Seal of the Selective Service System.svg
Director of the Selective Service System
Don Benton official photo (cropped).jpg
Don Benton[223]
April 13, 2017
(Appointed April 11, 2017)
United Service Organizations
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Member of the Board of Governors of the United Service Organizations
Karen Kelly[224] January 2019
Jayne H. Plank[224]
Architect of the Capitol
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Architect of the Capitol
J. Brett Blanton January 16, 2020
(Confirmed December 19, 2019, voice vote)
Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corporation
Member of the Board of Directors LaJuana S. Wilcher TBD
(Confirmed December 19, 2019, voice vote)
U.S. International Development Finance Corporation
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Chief Executive Officer
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Adam Boehler
December 20, 2019
(Confirmed September 26, 2019, voice vote)
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Deputy Chief Executive Officer
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Edward Burrier[225]
Upon Senate confirmation

Appointees who have resigned or have been dismissed[edit]

Announced positions from which candidates have withdrawn[edit]

Pace of appointments and approvals[edit]

While President Trump tweeted on February 7, 2017, dissatisfaction – "It is a disgrace my Cabinet is not yet in place, the longest such delay in the history of our country"—the assertion was ruled false by the BBC based on a detailed review of the last five administrations. The analysis found more room for a general complaint of slowness in congressional action and that the administration "has by far the fewest confirmed cabinet selections at this point" but it also noted that, beyond the non-action on Judge Merrick Garland's 10-month nomination to the Supreme Court by Trump's predecessor, President Obama's "choice for Labor secretary, Thomas Perez, took 121 days to be confirmed. John Bryson, his commerce pick, waited 126 days. Attorney General Loretta Lynch holds the modern record, as 161 days passed before getting Senate approval."[226]

In an update on the March 2017 nomination of J. Christopher Giancarlo to the CFTC, the White House submitted his paperwork to the Senate committee in early May. "The paperwork is a prerequisite for the panel to advance the nomination with a hearing and an eventual committee vote, which now may not come until the summer or fall. The committee is said to be waiting for the administration to nominate individuals to fill two more vacancies at the commission before it holds the hearing, according to Senate aides and people familiar with the process," reported the Wall Street Journal.[116]

In July 2017, the New York Times assessed the pace and reported that Trump had announced 36 percent of "leadership positions below the secretary level" compared with 78 percent by Obama over the same period. Average approval time has been nine days slower for Trump appointees versus Obama's. Ten of 15 Cabinet agencies had no number two, several deputy secretaries were not nominated until after the Administration's 100-day mark, and some had not yet been nominated.[227]

By October 2017, Trump had made 412 nominations. By the same point in their respective presidencies, George W. Bush had made 640 nominations and Barack Obama had made 536 nominations.[228]

In May 2018, assessing the administration's overall personnel approach, Evan Osnos reported in The New Yorker that "more than half of the six hundred and fifty-six most critical positions are still unfilled." He quoted Max Stier of the Partnership for Public Service as saying "We've never seen vacancies at this scale[.] Not anything close." [229]

See also[edit]

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