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The Administration also conducts and participates in the comprehensive planning of water resource development in the Southwest.
The Administration sets the lowest possible rates to consumers, consistent with sound business principles, and gives preference in the sale of such power and energy to public bodies and cooperatives. For further information, contact the Southeastern Power Administration, Elberton, GA 30635. Phone, 706-283-9911.
For further information, contact the Southwestern Power Administration, P.O. Box 1619, Tulsa, OK 74101. Phone, 918-581-7474.
Alaska Power Administration The Administration is responsible for operating and marketing power for the Eklutna and Snettisham Hydroelectric Projects in Alaska, including transmission systems serving the Anchorage and Juneau areas. For further information, contact the Alaska Power Administration, Suite 2B, 2770 Sherwood Lane, Juneau, AK 99801. Phone, 907–586–7405. Southwestern Power Administration The Administration is responsible for the sale and disposition of electric power and energy in the States of Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Texas.
The Southwestern Power Administration transmits and disposes of the electric power and energy generated at Federal reservoir projects, supplemented by power purchased from public and private utilities, in such a manner as to encourage the most widespread and economical use. The Administration sets the lowest possible rates to consumers, consistent with sound business principles, and gives preference in the sale of power and energy to public bodies and cooperatives.
Western Area Power Administration The Administration is responsible for the Federal electric power-marketing and transmission functions in 15 central and western States, encompassing a geographic area of 1.3 million square miles. The Administration sells power to cooperatives, municipalities, public utility districts, private utilities, Federal and State agencies, and irrigation districts. The wholesale power customers, in turn, provide service to millions of retail consumers in the States of Arizona, California, Colorado, lowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, and Wyoming
The Administration is responsible for the operation and maintenance of transmission lines, substations, and various auxiliary power facilities in the aforementioned geographic area and also for planning, construction, and operation and maintenance of additional Federal transmission facilities that may be authorized in the future.
For further information, contact the Western Area Power Administration, P.O. Box 3402, Golden, CO 80401. Phone, 303–231-1513.
Sources of Information
Contracts and Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization Activities Information on business opportunities with the Department and its contractors is available on the World Wide Web. Internet, http://www.pr.doe.gov/ prbus.html. For assistance, call 202– 634-4511. For information on existing DOE awards, call 202-586-9051.
Employment Most jobs in the Department are in the competitive service. Positions are filled through hiring individuals with Federal civil service status, but may also be filled using lists of competitive eligibles from the Office of Personnel Management or the Department's special examining units. Contact the Office of Personnel. Phone, 202-586-8676.
Freedom of Information Act To obtain administrative and technical support in matters involving the Freedom of Information, Privacy, and Computer Matching Acts, call 202-586-6025. Inspector General Hotline Persons who wish to raise issues of concern regarding departmental operations, processes, or practices or who may be aware of or suspect illegal acts or noncriminal violations should contact the hotline. Phone, 202–586–4073. Office of Scientific and Technical Information The Office manages a system for the centralized collection, announcement, and dissemination of and historical reference to the
Department's scientific and technical information and worldwide energy information. Contact the Office of Scientific and Technical Information, P.O. Box 62, Oak Ridge, TN 37831. Phone, 423-576–1323. Public Information Issuances, Press Releases, and Publications for media contacts, call 202-586-5575. Public Reading Room for information materials on DOE and public access to DOE records, call 202–586–3142. Whistleblower Assistance Federal or DOE contractor employees wishing to make complaints of alleged wrongdoing against the Department or its contractors should call 202-586-8289.
For further information concerning the Department of Energy, contact the Office of Communications, Department of Energy, 1000 Independence Avenue SW., Washington, DC 20585. Phone, 202-586-4940. Internet, http://www.doe.gov/.
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES 200 Independence Avenue SW., Washington, DC 20201 Phone, 202-619-0257
DONNA E. SHALALA
THOMAS D. ROSLEWICZ
EILEEN T. BOYD
SECRETARY OF HEALTH AND HUMAN
Confidential Assistant to the Secretary
Principal Deputy Inspector General
and Administrative Adjudication Director, Office for Civil Rights
Planning and Evaluation
Management Planning and Evaluation
Special Assistant to the President
(Policy and Communications)
Deputy Assistant Secretary (Human Services)
P. CAMPBELL GARDETT
KAREN L. POLLITZ
JACK C. EBELER SUSANNE A. STOIBER
WENDELL E. PRIMUS
ROBYN I. STONE
HARRIET S. RABB
ROBERT KEITH, Acting
JACK M. KRESS MARGARET ). PORTER
D. MCCARTY THORNTON
Deputy Assistant Secretary for Health Policy
Aging, and Long-Term Care Policy
Deputy General Counsel
Administrative Law Division
Families, and Aging
Management and Budget
SONDRA S. WALLACE, Acting RICHARD RISEBERG
JOHN J. CALLAHAN
ELIZABETH M. JAMES
LAVARNE BURTON DENNIS P. WILLIAMS GEORGE STRADER NEIL STILLMAN
TERRENCE J. TYCHAN
PEGGY J. DODD
AUDREY F. MANLEY, Acting
HAROLD P. THOMPSON SUSAN J. BLUMENTHAL
CLAY E. SIMPSON
MARY JO BANE
Youth, and Families
MARY JO BANE