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Regional Administrators/State DirectorsVeterans' Employment and Training

Service Continued
(RA: Regional Administrator; D: Director)

Region Address

Director

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Abany, NY (Rm. 518, Bldg. 12, Harriman State Campus, 12240)

James H. Hartman (D) 518-457-7465 Albuquerque, NM (401 Broadway NE., 87102)

Jacob Castillo (D)

505-766-2113 Atlanta, GA (Rm. 326, 1371 Peachtree St. NE., 30367-2312)

William Bolls (RA)

404-347-3673 Atlanta, GA (Suite 504, Sussex Pl., 148 International Blvd. NE., 30303) Hartwell H. Mornis (D) 404 331-3893 Austin, TX (Suite 516-T, TEC Bldg., 1117 Trinity St., 78701)

John McKinny (D)

512-863-2814 Baltimore, MD (Rm. 210, 1100 N. Eutaw St., 21201)

Stanley Seidel (D)

410-767-2110 Baton Rouge, LA (Rm. 184,, Admin. Bldg. 1001 N. 230 St., 70804)

Lester Parmenter (D) 504389-0339 Bismarck, ND (1000 Divide Ave., 58502–1632)

Richard Ryan (D)

701-250-4337 Boise, ID (Rm. 303, 317 Main St., 83735)

Robert M. Wilson (D) 208-334-6163 Boston, MA (co Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 2d Fl., 19 Staniford St., Travis Dixon (D)

617-626-6690 02114). Boston, MA (11th Fl., 1 Congress St., 02114)

Norman M. Ahlquist (RA) 617-565-2080 Carson City, NV (Rm. 205, 1923 N. Carson St., 89702)

(Vacancy) (D)

702-687-4632 Casper, WY (100 W. Michwest Ave., 82602)

David McNulty (D)

307-261-5454 Charleston, WV (Rm. 205, 112 California Ave., 25305)

David L. Bush (D)

304 558-4001 Chicago, IL (Rm. 106A, 230 S. Dearborn St., 60604)

Ronald G. Bachman (RA) 312-353-0970 Chicago, IL (2 North, 401 S. State St., 60605)

Milo Guarnero (D)

312-7933433 Columbia, SC (Suite 101-A, 914 Richland St., 29201)

William C. Plowden, Jr. (D) 803–765–5195 Columbus, OH (Rm. 523, 145 S. Front St., 43215)

Carl Price (D)

614-466-2768 Concord, NH (Rm. 208, 143 N. Main St., 03301)

David Houle (D)

603-225–1424 Dallas, TX (Rm. 205, 525 Griffin Sq. Bldg., Griffin and Young Sts., 75202) Lester L. Williams, Jr. (RA) 214-767-4987 Darrver, CO (Suite 910, 1801 California St., 80202–2614)

Ronald G. Bachman (RA) 303_391-6760 Denver, CO (TW. II, Sic 400, 1515 Arabahoe St. 80202-2117)

Mark A. McGinty (D)

303-844-2151 Des Moines, IA (150 Des Moines St., 50309)

Leonard E. Shaw, Jr. (D) 515-281-9061 Detroit, M (Suite 407, 7310 Woodward Ave., 48202)

(Vacancy) (D)

313-872-2383 Frankfort, KY (do Department for Employment Services, 275 E. Main St., Charles R. Netherton (D) . 502-564-7062

40621). Hato Rey, PR (NO. 198, Calle Guayama, 00917)

Angel Mojica (D)

809-754-5391 Helena, MT (111 N. Last Chance Gulch, 59601-4144)

H. Polly La Tray-Holmes (D) 406-449-5431 Honolulu, HI (Rm. 232A, 830 Punch Bowl St., 96813)

Gilbert Hough (D)

808-522-8216 Indianapolis, IN (Rm. 103, 10 N. Senate Ave., 46204)

Bruce Redman (D)

317-232-6804 Jackson, MS (1520 W. Capitol St., 39215–1699)

(Vacancy) (D)

601-9654204 Jefferson City, MO (421 E. Dunklin St., 65104)

Mickey J. Jones (D)

314-751-3921 Juneau, AK (1111 W. 8th St., 99802-5509)

Daniel Travis (D)

907-465-2723 Kansas City, MO (Suite 850, 1100 Main St., 64105)

Lester Williams (RA)

816-426-7151 Lewiston, ME (522 Lisbon St., 04243)

Jon Guay (D)

207-783-5352 Lincoln, NE (560 S. 16th St., 68509)

Richard Nelson (D)

402-437-5289 Little Rock, AR (Rm. G-12, Employment Security Bldg., State Capitol Mall, Billy R. Threlkeld (D) 501-682-3786

72201). Madison, WI (Rm. 250, 201 E. Washington Ave., 53703)

James R. Gutowski (D) 608-2663110 Montgomery, AL (Rm. 543, 649 Monroe St., 36131-4220)

Thomas M. Karr (D) 334-223-7677 Harrisburg, PA (Rm. 625, Labor and Industry Bldg., 17121)

Larry Babbitts (D)

717-787-5834 Montpelier, VT (Rm. 303, 87 State St., 05602)

Ronald R. Benoit (D)

802-828-4441 Nashville, TN (915 8th Ave., N., 37219)

Richard E. Ritchie (D) 615-736_7680 New York, NY (Rm. 766, 201 Varick St., 10014)

H. Miles Sisson (RA) 212-337-2211 Oklahoma City, OK (Rm. 301, Will Rogers Memorial Office Bldg., 73105) Darrell H. Hill (D)

405 557-7189 Olympia, WA (605 Woodview Dr. SE., 98503)

Donald J. Hutt (D)

360_438–4600 Philadelphia, PA (Rm. 802, U.S. Customs House, 20 & Chestnut Sts., Irvin Pope (RA)

215597-1664 19106). Phoenix, AZ (1400 W. Washington St., 85005)

Marco A. Valenzuela (D) 602-379_4961 Providence, RI (507 U.S. Courthouse, N. Federal Bldg., 02903)

John Dunn (D)

401-528-5134 Raleigh, NC (Bldg. M, 700 Wade Ave., 27605)

Steven Guess (D)

919

856-4792 Richmond, VA (Suite 1409, 701 E. Franklin St., 23219)

Roberto Pineda (D)

804-786-6599 Sacramento, CA (Rm. W1142, 800 Capitol Mall, 94280-0001)

Charles Martinez (D)

916-654-8178 St. Paul, MN (3rd Fl., 390 N. Robert, 55101)

Michael D. Graham (D) 612-290–3028 Salem, OR (875 Union St. NE., 97311)

Rex A. Newell (D)

503,378 3338 Salt Lake City, UT (140 E. 300 South St., 84111-2305)

Dale Brockbank (D)

801-524-5703 San Francisco, CA (Suite 705, 71 Stevenson St., 94105)

John E. Giannelli, Jr. (RA) 415

975-4702 Seattle, WA (Suite 800, 1111 3d Ave., 98101-3212)

(Vacancy) (RA)

206553_4831 Tallahassee, FL (Suite 205, 2574 Seagate Dr., 32399-0676)

LaMont P. Davis (D)

904-877-4164 Topeka, KS (1309 Topeka Blvd., 66612)

Gayle A. Gibson (D)

913-296-5032 Trenton, NJ (11th Fl., 28 Yard Ave., CN058, 08625)

Alan E. Grohs (D)

609-292-2930 Washington, DC (Rm. 108, 500 C St. NW., 20001)

Stanley Williams (D)

202-724-7004 Wetherstord, CT (200 Follybrook Blvd., 06601)

Robert B. Inman (D)

203-566-3326 Wilmington, DE (Room 420, 4425 N. Market St., 19809)

Joseph Hortiz (D)

302-761-8138

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For further information, contact the Assistant Secretary for Veterans' Employment and Training,
Department of Labor, 200 Constitution Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20210. Phone, 202-219-9116.

Sources of Information

Contracts General inquiries may be directed to the Office of Acquisition Integrity, OASAM, Room S-1522, 200 Constitution Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20210. Phone, 202-219-8904.

Inquiries on doing business with the Job Corps should be directed to the appropriate Job Corps Regional Director in the Employment and Training Administration regional office. Employment Personnel offices use lists of eligibles from the clerical, scientific, technical, and general examinations of the Office of Personnel Management.

Inquiries and applications may be directed to any of the eight personnel offices at: Department of Labor, 200 Constitution Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20210, or the nearest regional office. Information on specific vacancies may be obtained by calling the Department's Job Opportunity Bank System. Phone, 800-366-2753. Publications The Office of Public Affairs distributes a brochure entitled Department of Labor, which describes the activities of the major agencies within the Department, and Publications of the Department of Labor, a subject listing of publications available from the Department.

The Employment and Training Administration issues periodicals such as Area Trends in Employment and Unemployment available by subscription through the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402. Information about publications may be obtained from the Administration's Information Office. Phone, 202-219-6871.

The Office of Labor-Management Standards publishes the text of the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act (29 U.S.C. 401) and pamphlets that explain the reporting, election, bonding, and trusteeship provisions of the act. The pamphlets and reporting forms used by persons covered by the act are available free in limited quantities from the OLMS National Office at Room N-5616, 200 Constitution Avenue NW., Washington,

DC 20210, and from OLMS field offices listed in the telephone directory under United States Government, Department of Labor.

The Pension and Welfare Benefits Administration distributes fact sheets, pamphlets, and booklets on employer obligations and employee rights under ERISA. A list of publications is available by writing: PWBA, Division of Public Information, Room N-5666, 200 Constitution Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20210. Phone, 202-219-8921.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics has an Information Office in the General Accounting Office Building, 441 G Street NW., Washington, DC 20212, phone, 202-219-1221. Periodicals include the Monthly Labor Review, Consumer Price Index, Producer Prices and Price Indexes, Employment and Earnings, Current Wage Developments, Occupational Outlook Handbook, and Occupational Outlook Quarterly. Publications are both free and for sale, but for-sale items must be obtained from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office. Inquiries may be directed to the Washington Information Office or to the Bureau's regional offices.

Publications of the Employment Standards Administration, such as Handy Reference Guide to the Fair Labor Standards Act, and OFCCP, Making Affirmative Action Work, are available from the nearest area office. Single copies are free. Reading Rooms Department of Labor Library, Room N2439, Frances Perkins Building, 200 Constitution Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20210. Phone, 202219-6988.

The Office of Labor-Management Standards maintains a Public Disclosure Room at Room N-5616, 200 Constitution Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20210. Reports filed under the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act may be examined there and purchased for 15 cents per page. Reports also may be obtained by calling the Public Disclosure Room at 202-2197393, or by contacting an Office field office listed in the telephone directory under United States Government, Department of Labor.

The Pension and Welfare Benefits Administration maintains a Public Disclosure Room at Room N-5507, 200

Constitution Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20210. Reports filed under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act may be examined there and purchased for 10 cents per page or by calling the Public Disclosure Room at 202-219-8771.

For further information concerning the Department of Labor, contact the Office of Public Affairs, Department of Labor, Room S-1032, 200 Constitution Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20210. Phone, 202219_7316

DEPARTMENT OF STATE 2201 C Street NW., Washington, DC 20520 Phone, 202-647-4000

WARREN M. CHRISTOPHER
THOMAS E. DONILON
ROBERT BRADTKE
WILLIAM J. BURNS

DEIDRE A. DAVIS

MOLLY M. RAISER
JAMES OLDHAM
CATHERINE W. BROWN
STROBE TALBOTT
PETER TARNOFF
JOAN E. SPERO

TIMOTHY E. WIRTH LYNN E. DAVIS

SECRETARY OF STATE

Chief of Staff
Executive Assistant to the Secretary
Special Assistant to the Secretary and

Executive Secretary of the Department Deputy Assistant Secretary for Equal

Employment Opportunity and Civil

Rights
Chief of Protocol
Chairman, Foreign Service Grievance Board
Civil Service Ombudsman
Deputy Secretary of State
Under Secretary for Political Affairs
Under Secretary for Economic and

Agricultural Affairs
Under Secretary for Global Affairs
Under Secretary for Arms Control and

International Security Affairs
Under Secretary for Management
Assistant Secretary for Administration
Assistant Secretary for Consular Affairs
Assistant Secretary for Diplomatic Security
Chief Financial Officer
Director General of the Foreign Service and

Director of Personnel
Medical Director, Department of State and

the Foreign Service
Executive Secretary, Board of the Foreign

Service Director of the Foreign Service Institute Director, Office of Foreign Missions Assistant Secretary for Population, Refugee,

and Migration Affairs Inspector General Director, Policy Planning Staff Assistant Secretary for Legislative Affairs Assistant Secretary for Democracy, Human

Rights, and Labor
Legal Advisor
Assistant Secretary for African Affairs
Assistant Secretary for East Asian and Pacific

Affairs
Assistant Secretary for European and

Canadian Affairs
Assistant Secretary for Inter-American Affairs

RICHARD M. MOOSE
PATRICK F. KENNEDY
MARY A. RYAN
ERIC JAMES BOSWELL
RICHARD L. GREENE
ANTHONY C.E. QUAINTON

ELMER F. RIGAMER, M.D.

LEWIS A. LUKENS

TERESITA C. SCHAEFFER ERIC JAMES BOSWELL PHYLLIS E. OAKLEY

JACQUELINE L. WILLIAMS-BRIDGER
JAMES B. STEINBERG
BARBARA LARKIN
JOHN SHATTUCK

CONRAD K. HARPER GEORGE MOOSE WINSTON LORD

JOHN KORNBLUM

ANNE PATTERSON, Acting

HARRIET C. BABBITT

ROBERT H. PELLETREAU
ROBIN L. RAPHEL
DANIEL K. TARULLO

TOBY TRISTER GATI

GEORGE WARD, Acting

Permanent Representative of the United

States of America to the Organization of

American States
Assistant Secretary for Near Eastern Affairs
Assistant Secretary for South Asian Affairs
Assistant Secretary for Economic and

Business Affairs
Assistant Secretary for Intelligence and

Research
Assistant Secretary for International

Organization Affairs
Assistant Secretary for Oceans and

International Environmental and

Scientific Affairs
Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs
Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Politico-

Military Affairs
Assistant Secretary for International

Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs
U.S. Coordinator, International

Communications and Information Policy

EILEEN CLAUSSEN

THOMAS E. DONILON
THOMAS E. MCNAMARA

ROBERT S. GELBARD

VONYA B. MCCANN

United States Mission to the United Nations

799 United Nations Plaza, New York, NY 10017

United States Representative to the United MADELEINE K. ALBRIGHT

Nations and Representative in the Security

Council
Deputy United States Representative to the EDWARD GNEHM, JR.

United Nations
United States Representative for Special KARL F. INDERFURTH

Political Affairs in the United Nations
United States Representative on the

VICTOR MARRERO
Economic and Social Council
United States Representative for U.N.

(VACANCY) Management and Reform (For the Department of State statement of organization, see the Code of Federal Regulations, Title 22, Part 5]

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