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QUASI-OFFICIAL AGENCIES

Note: This section contains organizations that are not Executive agencies under the definition in 5 U.S.C. 105 but that are required by statute to publish certain information on their programs and activities in the Federal Register.

LEGAL SERVICES CORPORATION
750 First Street NE., Washington, DC 20002–4250
Phone, 202-336-8800

President

ALEXANDER D. FORGER Vice President

MARTHA BERGMARK General Counsel and Corporate Secretary

VICTOR M. FORTUNO Comptroller/Treasurer

DAVID RICHARDSON
Director, Office of Program Evaluation,

JOHN TULL
Analysis and Review
Director, Office of Program Services

MERCERIA LUDGOOD
Inspector General

EDOUARD QUATREVAUX Director, Communications

(VACANCY) Director, Government Relations

GAIL LASTER (For the Legal Services Corporation statement of organization, see the Code of Federal Regulations, Title 45, Part 1601)

The Legal Services Corporation provides quality legal assistance for noncriminal proceedings to those who would otherwise be unable to afford such assistance.

The Legal Services Corporation is a five of the members first appointed as private, nonprofit organization

designated by the President at the time established by the Legal Services

of appointment-serve 2-year terms. The Corporation Act of 1974, as amended President of the Corporation, appointed (42 U.S.C. 2996), to provide financial by the Board of Directors, is the chief support for legal assistance in

executive officer and serves as an ex noncriminal proceedings to persons

officio Board member. financially unable to afford legal services.

The Corporation provides financial The Corporation is governed by an 11- assistance to qualified programs member Board of Directors, appointed furnishing legal assistance to eligible by the President with the advice and clients and makes grants to and contracts consent of the Senate. Each member with individuals, firms, corporations, and serves for a term of 3 years, except that organizations for the purpose of

providing legal assistance to these clients.

The Corporation establishes maximum income levels for clients based on family size, urban and rural differences, and cost-of-living variations. Using these maximum income levels and other

financial factors, the Corporation's recipient programs establish criteria to determine the eligibility of clients and priorities of service based on an appraisal of the legal needs of the eligible client community.

For further information, contact the Office of Communications, Legal Services Corporation, 750 First Street NE., Washington, DC 20002– 250. Phone, 202-336-8800.

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I. MICHAEL HEYMAN
THOMAS D. BLAIR
L. CAROLE WHARTON

THOMAS E. LOVEJOY

MARC PACHTER

Officials:
The Secretary

The Inspector General
Director, Office of Planning, Management

and Budget
Counselor to the Secretary for Biodiversity

and Environmental Affairs Counselor to the Secretary for Electronic

Communications and Special Projects Counselor to the Secretary for Latino Affairs Executive Assistant to the Secretary

Executive Secretary to the Secretary
Under Secretary

General Counsel
Director, Office of Government Relations
Director, Office of Communications
Director, Office of Information Technology
Senior Information Officer
Senior Business Officer

MIGUEL BRETOS
JAMES M. HOBBINS
BARBARA CEDERBORG
CONSTANCE NEWMAN
JOHN E. HUERTA
M. JOHN BERRY
DAVID J. UMANSKY
VINCENT MARCALUS
ARTHUR LEE DENNY
ROLAND BASCHER, Acting

ALICE GREEN BURNETTE

MARIE MATTSON NICOLE L. KRAKORA

(VACANCY)

CAROLYN JONES RICK JOHNSON ARDELLE FOSS ERA MARSHALL

SUSAN ROEHMER
JAMES H. WALLACE, JR.

JOHN W. COBERT

PATRICK J. MILLER
MICHAEL J. SOFIELD, Acting
WILLIAM F. BILLINGSLEY

SUDEEP ANAND
LESLIE CASSON
J. DENNIS O'CONNOR
STEVEN NEWSOME
RICHARD WATTENMAKER
DIANNE PILGRIM

Assistant Secretary for Institutional

Advancement
Director, Office of Development
Director, Office of Special Events and

Conference Services
Assistant Secretary for Finance and

Administration Senior Administrative Services Officer Deputy Assistant Secretary for Finance Director, Office of Sponsored Projects Director, Office of Equal Employment and

Minority Affairs Director, Office of Human Resources Director, Office of Printing and Photographic

Services
Director, Office of Contracting and Property

Management
Director, Office of Physical Plant
Director, Office of Protection Services
Director, Office of Environmental

Management and Safety
Treasurer

Comptroller
Provost

Director, Anacostia Museum
Director, Archives of American Art
Director, Cooper-Hewitt, National Design

Museum
Director, Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M.

Sackler Gallery Director, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture

Garden Director, National Air and Space Museum Director, National Museum of African Art Director, National Museum of American Art Curator in Charge, Renwick Gallery Director, National Museum of American

History
Director, National Museum of the American

Indian
Director, National Campaign for NMAI
Director, National Museum of Natural

History
Director, National Portrait Gallery
Director, National Postal Museum
Director, National Zoo
Director, Office of Exhibits Central
Director, Center for Museum Studies
Director, Smithsonian Institution Traveling

Exhibition Service
Director, Institutional Studies Office
Editor, Joseph Henry Papers Project
Director, Office of Fellowships and Grants
Director, Smithsonian Environmental

Research Center

MILO C. BEACH

JAMES T. DEMETRION

ROBERT HOFFMANN, Acting
(VACANCY)
ELIZABETH BROUN
KENNETH R. TRAPP
SPENCER CREW

W. RICHARD WEST, JR.

JOHN L. COLONGHI ROBERT W. FRI

ALAN M. FERN
JAMES BRUNS
MICHAEL ROBINSON
MICHAEL HEADLEY, Acting
Rex ELLIS
ANNA R. COHN

ZAHAVA DOERING MARC ROTHENBERG ROBERTA RUBINOFF DAVID L. CORRELL

IRWIN I. SHAPIRO

IRA RUBINOFF

LAMBERTUS VAN ZELST
BARBARA SMITH
VINCENT WILCOX
JOAN ZAVALA

JUDITH GRADWOHL
ETHEL W. HEDLIN
ANN BAY

RICHARD KURIN

DOUGLAS LAPP
MARSHALL WONG

Director, Smithsonian Astrophysical

Observatory
Director, Smithsonian Tropical Research

Institute
Director, Conservation Analytical Laboratory
· Director, Smithsonian Institution Libraries
Director, Museum Support Center
Coordinator, International Environmental

Science Program
Director, Environmental Awareness Program
Director, Smithsonian Institution Archives
Director, Office of Elementary and

Secondary Education
Director, Center for Folklife Programs and

Cultural Studies
Director, National Science Resources Center
Director, Wider Audience Development

Program
Director, Office of International Relations
Director, Office of Telecommunications
Director, Smithsonian Institution Press
Editor, Smithsonian Magazine
Publisher, Smithsonian Magazine

Director, The Smithsonian Associates
The John F. Kennedy Center for the

Performing Arts
Chairman

President
National Gallery of Art
President
Director
Woodrow Wilson International Center for

Scholars 1
Director

Deputy Director
Deputy Director for Planning and

Management
Chairman, Board of Trustees

FRANCINE BERKOWITZ
PAUL B. JOHNSON
DANIEL GOODWIN, Acting
DON MOSER
RONALD WALKER
MARA MAYOR

JAMES A. JOHNSON
LAWRENCE J. WILKER

ROBERT H. SMITH
EARL A. POWELL III

CHARLES BLITZER
SAMUEL WELLS
DEAN W. ANDERSON

JOSEPH H. FLOM

One hundred fifty years old, the Smithsonian Institution is an independent trust instrumentality of the United States that fosters the increase and diffusion of knowledge. The world's largest museum complex, the Smithsonian includes 16 museums and galleries, the National Zoo, and research facilities in several States and the Republic of Panama. The Smithsonian holds more than 140 million artifacts and specimens in its trust for the American people. The Institution, a respected center for research, is dedicated to public education, national service, and scholarship in the arts, sciences, and history.

The Smithsonian Institution was created by act of August 10, 1846 (20 U.S.C. 41 et seq.), to carry out the terms of the will

of British scientist James Smithson, who in 1826 had bequeathed his entire estate to the United States "to found at

Administered under a separate Board of Trustees.

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