Legislative Affairs

Legislative Affairs advises the Secretary on congressional relations matters in order to assist in the formulation of policy and determining the overall direction of the Department. The Office serves as the principal contact and coordinator for all Department interaction with the Congress and the Congressional Relations offices in the White House and other Departments and agencies.

MISSion

The mission of the office of Assistant Secretary for Legislative Affairs is to advise the Secretary on congressional relations matters in order to assist in the formulation of policy and determining the overall direction of the Department. The Office serves as the principal contact and coordinator for all Department interaction with the Congress and the Congressional Relations offices in the White House and other Departments and agencies.

The Office develops strategies to implement legislative initiatives, communicates Treasury’s positions to the Congress, and keeps the Department informed of Congressional objectives, concerns, activities, and interests. In addition, the Office responds directly to Congressional inquiries and facilitates replies from other offices in the Department, monitors the flow of Congressional correspondence to ensure accurate and prompt response, coordinates Departmental testimony before Congressional Committees and advises the Department on Congressional concerns during policy formation.

resources

Office of International Affairs Reports to Congress on IMF Activities

Office of International Affairs Reports to Congress on the Economic Stabilization Fund

Office of International Affairs Reports to Congress on Multilateral Development Institutions

Office of International Affairs Reports to Congress on the Semiannual Report on International Economic and Exchange Rate Policies

Office of Foreign Assets Control Reports to Congress on the Trade Sanctions Reform and Export Enhancement Act of 2000 (TSRA)

Office of Domestic Finance Reports to Congress on Use and Counterfeiting of U.S. Currency Abroad

Office of Tax Policy Reports to Congress on Mandated Studies

contacts

If you are not a Member of Congress or their staff, please call 202-622-2000.

The Office of Legislative Affairs welcomes inquiries from Members of Congress and their staff. In order to facilitate a timely response to your inquiry, please email or fax the inquiry as directed below. If necessary, you may also mail a letter to the address provided. Please be aware that a letter sent via mail may arrive later than one transmitted through other means.

Fax: 202-622-0534
Email: LegAffairs@treasury.gov

To reach a Legislative Affairs representative, please call us at 202-622-1900

Inquiries can be mailed to the following address:
Room 3134
Office of Legislative Affairs
Department of Treasury
1500 Pennsylvania Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20220

 

Assistant Secretary for Legislative Affairs Drew Maloney
Senior Advisor Brady Howell
Special Advisor Brittany Carey
Executive Assistant Linda L. Powell
Deputy Assistant Secretary for Legislative Affairs
(Appropriations & Management)
Jennifer Debes Bang
Special Advisor
(Appropriations & Management)
Francisco Riojas
Deputy Assistant Secretary for Legislative Affairs
(Banking and Finance)
Vacant
Deputy Assistant Secretary for Legislative Affairs
(International Affairs)
Stephen Pavlick
Deputy Assistant Secretary for Legislative Affairs
(Tax and Budget)
Bradley Bailey
Deputy Assistant Secretary for Legislative Affairs
(Terrorism & Financial Intelligence)
Luke Ballman