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Biography

Bobby Fraser

Bobby Fraser serves as the Assistant to the Secretary and Director of the Office of Public Affairs. Previously, he served as a Senior Policy Advisor to the Secretary. He also led the Office of Communications at the Federal Aviation Administration and served as Director of Governmental, International, and Public Affairs for Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration. Mr. Fraser joined U.S. DOT in 2017 as a Senior Governmental Affairs Officer where he served as a liaison to U.S....

Tina M. Ro

Biography of Tina M. Ro, Deputy Assistant General Counsel for Legislation

Terence Carlson

Assistant General Counsel for General Law

Terence Carlson is the Assistant General Counsel for General Law and has served in this position since 2013. Mr. Carlson leads an office of 14 attorneys, and supervises and manages all legal matters related to many of the U.S. Department of Transportation's (DOT) administrative operations, including fiscal issues, procurement matters, financial assistance, innovative financing and public private partnerships, equal employment opportunity and...

Steven G. Bradbury

Steve Bradbury was sworn in on November 28, 2017, as the 23rd General Counsel of the U.S. Department of Transportation after his confirmation by the United States Senate. As the Department’s chief legal officer, Mr. Bradbury has the authority to resolve all legal questions concerning the Department’s policies and programs and its more than 55,000 employees and $79 billion budget.  Mr. Bradbury oversees the activities of the Department’s lawyers, safeguarding the integrity of the decision-...

James C. Owens

James C. Owens is Deputy General Counsel for the U.S. Department of Transportation.  Mr. Owens joined the Department in January 2017, and served as the Department’s Acting General Counsel between August and November 2017.In this position, Mr. Owens works closely with the General Counsel and the Department’s nearly 500 attorneys covering every mode of transportation.  Mr. Owens also coordinates with senior leaders and career experts on the Department’s regulatory reform efforts, which are...

Keith Washington

Keith Washington serves as the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Administration at the U.S. Department of Transportation. In this role, he provides leadership and oversight in the areas of human resources, security, acquisitions and grants, transportation and facilities, and space management. Prior to this role, he was the Director in the Departmental Office of Human Resource Management. In this key role, he was responsible for leading and evaluating Departmental human resource management...

Jack Albright

Associate CIO for IT Shared Services

Jack Albright is responsible for providing the full range of core departmental commodity IT business enabling capabilities including data center, network, help desk, Internet, email, desktop, mobile, server, storage, telecommunications, wireless, security, and cloud services through Infrastructure, Platform, and Software as a Service offerings.Jack joined OCIO as the Associate Chief Information Officer (ACIO) for IT Shared Services (ITSS) in...

Carlos Monje Jr.

Carlos Monje is Assistant Secretary for Transportation Policy. He manages and oversees the Office of Transportation Policy which is primarily responsible for recommending transportation policy initiatives to the Secretary, Deputy Secretary and Under Secretary.  The Office of Transportation Policy reviews proposed Departmental regulatory actions to ensure that regulations are as consistent as possible with the policies of the Administration and the Secretary.