NOMINATIONS APPLIED TO THE SENATE:
Jessica D. But of Virginia, who will serve as the US Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia for four years, resigned.
Nicole L. Angarella of Virginia who is United States Agency for International Development’s Inspector General, Vice Ann Calvaresi Barr, resigned.
Samuel R. Bagenstos of Michigan becomes General Counsel of the Department of Health and Human Services, Deputy Robert Charrow.
Alexandra Baker of New Jersey, Assistant Under-Secretary of State, Vice James H. Anderson, resigned.
Jainey Kumar Bavishi of New York will become Deputy Secretary of Commerce for Oceans and Atmosphere, and Deputy Timothy Gallaudet.
Sarah H. Cleveland of New York, State Department Legal Adviser, Vice Jennifer Gillian Newstead, resigned.
John Patrick Coffey of New York becomes General Counsel of the Department of the Navy, Vice Robert John Sander.
Chester John Culver of Iowa joins the board of directors of the Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corporation, Myles J. Watts’s assistant.
Melissa Griffin Dalton of Virginia becomes Assistant Secretary of Defense, Assistant Kenneth P. Rapuano.
Carla B. Freedman of New York will serve as US Attorney for the Northern District of New York for four years. Vice Richard S. Hartunian resigned.
David R. Gilmour of the District of Columbia, a Senior Foreign Service, Class of Minister-Advisor career member, becomes Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States to the Republic of Equatorial Guinea.
Todd M. Harper of Virginia will serve on the National Credit Union Administration Board until April 10, 2027. (Reappointment)
Owen Edward Herrnstadt, Maryland, will serve on the Board of Directors of the United States’ Export-Import Bank for a term ending January 20, 2025, Vice Judith Delzoppo Pryor, term expired.
William J. Ihlenfeld, II, of West Virginia, will serve as US Attorney for the Northern District of West Virginia for four years. Vice-William J. Powell resigned.
Maria Fabiana Jorge of the District of Columbia becomes Assistant Director of the United States Inter-American Development Bank, Eliot Pedrosa.
Christopher R. Kavanaugh of Virginia will serve as US Attorney for the Western District of Virginia for a term of four years. Vice Thomas T. Cullen resigned.
Victoria Reggie Kennedy of Massachusetts becomes the United States Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Republic of Austria.
Alexia Marie Gabrielle Latortue of the District of Columbia becomes Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, while Vice Mitchell A. Silk.
Amy Loyd of New Mexico becomes Assistant Secretary for Careers, Technology, and Adult Education for the Department of Education, Assistant Scott Stump.
Darcie N. McElwee of Maine will serve as US Attorney for Maine for four years, with Vice Halsey B. Frank stepping down.
Scott Miller, Colorado, as Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to the Swiss Confederation and at the same time and without additional remuneration as Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to the Principality of Liechtenstein.
Brent Neiman of Illinois becomes Deputy Undersecretary of the Treasury, Vice Ramin Toloui.
Leopoldo Martinez Nucete of Virginia will serve as US Executive Director of the Inter-American Development Bank for a three-year term, and Deputy Eliot Pedrosa.
New Jersey-based Breon S. Peace, who will serve as the US Attorney for the Eastern District of New York for four years, resigned.
Marc R. Stanley of Texas becomes Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to the Argentine Republic.
William S. Thompson of West Virginia will serve as US Attorney for the Southern District of West Virginia for a period of four years. Vice Michael B. Stuart resigned.
Damian Williams of New York becomes US Attorney for the Southern District of New York for a term of four years, Vice Preset Bharara, term expired.
WITHDRAWAL TO THE SENATE:
Chester John Culver of Iowa joins the board of directors of the Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corporation, Vice Charles A. Stones, which was sent to the Senate on July 15, 2021.