John Fonville, Administrative Officer
The mission of the Administrative Division is to provide consistent and effective administrative services and support to the employees and programs of the United States Attorney's Office.
The Administrative Division is responsible for planning and executing a comprehensive range of administrative services that support the mission of the United States Attorney's Office. The Division is managed by the Administrative Officer, who is the principal advisor to the United States Attorney and the District on administrative matters. The Administrative Officer provides guidance on the management and use of the District's physical, financial and human resources and on administrative policies, procedures, and practices. Administrative programs include: human resources; financial management; space and facilities; systems and information technology; case files, records and docketing; telecommunication services; procurement; security services; and mail.
Robert Daley, Chief
The Appellate, Asset Forfeiture and Financial Litigation Division represents the interests of the federal government in a wide variety of areas, including the handling of appeals from district court, the forfeiture of assets obtained by criminals and the collection of debts owed to victims of crime and the federal government.
Barbara Bowens, Chief
Assistant U.S. Attorneys in the Civil Division of the United States Attorney's Office represent the interests of the federal government in all civil litigation involving the United States, its departments and agencies and federal employees in the District of South Carolina. Civil cases represent a significant portion of the caseload of the office of the United States Attorney and cover a broad and diverse subject matter.
Nancy Wicker, Chief
The Criminal Division of the U. S. Attorney's Office is the largest of the Office's divisions. Over fifty personnel are assigned to the Criminal Division.