Chief Of Staff And Special Advisors

The Assistant Attorney General is assisted by a Chief of Staff, who is responsible for managing the Office of the Assistant Attorney General. The Chief of Staff also advises the Assistant Attorney General on the formulation and implementation of highly sensitive antitrust policy issues of national economic importance, coordinates that policy with other Federal and State governmental agencies, and works with the AAG to prioritize enforcement and policy matters. The Assistant Attorney General also is advised by other chief counsel and senior advisors.

Current leadership:

Vacant, Chief of Staff

Vacant, Chief Counsel for Competition Policy and Intergovernmental Relations

Mark B. Tobey, Special Counsel for State Relations and Agriculture

Related pages:

Sections and Offices: Contains contact information for each section and field office.

Division Manual: Chapter 1, Organization and Functions of the Antitrust Division

Updated January 20, 2017