Contact The Division

RFK Building

Before communicating with ENRD, please read the U.S. Department of Justice Privacy Policy for details about how we handle personal information.

By Mail

Correspondence to the Department of Justice, Environment and Natural Resources Division including the Assistant Attorney General, may be sent to:

U.S. Department of Justice
Environment and Natural Resources Division
Law and Policy Section
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.
Washington, DC 20530-0001

By Phone

Please call (202) 514-2701 to contact the ENRD Officials listed below:

Jeffrey B. Clark, Assistant Attorney General (AAG)
Jonathan D. Brightbill, Deputy Assistant Attorney General (DAAG)
Bruce S. Gelber, Deputy Assistant Attorney General (DAAG)
Eric Grant, Deputy Assistant Attorney General (DAAG)
Jean E. Williams, Deputy Assistant Attorney General (DAAG)
Justin D. Heminger, Chief of Staff and Counsel to the AAG

Andrew T. Collier, Executive Officer
Karen M. Wardzinski, Chief, Law and Policy Section
James C. Kilbourne, Chief, Appellate Section
Deborah L. Harris, Chief, Environmental Crimes Section
Letitia J. Grishaw, Chief, Environmental Defense Section
Thomas A. Mariani, Chief, Environmental Enforcement Section
S. Craig Alexander, Chief, Indian Resources Section
Andrew M. Goldfrank, Chief, Land Acquisition Section
Lisa L. Russell, Chief, Natural Resources Section
Seth M. Barsky, Chief, Wildlife and Marine Resources Section

By E-Mail

E-mails will be forwarded to the responsible individual within the component for appropriate handling. Please include your mailing address in the event that the Department replies via United States Postal Service.  Comments on proposed consent decrees should be submitted according to the directions in the pertinent Federal Register notice (and not to this email account).  This e-mail account is not available for service of official, case-related or legal documents, and is not monitored for such submissions or for other time-sensitive communications.  E-mails with attachments will be deleted because they may contain viruses.


Business Opportunities

DOJ posts its open market solicitations for requirements expected to be over $25,000 in value on the Federal Business Opportunities (FedBizOpps) web site. FedBizOpps (formerly called the Electronic Posting System or EPS) has been designated as the single source for federal government procurement opportunities that exceed $25,000, and provides the public with access to procurement notices, solicitations, drawings, and amendments. Vendors can browse the listings and can also register to receive automatic e-mail notification of business opportunities.


Updated March 6, 2019

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